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Dry Transfer

Page history last edited by Chris McCaslin 11 years, 2 months ago

Date: 11:29 PM GMT, 08/15/2006

From: Fred Bould

 

hi all,

 

well, here is the compilation for the dry transfers. i will refrain from calling them "rub-downs" as that got a few of you a little excited last time. but, would you rather get a "dry transfer" or a "rub-down"?

 

http://www.pinkscolor.com/   (pinks appears to have gone out of business in 2009 or 2010)

http://www.colorvu.com

http://www.slickpromotions.com

http://www.ambientgraphics.net/

 

i ended going with slick promotions. they were extremely prompt and professional and my model maker said they were very high quality and that they went down very nicely.

 

cheers,

 

fred

 

Comments (1)

Robert Garrett said

at 5:00 pm on Nov 30, 2010

I second the Slick Promotions recommendation. Bob will worked with me, printing several samples before we determined the proper combo of materials and printing techniques. Here's his direct contact info: Bob (mail@slickpromotions.com) (215) 394-5079

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