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  1. #61

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    Hi Sandy,

    Don't know if you still monitor this thread.... Wondering about your experience with the ULF-28 for use in pt./pd. and polymer gravure process?

    regards.
    Michael

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    i I have the ulf machine and also and older amerigraph....truth be told I like the older machine just as much if not more..see no real advantage with the newer machine...just my 2 cents
    best, Peter
    website down for maintenance!

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    Hi Sandy,

    I read through this old thread and your unblinkingeye.com review and finally traded in my 26-1ks for the ULF-28 with both lights. I have installed the unit in my darkroom, read all of the instructions, and have fired up both lights. I have not yet exposed platinum or Azo, because it seems to the naked eye that the light is extremely uneven on the vacuum easel surface. The bulbs and the reflections of the bulbs seem to produce hotter areas (stripes) on the easel. Am I missing something (either equipment or intelligence)?

    Thanks!

    Rob Vinnedge

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