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looking forward to you report.
It takes a long time to dye but it will take the dye! It dyes just like Lat 64's Gold Line. I think think this is due to how hard the plastic is. It is worth the extra time in the dye process!
My wife is having a birthday this Monday.
I am throwing a Birthday Tournament called the "Stormie Open".
One of the prizes is gonna be a Ti Buzz with a Dye Job of
"Stormie Open 2012".
And thanks to you, I know that it can be done.
First a dream for my Dad and now, testing of Ti plastics dye.
I am stoked.
no problem... another thing... be very conscious of the raised portions on the disc... they are susceptible to bleeds
Ti Discs can be dyed. As "Wickesd Dyes" pointed out, it takes longer to dye and their "Stamp" is raised
(which limits what you can dye on the disc. Here is my job of a Dyed Ti Buzz.
It was created for my wife's Birthday Party Tournament called the
If it is a success, I plan on continuing the tradition and making it bigger every year.
Hmmm.... I thought nothing could be raised on the top of the disc. I'm just guessing that this is pdga approved though. I wonder if this will slightly effect the flight?
it's more of a texture than an actual raised area
Maybe u r right and it just felt raised because of the texture. I'm sure people smarter than me r creating these discs. :)