Al this talk of proof presses has me wondering-has anyone done die
cutting on a cylinder proof press? My wife's business involves making
paper and die cutting it into a variety of shapes. She is currently
using a hobby/school grade machine which is, to my printer's eye,
basically a light-weight proof press. The volume of work she does is
taking its toll; we've made several repairs but it will soon be
Any opinions on using a proof press? There's no inking so that isn't a
problem, and there's no registration to worry about either.
I'd appreciate any thoughts on this, as well as any contact info for
proof presses that might be available for sale.