There is adhesive paper made especially for printers that is similar to Contact paper but much more flexible and with much less tenacious adhesive. You can find it in packages at Office Depot and probably all other office supply stores. All I have seen is white. This would probably work. If anyone has a laser cutter he could print a whole page of different placards and adjust the device to cut only through the adhesive layer, not the backing. You could get hundreds of pre-printed placards this way.
From: Mark <prgm_mgr@...>
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 12:57 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: tank car placards for models
You could use a label and just not press it all the way home. On plastic it should not be a big problem, especially if you cut it a little larger than the placard holder so you can grab it with tweezers. If you are concerned, you could touch the label to a bit of glass first to take away some of the glue but I don't think that would be necessary.
I have used labels to put names, etc on plastic baseball helmets for my kids and they can be easily removed.
Has anyone ever seen any kind of "post it note material" for
consumer use that can be run thru a printer? I would have to have