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Tony McDonald

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I did a search and know there are special vinyls, inks, and methods to use for lettering on this material, but this is very short notice.

Before I tell my customer no, has anyone successfully used hp vinyl and got it to stick?
This would just be a 12" oval logo, but it's three colors so it would need printed.

In stock, I have oracal 3651 calendar, and 3751 cast. Also some Specialty Materials color print T-shirt material that would require using my heat press to apply.

I'm guessing some of these might work "once" and start coming off.

Thank you for any insight.

Ace Graphics & Printing
Camdenton, MO. USA


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Dale Feicke

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I think, if you apply some Ti-Cote onto the vinyl first, it'll stick OK. It dries clear, so shouldn't really show.

Wait for some other input; but I believe others have done this also.

Dale Feicke Grafix
714 East St.
Mendenhall, MS 39114

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Rob Lenz

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I have used 3751 and heat gun applied it with success. I haven't checked for a while but the customer hasn't called and said it was coming off!

Rob Lenz
Lenz Signs
402 Elm St.
Osage, Iowa 50461

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