Re: Curious Question about Cyano/VDB

From: Fran Engelcke ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/12/05-04:06:39 PM Z
Message-id: <BAY107-F25BF17F2D8D6C06FB38898A1110@phx.gbl>

I tried this once in my recent past and had a hard time keeping the coating
consistantly even. But, I'm not an airbrush expert by any means.

Fran Engelcke

>From: Sam Wang <stwang@clemson.edu>
>Reply-To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>Subject: Re: Curious Question about Cyano/VDB
>Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 08:03:44 -0400
>
>Sally,
>
>No reason it shouldn't work beautifully. No advantage to do it that way
>though. Disadvantage is having all the chemicals flying in the air and
>possibly into your eyes and lungs.
>
>For really large surfaces, say the side of a house, perhaps a paint sprayer
>could work.
>
>Hope you are recovering well.
>
>Sam Wang
>
>>g'Day Y'All!!
>>
>>Well, after some minor surgery last week, I'm backup & printing -- a
>>little. :o)
>>
>>Maybe it was all the time I had to just think while in the hospital, or
>>maybe it was influenced by the anesthesia, etc. but, has anyone ever used
>>an AIRBURSH to apply the solutions to paper for cyano and/or VDB?
>>
>>Just curious, mostly. Seems like a good way to get a fairly even coat
>>without all the brush hairs. LOL! (Like I said, I was in the hospital when
>>I thought of this, so take it for what it's worth. :oP)
>>
>>
>>Sally Makeham
>>
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>>
>>
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Received on Thu May 12 16:06:56 2005

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