Re: Projector sheet
- From: DanS. <dslaugh@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2009 11:47:55 -0400
Leslie Danks wrote on 9/25/2009 at Friday in message <4abd3a86$0$1540$91cee783@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> this nonsense:
On Sep 25, 7:45 pm, Leslie Danks <leslie.da...@xxxxxx> wrote:Iain wrote:
What is the name for those see-through sheets one uses to superimpose
diagrams into projector images?
The transparent plastic sheets I have here, which are used for printing
images (laser printer or copier) for overhead projection are
called "transparencies" (according to what is written on the box).
What kind of plastic is it?
It doesn't say on the box. They're made by Xerox, labelled Type C and come
in a box of 100 A4 sheets. I assume that "P/N 003R96002" means Production
"A transparency is a thin sheet of transparent flexible material,
typically cellulose acetate, onto which figures can be drawn. These are
then placed on an overhead projector for display to an audience."
Then Mr. Peabody set the wayback machine for modern times.
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