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    Thanks guys. And Spence... Thanks for noticing that! 2 split fountains in this one and the edition was huge. 1/3 of my way through the the last color i was really regretting my decision to use such a subtle split as the key line, and was imagining no one would notice if i just did them all black anyway. BUT you did and that made me happy.

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    Aimie must be referring to one of these Adam. It will fit beside the rack, and you won't have to screw around hanging prints off the front or worrying about shims. I actually sold one of these beasts to a company in Florida last month.

    Wicket Dryer | TMI Screenprinting
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    Todo es empezar.

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    I'm definitely drooling over that wicket dryer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    Aimie must be referring to one of these Adam. It will fit beside the rack, and you won't have to screw around hanging prints off the front or worrying about shims. I actually sold one of these beasts to a company in Florida last month.

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    is there really that much of a need fo dryers like that these days? What are shops printing that use them? Will they become obsolete when LED UV technology becomes cheaper and paper could be run without worries of shrinkage or stretching from the heat?

    Do you have a video of that thing working? I've always wanted to see one in action.

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    luv! that keyline split is purrrrrfect.

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    Most dudes whose unit is too small buy a big truck to compensate.

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    diesel re the wicket dryer, I didn't think there was much use anymore for these beasts, but there are a number of applications where it is advantageous to dry a thing slowly with little heat - ceramic decals being one, temp tattoos being another, non UV, but they are running high speed cylinder presses at 1000-2500 per hour. so this allows them to automate. D&L run one i think.

    Nobody makes them here anymore so we are the default go to.
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    poster = sweet

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