Hello Everyone, I discovered something today that may be of use to many of you. Your everyday glue stick adhesive can be disolved with denatured alcohol. I disolved it in enough alcohol to make a mixture capable of being sprayed with an airbrush. I proceeded to lightly coat a piece of low cost overhead film and let it dry. The film was then put in my Canon i560 printer and a suitable file output to it. To my amazement and complete suprise the print quality looked like it was on a plain paper surface (I am very used to seeing pools of beaded inkjet ink on experimental surfaces). The other benefit here is the ability to bond sheets together without much trouble. Coat one or both surfaces with the adhesive mixture and let them dry. Position the two surfaces together and iron both together at high heat. The glue will activate and both surfaces will be bonded inseparably together. How's that for 30 minutes of work? Best regards, Gil P.S. A light coat of clear acrylic spray was used to "fix" the ink. Also this could be used to make an iron on transfer with a suitable transfer base material.