Hi All, I have a 215 and some lines of text are showing up with a ‘shadow’ or blurry around them, as the attached photo shows in the ‘we have reserved’ line. I’ve wiped the plate down, cleaned it, checked
What is the usa ⅜-16 thread equal to in both British, European and metric? I am looking for a mic adapter of 5/8-27 female to either ⅜ euro thread, metric thread, or 1/8 ips threads male. Do any of these
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?
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
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Can I a retrofit a counter on my Universal I? If so, where are they available and did all V’s originally have one? Thanks, Neil
My shop power has gone out and likely won’t be back on until tomorrow. I was in the middle of a job, of course. So now I’m trying to clean up. 1. How can I clean the main ink drum?
I currently print on a Vandercook and run a business here in the US, but am looking at moving to Northern Ireland for a year. I’d like to continue printing —either on a borrowed press (in a shared studio environment)
May your bearers be clean, your rollers be true and your packing be tight Detail from a July 1963 British Printer display ad for Dayco Rubber (U.K.) Ltd. Plant: Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., Toronto.
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Hello, I’ve recently acquired this Advance Guillotine & I’m wondering if there’s a place to get a device to lock the blade in place when not in use. I know I can chain the counter weight down, but it’d be