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pinup_dream
« on: July 15, 2005 08:40:38 PM »

*hopes this is allowed*

Well, my mom's looking to sell this 't-shirt printing thingy' that my dad bought back in the 80s to make printed tees for his t-shirt business.  But he doesn't use it anymore, and it kind of sits in my gramma's garage taking up a lot of space. 

I'm 15 and not familiar with t-shirt artistry, so please forgive my untechnicallish descriptions... Grin

Anywho, there's this spinny thing with a bunch of frames that come down onto the t-shirts, and you're supposed to press it with a spatula-type thing or something, and it spins around...I think we had 2 of them, but the one my dad used the most had 4 frames for 4 colors. 

There's also this huge black thing that's kind of like a conveyer belt and an oven put-together.  I think it dries the paint because the shirts go in wet, and then they come out dry.  Shocked  Haha, I just found out that it's called a dryer.  Go figure.

So I thought I'd give the Phoenix area craftsters the first dibs before I ebay the sucker.  Comment/pm if you're interested, and check back for updates, please.  If I get enough takers, I think I may have to post pictures, but my digital camera is whacko, so I don't know how I can do that...although I could borrow one...

Okay, I'm done.  Smiley
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EnderUSAF
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2005 10:44:15 PM »

Do you still have this equipment?  If so how much are you looking to get for it?  Please email me at enderusaf@gci.net

Thanks,
Rob
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