Perhaps I m missing what you need, but there are available 3D printers that can
handle that level of detail. That said - if you need very flat and thin
letters, it sounds more like you need to use CNC foil cutting, or lasercutting.
Hope this helps.
> Den 13. oktober 2016 klokken 21:45 skrev Sebastien Sterling
> Hey guys, I have some people on to me for a job, they need some 3d
> printing. They want to make a transparent book with 3d printed letters
> stuck on sheets of transparent plastic, the whole thing being half an A4
> sheet, I told them, to the best of my knoledge this is impossible, no
> commercially available printer can print something as intricate as half A4
> Still anyone else have any idea how this might be done ?
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