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    Default DIY GID Inkjet Ink

    Haven't tried it, looks plausible.

    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/650603...g_printer_ink/

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    Default Re: DIY GID Inkjet Ink

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_McE View Post
    looks plausible.
    I don't think so. No GITD product that I'm aware of is soluble, and none is fine enough to be a "pigment based" ink.

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    Default Re: DIY GID Inkjet Ink

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_McE View Post
    I know this thread is ancient but i really need links about GID inks, the one here is useful but incomplete. it sorts of hang in the middle.. I dont know if its my internet connection but the vid wont play till the end..
    Last edited by carl20; 09-13-2011 at 06:03 PM.

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    Default Re: DIY GID Inkjet Ink

    Ask at the source...

    http://www.glowforum.com/index.php

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    Yes this has been tried many times and all that happens is the inkjet gets fouled up. The GITD particles are generally too large. The smallest particles in the 2-8um size might work but the glow would not last long so it would be pretty pointless.

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    Default Re: DIY GID Inkjet Ink

    Might be easier to print adhesive onto your paper and add a fine GID powder afterwards. Maybe even NOA could work if you could thin it with a solvent, print it, let the solvent evaporate, put your powder on, and expose it to UV to set it.

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