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    The latest result that I posted in another thread here was a plate coated with a plate coating blade set at 7 mil undercut. A photo of this method is shown in the slide show also posted here in the sticky thread.

    A teapot will suffice to coat plates as well, as Mark has demonstrated.

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    Ok, I understand his coating technique, but what's with the popcorn?
    www.EASmithV.com

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    where?

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    The latest result that I posted in another thread here was a plate coated with a plate coating blade set at 7 mil undercut. A photo of this method is shown in the slide show also posted here in the sticky thread.

    A teapot will suffice to coat plates as well, as Mark has demonstrated.

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    Please post a link to the slide show and photo. Thanks,

    Michael Carter

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    Here: http://www.apug.org/forums/media.php?do=details&mid=2

    When the video portion of APUG was installed, this video was misplaced somehow.

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    Nice, thanks. I'd like to see more on coating glass plates of different sizes, too.
    What is a mag. stirrer? Where can I get some of that lab equip? Weight Watchers has a food scale in tenths of a gram or the other one that I'll use if accurate enough, otherwise I have an old Kodak scale with little weights.

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    Michael;

    I can coat any size plate or film or paper. There is a more complete demo on the DVD when it issues. My stirrer is temperature controlled and comes from Corning. I bought my scale from the Formulary. I also bought a surplus Sartorius scale good from 1 mg - 10 kg in a Kodak surplus sale here in Rochester.

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    I would absolutely love to get my hands on this DVD when it does issue! Is it possible to pre-order?

    Also, for the record- I really value the information you supply here, Photo Engineer, and your willingness to do so. ***MAJOR*** kudos to you!!!
    I would love to use the "FP" flash setting on my camera, but I cannot find "Flash Powder" anywhere... such is life.

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    Thanks very much. I am sorry but I am taking no preorders on the book or DVD. I will announce availability here on APUG when the time comes.

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    Cool. Thank you for letting me know, I'll keep one eye focused on APUG (which I have been, lately, anyway
    I would love to use the "FP" flash setting on my camera, but I cannot find "Flash Powder" anywhere... such is life.

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    Any size? My old Indian Vageeswari dry plate outfit takes 12x15 glass. I don't even have a light table for that size yet. Some day.

    Michael

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