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Press Type or Dry Transfer lettering

Discussion in 'Screen Printing' started by depps74, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. depps74

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    Anyone out there know anythning about press type lettering, aka dry transfer?It is used when letters get to small for vinyl. Currently I use a vendor for it, but its way expensive and now proving to be more of a headache than an asset to outsource. Any information on this, whether it be materials needed, a class or workshop i can take or even if there is someone out there willing to teach me I am pretty desperate.

    thanks

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    d fleming Very Active Member

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    BIG EASY DOES IT Very Active Member

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    There are some threads as well as tons of youtube on "waterslide decals" It's a foil process but is as simple as a laminator and home printer with some foils you can buy online. Could be good for you.
     
  5. jfiscus

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    We print the little things that are un-weedable on our Gerber Edge for a local screen printer to use as a positive. (I think that is what you're looking for???)
     
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