Alan Cox wrote: > O> is photo printing. I get adequate results for everyday use using some special >> paper, but, it's not the same as a Canon Photo Printer, which can be stunning. > > I still have a photo printer for that one reason, but rarely use it. > >> But, you said something - I've never heard of printing on vinyl with a laser - >> could you expand on that? What are you printing? How can vinyl survive the >> heat? Details would be appreciated... > > You can get laser printable vinyls designed for the purpose. The process > is then something like > > laser print onto vinyl (with backing sheet) including alignment > marks > Feed resulting sheet into vinyl cutting machine > Tell machine to align to marks > Cut > Peel > Apply > > Custom printed decals of any shape and size you want. > > > Alan > That sounds like fun. A bit difficult if you don't have the vinyl cutting machine, but you run into the same problems with an ink jet. Now if only they made printable CD/DVDs that would work in a laser printer. :) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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