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Posted on Fri, 25 Feb 2005 at 6:59



Hi can anyone help. I want to set up a skateboard printers in the uk. I would like some tec info if anyone would like to help me

Phil macey

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Anonymous says: i can develope something give me dimensions of boards. if you like you can fly me over to build one together. cheap rates. thanks gary decotec2001@yahoo.com posted on: Thu, 03/03/2005 - 3:32am
Anonymous says: hi thanks, but what i am stuck on is getting the frames stretched when the frame is cureved(not flat as per normal) Phil posted on: Tue, 03/08/2005 - 6:52am
Anonymous says: Print your veneer first, then make your boards. Easy. posted on: Wed, 03/09/2005 - 4:46am
Anonymous says: I have a HUGE question. I am one of the creators of a website called UselessMayhem.com which hosts footage and picture of young skaters from different parts of the nation. Were starting to grow and have ...

I have a HUGE question. I am one of the creators of a website called UselessMayhem.com which hosts footage and picture of young skaters from different parts of the nation. Were starting to grow and have had numerous donations (mostly stickers). We are looking for a skate deck company who will dontate decks to us with our design on it and the logo of the company in exchange of advertisement on our website and publicity. No profit would come from the boards. If money were to be made off the boards it would go back into the products we hand out ONLY (stickers, shirts, decks). We have no other agenda other then to hand out free stuff to kids at local skate parks. We just need a company to donate decks, the companies logo would be on the decks so people know where they came from and how much they helped us. Please e-mail me back if anyone is interested.

posted on: Fri, 04/01/2005 - 4:03am
Anonymous says: Phil, My name is Dean and i am currently in the process of putting together a skate company. I was wondering how you were getting along with your board printing as i am interested in getting someboards ...

Phil,

My name is Dean and i am currently in the process of putting together a skate company.
I was wondering how you were getting along with your board printing as i am interested in getting someboards printed up.
We are currently in the process of running a competition via our site for someone to design our logo for us after which we can then get out products printed.
you can get back to me at shredskateboards@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks

Dean
Shred skateboard company

posted on: Thu, 06/09/2005 - 7:22am
Anonymous says: Found a reat website that will print as many custom decks you want...even only one...any design you want...they even have a way for you to design it ont he site...its the best...check it out...tell them ...

Found a reat website that will print as many custom decks you want...even only one...any design you want...they even have a way for you to design it ont he site...its the best...check it out...tell them that Don form USELESSmayhem sent you!

http://www.boardpusher.com

posted on: Tue, 07/05/2005 - 8:23pm
Anonymous says: Hey Read your message on screenweb and am very interested in the logo competition. Please send me more information. What is your web site address? Cindi posted on: Sat, 07/09/2005 - 10:11pm
Anonymous says: I think it's really cool that your company is trying to give away free stuff to kids. I was just looking at your web page @ http://www.uselessmayhem.com/home.htm and I wanted to let you know that when ...

I think it's really cool that your company is trying to give away free stuff to kids. I was just looking at your web page @ http://www.uselessmayhem.com/home.htm and I wanted to let you know that when I clicked on the links where it said "free stickers" and "join the team" it took me no where. I am able to log onto the image board though so I was hoping you would send me info regarding the free stickers for my kids and their friends. I was also interested in the team. I couldn't figure out any other way to contact you regarding these matters. thanks Rachel Wase

posted on: Tue, 11/08/2005 - 2:14pm

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