5 Ways to Print on Wood | DIY Image Transfer

  • 🎬 Video
  • ℹ️ Description
5 Ways to Print on Wood | DIY Image Transfer 5
UCHYSw4XKO_q1GaChw5pxa-w

Wood print and DIY image transfer are great tools to customize your woodworking projects or to brand your work. I’ll show you 5 different ways to print on wood and the pro’s and con’s of each of them.



=======
Tools/Supplies Used (affiliate):


=======
Join the Builder Club on Patreon and get Free Build Plans!
=======
SUBSCRIBE to my channel here:

=======
FOLLOW ME on Social Media:

💬 Comments on the video
Author


Also, all prints were mirror image from a laser printer and normal multipurpose copy paper. I do not own an inkjet printer anymore so couldn't test those methods.

Author — Fix This Build That

Author

This is when YouTube is at it's best. Thanks for sharing and teaching us this print method.

Author — James Doyle

Author

I thought the CNC laser one was garbage! Am I alone here? Great video!

Author — Steve Glover

Author

That is *the* most tidy and spotless workshop I have *ever* seen in my life!

Author — Beau Peep

Author

I'm sooo schocked !
!!!

!!

;-)


Rémy (stll from France)
;-)

Author — Rémy CORCELLUT

Author

"Get out there and build something awesome", what a great closing line. I'd like to keep typing this message but I need to get off youtube and go

Author — klwdesigns

Author

I’m super impressed and surprised with the polycyclic, never seen that technique before.

Author — YouCanMakeThisToo

Author

... anyone else think the laser printed one sucked?
I'm going Acetone or Xylene

Author — A User

Author

That's EXACTLY the video I was waiting for ! Have been looking THE good process to do that, but never had a comparison between all of them. Thanks a lot and cheers from France !

Author — johnmcchavs

Author

7:05 Acetone makes the job more vivid and faster. And cheaper, definetely :)

Author — Maksim Huzmiev

Author

If you ask me, the laser one isn't only expensive and cheating, but has also produced one of the worse results :)
Nice video, upvote is due.

Author — bioLarzen

Author

THANK YOU for this test/tutorial! I've got a project I want to do for my wife, and I think the acrylic is going to do the job!

Author — Jeff Vader_Head_Of_Catering

Author

Thank you for such a great video. To quote James Doyle (2 years ago), this is when YouTube is at it's best.

Author — Randall MacDonald

Author

OMG! That is so cool! So now what will be the new 'toy' be .... tractor or a printer like this? :) I can see the options being endless for sure, especially with logos for your furniture, cookie cutters and all sorts of things.... this is very cool. Thanks for sharing!!

Author — Jackie Gammon

Author

I could not simply move along without telling you how much I appreciate the effort you put into this for the benefit of others. I am working on an idea for a craft project and wanted a decent method of transferring a simple image to a piece of wood. The polycrylic method is MONEY! Thanks again.

Author — George Ireton

Author

I know this is a bit old as far as vids on YT but I do have to wonder how it does with color. Being a Photographer for over 30 years I have never found a good way to get my work on Wood that was either Economical or looked good for long. May have to try it.

Author — Mark Henry

Author

Great tips, very clearly, efficiently and concisely presented. You have a natural ability for making "how to" videos. Well done!

Author — Brett Tomasich

Author

Thanks so much for the tutorial! I was excited to already have the acetone, soft gel and polycrylic on hand and now I can't wait to try it out. This will be great for making tiny mural "replicas" for YouTube giveaways on my art episodes.

Author — Aaron Scales

Author

thanks! i was looking at custom branding irons to put my logo on the bee hives i make, but they're expensive!

Author — rapunzel eh?

Author

The iron method would produce some nice grunge effects.

Author — Ted Weddell