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!
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
When I think back on some of the "dark" rooms I created. The worst one I had was in the wooden shed we had by our mobile home in 1970. I portioned off a corner of it where I sat for all printing. The water source was by a garden hose coming from the trailer. Onetime in October, I accidently put my thermometer in the developer out there. It read 45 degrees. I just shook my head, got right up and never went back.
The ones after that were much better culminating in my palace type one I mentioned above. I told the carpenter I wanted an electrical outlet on every stud. And it hadits own circuit . It was absolutely dark, ventilated, cool and warm when needed. A photo student donated a couple of thick rubber Matts so it was comfortable to stand on. This was in my home. I wonder what the new owners have used that room for. Lots of storage though.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
Radiused corner cutter. Rounds the corners on mounting boards so they don't get dog-eared. Doesn't work as well on foam-core, so when I have a non-digital presentation, I mount the creative on black/black illustration board.
One piece of equipment that I used that a lot of people didn't was a stablazation printer, ran the exposed paper thru this kinda automated thing that had three chemicals placed in it, it was great for down and dirty prints...and when I was shooting local stock car races..had one set up in an old chevy van for instant prints of the race.
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