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    Photon Sieve Print Prepress Files and Over Large Photon Sieve Image

    I herebelow attached few photon sieve design - print prepress files to print with a image setter.
    And I hereby attached a image taken with first from the left photon sieve in the row with printed 5mm diameter , overly large for a photon sieve and requires 1 second or less exposure.

    I want to thank Cezary who is the manufacturer of pinhole cameras brand Vermeer and sent me the files.

    I liked the image very much when Cezary had no idea how to design a photon sieve and got it from internet , printed big - 5mm or 6mm diameter as he reports -with Agfa Prepress Image setters and result that excellent surreal picture.

    Umut
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    Terminology:

    A photon sieve is no lens. (At least not in english terminology)

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    Thank you AgX, I have just changed the header.
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    I use the first one on a regular basis and have used the second one on occasion (http://glsmyth.com/pinhole/pinhole-sieve.asp). I will make pinhole sieves from the other two any play around with them, as they look like they would be fun to use.

    Cheers -

    george



 

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