Mike Very inventive. The inquiries I have received regarding distortion under extreme impression have all had to do with polyster backed plates that requireMessage 1 of 32 , Sep 4, 2004View SourceMike
The inquiries I have received regarding distortion under extreme
impression have all had to do with polyster backed plates that require
adhesive for attachment. I've assumed the problem was the polyster
backing and the adhesive, that there is distortion with undue
pressure. And that the photopolymer surface is responding to the
subsurface density or "flex."
I would really like to know what your experience is in this regard.
>--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "Michael T. Metz" <mtmetz@s...>wrote:
> I use photopolymer with honeycomb base without the aforementioned
> magnetic base. I use .037 polyester backed plates with precut sheet
> Mike Metz
Thanks for the plug Gerald. I apologize that my website is not yet up and running. All the best, Mike ... From: Gerald Lange [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]Message 32 of 32 , Sep 13, 2004View SourceThanks for the plug Gerald. I apologize that my website is not yet up and
All the best,
From: Gerald Lange [mailto:bieler@...]
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 8:42 PM
Subject: [PPLetterpress] Re: honeycomb bases
Mike's storyletter mentioned here is quite a fun read. Brought a smile
to my face... The trials and tribulations of trying to print toilet
paper on a Heidelberg windmill. The entire step-by-step process and
saga revealed before your very eyes. Get em while they are hot (off
the press) folks. A letterpress bargain at this price.
The Humoralist Times
P O Box 1461
Lawrence, KS 66044
> Hey Gerald,...
> I bought your book. Buy mine and find out. It is a 20 page
> (including cover) letterpress printed serial storyletter.
> I only have one issue out so far.
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> What is your Humorlist Times about by the way?