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Re: [BKARTS] Last Call - Annual Press Sale Ends Jan 25.

I do actually which is why I'm happy to help Grummer advertise them. I have several and have given several away and they work great. Not what I would use for everyday high volume production work, but for binding at home and/or for students they're great. Really nice quality wood, and the large one has enough daylight to handle thicker books. Definitely better than an old copy press. For papermaking you'll want to seal the wood some more.

Best regards, Peter

At 08:22 PM 1/21/2008, you wrote:

Do you recommend these presses? I need a couple for my students to use,
mainly for book work, though we may start making paper this year.

-- Bob

Robert E. Blesse
Director, The Black Rock Press
Department of Art
University of Nevada, Reno


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