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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulrich Drolshagen View Post
    I can't see any entry older then 3/11/2012 (just the entry page). There aren't any links to older pages. I tried with firefox, epiphany, chromium and konqueror in English and German. May be all use webkit as a rendering engine, I don't know. But it's certainly not working as intended.
    Thanks! Fixed!

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    Foma doesn't lith anymore? What is still available that does? I've not tried lith printing but thought I might some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Foma doesn't lith anymore? What is still available that does? I've not tried lith printing but thought I might some day.
    According to Rudman's newsletter. It doesn't quite lith the same, which I don't know what that means, but reports seem to indicate that the emulsion changed. Unfortunate, especially considering I was about to buy roughly $500 worth of it for a project. DOH!
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    I read Tim Rudman's latest newsletter but perhaps didn't take in all the information. Does this mean it is not possible to work with conventional lith techniques with any current papers?

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    I read Tim Rudman's latest newsletter but perhaps didn't take in all the information. Does this mean it is not possible to work with conventional lith techniques with any current papers?

    Tom
    Slavich papers are what I am going to try next. Tim Rudman suggests that unibrom is lithable. There is also a new lith paper being developed by a French? Company.

    I think it doesn't mean we can't lith, just that many papers now don't show true infectious development.
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    Check out the latest polywarmtone information posted just yesterday.

    +1 for you guys at Adox!

    http://www.polywarmtone.com/Blog/Eng...82af21-12.html
    All this has happened before, and all this will happen again.

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    This seems like a great effort, but is there an estimate for when the paper is going into production?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry S View Post
    This seems like a great effort, but is there an estimate for when the paper is going into production?
    Itīs to early to give any estimates. Forte had a team of 14 engineers (4 of them with a doctors degree) and technicians and it took them about 4 years to create Polywarmtone. Due to the production stop and the disappearance of many ingredients we have to completely re-engineer the paper.
    Our financial resources are limited to the current market situation. Thus we can work on this project with limited capacity only.
    Given the conditions we work under we are actually pretty fast but itīs everything but easy to manufacture a film or paper and costs involved are much higher than most users think.

    In the blog entrys I have outlined what will be the next steps and I will keep everyone posted.


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    Mirko-- Thanks for the update. I look forward to the day when the paper is available and appreciate the efforts of your team.


    Quote Originally Posted by ADOX Fotoimpex View Post
    Itīs to early to give any estimates. Forte had a team of 14 engineers (4 of them with a doctors degree) and technicians and it took them about 4 years to create Polywarmtone. Due to the production stop and the disappearance of many ingredients we have to completely re-engineer the paper.
    Our financial resources are limited to the current market situation. Thus we can work on this project with limited capacity only.
    Given the conditions we work under we are actually pretty fast but itīs everything but easy to manufacture a film or paper and costs involved are much higher than most users think.

    In the blog entrys I have outlined what will be the next steps and I will keep everyone posted.


    Mirko

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    Well I am prepared to offer myself as cheap worker, at least I could make the coffee for the guys making the emusion.



 

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