Photo-Lithography
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Photo-Lithography

By Georg Fritz
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Table of Contents
  • PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY
  • THE AUTHOR’S PREFACE.
  • INTRODUCTION.
    • 1.—The theory of printing from stone.
    • 2.—Litho stone
    • 3.—The zinc plates
    • 4.—The greasy drawing materials
    • 5.—The behaviour of asphalt on stone or zinc.
    • Etching and Preparing Solutions
    • 7.—Etching the stone.
    • 8.—Deep-etching process.
    • 9.—Differentiation of the printing processes.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • 1. GENERAL NOTES ON PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY.
    • 2. SUBJECTS WHICH CAN BE REPRODUCED BY PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY.
      • (A.) LINE DRAWINGS.
      • (B.) DRAWINGS ON BLUE PRINTS.
      • (C.) DRAWINGS ON PREPARED PAPERS.
      • (D.) REPRODUCTION OF PRINTS.
      • (E.) SIZE OF THE REPRODUCTION.
  • CHAPTER II. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS.
    • 1. THE STUDIO.
    • 2. THE GENERAL QUALITIES OF NEGATIVES FOR PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY.
    • 3. PREPARATION OF THE DIRECT GLASS NEGATIVE.
    • 4. THE PREPARATION OF AUTOTYPE NEGATIVES OF BLACK AND COLOURED DRAWINGS.
    • 5. PREPARATION OF REVERSED NEGATIVES.
      • (A.) EXPOSURE THROUGH A PRISM.
      • (B.) PLACING THE PLATE THE WRONG WAY ROUND IN THE SLIDE.
      • (C.) STRIPPING NEGATIVES.
  • CHAPTER III. PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY BY THE TRANSFER OF A GREASY PRINT ON TO STONE OR ZINC.
    • 1. THE HOME PREPARATION OF BICHROMATED GELATINE PAPERS.
      • (A.) THE GELATINE.
      • (B.) THE CHROMATE SALTS.
      • (C.) THE GELATINIZING.
      • (D.) SENSITIZING.
      • (E.) THE PRINTING.
      • (F.) THE INKING UP AND DEVELOPING.
    • 2. VARIOUS OTHER PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PAPERS.
      • (A.) HUSNIK’S PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PAPER.
      • (B.) PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PAPER BY ADALBERT FRANZ.
      • (C.) ALBERT’S PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PAPER.
    • 3. THE PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC TRANSFER.
      • (A.) TREATMENT OF THE PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT AND THE PLATE.
      • (B.) FAILURES IN THE PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC TRANSFERS.
  • CHAPTER IV. PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY BY DIRECT PRINTING ON TO STONE OR ZINC.
    • 1. THE ASPHALT PROCESS.
      • (A.) THE LIGHT-SENSITIVE ASPHALT.
      • (B.) COATING THE STONES.
      • (C.) PRINTING.
      • (D.) DEVELOPING AND INKING UP.
    • 2. OTHER PROCESSES.
      • (A.) COATING THE PLATES.
      • (B.) THE PRINTING.
      • (C.) THE DEVELOPMENT.
      • (D.) FURTHER MANIPULATIONS.
  • CHAPTER V. THE HALF-TONE PROCESS FOR PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY.
    • 1. BREAKING UP THE HALF-TONE ON THE NEGATIVE (AUTOTYPY).
    • 2. PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHIC PROCESSES IN WHICH THE GRAIN IS NOT FORMED DURING THE EXPOSURE.
      • (A.) THE PATENT ASPHALT PROCESS OF ORELL, FÜSSLI, AND CO. USED FOR THE PREPARATION OF COLOUR PRINTS.
      • (B.) THE COLOUR PRINTING PROCESS OF WEZEL AND NAUMANN OF REUDNITZ, LEIPZIG.
      • (C.) J. BARTÖS’ PROCESS FOR PREPARING PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHS AND PHOTOTYPES IN GRAIN AND HALF-TONE.
      • (D.) LITHO-HELIOGRAVURE.
  • APPENDIX.
    • 1. NEGATIVE TRANSFER WITH BICHROMATED GELATINE PAPER.
    • 2. PHOTO-AUTOGRAPHY. DRAWING WITH AUTOGRAPHIC INK OR LITHOGRAPHIC CHALK ON A CYANOTYPE, SALTED OR OTHER PRINT FROM A PHOTOGRAPHIC NEGATIVE OR POSITIVE.
    • 3. LITHOGRAVURE.
    • SCRAPER BOARDS, MANUFACTURED BY AUGERER & GÖSCHL, VIENNA.
  • INDEX.
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