RE: sources for uv exposure units or plate makers? (or any hints on how toget good good contct?)

From: Gerry Giliberti ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/31/05-08:18:52 AM Z
Message-id: <E513796EE4488B4DA33E5B1CA4557FD13E760A@EXCHANGE_SERV>


Contact a friend of mine, Paul Lalaiki, at He
lived in Kingston for years and now lives over the bridge in Rhinebeck. He's
a graphic artist and printer and will know if there are any vacuum frames or
other solutions to your problem. (I'm at work so if the e-mail address is
wrong I'm sure he's in the phone book. If not, e-mail me at and I'll give you his phone number. He turned me on
to gum back at Farmingdale College in 1970. He'll have some answers for

Gerry Giliberti

-----Original Message-----
From: Carmen Lizardo []
Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2005 1:10 PM
Subject: Re: sources for uv exposure units or plate makers? (or any
hints on how toget good good contct?)

Dear List,
Many, many thanks for all of the info.
Ed, I live in Kingston, New York.
I am going to try every suggestion I received,
(including having my mother in law sit on top of the
print), athough that will requre for her to visit
Since that exposure units are expensive, and shipping
costs are very high, I thought that I should build my
own, but between teaching full time and raising my
daughter, I have no time to build, I rather make some
Thanks, :-)

--- Kai Hamann <> wrote:

> Dear Carmen,
> UV units with vacuum plate are sometimes auctioned
> via ePray.
> I donīt print as big as you do, only up to 15 x 20
> paper size, and still use the shirtly method I began
> with: rimless frames. A piece of soft foamed
> material is put on the back. Then come paper,
> negative and the glasplate. This pack is clamped at
> the edges and thatīs it. Maybe this is an option for
> you.
> All the best
> Kai

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