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Everyone has seen those transfer sheets that come with 40k boxes. Where you cut out the little symbol you want and put it in water and then attatch it to your model. I was wondering if anyone knew if this stuff existed for any other medium. Cause the way I figure it you can use a laser printer and print on a blank transfer, cut it out and put it on a model. This would make for some really great looking unit markings or really whatever you want. If anyone knows drop me a line.
Yes u can buy it for both inkjet and/or laserprinters. Kodak makes some as well ther are other companies that produce it. Just check at a good quality hobby shop.
Testors has something like that. Not the greatest, but it dose work. I found it at Wal-mart for cheap.
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I heard about something like that but I'd expect it to be primarily only available in America, Ireland doesn't usually have a lot of that kind of thing. Some shop like Michael's might have it.
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