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Dome stickers, also known as dome decals are beautiful type of label having a 3D effect. As the name suggests, these labels are given a domed / rounded finish using a poly urethane / epoxy solution. The finished label has a clear and shiny plastic layer of about 2 mm in height. It tapers or slopes towards the edges of the sticker. This gives the sticker a curvy or rounded surface finish and hence the term dome stickers.

Perspective view of dome stickers to to show raised effect

We use ourRoland Print & Cutmachine to print out stickers on a vinyl having a high level of adhesion. These sticker are then cut in any desired shape using the in-line plotter. The stickers can be cut in the shape of circles, square or any non linear freehand outline. The resultant print and cut stickers are quite fetching but are flat and limited to the two dimensions.

Pride Purple epoxy coated dome stickers

To give these labels a raised 3D effect, we pour a poly urethane solution on top of the same. This solution is carefully poured to about 2 3 mm in height. The liquid solidifies in about 24 36 hours. The resultant dome decal in addition to being quite beautiful is impervious to rain, sunlight, dust, etc.

Dome stickers are by no means a new application. They have been around for decades. But previously they were screen or offset printed and one always had to order vast quantities of the same. At Orchid, our digital printing machines will allow us to gladly process  orders of as low as 500 stickers.

This opens up the following possibilities

You can have your own personalized logo or marketing message with an extremely professional finish

The label can be cut in any shape or outline without having to incur the cost of a dye punch

Logo branding, gifting, key chains, vehicle stickers, trophy labels, stickers for consumer products, laptop stickers, mobile stickers, etc. are some of the applications, that come to mind for dome stickers.

Dome Decals Costs, Order lead times and Minimum Order Quantity

Dome labels cannot be created instantaneously. They need to be printed, cut, domed and dried. So please give a lead time of about three days to process your order. A one square inch label should approximately cost you 3/- rupees. One can fit in about 70 80 such labels in a square foot. We can manufacture labels of sizes up to 6 square inches. These figures for costings and area coverage are given as estimates because, different shapes will occupy different a area. When you are planning a purchase, please budget for a minimum of 6 8 square feet.

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Excellent quality. Excellent service. Prompt & reliable. This means I not only save my time, I am also assured that things get done. What more could I ask for? I shall ask for Please keep it up.

Excellent quality. Excellent service. Prompt & reliable. This means I not only save my time, I am also assured that things get done. What more could I ask for? I shall ask for Please keep it up.

Impressed by the dedication of Mitesh and the staff!! Mitesh himself assisted me in getting my work done! Quick, perfect and cost effective!! Looking forward for long term association with Orchid!!

Impressed by the dedication of Mitesh and the staff!! Mitesh himself assisted me in getting my work done! Quick, perfect and cost effective!! Looking forward for long term association with Orchid!!

One of the best services in Printing and Laser cutting in Pune. Staff is very helpful and they stretch their limits to complete the work given..Mitesh is also very helpful and very well experienced in this field.. Being a total new to this field, he helped me a lot and guided me.. Thanks a lot to the whole team.. looking forward for many work from you all. Keep it up 🙂

One of the best services in Printing and Laser cutting in Pune. Staff is very helpful and they stretch their limits to complete the work given..Mitesh is also very helpful and very well experienced in this field.. Being a total new to this field, he helped me a lot and guided me.. Thanks a lot to the whole team.. looking forward for many work from you all. Keep it up 🙂

We just got done a LED display board from Orchid. The total experience was fantastic. Mitesh, is not only sound in knowledge but also readily imparts it to make your job look better. The service was prompt and final delivered product was more than that was imagined. All Orchid staff is very supportive and quality conscious. Thanks Team Orchid.

We just got done a LED display board from Orchid. The total experience was fantastic. Mitesh, is not only sound in knowledge but also readily imparts it to make your job look better. The service was prompt and final delivered product was more than that was imagined. All Orchid staff is very supportive and quality conscious. Thanks Team Orchid.

Really helpful people and amazing knowledge of everyone involved. Mitesh has been a great help and has always been receptive and respectful no matter the amount of the job. Being a brand that relies heavily on getting the best print on a medium Orchid is our go to place. They help you develop things if you have an idea they can probably print or etch it perfectly.

