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    Perrysport maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dokkie View Post
    Perrysport maybe?
    Could be an option. I think any store that sells replica footballshirts is a potential option and the biggest chance of offering to individuals instead of just team orders.
    I think I will order 1 or 2 this week to try out (one for a football shirt for period 2000/2002 that can't be bought and one for badminton).

    Alternatively bees-sport offers it as well but haven't tried yet. You can check out their website for more details ...

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    Yh, I thought about them as well, might be very costy I think :s
    We just need to find out at what store's it's possible, then order the squares and off wel go

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    Yep, if you have just the one shirt going to bees is just fine but when you have like 8 to do or so ... . Think I will swing by the SPORT2000 to check ...

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    How about Decathlon btw, they have a shirt service, I'm sure they have heat transfer machine.
    http://werkplaats.decathlon.nl/NL/ot...age-index.html
    On their website theres a vid, they use blocks as well, I think they can do it.

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    Can't say I've seen it at the Amsterdam one but then again has been a few years since I last went in. But if you're there you could go right on to the Ajax shop, who knows they might do it. It's not busy there anyway during the week ...
    But does look like the Arena Decathlon is an option .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dokkie View Post
    Yh, I thought about them as well, might be very costy I think :s
    We just need to find out at what store's it's possible, then order the squares and off wel go
    I don't know if you ordered already but looks like I am banned or something?! WTF?
    "Design team" , the only thing you have to is change the letters and make sure everything is centered. I bet they use illegal fonts as well/ unlicensed ones anyway since the Japan ones can't be bought anywhere ...
    Got one preview and the logo was off-center and too big so I told them and now I am persona non grata (and I changed a few times) So ALWAYS ask a preview . I asked for a few and in the end got 2/actually 1 but with different last names. Black on a black background . Anyhoo since this one was less than perfect I decided to order just one to try it out the material/glue, etc. but apparently that's not worth it. Little did they know how much I had in store to order, if good quality, on the football front ... Then again muliti-coloured ones need to be done multi-layered which is questionable(?) ...

    .......

    If you calculate it including shipping it's not all that cheap either (~€10) comparing to what limsy and others pay for their printing in Malaysia. The Claes webshop seems to do it for €2,50 per line (name is €2,50, country €2,50, logo €2,50) Perhaps they allow sending in polo's and you pay the return fee ...
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    I believe this is the preview, spent 2 hours in order to get it right.

    They are properly arranged, & the logo is purposely being arranged within the under edge of alphabet T & N, they looked fine to me & logo doesn't seem to looked too big.

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    Please en-lighten me what more can the designer do?

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    2 hours! Something like that takes me 5 minutes (ex. Sweden).
    Apparently emails won't be responded to so I had to post it here. The size is debatable but it's still off-center .
    But no worries, I'll find seomwhere else I'm sure. Perhaps even the above mentioned Decathlon with own designs, then I won't have to point out the other flaws ... but 90% won't care about them. They're just happy to walk around with a Gade, etc. on the back. In the collector's scene it's called: Jersey foul!

    I have half a mind reporting this post as advertising. Pretending you are unattached to "them" in the first few posts as well
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    edit: "The size is debatable (I was comparing it to "Korea" and the 5-letter last name which made it look much bigger but I guess the Korea letters are wider) but it's still off-center ."

    " ... ; then I won't have to point out the other flaws in a few here ... but 90% won't care about them"

    Anyway, good luck with the business. It's a good service I'm sure and 90-95% accurate. Let's call it replica vs player's version .
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    demolidor, I don't really understand what point you are trying to prove here?

    It is the within the "Under Edge" of alphabet T & N , look closely on this pic, it is purposely arranged that way.

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    As far as I know, it's so minor details, it's like asking a racquet stringer to adjust every line he string at the racquet to be perfectly straight, you know what I mean?

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    Demolidor,

    I will not close nor delete this thread at this point.

    Your user feedback is useful. The thread has two differing opinions. It is common knowledge know that sometimes customer expectations are not the same as seller's products. If the seller cannot provide a product to your standard, then both have o move on. A potential vendor can refuse to buy and vice versa.

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    Lin dan tru cool aka Jacky will love this though

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    Hi George, If I'm not wrong, you have done some name blocks printing on your shirt?

    Mind sharing some photos? just curious to see how the PU print looks on your shirt

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    Just got the prints last week, quality is really good. Here's some pics for you guys:
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