Re: Preparing Al sheets; other factors
On 25 mrt 2009, at 13:40, Loris Medici wrote:
I asked to my chemicals supplier about waterglass; they have liquid
(something around 20-30%)... Is the addition of NaOH strictly
Loris, i have no idea, i am just a simple gum printer; the recipe
comes via a former list member (Klaus Pollmeier) from an old german
I just used it as written; the beer was pilsener , a 6 percent german
Just another thing: the reason i tried aluminum was the 'silvery
shining', so in order to avoid the sanding -lost of shining- i used
the toothpaste, in a way a 'pumice' or?
The other thing is that for me the real 'silver shine' was obtained
with 'kitchen aluminum' (i mean the stuff used in the kitchen to wrap
Waterglass is already alkaline in solution. What's the purpose of
NaOH? Another question is about beer; with "weak beer", do you mean
alcohol content" or "clear/pale" (or both)?
25 Mart 2009, Çarşamba, 12:45 pm tarihinde, Loris Medici yazmış:
Interesting... What is the color of the coating (first formula)?
If it's white then I can just use this with a sizing layer on top, to
print gum on aluminum sheets or sealed wood panels. Thanks much!
What was the liquid strength of Sodium Silicate you were using
(Asking because probably I won't find this in liquid form, only
25 Mart 2009, Çarşamba, 12:03 pm tarihinde, henk thijs yazmış:
Forgot to mention that the article can also be found on:
On 24 mrt 2009, at 22:52, Loris Medici wrote:
Thanks Henk, will look at PF#9...
24 Mart 2009, SalÄ±, 6:11 pm tarihinde, henk thijs yazmÄ
Hi Loris et al,
Just a question:
did someone tried the 'old' method with the beer recipe?
I did when working with liquid light (SE2) to make bromoil
aluminium, see PF#9.