9786Re: PPWeirdness (dampening follow up)
- May 8, 2008Hi Gerald,
I was browsing the archives on dampening paper and came across your post below in
which you seem suprised at the dampening of Lettra. Could you tell me why you were
I am getting ready to print a job on 32# lettra and am debating if I should dampen the
paper. I will be printing on polymer plates with primarily line art with black ink.
I have dampened heavier weight paper before with good results but I am wondering if it
makes sense for a lighter weight paper. I assume it does. Could you or anyone with
experience let me know their opinion on this?
As always, thanks for the help and advice.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "Gerald Lange" <Bieler@...> wrote:
> Probably. I still have demon catchers hanging from the ceiling, though
> I have taken down all the tribute images of Moloch.
> Dampened Lettra!!! Interesting.
> > Yes. As noted I've had plenty of good luck before Mercury retrograde
> started ;-)
> > These little 'antelope' greeting cards were done with the 'old'
> yellow pp... ( dampened Lettra on the V219)
> > Maybe it's the wrong Moon sign for platemaking?
> > Ciao
> > p
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