It came with lots of extras and the seller even threw in a laser printer for making plates and about 60lbs. And what do I need to do to make plates using the laser printer? The AB Dick is an offset duplicator.
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The object of the present invention is to provide a stencil-printing machine which shall be simple in construction, and therefore of low cost of manufacture. A further object is to so construct and arrange the operative parts as to insure reliability and positive coaction of those movable elements of the construction which are recurringly brought into operation in the production of prints from such machine. In carrying out the invention I employ a suitable frame upon which is mounted a drum, on the surface whereof the stencil sheet may be secured in any suitable manner.
The A. Dick Company was a major American manufacturer of copy machines and office supplies in the late 19th century and 20th century. The company was founded in  in Chicago as a lumber company by Albert Blake Dick — It soon expanded into office supplies and, after licensing key autographic printing patents from Thomas Edisonbecame the world's largest manufacturer of mimeograph equipment Albert Dick coined the word "mimeograph".