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  • Gerald Lange
    Jun 4, 2005
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      Hi Charles

      No vacuum gauge? How did you find that out?

      Geez, this was all sort of a big waste of time then wasn't it? If it
      does nothing else, a gauge will tell you when vacuum is iffy, and, if
      it reveals release during exposure, your plate/s just went south. Kind
      of an important feature.


      --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, LA. Book Arts <livres@a...> wrote:
      > All,
      > the problem she has is with the machine, the machine doesn't seem to
      > have a gage for vacuum pressure, so basically she has no way of knowing
      > if she has enough or what.
      > The exposing of a plate with Film is a very critical stage of
      > platemaking, a good vacuum, a good piece of Film and it's smooth
      > sailing. I just made 65 9.5 x13 inch plates (WH 94) for a book project
      > the other day.
      > If you have no way of measuring your action it is very difficult to
      > repeat it over and over.
      > charles
      > www.custombindery.com
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