Paper mills

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  • UF Paper mill

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"Italy, Amalfi - Mill across valley"

Amalfi was well known for its medieval tradition of papermaking and handmade paper is still produced there. It has a Museum of Papermaking showing the means of production of paper in the middle ages.

"Italy, Amalfi - Valley of the mills"

Amalfi was well known for its medieval tradition of papermaking and handmade paper is still produced there. It has a Museum of Papermaking showing the means of production of paper in the middle ages.

"Sweden Lessebo Mill House"

The Lessebo Handpappersbruk in the small town Lessebo in Sweden produces paper entirely by hand using an over 300 years old and almost unchanged process. The paper with the well known watermark is used as stationery and envelope as well as for spe...

"Robert, Paper machine, cross section rollers"

Louis-Nicolas Robert (2 December 1761 – 8 August 1828) was a French soldier and mechanical engineer, who is credited with a paper-making invention that became the blueprint of the Fourdrinier machine. Prior to 1798, paper was made one sheet at a t...

"Robert, Paper machine, side view"

Louis-Nicolas Robert (2 December 1761 – 8 August 1828) was a French soldier and mechanical engineer, who is credited with a paper-making invention that became the blueprint of the Fourdrinier machine. Prior to 1798, paper was made one sheet at a t...

"Robert, Paper machine"

Louis-Nicolas Robert (2 December 1761 – 8 August 1828) was a French soldier and mechanical engineer, who is credited with a paper-making invention that became the blueprint of the Fourdrinier machine. Prior to 1798, paper was made one sheet at a t...

"Robert, Paper machine"

Louis-Nicolas Robert (2 December 1761 – 8 August 1828) was a French soldier and mechanical engineer, who is credited with a paper-making invention that became the blueprint of the Fourdrinier machine. Prior to 1798, paper was made one sheet at a t...

"Robert, Paper machine, Ground plan"

Louis-Nicolas Robert (2 December 1761 – 8 August 1828) was a French soldier and mechanical engineer, who is credited with a paper-making invention that became the blueprint of the Fourdrinier machine. Prior to 1798, paper was made one sheet at a t...

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