Daylight AQ Negative Film used for making photopolymer rubber stamps

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by stampmaker, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. stampmaker

    stampmaker Guest


    Ah yes, it is always too good to be true, and there is always more to

    You may be right about lye as the developer, it does feel soapy/slick.

    As you state the rubber stamp business is small, and the few suppliers
    keep going broke or consolidating.

    We just suffered a 30% price increase in our resin, so we need to find
    any way to lower our costs.

    I guess if we must we can set up a darkroom, I suspect the time to
    develop a negative either way will be similar, and it looks like the
    darkroom route will be cheaper than our current process.

    stampmaker, Oct 4, 2007
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