Re: inkjet negative density with Epson 2200 printer

From: [email protected]
Date: 12/28/04-04:06:42 PM Z
Message-id: <90.53ff69a9.2f0332f2@aol.com>

Thanks Sandy—I'll credit you and Sam!

In a message dated 12/28/04 3:31:19 PM, sanking@clemson.edu writes:

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> Perhaps I misunderstood the thread but my understanding was that it was
> about getting more contrast from the printer than the color palette allows for
> processes like albumen,  salted paper, and VDB. If the issue is Pt./Pd. or even
> pure palladium, I have had no problem at all getting sufficient contrast
> using the color palette and the method outlined in PDN, and in any event one
> could easily drop the contrast of the process by more Na2 or dichromate as
> needed. However, for UV processes that need a negative of over about 1.95 the
> color palette does not allow it, at least for the Epson 2200.
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> BTW, if you test the method that Sam and I worked out and find it useful
> please feel free to send it to  registered PDN users.
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