I've done that before, long ago. NOT FUN! Had to meet a publishers deadline.
Originally Posted by jnanian
That's correct, Ralph. I'm not 100% how the process worked but they were also commonly used in the lithographic printing industry to prepare half tone dot matrices.
Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht
I used to have a Durst 184 that had originally been in the printmaking department of an art college. It had a (point source) flash head powered by a big 'Megablitz' power unit (so, perhaps, the term 'blitz printing' derives in part from that). I bought the enlarger for £15, complete with four Schneider lenses, because I was the only person who knew how remove it from the small room in which it stood without knocking down a wall...
I don't recall the power output of the flash unit, but it was about the same size as my Strobe 5,000 joule power packs, so I 'd guess it packed quite a punch.
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i always love doing that ... my problem is always not enough room to hang all those rc prints ! ...
Originally Posted by Wade D
"Wubba, wubba, wubba. Bing, bang, bong. Yuck, yuck, yuck and a fiddle-dee-dee." - The Yeti