13180Re: [PPLetterpress] Polymer Plates anyone?
- Aug 15, 2012Really?! I think you're a lot busier than I am, though, so I'm not sure if it would make sense. Was it hard to learn how to use? And aren't the supplies expensive?I'm starting to do some digital stuff so I can outsource it. We're gonna start making babies right after the wedding :) , so I'm looking to be able to outsource the printing.On Aug 15, 2012, at 3:31 PM, Amber Ellis-Seguine wrote:Get a platemaker!!! I was making less plates than that and I have not only saved a ton of money the time I've save in turnaround has been worth it's weight in gold. ;) the only tough thing for me was locating a platemaker in my area. Better to start looking now then you have choice.Good luck.P.S. crunch the numbers and you'll be floored at the savings.
On Aug 15, 2012, at 10:00 AM, nohogallery@... wrote:
Can we possibly move on and discuss printing with polymer plates?
When and at what volume did any of you choose to move plate making in-house?
We order between $200 and $1500 per month in polymer plates from outside vendors. We have the space and the plumbing.
Big Wheel Press
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