JPvinyl

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  1. No insult to anyone on here but this is one of the best looking projects I have seen. It puts my skill set into perspective and that I have a long way to go. Good for you.
  2. That's the feeling I had. That's have no problem paying for something good. I have reached out before and had great success. I am not the most creative person and having a source of ready to go designs like that interest me. I don't have any current projects that need this source. It's more of me trying to be a bit pro active when I have some cash that's availabile.
  3. I got asked to do my first back lit sign. The sign is already installed. I just need to cut and and install the design on it. My questions are as follows in regards to the type of vinyl I use. Does the type of light matter? If it is a incandescent bulb or led?The thickness of the substrate how it diffuses the light. I know I need a certain type of wrap vinyl to use. Any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
  4. That's what I thought. I prefer to work with reliable tools. Thanks for the warning.
  5. Has anyone purchased any fonts or clip art from the website clipart and fonts.com And if so is it worth the money? Also, even if I buy clipart, is it still license material and I don't have free use to use it?
  6. I am now Mayan. Instructions unclear. LOL
  7. I just finished a round of maintenance on my plotter and I am looking for some possible things to test for cutting accuracyl. Only thing I can think of is a line of text maybe some shapes besides that what else can I do to ensure everything is tracking right?
  8. I have to replace three fuses. 2-5 amp 125v and 1-3.15 amp. 5x20 mm. I know this because once I opened up the 22 year old plotter, someone had left a handy diagram. What's the easiest way to pull these fuses out? Pry the tabs off one side or just try to rip them out.
  9. Found this. Not sure if it has been posted before.
  10. 408 square feet. In the middle of a mall in New Hampshire. Installed in under 3 hours. Nothing like having your logo front and center on a cows ass with the tag line "Try to beat our meat". It s for a restaurant. Love installing on inside corners.
  11. I was sent a photo of a business card and told they want it recreated and installed on his van. So far here is the mock up. Not 100% but it's coming along nicely. I personally am not a fan of the wording, but they get what they want.
  12. Thanks
  13. 13' tall. All in all about 450 square feet. Second surface, wet install. The best part is that it's only up temporarily while they remodel the inside of the store.
  14. Were the colors printed, or cut vinyl? Looks great, just curios.
  15. Still working out the pricing mainly because this was part of a larger project I have set up with the owner. I'm making new D.O.T numbers up for the limos, other doors are getting lettered, possible more artwork for the side windows, t shirts made up, making new name placards for all the drivers to hold at the airport, the works. Since I had a bunch of screen time to redraw the image to get it into a vector needs to be added into the price. If I had to throw a number at it for just this once piece wihout any real design work, I would quote him $ 40 cut, cleaned and installed. It's only 3.5 square feet.