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Iron on vinyl?

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by 68dodgeramman, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. 68dodgeramman

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    [FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif]I had a guy come to me the other day that has an antique snowmobile. He wants to have a cover made for it to match the original cover. So he asked me if I have vinyl that I can cut out the graphics and iron on. So my question is, Is there anything out there like that? You gotta understand I don't get this request everyday, lol. Or is there someone here that could do it if I sent the vector to them? Thanks for any info.[/FONT]
     
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    Like a termo-flex, stuff used on t-shirts? What is the cover made out of?
     
  3. 68dodgeramman

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    I was just coming back to add that it's made of canvass. Lol, Thanks Mosh.
     
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    We use the autographz system digital iron and media
     
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    Mosh is right, you need to heat press it. A household iron does not put down enough pressure or get to the right temp. Thermo-Flex is good stuff, but Tony is right too, Eco-Film from Imprintables is excellent, great hot peel, and nice hand.
     
  8. 68dodgeramman

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    Thanks for the replies guys. I really appreciate it. I'm gonna do some calling around on it tomorrow if I have time. Thanks again!
     
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