Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: The Vandercook #219 & more!
- Hello Gerald!
Thanks for the reply. I think all is all right...I'm
just anxious to get on it. I purchased your first
book, and in fact I just sent you a check for the
second edition. I'm looking forward to it.
I spoke with the inventor of the Hansa. He's taking
care of me! Where should I go to purchase plates? And
how should I store them?
Reply when it's convienient.
--- Gerald Lange <bieler@...> wrote:
> Dear Jim__________________________________________________
> The 219 is really just a larger version of the
> number 4. If you could
> make that work you probably won't have any trouble
> with the 219.
> Might be worth your while to peruse the Messages
> archives. Don't have
> any info on the Hansa.
> Hopefully someone else does.
> All best
> --- In PPLetterpress@y..., jimcamp3@y... wrote:
> > Anyone have any experience on this machine? I've
> worked on a SP-15
> > and a 4. I now own a #219. What should I expect?
> > Also, just purchased a Hansa 2000 for my foray
> into polymer
> > plates...other than Pat Reigh's class at SF Center
> for the book, I've
> > had no experience. I do have the plate, and the
> machine, and a bit of
> > knowledge -- any more this group can provide is
> invaluable...oh yea,
> > I also have the first edition of Mr. Lange's book
> and just sent a
> > check or the update.
> > Thanks, and I look forward to learning a lot.
> > Jim Camp
> > synaesthesia press
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- Dear Jim
You can purchase plates online from JetUSA.com
In the Bookmarks section of the site are various links to various
plate distributors. I buy from Anderson&Vreeland.
There is also a Database started that provides information about
various plate processors and what they use.
Jim Camp wrote:
> Where should I go to purchase plates? And
> how should I store them?
> Reply when it's convienient.
> Jim Camp