Really helpful people and amazing knowledge of everyone involved. Mitesh has been a great help and has always been receptive and respectful no matter the amount of the job. Being a brand that relies heavily on getting the best print on a medium Orchid is our go to place. They help you develop things if you have an idea they can probably print or etch it perfectly.

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The Gates of Heaven

Yosemite is quietly preparing for the summer crunch. My prediction is that as an aftermath of the Ken Burns special, attendance at all national parks will soar this summer. At Yosemite you will be greeted by an increase in the gate kiosks. At the Hwy 120 gate aka the

As you can see, an additional Ranger post has been added and now there are 3. At the Hwy 140 gate akaArch Rockentrance, construction was obvious at the gate, but it is too narrow there for more kiosks, so Im not sure what the plan is. This should help the flow of traffic into the park.

In other news, Yosemite has opened up the public scoping for theCurry Village Rockfall Hazard Zone Structures Project.The area was hit by rockslides last year and closed over 200 tent and wood cabins. What shodl be done? The public scoping period for the EA will open on Thursday, February 25, 2010 and will extend through Wednesday, April 7, 2010.  A public open house will take place on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Valley Visitor Center Auditorium in Yosemite Valley. I beseech them to use internet technology to allow more people to participate. The link for more info is HERE, but nothing was on it when I looked.

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Its about time we talk about some retro gaming here. At Benchcrafted we appreciate a lot of the older ways of doing .. just about everything, and that includes video games! Nothing beats the look and feel of the classics and theres no better way to revive that than with a Gameboy running on a Raspberry Pi.

This type of build is known as a Gameboy Zero because of its use of the Raspberry Pi Zero, a computer less than half the size of a credit card. You can run a full Linux operating system on this thing, but they are very popular as retro console emulating devices.

Along with the Raspberry Pi, well be using Kites Super AIO (all-in-one) board. Its perfectly designed to fit inside an original Gameboy case to allow button input, display driver, speaker plus headphone amp, and much more. It ties the whole build together and makes for a much cleaner result, opposed to the alternative of incorporating multiple boards and tying them all together yourself. We dont want this thing to look like Ian Holm at the end of

The first step in the process is to solder the RPi to the AIO board. In order to do so, the RPi must be trimmed. I used a small Japanese saw, but a dremel would get the job done just as well. PCBs like this are mostly made of fiberglass sandwiched between a thin layer of copper so theyre pretty easy to cut through. This notch allows the RPi to rest in a convenient spot while allowing the relocated SD card slot on the AIO to line up perfectly with the slot on the Game Boy case that was original used for the displays contrast wheel, something well no longer need with our new backlit LCD.

The first points to solder are for the USB port where the RPi gets power and the SD card port so it can be relocated. I first dabbed on a little solder to each of the pads on the RPi, then lined them up with the corresponding holes on the AIO board. By sticking the pointed tip of my iron through the holes in the AIO, Im able to heat the solder on the RPi pads. The solder naturally wants to flow onto a heat conducting surface which, in this case, is the rings of copper around the holes in the AIO, linking the two boards. After adding a little more solder to each hole for a domed finish, we can move on to soldering the first four of the forty GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins that allow the AIO board to communicate with the RPi for audio, video, and button input.

Both the RPi and AIO board have through holes for the GPIO pins so in order to solder them together kapton tape is first placed over the holes on the AIO. Unlike electrical tape, kapton tape can take very high temps so its great for applications where it may be exposed to hot solder.

When the GPIO pins are placed in the holes in the RPi, they are stopped by the kapton tape on the other side making it very easy to solder.

After the GPIO pins are soldered on the RPi side, the whole assembly can be flipped over and soldered from the other side. At this point its a good idea to boot up and test our work before we go any further. By plugging our power cord and micro-SD card into the AIO board, we can confirm that all our solder points made a good connection.

Loaded onto the SD card is Kites custom image of RetroPie. RetroPie is a Linux based operating system designed for Raspberry Pi that offers an easy to use interface for displaying and running all your game roms with its included emulators thatll run anything from Atari 2600 games all the way through to Playstation Portable and everything in between. Our image is set to test mode so we can check that everything is working properly and sure enough we get all green lights, besides WIFI (which we dont have on this unit) or the rest of the GPIO pins.

With all of the pins soldered, we can now plug in the display included with the Super AIO kit. This is a 320×240 resolution display, plenty for the low resolution of the retro games well be playing. The ribbon cable from the display gets plugged into the front of the AIO, just in time for another test.

