How can i stretch inkjet printed canvas on the frames?

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mafarka
Nov 12, 2008
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Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?

Thanks

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Dave
Nov 12, 2008
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:00:38 +0100, [mfk]
wrote:

Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?
Thanks

I copied your question and pasted it in Google Search.
In .46 seconds I had numerous answers.
Why could you not do it, nameless one?
Go find yourself a name somewhere
and learn about search machines.
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PeteR
Nov 12, 2008
` "Dave" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:00:38 +0100, [mfk]
wrote:

Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?
Thanks

I copied your question and pasted it in Google Search.
In .46 seconds I had numerous answers.
Why could you not do it, nameless one?
Go find yourself a name somewhere
and learn about search machines.

Well, he’s/she’s gone, probably never to return.

Why do you do this? He/She probably doesn’t know how to use a search engine or know how to set up a user group name.
The other point is that there are many others quietly browsing through the subjects picking up useful information along the way.
I was curious (not interested at this stage) as to how to stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames and a written response or a web link may have got me and many others interested in the technique. That’s all you had to do.

You went to all the trouble to do a Google search and then came up with your negative response. This served no purpose at all other than to probably scare this person away (and probably a few others) with a bad feeling about newsgroups and those that lurk there.

Anyway, here’s a link that goes into a lot of detail:
http://canvasishere.blogspot.com/
There, it didn’t take long, didn’t cost anything and no one got hurt. It’s that simple.

Regards
PeteR

RG
Roy G
Nov 12, 2008
"[mfk]" wrote in message
Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?
Thanks

On the 9th you first asked about printing onto canvas, and obviously you knew less than nothing.

At the end of that thread on the 11th you said you would buy an Epson 3800 printer.

One day later, you now want to know how to stretch the printed canvas, as if you had prints ready for stretching.

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

Roy G
JJ
John J
Nov 13, 2008
Roy G wrote:

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

And you just like disrespecting anyone who is genuinely curious.
MR
Mike Russell
Nov 13, 2008
Why could you not do it, nameless one?

You must have some materials purchasing rate and
learning curve. OR you just
like asking questions for the sake of asking.

Is there something in the water today?

Mike Russell – http://www.curvemeister.com
JJ
John J
Nov 13, 2008
Mike Russell wrote:
Why could you not do it, nameless one?

You must have some materials purchasing rate and
learning curve. OR you just
like asking questions for the sake of asking.

Is there something in the water today?

Floooride! It’s diminishing our natural bodily fluids!
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Jurgen
Nov 13, 2008
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:37:47 -0600, John J wrote:

Roy G wrote:

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

And you just like disrespecting anyone who is genuinely curious.

The real problem is far more sinister.
These cretins are bored. They’ve infested most of the low volume newsgroups and driven newbes away in their droves. Now they troll the few useful groups left, looking for a post they can gain self gratification from by insulting the poster. Juvenille minds in control of powerful computers and nothing to do with them except destroy what they came to enjoy.
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Dave
Nov 13, 2008
On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 09:12:43 +1000, "PeteR"
wrote:

` "Dave" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:00:38 +0100, [mfk]
wrote:

Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?
Thanks

I copied your question and pasted it in Google Search.
In .46 seconds I had numerous answers.
Why could you not do it, nameless one?
Go find yourself a name somewhere
and learn about search machines.

Why do you do this?

Regards
PeteR

Why I did this? Only one day earlier (go read ‘Web Page from CS3’) I supplied, like may times before, a complete answer. With no come back. Some of them are to stupid to know where they posted and time and effort gets wasted thus, by answering them.

Secondly, somebody posting messages without using a name, usually is trolls not wanting to be traced or be remembered.

You ask the regulars how often we do not get a come back on answers given. We do not want a thank you, but only a sentence saying the advice was tested.
RG
Roy G
Nov 13, 2008
"Jurgen" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:37:47 -0600, John J wrote:

Roy G wrote:

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

And you just like disrespecting anyone who is genuinely curious.

The real problem is far more sinister.
These cretins are bored. They’ve infested most of the low volume newsgroups and driven newbes away in their droves. Now they troll the few useful groups left, looking for a post they can gain self gratification from by insulting the poster. Juvenille minds in control of powerful computers and nothing to do with them except destroy what they came to enjoy.

These judgements on my character are a bit over the top.

Just look at the timeframe involved in this poster’s ( Troll? ) questions.

There is no way he could have got a canvas print ready for stretching, just 2 days after not even knowing about the existance of photo canvas, and not even having the sense to look up the Epson site.

Then he says he is going to buy a 3800 printer, just like that.

He is at it.

Roy G
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Jurgen
Nov 13, 2008
On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 17:02:30 +0000, Roy G wrote:

"Jurgen" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:37:47 -0600, John J wrote:

Roy G wrote:

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

And you just like disrespecting anyone who is genuinely curious.

The real problem is far more sinister. These cretins are bored. They’ve infested most of the low volume newsgroups and driven newbes away in their droves. Now they troll the few useful groups left, looking for a post they can gain self gratification from by insulting the poster. Juvenille minds in control of powerful computers and nothing to do with them except destroy what they came to enjoy.

These judgements on my character are a bit over the top.
Just look at the timeframe involved in this poster’s ( Troll? ) questions.

There is no way he could have got a canvas print ready for stretching, just 2 days after not even knowing about the existance of photo canvas, and not even having the sense to look up the Epson site.
Then he says he is going to buy a 3800 printer, just like that.
He is at it.

Roy G

No one is suggesting he bought the printer or for that matter even made a print. Did no one ever tell you to do some research before you spent money or are you one of the fortunate few (it seems like it) who gets whatever they want without concern for know how to use it?

