Hello! I have been wondering about proper packing on my SP-20. I have a Galley Bed Plate with 040 cylinder undercut. I have Vandercook Tympan, .003 packing sheets and a Mylar sheet. Everything I can find as to how much
Hi everyone! I’m hoping someone out there may be able to offer me some advice with packing my Vandercook 320G. I’ve got a piece of cold rolled steel, 18 gauge/.050″ to make up for the galley depth. I talked to
I’m in the thick of trying to get my Vandercook 320G up and running. This is different than other Vandercooks I’ve printed on for various reasons (it’s completely manual, the metal and rubber rollers are behind the cylinder, etc). I’ve
Hi there, I have just picked up an old No. 14 Vandercook Proofing Press, model no. 7459 from Wellington NZ. The cylinder spent the weekend soaking in a bucket of diesel to un-sieze the mechanism and is now moving beautifully.
Hi, I have the press basically back together and I’m starting to get things reset so that I can start printing. Some quesitons on how to do a few things: 1. How can I determine the amount of packing needed
This question comes via email: Q: Is the Vandercook letterpress capable of printing forms larger than type high? I have a woodblock that I’ve carved, and it is about 1/8″ higher than the type. A: It is possible only if