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Re: gold embossing



>Yup,
>
>You can get foils which you tape over your laser printed copy and then run
>through again like a blank page to fuse the gold to the toner. Paper Direct
>sells it. You can also get similar foils and a heated brayer to fuse them
>to the toner in better graphic arts supply houses. I'm not sure of the
>manufacturers. I believe Letraset is one of them.
>
>Peter
>
>They all work best with smoother papers, anything that toner bonds to well.
>
>Peter
>
>At 11:04 AM 7/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>Has anyone a method for gold embossing / entitling covers using the good
>>old computer?
>>
>>In lieu of limited, expensive lettering stamps... I have worked out a very
>>satisfactory way of gold lettering covers using the full typographic
>>flexibility of scalable fonts and font styles.
>>
>>If you are interested and would swamp methods and experience, drop me an
>>email with "lettering" in the subject and I'll have my Eudora send back my
>>little dissertation on gold lettering covers...
>>
>>Mark Malmros
>>Washington Crossing PA
>>
>>
>
>
>>>   Frauen, Scheckbuecher und Vergoldstempel sollte man nie   <<
>>>   ausleihen! F.A. Recht                                     <<
>
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