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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Mskimmy1, May 3, 2011.

  1. Mskimmy1

    Mskimmy1 New Member

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    I am new to sign making. I have a Roland Gx 24 and i use it for small runs for T-Shirts. I have been asked to make some vinyl decorative wall lettering. I would like to know if I could use Heat Transfer Vinyl for the wall lettering. Or is There another type of Sign Vinyl that I should use?
    I basically need a quick how to course.

    Thanks in Advance for your Help:signs101:
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    Hello from Romania!

    For that kind of job you will need for sure another kind ot vinyl. What supplier do you have. Check their web site to see if they have some kind of vinyl to apply on walls. Heat transfer vinyl is good after you put heat above him(heat press) so the adhesive to be functional, but I think only on textiles.
     
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    Thank You, I use Imprintables Warehouse, I will check with Them.
     
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