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  • Gerald Lange
    Hi Alli Thanks, but photopolymer isn t exactly rocket science, and is somewhat of a boring investigation. I d rather watch a good horror/sci fi movie. Hello,
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 30, 2009
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      Hi Alli

      Thanks, but "photopolymer" isn't exactly rocket science, and is somewhat of a boring investigation.

      I'd rather watch a good horror/sci fi movie.

      Hello, and best of luck with your printing.

      Gerald
      http://BielerPress.blogspot.com


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      > I never post on this list b/c I receive it as a digest and get
      > overwhelmed with emails on the other Letpress list. But this is the
      > place to be for me as I am almost always printing with photopolymer!
      > So, hello!
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      > Gerald, thank you for this resource. I didn't know you were such the
      > expert on photopolymer. Someday, when I am granted a big wish and get
      > my Vandercook, I'll be buying your little book for sure!
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      > Off to printing on my C&P 8x12 NS now, it's been a TOUGH job for my
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