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    Laser Dark FreeStuff Winner

    The Winner is John W Richards

    John, contact Lee Biddle to arrange for shipping of your prize.

    Lee Biddle has donated the following for a FreeStuff Drawing.
    The winners name will be drawn on July 8th, 2105 at noon.
    You must be a Contributor and post in this thread if you would like your name to be included in this drawing.


    Laser Dark LLC.


    Laser Dark set which includes:
    1 Laser Dark - Dark Brown
    1 Laser Dark - Black
    1 Laser Dark - Finish Coat
    1 12" roll of R-Conform 4075RLA Masking Tape
    A value of $79.95.


    Brief Description of the product:

    Laser Dark is an easy-to-use, semi-transparent coloring spray for enhancing
    the laser-engraved area on most types of wood. The simple two-step process
    enables users to take what would normally be an illegible laser-engraved
    plaque and make it into an easily-readable presentation piece. Simply follow
    the steps in the video or read our How To Use page, and you can learn how to
    save your company money without remaking plaques and wasting valuable time.
    Customers will notice the quality difference in plaques that do not have
    Laser Dark applied as compared to others with it.

    Also included is the best masking tape we could find. It tears and cuts
    easily and has the perfect amount of adhesive. Enough to protect the plaque
    from bleeding between the tape and the plaque and not so much that it's hard
    to remove.

    Contact info:

    www.laserdark.com
    Laser Dark LLC
    2425 Seymour Rd, Eau Claire, WI, 54703
    715-839-8666

    Due to federal shipping regulations, only shipping addresses the in 48
    continental united states are eligible.
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    Last edited by Keith Outten; 07-08-2015 at 7:05 PM.

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    Always wanted to try out the Laser Dark product.. sign me up!
    Bruce Clumpner
    Brandon Services Laser Engraving
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    Count me in...

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    Count me in
    Thanks!!
    Steve Kinnaird
    Florida's Space Coast
    Have built things from wood for years, will finally have a shop setup by Sept. 2015 !! OK, maybe by February LOL

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    It's a great product, comes in handy when the desired burn just doesn't happen. I'm in.
    Tim
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    Count me in.
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    Lee

    Thanks for the donation.
    Mike Null

    St. Louis Laser, Inc.

    Trotec Speedy 300, 80 watt
    Woodworking shop CLTT and Laser Sublimation
    Evolis Card Printer
    CorelDraw X5

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    Count me in.
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    Assortment of custom tooling , shears & punches, heat bender.
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    Yes count me in to always wanted to try it.
    If the Help and advice you received here was of any VALUE to you PLEASE! Become a Contributor
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    count me in please
    Trotec Speedy 360 80 watt laser
    Custom CNC router 4' x 5'
    GrapthTec FC7000-75 vinyl cutter
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    I'd like to give it a try.
    Bill Carruthers, Rarotonga, Cook Islands
    Shenhui G350- 60W; + Hengchunyuan 1300x900 100W EFR , CNC router 40x60, Lightburn fan, RDCam , Coreldraw 12, Photograv 3, Scroll saw, and not enough time to play with all of them!

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    If this is like the old political adage of "vote early, vote often", count me in multiple times. ;-) Aside from the jest, thanks Lee. I have also wanted to give it a try.
    VLS4.60 30W

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    add me to the list too please
    Universal v-460 50 watt with rotary
    CorelDraw x6, Photograv 3
    Garage full of wood working tools

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    Count me in.
    joe

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    Count me in. Thank you.

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