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  • Elum Designs, a letterpress invitation and stationery manufacturer is seeking an extraordinarily talented letterpress craftsman to run Heidelberg Windmills. Must be extremely detail oriented and have a drive to achieve printed perfection. Knowledge of cutting and job prep a must. work is casual, fun and creative. This incredible opportunity offers competitive pay and benefits, 401K...
    elumdesigns Feb 25, 2011
  • Brandon, Is it too late to submit? First I have heard about this was today. Brad Elum --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, Blue Barnhouse wrote: > > Fellow listers, > > DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS CHANCE TO GIVE YOUR PRESS A SMALL TASTE OF > FAME. There haven't been any books that we know of that have attempted > to show the whole breadth of contemporary letterpress, it is not very > likely that...
    elumdesigns Sep 4, 2009
  • Thanks for the offer Vladimir. I found what I was looking for. Took a while but I eventually got it. --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, "Vladimir Semionovas" wrote: > > Hi brad. > > I think I have the manual you are looking for, I can scan it and email it to > you on Monday (it is at work) > > Let me know if you still need it by then > > Vladimir > > > > From: PPLetterpress@^$2 [mailto...
    elumdesigns Sep 1, 2006
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  • I called you the other day to see if you did have the parts manual for this machine. I actually found what I was looking for. In fact, I found two sets of rider rollers for the 13 x 18. I bought both sets (just to be safe...) If you dig hard enough, you will eventually find what you are looking for for these old machines. Brad --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, Harold Kyle wrote: > > I don...
    elumdesigns Sep 1, 2006
  • I am looking into purchasing a 13 x 18 windmill and am having a hard time locating a parts manual on this machine. If anyone has one and can give me a call I would really appreciate it. I don't want your manual, I just need a part number. I am looking to see if I can buy the attachent for the Steel Rider rollers as an aftermarket item and put it on the machine that i want to buy. I...
    elumdesigns Aug 28, 2006
  • We were faced with the same decision a year ago. We tried both adhesive and metal. We decided metal was better suited for us and we haven't looked back since. We own both types of bases actually. We didnt really like using the adhesives. Keep in mind that you will need to always rebuy the adhesives so factor that into costs. Bunting bases are a bit pricey (we use them) and there...
    elumdesigns Nov 11, 2005
  • I thought I would post this for those that are using the Orbital X, or any A&V machine for that matter. I am not familiar with any other machines washout but if you can use this "tip" please do! I have experienced in the past a few issues with the washout on my machine. For one, the temp in the washout was not consistent throughout becasue the heating element was located in one...
    elumdesigns Sep 22, 2005
  • I wonder what the judging criteria were for this title.... --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, "Paul Romaine" wrote: > --- In PPLetterpress@^$2, "Gerald Lange" wrote: > > http://www.newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/bony/services/2005/11356/ > > Correction: this is New York Magazine, which is not affiliated with > the Times.
    elumdesigns Sep 18, 2005
  • The thermostat switch was replaced as well. "run-away" thermostat i think they called it.... --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, "elumdesigns" wrote: > A&V came in and replaced the thermostat and temp dial on it. There > was a few issues with my new machine that needed attention and they > just sent a Tech by for two days to fis all of thes issues and update > the machine with the new parts...
    elumdesigns Sep 8, 2005
  • I dont see the table that you created on polymer processing times.... --- In PPLetterpress@^$1, "Gerald Lange" wrote: > Thanks Brad > > This is great. Rather than lose this info in the archives I thought > I'd set up a table in the Database section for this. I've already > added my entry. Hope you will do the same with your information. Its > relatively painless and easy to do...
    elumdesigns Sep 8, 2005