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03/27/2005 08:13:00 PM · #1
I am wanting to print images and have them transfer eventually on to non paper (tho may be paper media to start with...) and non fabric - ie pottery. slate, marble...

Can anyone point me in a direction (ie web) as to where I might find options to pursue this direction, please.

Thanks, Graham
03/27/2005 10:58:44 PM · #2
Because I'm kind of curious too.
03/27/2005 11:04:27 PM · #3

I'm very interested, too. I've seen photos transferred to glass that were just...wow!


03/27/2005 11:20:31 PM · #4
.. guess few are heading in that direction... but Just in case there are others interested also..

appears to supply a "wet" transfer paper that you use in an injet printer..

Wet transfer paper for non-absorbent surfaces. The image is printed on an inkjet printer and the paper is sprayed or painted with lacquer or other clear coating (you supply). It is transferred by soaking the paper in water and floating the image onto glass, metal, plastic, etc.

Good luck.

03/27/2005 11:24:15 PM · #5
Try cruising the printer sections on the websites of the printer manufacturers (like canon, epson, hp etc).
Many of them offer "clubs", tutorials, forums, workshops, etc - all in an effort to promote their product, but you might find answers there.

Edited to turn grahamp's link into a clickable link:

Message edited by author 2005-03-27 23:27:18.
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