Flavor Paper in Brooklyn
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Flavor Paper in Brooklyn
I came back to TW after using Speedball for years, tough at first, then I started mixing it like it was Speedball and kept my screen flooded it was as easy as the old stuff.
Looks like the dude put the counter weights and a kick drum/vacuum pedal on the bed surface...dents?
So i always do a 1/1 and a skim on both sides, holds up well on usuall runs in the 400-500 range. But as it gets warmer i experience more frequent emulsion breakdowns. Running two dehumidifiers in...
I will be doing some giclee/screened combo prints with different backgrounds and same foreground and want to use the same paper that will make up the proofs, 290 cotton rag vellum finish (not an...
nice process, i really like the music too. Can't find them online, you have a link?
send them to Paper Mountain?
Miklay, I think Paul at Decoder taught me that one, now I just use the micro-reg. Hahahaha sorry Luther, I'm off next Monday for Presidents Day and could come by and chat, are you guys working?
If I go under it I do use the emergency stop button first
I used to print on one without and never had an accident. Due to space limitations around this press i still haven't been running it on the timer, just using the foot switch, lowering the chances of...
Im having a hard time reaching under the press. I hit it every time I go to grab paper or make an adjustment. It's at the wrong height
This stupid bar has got to go, anybody done this?
Oh and i am converting my bitmap back to raster if that makes a difference. Printer no likey the bitmap.
Hey Luther! You use an ellipse or dots?
52 angle on a 305 with 34freq still puts out a mild S wave moire in the print, at a different angle.
Moire in my print, 300dpi, 34freq, 45angle on a 280 mesh. Is 22 the answer?
We got one of these after looking at presses for a month or two, ours is a little bigger and 3 Phase. Didn't really look into that aspect ahead of time and it sat for a month while the 3 Phase was...
Hey Luther, it is primed for acrylic, doesn't say hand primed on the label, it came primed. It was just purchased not old stock. We hit it twice with pure white initially. Ordered some WB activator...
TW on pre-gessoed canvas = poor adhesion and flaking. I searched the forums and Luther mentions adhesion promoters, got one you can recommend? Suggestions? thank you:eyecrazy:
So I walked into the studio this morning and the 3 gallons of silver I mixed had distended swollen lids and my ink looked like whipped yogurt. Stupid msds. After some stirring and regular press...
hey folks, I (1) live in Brooklyn (2) print for a living (3) like beer. love to come meet everybody hang out, chat, check out the studio. see you sunday
Hey folks! Just moved to Brooklyn, coming off 10 years in Austin... long time printer / graphic designer looking for some work. I know my stuff and have printed for everyone from Rob Jones to Shepard...
Ah ha, I spent a few Saturday afternoons on this thing. It's like driving a tractor with no steering wheel or seat.