I think you mean to burn schematics and info in files
onto the CD to be read by computer later. Removing the
dial and reassembling to get that info might not be
very practical. The data system on the CD might also
be compromised from its use as a dial. On the other
hand, what is there to lose but a few minutes of time.
If the CD is not physically altered it might work.
Once upon a time I had a Hammarlund HQ145X. The dials
had a clear overlay in from of them with the cursor
etched into it. Part of calibation involved turning
that overlay which turned on the same axis as the
dial. That lined the cursor up with the calibration
point on the dial and then tuning to the desired
frequency was much easier. When we buy a package of
CD-Rs there is one or two clear spacers tha same size
as a CD. Those could be used for a calibration overlay
on a CD dial. I have several set aside to be used for
just that purpose.
--- "John Berry." <jbbr35487@...
> Hi All.Ref this a friend of mine had for Xmas a
> PRINTER that will
> print onto a special C.D in FULL color.Now if you
> could make up a
> template work with it in a photoshop program you
> could make a super
> dial in full color !!.Afterthought was depending how
> you fitted the
> C.D dial to the set you could Write the schematic
> and any other
> information on the set onto the C.D.Then your C.D
> dial would also have
> ALL the Gen,details on it.OR perhaps this is a step
> too far ???.John
> "In the interest of Regenerating radio's lost art of
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