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post #31 of 35

.The face plate of the amp below was made by iron transfer of the decal, I was surprised how easy it was and thought it worked pretty well ..dB

 

 

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Edited by dBel84 - 10/14/10 at 4:51am
post #32 of 35

I take it the toner wouldn't stick to aluminum faceplates?

 

Anyone know of a supplier that cuts copper to size for a faceplate?

post #33 of 35

There is a silk screening product that works like my photo etching process, that

is you make a transparency of what you want to print, expose the paper with

UV light...etc. Anyway, it and complete instructions are found here.

I have not tried it yet myself but it look perfect for screening you own boards

and face plates. Maybe you could even make etch resist patterns with it.

post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by regal View Post

I take it the toner wouldn't stick to aluminum faceplates?

 

Anyone know of a supplier that cuts copper to size for a faceplate?


 

yeah, but only here in OZ. I get all sorts of stuff there, main thing I get is copper foil and copper plate. A & E merchants 

post #35 of 35
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Originally Posted by dBel84 View Post

.The face plate of the amp below was made by iron transfer of the decal, I was surprised how easy it was and thought it worked pretty well ..dB

 

 

. cavallikumisa.jpg

 

 

 


That's awesome!  I love the border. 

 

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Originally Posted by regal View Post

I take it the toner wouldn't stick to aluminum faceplates?

 

Anyone know of a supplier that cuts copper to size for a faceplate?



I was thinking of these guys, myself--I'd order one of their "sample packs" too, to play around with before I messed up a $20-$50 piece of plate.  

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