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Re: PraGnant

ps. The big advantage is that you can see what you're doing in much the same way you look at a monitor... No big parts to look around and very easy to adjust.

Setting a consistent depth/pressure is also easy and can be set. There are limitations as with all things. Also no multi-line pallets like for the Kwikprint/Kensol and dies that don't fit in the hand-holdable typleholder are also out.



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