I want to be able to print multiple colors at once without the rollers moving so much back and forth to muddle the colors together. I know there’s a way to do this by taking something out….the crescent I think?
I’m pretty sure i know the answer to this but……. I have this very beautiful paper that I want to print on and it has a deckle edge. Are there any tips or tricks to get it to print straight?
I’ll say that the form Roller gear is slipping off the track. I notice it’s when the vibrating roller shifts to the near side mostly. The only thing I have noticed is the first form Roller L shaped hinge is
I am about to be a new caretaker for a potter (not sure which edition, I think maybe a #2) which currently lives in a multi-level basement with several staircases. I was wondering how you would go about moving a
I recently helped someone with his SP-15. One of his problems was that one of the roller height adjustment knobs had broken due to an impact. His press had knobs of solid plastic, sort of pear-shaped with a tapered stem.
I am wondering what these two screw adjustments are for: The first is the square assembly near the inking plate with three screws, but then behind it recessed into the bed is a hex screw. I can’t find reference in
Does anyone know of someone in the Alabama area or nearby to do a refurb on a CRAFTSMEN SUPERIOR 6.5″ X 10″ TABLETOP LETTERPRESS? The press is in good shape overall. I would love to see it with new paint
Hello all, I’ve just begun to teach at shop with a 320 that has a deadline that as of right now is a solid 2 inches past the original scribe line. I know that its not unheard of to have
I recently acquired a Reprex No.1 with manual inking from 35+ years of storage. In that time it has had a few parts go missing that I will have to make new as finding parts I’m guessing will be next
I just started working with a friend’s No. 4 press. It prints great and seems like a really solid machine. The machinery used to lower the impression cylinder from trip to print during the print stroke then back up to
I haven’t checked in on the Vanderblog for a long time but wanted to say I had my rails milled at a reliable machine shop in Holyoke, MA, that works on a lot of old press equipment. I removed the
We are having some issues on our SP-15 with a “clicking” noise from the ink drum. It sounds like it’s coming from the pulley/timing belt area. It’s gotten progressively worst the past 2 days and also looks like it’s maybe