We display Japanese Paper materials that are the base of stencil
paper, and drain board. (SUNOKO).
Stencil Paper for a stylus is made by applying a wax on the ultra
thin Japanese Paper made of bark (GANPI-SHI).
There are many types of stencil paper for use in painting on plain,
plotter or manuscript paper.
There is also a special stencil paper that is used by the Naval Force
This is the machine that applies the wax on the Japanese Paper made
of bark (GANPI-SHI), which is guideline in the printing industry.
This machine is operated by two people.
One person sets up the stencil paper for the stylus machine and another
person handles the finished product.
This is the most user friendly printing tool, that puts stencil
paper on a silk screen, and applies the ink to the paper.
Stencil pens are used for small type, bold type, mesh type and dot-line
type, appropriate for many purposes.
This is the drip mat used to cut a base paper for the mimeograph.
People made a proof by hand using the English Typewriter.
Later, an automatic English Typewriter became available.
This typewriter made proofs on stencil that typed each Chinese characters
or Kana letters one by one on a platen.
The Fax Platemaker creates a picture in the form of stencil carbon
by reading a manuscript signal, which is rolled onto the base paper
and stencil on a cylinder.
This platemaker was introduced on behalf of the mimeograph.
Stencil Duplicators are high speed, simple to use, printing machines
which can put a copy of a proofed manuscript onto a rotating plate
and rolled around the cylinder.
This machine was used by hand when it was first developed.