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Re: Letterpress CD copyright issues

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  • Lance Williams
    On the otherhand, this is the response from Brandtgen & Kluge. I guess they just want free publicity. If they allowed at least the parts list, I might have
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 3, 2005
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      On the otherhand, this is the response from Brandtgen & Kluge. I guess
      they just want free publicity. If they allowed at least the parts list,
      I might have considered their request for the other notice....

      - Lance

      On Mon, 3 Jan 2005 12:45 pm, Hank Brandtjen wrote:
      > Dear Lance:
      >
      > I regret to inform you that we will not give you permission to use
      > Kluge
      > material.
      >
      > I wish I could. Kluge faces an ongoing struggle with product liability
      > issues. Presses made by us prior to 1960 do not meet current OSHA and
      > ANSI
      > standards nor can they be brought into compliance. Presses made
      > between
      > 1960 and 1980 can be brought into compliance but we need to know where
      > the
      > press is so we can quote the guard package.
      >
      > In making and selling your CD, we kindly ask that you put in a warning:
      >
      > No Kluge Press should ever be hand fed under any circumstance. All
      > Kluge
      > Presses should be outfitted with current guards. For information,
      > please
      > contact Kluge directly.
      >
      > By putting in a warning, you are doing us and our users a great
      > service.
      >
      > Sincerely,
      >
      > Hank Brandtjen
      > President
      > Brandtjen & Kluge, Inc.
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