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  1. #1

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    Default My lil' ol studio

    Hey everyone,

    Been a while since I've logged on here...just wanted to share my studio pics with you all...built everything
    in here and of course I could not have done it without the great info and ideas in this forum!

    Thanks!!!

    click the link, awwlready...
    Mental Ephemera

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    Looks pretty proper. Nice work!

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    Where did you find the clips for your squeegee's that's a great idea. The space looks sweet.

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    They look like rake or broom holders rotated.

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    Thanks! Yes they are indeed broom holder thingies from K-Mart, I think. They work amazingly well and grip nice n tight.

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    I have that exact same miter saw and that exact same digital timer for my exposure unit. Budget printers think alike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphic D. View Post
    I have that exact same miter saw and that exact same digital timer for my exposure unit. Budget printers think alike...
    I just read this and thought, "you have a miter saw for your exposure unit? Kickass!" I think I need more sleep.

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    The miter saw on the exposure unit is for manual separations......hahaha hah ha .....ha .....heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleceiffel View Post
    The miter saw on the exposure unit is for manual separations......hahaha hah ha .....ha .....heh.
    applauding emoticon. wish i had thought of that.
    most of the time we never fish!

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    Default Well, gawlee.

    Quote Originally Posted by jayryan View Post
    applauding emoticon. wish i had thought of that.
    Thanks Jay. I gotta say thanks for visiting my school a couple of years ago...UTEP in El Paso, TX....
    Your lecture was pretty inspirational and kinda kick started my unhealthy obsession with screen printing. I also got to meet Dirk Fowler when he visited that same year.

    We don't get too many famous squeegee men 'round these parts.

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