Re: Platinum over Gum

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 09/04/04-03:49:20 AM Z
Message-id: <41398F89.65ED@pacifier.com>

Schuyler Grace wrote:
>
> You were both correct. I just dug out the July/August issue of VC, and
> there's his article. That should get me started.
>
> KT, did you ever get your mat cutter working? I found the manual for my 650
> (I know it's not the same as yours)
 and I couldn't find anything that would
> make the head drag, unless there is something wedged between it and the
> guide bar, or the bar is bent pretty badly.

Yeah, I couldn't find anything in my manual either, unless it's
something with the bearings. At any rate I hauled off and whanged this
precision instrument with a pair of pliers until it came free and I
could do the cuts I needed to do. It doesn't run smooth like it used to
though; it hangs and drags. I meant to call Logan yesterday but got busy
driving to town for nonglare glass and forgot to do it.

At any rate, in order to change the bearings or check for something
between the cutting head and the rail, or lubricate or whatever, the
cutting head has to be run off the end of the rail, and in order to do
that it has to be able to move, so I think I would have had to do what I
did no matter what. Rationalization, it works for me.
Katharine

>
> Thanks for the PT over gum info, both of you!
>
> -Schuyler
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sandy King [mailto:sanking@clemson.edu]
> Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 8:47 PM
> To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> Subject: Re: Platinum over Gum
>
> KT wrote:
>
> >
> Doesn't Terry King do platinum over gum?
>
> >kt
>
> Yes, platinum over gum, or is it gum over platinum? He had an article
> in a recent number of View Camera.
>
> I found his prints rather like vintage gum overs in contrast, but
> with a lot more "flou."
>
> Sandy
Received on Sun Sep 5 08:41:46 2004

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