3728Re: vacuum exposure unit
- Jan 30, 2005There are plans available on the site www.polymerplates.com
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "D. McNaughton" <dmac@d...>
> I am just exploring the possibilities of of PP again. In the early80's I
> had a processing unit but after the last 18 years or so in offsetI am
> coming back to letterpress with the intention of having a smallhobby
> business. For this reason I cannot justify the cost of acommercial unit so
> was wondering if any one could help with plans of a vacuum frameor any
> suggestions on how to make one.process.
> David McNaughton
> Toora Australia
> > From: "Harold \"Jay\" Kyle" <harold@b...>
> > Reply-To: PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com
> > Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 13:30:43 -0400
> > to say that if you care about the quality of your (expensive)
> > photopolymer plates, you should not use an exposure unit for alt-
> > You need a vacuum and you should try to use kreene, which willminimize
> > light distortion. I sell the kreene at $1 per square foot.Kreene needs to
> > be replaced periodically because it loses its plasticity and cansoil up.
> > Oh, and I also have a few extra vacuum pumps laying around--makean offer.
> > Harold Kyle
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