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This is an explanation of how to use vinyl sheets to customise any surface, which in this case is a trashcan. This instructable is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step process of how the signage ‘ProtoTrash’ came to be.

This project was inspired by a desire to do something with the dull-looking trashcan in our ProtoTank office. Fortunately, this project was easily carried out using the Vinyl Cutter tools and machinery located in TechShop San Francisco, which just so happens to be where ProtoTank is based as well.

Again, the methods explained in this instructable can be applied to create any type of vinyl signage, for any type of smooth, curved and non-curved surfaces.

Step 1: Tools and Materials

Tools Required:

MH Series Vinyl Cutter
Computer with FlexiStarter software
Squeegee
Weeding Pick

Materials Required:

Vinyl for signage and test pieces
Transfer Paper

(All of this is provided in TechShop SF)

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<p>so simple yet so powerful</p>
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Bio: Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering student at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Interned at ProtoTank in TechShop San Francisco, 2012.
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