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Re: linoleum printing

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Bill Sechler (BillSe.us)
Mon, 06 Dec 1999 07:31:01 -0800


Unroll and re-roll in the opposite direction and tie rolled for several days in a warm room (indoors). Unroll and cut into student use sizes, large, medium and small, stack neatly and put a board or panel larger than the linolium and then stack weights on top for several more days in the same warm room. If they are still curled, try glueing them down on wood panels or planks.

>>> Ann Wilschke <awilschk.us> 12/02 12:14 PM >>>
Greetings!!!!!
We are counting the days here in Michigan!!
I purchased a roll of linoleum for printing this year for the
first time. It carves well, however we are having a hard time fallening
it out. Does anyone have a solution to this?
Thanks so much....and have a happy happy

Ann Wilschke. Upton Middle School. St. Joseph

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