How can we imprint a logo from a paper to another?

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Offline The Scientist

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I do understand that my question may cause confusion. What I meant was how do you, without damaging the original copy, imprint a logo onto another piece of paper. From one paper to another. The logo would be firstly chopped on ink from one stamp onto the paper itself. SO how do you use the original and transfer to another?
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How can we imprint a logo from a paper to another?
« Reply #1 on: 04/10/2010 13:33:38 »
Solvent ... http://www.ehow.com/how_5936538_use-xylene-transfer-photocopied-images.html

The solvent permits the photocopy ink to bleed from paper to paper (or paper to canvas/wood/etc).

... without damaging the original copy, imprint a logo onto another piece of paper. From one paper to another.

The "original" printed material (photocopy) would be damaged by this transfer, (one-time use I suspect).
« Last Edit: 04/10/2010 13:42:05 by RD »

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How can we imprint a logo from a paper to another?
« Reply #2 on: 04/10/2010 17:08:09 »
I do understand that my question may cause confusion. What I meant was how do you, without damaging the original copy, imprint a logo onto another piece of paper. From one paper to another. The logo would be firstly chopped on ink from one stamp onto the paper itself. SO how do you use the original and transfer to another?

I hope you're not thinking of doing anything dodgy.
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« Reply #3 on: 04/10/2010 18:42:04 »
I hope you're not thinking of doing anything dodgy.

I doubt anyone will accept a back-to-front banknote: transfer printing reverses the image.

« Last Edit: 04/10/2010 18:44:51 by RD »

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« Reply #4 on: 05/10/2010 06:57:31 »
I do understand that my question may cause confusion. What I meant was how do you, without damaging the original copy, imprint a logo onto another piece of paper. From one paper to another. The logo would be firstly chopped on ink from one stamp onto the paper itself. SO how do you use the original and transfer to another?

I hope you're not thinking of doing anything dodgy.

Nope, Geezer, thats just one of the questions I wanted to ask.
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