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Grafix Ink Jet Film, 8-1/2-Inch by 11-Inch, 6-Pack, Clear
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- Personalized overlays, greeting cards and much more!
- Measures 8-1/2x11inches each.
- Instructions included!
- Six clear sheets of Ink Jet Film.
- Made in USA
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Ink Jet Film. Six sheets of Ink Jet Film. Computer printable transparent plastic sheets for personalized overlays in your scrapbooking; greeting card and paper craft projects. You can also trace; color; stamp; print; die-cut; punch; emboss; and paint. Instructions included! This package contains six 8-1/2 by 11-inch clear sheets. Made in USA.
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Inkjet printers used: HP Officejet 8620, Epson R2000, and Canon Pro-100. Note that both the Epson and Canon and professional grade photo printers that are capable of very high DPI. The ink just pooled and clumpted together Their expensive inks were handily bested by the output from the HP Officejet 8620.
Laser printer output was much smoother and did not show signs of ink clumping (since it was toner). However, the output was not consistent and some areas were darker than others. Kyocera 1370 and HP m601 laser printers were used. The HP Laserjet m601 had the best looking output of all of the printers used.
All in all, if you're just using this for crafts or window clings, it's probably fine to use. If you're trying to use this for projections or any sort of professional-looking enlargements, look elsewhere.
Most 'clear' adhesive papers reviewed complained about being foggy or hazy when affixed to colored surfaces.
I used jpg's with Open Office to adjust the size and make multiple graphics, which also had a 'Transparency' setting on paper type for my Kodak All-in-One printer. I had one problem in that my printer fed the transparent sheet but came back with an 'Edge Not Detected' error after feeding it thru w/o printing on it. I had to tape a 3/4" of reg white paper along with the leading edge of the transparency (apparently optically detected, not the actual physical edge, as a black magic marker along the edge did not work) and then worked fine.
Allowed 1 hr to fully dry. To affix, I masked around the area of the decal position to be placed and sprayed with a Gloss Clear spray to give a sticky base for the 'decal.' Positioned, let dry, and lightly clear coated over to seal.
Worked great for a truly 'clear' decal.
One side of the transparence is slightly textured for the ink from the inkjet to stick.
I also used it on a laser printer and it worked about the same - the black was not solid.
Ended up burning through all six sheets on one screen print. I will probably go with standard laser transparencies next time since they are a lot cheaper. It just means that I will have to wait until I get to work to print them instead of at home - boo.