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Posted on Sat, 13 Nov 2004 at 14:42



Hi- I have a press a print outfit, bought by my in laws in '97 and passed on to me, hardly been used and I'd like to put it to work, doing very small runs. I have a stack of questions as thick as the owner's manual, but the first is, do the chemicals and inks deteriorate over time? Also, what would you recommend as the easiest to print on, for someone who would appreciate the encouragement of a successful print run? My husband golfs, so I was wondering about doing a run of golf balls to get the hang of the thing. Many thanks for any help.

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Anonymous says: Hi Mary, No, the inks and thinners will last indefinitely if kept sealed. As for what to start on, you can try anything even some wood or plastic. Give me an email if I can help. Have a BLESSED da. God ...

Hi Mary,
No, the inks and thinners will last indefinitely if kept sealed. As for what to start on, you can try anything even some wood or plastic. Give me an email if I can help. Have a BLESSED da.
God Bless You
Don

posted on: Wed, 11/17/2004 - 11:19am
Anonymous says: Thank you SO much for taking the time to reply. I found my box of odd bits to practice on (magnets, letter openers, and such) so I can get back into the swing of this with minimal outlay, expense wise. ...

Thank you SO much for taking the time to reply. I found my box of odd bits to practice on (magnets, letter openers, and such) so I can get back into the swing of this with minimal outlay, expense wise. I've attempted to contact the original company about purchasing more materials, but as I've heard nothing back, I'm guessing I'll need to find another supplier. Fortunately, there seem to be quite a few represented here.
This venture certainly keeps me in prayer, there's no way it can get anywhere without His helping this partially blind, memory-impaired housewife!

posted on: Wed, 11/17/2004 - 7:00pm

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