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    Dynamic Platin Metal Nanopowder Display for Infinite Use

    Everyone of us want to print our prints with platin or other metals. And everyone of us wants to use their film or digital file. And We have no money. This invention is about that.

    We use a closed transparent case which bottom side filled with elemental platin nanopowder and we select the bottom plate easilly magnetisable with light like an photocopier paper.

    When we enlarge our film or digital file on to this plate , plate be magnetised with the amount of light and metal powder sticks to it.

    We clean the non magnetised powder with tapping and collecting the excess powder at an corner and voila , you have the print.

    Than demagnetise the bottom plate and use again .

    Mustafa Umut Sarac

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    Wow, I like it! It's like a fine art Etch-a-Sketch.

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    With the exception that platinum powder cannot be 'magnetized' with light. It's non-ferrous and light doesn't magnetize things.

    An Etch-A-Sketch uses aluminum powder on glass.

    A copier works by using an ionizing metal drum the the toner is attracted to. The toner is transferred to the paper and then heated to set.



 

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