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Re: [BKARTS] Binder's board



The plate sheer that I use for cuting both metal printing plates and
binders board came from Grizzley Industrial. Here is a link to their web
page:

http://www.grizzly.com/products/item.cfm?itemnumber=G9948

"L.A. Book Arts, Inc" wrote:

> Which manufacturer or model would that be?
>
> charles
> On Monday, Jun 2, 2003, at 16:16 US/Pacific, Russ Dodd wrote:
>
> > As my primary business is printmaking, I would be lost without my foot
> > operated
> > sheet metal sheer.
> > It goes through binders board a lot easier than copper or steel. The
> > advantages
> > are that one shear works for both metal and binders board, it is self
> > clamping,
> > has a 37" throat and does very precise cuts.  It is relatively
> > inexpensive
> > ($900 new and delivered to the studio door).
> >
> > The disadvantages are size and weight (900 lbs), and it does not work
> > on paper.
> > Some metal workers and printmakers cringe at the thought of putting
> > board under
> > the blade but the cuts for both plates and boards are remain very
> > clean and
> > always straight.
> >
> > Russ Dodd
> > Working Theory Press
> >

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