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Re: [PPLetterpress] polymer resources

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  • Gerald Lange
    Hi Brian I ve put a ton of information in the various Files, Bookmarks, and Databases onsite here at PPL. Help yourself. And if I ve missed something, please
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 10, 2002
      Hi Brian

      I've put a ton of information in the various Files, Bookmarks, and Databases
      onsite here at PPL. Help yourself. And if I've missed something, please
      feel free to contribute.

      Thanks and good luck

      Gerald


      allenprinter wrote:
      >
      > Hello all -
      > I'm compiling the letterpress section of the forthcoming
      > Resource Issue of the PCBA's journal "Ampersand". For the
      > polymer plate section, I'd like to hear from anyone with good
      > BASIC resources they've had successful experience with. I'm
      > including: Gene Becker, Boxcar Press, this list, Gerry Lange's
      > book, NA Graphics' platemaking service, the Briar Press web
      > site resource, Dave Tribby's AAPA web site resource, PatMag
      > and Bunting bases. I've written a description of a home made
      > polymer platemaking system I built in 1993 before I got a used
      > A&V machine. If you have something else you'd like to share,
      > please let me know. I'll have room to list basic resources that
      > people can work from to learn about and make/use polymer
      > plates.
      > PCBA is the Pacific Center for the Book Arts, a membership
      > organization based in San Francisco (400+ members, most are
      > in the SF Bay Area), of book arts craftspeople - printers, binders,
      > artist book makers, etc. The journal and a newsletter are sent
      > quarterly to members. The Resource Issue may be available
      > separately, for $10, I think it is. (There's no advertising in it.)
      > Additionally, there are classes and various programs we
      > sponsor, such at the Book Arts and Printers' Fair, this April 27 at
      > Fort Mason in SF.
      > Thanks very much.
      > Brian Allen
      > allenprinter@...
      > (I've been so overwhelmed with junk email at my home email
      > address that I've started the one above to try to isolate some of it)
    • allenprinter
      Hello all - I m compiling the letterpress section of the forthcoming Resource Issue of the PCBA s journal Ampersand . For the polymer plate section, I d like
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 10, 2002
        Hello all -
        I'm compiling the letterpress section of the forthcoming
        Resource Issue of the PCBA's journal "Ampersand". For the
        polymer plate section, I'd like to hear from anyone with good
        BASIC resources they've had successful experience with. I'm
        including: Gene Becker, Boxcar Press, this list, Gerry Lange's
        book, NA Graphics' platemaking service, the Briar Press web
        site resource, Dave Tribby's AAPA web site resource, PatMag
        and Bunting bases. I've written a description of a home made
        polymer platemaking system I built in 1993 before I got a used
        A&V machine. If you have something else you'd like to share,
        please let me know. I'll have room to list basic resources that
        people can work from to learn about and make/use polymer
        plates.
        PCBA is the Pacific Center for the Book Arts, a membership
        organization based in San Francisco (400+ members, most are
        in the SF Bay Area), of book arts craftspeople - printers, binders,
        artist book makers, etc. The journal and a newsletter are sent
        quarterly to members. The Resource Issue may be available
        separately, for $10, I think it is. (There's no advertising in it.)
        Additionally, there are classes and various programs we
        sponsor, such at the Book Arts and Printers' Fair, this April 27 at
        Fort Mason in SF.
        Thanks very much.
        Brian Allen
        allenprinter@...
        (I've been so overwhelmed with junk email at my home email
        address that I've started the one above to try to isolate some of it)
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