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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Dec 2003
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    Default quality-heat transfers

    looking for someone who can do heat transfers with a little more creative edge then corporate company doing it now. If possible pricing stucture per color by volume and examples of work, much obliged

  2. #2

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    Man, we have heat transfer here at work but it's been nothing but a hassle, The ink never flows right, and we always have colors missing, because of ink flow problems with our sublimation printer. I would offer the services, but it doesn't look good right now. At this point I would call a good heat transfer an oxy-moron. It's just that much trouble. Sorry for the rant, and sorry I could not be of more assistance.

  3. #3

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    Screen printed heat transfers are a paint in the ass.

    You might want to try:

    Banged On (maybe spelt Bang'd On?!?) they specialize in that jazz...

  4. #4

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    Default banged on

    banged on is pulling a lot of porno sites, any other name might go by. thanks

  5. #5
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    Aug 2001
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    i'm doing screenprinted heat transfers, hot peel, 3 colours max, 4 if the registration isn't too too tight, spot colours only, no process printing. i'm in toronto canada, i've been doing transfers for clothing companies here, plus transfers for touring band trucker caps (Stink Mitt, Illuminati, Masia One etc). because transfers are tough to do, i obviously have to see what the design is before i would agree to print it.

    i'm at 416.531.9506

    website's being designed, but for now you can check out

    www.merchguy.com

    or email merchguy@rogers.com

    adios,

    bud.

    http://www.gigposters.com/designers.php?designer=2897

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  7. #7

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    Default looking for a contractor

    thanks, evildoer. although I'm looking for a contractor not a retailer, does anyone know of someone who just makes the transfer not designs it. much obliged, DL

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