3729Re: vacuum exposure unit
- Jan 30, 2005Sue
Thanks for the tip but that link doesn't work, did you mean?
I don't indend to be snotty by this comment, but it is never "polymer" or poly," photopolymer" is the proper word. The correct term will save folks a lot of grief in searching for information on the web.
And by this I don't mean to start up a controversy similar to the one awhile back concerning the use of "letterpresser" or "letterpressed." :)
In the Files section here is a very useful article by Brian Allen on building a
homemade photopolymer plate processing system:
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "Sue Ereio" <sue@i...> wrote:
> There 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 early
> 80's I
> > had a processing unit but after the last 18 years or so in offset
> I am
> > coming back to letterpress with the intention of having a small
> > business. For this reason I cannot justify the cost of a
> commercial unit so
> > was wondering if any one could help with plans of a vacuum frame
> or any
> > suggestions on how to make one.
> > David McNaughton
> > Toora Australia
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