Weatherproof Paper... anyone interested?
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billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
SOLD OUT. on 06/05/2011 14:50:58 MDT Print View

Thanks everyone!

Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:50:43 MDT.

Alasdair Fowler
(MessiahKhan) - F

Locale: Newcastle, UK
Weatherproof Paper... anyone interested? on 06/05/2011 15:09:41 MDT Print View

I might be interested, although I live in the UK, so the postage may be a bit much. What make paper you going for?

Off topic, but I know the photographer who took the photo you are using as your avatar image. :)

Josh Newkirk
(Newkirk) - MLife

Locale: Australia
weatherproof paper on 06/05/2011 15:13:26 MDT Print View

I would like 20 pages.

What would shipping be on that?

thanks

Josh

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/05/2011 15:25:42 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:44:39 MDT.

Michael Schwartz
(greenwalk) - MLife

Locale: PA & Ireland
Weatherproof Paper... anyone interested? on 06/05/2011 15:31:36 MDT Print View

Good idea! I'd like 30 sheets please. Mike

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/05/2011 15:35:02 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:45:32 MDT.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Paper on 06/05/2011 15:39:46 MDT Print View

"It looks like the envelopes will be about 12"x15" or slightly smaller."

How do you get 11x17 paper into a 12x15 envelope?

--B.G.--

Ken Thompson
(kthompson) - MLife

Locale: Behind the Redwood Curtain
Re: Re: Paper on 06/05/2011 15:43:39 MDT Print View

Since this paper is lighter than the NG Adventure paper, is it still thick enough to print on both sides without the backside screwing up the view on the side you are looking at?

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/05/2011 15:45:23 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:46:22 MDT.

John S.
(jshann) - F
Re: Weatherproof Paper... anyone interested? on 06/05/2011 17:53:50 MDT Print View

Where buying (link) so others can see the paper specs and price.

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/07/2011 13:08:55 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:48:49 MDT.

Jason G
(JasonG) - F

Locale: iceberg lake
ne on 06/07/2011 20:15:53 MDT Print View

I might be interested depending on price. What would it be for 20 pages or so?

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/07/2011 22:12:39 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:49:36 MDT.

tommy d
(vinovampire) - F
why not just spray? on 06/09/2011 06:01:00 MDT Print View

Why not just spray the paper you current have with silicone spray? A $7 can will treat way more than 14 pages. That's what I use anyway on my printed pages or copies.

http://www.atsko.com/products/waterproofing/silicone-water-guard.html

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/09/2011 20:56:37 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:47:34 MDT.

tommy d
(vinovampire) - F
Re: Spray... on 06/10/2011 05:28:35 MDT Print View

You raise some interesting points. I've never done anything on the scale that you're planning. If you have a can of spray already, you might want to try a few test pages and see how far it can get you. Testing one $6.95 can couldn't hurt and it would be a nice test. Weigh the paper before and after, etc.

Anyway, just throwing out some ideas. Good luck!

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/11/2011 18:20:42 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 06/11/2011 22:46:44 MDT.

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/11/2011 18:21:20 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 06/11/2011 22:44:49 MDT.

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/11/2011 18:23:13 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 06/11/2011 22:45:21 MDT.

billy goat
(billygoat) - F

Locale: West.
. on 06/11/2011 18:23:55 MDT Print View

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Edited by billygoat on 07/05/2011 23:47:00 MDT.