Water Transfer Printing

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+2 1. ungula commented 6 years ago

But first of all we will print for the army :D So predictable...
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+12 2. urbaneagle commented 6 years ago

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+4 3. gremlinbyname commented 6 years ago

Wow! great vid! Do you have one where we can watch them dry off?
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+2 4. krillemaster commented 6 years ago

#2 that one is waaay cooler than a couple of boring helmets
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0 5. hdwg commented 6 years ago

Surely there is a more complicated way to get cammo paint on helmets, it can't be that easy...sarcasm of course.
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+2 6. brandx commented 6 years ago

How could a person not do that faster?
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+1 7. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

Either I'm not concentrated or the same happened twice.
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+1 8. isitmeor commented 6 years ago

I bet those helmets make the enemy so envious that they furiously try to snipe them when they see those shiny patterns from miles.
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0 9. torbengb commented 6 years ago

Cool concept, nice build, but damn boring video :(
Also, 6 helmets in 10 minutes ... how many (few!) were they going to produce this year?

Tidbits from the last time we saw this:

- Pretty cool but waaaaay too long.
- Who else skipped the video from few minutes to the last minute??
- Or how to make a £3 piece of plastic cost £145.
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+1 10. loadrunner commented 6 years ago

#6 This is not a new technique. It is done by hand for years using a big bucket of water. They now created an expensive machine to dip the objects into the water.
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0 11. distracteddad commented 6 years ago

Thats not "printing" thats decal application via an extremely expensive automated machinery...

figures there had to be a military implicated theme in there somewhere....