Transfer Method

tdelewis

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Volant, PA 60 miles north of Pittsburgh
People are always asking about transfers. There are many ideas that have been put here. This looks like one of the best. For me it depends on what I am doing. This would be a good method when doing a rifle or shotgun. When I do something like a pocketknife, I go back I just go to the old standby, acetone and laser printer. Also, when doing a transfer, I like to keep as much junk off the metal as possible. I guess it all depends on the engraver, the time involved, and the project.
 

mdengraver

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Francolini and Ron Smith are very experienced and well-respected engravers. If they recommend this method, I am sure it is one of the best!
 

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