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I bought a label maker for $20 that came with a roll of label tape. It has lots of different fonts and borders and sizes and can do double line and vertical mode. I bought a black on clear tape roll for it as well. The supplied one is black type on white. The tape is vinyl and wears well. It works great.
73 Don ve3ids
On Mon., Jul. 6, 2020, 4:32 p.m. Bill Cromwell, <wrcromwell@...
That might help but you could always resort to a label making printer, a
pice of Dyno tape or even use a sharpie to mark it. Use transparent
scotch tape over a printed paper label. How many people are going to be
looking at the back?
bark less - wag more
On 7/6/20 4:03 PM, N3MNT wrote:
> On the surface this may seem like a senseless request, but as i get more
> and more QRP-Labs kits with QRP-Labs enclosures, I find it needed to add
> label for the power requirements so I don't accidentally supply an
> incorrect voltage. If any changes are made to back panels in the
> future, would it be possible to add the voltage for the power
> connector. I am so impressed by this kit that I hate to ask for any
> changes, but this should be an easy one if any future changes are made.