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sublimation of graphics onto skateboards

Posted on Fri, 11 Jul 2003 at 11:09



ACRE is a small UK skateboard company and we are looking to purchase machenery for heat-transfer/ sublimation of graphics onto decks (w concave & tips).
does anyone have experience of this process? what is machinery & supplies are required?
any advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
faithfully,
colin elliot. [director] ACRE SKATEBOARD COMPANY

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Anonymous says: We are a manufacturer in San Diego, that prints heat transfers and has access to rollers also, send an email and ill see if we can help. posted on: Mon, 08/25/2003 - 1:15pm
Anonymous says: Justin, I am a converter of plastic sheets in Ohio. We are getting more requests everyday for sheets of polypropylene to do heat transfers on. The requests are coming from skateboard makers. Can you please ...

Justin,
I am a converter of plastic sheets in Ohio. We are getting more requests everyday for sheets of polypropylene to do heat transfers on. The requests are coming from skateboard makers. Can you please explain to me how this process is done, what type of press is used? I am working on a project for my company to market this products to people such as yourself. Thanks

posted on: Mon, 10/13/2003 - 2:32pm
Anonymous says: I ...

I would like to get some info regarding this exact thing as well.
Please send me some info on what you do, and where to get a roller.
Does that mean sublimating the ply, or a finished deck?
Thanks!
Paul

posted on: Sun, 10/19/2003 - 10:31pm
Anonymous says: I am looking for help on manufacturers of presses used for transferring graphics to skate boards. I am challenged with the process. posted on: Mon, 10/27/2003 - 9:53am
Anonymous says: hey justin could you give me a call on this subject .......604 596-5120 posted on: Wed, 10/29/2003 - 2:19pm
Anonymous says: I have a skate co. myself but we dont print our own decks. I think the decks look better when they are screened instead of heat transfered. "I am working on a project for my company to market this products ...

I have a skate co. myself but we dont print our own decks. I think the decks look better when they are screened instead of heat transfered.

"I am working on a project for my company to market this products to people such as yourself."

I hope you're not some fat old guy working for a company thats just tryin to make some money off of skateboarding.

posted on: Tue, 03/02/2004 - 11:10pm
Anonymous says: Hi, my name is Mitchell and I was wondering if you could tell me where I can purchase heat transfer graphic's for my new skateboard company, which is owned and operated in Edmonton, AB, Canada. The name ...

Hi, my name is Mitchell and I was wondering if you could tell me where I can purchase heat transfer graphic's for my new skateboard company, which is owned and operated in Edmonton, AB, Canada. The name of my company is Ardent Boards. I have all graphic's designed and now am looking for a cost effective way to do graphic's. Screening all decks doesn't seem to be cost effective when you are getting into 100's of boards. Thanks for your time!

posted on: Mon, 05/03/2004 - 7:24pm
Anonymous says: I'm also in the same boat. One of my tattoo clients and I started ordering boards and I have been airbrushing and clearcoating graphics. I am in desperate need of a more economical process. Demand is ...

I'm also in the same boat. One of my tattoo clients and I started ordering boards and I have been airbrushing and clearcoating graphics. I am in desperate need of a more economical process. Demand is starting to pass production. Any info helps!

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