Re: [PPLetterpress] PPLetterpress to close
- Just thanks for doing such a great job in setting the service up and being
the most consistently useful correspondent.
36 Bow Street
Oldham OL1 1SJ England
And no reply needed. Keep busy!
On 18/6/08 11:44, "Gerald Lange" <Bieler@...> wrote:
> "Nothing gold can stay" wrote Carl Sandburg. PPL has been the largest
> letterpress related email list for some time now but I feel we have
> peaked, and the time has come. As John Derek said in the film Knock on
> Any Door, "Live fast, die young, and leave a good looking corpse."
> On August 14, exactly seven years from its founding, with regrets, PPL
> will close.
> Thank you all, past and present, for the ride, I've enjoyed it, but
> it's getting a little backdated. Time to say good bye, good night, God
> Bless. And, long live letterpress.
> Gerald Lange
- Sorry, should have clarified that. I am looking to buy, I have access
to a Kelly #2 about 30 miles from me but the upcoming projects are
books that will have a 500+ page count. Something I pretty much need
to do and monitor myself.
Deep Wood Press 231.587.0506
On Jul 9, 2008, at 1:47 PM, Lamsland wrote:
> Are you looking to buy or just have your project printed on one?
> We're a bit far in CT but we've got a fully running cylinder, 20 x 28.
> Matthew "LAMMY" Lamoureux
> Full Metal Press - Operis servo a specialis nundinae
> On Jul 9, 2008, at 1:24 PM, Chad Pastotnik wrote:
>> Well, some big projects have come up, both in physical size and fun.
>> I find myself in definite need of a Kelly #2 or similar sized
>> Hiedleberg (other makes considered as well) with a minimum sheet size
>> of 20x24". It needs to be fully functional for printing and not a
>> abused die cutter and of course finding one near N. Michigan is
>> If anyone has any leads for something like this in the midwest I'd
>> appreciate it. Thanks in advance,
>> Chad Pastotnik
>> Deep Wood Press 231.587.0506
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