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I’m a little ashamed to admit that I had no concept of the different between dry and web lab printers until recently. I’m still trying to find a lab I’m happy with in NZ and was told by one of the labs I was looking at that they had a wet lab, of which they were boasting as being of superior quality. Having done my own research into this I’ve found a lot of conflicting advice and views (as always) out there. Just wondering if you’ve got any personal opinions and views from your experience on this subject?

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