AMR Logan Press - Everything for Letterpress and Printmaking.
Everything for Letterpress and Printmaking.
AMR Logan Press - Everything for Letterpress and Printmaking. Everything for Letterpress and Printmaking.

GALLEY RACKS FOR SALE

Various Sizes

From £150

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RESTORATION.

AMR Logan Press has years of experience and full workshop facilities to restore all letterpress and printmaking presses and equipment.

RESTORATION CLICK HERE

MOVING.

AMR Logan Press undertakes the moving and installation of all letterpress and printmaking presses and equipment from single machines to complete printing departments.

MOVING CLICK HERE

PARTS & ROLLERS.

AMR Logan Press has full workshop facilities to make parts and keeps a selection in stock for Arab presses.

PARTS CLICK HERE

SERVICING.

As well as restoration work at Crown Works, AMR Logan Press offers servicing of machines at your location.

SERVICING CLICK HERE

FUDGEBOX.

This is a term used in letterpress printing, which refers to a space reserved for the insertion of last-minute items. Every two years, AMR Logan Press produces a printed journal called Letterpress Today. Please ask for a copy when you visit Crown Works in Finedon.

iron hand presses for sale

RESTORING IRON HAND PRESSES

Working on two iron hand presses: an attractive little Wood & Co. Albion from 1867 and a magnificent Columbian from thirty years earlier.

Written by Patrick Roe on 19 March 2022
new brass feed grippers

Brass Grippers

Patrick made a pattern and took it to one of our favourite foundries to have three gripper fingers cast in brass. Guy finished them on the milling machine and Patrick polished them ready to be fitted by Giles and Theo.

Written by Patrick Roe on 21 October 2020
new albion bracket fabricated in steel

NEW ALBION PART

Patrick and Guy took a trip to local steel stockholders and came back with some big heavy steel offcuts to make a bracket for an Albion bed. It will be drilled in position and fitted by Giles and Theo.

Written by Patrick Roe on 21 October 2020