Dial Restoration Using Image Transfer

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  1. gleber

    gleber Registered User

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    Does anyone know any good tutorials for doing dial restoration using a computer and the image transfer paper?

    Thanks,
    Tom
     
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    It is in German or Swedish or something. Hit "translate":


    En Eiger blir åter en Eiger
     
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    Search the message board for water slide transfer, or something similar, and you'll find several threads that discuss using this type of transfer on dials. Good luck!
     
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    #4 NTimken, Feb 24, 2019
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] The article you may be looking for is here:
    Creating your own dial

    Unfortunately, all the photos are now gone from the site transfer.

    There was also a company called decalpaper.com (now defunct) that provided instructions.

    This was something I wanted to keep. So I printed out the site a while ago (2007) I kept a lot of things from this site (and others).

    I am going to scan the pages for you and add them as a PDF attachment here. OK?
     

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    Awesome. Thanks for the tips, links and attachments NTmiken and Pat.

    Tom
     

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