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    Transfering Ink Jet Pictures On Wood

    This Could Be Useful on Certain Projects

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    That's a great idea, already have something in mind to try it out for.
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    Thanks Dan! What a great idea! I'm saving that one FOR SURE!!!!!
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    Coolest thing I've ever seen !!!!
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    i am glad you hve time to find these things dan,, that is slick the better half does that with cloth but has to buy a special transfer sheet..
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    Very cool!
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    I'm really surprised he was able to use lacquer to seal it. It has so much strong solvent it seems like it would dissolve the ink and cause problems; but it seemed to work good in the video.

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