Re: And how sharp I am was/Re: Temperaprint & Gum

From: Kate Mahoney ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/03/04-11:02:11 PM Z
Message-id: <000201c3eb5f$453ad590$3626f6d2@yourif5zypd2xn>

> Googling for the phrase " light jet prints ", returned this bit of
> information from one of the search results:
> "The CSI LightJet 5000 printer exposes a digital image directly to
> photographic paper or film using red, green and blue laser beams. The
> resulting images are processed through traditional photographic
> chemistry."
> So I don't think that there are any inks used to produce these prints.
> Don Bryant
 This sounds like a new enlargement technique using conventional c-print
technology rather than any new medium.
Received on Wed Feb 4 14:42:02 2004

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