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Re: dampening paper
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- Subject: Re: dampening paper
- From: Robert Downie <robertdownie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 12:44:45 +0000
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In message <855544279.615230.0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Dard Hunter <dardo@EUREK
>When printing on a handpress, I have traditionally dampened the paper the
>day before it is to be used. Typically, I use handmade that is surface
>sized with gelatin. Dampening has never been a problem until I used paper
>that was internally sized (probably Hercon 40).
To everyone interested in printing on damp paper, can I suggest you
check the archives of the LETPRESS mailing list, where I raised this
issue during December and early January, and in total about 50 messages
were exchanged, across a wide ranging discussion about printing damp
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