In the video above I have the daughter board that also comes with the AIO kit plugged in. It mounts in the case to give you volume control, a full size USB port, power switch, and a mode button (for controlling screen brightness and other basic functions). I also have a small speaker plugged in to test audio. Everything seems to work perfectly so we can move on to mounting the screen.

Our new color LCD is quite a bit larger than the original Game Boys monochrome display so the case will need some modification to accommodate it. Firstly, all of the posts surrounding the display area need to be removed. I used a dremel to remove the bulk of the material. It works great as long as you take your time as to not heat up the plastic too much which can cause clumping.

With the display window cut, I also took this time to drill the holes for the two extra face buttons. The AIO board has through holes so you can easily mark where you need to drill to line up with the button pads on the board. I used a step drill bit to drill the two holes. A step drill bit is great for plastic because it doesnt pull like a twist bit and wont mar up the surface like a forstner might. You can also use the next step after youve achieved your diameter to get a bit of a chamfer. After drilling the holes I wanted to see if I could give them a bit of a fillet with the dremel but I just ended up making it worse. Without close inspection though they look pretty good!

The posts we removed earlier are necessary to close the thing up properly so instead of cutting them off and gluing them back on the the back of the new LCD, I 3D printed this adapter (designed by HoolyHoo) that not only holds the LCD in place perfectly while conveniently replacing the screw posts on the back, but it also adds the button wells well need for our two extra face buttons.

Youll notice the bracket has brass inserts in each of the posts. These small, knurled nuts get inserted to the pre-existing holes in the bracket by applying some pressure from a hot soldering iron. Once inserted, they arent going anywhere.

I held the screen in place inside the bracket with some double-sided tape. Since the two parts of the case are held together primarily by this bracket, I wanted to be sure the bracket itself wouldnt come loose so on top of a little hot glue in the corners, I also used some ABS plastic filament for 3D printing to weld the bracket to the case using a soldering iron. That should hold better than any glue.

Its now time to place our brand new, glass lens from Hand Held Legend. This lens fits great in the pre-existing recess of the case while perfectly framing the larger LCD screen. Its also clearer than the original, plastic lens and will be less prone to scratching. The pre-applied adhesive makes it easy to install, as long as you take your time to remove every speck of dust from the LCD beforehand.

Despite my best efforts – and Im very particular about this sort of thing – I couldnt eradicate every tiny molecule of contaminate. After placing the lens I found a piece of dust and a small piece of plastic shaving from the case roaming inside that are now sandwiched in there for eternity. Its mostly only noticeable in bright light, but itll haunt me forever.

Clearing out the battery compartment to accommodate a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack

The battery is held in place with a little hot glue

Perhaps the trickiest part of a Game Boy Zero build is figuring out how to mount the rear buttons. These buttons are necessary if you want to play a lot of SNES, Genesis, or Game Boy Advance games, just to name a few. Many other builds Ive seen online use a lot of hot glue to hold small tactile button switches in place but I wanted to do something cleaner with the same squishy button feel of the face buttons. I decided to design a bracket that would not only hold the rear buttons in place but at the same time offer a structure for the power switch, mode button, and cartridge slot to mount on.

I started by drilling the holes for the buttons in a location that didnt interfere with anything else inside while still being ergonomic in use. I designed the bracket around those new holes and the existing structure of the case.

After designing in Fusion 360 and printing, we have a final product that works perfectly! That is, after three failed parts that didnt quite fit, but thats inevitable when youre designing for 3D printing because of expanding and contracting plastic that never comes out with the exact specs you designed it for.

I cut down a piece of perfboard to mount the squishy type micro switches that will be actuated by the Game Boy buttons mounted inside the bracket.

To mount the PCB for the buttons I inserted more brass inserts into the bracket and sanded down the surface for a flush finish.

You can see here how the rear buttons will pop out the back of the case as well as how a standard Game Boy cartridge slots onto the tongue in the back of the bracket. Obviously the system cant actually read the cartridge, but I figured if I had the extra space I might as well allow the insertion of real cartridges for a more authentic look.

