Newsletter #230 Inkjet Transfer Process & Carving Demo

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Newsletter #230 Inkjet Transfer Process & Carving Demo 4.5
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Here's a great way to transfer your image to the board using an inkjet printer.




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what have you found is the best way to keep your wood secured so it doesn't move when you're working? i've had some luck with the foamy stuff that you put inside drawers or cabinets (not sure what that's actually called) and i also used g-clamps, but they made minor indentations into the wood. I'm really enjoying watching your videos, you have a friendly demeanor that makes learning from you quite enjoyable!

Author — Michele Carroll

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I’m so glad I found your page. This will help me out as a beginner

Author — Susan Phillips

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Great job my friend. I was just looking for a way to transfer images and words to my pallet projects, BUT you have inspired me to try my router for carving. Thanks!

Author — Eddie Thrasher

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Great video guys. Eric good way to transfer images. I love the bits story, that would have happened to me. Lol

Author — Dan Yodice

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thanks for takng a lot of fear out of the equation and answering a lot of questions I had about transferring and size of bits

Author — Bugera Reunion

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Love it, love it! I know where I'm going after work today...getting me some freezer paper and spending an afternoon in the shop! Thanks for sharing this time saving technique Eric!

Author — Sean & Bobbie Leonard

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I like the engraving very much (Joseph and Mary), well done, thank you for sharing

Author — y bocktor

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Great, I love the information about the freezer paper. I will try it. This is the first time I hear about it. This is simple and easy. Thank you.

Author — Mushin Ryu

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This technique works amazing. I watched this video, did what Eric said to, and it was perfect. I carved my first sign ever using their baseplate and the profile bit that i ordered from you guys and it turned out awesome. Thank you!!

Author — Ryan Van Esch

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Certainly trying this with my inkjet printer, thank you, looks great!

Author — Zara King

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Fantastic!  Thank you, best one I've seen out there yet.

Author — Patty

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"Did you forget?!"
Weird flex, but umm okay.

Author — Cameran Barbieux

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Dave good stuff. Can u tell me where can I get the base plate with handles for the router?

Author — Jan Morehart

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Cool vid! Thanks for sharing! Couple questions...1. You mention that you normally use a sanding finish after sanding, what is that? What is it's benefit? 2. How long after you printed onto the freezer paper did you make the transfer? Thanks again for such great info...lovin' your channel!

Author — Andrea D Stevens

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Great video. Do find that 90 degree bit “cleans up” the wood left in the larger areas sufficiently? I would think a straight spiral bit would produce better results. Thoughts?

Author — Robert Echevarrieta

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Great video, steady hand is amazing.

Author — flavacreations

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Thanks so much for the freezer paper process. This is great and much cheaper too. Headed to the store right after I send this comment 🤣 to get me some freezer paper. Thanks again for all your help on teaching us minions.

Author — JoyceAnn

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Very cool process... Thank you for sharing! Just started watching your channel and I am hooked... :)

Author — Vincent Alex Vigil

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Great lads, is there any particular sources you would recommend for getting images for adding text to them too

Author — jonathan Delaney

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Ready to try my hand at sign making. Thanks so much for all the videos and the valuable info. Can you give me some info on the bits you used for this craving. Thanks

Author — Alex Wilkins