Re: LUCK OR GREAT INTEGRATOR?
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That's very interesting because the technician at NUARC told me the
integrator read white light, not UV, and to expect a difference
between old and new bulbs.
Maybe you were wearing your lucky shorts. As Mark would put it.
On Jul 9, 2007, at 1:41 PM, BOB KISS wrote:
Well, right after making my test strip (cut from an 11X14 sheet of
coated paper) for a pt/pd print, the bulb in my NuArc 26-1KS quit. I
replaced it with a brand new bulb and, because I assumed that the
distribution and amount of actinic energy would be quite different
in a new
vs. old bulb, I made another strip using another piece of the same
paper. Of course they were processed as nearly alike as my process
Upon visual comparison, the two strips appear to be identical! I
guess that the NuArc integrator does an excellent job!
Please check my website: http://www.bobkiss.com/
"Live as if you are going to die tomorrow. Learn as if you are
live forever". Mahatma Gandhi