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Thread: Very non-PIC - Prototype panel labeling
picon face BY : wwl@netcomuk.co.uk

On Wed, 25 Mar 1998 16:37:13 EST, you wrote:

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One very cheap and quick method I sometimes use is to laser print on
plain  A4 laser labels, stick it to the panel, and then cover with the
clear sticky plastic film used for covering books. Holes can be easily
cut out with a scalpel, either after sticking to the (pre-drilled)
panel or beforehand if they are marked on the label. This gives a very
durable and quite reasonable looking label for very little effort.  
You just need to be careful to avoid bubbles under the film.
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