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I am sorry I cannot find a picture of this online, I am hoping someone might have seen the example at one of the ISS shows.

Lancer/Excalibur ink displays a print with some gothic text. The text has a three dimensional printed puff ink. I would like to try and duplicate this if anyone is familiar with it.

Looking for a photo to add in the meantime.

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