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----- Original Message ----- From: Bruce Roorda <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Has anyone seen, heard of or developed label stock, laminating material or > techniques that might work? Weird ideas and suggestions are welcome. (If > it involves driving combines thru the printer, they are about 13 feet tall > after removing antennas.) None of the current Epsons are wide enough to print on the full combine...you'd have to remove the dashboard, etc., and run the parts through separately. You don't want to use paper, as it affects fading. As an alternative, you could just remove the print head, with the wires attached, hit 'print', and move the head back and forth over the part you want to print on. Start with 360 dpi, until you get used to it. Would you be interested in doing some ink testing on your combine? It would be nice to know which inks hold up best to motor oil spills, diesel, grease, and exhaust. Willhelm will be envious. 8^) Or, maybe you could laminate the labels between 2 thin Plexiglas sheets, seal the edges with acrylic or epoxy, and glue or screw them in place. Gary - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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