G. H. Korff, of Hoboken, N. J., has invented a new press for the purpose of zincographic printing. It is a cylinder press, the face of the cylinder being of zinc, and on this the design is drawn ; around the cylinder there are arranged damping and inking rollers, which perform the operations hitherto done by hand. These are combined with feed and pressure rollers, so that a rotary power press is obtained of great simplicity and value. It was patented this week, and the claim will be found on another page.
This article was originally published with the title "Improved Zincographic Press"