The History of Dry Transfers: Letraset

Letraset Instant Lettering before computers

Letraset was a mid-20th century alternative to Letterpress Typesetting The original Letraset System comprised a library of sheets pre-printed with fonts of alphabet letters (i.e. a majority of those letters in most frequent use) in true-type styles and sizes. Each

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Dry Transfers for Custom Book Bindings

We made custom dry transfers for Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, June 2017 edition.

Our Dry Transfers Were Recently Featured in Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine This was an unusual usage for our transfers. Michael Mccormick, from Martha Stewart Weddings, ordered three custom dry transfers. Three letter size, one each in Pantone 110 Yellow, Pantone

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Custom Dry Transfers for Walls & Art Exhibits

A closup of a custom dry transfer in white rubbed onto a wall to describe artwork in a gallery

How Art Galleries Can Benefit from Custom Dry Transfer Museum Labels We are writing this article to give museums, galleries, exhibitors a very good option in the way they display artwork. The scenario might be you have an upcoming exhibit

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Custom Dry Transfers vs. Waterslide Decals – Which Are Better?

Side view detail of the replica WW2 scale model airplane.

The Precision of Dry Transfers vs Ordinary Water Slide Decals In precise and high-quality design applications, dry transfers are an excellent replacement for waterslide decals. Particularly in scenarios where prototypes and other objects are subjected to close scrutiny, they instantly

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Custom Dry Transfers for Industrial Designers

Custom dry transfers are used by industrial designers, this example shows a rubdown transfer applied to an electronic watch band or iwatch

Our company creates high quality custom dry transfers, and most of our clients are Industrial Designers. Industrial Designers use our dry transfers to create realistic looking prototypes. If you are unfamiliar with what a prototype is please view these beautiful

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