|[AMRadio] Lettering or decal for BC 610|
kc7hkp at comcast.net
kc7hkp at comcast.net
Mon Dec 11 08:56:06 EST 2006
What is P touch, Never heard of that , I know of dry labels
14801 NE 20th Circle
Vancouver, Wa. 98684
kc7hkp at arrl.net
-------------- Original message --------------
From: Brett gazdzinski <brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com>
> I like a P touch using clear tape with white letters.
> You can print out whole words or multi words, in many different
> fonts and sizes, and just stick it on.
> You can trim the tape so its no bigger then the letters...
> I used to use daytak dry transfers then clear coat, but they got
> old and would not stick anymore.
> I eliminate the clear coat, and can peel off the P touch
> labels if I need to....
> I also use it to label the chassis, on things like connections,
> tube sockets, etc.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
> > [mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Bill Fondren
> > Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2006 8:49 AM
> > To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
> > Subject: [AMRadio] Lettering or decals for BC 610
> > I think I sent this question to the wrong email address No
> > telling where it went Anyway I will send it again. I
> > just got an old BC 610 on the air. I need to paint the unit
> > No problem with painting it, but what is the best way to
> > get the lettering or decals on the front panel. I went to
> > our local sign shop and the lady warned me that the computer
> > cut letters that small would not be to good. She tried and
> > she was correct. She said she could have the letters printed
> > on a clear stickon sheet, something like stotch tape I guess.
> > Has anyone tried any of the decal kits available on the
> > internet. Found some kits that are called water slide decals,
> > but white letters take a special kit. Hope some one out
> > there has a good solution
> > Bill K5PML
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