- JPotter - Bits77United States
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Laziest way to make perfectly consistent tiles with printed on graphics is ....
1. Print those graphics on full-sheet labels.
2. Apply those labels to your substrate of choice
3. Slice it up on a laser cutter.
Obviously registration is very important, but once you get the hang of it, it's no problem.
Don't the edges get singed? Not really at all, that's only a problem on the back side (side resting on the grid), and that can be minimized by laying paper under your material.
Don't the label / graphics peel off? Surprisingly, no. Bits made a year ago that I haven't bothered to seal are fine. But ones that are meant for use I spray with a clear sealer.
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