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  1. Tesla model 3, S, X, interior patterns available. Easy way to up-sell make more money. You can buy them on www.windowtintandkits.com. You can download EPS file, open with current cutting software and cut. #window #tint #windowtint #windowtintkits #windowtintandkits #patterns #tesla#tesla3#teslas#teslaX
  2. Tesla model 3, S, X, interior patterns available. Easy way to up-sell make more money. You can buy them on www.windowtintandkits.com. You can download EPS file, open with current cutting software and cut. #window #tint #windowtint #windowtintkits #windowtintandkits #patterns #tesla#tesla3#teslas#teslaX
  3. Hello, I uploaded one more video and I wanted to share. Any feedback would be appreciate, thanks in advance.
  4. Thanks, TINT SLAYER for the feedback. I hope you enjoy it and anymore feedback , or if anyone has any advice or comment please share.
  5. How to scan your own tint patterns on scanner

    Cool!!! If you would like to try a few that I have already made go to https://www.windowtintandkits.com/product-category/window-tint-patterns/ I have 4 and im working on two more. If you don't like them, you can rate and let everyone know how much you liked them or if they stink you can let them know too.
  6. How to scan your own tint patterns on scanner

    Yes. The point is to create your own patterns as EPS files. With an EPS file you can open in any plotter software and print.
  7. How to scan your own tint patterns on scanner

    Awesome, thanks for the support. If you do any scans by yourself, I would like to encourage you to upload to www.windowtintandkits.com from there you can share for free or sell. You will have to register to become a vendor. If you upload here, we can rate and comment on the patterns.
  8. How to scan your own tint patterns on scanner

    Yes. The point is to create your own patterns as EPS files. With an EPS file you can open in any plotter software and print.
  9. How to scan your own tint patterns on scanner

    Thanks man, I appreciate the reply. I was actually thinking the same thing with bigger sheets. Just need to find where they sell it, but ill look around. That is actually a great idea. I have tried qtr windows removing the liner and sticking it on regular printing paper and it turned out to be the best scan. So if you can get bigger paper and stick the tint on it you can get the best scan of the image. Yeah, I should be able to select more but I got lazy. I am using Adobe Illustrator. I actually also have a different way of scanning too, and I just need to finish the videos, but I will upload as soon as I can. I will show you how I do the sides windows a different way, and I will also show how to do the back window too. Thanks for the feed back.
  10. Hello, I just wanted to share my new video. I just want to see if I should voice over it or if most people get it with out the voice over? Any feed back would be great but at the beginning of video I’m just preparing film to be scanned so that it won’t jam and you get the best quality for image.
  11. Create your own EPS file.

    Hello, I just wanted to share my new YouTube video. I’m hoping to show window Tinter’s how to create their own window tint patterns. I’m working on creating a new video on how to scan your own side windows and back window too, hope you enjoy! But I’m also wondering if anyone has seen a video on you tube or know of one that shows you how to scan your own window tint patterns, and create your own patterns? Or would mine be the first?
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