Your disrespect is the reason I judge you. The very least you could do is show enough respect to another poster to refrean from making insulting comments until you are in possession of some facts. Otherwise you fit my assesment of you.
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Waterspider
Nov 14, 2008
"Dave" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:00:38 +0100, [mfk]
wrote:

Hi,
how can i stretch the inkjet printed canvas on the wood frames?
Thanks

I copied your question and pasted it in Google Search.
In .46 seconds I had numerous answers.
Why could you not do it, nameless one?
Go find yourself a name somewhere
and learn about search machines.

I wanted to try printing photos on canvas about a year ago, so I Googled and, yeah, in about .46 seconds I had numerous answers. Problem was, there were several methods described and techniques were often contradictory or simply baffling to one who had never done it before. I guess I might have posted a question here, like mfk, but I didn’t really want to invite a storm of insults from people like you, Dave, because I had already seen that this group can be a tough nut to crack. Oh, and please don’t be too hard on me because I don’t have a real name like you, Dave; I didn’t think it was that big a deal on Usenet. And, btw, I’m still looking for a better technique of finishing corners on my canvas prints, but please don’t trouble yourself with advice, I shall continue sifting through Google results and studying other’s work.
JJ
John J
Nov 14, 2008
It’s a darned good question and asking again invites a new set of people to bring their inventive talents to the problem.

Good for the OP!
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mafarka
Nov 15, 2008
Scriveva Jurgen giovedì, 13/11/2008:
On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 17:02:30 +0000, Roy G wrote:

"Jurgen" wrote in message
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 19:37:47 -0600, John J wrote:

Roy G wrote:

You must have some materials purchasing rate and learning curve. OR you just like asking questions for the sake of asking.

And you just like disrespecting anyone who is genuinely curious.

The real problem is far more sinister. These cretins are bored. They’ve infested most of the low volume newsgroups and driven newbes away in their droves. Now they troll the few useful groups left, looking for a post they can gain self gratification from by insulting the poster. Juvenille minds in control of powerful computers and nothing to do with them except destroy what they came to enjoy.

These judgements on my character are a bit over the top.
Just look at the timeframe involved in this poster’s ( Troll? ) questions.

There is no way he could have got a canvas print ready for stretching, just 2 days after not even knowing about the existance of photo canvas, and not even having the sense to look up the Epson site.
Then he says he is going to buy a 3800 printer, just like that.
He is at it.

Roy G

No one is suggesting he bought the printer or for that matter even made a print. Did no one ever tell you to do some research before you spent money or are you one of the fortunate few (it seems like it) who gets whatever they want without concern for know how to use it?
Your disrespect is the reason I judge you. The very least you could do is show enough respect to another poster to refrean from making insulting comments until you are in possession of some facts. Otherwise you fit my assesment of you.

Hello you all guys 😉

i didn’t want to start a flame thread!

i’d like just that you all think about a thing: everyone has got his/her own personal reasons to do or to don’t do a thing.

To Judge is bad. The society of today simply fires on everything put us one against the other. If a guy doesn’t want to answer to my question, simply has to ignore my thread. The Ng isn’t a place owned from a guy or another..is a opena and free place for everyone.

If i asked on NG without checking before on Google is because i like to listen a personal suggestion on how to stretch canvas. People that sell stretch kits the 90% of the times don’t know how to use them or try to sell his/her own stretch kit, they don’t interest your own personal issues and enigma.

If i said to buy a Epson 7880 (not a Epson 3800) is because i need it to print positive films for screenprinting. I discovered that with this printer is possible to print on canvas, so i asked simply how to stretch them.

I hope everything it clear now, and next time please, be more quiet 😉

Fabio
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mafarka
Nov 15, 2008
Scriveva PeteR giovedì, 13/11/2008:
Anyway, here’s a link that goes into a lot of detail:
http://canvasishere.blogspot.com/
There, it didn’t take long, didn’t cost anything and no one got hurt. It’s that simple.

Regards
PeteR

Wow! I’m downloading entirely the website, thanks a lot!

F.
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Dave
Nov 15, 2008
Hello you all guys 😉

i didn’t want to start a flame thread!

i’d like just that you all think about a thing: everyone has got his/her own personal reasons to do or to don’t do a thing.
To Judge is bad. The society of today simply fires on everything put us one against the other. If a guy doesn’t want to answer to my question, simply has to ignore my thread. The Ng isn’t a place owned from a guy or another..is a opena and free place for everyone.

If i asked on NG without checking before on Google is because i like to listen a personal suggestion on how to stretch canvas. People that sell stretch kits the 90% of the times don’t know how to use them or try to sell his/her own stretch kit, they don’t interest your own personal issues and enigma.

If i said to buy a Epson 7880 (not a Epson 3800) is because i need it to print positive films for screenprinting. I discovered that with this printer is possible to print on canvas, so i asked simply how to stretch them.

I hope everything it clear now, and next time please, be more quiet 😉
Fabio

Hello Fabio,

I started this flame, so I am not to ‘be quiet’ now.
You may have been misjudged and if this is the case, forgive me therefore. I am in the habit of (automatically) look at the name of the posters, and usually the trolls are using such undecipherable codes like you did.

I keep on remembering one of those trolls posting here on this same newsgroup, asking for a specific small file (dll or something to this effect) with a reasonable explanation why his was in need of it.

I took it from my version of PS and emailed it to him. He had some or another explanation why he could not get it via his email. I then posted it to my homepage and gave him a link where to download it. He *downloaded it and replied while swearing at me because the file ‘looked funny’ to him or something to this effect.

This is not the only incident coming to mind, believe me. I was serious about what I said about the search machine. I like your explanation because you ‘like to listen to personal suggestions.’ It still left the impression you know nothing about search machines.

Keep on posting here. You’ll learn a lot (and talk to friendly guys like me)

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