Re: Polymer Plate 80% screen Weirdness

From: Jon Lybrook ^lt;>
Date: 02/16/04-02:08:34 PM Z
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Sounds good. I will try this paper/vinyl trick first before talc and report back.

Thanks for everyone's feedback. This group is amazing. Together, we've
probably saved one another hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in wasted
materials and mistakes.

Best wishes,
Jon wrote:

> I know some people on this list with vacuum tables and plateburners have
> just put a sheet of paper or vinyl underneath the negative/substrate
> sandwich to even out the pressure....try this first, it is cheaper.
> Mark Nelson
> In a message dated 2/16/04 12:06:40 PM, writes:
>> Thanks Jan.
>> I just called and got a price quote of $219 for a new rubber blanket. I
>> could be well on my way to a frame vacuum that is not 40 years old for
>> that much! Something tells me I'm going to try the talc route...
>> Jon
Received on Mon Feb 16 14:13:42 2004

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