Re: envelope printing
- We use 40 durometer photopolymer to print on paper bags and wooden
tokens. It's nearly impossible to crush.
When I went to printing school some 40 years ago, we were taught to
stab the tympan to register the makeready. I thought I died and went
to heaven when photopolymer came out.
Last year I bought a Kutrimmer. Yes, it was a big investment, but for such an essential tool it was well worth it. I opted for the largest tabletop model because it’s big enough to cut down most parent sheets. I would have preferred a floor model but space wise, it wouldn’t have been a practical choice. A guillotine may come in handy in the future, but for now this model suits my needs.
All the best,
From: Angelique Felgentreff <angelique@...>
I am finally getting my workspace ready for some printing at home and
would like to get an appropriate paper cutter/trimmer (the days of
uneven cuts with my fiskars rotary cutter are numbered). But I was
hoping that several of you might have some recommendations for kind,
size, etc. as it seems to be a big investment and I would like to try
to make sure I'm getting something that will do me right for a while