Heres the bracket inserted into the case with the mode and power switch inserted. Theyre held in place with just a little hot glue but the bracket itself offers the actual support so they wont go anywhere. Its all held in the case via the four screw holes on the face of the bracket that line up with four existing screw posts that were originally used for a bracket that held the cartridge in.

Its finally time to join both the front and back. Once everything is plugged in you can see that its actually fairly tidy, thanks to Kites Super AIO board. The whole thing is held together with six screws: four in the front display bracket via our brass inserts and two towards the bottom into existing posts that line up with holes in the battery bay.

This was a really fun project to undertake as someone who has very basic knowledge of electronics and only ametuer soldering skills. The best part is figuring out problems on your own, such as the rear bracket.

There are easier and cheaper ways to emulate and play these old consoles on the go. Any Android phone can do it with very little effort, but even if you use a proper controller with a smartphone youre still introducing a lot of lag and lose any semblance of that classic feel.

If youre interested in building one of your own, a really good resource . They have guides, a marketplace for sellers to offer their Game Boy Zero parts and components, and extensive forums. Its also where you can find Kites Super AIO boards. Kite only produces these in limited batches so youll have to wait until he puts pre-orders up if you want to get yourself one. His latest iteration uses the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module which, instead of all the soldering we had to do on our Raspberry Pi Zero model, is as simple as plugging in a stick of RAM.

Here is my finished bench and I am very happy with it! Im pretty new at this and dont own a power jointer or planer – so – I had plenty of hand planing to complete this. At the end of the day, Im thankful because I am very comfortable with four squaring large pieces as well as flattening a large top with only hand tools. I used 2 x 12 SYP construction lumber. I tried to end up with primarily rift sawn lumber to avoid the large cathedral grain flat sawn boards and no knots. I did pretty well with this except for the sliding deadman. That was my last part and I was out of lumber…LOL

My first project on my bench was the gap stop. Oh what a blessing it is to use such a fine bench. I didnt even know what I was missing.

Thanks John and Jameel – I appreciate your products. I hope to make many fine pieces of furniture for my family and friends. And also make plenty of memories next to my new bench. Love it!!!!

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Were happy to add another brick and mortar store to our list of Mag-Blok dealers. They should have stock within a week or so.

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Just a friendly reminder, since this is a rather new product, that we now have completeClassic Workbenchesin stock and ready to ship. Barring any serious supply delays, we now have Classics on the shelf at all times. So there is, theoretically, no lead time.

This bench is built exactly to our Classic Workbench Plans (availablehere) and completely assembled, ready to work. The bench is delivered in the white which means you can use it as is, or apply a finish of your choice (sparingly please, this isnt period furniture!)

Well keep this brief, since it benefits no one to rant, especially this time of year when we should be more focused on counting our blessings and giving to others in need. Nevertheless, we feel the need to say something. Being mutts ourselves, and the progeny of a diverse mix of immigrants, we cant be xenophobes without also being hypocrites. We make no bones about our outlook. We are thrilled to have anyone, from any culture purchase and enjoy our products. In the past few decades, Asia in general, and particularly China have developed a bad rap for ripping off products. But there are guilty parties on every side.

Anyone who knows us, knows how deep we are into what we do. We dont simply make products to make a dollar. We make stuff we want in our own shop, stuff that works sweetly, then make extras for all our fellow woodworking enthusiasts. Thats our business model in one sentence. So when someone takes your idea and turns it into a strictly commercial enterprise, made solely for the purpose of making money, it leaves an extremely bad taste in our mouths. Those who say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery miss the point that flattery by definition is insincere praise used to further ones own interests.

To the people at the China-based Riverside Tree Woodworking Club and those at T. Deer you seem to have the skills and means, we encourage you to develop your own products and designs to add value and diversity to the woodworking world.

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Spotlight Series: FARLEY AND LOETSCHER MANUFACTURING COMPANY

This is the first in what we hope will be a series of interesting posts on various topics related to woodworking or handcrafts.

FARLEY AND LOETSCHER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Once the largest mill working plant in the world! Dubuque, Iowa.

Farley and Loetscher began humbly on January 1, 1875 when Christian LOETSCHER, a twenty-five-year-old Swiss immigrant, opened a mill working business.

