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Thread: producing front panels
face BY : David Covick email (remove spam text)

I've used PhotoEZ for panels.  You expose it just like a circuit board.


Works good for small needs and one should use their fine mesh screen for
best results.


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From: Gary Tompkins <KILLspamgary@spam@spam@spam@ATRBIOTECH.COM>
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Sent: Friday, July 14, 2000 6:12 AM
Subject: Re: [OT]: producing front panels

> I use silk screening to produce professional looking panels.
> Its really quite a simple and fast process, easy enough even for a "one of
> kind" application.
> Most local art and hobby supply will have everything you need to create
> screen and transfer the image. Total cost should be under $40~$50 US. This
> will provide you with enough materials do make several screen images or
> (100's) of copies of the same image.
> If anyone would like details on how to go about creating the screens, Just
> Ask. There's really no Voodoo involved and you don't need any special
> or equipment to accomplish the task.
> Gary
> {Original Message removed}
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