[alt-photo] Re: gumprints

Drs. G. Hoekstra ghoekstra at solcon.nl
Sat Oct 8 15:01:11 GMT 2011

Dear Jalo,

Thanks for your response.
I am mounting on a thick plate of aluminium. I know you mount them on
offsetplates (?) which are very thin. 
This is a possibility, but I have read the article of Keith Taylor who seems
to have a different method. 


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Hi Geert,

What material are you mounting on? Why do you want to remove the print?

- Jalo

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Alternative Photographic Processes
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
vedos at samk.fi
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Subject: [alt-photo] gumprints

Dear all,

I am a beginning gum printer and I am trying to use Fusion 4000 to mount my
prints. But I have difficulty removing it afterwards without damaging the

Is there a best way to do this? And I wonder if there is a health issue if
you reheat the print after the process has been completed. This, because of
the fumes.


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