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#1 georgio

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Posted 28 July 2010 - 08:44 AM

I am trying to transfer my work to ceramic and I am using laser paper and a laser printer but when I put it in the kiln it all burns off,,,could it be that I am using the wrong toner cartridge in my printer ..please i need help

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Posted 28 July 2010 - 12:04 PM

Paul Andrew Wandless would be a great person to help you. He is the King of printing on clay! If you can, get a hold of his book to cover some of the technical aspects of the successfully printed image. You may be able to buy it with a discount through here if you are a member. Also on Amazon: Paul's book

I know the key is the iron in the printing ink. Also, how are you firing?
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#3 Stephen Robison

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 09:44 AM

Paul Andrew Wandless would be a great person to help you. He is the King of printing on clay! If you can, get a hold of his book to cover some of the technical aspects of the successfully printed image. You may be able to buy it with a discount through here if you are a member. Also on Amazon: Paul's book

I know the key is the iron in the printing ink. Also, how are you firing?


Great response. Iron is the key and I believe HP printers have the toners?
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