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Offline Sbrem

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Re: Cleaning out the unexposed emulsion to make the design
« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2018, 09:21:59 AM »
We also have cabinets, and a screen dryer. Our fluorescents always had the yellow sleeves on them to filter the light, but as I said, we had plenty of daylight in the old shop. The point was to not leave them out long enough to be semi-exposed. One doesn't need to race around like crazy at all. Like a sunburn, it takes a little time... Moose, you are lucky, or special as the wife says, or just pushing it right to the edge, but not over it, lol. Personally, I made my first in '72, without filtered lights...

Steve
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