My new T-shirt

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My new T-shirt

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The SN matches the machine behind me in the pic. :)
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Pretty cool! How did you do it?
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It's heat transfer vinyl. My wife has a vinyl cutter and heat press and uses it for a little side income. This was my first solo work on it. Well, not totally solo. My son actually helped create the image in a vector based design program. And my wife guided me through the process of cutting it on the vinyl cutter and pressing it to the shirt.
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-Mark V - SN 212052, Born 1986, Acquired Sept 2009, Restored March 2010, Bandsaw
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That's awsome.
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Way cool!!! I want one.
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jsburger wrote:Way cool!!! I want one.

The shirt or the beard? :D
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JPG wrote:
jsburger wrote:Way cool!!! I want one.

The shirt or the beard? :D
I had the beard for the first year after I retired from the AF. I don't want another one. :eek: ;)
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That’s a bad-ass shirt you have, nice job! How is it wearing? I think that sometimes the prints with a thick layer of vinyl don’t suffer from washing as the thin ones do. Then again, if the fabrics are elastic, they still crack on the outside first and then the whole picture deteriorates. I found that Mato & Hash Custom T-Shirts has a good quality/price relationship. They have thousands of designs to offer, and you can also send them your original design to print it on a shirt.
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I love it! Like others, I want one too! Imagine sporting that to my woodworking class on Saturdays!
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Majones1 wrote: Thu Mar 24, 2022 12:09 am I love it! Like others, I want one too! Imagine sporting that to my woodworking class on Saturdays!
That shirt might cause thee to get run out on a rail by the SS naysayers. :rolleyes:
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