Figure 1, plate I, is the picture of such a cylinder press, made for stone-printing.
The Treadwell was not a cylinder press, but its invention would have been of no consequence without the composition roller.
The mechanical principles were the same as in the first cylinder press.
The article describing Hoe's cylinder press is a collection of badly-constructed sentences.
The power of a lever press is insufficient for larger stones, and a cylinder press is required.
In Paris Jackson had suggested using a cylinder press for printing wood blocks.
One of the blocks split in printing and Jackson stated that thereafter he used the cylinder press exclusively.
The cylinder press might almost be called a reversed lever press.