Roller Height

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Anyone know why this little press’s rollers aren’t even coming close to making contact with the type? I have to put a 1/8” thick board on top of the composition to get it to start making and impression on paper.

As Paul said, likely it was

As Paul said, likely it was designed as ‘galley height’ so you need to bump up the type with a bed plate, or in a galley.

The press-bed may be galley

The press-bed may be galley height, i.e., 0.968” instead of 0.918” Place a sort next to the bed bearer, the face of the sort should be level with it. If the sort is lower then you’ll need a 0.050” bedplate under your form.