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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Jimmy_Pop, Nov 17, 2005.
todays date is:
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But can you run today's date in full duplex photo quality digital color with variable data at 50ppm? :devil:
Maybe a little mottle once in a while if the toner ages get too high.
hmm printer geeks
ah, the finest in tabloid journalism.
(i need help)
I can print bigger than that in four color process w/ 2 spots.
OK....I hate to encourage you guys, but what is the significance of 11x17?
& what is that robot spider thingy?
it's a re-educator... I suggest you behave and stop asking so many questions.
It's an Aaron 6 color, 6 station all-heads-down with micro registration in X and Y and micro off-contact adjustment.
No pin lock registration on it though.
Do you have a price list? I have a client in need of some process T-shirts.
I just use one of these
copy or process?
That doesn't fit on a desktop does it?
yo h8r, how much does it cost to get a screen made up? We shall discuss on halo this evening..post survivor.
I've been so busy working on my goddamn day job that the only printing I've been working on is pre-print designs. I should have a price list soon for basic stuff.
I am able to pull off process but I'm not really down to do custom work with it, I am saving that kinda pain in the ass for personal projects. I suggest finding a decent shop with an automatic press. Basic autos yield much better process quality than even the best manual printers can manage.
You get the bro deal if you let me win.
11x17 is just a commonly sized paper for small presses. Im a printer geek and today's always makes me chuckle. eleven-seventeen, eleven-seventeen !! Dorkass.
We've got a couple small presses and two 40 inch speedmasters.
I can get you a deal on flexo so..... umm.......labels........
heh we have two Heidelberg A1 presses (both installed new in 2004)
A six colour and an eight colour.
ack *cough splutter* imperial ....how quaint.
when will you lot catch up with the rest of the planet? :mumble:
In my hopefully not-to-distant future: