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    Jeffery Dale Welker
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    Re: My Set Up for Film Holder Labels

    Quote Originally Posted by LFLarry View Post
    What is the type of label you use for your holders? I assume you are printing this on a laser printer? Any special glue to affix the label to the holder?
    I use a Brother brand label maker. Their 6mm/0.23" TZ-Tape fits nearly perfectly on my Toyo film holders. Only minor trimming is needed. While each label stays affixed to the film holders and does not "peel-up" from use, the labels can be removed without too much trouble. This system works very well for me. I already had the label maker for labeling business files and adapted it for this purpose.
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    Re: My Set Up for Film Holder Labels

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Salomon View Post
    Well and good. But there is still no way with this system to know which sheet was shot in which side of which holder.
    True, but I have started doing 1 sheet at a time so I will know what came from where.

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    Re: My Set Up for Film Holder Labels

    This is what Iím putting on the first run of 4x5 ChromaGraphica Dry Plate Holders (this is the production test holder). These are simple adhesive labels that can be written on. The 5x7 and 8x10ís wonít have the labels. For subsequent production Iím thinking that a white, satin finish area for writing can be silkscreened on for all three sizes.



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