Believe it or not, you can still get PMTs (or something similar), but they cost a bloody fortune.
I've got a little 6-panel brochure for a client that's gonna go to press next week. The printer I'm using just moved into huge, brand new SoA facility featuring the very latest in hi-tech presses and digital processes. The Dennis the Menace in me is thinking... Hmmm, I'm-a gonna bring this job to them as an old-school mechanical, complete with acetate overlays for color sep, and a tissue color-break top sheet. Then I'm gonna bust a gut watching heads explode in the pre-press dept!
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