Re: [PPLetterpress] New Flat bed press
- I am happy to learn about your shop. I have bookmarked your page.
It is valuable to have a machinist on hand who has knowledge of
I think you could maybe make a niche for yourself by heat treating the
new McGill registration pins. The new manufacturers still make the
pines, but they are brittle. This may sound like small potatoes, but it
seems like there would be a market.
Thank you for posting pictures of your impressive enterprise.
On Nov 19, 2005, at 1:15 PM, frogvalleyforge wrote:
> My other profile is Frog Valley Press, but I though the Forge profile
> fit this posting best.
> I am new to this forum, but I have much to contribute. One of those
> things would be parts for a flat bed press, and/or advice about
> constructing machines in general. My shop can make just about any
> parts that you would need, I have made prototype and small production
> run parts for the electronics industry, the government and the
> military as well as the private sector.
> I am a machinist and blacksmith with much engineering experience.
> Building custom machines has been part of my life for 30 years. I
> service many machines and have designed and built quite a few. You can
> check out my website at www.frogvalleyforge.com for a sampling.
> While I would not want to take on the entire construction, I certainly
> can make some special components to spec and at a reasonable and
> competitive price.