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Complete Mask Making Kit

$594.95 USD
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Item# 41122
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Product Features

  • Create your own custom high-quality sandcarving masks
  • Works with any vector-based design software
  • Has everything you need to get started!

Product Description

Take your glass to the next level with our Basic Mask Making Kit. Create your own high-quality sandcarving masks. Use any vector-based program like Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW or Inkscape to print your art. 3mm sheets are perfect for fine detailed artwork.

Kit Includes:

  • Letralite Unit
  • 5 Photoresist Film Sheets - 3mm
  • 5 Photoresist Film Sheets - 4mm
  • 5 Photoresist Film Sheets - 5mm
  • 25 InkJet Film Sheets
  • 15 Cover Paper Sheets
  • Washout Hose
  • Washout Board
  • Wire Wheel Brush
  • Blasting Tape
  • Plastic Burnisher
  • Instruction Booklet
The Photoresist Film Sheets measuring 8.5" x 14" are wrapped in the Lectralite UV Exposure Unit. The 110/220 dual voltage unit provides uniform exposure over an 11" x 14" area using a 15 watt black fluorescent light bulb. The now fully exposed sheet is placed on the 9" x 16" Washout Board with magnetic strips and gently sprayed using the Washout Hose. The hose assembly easily connects to any standard faucet in seconds and a swivel fitting ensures the 4 foot hose won't bind while spraying a 4 inch wide fan of water through the brass nozzle at 45-55 psi.

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Pros : You can make designs professional, consistent, and precise.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I bought it because I was contracted to do a donor wall. Since then, I have found myriad ways to use it in my work. It's one of my favorite toys.
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