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232p Set Form Roller Unit Carriage Wear??

Hi Everyone!   I’m in the middle of aligning the Set Form Rollers on this old 232p. Struggling somewhat…. But since I noticed something, I like to get some answers before going on: 1, 2, 3 are the roller unit carriage on the press. A, B1, and B2 are rollers from the Upper Ink Unit. …

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232P For Sale

I’m looking to find a good home for a Vandercook 232P, due to unforeseen circumstances I have to let this gem go.  I have done several large edition works on the press.  It’s in great condition, rollers are in good shape, new wiring/good motor and it has all of it’s original parts and manual. It …

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232 Ink Drum

It looks like I’m going to have to remove the ink drum on my 232. Having never done this, I’m a bit intimidated. The construction looks very similar to a Universal III. Can anyone talk me through this? John Horn

232P restoration and conversion project

Wesleyan University Art Professor David Schorr and Studio Tech Kate Ten Eyck have acquired a Vandercook 232P for the Printmaking studio. Kate sent me this photo of the press as it looked in November. Their objective is to convert this power carriage press into a hand-cranked one. The 232 is a big press: maximum form: …

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