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Re: spots and dots and UVBL solarplates


I first heard of Kreene some years back when a friend, who's a letterpress printer, told me he uses it because it holds finer type and delicate serifs better than glass. So diffusion isn't a problem or factor with Kreene.


On Apr 6, 2007, at 2:00 PM, Jon Lybrook wrote:

SusanV wrote:
Right? In fact, Jon, you say that point light source is important,
but doesn't using the kreene plastic negate that? It's quite milky in
it's translucence, so acts as a diffuser.
Good points Susan. I'm not sure the Kreene diffuses the UV light the way it does visible light, however. It's designed to be used in this process, and my sense is it doesn't change the quality of the light, the way the different kinds of bulbs do. My guess is it passes right through the stuff. Anyone else know anything about how mylar or Kreene might affect transmission of UV?