Re: making big trays...

From: [email protected]
Date: 06/27/04-08:21:57 PM Z
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There are two places I have found that carry some nice, large, shallow,
inexpensive trays—some even have covers for them (which I like for keeping dust and
large insects out of the mix.)

The Container Store

You may even find some with wheels and a trailer hitch if you need them.

For small prints and calibration prints I use Rubber Maid plastic (or
whatever they are) shoe boxes. They are about $1.50 each and have lids. Nice size
too—surprisingly they are about shoe box size. These trays clean up very
easily—liquids bead up on the surface.

Mark Nelson

In a message dated 6/27/04 2:47:03 PM, writes:

> Dear all,
> i would like to make large trays to fit a full sheet
> of paper (22x30").
> when I was i grad school, the printmaking shop had
> very large plastic trays that looked home-made. Any
> sugestions? I need 4 or 5 trays to print my
> kallitypes. Would it be cheaper to buy them? and,
> where can i get them?
> Thank you kindly,
> carmen
Received on Sun Jun 27 20:23:16 2004

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