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Re: Breathing Color Glamor II Giclee Varnish


Have you tried the HVLP type spray gun. It does a remarkable job of lowering
the amount of overspray. Still not something to do without ventilation but
requires much less air volume to move the contaminants away.


> From: Dan Burkholder <fdanb@aol.com>
> Reply-To: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
> Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 11:43:45 -0600 (CST)
> To: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
> Subject: Re: Breathing Color Glamor II Giclee Varnish
> Hey Don,
> My experience is that you'll have trouble with even coatings using the
> roller method if your print size goes over something around 11x14. The
> hardware isn't that expensive to spray (about $170 locally for
> compressor and gun) but you do create a lot of dust from the over spray.
> We're trying to figure out what we'll do as the temperature drops since
> we've been spraying outside. When it goes below 50 F. it's time for a
> spray booth!
> Best of luck,
> Dan
> Don Bryant wrote on 11/28/06, 9:49 AM:
>> Several months ago or perhaps longer Dan Burkholder mentioned this
>> product,
>> Breathing Color Glamor II Giclee Varnish, for coating inkjet prints. Has
>> anyone tried it for alt photo prints?
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