3275Re: [PPLetterpress] Just Getting Started...Is Kelsey A Good Buy For DIY Wedding Invitations?
- Dec 9, 2004This would not be a good buy regardless of press size as we do not have
replacement ink plates in stock. If the existing plate is repairable somehow,
Fritz Klinke, NA Graphics
1314 Greene Street, P.O. Box 467
Silverton, Colorado 81433 USA
970-387-0212, fax 970-387-0127
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ph. D." <phild@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 9:51 AM
Subject: Re: [PPLetterpress] Just Getting Started...Is Kelsey A Good Buy For DIY
> meg lambert said:
> > I have been looking for a tabletop press for awhile
> > and have finally found one for sale in my area. It
> > needs new rollers and a new ink plate (or repair to
> > the ink plate). It is a Kelsey, which I know is not
> > highly regarded for quality. I am trying to figure
> > out if this is a good purchase for me. I plan to use
> > it to print my wedding invitations (which do not have
> > to be finished until April, so I do have a bit of time
> > to practice). I plan to use the press with
> > photopolymer plates and will make about 100. Time and
> > cost of materials is not a large concern because the
> > main objective is a good excuse to learn something
> > new, but I would like for the end result to look
> > professional. I would really appreciate any
> > feedback.
> > Thank you.
> What size Kelsey is it? How much does the seller
> want for it?
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