Re: Halo or Fogging at Edge of Digital Negative

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/23/05-07:29:12 AM Z
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Yes, I tried drying the Clearprint OHP in the oven. But the ink melted.

The warm air from the small ceramic heater works much better.

Sandy

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>Sandy,
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>You told me you put them on a pizza stone and put them in the oven....
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>In a message dated 2/22/05 8:24:59 PM, sanking@clemson.edu writes:
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>>I dry Pictorico negatives right after they come out of the printer
>>with a hair dryer, placed on hot heat and maximum output. Just put
>>the mouth of the dryer about 3-4" from the negative and blast away.
>>Takes about two minutes and that is that.
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>>When using the Freestyle Clearprint OHP I dry for a couple of minutes
>>with the hair dryer, as above, and then for another 30 minutes with a
>>ceramic heater on high output, placed about twelve inches from the
>>negative.
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>>Sandy
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