Post by AmpTrooper on Oct 22, 2015 23:10:14 GMT -5
Hello Saber Land, So, when I go into stores and I see a cool display they have I always ask for it. Most of the time they say no but once in a while they are happy to get rid of it and yet not have to throw it in the trash. I have several other displays but these are my two newest. My wife likes them as well and so she agreed and is in fact helping me to set up the dinning room as a Star Wars room! I love my wife! So the first display is an 8 foot tall 10 foot wide arch way from Toy's R Us for Episode 7. It has a motion sensor in it that plays a lightsaber sound when you walk under it. The next is from a grocery store down the street from my house. It has Star Wars cereal on it. Great shelves to display our star wars collectibles on.
Last Edit: Oct 22, 2015 23:12:39 GMT -5 by AmpTrooper
profezzorn: hey ARKM, did you ever write a that tutorial on the toner transfer method?
Jun 23, 2017 15:50:15 GMT -5
ARKM: *waves hand* "I'm not the slacker you're looking for"
Jun 23, 2017 16:24:16 GMT -5
ARKM: Sadly no. Well, that's not entirely true. I did finish writing it but did not perform the steps and take pics of said steps.
Jun 23, 2017 16:26:30 GMT -5
ARKM: So it's like "Step 5: Using the high temperature temp, tape the paper with the design on it onto the metal part to be etched."
Jun 23, 2017 16:26:53 GMT -5
ARKM: ... but there's no Pic 4.
Jun 23, 2017 16:27:10 GMT -5
profezzorn: from other things I've read it's just PNP blue with some heat and pressure applied, right?
Jun 23, 2017 16:37:26 GMT -5
ARKM: Some use that. I could not get successful results with it but others have.
Jun 23, 2017 16:47:16 GMT -5
profezzorn: so what do you use?
Jun 23, 2017 16:47:36 GMT -5
ARKM: I personally use glossy magazine pages. I just rip a page out of a magazine and put it in the printer. The pages have to be the right thickness for the printer though. Too thin and they rip in the printer.
Jun 23, 2017 16:47:42 GMT -5