This thing is fucking weird.
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This thing is fucking weird.
I did that in the past butt the poo just took way too long to harden up and after rinsing out a few screens i looked like i was wearing blackface makeup.
Polyken white solvent proof duct tape. It's expensive, like $20-$24 a roll.
We use UV ink here and a bunch of solvents, it may be overkill for waterbased inks.
The weirdest thing like that is that they discontinued clear film a while back. You'd think they would make a killing selling the film.
I can't tell you how many times I've asked myself this same thing. Epson did just come out with a DTG shirt printer, I'm kinda wondering if they are seeing the screen print industry as something...
i have poop on my face!
holy fuck, i thought nobody would beat the $1300 i got my daytona and 6 racks for.
I'm pretty sure you can get manuals and parts from AWT in chicago.
you got it! i do it once every 12-18 months.
It will give you options once it boots up from the disc on how you want to install, if you want to do a clean or overwrite.
You are 100% totally wrong about this. Sometime in the 90s i was doing screens and wasn't paying attention and leaned forward and stabbed right through the screen with the wand and it popped.
I did, they have the most amazing tech support ever for the large format printers. Sadly they had no insight whatsoever on what was causing the printer to feed inconsistently. The weird thin is that...
I truly don't think there is any solution at this point, I have tried pretty much everything. I use the Wasatch RIP and still about 20%-40% of my multicolor film outputs don't reg up exactly right....
os that a perkins print above the bed?
Rub poop on your face.
yeah, exactly my plan. I can have 2 in each sleeve and easily look at them whenever i want, I figure i can have at least 50 sleeves in the box. I'm pretty sick of prints just sitting in a flat...
I used to use poly bags from uline with a cardboard back. it seemed to work fine and was really cheap.
Totally good thought about the fogging and scratching. My hope is that just a little display flip box of them in my living room won;t get enough movement to really do that. If i had them in the...
With the ones that are linked to cause any damage to prints over the years?
Not cheap, but a pretty great way to have a lot of posters on display in a flip box. way better than them not getting...
oh, those are some great tips.
For the longest time my Epson 7600 had dead on perfect films and all of a sudden it just started being all wonky about 50% of the time. My Epson 9900 that i...
Andydiesel has plenty of sloppy seconds for B-Driod.
Diesel Fuel Prints is selling off a bunch of stuff we are no longer using and doing our end of the year clean up.
Lots of stuff to be had at really cheap prices!!!
You are 100% correct!
Luther, what do you pay for a roll of 24"
Ive been using the Ulano picgment/Dye film
I think D&L up in Seattle have one of those. not one of andys but that style.