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    Default transparency rolls for an epson 3000

    does anyone have a good online source that they get rolls of film from? i'm looking for one for my epson 3000. preferably 13"x100' or 17"x100'
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    This is the only film I've used in my short career. It's never let me down.

    http://screenprinters.net/product_gr...gid=inkjetfilm

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    not sure about you guys, but I use www.valleylitho.com and their price per square inch is wayyyyy better than that place. That places price is sooo expensive. Even in roll form.

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    rad! thanks - those prices are like $50 cheaper than what i was looking at before.
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    i don't find the 17' roll on this website ? just 17"x22" film
    where is the roll ?

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    I've never used a roll feeder for an Epson 3000. Everything I've ever read about them says they aren't as good for registration as sheets. Something to do with how the film rolls on the sawtooth and it slides.

    I wouldn't recommend the roll feeder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    I've never used a roll feeder for an Epson 3000. Everything I've ever read about them says they aren't as good for registration as sheets. Something to do with how the film rolls on the sawtooth and it slides.

    I wouldn't recommend the roll feeder.
    except if you don't care about registration dude

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    Oh...thats brilliant. If you don't care about registration you can do it way cheaper than buying an Epson 3000 and the film...you fucking French retard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    Oh...thats brilliant. If you don't care about registration you can do it way cheaper than buying an Epson 3000 and the film...you fucking French retard.
    I never said "I" don't care about registration...

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    Why would you be using an Epson 3000 if you were interested in registration?

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