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Any Interest - soldark

Post by Alan » Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:05 pm

Soldark garment film
I know some folks on the forum use Soldark with their VersaCams for garment decoration.

We have some 250mm by 25m (6.25 sq metre) rolls left from a job, narrow but usable. If anyone can use them they are available at a significent discount, contact me via email if interested... anorman at themagictouch dot co dot uk

This is for Versacams (solvent / ecosolvent machines) not ordinary wideformat inkjets!

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Post by sawdust » Wed Apr 25, 2012 4:33 pm

MMMMM looks good what does it weed like and how long after printing can you press it :?:
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Post by Alan » Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:21 am

weeds pretty good, you can laminate with "heat Proof!" application film once weeded, lift and press - thats off versacams with the heated exits, the BN20 is different, no heating so waiting is needed before laminating and pressing.

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Post by Alan » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:44 pm

No interest :(
Well we are going to skip the offcuts, to prevent landfill we will give them away for the postage, so if anyone wants a 250mm* 25m roll of soldark, let me know, - one per enquiry...

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Post by woolly » Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:14 pm

I would like to give it a try please, will email you when normally on this phone.
one day I will learn how to copy and paste.

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Re: Any Interest - soldark

Post by Ringworm » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:40 pm

Hey Alan.

Bit cheeky I know, but I recently had a VS-420 installed, and have been reading the forum for a few months.
In the last week I've been learning (trying to..) about t-shirt processes. When I saw your very kind offer, I
just HAD to register for the forum. Please (If there is any left) put me down for a roll.
Yours in anticipation,
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Post by Alan » Thu Jun 07, 2012 9:41 am

Ok I'm on the case, expect emails shortly along with Payment requests for the postage. John, of no-address, please reply to my email we need the address!

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Post by sawdust » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:35 pm

I'm up for it As for the 123 fantastic stuff (will post on the correct forum) seems strange to just press for three seconds :?: will be trying it on my poly shirts for my golf range 8-)
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Post by Adam Wyles » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:36 am

sawdust wrote:I'm up for it As for the 123 fantastic stuff (will post on the correct forum) seems strange to just press for three seconds :?: will be trying it on my poly shirts for my golf range 8-)
Sawdust - the 123 is a great product and as for the 3 seconds - think how quick you get those University tee's and hoodies done!

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