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Plant label printing - laser toner?

  • Subject: Plant label printing - laser toner?
  • From: HMinnesota@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 12:19:39 EDT

I have used a Brothers printer for years.  I need to switch to 11x7" or 7x 5" 
signs now.  I am looking at various printing technologies.

How is laser toner holding up if printed on plastic?  

Does it fade fast in the sun?

How does it hold up with rain?

Do you spray something over the top of it?

What type of plastic do you like best to print on?

Thermal is so expensive - $3000 for a printer.  Would like to use laser if it 
at all durable.

How about the element resistant black ink pens?  Do they really resist fading 
like they say?

Help appreciated - thanks in advance.

Thomas S. Carlson   
19 Mid Oaks Road
Roseville, MN   USA    55113

Phone: 651-646-1514
Cell:  651-398-8958
FAX: 651-646-1796
Email:  HMinnesota@aol.com

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