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    Peter George
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    My wife likes chickens as a theme for decorating, so I made this one for her birthday.

    It’s figured maple, turned on the lathe and the face is another attempt at a Lazertran transfer.

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

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    #135839

    Salko Safic
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    That bloody nice with clocks like that you’ll put me out of business.

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    #135840

    Peter George
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    No chance of that Salko. Your clocks are truly works of art.

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

    #135843

    Matt McGrane
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    Very cool, Peter. I have no idea what a Lasertran is, but the result looks great.

    Matt, Northern California - Started a blog in 2016: http://tinyshopww.blogspot.com/

    #135850

    Peter George
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    @mattmcgrane
    Lazertran is an inkjet decal paper that has some useful properties. I’m still learning how to use it.

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

    #135865

    Matt McGrane
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    @pjgeorge – Peter, I once experimented with laser printing my name backwards using a couple different kinds of printers. The intent was to use the printout and some acetone to transfer the ink (and my name) from the paper to a project. I couldn’t get it to work. Is that the type of thing that Lazertran can do?

    Matt, Northern California - Started a blog in 2016: http://tinyshopww.blogspot.com/

    #135866

    Peter George
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    @mattmcgrane It’s along those lines but more advanced. There’s a link to a workshop PDF on their website that gives an good idea on how the products can be used. They have products for ink jet and laser printers. The website is http://lazertran.com/us.

    It’s kind of expensive and takes some experimentation to get the results you want, but for someone like me who sucks at drawing and painting, it’s worth it.

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

    #135868

    Alien8
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    Gorgeous Peter

    ‘Costumer’ satisfied?

    #135881

    Peter George
    Participant

    Yes, she was quite pleased.

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

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