I'm a bit confused..
Scotty, you are in fact using toner transfer method for creating pcb etching copper, isn't it?
I mean, is that on your photo copper?
Because what I'd like to do is screen print over the solder mask on the pcb, to reference components with labels, with (usually) white ink.
Here is an example:http://www.pcbfabrication.com/PCB-fabrication/PCB-fabrication-Images/PCB_silkscreen.jpg
So, my steps would be:
-etch the copper board with UV and transparencies masks, etching the photoresist and then the copper with ferric chloride
-apply a layer of solder resist mask (UV curable solder resist mask for pcb repairing, http://dangerousprototypes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2383
-finally, and that's what I'm searching for, apply the silkscreen layer, the labels for the components on the board, as the image in the link above.
I think that there exists some kind of ink which is UV curable, ie after have the ink applied on the board let it expose under UV light with a mask printed
on a transparency and then wash out the exceeding ink..
the same procedure of UV solder mask, but I can't find that ink!
If I misunderstood what we were talking about, my apologies!