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    Default First 4-colour poster run

    We finally got around to printing a 4-colour poster run this past week. It was our first attempt at doing four colours on paper, as well as our first attempt on heavyweight paper (300gsm Legion multimedia rag!), and we surprisingly didn't suck too bad. Cheggidout:

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    Looks like it went over pretty well. Now it's time to find a drying rack, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkatRadioh View Post
    Looks like it went over pretty well. Now it's time to find a drying rack, eh?
    No kidding! Eventually we'll stop exposing screens with the Yudu, too

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    I love the look of the final product! Great work! Mind if I pick your brain about your exposure time on the Yudu? My wife got me one after my rig got stolen out of the back of my moving truck and I've been fighting the exposure unit on it since I set it up.

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    Yeah, no sweat. We do around 6.5 minutes for double-stacked inkjet transparencies and just a tad longer (7 minutes) for vellums. That's for yellow 280 mesh.

    We used to do a solid 13 minutes, but then we got an exposure calculator from Ryonet and it let us dial in on the correct time -- half of what we had been using!

    Screen Exposure Calculator, Emulsion Step Wedge

    Seriously, they're a bargain at twice the price.

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