Re: [z_scale] Decals in Z Scale?
- I know of several companies that produce water slide or rub down transferrs
on an individual basis. If you are able to provide the art work, perhaps
using Photoshop or Microsoft Illustrator. (I am happy to try to help with
that side of things if you are stuck!) The good printing companies that I
know are over here in England, but there will be simmilar wherever you are.
They usually just accept a Tiff file or a PDF.
Hope that is of help to you, let me know if you need a hand with the decals
>From: "pat_lawless" <pat@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [z_scale] Decals in Z Scale?
>Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 20:02:22 -0000
>Hi All! Does anyone make decals in Z scale? I couldn't find any
>reference to it in the files section. I'm interested in both freight
>car and locomotive decals. If not, does anyone on the list have an
>Alps printer and make their own Z scale decals? Thanks in advance for
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I have an ALPS and I am happy to print out decals for Z-Scale railroad
projects at my cost (materials) if you have art that is "ready to print"
From: pat_lawless [mailto:pat@...]
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 4:02 PM
Subject: [z_scale] Decals in Z Scale?
Hi All! Does anyone make decals in Z scale? I couldn't find any
reference to it in the files section. I'm interested in both freight
car and locomotive decals. If not, does anyone on the list have an
Alps printer and make their own Z scale decals? Thanks in advance for
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