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[cdt-l] Printing Maps
I print aqll my maps on a aper that is made out of tyvec. Got the idea
working fire camps were they do the same thing
Mike DiLorenzo wrote:
> dude, a bit of sarcasm here, but have you thought about having all 351
> maps printed in order on a tyvek tarp that you use as your ground
> cloth? wow! talk about dual purposes. you'd just have to ensure
> that the day's map appeared on the out side when you folded up the
> tarp in the AM.
> i really must get back to work... (i'm smiling on the inside).
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>> Subject: [cdt-l] Printing Maps
>> Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2003 11:13:06 -0700
>> Has anyone looked into commercial printing of Jonathan Ley's digital CDT
>> Rather than each of us printing out the maps on expensive waterproof
>> I'm thinking it would be cheaper to have it done.
>> One printer declined, another's working on a quote.
>> Here's what I'm looking for: waterproof paper that's foldable (no
>> lamination), color, two-sided, 8.5 x 11, waterproof, loose, cheap. I'm
>> thinking that it will be an inkjet job on rolls of special paper.
>> else I should be looking for?
>> Anyone know the pros and cons of inkjet printing on Tyvek, and then
>> with them?
>> Anyone know a printer that would be up for the job? I'm using these
>> for quotes: 15 sets of 351 maps.
>> John Brennan
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