I want to make a Model T badge for the upcoming fly-in at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome. I would like one that says either "I drove a Ford Model T" or "I rode in a Ford Model T", along with a picture or two, for all the guests who ride in and drive the Ts over there. Is there anyone here who can help me?
Sadly, I am very rusty at making things like this, and I have a lot of other projects to work on that I have promised to others. I just don't have much time to relearn how to do all this and work on it.
If you print it in reverse with a laser printer onto plastic overhead projector sheets, then you can transfer the laser ink to brass sheet. The brass sheet can then be etched using a solution that you can buy at a good electronics shop for etching printed circuit boards. Hope this helps
Cameron, Get a hold of Brent Mize. He makes badges and other things like that.
Can't believe it's been eight years already but the pins below were made available at a reasonable price and a high quality. They must have been if I bought six. I forget who had them made and sold them but the envelope says "S.A.T. Enterprises" out of Farmington Hills, Michigan.
On the back of the die stamped one it reads Pincrafters.
Wish I would have seen those badges at the Centennial, I would have bought one.
U wouldn't want to sell one, would u?
Richard, sent you a PM.
As a last resort, those are on eBay Richard.
Ken, did u get my message?
Not yet. Did you send a PM or email?
Just got one that said your PC died. Nothing else.