Hi, all. I have an SP-15 in excellent working condition, located at The Center for the Book in San Francisco. I believe I am the 2nd owner of the press: I purchased it in 2004 from a retired local newspaper
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 just got brand new rollers and cores. The weird thing is that when I check my roller height, it’s not even throughout. The ends are the same but the middle of the roller has a thinner stripe when I
I have a powered Uni-I, and my Clutch Drive Adjustment instruction plaque has come off, can someone tell me which way it should be mounted on the drive side cover? Should it be right side up when on the operator
Vanderblog is happy to announce it has added a census for Poco proof presses to complement those for other common brands of flatbed cylinder proof presses.
The pedal on the press is sticking, I figured the grippers needed to be cleaned so I took that assembly apart and cleaned it, and the pedal is still sticking. Not sure what to do!! In another unrelated note (or
For sale is our beloved Vandercook #4. It is hard to say goodbye to this great press, but life changes means it is time to find a new home. I have given this press a lot of love, and cared
Chatwin Press announces the publication of the revised and updated fifth edition of Gerald Lange’s Printing Digital Type on the Hand-Operated Flatbed Cylinder Press.
I just received a request for the specs for the cores for a No 1 Reprex. this is the same one posted on Briar press. I will make a drawing and share a pdf on this site. I need: – overall core length
Can someone recommend someone who can move a vandy 4 from Seattle to Maryland? I don’t have the equipment or manpower at the moment.
Well, after 25 years of printing on Vandercooks, I encountered a new problem today. There is a 1/2″ strip across the whole sheet that is not printing with the correct impression. It is illogical, but it seems that the carriage raises
Hi–I’ve taken apart the gripper assembly to give it a good cleaning. In the past I’ve used Simple Green to soak everything and loosen the grime and then used a toothbrush to get in all the nooks and crannies, etc.