- View SourceGerald,
Now I'm dying to know what your other 11 most useful
tools for the Vandercook are. Would you share?
> Walter Hamady once suggested that his greatest______________________________________________________________________
> contribution to
> printing was his use of the rubber door stop for
> securing the cylinder
> overlay when changing over (right up there in the
> top dozen most
> useful tools for the Vandercook in my book).
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- View SourceYvonne
Well, just finished printing and I see there are well over a couple of
dozen different kinds of tools laying around. Some unique, most rather
mundane. And I'm so spoiled and set in my ways on the press I doubt I
can tell which one I would prefer over another to do without. When even
one of them cannot readily be found it takes on an importance that
suddenly overwhelms all the others waiting so patiently to do their
Not trying to avoid the question. I actually started compiling a list
for you but it just started growing and I started getting bored with
what should be in and what should be in.
This might be a good question for the membership at large. Every printer
has got something no one else does that they think they can't live
without. Me, I can no longer work without a can of compressed air at my
ready and, of course, my handy-dandy 4-point slip of leading. Ha!!!
yvonne tsang wrote:
>Now I'm dying to know what your other 11 most useful
>tools for the Vandercook are. Would you share?
>>Walter Hamady once suggested that his greatest
>>printing was his use of the rubber door stop for
>>securing the cylinder
>>overlay when changing over (right up there in the
>>top dozen most
>>useful tools for the Vandercook in my book).