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    Default Minneapolis: need positive films made -- where can/should I go?

    I need to get moving on prints for Art-A-Whirl, but I can't do anything until I get some positive films printed of my digital files. My current printing resources are down. And I know about Northwest Graphics -- but I might not be able to afford their price (I'll look into it soon). -- Any other places I can to get 18x24-inch positive films made to develop my screens with?

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    I dunno, but if I was in Minneapolis I would have a membership here.
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    Northwest is good, but you're right, they are pricy. If you are sending them there, send as many as you can for one order, cause they charge a set-up fee for each order.
    Kinkos in Uptown can print them on paper large enough, and you could try the vegetable/baby oil method. I've never tried this method, and I assume it doesn't work well if you're planning on using the transparencies again.

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    We just use un-oiled printouts from kinkos, which might be a nightmare if you're set up to expose from films, though it's awesome for us 'cause it's next-to-free...maybe ask jodi or wes at burlesque if they can run 'em off for you? They'd have good suggestions at the very least.
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