Hein (fub) wrote,

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The cool thing about printing with the Adana is that it's quite easy to print large volumes. Set-up time is pretty constant: no matter how many prints you'll be making, you always have to prepare your workspace, set up the press, make the adjustments, mix ink and apply the ink to the inkwheel. And afterwards, you always have to clean up anyway.
Given the fact that making a single impression takes mere seconds, this opens up the way to making really large print runs -- if handling of the paper is simple. The simplest is making a postcard: just one piece of A6 cardstock that you print on one side only. That takes me about 10 seconds per print.

However, what would I do with 100 postcards with the same design?
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