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Re: Printing Equipment on the web (was Urban Myth)
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- Subject: Re: Printing Equipment on the web (was Urban Myth)
- From: Susan Lightcap <slightcap@MINDSPRING.COM>
- Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 14:04:10 -0400
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My studio assistant has a small (about 6"x9") platen letterpress and some
type for sale. If you're interested, let me know off the list and I'll
give you his information.
At 01:33 PM 5/24/99 -0400, you wrote:
>> cutter. The cheapest one available is made by Martin Yale. It cuts 12"
>> and 1.5 inches thick. You can buy it on the internet for $500, though
>> Prnters Shopper charges considerably more.
>Any suggestions about where to look for used printing equipment on the
>web? I'm looking for a small letterpress, and not really sure where to
>Mark -- University of Michigan (Phd Student) -- firstname.lastname@example.org
>Handel -- http://www-personal.si.umich.edu/~handel
> -- 734.669.0311 -- 805 Spring St. Apt 2, Ann Arbor, MI 48103