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Re: Inkjet transparency alternatives

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  • Subject: Re: Inkjet transparency alternatives
  • From: Grace Taylor <gtay22@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2006 14:55:23 -0400
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I have used InkAid on non-woven fiber coated with two coats of gesso and two coats of InkAid Precoat, letting each coat dry overnight. Images were printed on this material through an Epson 4000. The images can be displayed as scrolls, or floated on a background and framed.
There is a lot of information about the product on inkaid1.com, and on Dorothy Krause's web site, dotkrause.com. Her site has one image that was printed on lead that was coated with InkAid and put it through her inkjet printer. Grace