One of many expansions of the company occurred in 1882 at a cost of between $25,000 and $30,000. The saw mill was removed and that part of the business abandoned. The plans called for the buildings to extend from 8th to 7th streets. The warehouse would be on 7th street and join the business office which was to be moved to the corner of 7th street and an alley. At that time, the companys business had grown to such a degree that local lumberyards could not supply enough lumber. The problem was solved when Farley & Loetscher contracted for one million board feet of lumber from sites in Wisconsin.

Loetscher pioneered the use of west coast white pine lumber in 1900 as the company branched out to markets around St. Louis, Missouri; Chicago, Illinois; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and Des Moines, Iowa. In 1903 capitalization of the company was increased to $400,000 through the sale of bonds. Farley & Loetscher then invested a small amount in McCloud River Lumber Company of California. This company was then contracted for an annual production of ten million board feet of ponderosa lumber.

Experimentation was being done by the millwork companies at this time. As the pine forests of Michigan were depleted, some millworks along the Mississippi experimented with spruce. This was discontinued when large millworks introduced ponderosa pine which was not rot resistant and needed treating. After being kiln dried, it was seasoned. Southern pine was rejected because of its high moisture content.

In 1905 the company announced the construction of a solid block of buildings in Dubuque. The firm asked the city council to vacate the alley running through the block bounded by Jackson, Washington, Seventh and Eighth streets. It also asked for the right to lay track and switch to the right of the proposed new building. Business was slowing by 1908 and Farley & Loetscher only kept the California sawmill crews busy for seven or eight months. Once the lumbermen who owned the trees in California opened their own mills, the Farley & Loetscher mills were sold with most of the employees returning to Dubuque.

In 1910 records indicated that the company annually produced 500,000 windows and 300,000 doors. In addition the company manufactured frames, mouldings, blinds, stairwork and interior finish. Between 1,200 and 1,500 carloads of lumber were used annually. The company owned and operated its own electric light company and maintained a crew of electricians to care for it and the telephone systems used in the plant. Nothing went to waste. Wooden shavings were advertised for those interested in horse bedding.

By 1927, when the company was led by J. A. Loetscher, Christians son, the firm occupied buildings covering twenty-three acres. The company also maintained subsidiary companies. Loetscher and Burch Manufacturing Company operated in Des Moines. Another subsidiary was Roberts Sash and Door Company of Chicago.

The company in 1930 was an employer of between eight hundred and nine hundred people. The seven company buildings covered five city blocks. Each of the buildings, except for three warehouses, were connected by bridges that crossed over the streets.

One of the structures was the largest building in Dubuque until the development of the JOHN DEERE DUBUQUE WORKS. In 1904 Christian Loetscher attended the St. Louis Exposition and bought forty huge timbers, each 13 by 11 inches and up to sixty feet in length, when the exhibition buildings were being dismantled. These were shipped back to Dubuque and used in the construction of a building described as the largest lumber shed in the world. Thirty-two timbers were placed around the perimeter of the cupola while eight were spaced at intervals along the center of the building. In 1930 this building easily stored 6 million feet of lumber.

Years before recycling became known, Farley and Loetscher gathered waste chunks of wood and all the sawdust. This was transported to the roof of one of the buildings to a funnel-shaped named the hog. There the material was ground to fine dust which was carried to the basement. Specially designed boilers received the dust from a moving track. When burned this dust provided all the heat for the buildings.

The companys electricity was generated by a dynamo within the plant. Unlike some companies of the time, however, there was no commissary so nearby businesses benefited from the purchases of food.

A plastics division was added to the companys line in the early 1930s. This produced laminated plastics for decorative and industrial uses and once occupied three acres of floor space. (23) A newspaper article of 1930 especially praised a new product Formica which resisted heat, cold and water.

In 1942 the company qualified for an Honor Flag. Issued by the Treasury Department, the flag was issued on the basis of a companys employees participating in buying United States War Savings Bonds. More than 1,100 employees were purchasing bonds through payroll deduction according to Dubuque County War Bond Committee representatives.

The end of WORLD WAR II meant that the production of doors, windows, and other supplies that had gone to the military simply shifted to civilian use. There was no need to replace equipment or retrain employees. The only problem was the need in 1944 to hire four hundred more employees due to the demand for products. In addition to new homes, surveys nationwide indicated that 34% of homeowners were planning renovations. FARLITE, a plastic sold to the government for use in signal corps radio equipment and table tops, would be provided for civilian use.

