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  1. either way, that's a steal (steel, heh). i...

    either way, that's a steal (steel, heh).

    i will say, though, that you have no idea how right you are about putting elbow grease into it. not sure if you've looked under that cover yet, but beware,...
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    well, whatever the solution turns out to be,...

    well, whatever the solution turns out to be, thanks all you guys for throwing suggestions out there. i have no idea whether i'll be able to keep using TW at the end of this journey, but i do know one...
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    also, i should note that i start my runs with a...

    also, i should note that i start my runs with a 409 pre-wet, and have a spray bottle of distilled water that i use to keep the ink wet throughout the run...but honestly, this problem is so severe...
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    just wanted to bump this thread with a minor...

    just wanted to bump this thread with a minor update, in case anyone has some input:

    i spoke with a rep at TW (in person) and her response to this issue clearly showed she had no idea what i was...
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    was looking for this stuff just a few weeks ago...

    was looking for this stuff just a few weeks ago for a prospective job, but gave up because everything i found either needed to be bought in huge quantities (like 500-1000 sheets at once), came in...
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    Yeah, same here, re: never on raw paper. Have you...

    Yeah, same here, re: never on raw paper. Have you ever used a thickener to fix it? Like their 5008?
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    I do stir a tiny bit before the run just to get...

    I do stir a tiny bit before the run just to get it ready, but not nearly as much as I stir when I'm actually mixing the ink together.

    I'll try a water pre-wet on my next run. If that doesn't work,...
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    Oh, and if it is bubbles, it's not from mixing...

    Oh, and if it is bubbles, it's not from mixing (again, I'll say, "in my case"). I will sometimes leave an ink to sit for multiple days at a time before it goes on the press. So the bubbles would have...
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    This is becoming a can of worms now. In my...

    This is becoming a can of worms now.

    In my case, it's not a vacuum issue...I have a vacuum table.
    It was also never an issue with speedball, back when I used to use the stuff.

    I'm willing to...
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    oh man! i have been having this problem with TW...

    oh man! i have been having this problem with TW inks too! thought i was the only one.

    this is the only thing i don't like about their inks. i have literally tried every possible...
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    Man, I've stood on the damn soapbox in at least 3...

    Man, I've stood on the damn soapbox in at least 3 different threads here on GP, warning noobs not to buy Matsui, and every now and then someone does it. Let's try again:

    DO NOT BUY MATSUI INKS FOR...
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    how many prints? probably your biggest concern...

    how many prints? probably your biggest concern will be where to put the prints to dry. if you've got that figured out, and you have running water, then there's really not much else to it.

    if you...
  13. UPDATE: Got it to work! All it took was a 12"...

    UPDATE:

    Got it to work! All it took was a 12" adjustable crescent wrench. I had a long pipe too, which I used with the wrench for the first nut, but I'm pretty sure I didn't need it, because I...
  14. I used a ton of WD-40 on them, but as per...

    I used a ton of WD-40 on them, but as per fantasygoat's advice, sounds like I'll need a better oil. I'll pick some up at the hardware store today when I pick up the big-boy wrench.



    Good to...
  15. also, just to be double sure...if i want to...

    also, just to be double sure...if i want to loosen those two "B" nuts, i'm pulling the wrench BACK (toward the back of the machine) for the one closest to the bottom of the photo there, and FORWARD...
  16. thanks jay. along with justifying the crescent...

    thanks jay. along with justifying the crescent wrench purchase, i wonder if i'll still need to justify a gym membership...or maybe a position as a part-time lumberjack...something to help me lose...
  17. Thanks for the replies guys. I sprayed a ton of...

    Thanks for the replies guys. I sprayed a ton of WD-40 on those two adjuster nuts on the backstop and let it sit overnight, but when I tried turning them this morning, they were just as stubborn. My...
  18. Anyone familiar with the big old manual Challenge cutters or similar?

    Yo dudes,

    I recently acquired this old beast of a manual paper cutter, and am stoked on finally being able to cut in-house!

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2355726/cutter_a.jpg

    Works great, but...
  19. but have you tried to tell the printer(s) what...

    but have you tried to tell the printer(s) what you wanted and they didn't understand? that right there is probably a bad sign. just keep asking for what you want until you find someone that isn't an...
  20. there are a variety of ways to achieve this...

    there are a variety of ways to achieve this effect. i'm not sure what is required when dealing with UV inks (if that's a requirement for you), but if you're flexible with ink type, i know that you...
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    Well, if you HAVE to print waterbased your best...

    Well, if you HAVE to print waterbased your best bet would be Nazdar 2700. It's used for printing on vinyl stickers, and is pretty hardcore on lots of other surfaces. Still, I'm not so sure about how...
  22. You might want to ad the cutting dimension, as...

    You might want to ad the cutting dimension, as well as the O.D. of the whole thing in the listing (and on here). You'll get a lot more inquiries that way. (on a side note: why does everyone forget to...
  23. it's mostly nice that someone took the time to...

    it's mostly nice that someone took the time to explain the concept of trapping and separations thoroughly. i may just be sending that link to all my clients from now on (i hate doing it, even though...
  24. Odd, never had that jelly donut problem. I do...

    Odd, never had that jelly donut problem. I do have my heater pretty far away from the screens, though...a good 5-10 feet, because I made the mistake once of putting it within 1-2 feet, and...
  25. 1. Buy a heater, the kind with a fan in it. Don't...

    1. Buy a heater, the kind with a fan in it. Don't point it directly at the screen, though. You will literally cook your emulsion.
    2. Ditch the Autosol and get something noob-friendly. Ulano 925wr is...
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