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Thread: "Neat" Panels?
face BY : Andy Kunz email (remove spam text)

>Following on from that thread about
>stick-on PCB patterns, has anyone
>got ideas about producing "neat"
>looking front panels for project
>boxes. You used to be able to get a

I use cut vinyl.  I have a Roland Stika cutter for this.

Works great for my logo and such.  I still use rub-ons for labeling buttons.

FWIW, you can sand/glass blast a polished sheet using the vinyl as a
"resist" to get a really cool-looking custom panel.


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