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Re: [BKARTS] longevity of laser vs. inkjet printing

I suppose one should not point it out, but letterpress inks have lasted for  
at over 600 years on the page. Perhaps there is a point for letterpress, after 
 all. And, indeed, for metal type rather than photopolymer plate, if one 
finds it  gives trouble with small sizes of type.
David Bolton
The Alembic Press, Oxford, UK

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