Have you ever heard of one? Have you seen one? Chances are likely that you haven't! Way back in one of my High School art classes we used something a little simpler for our linoleum block presses, it worked great! Back in November I decided I needed to try and find a small press for my rubber stamping. I have a ligament injury in my hand and short of standing on top of my stamps I was having a difficult time getting good images consistently. I love Magenta stamps and have a nice collection of them, but they are usually mounted on very thick wood blocks, that thickness makes it hard for my to hold an put pressure on.
|The press and stamping area are 8x10 |
When the press is not in use it only requires about 4" over vertical storage area
So I think this is one of those tools, that really is worth the money. There is a 5 minute learning curve, easy to store, you can't hurt your self and it will last decades. The foam pad might need to be replaced at some point, but I can't foresee that being any kind of problem.
My Ecraft machine Shipped back to the factory yesterday. to be repaired or replaced! So sad seeing it go, but I am hoping to have it back next week . This is a great machine, mine I think was a lemon.
In another blog I will have another tool to talk about , This is supposed to be the best cutter on the planet: and the price tag to go with it! Except for mine, mine was a 32.00 total (the 12" sells for 296.00, 16"- 396.00!!!!) it may be here today or tommorow.
Have a great Day!