"I was looking through the Fellers catalog, but I couldn't find anything.
There is a distributor here in the Bay Area that sold vinyl which is used for hard hats. The stuff was pretty expense as I recall. I have to try and find their name,…"
"I would try using Oracal 3651 with the permanent adhesive. To make it last outdoors you will need to laminate it and that will make it less likely to tear when being removed. It will make the decal stretch to the point of not being usable once they…"
That might work but it would be very labor intensive and costly to the customer. Unfortunately the only real solution is to upgrade to a XC540 or use a gerber edge to print the white on clear. If it is a large order I would look at stouse to…"
Can anyone recommend a high quality vinyl which will stand up to the elements, and will be virtually impossible to remove? Here's what the client is asking for:..."Extra Sticky back if available. They do not want these to be removable.Question… do you have material available like the computer companies use on their stickers that will tear if they are removed?..."Any help would be appreciated.See More
"Good call Kevin! I remove the media clamps (did a run of 100 of these earlier tonight) because it tries to "cling" to the clamps as it goes back and forth. For profile I use GCVP at standard settings."
I purchased the Solvex cling vinyl, but I can't seem to find information on it's profile. I was going to use Glossy Calendar Vinyl GCVP. What profile do you use?
Also, when printing do you find that the vinyl is a little sticky…"
Here is a picture of the perforated job I did for a customer. You can see partly through in the darker areas. The job was done the beginning of last summer and still looks as good as the day we took this picture!"
Hi Kevin, Steven told me you had/do pad printing and needed some advice on what kind to buy (manual machine). Between Presta or Imprintor. Not sure if you recommend one of them or another one. Something affordable, manual (one item at a time) that I can have at my "home" business. I have a Versacamm 54, but wanted to add the pad printing for pens, golf balls, glass cups, etc. Good market on my end for them. Please let me know at your convenience. Thank you sir.
Thankyou for the welcome Kevin. I am on a learning curve yet, so I check in everyday. Other peoples questions and comments are helpful too. I work at Seaglass Logo wear, so I will be at most of Steve's trainings...he does a great job!