I thought I saw it all, but yesterday a rabbi came by the booth. he was screenprinting torah pages or some religous script with extremely small hebrew text on unborn calf skin. showed me some samples. 350 mesh, UV dryer.
wants one of our small spring lift tables. has to print by hand
I know this guy and have worked with him. Give him any bit of advice that you can. Here's the rub. The Torah dictates how it can be copyied. It has to be on calf skin, it has to be made by the right hand, it has to be made character by character from start to finish. What print tech can do this? screenprinting. He's gonna be the Guttenberg of the Jewish world. I got pretty far helping him out but since I'm not Jewish that's where it ended.
When you got inducted were there robes and paddles involved?
That's cool that you talked to Ryan and Robert. I haven't talked to them in a long time. Robert is from CIB right? He has a huge operation (but with no scars, remarkable)
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