moparmanheat1

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About moparmanheat1

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    Hunting,Fishing,Drag Racing,Photography,HVAC,Graphics,Art
  1. Cool !
  2. Good job Jay! You seem to have a fix for just about anything.
  3. Hello GC, I've done a few multi-colored jobs. I create registration marks on the different layers then I use clear masking. I just did a back glass on a buddies truck and I used Rapid Tac 1. It turned out perfect. Have a good one !
  4. Looks Good! Did you apply in the sun? Rapid Tac app fluid? How is the economy doing in California?
  5. Honey, where's the toilet and toilet paper? lol
  6. My 1st and only cutter, TC 31", left a mark on the RH side at the 1st pinch roller. It stopped after 8 or so cuts.Even when it was leaving a mark like Jay said I never saw it after application.
  7. Cool!
  8. Thanks Everyone !!
  9. Thanks for posting! Cool Website !
  10. Pretty cool place! Good people willing to help others. Glad I found it!
  11. Pretty Cool ! And cost effective!
  12. Good Question! I to would like to know this.I've been creating them ? its complicated to me as a green newbie!
  13. Here is an example.Should have posted earlier.Sorry and Thanks to all!
  14. Thanks for Posting !!
  15. Hello All, I have a scenario for "The Professionals" and would be Very Grateful for your Feedback. Someone hands you a business card and says "Make me some vinyl lettering just like this for my truck"? The card is nothing fancy, Black and Red lettering and 1 letter has a red and white checkered flag off it Would You, 1. Scan the Card save as a JPEG or a PDF at 600 dpi 2. Import into Inscape 3. Vectorize It 4. Then convert to SVG 5. Then import into cutting software Or do I have it all wrong and there is a better way of doing it? How does a newbie know when to vectorize? Thanks in Advance!