In a message on Mon, 1 Aug 2005 20:18:36 +1000, wrote :
"> Just wondering if anyone's tried it and how it went ..... I am tempted as I
"> have a hand pass option on one of my printers and it will accommodate up to
"> 600GSM paper, but I wanted to know if it is worth my trouble to try.
I sort of doubt it will work. Ink Jet printers use *water soluble*
inks. Styrene (and most plastics) don't take to water soluble paints so
it is doubtful that they will take to water soluble inks any better.
When I've needed something 'printed' (computer generated graphics) on a
model, I've printed it on paper (I used several different papers:
regular bond, photo-graphic, and 'sticky-back') and apply the paper to
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