I have been using PnP for Ferric chloride etching with no problems.
It has been suggested that one can use overhead transparencies
successfully, which would be great as it would save my having to
drive a distance to Lazerquick to have photocoping done. I would be
able to use my own copier, or printer both of which use dry toner.
Several Orchidians have mentioned using 3M PP2500, PP2200 etc..
However, after checking with 3M, I learned that neither of these are
compatible with my Canon Copier and Hewlette Packard Laserjet
printer, and that I need to use the Universal type CG5000.
Now, my question is this. I understand that the CG5000 has a 100%
solvent free, water based coating. I wonder if this will hold up
when used with Ferric Chloride. I asked the people at 3M, and they
could not answer my question.
Have any of you Orchidians used a transparency that has a water