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    I have an application where the perspex material might make sense.

     

    It is a build-to-print job that has a 17"x10" panel with test points, switches, etc and significant labeling.

     

    It is a rush job.

     

    I am thinking of using FrontPanelExpress to make a clear perspex overlay.

     

    That way I can cut the holes, make the labels and then mirror image the whole thing to put the engraving on the reverse side.

     

    Then use Spray Adhesive to adhere the label sheet to the panel.

     

    I suspect this is a typical application for FrontPanelExpress. However, I would like confirmation in case I am missing something.

     

    I also have some questions...

     

    1. Do you have a recommended adhesive?

     

    2. Is there a reason that a 16.5"x9.5" can't be 2mm thin?

    (Front Panel Designer would let me do it)

     

    Thank you in advance.

     

     

    Posted By: David Petticord on Jun 10, 2009 03:26AM Category: Production

    If you would like to mirror your image make sure you X-scaling is set at -1 and select the option to place on the reverse side

     

    1. Some possible adhesives you may want to look into is 3m80 and 3m77.

     

    2. The reason why the 16.5"x9.5" cant be to thin is because of stability deformation. Ideally 3mm more suitable for your application.

     

    Posted By: Leland Savage on Jun 12, 2009 08:50PM

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    If you would like to mirror your image make sure you X-scaling is set at -1 and select the option to place on the reverse side

     

    1. Some possible adhesives you may want to look into is 3m80 and 3m77.

     

    2. The reason why the 16.5"x9.5" cant be to thin is because of stability deformation. Ideally 3mm more suitable for your application.

     

    Posted By: Leland Savage on Jun 12, 2009 08:58PM

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