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Old 01-19-2013, 10:38 AM
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PUT MY PLOTTER TO WORK! Stencils, decals, stool tags, cornhole boards, fridge art!

I've been doing a lot of vinyl work locally, and thought I'd spread the love to anyone needing work done elsewhere.



Band decals:


Stool tags:


Custom car decals:



Pic shows a few good examples -- window decals, storefront large vinyl jobs, banners, cornhole boards, stool tags, new numbers for disc golf baskets, drum heads, water bottles, anything you can think of!

The disc pictured next to my brother is just a blank disc with vinyl on it -- great for trophies or wall hangers!

I started this thread because I have a TON of vinyl in all the colors of the rainbow, and I know how expensive some of this vinyl work can be, so I throw it out there to charge a WHOLE TON LESS than anyone else doing this professionally.

I'm not looking to "recoup my plotter cost," that's been done a long time ago.

I'm just trying to help out anyone who's looking for little or big jobs like these and either don't know where to look, or don't think they can afford it.

More of a pay-it-forward, good-natured thread than a "GIVE ME YOUR MONEY" thread.

Almost everything you see in these pics was done on the cheap or for a favor, sometimes in trade for plastic. I'm definitely not doing this to get rich, otherwise I would be selling a boatload of relelvant stickers on ebay or something. I'm here if someone needs me and my services, and they aren't limited to just disc dyeing, and I have all the colors you could imagine while a lot of dyers only have white.

Send me a PM if you're interested, thanks for looking!

-- Bennett
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:39 AM
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What transfer material are you using for your stickers? I've tried all kinds of stuff- I have enough rolls from National Tape sitting around to handle a riot situation, but I haven't found something that I could put in an end-users hand and be sure they wouldn't ruin their sticker while transferring it.
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i like the them crooked vultures sticker
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Old 01-20-2013, 10:04 AM
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What transfer material are you using for your stickers? I've tried all kinds of stuff- I have enough rolls from National Tape sitting around to handle a riot situation, but I haven't found something that I could put in an end-users hand and be sure they wouldn't ruin their sticker while transferring it.
Medium tack transfer tape

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i like the them crooked vultures sticker
Thanks! It's actually yellow vinyl on a red ESP Comet -- you can use any color vinyl and just slap it on a disc -- makes for a great trophy or wall hanger, or you can dye it then pull the vinyl off
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Old 07-26-2013, 10:25 AM
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Who needs work done? Let me know!
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Old 07-26-2013, 10:26 AM
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Those stool stickers (for lack of a better term) have worked out great Bennett!
Thanks, and put this guy to work!
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Old 07-26-2013, 11:44 AM
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once i get my money situation better i def want to get a couple discs done.. dunno what yet but something Clemson related and would like to get my Avatar on something.. as well as ton of others lol ... oh to be broke
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Old 07-28-2013, 04:12 PM
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Those stool stickers (for lack of a better term) have worked out great Bennett!
Thanks, and put this guy to work!
Thanks MrFixIt -- I'm surprised more people don't want this done -- everybody has a stool, and they're one of the most common things left behind during an event. For just a couple bucks, think if it as insurance from having to shell out another $35-40 for a replacement stool!
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Does the vinyl come off easily? How much would u charge for me to ship a disc and vinyl it and ship it back
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