The relatively common "New Hermes Engravograph" in either of its two basic forms is such a machine.
It is useful to understand why this is so. The pantographs get all of the attention, but making the cutters is the hard part. Working patterns and matrices require cutters which differ not only in matters of scale working patterns are larger, matrices are tiny but form. A working pattern must be followed by a tracer and may be best made with vertical edges.
A matrix requires a tapered cutter to produce the beard on the type what would be called the "draft" of the mold in non-typographical casting. Goudy developed a method of using paper "master patterns" for pantographically engraving his working patterns. This method is better documented now than most methods. It was never used in larger-scale commercial typefoundry or matrix manufacturing operations, but it has a number of advantages for the artisanal studio.
Rehak describes a method employed at ATF for working patterns for direct matrix engraving thus and after before the introduction of wax-plate methods in which involved the combined pantographic engraving and hand engraving of incised-outline working patterns into lead later zinc plates. There is much that I do not understand about this method.
From through ATF engraved its working patterns directly in solid brass plates using a Gorton 3-B not 3-U three-dimensional pantograph engraving machine stripped of its three-dimensional apparatus and operated as a rather heavy-duty two-dimensional pantograph. This is the method documented in their film Type Speaks! Rehak notes that is used to duplicate existing ATF solid brass patterns, but it isn't quite clear if it is used to originate new patterns from drawings.
An intermediate pattern was engraved using a pantograph rotary engraving machine in solid plaster. From this the actual working pattern was made by conventional plaster stereotyping. Presumably this was an early method.
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For the most part these involve scribing a design in a wax layer on top of a substrate, electroforming a copper shell from this, and then backing up this shell with typemetal. This may have been the most widely used method of all. In addition to the practices described in the chapters below, it may be noted from evidence in Typographical Printing Surfaces , pp. All methods for making solid working patterns which do not at any time involve a pantograph or, much rarer, cutting or engraving by hand. Typically these involve the optical projection of a design onto the working pattern blank, but that pattern blank may be of various materials and the pattern in it may be created in a number of ways.
Paul Hayden Duensing used working patterns made from "Nyloprint" photopolymer plates. A part of the reason he did this was to accomodate the relatively small working pattern sizes allowed by his Preis engraving machine. Zinc plates on which a resist is formed via photographic processes which are acid etched to form relief working patterns. Used starting at some point after perhaps long after? I believe that The Dale Guild has used photopolymer working patterns for making type for Russell Maret.
A strong argument may be made that this is the method of choice in at least the s for the practical matrix maker. Legros in and describes two methods for making composite working patterns to allow accents to be added to regular characters without cutting separate accented characters for each accented sort required. One runs across occasional remarks concerning working patterns which don't quite seem to fit anywhere yet. Some of these identify entire manufacturing processes not yet described. Here are those I've found so far. For traditional matrix blanks, see the "hand punchcutting" section.
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Very little is known about them, and nothing is known about the ways in which he made them. Jim Rimmer's adaptation of a Ludlow Supersurfacer to make Thompson-compatible matrix blanks. As usual, Goudy's methods were his own. They would be impossible for comprehensive matrix production at firms such as ATF or Mergenthaler Linotype, but they may well suit the contemporary small-scale matrix maker. As more is learned of these methods, it is likely that many of them should be moved into the main text above. While at the Riverside Press, Bruce Rogers modified existing Caslon types 14 pt lowercase and 12 pt capitals with a graver, and then had matrices electroformed from them.
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He also tightened up the set I presume that this must have been done by specifying horizontal alignment for the matrix making and desired set for the casting, rather than physically altering the pattern types. This information is now collected in A New Matrix Atlas. There are some enterprises in which a careful disorderliness is the true method.
It may be cited as a complete work by citing the URL of the present page: Notes on "Making Faces" Film Appendix: A Survey of Kinds of Matrices. These early methods for making large metal types included: Preparation, on Screen and Paper. But it is a pleasure to watch Studies in Type Design. Digital Type and Computer-Aided Lettering Contrary to current belief, in practical terms digital type does not presently exist although it certainly could. Punchcutting by Hand in Steel.
