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== Galley Cabinet ==
 
== Galley Cabinet ==
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a galley is a metal tray that holds type forms
  
 
when you've set a block of text and it's ready to be printed, that's called a "form"
 
when you've set a block of text and it's ready to be printed, that's called a "form"
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42" x 23.5"
 
42" x 23.5"
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=== furniture ===
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it's for bigger spacing, margins around a textbox, etc
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they haven't sorted their furniture, might need a new cabinet just to store furniture
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=== composing stick ===
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little jig with a movable pressure locking mechanism/thing called a knee. the knee locks the length of your line. it's just a tool that helps you compose a longer text.
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for example, if you're setting a whole book you can only set a few lines at once. then you have to put them on the galley and set more.
  
 
== tabletop ==
 
== tabletop ==
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needs front access
 
needs front access
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each drawer of a cabinet is called a "case"
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a drawer is like one fontsize of one font. contains all the letters, etc.
  
 
== paper folding machine ==
 
== paper folding machine ==

Revision as of 20:04, 21 September 2014

This is a stub page about all the 2D print studio machines!

Offset Press

The big giant thing.

6'3" x 30.5"

needs full working radius

Vandercook Letterpress

Similar to offset but runs by crank

approx 8' x 26"

needs full working radius

(this is arriving tomorrow)

Galley Cabinet

a galley is a metal tray that holds type forms

when you've set a block of text and it's ready to be printed, that's called a "form"

this cabinet holds standing type while it's "tied up in a form", i.e. in active use

needs front access, ideally back access as well

42" x 23.5"

furniture

it's for bigger spacing, margins around a textbox, etc

they haven't sorted their furniture, might need a new cabinet just to store furniture


composing stick

little jig with a movable pressure locking mechanism/thing called a knee. the knee locks the length of your line. it's just a tool that helps you compose a longer text.

for example, if you're setting a whole book you can only set a few lines at once. then you have to put them on the galley and set more.

tabletop

platen press, which means it uses a plate

human-powered, makes metallic clapping noise

needs at least front & side to use, ideally more for oiling, maintenance etc

C&P

"chandler & price"

big version of the tabletop

runs on a flywheel / tredle - foot powered

32" x 50"

this is the thing in the bar upstairs right now (coming down tomorrow)

type cabinets

stores type cases when not in use

needs front access

each drawer of a cabinet is called a "case"

a drawer is like one fontsize of one font. contains all the letters, etc.

paper folding machine

could easily make pamphlets & zines, playbills for events, etc

belongs to david brazil

on a wheeled cart covered with the "baumfolder" sack. cart is

bookshelves

duh

drill press

punching holes in an entire book, esp with a wooden cover

aka laptop standing desk

drying rack

for drying prints on, can go pretty much anywhere, might move around

guillotine

cuts large stacks of paper

needs front access to feed paper, and some extra space in the back for long paper reams

kwik print

"gold stamping machine"

gold-embossing on leather, cloth, etc

for making fancy book titles

small thing next to drill press

you have to fill it with gold leaf