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Pimpashirt.com

Discussion in 'Printwear' started by Mike_Koval, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. Mike_Koval

    Mike_Koval Active Member

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    Pimpashirt.com is a new web site that I have been working on. This site is geared towards showcasing unique ways to decorate apparel using a vinyl cutter, heat press and heat applied vinyl. The site will showcase a new design every week, with pics as well as a video of it being made from start to finsih.
     
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  2. OADesign

    OADesign Active Member

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    nice!
    added to favorites
     
  3. omgsideburns

    omgsideburns Very Active Member

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    neat
     
  4. Sending any samples? I think we can push a few along with our other printwear lines. Colors on the puff? Do you have to put that border around it? Very cool!
     
  5. sarge

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    i am always getting jobs i outsource for shirts .. i put you in my favs as well
     
  6. Mike_Koval

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    Definitely samples available of the puff. The puff comes in white only, but it is printable on solvent printers to achieve any color you like.

    As far as the border, you can design it how ever you would like...we did something simple to show the reversed embossing.
     
  7. amp267

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    just wondering why you use the back part of the press, seems easier if you turn your shirt 180 to have the collar closer to you. or maybe im doing it wrong. just asking because ive always done it with the collar closer, seems alot easier to line up the shirt. let me know if im wrong
     
  8. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    That's SWEEEEEEET Mike . . . !
     
  9. steve b

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    Great job and nice video.....5 stars!

    steveb
     
  10. igneous

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    i'd kill all the wordpress stuf - favocon - footer - etc
     
  11. Mike_Koval

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  13. DOGraphics

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    :cool1:
     
  14. a-z signs

    a-z signs New Member

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    puff

    how and where to we get that puff stuff, that is way to cool.:Canada 2:
     
  15. a-z signs

    a-z signs New Member

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    what does the stuff feel like against the skin since it is done inside out
     
  16. Mike_Koval

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    It actually doesnt feel too bad at all. The puff has a pretty soft feel to it.
     
  17. Air Art Girl

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    Mike, those are great videos. I never thought about sealing twill with vinyl. I have used multi layer twill before but will have to try the vinyl and twill. Like my laser for twill cutting over the plotter, it seals the edges nice with the laser but guess that would not matter with the vinyl over lay. Thanks for the ideas and keep them coming.
     
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