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Fri Feb 23, 2024 11:59 am
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Fri Feb 23, 2024 1:34 pm
I took Graphic Arts in the 8th grade and part of the course required us to arrange newspaper press letters to print something. The arrangement was time consuming as each press letter was small.
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Sat Feb 24, 2024 1:55 pm
Periodic Table wrote:I took Graphic Arts in the 8th grade and part of the course required us to arrange newspaper press letters to print something. The arrangement was time consuming as each press letter was small.

I did that same, then worked for a short time in a local printing company that made T shirts etc. using very old tech ..... wow you had to be careful down to the mm of liquid you used. I still remember being taught or educated more than I was on how to use it and how expensive it was .

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Sat Feb 24, 2024 6:56 pm
Admin wrote:I did that same, then worked for a short time in a local printing company that made T shirts etc. using very old tech ..... wow you had to be careful down to the mm of liquid you used. I still remember being taught or educated more than I was on how to use it and how expensive it was .

Yikes.

My experience was the same in that course. I was taught the process but couldn't get a grip on properly applying it.

A girlfriend and I worked at a small printing shop that my neighbors owned. I was immediately thrown to folding T-shirts because I couldn't quickly master any other task.Laughing  But we got an Afternoon Delight T-shirt. The song was performed by the Starland Vocal Band in Washington DC.

https://youtu.be/q4b3w6a9cSk?si=sYAlkn2acv1ypJYg
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Sat Feb 24, 2024 8:36 pm
Periodic Table wrote:
Admin wrote:I did that same, then worked for a short time in a local printing company that made T shirts etc. using very old tech ..... wow you had to be careful down to the mm of liquid you used. I still remember being taught or educated more than I was on how to use it and how expensive it was .

Yikes.

My experience was the same in that course. I was taught the process but couldn't get a grip on properly applying it.

A girlfriend and I worked at a small printing shop that my neighbors owned. I was immediately thrown to folding T-shirts because I couldn't quickly master any other task.Laughing  But we got an Afternoon Delight T-shirt. The song was performed by the Starland Vocal Band in Washington DC.

https://youtu.be/q4b3w6a9cSk?si=sYAlkn2acv1ypJYg


AHHH look at the colours. and the well everything. omg.









FYI The designer of the Icons of Inspiration has contacted me and there are only 10 coins in the set. Apmex was the one who was commissioning them. And has requested a stop by the sound of things. So only 10 variants are to be released despite more were ready to be produced.

Shame but only 2 more to go.

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