I'm curious to see what the Heidelberg goes for - right now it's up to 2 grand, and I would be surprised if it doesn't top 3500 or higher. They're supposedly a fantastic press. Heavy, very consistant, and every adjustment under the sun.
Me, I did some printing in Jr. Highschool on(IIRC)platen letter presses, with us carving up rubberized sheets to do printing on an offset press. Would like to find a cheap one, and then make some plates using chemical milling.. Hmm, they're fairly cheap on Ebay...
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