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Re: Looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo

Sure, you're right Matt. Today you can use typefaces at whatever size. You can use a Caption version at 72pt, there's no way you can avoid it. Doing so you
Maurizio Piacenza
Oct 12
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Re: Looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo

That is remarkable, from 6 pt. to 72 pt. It's something that digital typefaces rarely do, with size-specific designs. At most there are 3 or 4 size-adjusted
Matt Kelsey
Oct 11
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Re: Looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo

Hi Matt, thanks for suggesting BriarPress, I'll also try to post there. Yes, you're right, stroke thickness doesn't change between sizes. The design changes in
Maurizio Piacenza
Oct 10
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Re: Looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo

I was not aware of this typeface before visiting Italy this spring, and saw it in a display at Tipoteca, and then at Archivio Tipografico where Nello explained
Matt Kelsey
Oct 10
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Looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo

Hi all, I'm looking for Neon Chiaro by Nebiolo. I have a project I'm working on that is based on Neon Chiaro and its changes in design at different sizes. I
    Maurizio Piacenza
    Oct 9
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    14033

    International Printing Museum Annual Fair

    I will once again have tables at the International Printing Museum’s Los Angeles Printers Fair. This year the fair features “the book arts and paper.”
    bieler@att.net
    Oct 8
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    14032

    Re: vacuum loss

    What should be a pretty simple troubleshooting job has morphed here. Let's forget the vacuum gauge. Connect a suction line from the pump long enough to reach
    rdziesing
    Sep 14
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    14031

    Re: vacuum loss

    Thanks. I don’t think the negative is the culprit. Our negatives are made with Pictorico and an Epson Surecolor 600. This has been successful for about 2
    Katie Harper
    Sep 14
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    14030

    Re: vacuum loss

    Air filter for the pump might be clogged. ... From: Ed Inman edinman@... [PPLetterpress] To: PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, September
    Michael T. Metz
    Sep 14
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    14029

    Re: vacuum loss

    A couple of random thoughts, just in case the problem bay be something other than the vacuum: 1. What sort of negative is being used? Are you certain it is
    Ed Inman
    Sep 13
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    14028

    Re: vacuum loss

    By the way, the vacuum looked good when I started the exposure, but by the end (2 minutes) everything was loose. Heat from the lamps?? -- Katie Harper Assoc.
    Katie Harper
    Sep 13
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    14027

    Re: vacuum loss

    Hi, all We replaced the kreen and all looked good until I actually put a plate and neg under the kreen. Then the vacuum did not hold. As I mentioned earlier,
    Katie Harper
    Sep 13
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    14026

    Re: vacuum loss

    I don't know of a shelf life for a roll of kreene. I suppose it could lose elasticity after a decade on the shelf...but I've never seen this happen. The
    Harold Kyle
    Sep 11
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    14025

    Scripps College Press Goudy Lecture & Workshop in Book Arts: Radha P

    Scripps College Press invites you to this fall's Frederic W. Goudy Lecture in Book Arts at Scripps College in Claremont, California. Lecture and workshop
    tblassin
    Sep 10
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    14024

    Re: vacuum loss

    Thanks to all for suggestions. Thanks, Harold, for clearing up the confusion on ordering more Kreen. I’ll look into that. It probably would not hurt us to
    Katie Harper
    Sep 6
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