Your printer as a modeling tool

Thompson, Keith
June 1997
Model Railroader;June97, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p100
Offers advice on using computer printers in modeling railroads. Problems involved in using digital number boards; Ingredients for printer-made number boards; Use of phototypesetter outputs; Experiences in making decals with laser printers or single-color decal stock; Production time for printing; Scales used for printing model railroad layouts.


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