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2490Re: Question on photopolymer printing.

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  • John G. Henry
    Feb 23, 2004
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      > How bad is the density variation at the

      You will find some "edge effect" at teh edge when printing plastic.
      Keeping the ink film as thin as possible and keeping the impression
      as light as possible will diminish the edge effect.

      If printing patterns on a color background, perhaps this heavier ink
      film at the edge will not be objectionable.

      Getting off-topic for this list:

      The dye-sub print may be good, but if your factor of enlargement when
      projected is great, anything will show. Can you create the pattern
      effect you wish with a paint on illustration baord and then use an
      Ektachrome to reproduce it?

      John Henry
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