instructional

Nuarc 26-1K photos of the inside by greg brophy

Recently I have had a few people ask me for photos of the inside of my Nuarc. Mine is a little different in that I have removed the vacuum button and placed it else where so that I can use it with other light sources. Here are the photos for others who may have bought a used one or might need to see where things are connected. 

 

 

 back of front panel. The empty hole on the left is where the vacuum guage was. 

back of front panel. The empty hole on the left is where the vacuum guage was. 

IMG_1960.JPG
IMG_1957.JPG
 The back where the power cord comes in

The back where the power cord comes in

IMG_1952.JPG

Where the power cord attaches

IMG_1951.JPG

Right side back panel

IMG_1942.JPG

The whole back panel with the light integrator in the center

 

Contributions by greg brophy

I have spent a over a year learning carbon printing without one good print that I would be willing to hang. I have spent a considerable amount of money learning this process. The same goes for Platinum/Palladium printing. I have stacks of paper and material that will never see the light of day.

Read More

Photopolymer Printing by greg brophy

A short post about Photopolymer printing and some instructions on how to do it. 

Read More