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Re: [BKARTS] Printing scrolls

 If you have access to a plotter...you could plot the scrolls. I suggest looking into any print shops that print architectural plans, blueprints etc. As an architecture librarian I see our students plot out drawings on a regular basis - if you go to a printshop they should be able to provide the paper and charge by length and ink. A place like Kinkos might have the ability but i'm not entirely sure. If you know anyone at an architectural firm they might let you pay to use theirs...or if you know anyone at your local university (if they have an architecture school) you might ask if you can use theirs. Good luck. Kathrin Dodds--- On Thu 12/08, Silver MayKitten < maykitten1@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:From: Silver MayKitten [mailto: maykitten1@xxxxxxxxx]To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 15:54:11 -0800Subject: Re: [BKARTS] Printing scrollsAstroparche is available in roll form, but 5,000 feet. Youmight check some continuous forms shops to see if you can buy aroll 
end.MaiKätzchen--- "Wotypka, Joanne" wrote:> Hi folks,> > This place continues to be a fountain of amazing information!> > I have a question: I'm on the cusp of finishing my PhD> dissertation> (it's on Kerouac and Buddhism) and I thought it would be> really cool to> give my supervisors a scroll copy of my work (like the On The> Road> scroll). Does anyone have any suggestions about where I> might find a> printer that can do a very long scroll? All I've gotten so> far is a> bunch of strange looks and even stranger emails.> > Anywhere in North America would work.> > cheers, and Happy Holidays> > joanne> > ***********************************************> Now Online - The Bonefolder, Vol. 2, No. 1 at> > > For all your subscription questions, go to the> Book_Arts-L FAQ and Archive.> > See for full> information> ***********************************************> Pagan, Pagan, what are 
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