Print My Part are delighted to showcase their services, with a full page write up on page 6 of the December issue of Elyi Magazine. The Elyi is a great local magazine for the Ely community. We are delighted to showcase our services to the local community and look forward to working with local customers in the Cambridgeshire area. The full December 2017 issue of the Elyi Magazine can be viewed online here. Alternatively, the Print My Part write up can be seen below.
We have recently been working with Gordon Chesterman, a local Letterpress Printer who trained at the London College of Printing, in the art of creating exquisite prints and posters using traditional equipment and printing methods, dating back to the 15th century. From its invention in the 15th century through to the 20th century, letterpress printing was the normal form of printing text, however since the introduction of modern printing methods, its existence has declined. Ho
Letterpress printer and Director of Cambridge University's Careers Service, Gordon Chesterman has collaborated with local 3D printing bureau, Print My Part, to explore a new method of creating letterpress printing blocks. An approach using modern technology to support traditional printing methods. From its invention in the 15th century through to the 20th century, letterpress printing was the only way of printing text, using hand-carved wood blocks for illustrations and large
Print My Part are now proud members of Make It British, a campaign promoting and supporting home grown British brands and manufacturers of goods here in the UK. This is a campaign we strongly support, completing all 3D prints at our HQ in Ely, a beautiful market town known for its magnificent Cathedral, dating back to 672 AD. Ely remains a city (yes, one of the smallest cities in the UK) with a strong heritage of independent businesses and artisan crafts. Credit: Visitely.or