How To Videos - Electro-Etching

Electro-Etching

How To Etch Your Initials Into a Knife Blade

Photosensitive dry film - dry method

Photosensitive dry film - wet method

Puretch Photopolymer for Photo Etching & PCB Demo #1

Puretch Photopolymer Space Bag Vacuum Exposure for Photo Etching Demo #2

Puretch Photopolymer Solar Exposure with Space Bag for Photo Etching Demo #3

How To Etch Your Initials Into a Knife Blade

Electro-etching a maker's mark into steel with saltwater.

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Photosensitive dry film - dry method

How to make PCB using Photoresist Dry Film.

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Photosensitive dry film - wet method

Appendix 1 of NON-TOXIC intaglio - step by step: Photopolymer Film Wet Lamination.

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Puretch Photopolymer for Photo Etching & PCB Demo #1

This DIY video will show you how to laminate and expose a plate with Puretch photopolymer.

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Puretch Photopolymer Space Bag Vacuum Exposure for Photo Etching Demo #2

This DIY video will show you how to expose a plate with Puretch photopolymer without the need of a professional UV vacuum contact frame exposing unit. A clear mylar Space BagĀ® and 500 watt halogen spot light will be used instead. Exposure is for 5.5 minutes, 18" from bulb.

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Puretch Photopolymer Solar Exposure with Space Bag for Photo Etching Demo #3

This DIY video will show you how to use a Stouffer step guide to determine solar exposure with Puretch photopolymer. A clear mylar Space BagĀ® will be used for the contact frame. They are very affordable and widely available. Exposure is for 8-20 seconds directly facing sun.

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