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Custom Dry Transfers Make RV Aircraft Instrument Panels One-of-a-Kind

Custom decals for instrument panels. The RV 7A Kitplane from Van's Aircraft

The professional-looking results and a wide variety of uses for custom dry transfers have never been more apparent than on the instrument panel for Otis Holt’s homebuilt RV airplane. Seeking both clarity and a unique look, Otis undertook a careful

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Dry Transfer Decals are Ideal Solutions for Plastic Prototypes

Custom dry transfer decals. A video control device by Apogee Electronics. We produced custom dry transfers for their control labels and instrument panel decals

Use transfer decals on any plastic object – prototypes, models, electronics, small run or limited edition specialty items, display cases, and more… When you need letters, logos, stripes, and details of any other sort, dry transfer decals for plastic are

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The Many Uses for Custom Dry Transfers

A closeup of a new custom dry transfer by image transfers. Why our custom dry transfers are different than Letraset.

Our Custom Dry Transfers Have Limitless Uses and Here are Some of the Best At Image Transfers, we love what we do and together with our clients we have developed some of the most unique and valuable uses for custom

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Museum Labels Custom-Made for The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University

Wall labels for museum exhibits. Picture from inside The Arnold Arboretum at Harvard University.

Image Transfers engaged by The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University for Museum Labels   Danny Schissler, a new client, contacted us for a very special project. We quickly realized his project would be a perfect match of our services. Danny

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Custom Dry Transfers Have Taken Over Letraset Instant Transfer Lettering

a coldcream jar with a custom dry transfer

Letraset was founded in 1959. It originally came in pre-­printed sheets with the characters backed with an adhesive requiring no heat or water, but merely the pressure of ‘rubbing’ to be released from the substrate. Letraset experienced the greatest rise

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