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Mike Sellers

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Copying and Reproducing Artwork
« on: January 22, 2016, 05:05:45 pm »

An artist approached me with a project that I can`t handle. She wants her 18x24 painting copied then possibly printed to 10 feet on one side. Can anyone recommend a lab in the Columbus or Cincinnati area?


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Re: Copying and Reproducing Artwork
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2016, 09:29:33 am »

Find someone with a Betterlight system. The painting would have to be scanned in ALOT of tiny sections at a high resolution and then stitched together to create an EXTREMELY large file.

Of course, I'm sure she wants it printed in one piece, right?

Someone with an 11880 could print 2 halves of about 45 x 120.

Go on line to the Betterlight site and click on the applications folder and scroll down to the owners gallery and directory. No one is currently listed in Ohio but a couple are in Illinois.
You could also post a question in the Betterlight forum.
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