Re: [mill_drill] updated article: Laser Printing to Clean,Smooth Surfaces
- Goran,I found that the toner was too delicate to hold up to much etching. A photo sensitive resist would work better.
On Aug 30, 2011, at 5:00 PM, Goran Hosinsky <ea8yu@...> wrote:Rick,
Could the negative - heat on method be used to etch text into brass?
On 2011-08-30 21:18, Rick Sparber wrote:Bruce,It does seem similar except that Parchment paper costs about $3 for 30 square feet and their kit costs $90.
On Aug 30, 2011, at 3:19 PM, Bruce Fairman <baf@...> wrote:
Rick, here is a product that does what you are doing.
On 2011 Aug, 18, at 16:52, RG Sparber wrote:
I have added a procedure that uses clear enamel spray as both the glue and cover for the toner. The advantage is that you get a nice clear image. The disadvantage is that the process has a bit of “art” in it and takes a certain feel to get the enamel on the surface right.
If you are interested, please see
Your comments and questions are welcome. All of us are smarter than anyone of us.