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    Serious question here

    When making your own tail... Where do you find the fabric that you can get your tail design printed on it n sent to you so all you have to do is cut it out and sew it. Like the ones u see online to buy already made... I don't have that kind of money so I'm gonna make my own.

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    Are you just referring to fabric with Printed scales or are you referring to tails such as the FinFolk fabric tails or Mertailor that are full tails printing? You may wish to clarify as they are two very different things.

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    My bad i mean The full tail printing full thing not just scales so yes like finfolk

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    https://www.contrado.com/custom-neop...abric-printing

    This is the company I was looking at for when I'm able to finally get to making my tail. But this is specifically for neoprene.
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    Were you able to get the tail printed to your measurements? The way I want to do my tail is the fluke is going to be the biggest part because I did more research and realize that shelf liner was used in the bottom part to make it bigger and more flowy I'm still trying to figure things out but thank you this is very helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikaros View Post
    Were you able to get the tail printed to your measurements? The way I want to do my tail is the fluke is going to be the biggest part because I did more research and realize that shelf liner was used in the bottom part to make it bigger and more flowy I'm still trying to figure things out but thank you this is very helpful

    I haven't done it yet but I did look at the sizes they can print on their website, which is more than enough for the fluke I want to print. (Mertailor's fantasea 3 fin.) I've been too busy with switching jobs and prepping for the hurricane to focus on making a tail though. I'll let you know when I can get to it though.
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    I also am interested in the answer to this question, though I would prefer it printed on scuba knit.
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