Re: [PPLetterpress] re: Windmill losing impression strength?
- Ditto. You get it cutting, start running and a minute later it isn't
cutting. I agree with Katey, probably the die settles back.
On Apr 12, 2010, at 8:24 AM, Katelynn Corrigan wrote:
> Hello Leora,
> This is completely normal. It's happened to me a hundered times and
> I've never seen any evidence of damange to the shear collar
> connected with it. Do not fret that your machine is breaking. I
> believe this effect is caused by the die and or chase 'settling'-
> especially if it's been locked up in such a way that the metal parts
> of the die are not resting against the back of the press, the first
> few impressions will push they back through the wood and you'll have
> to make an impression adjustment. Just make a habit of staying with
> the press while running a die cut, to check to see if you're still
> cutting through periodically.
> Be well,
> The New Busy is not the too busy. Combine all your e-mail accounts
> with Hotmail. Get busy.
The old letterpress printer getting it done online.
To follow my shenanigans
Telephone: (800) 433-1288
Facsimile: (330) 337-0538
A division of The Graphic Touch Letterpress Co.
150 Penn Avenue, Salem, Ohio 44460