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Re: [BKARTS] metallic photocopies



An Omnicrom machine is the fuser part of a laser printer with out the laser.
Letraset did not want to have customers taping (with removable tape) a sheet
or partial sheet of Omnicrom film to the paper and running it thourgh the
laser printer a second time. I have the complete Omnicrom Package. Any other
questions or comments please contact me off list.

Larry Newman
Larry B. Newman Printing Co.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Alstrom" <eric.c.alstrom@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 12:15 PM
Subject: metallic photocopies

> I remember a product from several years ago which you could iron over a
> photocopy which would leave a metallic (or plain color) adhered to where
> there was any toner.  Doing a websearch, the only thing I came up with was
a
> product by Letraset called "Omnicrom,"
> <http://www.letraset.com/us/template3.asp?catid=104> but the description
> says it is to be used with an "Omnicrom Machine" (sounds very ominous,
> doesn't it?).  Does anyone know what Omnicrom is?  Or does anyone know
what
> other products can achieve this effect?
>
> Thanks for any leads,
> Eric
>
> ******************************
>  Eric Alstrom       Hanover, NH
>  Book: Artist | Binder | Conservator
>  bookbinder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  http://bookworks.tripod.com
> ******************************

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