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  1. Got a gallon on the way, should be here in 2-3...

    Got a gallon on the way, should be here in 2-3 weeks
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    I was gonna suggest that, but figured it'd sound...

    I was gonna suggest that, but figured it'd sound saucy.

    Works tho. Whenever we print business cards, side A curls like a bastard until we lay down side B.
  3. Oooooooo.

    Oooooooo.
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    Meantime, here's fabric ink through a 305 mesh...

    Meantime, here's fabric ink through a 305 mesh onto Cougar Natural 65# cover:

    http://i.imgur.com/LpEDJrol.jpg
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    Try pre-racking/hanging your paper the day before...

    Try pre-racking/hanging your paper the day before you print.

    Thicker paper doesn't help much, I've had 130# stock do this.

    Stronger vac won't help, the paper expands when it gets wet and...
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    We still have a bunch of fabric WB inks from...

    We still have a bunch of fabric WB inks from before we knew better, and they all orange peel to some extent. Clear fanric base is even worse for it. You might be able to save the rest of the tub by...
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    We're also using AccuRIP, mostly because it was...

    We're also using AccuRIP, mostly because it was the first RIP we'd heard of. Works great.
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    We finally got some TW bases (clear matte and...

    We finally got some TW bases (clear matte and halftone extender) and SO34 this week. Previously, we'd been doing pretty much what Andy said but with dish soap instead of SO34. Still works pretty...
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    Just so it's here too...

    Just so it's here too...
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    Literally answered your question in the Premium...

    Literally answered your question in the Premium section 1 minute before you asked here 8)
  11. Went premium again. Used PayPal. Feels bad, man.

    Went premium again. Used PayPal. Feels bad, man.
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    Bringing this thread back from the dead because...

    Bringing this thread back from the dead because it saved my ass today.

    Had to print a flood of blue with tiny 8pt knockout text, nothing was working, ink was too runny and the cutout area was too...
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    Next you're gonna tell us to clean the gobs of...

    Next you're gonna tell us to clean the gobs of dust off our box fans before pointing them at freshly-coated screens?
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    It's fucked. Superglue, clear nail polish or...

    It's fucked. Superglue, clear nail polish or gorilla tape might stop the spread, but your tension is gone. Razor blade time.
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    Unless you're JUST starting out and literally...

    Unless you're JUST starting out and literally have nothing to show people, try not to front your design time.

    NEVER front the cost of paper, ink, emulsion, wear & tear on tools & equipment (mesh,...
  16. 120V 15" flash cure for sale in NL, Canada

    Just like the topic says. Asking $350.

    On/off switch, swivel, casters and height adjustment. Heats like a boss. Have flashed maybe 5k shirts with this unit; only selling because we recently...
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    I've had a few go funny. Mostly they're static...

    I've had a few go funny. Mostly they're static t-shirt sized frames (20x24"). I have one 23x31" greenscreen frame that has a *tiny* wobble when I place it on the exposure unit.

    None of them have...
  18. Mine's got a low spot that I've been working...

    Mine's got a low spot that I've been working around for a few months now. So much drilling...
  19. True. Don't even think about using a wedge if...

    True. Don't even think about using a wedge if your screen is hauled out more than 2cm from the back of the clamps.

    I once had a screen pop out of the left clamp in the middle of a run, no fun....
  20. I have NFI why people mess around with pulleys,...

    I have NFI why people mess around with pulleys, weights, kickstands, etc.

    Just use a wedge. This is a rubber handle from a soup ladle, been using it for 3+ years.
    ...
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    +1. Go to a framing shop and ask them the cost...

    +1. Go to a framing shop and ask them the cost difference between 24x36" UV-coated vs uncoated. Unless the table used to hang on a wall in front of a painting...
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    Haven't used QT-Discharge yet, but be wary of QTX...

    Haven't used QT-Discharge yet, but be wary of QTX -- it's geared towards plastisol and will break down on long water-based runs, even with post hardening. We're currently using CP-Tex from Chromaline...
  23. We do a lot of printing on black paper. ...

    We do a lot of printing on black paper.

    http://i.imgur.com/MFWjmDN.jpg

    Two strokes, flood; wait 15-30 seconds; two more strokes, flood. Your second stroke on each pass will be "dry" so try to...
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    +1 for checking height of tabs/mask. I always...

    +1 for checking height of tabs/mask. I always forget that shit when we print on thin Kraft paper.
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    Matsui is what Ryonet's R2O line (and their...

    Matsui is what Ryonet's R2O line (and their previous eco-whatever line) of WB inks is made from. The matte base has fabric additives and can stay tacky on paper; clear base isn't so bad. Both work...
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