Go-C Graphics

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  1. Does this Vinyl Exist?

    Friends don't let Friends put glitter on a car. LOL
  2. I’m back but how long?

    What is Twitch?
  3. Distortion Correction on Cup

    I normally stretch the image about 10% to make it look right. I've never bothered to find a formula. Just guess. It's all an optical illusion anyway.
  4. Video of my LED RGB edge lit sign

    Very nice!
  5. Edge Lit Glass

    Check out my website. www.LEDLightBases.com
  6. looking for laser etcher on here for glass

    I replied to this. I don't know where it went. Shoot me a message with the details and the graphic and lets take a look at this. I'll be happy to help.
  7. how to load straight

    You just need some practice. Try a few different techniques and see what works. I personally do what's Wildgoose described.
  8. I don't understand your question. This isn't Microsoft Word or Excel. It's graphic software.
  9. heat press

    Yep Sounds like you're using the wrong type of vinyl.

    Say what?

    You'll always be welcomed. Thank goodness. But seriously I need to go buy a shovel tomorrow.

    Well I've started to prepare. I'm not normally the type of person to buy something that I don't know when I'm going to use it but I am the type who likes to have the right tool for the job when I need it. I've purchased a generator interlock kit for my breaker box as well as a 30A twist lock inlet box. This will allow me to plug the generator into an outlet on the side of my house and power most everything inside. http://www.geninterlock.com/product/generator-interlock-kit-square-d-qo-homeline-150-200-amp-panel-transfer-switch/ http://www.geninterlock.com/product/30-amp-125250-volt-l14-30-4-prong-4-wire-transfer-switchgenerator-extension-cord-and-30a-generator-inlet/ 2nd thing is of course the generator. It was a tough call trying to juggle cost vs power size. In the end I realized I had the money and we're only talking about $200 difference. I went with the bigger Generac generator, 7500watts. I may not be able to power my central AC with it but with this size I'll be able to have 2 window AC unit going and still have hot water. https://www.powerequipmentdirect.com/Generac-5943/p5508.html This has also given me the idea to build a shed off the side of my house to store it as well as some things out of my garage. I love a good project like this. Something like this. I'm not going to be caught off guard again. Me and my family will be very comfortable if we ever lose power again. Question........... At what point are you considered a "Prepper" LOL

    I'm back on-line........... It's been a very LONG and emotional 5 days. My county got ROCKED! I got to the hospital around 5pm Sunday to work the storm crew. The hospital lost power about 10pm Sunday night and we ran on generator for 12 hours. I worked throughout the storm making sure medical equipment was working correctly and making rounds. Finally got to go home around 5pm Monday. We lost power at the house around 2am Monday morning according to my neighbors. I was able to borrow a generator from a friend who didn't lose power but gas has been very hard to find. We've been running a flood light, the frig, and 2 fans ,very sparely, for days. I didn't have extension cords to run anything else. I had a very emotional 34 week pregnant wife. Between waiting 3 hours for gas, 2 hours for a decent cooked meal, crappy cell service, and hot sweaty nights it's just been long. I finally broke down and cried yesterday when my wife sent a selfie of her smiling and swimming at a friends house. It's been too long since I have seen her smile like that. Just really disappointed in my self for not being more prepared knowing in the future I'm going to have a little one to look out for also. Eye opening experience on what we take for granted. Everything you would need is GONE: Gas, Gas cans, water, food, extension cords, You name it. And places can't get trucks in to restock. You can't go anywhere because there's no telling when you're going to be able to get more gas. Restaurants might have power back on but they had to throw out all their food and can't get a truck in to restock. 1/2 mile long lines to get gas at only a few stations with both power and gas. Gas stations running out of gas often. All of our utilities are run underground so I didn't think it would take so long to restore power. For the future I've already purchased a generator for myself. I'm ordering the parts needed to wire it into the house electrical system. Need to buy gas cans to have on hand. I'm making a better list of food items we'll need. And now because we have a generator the list can include cold food. I'm also going to find a cheap window AC unit to run in a bedroom while we sleep. I'm just over it all....... Looking at the power company's restoration map it was looking like a few more days before we were going to get power back on. There was no planned restoration happening in my area. Thankfully after topping off the generator and firing it up around 8pm the power came on about 15 seconds later. I've learned my lesson......

    Dude come up here and stay in my house............. The hospital is making it mandatory for me to come in at 5pm Sunday and I have to stay til Monday night. So me and my 33 week pregnant wife will be chilling at the hospital. You're more then welcome to hold down my fort for me. And we're only expecting 75-95mph winds.
  15. Go-C Graphics

    So far I haven't had a problem turning a nice profit.