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Old August 1st, 2010 Aug 1, 2010 8:04:28 PM -   #301 (permalink)
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

you can for sure do a template for those,,
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

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Oooo, these are NICE and are perfect for stones. Don't you think we could set up a template for things like this too? Just drop your design, make the circles where you want and cut?
Oh I certainly think that would work, and I have some other designs in mind that I plan on doing exactly that with!

Here's a pic of the whole shirt I previously posted. As you can see, it would take two different templates, since there are two separate areas with heat pressed vinyl. But like I said, if this design should take off, I'll make a template for the stones. Handsetting these took a while even though there aren't that many on there.
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

Did you do the design with screen printing or heat transfer? Or maybe DTG?
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

I'm using heat transfer vinyl. I would like to get into screen printing at some point, but I don't have the time or the patience right now - plus, the vinyl allows me to do one-offs quicker and cheaper.
Problem is, I have so many ideas, I wonder if I'll ever get them all produced. LOL
 
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That shirt looks great disco,now add a lil blingaling to it and wow it will really be sharp!
 
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Oh I certainly think that would work, and I have some other designs in mind that I plan on doing exactly that with!

Here's a pic of the whole shirt I previously posted. As you can see, it would take two different templates, since there are two separate areas with heat pressed vinyl. But like I said, if this design should take off, I'll make a template for the stones. Handsetting these took a while even though there aren't that many on there.
Great looking shirt,,
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That shirt looks great disco,now add a lil blingaling to it and wow it will really be sharp!
It has about 3 dozen hand set stones on it already, and I didn't want to overdo it. I love the design though, so I'll definitely be making another one for me - maybe I'll add more bling to that one!
 
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I have been reading the board and love all the tips, etc. I have trouble getting the transfer tape to peel off of the decal material. I am using silicone transfer tape -- is that what everybody else is using? Here's a copy of a car decal I designed. This one came out okay, but it is "hit and miss" for me.
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It has about 3 dozen hand set stones on it already, and I didn't want to overdo it. I love the design though, so I'll definitely be making another one for me - maybe I'll add more bling to that one!

I am having the same issues when I do skinny single lines but on filled in parts it works great I am also using the silicone paper any other suggestions???
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

I am using the Roland GX24

Can the decal be trimed with a cutter or just by hand. It looks like the stones would create a problem with the cutter.
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Default Re: Rhinestone Car Decals: show samples, discuss cutters, template material, application methods, etc

That is what I want to do is stones for shirts.
 
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I am using the Roland GX24

Can the decal be trimed with a cutter or just by hand. It looks like the stones would create a problem with the cutter.
What you do is cut and weed the vinyl before you apply the rhinestones and then you have it done nice
 
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What you do is cut and weed the vinyl before you apply the rhinestones and then you have it done nice
But can you contour cut a vehicle decal is the question?
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I have been reading the board and love all the tips, etc. I have trouble getting the transfer tape to peel off of the decal material. I am using silicone transfer tape -- is that what everybody else is using? Here's a copy of a car decal I designed. This one came out okay, but it is "hit and miss" for me.
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I peel the top transfer tape off while just cool,,
then after it is cool,, like 5 min later reapply it, or with a new sheet.

then i peel the back from the backer paper,,,
then reapply it,, now you have broken your seals,,

when you apply it on the window,
peel the back off, and leave the front on,,
apply it to the window like a transfer, again watch the decal material so if it sticks to the transfer tape. you can undo the seal,,
apply.

when it is on the window, after pressing out the air,,
go ahead and pull the clear transfer tape off.
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I am using the Roland GX24

Can the decal be trimed with a cutter or just by hand. It looks like the stones would create a problem with the cutter.
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We cut the outline of decal material, from das, or whatever you are using, (if you do not cut with the cutter, you will want to hand trim, after you press.
with out cutters first,, then apply the rhinestone transfer to the decal material, then heat press,,
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