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Thread: Very non-PIC - Prototype panel labeling
picon face BY : Harold Hallikainen email (remove spam text)

       We've been experimenting with various methods of labeling
prototype front panels.  The latest trick is use iron-on transfers run
thru an ink jet printer.  It's a bit tricky, but it works.
       I'm wondering, however, about using a flat bed plotter to print
such panels.  I've got this Houston Instruments DMP-29 plotter (from way
before I generated Gerber files for PCBs).  Anyone have any ideas about
pens that could be used in that to write on aluminum panels?



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