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    Have the picture to canvas experts turn your photos and digital images in to canvas works of art. Makes the perfect gift for Christmas
    Print your (URL deleted) as is or let PaintYourLife editors give it an exciting new look of Pop Art, Lichtenstein or Obama style. From 59$ only!
    The Ideal Holiday Gift! Photogonia is an expert at bringing you quality canvas poster printing, oil based canvas printing, and gallery wrapped canvas . Printing your photos onto canvas has never been easier! Simply follow our guidelines and you will be having your photos printed on canvas in no time!

    Last edited by Tant01; 05-02-2009, 02:51 PM. Reason: Banned

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    A fine example of spam

    While I have gotten in the habit of deleting "SPAM" and BANNING spammers without hesitation, I'm going to leave ONE of the posts on the OPEN forum... On the very SLIGHT chance that ANYONE may be interested or LOOKING for similar service.

    We have little tolerance for unsolicited ads of any kind but thanks for giving me the opportunity to exercise my "moderator" skills... The link will be disabled or deleted.



    • #3
      Want to know the differences between inkjet and laser printers? Inkjet and laser printers are similar in their process of creating a printed image, but there are some major differences.

      Inkjet printers use a small, fine-atomized ink to create images, while laser printers use a laser beam to heat up tiny droplets of toner, which then becomes ink. This creates an image on the paper. Inkjet printers can be used for both color and black-and-white printing, while laser printers are only for creating color images.

      Inkjet printers have many advantages over laser printers in terms of cost, speed and quality. Inkjet printers are cheaper than laser printers because they do not require expensive materials or large amounts of energy for their operation. The inkjet printer uses an electric current to heat up tiny droplets of toner (ink) until it melts into liquid form. The melted liquid will then be deposited onto the page through a print head containing thousands of tiny nozzles that direct this liquid onto the paper surface as it passes through them at high speed (up to 80 pages per minute). The amount of material used in one print job depends on several factors including: type of paper used; size