I suspected as much and having spent a few days (Far too short in my opinion) with Kosar's Light Sensitive Systems I even have some insight as to why. Though having read Kosar I think it may be possible to implement a carbro-like process by producing a dichro or diazo based process that is sensitive to visible light. Then you would either print on dichro/diazo coated paper and after exposure marry it to tissue (A la a mariotype) or expose the sensitized tissue directly in the enlarger. Unfortunately DAS doesn't seen to be in the class of diazonium compounds that are or can be made sensitive to visible light but until I can find such a compound I can experiment with it and try to dye sensitize dichromates.
Originally Posted by gmikol
As an aside if anyone hasn't already read Kosar buy, borrow or steal a copy. It is a fount of fascinating information and potential new paths of inquiry.
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