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    Found mine on Craigs list in Seattle, a bit of driving from Portland but the price was fair.


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    So Cal source for exposure unit...

    I would start calling your local print shops... I found a very nice tabletop mercury unit in my area for $300. Some shops are willing to "give" this equipment away because they don't use them.

    You can also try these sites for used pre-press equip:
    http://www.printrade.com/classified/cats/3500.html
    http://www.print-world.com/classifie...p?categoryID=5
    http://www.prepressforums.com/forum/items-sale/

    I am very pleased with my mercury bulb unit, especially since the replacement bulb was $35!

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    Thanks for the sources and info.

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    I know this is an old post but I just got a Nuarc 26 1KS and was curious if anyone has a manual for this unit? I'm going to have to do some exposure tests but I would like to read up if possible.
    Thanks.

    Jim

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    Jim, Perseverance paid of.
    I believe you can download a manual from the link in my first post in this thread, it is however not a very useful manual but as far as in know it is the only manual available.
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    Jan, thanks. I went to the Nuarc website and it didn't give me any info that was helpful. My concern is with the integrator. How does it work. There are 8 presets. I'm going to have to play with it i guess to figure out my exposures. I know that one unit is suppose to be one second of exposure. Time to play with some carbon exposures I guess. Thanks.

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    I've owned three of these units. A unit of light is not equal to a second. Although you can adjust them to be close to a second. But there is really no need to. Just develop your work flow in units and forget about seconds. You will notice the integrator runs slow on start up and will increase in speed as the unit warms up and the light intensity increases. But if your heart is set on knowing how many seconds then by all means start adjusting your photocell until to you have it set on one second equals one unit.

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