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Re: P2 for Printing Money

Printing of paper currency (the legal way, anyhow) is usually performed via rotogravure.

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At 08:23 AM 1/30/2001 -0600, List Manager wrote:
Forwarded on behalf of Mr. Burton Hammer:

I've had a request from someone at a national bank in Asia who wants to
know about P2 and waste mgmt options for the national money printing
operations.  I volunteered to recycle their unwanted money but they
would rather go further up the pipe.  I suppose our own US
treasury must be doing some EMS and P2 work on printing since they are
fed facilities covered by the various exec orders.  I don't know what
kind of printing ops are used for money, is it lithography, offset, or
whatever.  If I can get that info I can use the many printing P2
resources for those processes.  Any leads or refs would be greatly
appreciated, thanks a lot.

Note - it might not be wise to announce that you have lots of experience
printing money yourself...  

Burton Hamner
Seattle, WA=20
Jini Cook
List Manager
217.244-6553     jcook@wmrc.uiuc.edu

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