DIY UV Printer Video Course for Alternative Photographers
DIY UV PRINTER VIDEO WORKSHOP FOR ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS
I am really excited to offer the DIY UV Printer Video Workshop for alternative photographers. I take you through the entire design and build process to save an incredible amount of money over buying a premade commercial printer. I also believe you will end up with a superior printer that is based on your specific requirements and you will understand how to make adjustments for your style of photography.
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In the DIY UV Printer Video Workshop, you get immediate access to start designing and building your UV printer today. The video course can be watched online via your web browser or you can download all 33 of the HD videos for access anywhere at any time.
WHAT ARE PHOTOGRAPHERS SAYING?
“I purchased the DIY UV printer for Alternative Photographers from Tim Layton's website and watched immediately almost the entire thing without stopping. The material was presented in a very easy to follow, step by step format that worked well for me. All the chapters were labeled nicely so when I choose to go and do the actual build it will be easy for me to find any section and jump back and forth to the desired portion. The materials need to build the printer are easily found and Tim even gives tips on how to turn household items into helpful options. I would totally recommend purchasing this course and can’t wait for the next one to come out.” -Anicia B.
Movie 0 - Welcome & Introduction
Movie 1 - Why Build Your Own UV Printer
Movie 2 - Example Prints
Movie 3 - Materials List
Movie 4 - What to Expect
Movie 5 - How to Read UV Lamp Info
Movie 6 - Ballast Selection
Movie 7 - Design Considerations
Movie 8 - Distance of Lighting
Movie 9 - Spacing of Lights
Movie 10 - Placement of Ballasts
Movie 11 - Types of UV Lights
Movie 12 - Contrast Control
Movie 13 - UV Light Spectrum
Movie 14 - BL vs. BLB
Movie 15 - General Tips
Movie 16 - Starting the Building Process
Movie 17 - Cutting Top and Bottom Pieces
Movie 18 - Cutting the Side Pieces
Movie 19 - Building the Printer Box
Movie 20 - Caulking and Painting
Movie 21 - Painting Tips
Movie 22 - Top Board Layout
Movie 23 - Layout Lamp Supports
Movie 24 - Constructing the Lamp Supports
Movie 25 - Drilling Pilot Holes
Movie 26 - Math For Spacing Lamp Holders
Movie 27 - Change of Plans
Movie 28 - Electrical Wiring
Movie 29 - Holder and Spacing Electrical Wiring
Movie 30 - Mounting Top of Printer
Movie 31 - Finish Hinges and Timer
Movie 32 - Congrats and Thank You
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I purchased your video on the uv light box construction and wondered if you could suggest
some places to purchase the uv bulbs and ballasts. I live in Florida.
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