On 12 mar, 17:48, email@example.com wrote:
I've seen some shops where they would burn logos/etc en wood, plastic,
metal and other materials, by using laser CNC machines. You just give
them the logo in Corel (or other vector image formats), and they will
grab that in your wood. The also do that for marking gift pens,
personal card holders, etc..
Of course, it will really burn the logo on it, but anyway, I like that
Mon, Mar 12, 2007, 1:48pm (EDT-3) firstname.lastname@example.org doth toss out:
I have a 16 x 4 1/2 inch piece of birch wood. I have an ornate design/
logo that I would like transferred to it. Kind of like a skateboard
graphic. What would be the best way to achieve this?
Well, as far as I'm concerned you didn't provide enough details to
give a valid response.
You want to transfer a design so you can cut it out with a scroll
saw? So you can carve it out? Just want to glue a paper design on and
leave it? You want a permanent design transferred? I quit trying to
read minds lonnnng ago.
For general info, you can trace it, Xerox a copy and iron it on,
glue it on, pantograph, burn it on with a magnifying glass, woodburning
tool. Lots of ways, just use your imagination.
It was too early in the morning for it to be early in the morning. That
was the only thing that he currently knew for sure.
If you are looking to transfer a full graphic image onto wood look into
products made to transfer images onto tee shirts from printed images from an
ink jet or color laser printer. This subject has been covered several times
in the past.
On Mar 12, 4:48 pm, email@example.com wrote:
Photosilkscreen, same way they do skateboards. Speedball sells
kits complete with photo emulsion. Expose using a high density,
high contrast "positive" and a halogen worklamp. Develop with
water, dry, load with ink, and print. Any t-shirt shop can burn
you a screen for a modest fee if you prefer.
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