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Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 19 Aug 2000 to 20 Aug 2000 (#2000-226)



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>Well, this was a great thread!  I have a wonderful old clothes wringer
>in my office, and have been meaning to convert it to some type of press,
>especially for transfers.  Thanks for all the (inadvertent) advice!
>Melissa Jay Craig
>Chicago
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>>  We use it for
>> all sorts of things needing moderate pressure since it works on the
>> same
>> principle as an etching press, just missing the press bed. The great
>> thing
>> is that since it doesn't have a fixed bed on it, you can make your own
>> 'plate' from all sorts of rigid but flexible and thin materials of any
>> length.
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><div WRAP>Well, this was a great thread!&nbsp; I have a wonderful old clothes
>wringer in my office, and have been meaning to convert it to some type
>of press, especially for transfers.&nbsp; Thanks for all the (inadvertent)
>advice!</div>
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><div WRAP>Melissa Jay Craig</div>
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><div WRAP>Chicago</div>
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><div WRAP>&nbsp;We use it for<br>
>all sorts of things needing moderate pressure since it works on the same<br>
>principle as an etching press, just missing the press bed. The great thing<br>
>is that since it doesn't have a fixed bed on it, you can make your own<br>
>'plate' from all sorts of rigid but flexible and thin materials of any<br>
>length.<br>
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