Finally after what seems like years (and actually was!) I've managed to get a process fine tuned to reproduce a vintage 300T Doxa sub dial. They aren't concourse quality, but I'm pretty pleased with the outcome.
I'd looked around to get a redial done professionally and it was really, really expensive!...hence the reason for working out a process on my own.
I've tested them on old dials I have left around in my parts bin, and now I can move onto the reason for doing this...my very sad looking original Doxa 300T Sharkhunter dial.
I'll post some pics when I get home for you all to look at.
The process is based on a design I created for the 300T (in all its guises...pro, Sharky, Divingstar, Searambler) using photoshop and then a duel stage wet transfer system.
My previous past attempts were based on a clear sticker system...but this is much better (in my opinion).
It's very cheap and easy to reproduce too...in case anyone else wants one doing!
Pro and Divingstar work very, very well....Searambler requires a sunburst dial, which I haven't got to try on, but if anyone has a blank sunburst dial then it would work perfectly on that.
The sharky works, but not as well!
Obviously this isn't with the intention of making a fake Doxa, but rather, a way of helping out people that need a redial for an old Doxa sub!