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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 6:04 pm 
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this piece of kit is very useful to darkroomers. would it be alright to tell them they can ask to use it in the office if they get all of their cutting done in one shot? the office has seen worse?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 6:29 pm 
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or we could buy a smaller one and give the big giant cutter to the dark room. it is an unnecessary bit of office clutter.
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I'd welcome that. It'd be good for large prints. If anyone plans on producing a world atlas according to the forest they can just borrow it back.


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Would you consider the following a fair trade?

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/455712/art/peach/pc100-14-a4-strip-twin-cu.html?srcid=867

NB, night manager voucher counter-counterfeiters: it cuts laminated paper! There's a bnib one local on ebay that i'll try to get.


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looks nice. anyone else any say?

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Sweet ass. I say yay.


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i suggest it can be loaned to the dark room (long term), provided it is looked after and office folk can use it any time...

it is very useful from time to time, and it is hard to get such a decent one thats so large..

i do understand that it may get more use there...

the thing u post, looks lethal...

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it is lethal, and as disturbance to business due to death and other nasties should be kept at a minimum, the darkroom working group has decided to keep it it for themself.


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