1717Re: advice on plate making?
- Jul 2 1:19 AMChuck
I guess I should piggy-back on this, since I seem to be implicated. I
believe there was some discussion here a while back about multiple
laser positives. But I suspect there would certainly be alignment
problems. I may be misunderstanding your question.
Brian Allen has a pretty good article on alternative processing in the
Files section. There is also this in the Links section that may be of
some use to your specific inquiry:
There is one question I can definitely answer, I think. Yes, you do
need UV light to process photopolymer.
Keep at us.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, Katie Harper <knharper@f...> wrote:
> You will find a lot of information about this on the PPLetterpress home
> page, I believe in the Files section (Gerald Lange can tell you
> specifically, as he is the site moderator.) To make a very long
> short, it can be done, but you must keep in mind that photopolymer
is a LOT
> more unforgiving than screen print emulsion.
> You'll also find a lot of information in a book called "Printing in
> about using photopolymer plates for printmaking.
> Good luck.
> Katie Harper
> on 7/1/03 3:09 PM, chuck sumner at spam@2... wrote:
> > so what im wondering is this: can i use the same multiple laser
> > positive strategy to make polymer plates? i wonder if anyone has
> > experience making plates like this, or if it would even be
> > you have to use uv light to expose the plates?
> > i was going to just call na graphics, but this way others can possibly
> > benefit also.
> > thanks
> > chuck
> Katie Harper
> Ars Brevis Press
> Cincinnati, OH
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