For poor people who can only afford paper and not silk, a home brew silk screen can be inkjet printed onto paper and then glued onto a PCB. Component legs will be poked through the paper. So I have a PCB like:-
and want to add my paper screen like:-
The large multi pin package towards the middle is digital, clocked at 16MHz. There are also some analogue voltages about in the mV and kHz ranges.
Photo mount type stuff is my instinctive choice of glue, but might there be issues with capacitance /resistance? What type of adhesive might be suitable to glue the paper to the PCB? Is there an electronics glue?