Re: Change Request.
Mike Besemer - WM4B
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“One way to use it to label a front panel would be to make a vinyl covering for the entire panel, cutting out the labels and holes for controls.”
That was my method, but I only cut out the lettering for the labels. The holes were formed with the tip of a hot soldering iron.
From: QRPLabs@groups.io [mailto:QRPLabs@groups.io] On Behalf Of Shirley Dulcey KE1L
It's a computer-controlled cutting device. The fancy model will cut a large variety of soft materials, including basswood and leather. Not metal, though.
One way to use it to label a front panel would be to make a vinyl covering for the entire panel, cutting out the labels and holes for controls.
It's also possible to put in a marker rather than a cutting tool. It might be possible to label a front panel by using the market to write on it. I make no promises about how well or badly that would work; the markers might not be designed to stick well to front panel materials.
On Tue, Jul 7, 2020 at 6:58 PM N3MNT <bob@...> wrote: