When I purchased the press, it came with over 100 cases of type. This is a lot of type. However, … Continue reading T – Type
I think one of my favorite parts of printing is setting type. I find it relaxing and oddly satisfying. It’s … Continue reading S – Setting Type
So, in our last post, we created a block of text, a form. Then we used quoins and furniture to … Continue reading R – Right–as if it’s not confusing enough
Printing is an old art and therefore is full of terms and phrases that are odd and often puzzling. Take … Continue reading Q- Quoins?
When I first purchased the press, I ordered a bunch of paper samples from different suppliers. I already had a … Continue reading P – Paper Chioces
I’m going to blame my wife again…perhaps I do this too much, but this time it’s a good blame (if … Continue reading O -One Other Project
So, almost all C&P presses came from the factory with a foot pedal, called a treadle, that when depressed, turns … Continue reading N – No Motor…No Treadle