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Re: Atkin Plans

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  • Jim Courtney
    Just a thought..... I have bought five sets of plans from Mrs. Atkin. They appear to be xerographic or dry powder copies common to modern lazer-print
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 9, 2007
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      Just a thought.....

      I have bought five sets of plans from Mrs. Atkin. They appear to be
      xerographic or "dry powder" copies common to modern lazer-print
      versions. A quick email to Mrs. Atkin might give you the answer.

      Happy Boating All!!!








      --- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "Doug Derbes" <dougderbes@...> wrote:
      >
      > I received a set of Atkin plans from Pat. The plans were very high
      > quality and easy to read. Black lines on white paper. Other plans I
      > have received from other sources have been blue line( blue prints).
      > These blue line plans are very light and hard to read. My
      understanding
      > is that they are developed on the paper by an ammonia process. The
      > paper yellows over time.
      >
      > What process is used by Atkin plans to reproduce drawings where the
      > lines are black and of such high quality?
      >




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