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grapplesaw

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#21
Are those the faceplates I had Silk Screened?
The C-4000 are ones you silkscreened. It’s lettering color is what we found to look like stainless steel and match the lettering on the black face plates I made years ago.
It sure was a worthwhile project Perry. You probably had the color code on the bill. Must say that both 4000t lazer etched and the silkscreened c-4000 face plates turned out great. Was a team effort wasn’t it. Thanks again Joe for supplying them done and to you Perry for putting all the pieces together
 

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The C-4000 are ones you silkscreened. It’s lettering color is what we found to look like stainless steel and match the lettering on the black face plates I made years ago.
It sure was a worthwhile project Perry. You probably had the color code on the bill. Must say that both 4000t lazer etched and the silkscreened c-4000 face plates turned out great. Was a team effort wasn’t it. Thanks again Joe for supplying them done and to you Perry for putting all the pieces together

Just wondering. We've done so many projects together that I hardly remember WHAT we have done. I don't remember the Laser etched 4000t's. I do remember having 4000 and 4000t silk screened ones though.
 

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Just wondering. We've done so many projects together that I hardly remember WHAT we have done. I don't remember the Laser etched 4000t's. I do remember having 4000 and 4000t silk screened ones though.
The 4000t plates were the last ones we got. Your silk screen guy wanted a setup fee of like $125 and I think there were only 4 to get done so we opted to get the laser Etched. I like both
 

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Your projects are impeccable Glen. And good sense of timing to make for home when you did.

Luck was on my side as well. I spent a few days on the Lower Mainland visiting some relatives I may not see again and a couple of friends. I started back to Castlegar last Friday passing Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope and Princeton.

A day or so before the deluge.

If I’d left additional food with my dog while he was being boarded in Grand Forks, I would have been inclined to stay another day or two.

That would have been a problem.
 
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