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11191Re: [PPLetterpress] Lettra Printing Tips

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  • Matt Kelsey
    Nov 25, 2009
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      I saw that on the Crane website previously. It is quite odd... perhaps the
      comment is related to the challenge of mixing brown Pantone inks, which can
      be trickier than other colors since there are often 4 components instead of
      2-3 in most formulas.

      I guess someone on the Crane communications team was trying to be helpful.
      :-) But without enough information to be really helpful.


      On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 8:40 PM, bielerpr <Bieler@...> wrote:

      > One of my clients sent me this (from Crane's website):
      > Lettra Printing Tips
      > Brown Ink
      > Brown inks are typically more difficult than most other ink colors to
      > print. The balance between good coverage and over inking is very delicate.
      > One letterpress printer improved print results by "skip feeding" the
      > project. He allowed two passes of the ink rollers between each printed
      > impression.
      > Um, brown ink is typically more difficult than most other inks colors to
      > print! That is as weird as the press mechanic who told me that blue ink is
      > the hardest color to clean off of a press! Superstitions and suspicions
      > abound, but why?
      > Gerald
      > http://BielerPress.blogspot.com

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