Farley & Loetscher products include the main staircase of the DUBUQUE COUNTY COURTHOUSE; display cases for the ROSHEK DEPARTMENT STORE; millwork for the U. S. Navy torpedo boat Ericsson and Revenue Cutter Windom; the interior of the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C.; and the outer doors of the main chambers of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D. C.

In addition to being the first millwork in the city to utilize ponderosa pine and recycle byproducts including sawdust, Farley & Loetscher was the first factory in the city to have electric lighting and the first to be equipped with an automatic sprinkling system. Around 1903, the company was the first in the city to install a telephone switchboard.

More info at:Encyclopedia Dubuqueand a new book on the company released just this year:WOOD- The History of the Farley & Loetscher Manufacturing Company, Once the Largest Millwork Company in the World, Authored by Carole Loetscher

This is our first run of a planned several set series of vintage themed stickers. Some of you may recognize at least one of these from a set of cards we issued years ago as a promotion for one of the wood shows we exhibited at. We had mostly forgotten about those neat cards were it not for seeing a set at our brother from another mothers house, Narayan Nayar.

So here they are, the first set of three. These are reprints from 19th and early 20th century cigarette cards, once included with a pack of cigs to stiffen the pack and provide a little amusement. We had considered including a stick of pink gum too but alas no one does those anymore.

These should be ready to ship on our website Thursday morning. Price will be $6.00 for all three. Get a set, stick em on your tool chest or anywhere you want to add some character. 2×4.

Judgement Day Has Arrived, we welcome our robot overlords….

Well, long in the tooth is an understatement here lately.

Judging, not so much by our friends and patrons, from whom we still get the occasional kudos for our website, but by the mellifluous and subtly patronizing emails we receive in the dozens per week from all those

from far away lands that so generously offer their expertise, time and energy,

, to pointing out how beautiful and effective our website is while at the same time, in the kindest manner, how crappy, how antiquated, how 1999 it is. Like Lloyd Christmas were tired of our website eking its way through life, we want to see it flourish and grow.

So weve been working on the new site for the last year. All of the text has been pored over, some of it rewritten by our resident wordsmith. Some of the principle photography,

no idea what that means but it sounds good

, has been re-shot, and the entire look and structure of the site has been properly coded. We used real code this time finagled by a real person who has put in a lot of time bolstered and fueled by uncountable Jacks pepperoni pizzas.

The site now looks all grown up but we hope, not too flash. The links all work, we think, the days of telling customers youre looking at a cached version…..no no, add an l on the end of htm……you cant get to that page from there, that link is wrong, go to this website then hit crtl f5 and it will take you to another website that holds the older version which will redirect you to one of our vendors, their site has the correct link back to our website…… We have a proper cart, something we introduced earlier this year but is now even better, and an account login if you choose. Weve added a static header that remains in its proper place without some kind of incremental shift in the wrong direction every time you click on a link because the previous Webmaster was way closer to a Dungeon Master than a real coder (actually most previous DMs are probably pretty good webmasters,……not this one hes way closer to the attributes of a Barbarian than a magic user, hits points high, intelligence points not so much). The home page has one of those fancy rotating carousel image things thats mostly annoying but weve kept it toned down a bit. Weve added an

page that still doesnt say much but should satisfy anyone who still thinks were a family of hicks making an odd vise here or there while sitting on the divan watching our stories and suckin on ribs….hey wait a minute…..

So thanks to the crew at Benchcrafted that allowed me to finally upgrade to Windows 10 for fear that ditching Windows 7 would have rendered my copy of Dreamweaver 4 inoperable, the most shocking bit being that the copyright on the splash screen is 1997-2000!. So yes, I guess we have been coding like its 1999. I hope I never again have to code a single line or think about cascading somebodys style sheet, or render a layer and convert it to a table.

And in the vein of getting current……..just like Signor Roberto we would like to say the rent stay lika before! but unfortunately it cant. We only really raised prices 1 time in 10 years! There have been a couple small adjustments in those years but the current M series Tail Vise is only $10 more than it was 6 years ago or more, and that was an off the shelf handwheel not the current custom cast unit. The Glide M is only $100 more than it was 6 years ago, again with an off the shelf wheel……..but it now includes a Crisscross which is $100 so it hasnt actually risen in price at all, and that after adding a custom wheel and 3x knobs. Mag-bloks have only gone up $3 & $5 respectively…….ever! So expect some increases in the next few weeks across the board mostly. We had wanted to get the increases in before we launched the new site but it will just have to happen in spurts sometime between now and January. Dont get too worrisome though, the increases for the most part will be small.

