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post #166 of 189
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Originally Posted by tm-treats

Hello!

I'm about to purchase a projector. Do you have any discount/ coupon codes that I can use? icon_smile.gif Might as well save a bit money! icon_smile.gif



For Madison Art use Code 4 for 4% off (that's the max they allow.)
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post #167 of 189
Well she's done it -- Sweetopia has an AWESOME KopyKake projector tutorial in her site: http://sweetopia.net/2010/06/decorating-cookies-with-a-kopykake-projector/
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post #168 of 189
I just saw it and it's absolutely amazing!!
post #169 of 189
Sweetopia is awesome! I love her tutorial!!!! It helped me make up my mind.....I'm buying me a Kopykake today! Woohoo! icon_biggrin.gif
post #170 of 189
Pls help me decideI have read all the pages in this thread and yet cant decide between getting a projector or edible image printer. I am leaning more towards getting the projector but hubby thinks that I am better off getting the printer.so, pls pls help me decide.
post #171 of 189
I decorate cookies also. I bought a printer 2 yrs ago. It has been great, I can copy logo's for people, pix, clip art. I just recently got a projector. I've only used it a couple times so far. It allows me to copy pictures that I can't freehand. At this point for me the printer has been perfect, becausewith a projector I could never do the logo's and the pix customers ask for. I guess it depends on what your customers have been asking for. Hurry up and get one of them, so you can start saving for the other.
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post #172 of 189
That's exactly what i did!
post #173 of 189
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Originally Posted by Bluesea

Pls help me decideI have read all the pages in this thread and yet cant decide between getting a projector or edible image printer. I am leaning more towards getting the projector but hubby thinks that I am better off getting the printer.so, pls pls help me decide.



What kinds of orders are you getting? If you get lots of logos, you are better off with a printer. In my area it's just cheaper for me to get the occasional edible image printed up at the local cake shop. But if you want to do any kind of graphic art image transfers, you're better off with a projector.
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post #174 of 189
Tks for your replies guys. Not much logos...most of my orders are for childrens..cartoon characters. It costs abt $15 to print out an A4 edible image from a supplier where i live. I also do cookies and cupcakes.
post #175 of 189
Does anyone own the KOPYRITE KR100 Cake decorating PROJECTOR? (I'm trying to post a picture of it but it won't let me)

Here's a link for it:
http://www.madisonartshop.com/kokrcadepr.html


I'm trying to decide which one to get.

Thanks.
post #176 of 189
hi i bought my kopykake k1000 at Madison after i read the early post here and used it only once and i want to sell it because im going back to school and dont have the time to use it. what do you think i should price it at?
post #177 of 189
Bought myself a Kopykake 1000K for my birthday. Ok, the bday isn't untill the 14th but hey, I want it here and up and going on that day icon_lol.gif
It shipped out today and I just can't wait to play. It is used and I got it off of eBay for a fraction of the cost retail.

For those of you that use it do you have any tips or tricks to share with me? Please???? icon_biggrin.gif

I just bought some small squeeze bottles with the interchangeable tips and I have lots of brushes...what else might I need??
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post #178 of 189
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Originally Posted by crazyladybaker

Bought myself a Kopykake 1000K for my birthday. Ok, the bday isn't untill the 14th but hey, I want it here and up and going on that day icon_lol.gif
It shipped out today and I just can't wait to play. It is used and I got it off of eBay for a fraction of the cost retail.

For those of you that use it do you have any tips or tricks to share with me? Please???? icon_biggrin.gif

I just bought some small squeeze bottles with the interchangeable tips and I have lots of brushes...what else might I need??
thanks thumbs_up.gif



I trace the design onto the cookie with the help of the projector, then do the decorating as usual. I don't like to spend a ton of time under the lamp. So you could invest in a nice set of Americolor food markers. They come in 10 different colors, and work great. If the idea of using a graphite pencil on cookies doesn't bother you, they work great and are obviously a whole lot cheaper! The graphite is "a completely natural substance that is neither toxic or harmful when ingested". Just make sure it's not an artist's lead pencil!
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post #179 of 189
graphite pencils...never heard of these but they sound very interesting. I am going now to Google them icon_lol.gif
Thanks so much!! thumbs_up.gif
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post #180 of 189
I got mine (K1000) several months ago off of Craigs List. I've had lots of interest in my wedding stick figure cookies... they're different and not something you'd see every day. I'm doing 150 for a wedding in October (stick figure b&g on a motorcycle) and 200 next July (b&g walking their dog). I can't draw, not even stick figures!, so my projector has really come in handy! Here's a few other samples I've done...
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