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    All,

    I have had several requests to post/send the images I created to make the label for my blade bank label at:

    http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showpos...&postcount=197

    You can down load the print ready images at:

    Color: http://www.catoctingroup.com/Label_v0.jpg

    Greyscale: http://www.catoctingroup.com/Label_v1-GreyScale.jpg

    NOTE: These images are scaled for a can that is 2 3/4" high x 2 1/2" in diameter. Unfortunately, I did not save the high-resolution version I used to create this label.

    Hope this helps.

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    Very cool!
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    Very nice!
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    That is very cool, thanks for the links.

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    Thanks!

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    That is a very nice setup!

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    Thank you very much!
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    Bravo! Very cool.
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    You forgot to upload the mushroom decal.

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    Awesome, thanks!

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    Good work... Thanks for that!!!
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    Very cool offer sir....Kudos!

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    Much appreciated, thank you.

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    Thanks! Made mine last night using a slightly larger can that I painted metallic silver. Laminated the label with a green tint sheet (actually lighter green than appears in the pic) which should be appropriate for the recycling!

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    What a great idea! It's everything a blade bank should be, including cheap.
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    Excellent and appreciated work but I have two questions:

    1. How do you get the soup out of the cans, and
    2. What kind of interest does a blade bank pay

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveclarkus View Post
    2. What kind of interest does a blade bank pay
    Mine gives me a great return on my investment.

    Its almost full now, and when I shake it back and forth, I get a nice "thunka-thunka" sound to remind me of all the fun I've been having since I switched to wet-shaving.
    This Signature for rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveclarkus View Post
    Excellent and appreciated work but I have two questions:

    1. How do you get the soup out of the cans, and
    2. What kind of interest does a blade bank pay
    1. A straw. (works great on the noodles)
    2. Just a cut above the rest.
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    Thank you so much for the work. I'll be printing out the label tomorrow.
    '59 Fatboy,'53 SS,'40's gold fathandled Tech,'65 Schick Eversharp.

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