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    New Water Transfer Printing Forum & Powder Coating Forum

    Check out our new Forum for Water Transfer Printing

    http://www.elpasopowdercoating.com/forum/index.php
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    I've had a hell of a day........ I'm just gonna go have a beer and not say anything.

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    sorry, wasn't trying to steal your thunder or anything...was really more interested in having a resource for those interested in water transfer printing, but thanks.
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    well then you should focus on just that. I doubt there are any other forums out there for water transfer and thats a growing business.

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    I looked into it but the equipment seems really $$$$$. Not a lot of people willing to share info.

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    Actually the LARGEST and BEST Water Transfer Printing aka Hydrographic Printing Forum is at Liquid Concepts.

    Its a fairly large community with lots of great people and helpful information.
    Infact if you're looking to get equipment, film or activator LIQUID CONCEPTS IS the place to go.
    His prices are VERY Fair and has always followed through for me.

    Over 400 members in the forum and K2 Concepts has some great videos and many experienced dippers are willing to help.

    If you're interested in expanding into Water Transfer Printing come check it out

    www.liquidconceptsus.com

    BTW. This is a really nice Powder Coat Forum.

    I'll be sure to send the guys that are intereested in PC over here.


    A few of us have had a run with the jag off that started this thread.
    Last edited by DirkDippler; 05-25-2011 at 09:48 PM.

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    Lol ok there buddy, no time for me arguing over a forum...I gotta sell some tanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Paso Powder Coating View Post
    Lol ok there buddy, no time for me arguing over a forum...I gotta sell some tanks.
    No arguing on my end either, just tellin' how it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkDippler View Post
    Actually the LARGEST and BEST Water Transfer Printing aka Hydrographic Printing Forum is at Liquid Concepts.

    Its a fairly large community with lots of great people and helpful information.
    Infact if you're looking to get equipment, film or activator LIQUID CONCEPTS IS the place to go.
    His prices are VERY Fair and has always followed through for me.

    Over 400 members in the forum and K2 Concepts has some great videos and many experienced dippers are willing to help.

    If you're interested in expanding into Water Transfer Printing come check it out

    www.liquidconceptsus.com

    BTW. This is a really nice Powder Coat Forum.

    I'll be sure to send the guys that are intereested in PC over here.


    A few of us have had a run with the jag off that started this thread.


    Wow, THATS professional.

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    Can powder coating be used as a base for this process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppc View Post
    Can powder coating be used as a base for this process?
    Yes, powder can be used for a base and clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCB_Admin View Post
    Wow, THATS professional.
    You're right. The jab at EPPC wasn't professional. Poor judgement at that moment.
    I guess it's good I'm not the admin/owner of Liquid Concepts.

    However neither was showing up at a PC forum to pump another PC forum.

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB...hp?f=37&t=1307

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppc View Post
    Can powder coating be used as a base for this process?

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB...c.php?f=8&t=25

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppc View Post
    Can powder coating be used as a base for this process?
    You just need to cure the clear at lower temps (320 or less) so the ink won't burn up. And any smooth finish powder will work fine as a base.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCInc View Post
    I looked into it but the equipment seems really $$$$$. Not a lot of people willing to share info.
    We supply entry level equipment that anyone can get into. It includes a tank, materials, manual, and our consultation. You can contact me if you are interested and I can discuss pricing and specifications, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCInc View Post
    I looked into it but the equipment seems really $$$$$. Not a lot of people willing to share info.
    You may not have to spend any money to try water transfer printing out (other than buying film), depending on what you have around the shop or home.
    Check these "redneck" engineered tanks out.

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB...41ec6475a39995

    or

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB...php?f=5&t=1314

    or

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB....php?f=5&t=830

    Or

    http://www.liquidconceptsus.com/phpB...php?f=5&t=1066

    Before investing lots of money into WTP, give it a try and see it's something you want to persue. It isn't for everyone.

    Your WTP Friend
    Dirk Dippler

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    DirkDipper I think you've hijacked my thread enough by now...Why not just go start your own?
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    What temp does the water need to be when doing this process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppc View Post
    What temp does the water need to be when doing this process?
    80-95F is the ideal water temp for processing the film.
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    I am not here to Hi-Jack a thread! If you all are interested in Hydro-graphics there is a wealth of info out there! If people are not willing to share, I am always available to answer questions as well, I am not selling equiptment or anything, just been dipping for 10 years! I am looking at adding Powdercoating in the next year to my options so wanting to learn all I can about it!

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