Traditional printmaking has always been at the heart of our practice. As avid experimenters we sought to test our limits using techniques such as copper plate etching, photopolymer, and lithography. At the same time, we wanted new methods that would expand our possibilities. Printmakers have long embraced new creative technologies to refresh their practices. Historically, industrial processes were a prime source of these opportunities but increasingly computation has become a dominant source of innovation. We became interested in how computationally driven technologies can be incorporated into our practice while preserving what we most enjoyed about hands-on printmaking. We moved away from the purely traditional into the realm of the postdigital.