Re: UV light box construction
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- From: Keith Gerling <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2009 13:05:12 -0600
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By any chance do you have a link or a picture of your light fixtures?
I've always wondered why my print times have been so long with the
unit I made and I have to think it might have something to do with the
fact that my Home Depot fixtures leave too much air between my bulbs.
I'm curious about yours. I'll wait for a better response, because I
am certainly not an expert, but I would suppose that the best approach
would be to cram everything as close as possible.
On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 12:15 PM, Ken Sinclair <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all...
> I am now in possession of a sheet of baltic birch, 12 BL tubes, ballasts and
> the correct number of 'tombstones' and am almost at what one might call
> the 'final, too-late-to-change design' stage.
> I plan on having the lamps on one 'surface' of the birch 'plate' and the
> ballasts on
> the upper. I have planned to have this "rack" sitting on a 1 inch support
> the interior of the box to facilitate easy access when (and if) any of the
> parts need
> Before I commit the sheet of plywood to the table saw, I have to believe
> that some
> users may have found there to be an optimum distance between the lamps,
> with the distance from the lamps to the top of the print frame.
> Practical advice would be very much appreciated.
> Quando omni flunkus moritati (Red Green's Possum Lodge)