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1999\08\25@224136 by D. F. Welch

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This question may be straying a bit but has the same goal.  Does anyone
know of a source of laser printable
metal foil label stock.

I have used printed metal foil labels on panels before &
would like to make my own.

Thanks for your help

-Dan - W6DFW

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At 02:03 PM 8/26/99 +1200, you wrote:
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-Dan
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1999\08\26@002749 by Terry

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You should take a look at the ALPS dye-sub printer, heaps of colors,
metallic foils, prints on paper and clear transparencies, 2400DPI and under
USD 500. Wished i could get one but they dun make them in 240VAC and ALPS
has told me flat out they won't sell. Sigh....


Terry


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1999\08\26@210142 by Anne Ogborn

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Terry wrote:
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> You should take a look at the ALPS dye-sub printer, heaps of colors,
> metallic foils, prints on paper and clear transparencies, 2400DPI and under
> USD 500. Wished i could get one but they dun make them in 240VAC and ALPS
> has told me flat out they won't sell. Sigh....
>
> Terry
>

I have one. It's wonderful.

Consider buying a 110VAC version and a transformer intended for US
tourists in Europe. They are inexpensive and widely available here.


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Anniepoo
Need loco motors?
http://www.idiom.com/~anniepoo/depot/motors.html

1999\08\26@212433 by Terry

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At 06:00 PM 8/26/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Terry wrote:
>>
>> You should take a look at the ALPS dye-sub printer, heaps of colors,
>> metallic foils, prints on paper and clear transparencies, 2400DPI and under
>> USD 500. Wished i could get one but they dun make them in 240VAC and ALPS
>> has told me flat out they won't sell. Sigh....
>>
>> Terry
>>
>
>I have one. It's wonderful.
>


Annie...... ARGH!!! dun rub it in.... *groan*


>Consider buying a 110VAC version and a transformer intended for US
>tourists in Europe. They are inexpensive and widely available here.

No servicing or warranty and the shipping was quoted at over 100 USD!!


Terry


>Anniepoo
>Need loco motors?
>http://www.idiom.com/~anniepoo/depot/motors.html
>

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