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LARGE film positives needed!
Posted by: sicmic (---.tampfl.dsl-w.verizon.net)
Date: March 12, 2007 10:10PM

I'm new to silkscreening and glad I've found this site. It'd been trial and error all along but still enjoying the process. I'm tired of creating 8 1/2 x 11 film positives on my Lexmark printer and would like to do larger images perhaps as large as 40 x 30. I am in the Tampa Bay area of Florida and can't seem to find anyone locally who knows what I'm talking about. At this stage of the game are LARGE film positives going to cost me an arm and a leg?? Any information and/or contact information would be greatly appreciated.

themicshow@yahoo.com

Mic

Re: LARGE film positives needed!
Posted by: DTGPrinting (---.sssnet.com)
Date: June 14, 2007 02:18PM

If you want to go that large, it will cost you quite a bit. I know for smaller films, companies charge as much as $20 per square foot. Obviously this will be extremely costly for you.

You could invest in an Epson 9800 and print your own. We have films available if interested. Ours are waterproof at a lower cost than most.

www.screenerschoice.com



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