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    Aaron Gein's Avatar

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    Default Moving up in the world!

    Just got a gallon of black TW 5000, halftone extender base, and S-034 in the mail. Taking a baby step up from Speedball. Started building a vacuum table on Sunday, will be drilling a million holes tonight after work. And will hopefully be starting what may turn into a regular gig printing paper coffee bags for my friends coffee shop/roastery in the next week or two. Also got some vinyl sheet samples in to try out the TW 5000 on. Very excited!

    And in this brief moment of optimism and warm fuzziness I'd like to say that GP is a constant source of inspiration, motivation, and knowledge. You are all awesome as hell. Thanks for being here.

    I'm sure I'll be checking in for advice when my first step into TW goes to hell. Haha.

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    If you duct tape two drills together you can cut down your drilling time by almost half.

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    But why stop at just two drills? I bet I can borrow at least ten more from friends and family. Make a post apocalyptic looking torture device/vac hole driller held together with duct tape, scrap wood, and metal ties!

    P.S. This is exactly the kind of sage advice I was talking about!
    Last edited by Aaron Gein; 12-06-2011 at 10:18 AM.

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    it's called a clusterfuck drill.
    Andymac

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    Todo es empezar.

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