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Old 03-23-2009, 02:41 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by groucho View Post
You aren't the first one to be confused with it. Long ago and far away, I was about to send a job out for films when I noticed it would run FORTY black plates, each a different gray tint. Called the artist, confirmed it was just supposed to be a 4-color job. Saved them a fortune by not running the 40 "gray" percents they had in the job as separate plates.
Yike! That's a lot of printing plates. Good thing you spotted it.
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