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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz View Post
    Hello Jerry,

    With great pleasure .
    Perhaps is it Frédéric Mocellin ?

    http://www.autochromes.fr/mocellinperso/index.html

    Thank you in adavance.

    Shaz
    Oui, c'est lui. Je t'envoi s'addresse en message prive.

    Jerry

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    ok , i'm gone write a mail to Frederic Mocellin. There is just one thing, Mr Mocellin don't use a glass for the Autochrome...he used polyester film.
    And i'm not sure, but i read in the Lavedrine Book that they use Primal N580 for the first varnish. I call the society that make this product, but they just sell to industrie.
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    Perhpas he can tell me how he dyed the patatoe starch.

    It's a good idea Jerry.

    Best regards

    Shaz

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    When I google "thin pale crepe latex" and look at the images, I see lots of special effects make up. Perhaps this is an industry that uses a lot of latex?

    Check these: http://stageandtheatermakeup.com/effects.htm & http://stageandtheatermakeup.com/mhlatex.htm
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    Hello holmburgers,

    The person that tell me to take pale latex crepe say that these product are not good.
    If i put "Pale latex crepe" on internet i find this :

    http://www.google.fr/imgres?imgurl=h...1t:429,r:1,s:0

    It seems like for the shoe sole .
    In the Lavedrine book, Lumière speak about little ball of latex. He wrote :

    caoutchouc : Para Pur Plantation E ( Bergougnon )

    Bergougnon :

    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond...tin_Bergougnan

    You can read at a moment :

    He(It) makes Établissments Bergougnan a rival prosperous, big company(society) of Michelin



    Shaz

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    Some friends come at home in a moment...at tomorrow

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    Sorry holmburgers, i'm back,

    The Lumières bought the latex to an enterprise that made tires. Incredible.

    Shaz

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    Shaz ,

    I think this material is polyurethane , may be 100 years ago , this term was not known but I am quite sure that car tires made from this. Polyurethane business is one of the largest chemical industry in the world and this material is used from tires , to interior of the cars to seats to vitesse stick to lenses .
    Polyurethane is the one of the best and cheapest heat insulator in the world .
    You find it at olympic shoes to Nike to bows to your television monitor plastic.
    Without knowing what you want exactly technically , you cant find what you want. There are zillions of different formulas.
    I think you must define whatever you want specially and contact with may be BAYER. I was thinking to build boats from polyurethane foams and 1 liter liquid comes to 3 dollars and expands to 60 liters with catalyzer.

    I think if you define what speciallities you want , BAYER helps you. I hope you know what is BAYER.

    Umut

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    Here are some useful definitions and distinctions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_rubber

    PE

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    Hello,

    I know Bayer, it's a good idea to look in this way too.
    Thank you for your link PE....it's interesting to read that with synthetic latex :

    "latex is mostly polymerized isoprene with a small percentage of impurities in it."

    Now i think that i have to start with something.

    I will buy the Rubber cement and make my own resene. I will see what it will give. . If it's not good, i will have to begin again.

    Shaz

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    Just a thought - How about using a clear masking fluid such as Winsor & Newton Masking Medium ?



 

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