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[BKARTS] bookbinding plough

I would check out Peter Jermann's new bookbinding plough at
I have one and it produces a very smooth edge.
The Temper plough also has a unique cutting blade that can be
rotated and resharpened when needed and the cost of the set up is
probably much less than if you were to buy a "traditional" plough set up.
The casing press and stand set would also serve other helpful purposes for
you as a bookbinder.  I have been using the casing press for over ten years 
and am very pleased with it.  Pete Jermann is a craftsman and the quality of this plough is no exception.

Good luck,


Susan Frakes

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