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  • Silver MayKitten
    OK. The reason I cast my Nyloprint plates in wax instead of silvering them, is that the metalizing chemicals attack the plate material. I get 8 plates off one
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 8, 2003
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      OK. The reason I cast my Nyloprint plates in wax
      instead of silvering them, is that the metalizing
      chemicals attack the plate material. I get 8 plates
      off one nyloprint if I need to, the heat of the wax
      doesn't affect the nyloprint much, but the wax starts
      to stick after 8 casts.

      MayKitten
      --- Gerald Lange <bieler@...> wrote:
      > Silver
      >
      > Actually, this is a "process" list. That is
      > certainly the way I see it. That's why
      > "investigative" and "techniques" are used in the
      > description. Justin Howes originally suggested I put
      > up a list for the "investigative printer."
      > Originally put up as Subiaco (with all that
      > implies), the name was later changed to
      > PPLetterpress (a story behind that too). There is no
      > opposition here to traditional approaches.
      >
      > Gerald
      >
      >
      > Silver MayKitten wrote:
      >
      > >
      > >This is a process I use, but don't talk about on
      > this
      > >list, becauset that is really electrotyping, and
      > >outside the subject here.
      >
      >
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