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[Cob] RE: Tin can roofVirginia Prins inanda1 at mts.net
Tue Dec 28 18:23:58 PST 2004
Yep, think we paid .50c ea for the large ones, .25c for the smaller ones. This in Ont. Canada Ginny --snip-- Don't even know if printing is > > still done this way, with all the computer printing these days. > > > > Much easier than trying to flatten tins properly. > > > The industry is slowly moving away from aluminum printing plates but there are still plenty of them > available. Most printers do recycle them at the local scrap dealers however so you will have to pay > for them at least scrap value. >
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