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Darkroom is dark again (or, wait, light again!)

Facilities — KVH @ 1:41 pm, Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

I know you all thought I was ignoring the problem (I wasn’t), or pretending it was someone else’s issue (it was!), but today the gold safety sleeves came in for the darkroom bulbs.

What does this mean? It means you can now coat your screens and actually see what you’re doing.  

These are UV-free bulbs, so they won’t affect your unexposed silkscreens. They seem incredibly bright, and they are, but I promise you your screen is safe… (until maybe a week of constant exposure, but that’s your own stupid fault).  So feel free to leave them on while you’re waiting for emulsion to dry.  (Please also feel free though to turn them off and save electricity!).

Enjoy your new darkroom, and remember to put that emulsion back in the locker!



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