4629Re: Toyoba Printight 152 / Rigilon MX II 145 / BASF WS 152
- Sep 1, 2005Scott
Well, Martha has single handedly given letterpress a second wind so
perhaps we owe her a tip of the hat. Likely some fine printers should
schedule a meeting with her, show her some fine press books with
appropriate impression and it will all change by the next issue of
Martha Stewart Living. I can envision it now, "letterpress gets its
beauty from its impression into the paper, which captures light and
shadow in a magical way. . . but NOT too much impression mind you, or
you will ruin the effect." That would do it.
> I do not have experience with Toyoba or Printight, but in general, for
> very heavy impressions, I have done well with polymer. It certainly
> stands up much longer than does lead type to the demands of the Martha
> Stewart Heavy Impression Generation.
> I hope to see a lot more feedback from Toyoba users.
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