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    Hi, ERTHK, may I know how such prints are done? I would love to get some shirts with prints, and I do hope this ship within malaysia...

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    Hi clamz, if you read back at the first page, you will find that almost all the information you need are already mentioned there.

    Yup, the name blocks are shipped to your doorstep by Pos Laju if you are located within Malaysia. If you are located overseas, it will be shipped by registered tracking number airmail shipping.

    Hope the info helps.

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    Default More Photos...upload some when I'm free ^_^V

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    Hey, can you design this with my name??

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    Hi Cheetah, drop an email at pimp_my_jersey@yahoo.com

    he'll quote you a price, but you'd have to specify how you want your name print to be (name, country, logo etc) hope this helps.

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    and he'll send it like those in the picture above?

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    Yes, then you'll have to find a shop with a professional heat pressing machine to put the name prints on the back of your own shirts.

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    awesome nice thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERTHK View Post
    Attachment 90944Attachment 90945Attachment 90946Attachment 90947Attachment 90948Attachment 90949

    Pictures uploaded upon a friend's request.

    I like the quality of the name print & its material is also top grade
    ERTHK, may I know what type of fonts are used for the printing of the Malaysian and Indonesian jerseys? Is it Arial Black? The fonts look different from the Sunrise version.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post1632121

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    The Taufik Hidayat shirts you posted, is it from a few years back? the print looks like the ones used before 2009

    because there's no dot in between the names anymore, also the name thickness is smaller than country's thickness now. The thickness used to be the same a few years ago, but not anymore.

    Nope, of course it's not arial black font

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    This picture should help me to explain it better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    ERTHK, may I know what type of fonts are used for the printing of the Malaysian and Indonesian jerseys? Is it Arial Black? The fonts look different from the Sunrise version.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post1632121
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERTHK View Post
    The Taufik Hidayat shirts you posted, is it from a few years back? the print looks like the ones used before 2009

    because there's no dot in between the names anymore, also the name thickness is smaller than country's thickness now. The thickness used to be the same a few years ago, but not anymore.

    Nope, of course it's not arial black font
    Those shirts are just from the Taufik clothing line, could be a few years old as I haven't seen anything new posted since it was introduced ...
    Of course if you want accurate printing you should find out which shirts had what printing instead of just using the latest on everything. Then again, badminton has along way to go in replica terms so people will probably be pleased to have something, anything on.
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    Camel Sports is selling DIY kits now too I saw a while back but don't know how accurate or quality the print is: http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=9105648042
    The flags are not the same in any case as on the real thing, minor detail but the ones they have you can get anywhere "flag patch *insert country name". Names look good, print material looks a little thin for the sponsor "patches"/printing as you can easily see the fabric pressing through ...

    But it's yet another step closer to the real thing

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    If they close the gap in between the YY logo, it will looked better. Not bad looking though.

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    Sorry to say this....I will delete my previous post if I can, because after I have seen the close pictures on Camel Sports, again I'm sorry to say this but they are not good looking at all, the sponsors print will fade or crack after a few washes because it's materials are so thin...omg.

    I don't even want to start mention the name print. Please don't get me wrong - this is NOT a smear campaign. Go to the link provided by demolidor & see for yourself.

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    ERTHK, what about these apparels? would be interesting to hear your comments and if they meet your printing standards
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post1632792

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    Hi Sealman, shouldn't you be asking ara? he has those shirts in hand, he should be able to answer your questions.

    In my opinion, yes, they are good quality prints. Looks like heat transfer prints to me, but I can't be 100% sure.

    Hope the info helps.

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