Re: PPL Machine Reviews?
- Robert et al
No, no such thing as a PPL machine. PP is engineer's shorthand for
photopolymer plates. PPL is internet shorthand for people.
> I'm catching this kind of late. Cosmolight is a flexo plate, not a
> photopolymer processing machine (as far as I know). The latest and
> greatest A&V is the Orbital X. I'm an A&V fan and have no use for Jet
> whatsoever, whether it's plates or machines (just opinion folks,
> that's all, take it or leave it).
> At any rate, a lot of money whichever you choose. I always suggest
> folks look at their costs for outsourcing plates before they make the
> decision to buy the machine, mainly because, even after that outlay,
> you know, you still have to buy plates.
> --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "jamesdissette"
> <jamesdissette@> wrote:
> > We're about to purchase a ppl machine and have been looking closely at
> > Boxcar's Jet 750A and the Anderson-Vreeland Cosmolight units. We'd
> > very much appreciate those of you who have experience with these
> > machines (or others) to share your evaluation of them. I'll also
> > research the threads to see what I can find.
> > Many thanks and press on,
> > Jim Dissette
> > Chester River Press