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    I use an Epson 4000 that I scored off Kijiji for...

    I use an Epson 4000 that I scored off Kijiji for a hundred bucks. 17" wide so no tiling necessary for anything that I do, but if you want larger there are 24" models like the 7800. From what I...
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    I've had success just asking my local art store...

    I've had success just asking my local art store to tack on a bunch of inks for me on their next order of Speedball stuff, gave them a list of product numbers I got from the online catalogue and it...
  3. Yep. Print on it like you'd print on any other...

    Yep.

    Print on it like you'd print on any other paper product, make sure you've still got your off-contact, and speedball acrylic will work just fine.
  4. I don't have as much experience as many others...

    I don't have as much experience as many others here, but this is my take on it:

    1. I would try a harder durometer squeegee, 70 seems a little too light for paper, especially since you describe a...
  5. I remember seeing pictures of a DIY build...

    I remember seeing pictures of a DIY build somewhere, similar to Andy's plans I'm sure, but as well as having the pipe from the vac going in on the one side, there was a similar pipe going out on the...
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    If they have other Speedball products (most art...

    If they have other Speedball products (most art stores at LEAST carry the fabric inks), talk to someone and see if you can special order a handful of acrylic inks in.

    I've done that through...
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