Re: Printing gum on hard surface

From: Dave Soemarko ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 09/03/04-11:38:38 AM Z
Message-id: <00c901c491dc$d8c1aae0$0a808080@wds>

> The chemist I'm working with thought it would
> be a simple matter to coat glass with dichromated gum, expose, wash and
> dry it and then peel off a sheet of nice hardened gum. Don't I wish!

Oh, sorry I didn't read this email before replying to the previous one. If
you want a piece of dry hardened gum, maybe you could try coating it
thickly, expose, and do something similar the carbon transfer, except that
this is a gum transfer. You can transfer it to a piece of pure glass, or the
slick side of mylar.

But I haven't done that myself. It's just a suggestion.

Dave S
Received on Sun Sep 5 08:25:05 2004

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