Printing
from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Such fanzines as are printed are more often than not hand-set; a certain number of periodical ones — notably Bill Danner's Stefantasy — use this unquestionably prestigious means of reproduction, but nowadays it's more commonly found in small items of one-shot type either as a novelty or for items of more than common interest. Rubber stamp sets are usually excluded from the term "printing".
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
Such fanzines as are printed are more often than not hand-set. Several have been hired out to commercial printers at prohibitive cost; one such printer, Conrad H Ruppert of the staff of Fantasy Magazine, later offered reduced rates for fanzines. However that may be, limited circulation has meant that virtually all printed fanzines are largely financed by the editor's own pocket. Rubber stamp sets are usually excluded from the term "printing".