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Default Question about a tortilla press

I have a ton of masa harina (about 4 pounds, actually) left from making tamales, so I thought I'd use some to make corn tortillas. Does anyone have a tortilla press? Any tips for getting a good one? I've seen cast iron, steel, plastic and wooden presses. I'm leaning toward the cast iron. Comments and tips welcome
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