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Re: Anti Newton Ring Glass Supplier

Thanks, Eric!

On 6/25/07, eric nelson <emanphoto@gmail.com> wrote:
I just got a call from Mike there minutes ago and all is OK.  He said he was in a car accident recently and that has slowed him down a bit.  I put in my order over the phone as well.

I mentioned to him about the contact form on his site not working and he says he's not having any trouble with it and gets 6-10 contacts a week via that.  Could just be the browser I was using or maybe Judy had something to do with it not working... (big wink)


On 6/25/07, Jeremy Moore < jeremydmoore@gmail.com> wrote:

Please let us know how this turns out as I just sent a purchase order through our university channels to buy some anti-newton glass from Focal Point.

-Jeremy Moore-

On 6/25/07, eric nelson <emanphoto@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for the suggestions guys.  This is to go into a 5108 Devere and the tolerances are pretty slim plus the long edges have to be tapered "just so" to fit into the clip-like contraption they use.  It would be nice if the Focal Point folks responded since they offer the glass cut to those specs.
Just noticed an email addy at the bottom of their site so maybe that will generate some life signs.


On 6/24/07, John Simmons < productions@johnesimmons.com> wrote:
I've found the glass sold in frame shops as "anti-glare picture frame
glass" has worked just fine in the few applications where I've needed
anti-newton glass. I recently purchased two sheets 8x10 for less than
$10.00 for the pair.  I gut them at a common frame shop just down the
street from my work. They are rather thin, which works perfectly to hold
negatives in my scanner, but may be too thin for some other applications.
Richard Knoppow wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "eric nelson" < emanphoto@gmail.com>
> To: < alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca>
> Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 12:29 PM
> Subject: Re: Anti Newton Ring Glass Supplier
>> Thanks Don.  I'll keep trying to contact him before making an order as
>> a somewhat running website isn't an indication of a sign of life. =)
>> Eric
> Look for anti-glare glass. This is similar to anti-newton glass in
> that its etched on one side. I don't know exactly what is available
> but it worth checking out local glass and framing shops to see there
> if you can find something suitable. I suspect that glass with an
> anti-reflective coating similar to camera lenses would also work but
> have never tried this. Such glass is also sold for picture framing
> because it reduces the reflection from the glass surface. I don't
> think either kind is particularly expensive.
> ---
> Richard Knoppow
> Los Angeles, CA, USA
> dickburk@ix.netcom.com