Image Transfers is the Best Resource for Industrial Designers

Have you been searching for a source to help you with your prototypes?

Image transfers makes custom dry rub down transfers

This model was made authentic by using custom dry rub-down transfers from Image Transfers

Visit imagetransfers.com. Our company creates custom dry transfers from client artwork or we can create artwork for you.

We know there are many reasons to use custom dry transfers. Transfers can be used to get your marketing materials ready for a new product launch. With rub down transfers it’s easy to add logos and detail to your 3D model so that it reflects exactly what the manufactured product will look like. Photography, printed material and website details of the product can all be done to promote your product launch.

milwaukee-tool-prototype-transfers-2Do you need help presenting a product to a focus group? Applying custom rubdowns will give you a realistic looking finished product. Maybe you want to show a foil on your beauty boxes. Transfers can be done in a variety of foil colors.

Over the past 12 years we’ve become the largest maker of custom dry transfers in North America.

axe-prototype-modelIn announcing this achievement we decided to change our website URL from .net to https://imagetransfers.com

With our imagetransfers.com website our goal is to make it as easy as possible to fulfill a need for dry transfers for Industrial Designers, Package Designers and 3D Prototype Modelers. It is very easy to work with us. Just drag and drop artwork on our website, choose your preferred shipping option and receive a final custom dry transfer in your hands in as little as 24 hours.

Feel confident in ordering custom transfers from us.

lawtonOur rubdowns are available in many different colors, matching to the Pantone Graphic palette or Crown Roll Leaf and Kurz Foil palettes.

Since adhesive is only on the image area once applied the artwork looks like it is printed right on your surface. There will be no adhesive residue.

martha-stewart-weddings-book-cover-transferOur staff consists of production and graphic artists so we know how important color match and correct artwork is.

We have also expanded our locations, with an ImageTransfersWest location to better serve our West coast customers in addition to our New York studio. We want your project to turn out perfect.

If you are interested in trying our rub on transfers and unsure how to proceed we will be happy to help, we can even send you some sample.

Image Transfers has been in business since 2004 when Marek Kozusznik and Luann LaRussa decided to form a partnership. Both have a long history of working with pre-press, graphic software and color matching. Visit https://imagetransfers.com for more information and a published price list or call the studio at (212) 928-7987.

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Custom Transfers for Model Airplane Enthusiasts!

our custom transfers are color-matched and guaranteed to be museum or gallery quality screen printed chromatecs

Attention all model makers and model airplane enthusiasts. Image Transfers specializes in printing custom dry rub down transfers for any job, large or small. Visit: https://imagetransfers.com

Image transfers makes custom dry rub down transfers

This model was made authentic by using a custom dry rub-down transfer from Image Transfers

Image Transfers Are Experts in Color Matching

Our production artists are experts at matching PMS colors for your transfers. They also back those colors with white so when the transfers are applied the color stays true. This is part of our normal service and there is no additional charge for backing with white.
A custom dry rubdown transfer being applied to a clean surface with a burnishing tool
To see more of our work, check out the Image Transfers website at https://imagetransfers.com and also look for us on Facebook

Classic Yacht Models uses Imagetransfers.net

“At Classic Yacht Models we have been pushing the limits of detail and quality for decades and Image Transfers has come through for us every time with outstanding graphic transfers.””Image Transfers has proven themselves over and over with

fast and reliable turn around times for our graphic transfers and the customer service is wonderful.”It is a pleasure to offer a testimonial fromwww.yachtmodels.comRob Eddy & Reuben Brown

A scale model of a sailing boat that uses our custom dry rubdown transfers for the boat's name.

Visit our webpage at https://imagetransfers.com

 

Clock Faces and Instrument Panel Interfaces by Imagetransfers.net

There are so many ways to use our dry transfers. One of our clients customizes clock faces. He offers many options; from hand painted faces to gold painted scrolls. If his clients want their names added, he uses our high quality dry transfers. They can be ordered in any color, in any font and application is easy!

Examples of Custom Dry Rub-down Transfers

Here’s a photo of some transfers we recently did. If you have ordered from us in the past you might have received your transfers on a translucent slick. We have improved our supplies and now produce our transfers on a clear slick. Application of our transfers just got easier. This new substrate allows easier viewing of placement for application. All you need is a burnisher or #2 dull pencil and you are set to go. FYI: We back all our transfers with white ink so they stay true to the color you specify after applying.
A custom dry rubdown transfer being applied to a clean surface with a burnishing tool

3D Creative Services Uses Dry Rub-Down Transfers from Imagetransfers!

Image Transfers produced two/color dry transfers for Travis Best, of 3D Creative Services. Please read about the project below and visit our client’s FaceBook page for more photos and details on the project.http://www.facebook.com/3dcreativeservices?ref=hl

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Luann,
Hello, Dan from 3D here. We spoke a LONG time ago about the below mentioned WWII P51D Mustang Fighter plane called Cripes A’ Mighty 3rd… I know you have been working with Travis on this project and I wanted to let you know that I / we feel you did an amazing job! Thank You!This is a scale model of a WWII P-51D Mustang built for the son of the pilot/owner of this plane; the late Col. Gene Stocker. We paid impeccable attention to detail when replicating his father’s plane. We so respected this project from a patriotic stand point as well as a sons stand point. So we went the extra mile here. My customer had no idea that we threw in the base with a collogue of old precious photos of his father in and around the plane as well as flying it! We also decided to give him a glass dust cover and then suspend the plane from the case as if it were flying. We gave it retractable landing gear. We paid super close attention to the paint scheme which made it unique as his father’s plane. When I say we paid close attention to detail on the paint scheme, I meant it! You can’t even read the text with the naked eye! But when magnified its as clear and sharp as can be!! There were no stock fonts that we could just purchase and use to replicate the Hand Painted work done on the plane… and nothing “close enough” would meet our high standards! So we PAIN STAKINGLY hand crafted all the artwork in scale working from old photosThanks!
Dan French

Photo: Image Transfers produced two/color dry transfers for Travis Best, of 3D Creative Services. Dan from 3D here. We spoke a LONG time ago about the below mentioned WWII P51D Mustang Fighter plane called Cripes A’ Mighty 3rd…  I know you have been working with Travis on this project and I wanted to let you know that I / we feel you did an amazing job!  Thank You!

This is a scale model of a WWII P-51D Mustang built for the son of the pilot/owner of this plane; the late Col. Gene Stocker. We paid impeccable attention to detail when replicating his father’s plane. We so respected this project from a patriotic stand point as well as a sons stand point. So we went the extra mile here. My customer had no idea that we threw in the base with a collogue of old precious photos of his father in and around the plane as well as flying it! We also decided to give him a glass dust cover and then suspend the plane from the case as if it were flying. We gave it retractable landing gear. We paid super close attention to the paint scheme which made it unique as his father’s plane. When I say we paid close attention to detail on the paint scheme, I meant it! You can’t even read the text with the naked eye! But when magnified its as clear and sharp as can be!! There were no stock fonts that we could just purchase and use to replicate the Hand Painted work done on the plane… and nothing “close enough” would meet our high standards! So we PAIN STAKINGLY hand crafted all the artwork in scale working from old photos