Happy Labor Day weekend everybody.
For those of you not in the know, Vandercook, the company that produced the flatbed cylinder presses we know and love today, turns 100 this month. The very first model was premiered in September 1909. They were founded in 1909 – (why was I thinking September?) Regardless: in honor of that, we thought we’d offer up a little self-promotional bit we’ve had under our belt for a little while.
Weighing in at 1/2 oz, and with a footprint of 1 7/8″ x 5″ (not counting the feedboard) this SP20 boasts a maximum print area of 1 3/8″ x 2″.
Ideal for any studio, office, or car dashboard, this press is as portable as any you could hope for.
Feeling crazy? Print this file at 1370% and build yourself a full size Vandercook SP20. Vandercooks for EVERYBODY!
We’ve even included a tiny printed sheet of the form on the bed.
The Vandercook Logo is a registered trademark of NA Graphics and is used here strictly for authenticity.
This papercraft was designed by Kyle Van Horn for Baltimore Print Studios.
It is not for sale, ever, anywhere.
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Here you go:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
EDIT: I edited the files slightly to fix an issue I was having. (More glue-tabs on the top, curved part.)