Not sure why I always run into issues when on deadlines… Having an issue where I get an impression but there just isn’t any ink on the form and would love to hear any thoughts on what the problem/solution might
Hi, Apologies as I believe I have asked this question before …but am unable to find the answer it here…. There is a Vandercook crescent that fits my FAG Standard 550 model. Before I ask Fritz – does anyone know
This post explains how a draw sheet (the top sheet that keeps the packing in place) is properly installed. For the Model 0, a dimension of 12 × 26″ will cover the face of the impression cylinder (18″ long) and
I have recently lucked onto a Challenge 15MP that is lightly used and been stored in a dry building for 40 years. It has some light surface rust but nothing that fine steel wool can’t take care of. Everything moves
Our refurbished Soldan Proofmaster is missing the plate for packing instruction, and I am trying to find the mm to be able to pack it correctly. The press is a UK press, as far as I know there is only
We bought used “Korrex 03” 2 years ago but we have never used before, just a trial run. Now we decided to use this machine but we can not switch on the machine. We couldn’t detect whats wrong. Could you
The drive belt on my Challenge MP-15 just broke. I found a link to buy a new one from Grainger, based on a link Paul had posted for an SP-15 (the specs seem correct, 18″ long, 1/5″ pitch, 90 teeth).
Big unique good working automatic letterpress proofing press. Paper size 52×74 cm Printing size 52×72 cm Letter height 24.85 mm (Dutch height) Works on 380 Volt, weight is about 2.500 kilo. Starting bid is € 3000,– which is $
I recently spent a day at Hazel & Violet in Phoenix but left there with two unfinished tasks: This press is missing its end guides. The channel for the end guides are ⅝” wide × 1 13⁄16” high × ½
This rare Wesel proof press, in Australia, has been brought to my attention by its owner Josh Dobija of Dobija Print World. It appears to be the “Self-feeding Self-Inking Web Proof Press,” made by F. Wesel Manufacturing Co., circa 1888-1903.
I have recently “acquired” a Reprex No. 1 Proof Press, and I say “acquired” because it’s as good as mine as long as I move it from it’s current location. Does anyone have any particular advice/lessons learned about moving these
i am restoring a no.2 potter proof press. the peddle is broken and i am looking for another one. does anyone know any leads on finding a peddle for this press?