Very non-PIC - Prototype panel labeling
Martin R. Green email (remove spam text)
Sure, what you need is an instant drying pen like those used by
photographers to write on the front of photo's. You can always check
a photo store, but I have been using a common office waterproof pen
lately with great results on all surfaces. Try the Staedler LumoColor
AV permanent pens. These are designed for overhead projectors. There
are similar non-permanent pens available from Staedler, so be sure you
get the right ones. The giveaway is the words "Permanent" and
"Waterproof" and the Staedler number 313. I usually use the S size,
but you can get them in several tip sizes. Start with the S though, I
think it is your best bet. My local Office Depot and Grand & Toy
stores carry them individually and in packs of four colours (black,
red, blue and green).
Incidentally, I suspect this pen would make a good etchant resist too
for those interested in plotting PCB pattern directly to copper.
Good luck - Martin.
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