- Norman FAG stopped manufacturing their letterpress reproduction presses around the same time Vandercook did. The FAGs were the top of the line. An acquaintanceMessage 1 of 5 , May 2, 2007View SourceNorman
FAG stopped manufacturing their letterpress reproduction presses
around the same time Vandercook did.
The FAGs were the top of the line. An acquaintance of mine has one of
the rebuilts. An engineering marvel.
> I thought that all FAG built were offset proof presses. We have a
> Steinmesse & Stollberg Dufa 704.
> This is basically a 31" x 43" offset proof press very similar to the
> FAG Korrex 2000. Ours is for sale...
> Hicks Brothers Printing Equipment
> 582 6th Street
> San Francisco, California 94103-4708
> United States of America
> 415-575-0933 office
> 415-575-0907 fax
> 415-725-1670 cell
> http://printingequip.com visit it repeatedly!!!
> On May 2, 2007, at 9:01 PM, Gerald Lange wrote:
> The main contact for FAG service would be
> They still rebuild the presses.
> I'd suggest Senior Graphics for the Heidelberg
> This information, by the way, is listed the Links section on site here.
- Thanks Gerald, That s really helpful Best Regards, Helen Ingham ______________________________________________________________________________Message 2 of 5 , May 3, 2007View SourceThanks Gerald, That's really helpful
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