Next up: the blog is getting a face lift too, but that wont happen for a few more days yet.

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Discussion inDigital Printingstarted byRiskokOct 11, 2017.

This is so strange. I have sold a lot of dome stickers but this time they are losing color and not just during a year or two but in weeks. Can anyone tell me why? Im not the one producing them and they say that they have been produced according to all standards etc.

Many thanks for all tips and tricks!

Wow thats very strange. I would guess theyre possibly using water based inks or the resin has somehow reacted with the ink?

Either way its unusual. Even if printed with a water based ink you would think the doming resin would provide some UV protection.

The supplier has seen that picture and stands by the fact that the process is identical? Id say someone down the line is making things up.

Yes it feels rely rely strange. Does any one know how to test dome stickers rely hard? Whit like a UV light or something else?

Unless you have a lab that can do accelerated environmental testing, your testing is done in the field. I tend to agree with RJ that the resin is interacting with the inks (personally, I like the darker look though

). In any case, Ive got a domed decal I did on my truck as a test bed.. been there four years and it still looks the same. Surface is a little more dull, but thats expected.

There is a hint in the photo. At the edge where the dome resin is not as thick as the rest of the sticker

the orange colour has not faded as much. that would indicate that it is the resin has reacted with the ink ( where it is thinner there is less reaction) so the things to look at are:

has there been enough dry time of the print prior to doming.

has the resin been mixed accurately and correctly

is there a standing time required for the resin prior to pouring that was missed

i dont have an exact reason but you are correct that the resin has had an adverse reaction with the ink. we have had different things happen over the years with dome labels. for the most part they are ok but we have had a resin that turned yellowish over time. we have had a faded color like that (that was with an epson desktop inkjet printer so assuming water based ink) and i have had the dome pull off from the label when i domed uv printed labels. since the uv ink doesnt penetrate the material the resin caused it to delaminate. thats the only one i had an answer for, sorry

There is a hint in the photo. At the edge where the dome resin is not as thick as the rest of the sticker

the orange colour has not faded as much. that would indicate that it is the resin has reacted with the ink ( where it is thinner there is less reaction) so the things to look at are:

has there been enough dry time of the print prior to doming.

has the resin been mixed accurately and correctly

is there a standing time required for the resin prior to pouring that was missed

i dont have an exact reason but you are correct that the resin has had an adverse reaction with the ink. we have had different things happen over the years with dome labels. for the most part they are ok but we have had a resin that turned yellowish over time. we have had a faded color like that (that was with an epson desktop inkjet printer so assuming water based ink) and i have had the dome pull off from the label when i domed uv printed labels. since the uv ink doesnt penetrate the material the resin caused it to delaminate. thats the only one i had an answer for, sorry

Many thanks to both of you for the help! I will try and figure out what happened here because its rely strange that it did happen in the first place.

do you do the doming your self or sub it out?

we use a company called development assoc. if its a large order (more than 50-100 pc ) we sub it out to them but they also offer a dome at home kit which we use for smaller orders or for rush orders to get a partial out. we have never had any issues with the doming they use or their home kit other than the uv ink problem.

do you do the doming your self or sub it out?

we use a company called development assoc. if its a large order (more than 50-100 pc ) we sub it out to them but they also offer a dome at home kit which we use for smaller orders or for rush orders to get a partial out. we have never had any issues with the doming they use or their home kit other than the uv ink problem.

Like you I do both. This time it was alot so you need the big machines. I did alot of diffrent ones but I think this is the only one doing this so it must be the epoxy.

Like you I do both. This time it was alot so you need the big machines. I did alot of diffrent ones but I think this is the only one doing this so it must be the epoxy.

just to clarify when the uv printed labels peeled from the doming it was a pull in coverage so there was nothing for the epoxy to bit in to bu the ink so it pulled away from the material.

if you are just doing a label with some text it shouldnt be a problem

development associates does a good job with their doming and not expensive.

we print the labels, ship to them and they ship back when done. and i think the kit i use in house cost like $100 to start and then the cart.s are like $15 each after that

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