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  • CMYK color wheel mixer

    I'm trying to locate a CMYK color wheel mixer like printer's use (or used to use a few years back). Looks kind of like a proportion wheel, but with CMYK transparency screen overlays with 10% increments. You move the wheel around to simulate a color build. Looks something like this, but I don't think this is it:
    http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/c/Image...rwheel_cmy.jpg

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    wow... i havent seen one of those in years... MANY years! yeah it would be cool to get my hands on one of those too!
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    • #3
      We actually have a couple laying around (being a printer an' all), but I'll be damned if I can find where you can buy these things. Weird
      They are fairly old, and we don't use them much nowadays, most people use things like Kuler and such.

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