Also, a short note on Moxon's forged punches and his models for them. Striking Matrices by Hand. Driving Matrices with a Hand-Powered Press. Justifying Matrices by Hand. Patrix Cutting by Hand in Soft Metal. Besides these activities, he was a painter, musician and photographer, as well as an author of a variety of publications, including plays, books for children, and political treatises.
William Stanley was born on Monday 2 February in Islington , London, one of nine children of John Stanley a mechanic and builder and his wife, Selina Hickman, and a direct descendant of Thomas Stanley , the 17th-century author of History of Philosophy. From the age of 12 until he was 14, his maternal uncle William Ford Hickman paid for his education at a different school.
While living in Buntingford between and , Stanley founded a literary society with a local chemist. They charged a subscription of five shillings a year. This was spent on books to form a library which grew to volumes. In , at the age of 14, Stanley's father insisted that he leave school and help him in his trade. In , Stanley fell in love with a girl in Buntingford, Bessie Sutton, but her family refused to let them marry. Stanley acted upon a remark made by his father in about the high cost and poor quality of English drawing instruments compared to those imported from France and Switzerland, and started a business making mathematical and drawing instruments.
He invented a new T-square which improved the standard one and became universally used. Stanley produced a 'Panoptic Stereoscope ' in , which was financially successful. The component parts were reduced to fewer than half of the used in the previous version, making it lighter, cheaper and more accurate. Stanley designed and set up a factory in or called The Stanley Works , it was listed in the Croydon Directories as Stanley Mathematical Instruments in Belgrave Road near Norwood Junction railway station , which produced a variety of instruments for civil, military, and mining engineers, prospectors and explorers, architects, meteorologists and artists, including various Technical drawing tools.
When it closed the 6 acres 0. By , Stanley was employing 80 people and producing 3, technical items, as detailed in his catalogue. On 20 April his company was floated on the stock market , becoming a limited company under the name of William Ford Stanley and Co Ltd. Following his election as a Fellow of the Geologists' Association, he went on an expedition to the Ardennes and the River Meuse. He engaged in different forms of art. In , three of his oil paintings were exhibited at the Marlborough Gallery and in May , a carved inlaid tray Stanley had made was shown at the Stanley Art Exhibition Club.
Stanley decided in to build and set up Stanley Technical Trades School, the first of its kind in the country. The school was designed to educate boys between the ages of 12 and 15 in general studies, as well as trade. The plaque reads W. Stanley became a magistrate Justice of the peace , and sat on the Croydon Bench on Mondays and Saturdays. Stanley died on 14 August of a heart attack, aged John's Church, Upper Norwood. Most of his estate was bequeathed to trade schools and students in south London. Stanley's will was signed on 20 March , and was probated on 26 October His brother's wife and his adopted daughter also received shares.
A cast-iron clock tower was erected in South Norwood at the junction of Station Road and the High Street in to mark the golden wedding anniversary of William and Eliza Stanley, as a measure of the esteem in which they were held in the locality. The William Stanley pub sign and memorabilia from the pub were donated to Stanley Halls where they are on show. This is evoked best in the concept of the Bias Blocker — a technology that could create a bigotry-free utopia — but the potential of this is squandered as the idea is left unexplored.
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Manifesto is a call to action. This is no time for heads buried in sand. The rest is exploitation horror dressed up as social inquiry.
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The production falls into these traps as well. This show puts a notorious, real white supremacist on stage and asks its performer to literally threaten audience members of colour through that persona. It has to do more to justify this than just terrify its audience. But that plane can be elusive. Ze brings considerable chops to this incredibly polished dramatization of zir personal and political struggle with sexual and gender identity. After comparing the Kinsey scale of sexuality also expanded to gender to a musical scale, ze passes out kazoos and slide whistles so we can play our sexual journeys, too.