Having a love of typography, I do hanker after the days when type was hand set and printed on a letterpress machine. We often talk about the need to 'make a good impression'. This comes from the traditional letterpress of handsetting metal (or wood) type, locking it into a block on the press and, when inked, a clear and crisp imprint is made into quality paper. Making a good impression. With this in mind I recently acquired, from Freecycle, a small 1950's Adana table-top typesetting machine with a range of metal type that had been collected over the years and stored in old Lego boxes and tins. It will need a lot of care and attention to get it back to its former glory, but could be a satisfying project.