- Mike Have you given any thought to marketing these pads of yours? The Metz Pad!!! There are an awful lot of honeycomb bases out there. I don t think this isMessage 1 of 32 , Sep 6, 2004View SourceMike
Have you given any thought to marketing these pads of yours? The Metz
There are an awful lot of honeycomb bases out there. I don't think
this is far fetched...
especially when you consider that Bunting and other industry
manufacturers of flatbases had fairly well saturated the existing
market and then along came the Patmag and the Boxcar Base; both just
simple ideas that combined existing materials to provide an economical
flatbase, and in doing so carved out a new market niche. According to
the Poll I ran here last year 27 of 69 responses indicated that
members use one or the other or both of these bases.
Might be worth considering.
> > I use photopolymer with honeycomb base without the aforementioned
> > magnetic base. I use .037 polyester backed plates with precut sheet
> > metal.
> > Mike Metz
- Thanks for the plug Gerald. I apologize that my website is not yet up and running. All the best, Mike ... From: Gerald Lange [mailto:email@example.com]Message 32 of 32 , Sep 13, 2004View SourceThanks for the plug Gerald. I apologize that my website is not yet up and
All the best,
From: Gerald Lange [mailto:bieler@...]
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 8:42 PM
Subject: [PPLetterpress] Re: honeycomb bases
Mike's storyletter mentioned here is quite a fun read. Brought a smile
to my face... The trials and tribulations of trying to print toilet
paper on a Heidelberg windmill. The entire step-by-step process and
saga revealed before your very eyes. Get em while they are hot (off
the press) folks. A letterpress bargain at this price.
The Humoralist Times
P O Box 1461
Lawrence, KS 66044
> Hey Gerald,...
> I bought your book. Buy mine and find out. It is a 20 page
> (including cover) letterpress printed serial storyletter.
> I only have one issue out so far.
>Yahoo! Groups Links
> What is your Humorlist Times about by the way?