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    Quote Originally Posted by liddokun View Post
    I made the card myself. You can download the stencil from the Yonex UK website. I printed it out, cut it out, and then put onto a harder surface.

    http://www.yonex.co.uk/Badminton/Page.aspx?ID=189
    Thanks a lot !!!

    Thanks to you I directly printed the card on a resistant/hard paper and I just have to cut it out right now

    My friends are gonna be happy now. They will have the Yonex logo on their racquets. (It won't change their level anyway )

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    haha...well...if the logo on the strings gives them a confidence boost, maybe it does change their level of play. It's all in the head. your welcome, by the way.

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    can anyone help me out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlinkNdSmashed View Post
    can anyone help me out?
    Prefer stencil ink. However, for frequent / hard hitting players, a permenant marker can do the job as well. They going to break the string long before any chemical show significant effect on strings.

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    but is acrylic paint ok to use on the strings?

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    i don't think it's a problem...though i could be wrong. one thing i have noticed is that acrylic paints come off pretty easily. (i mean it scrapes off pretty easily)

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    I have no clue personally, I just used the ink from the ink/yonex logo stencil kit that you can buy.

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    oh, can you just buy it in those yonex suppliers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abe Sani View Post

    Brilliant! sorry i don't want to be a copy cat but that's so sweet! I'm gonna stencil that in right now! what did u use? yy red paint or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin8768 View Post
    Brilliant! sorry i don't want to be a copy cat but that's so sweet! I'm gonna stencil that in right now! what did u use? yy red paint or what?

    Yeah, I used the red ink from the yonex stencil kit. the one from here
    http://www.badmintonalley.com/YONEX_...tencil-kit.htm
    although I got it from a different website at the time

    As for copying, it's fine, I don't really mind haha. I'm just glad someone likes it And I'm sure someone out there in this large world of ours has probably done something like it in the past... maybe =P

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    i did a spiral on my ns9000x, looked like a lollie

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_oro View Post
    i did a spiral on my ns9000x, looked like a lollie
    That's an awesome idea! You should post a pic Maybe I'll try that one =P

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    i would but that was last year and the strings were since cut, and i don't remember taking any pictures. sorry

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    Here are some of mine, made using Citadel model paints - water-soluble acrylic modelling paints that will not (I'm pretty sure of that!) eat into plastics
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    where did u find that stick figure... i've been trying to find a good stick figure but can't seem to find it... maybe i should just paint it on instead of bothering with a stencil =P

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    I drew the stick figure by hand on paper, stuck it onto a piece of cardboard and cut it out with a hobby knife.

    The only snag I had was I put the figure slightly off-centred on the cardboard, hence when I flipped it over to do the other side of the racket it was a bit crooked!

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    hehehe... i can't draw that well... if i tried to draw a circle it'll come out all jaggedy...hmm... if only i can find my protractor...

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