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    I just take everything to Alphagraphics a few...

    I just take everything to Alphagraphics a few blocks away. It's $25 and they never screw it up, which is more than I can say for myself.
    I'd like to have a big hunk of iron cutter but I doubt the...
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    Awesome. Thank you for your help. I've tried a...

    Awesome. Thank you for your help. I've tried a white card for balancing though never gray, and laziness has prevented me from doing it on a regular basis. Also, the simple fact that I am um...
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    Thanks. I don't have single-shot HDR; can do it...

    Thanks. I don't have single-shot HDR; can do it with exposure bracketing off a couple of shots. I wonder if single-shot HDR is possible without creating the sorts of artifacts/halos I normally hate...
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    Hey photographers

    How in the actual F do I photograph something that happens to include backlit winter tree branches without the branches becoming a smudgy mess full of uncorrectable chromatic aberration? I've got a...
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    If API provided a GNC-size bottle of ibuprofen...

    If API provided a GNC-size bottle of ibuprofen for the meeting it would fill the pews and soften the grievances.
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    eeeeeexcelent. I liked the wide rows last...

    eeeeeexcelent.

    I liked the wide rows last year. It seemed good for sightlines and traffic flow.
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    I could be wrong but I don't think undercutting...

    I could be wrong but I don't think undercutting has much to do with your burn time...it's the light from those tubes hitting the stencil at oblique/all-over angles.
    Faster emulsion would do the same...
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    I couldn't wait and ate the leftover falafel I...

    I couldn't wait and ate the leftover falafel I had brought for lunch at 10am.

    I'm trying to remember what was the last GP mass in-joke before everyone fled to FB.
    Was it "BRG"?
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    About 7.5 hours nonstop printing for one color,...

    About 7.5 hours nonstop printing for one color, working with an assistant. I just bought three more drying racks for a total of six- that was the game changer. We worked pretty fast but also nothing...
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    Just finished printing 3000 posters for a certain...

    Just finished printing 3000 posters for a certain barrel-aged beer release. It's been a massive year for Crosshair's printing business, best ever, though I haven't designed a gig poster since...
  11. I love public airings of private disputes. More...

    I love public airings of private disputes. More trainwrecks please.
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    It happens. It's fortunate that they cared...

    It happens. It's fortunate that they cared enough to let you know, before you went to print.
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    This is going to be so effing rad. Not sure I...

    This is going to be so effing rad.
    Not sure I can make it tonight and if I can it will be on the late side. If not I'll certainly come later on.
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    Back home safe. Good luck to those of you who...

    Back home safe. Good luck to those of you who are staying on for the shows in Leipzig and Dresden...it wasn't in the cards for me this year, but hopefully next. Flatstock was great...fun and...
  15. A power washer is absolutely essential equipment...

    A power washer is absolutely essential equipment for WB screenprinting. They are available everywhere.
    If you "don't have access" to one, go by your local hardware store and shell out $150. If...
  16. It could also be the emulsion areas sticking to...

    It could also be the emulsion areas sticking to your paper. If it's hot and humid and your unexposed screens aren't 100% dry before you expose, your cured emulsion may be tacky, with all that...
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    Here's a slick video celebrating 10 years of...

    Here's a slick video celebrating 10 years of Reeperbahn Fest. There's a nice little bit on Flatstock about 9m in...Antje, Ronny Hunger, Schacke and I are in it and maybe others. I don't even...
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    Anyone who drinks more than 3 Astras in a 24 hour...

    Anyone who drinks more than 3 Astras in a 24 hour period will be doing some German Extreme Sitting for sure.

    Schacke is on vacation but wanted me to post the following:
    "Please tell Everybody to...
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    In, for a double.

    In, for a double.
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    Better set your alarm Tuffy, it's sure to sell...

    Better set your alarm Tuffy, it's sure to sell out right away.
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    305s are working out great for me. But, I...

    305s are working out great for me. But, I usually print on smooth paper.
    They definitely do get more specks of dust and gunk caught in big open areas than the 230s did.
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    http://www.crosshairchicago.com/images/fort4photo8...

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    Fort #4
    23-color silkscreen print
    23x23", s/n edition of 75

    http://www.crosshairchicago.com/images/search800.jpg

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    I've got one of those! genius.

    I've got one of those! genius.
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    A knife-sharp squeegee and tight screen is super...

    A knife-sharp squeegee and tight screen is super important when printing metallics. Can't comment on the Jacquard but the Speedball metallics actually dry quite slowly and won't clog your screen...
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    Do the traps. If they're pretty uniform and you...

    Do the traps. If they're pretty uniform and you still print with good registration, they won't be distracting and most people won't see them.
    It's always better to trap, than to wish you had...
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