Have you checked the glass on your exposure unit lately. There is a lot more to this seeming simple piece of glass than you might think. It should never have scratches, be the correct thickness, and be made of the correct type of glass. We expect that the manufacturer used the correct glass, but often that is not true. Find out now what you need to know to care for your glass and what type of glass to replace it with should it become broken. You may be surprised that you might be able to cut your exposure times in half.
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Print Length: 13 pages
Publisher: Solutions Publishing
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Author: Bill Hood
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