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Dan, Rosco gels have their specs for the products posted on the web. Rosco.com. Just look them up and buy what you need.
??????? Incidentally Bulbtronics is one of the co's supplying them.? Zig???


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From: Dan Bernoulli
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu; debeekergels@indiana.edu
Sent: Sun, 24 Feb 2008 11:32 am
Subject: Re: [tap-l] color filters


Standard theatre gels work quite nicely. Ask your theater department where they get their gels. They may even order some for you which may reduce the cost a little.The colors are not always those one would expect as the gels are not "perfect cutoff filters and the eye is sensitive to different shades. I have the Lee numbers at work and will try to remember to post them on Monday. The gel is available in rolls and 20 X 24 sheets. We use the sheets as they are easier to handle and the price break, at least for is, is not large. A nominal 20" X 24" sheet will generally be less than $6.00 plus s&H. We cut ours up in 3" X 4" sheets and pass a set of six gels (3 primary and 3 secondary) out to each of our elementary ed students. They are pretty popular.

Dan Beeker
Physics Department
Indiana University
debeeker @indiana.edu




Subject: [tap-l] color filters
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 09:04:56 -0600
From: ENG869@CLCILLINOIS.EDU
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu


Hello Tap-L-ers,

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I am shopping for gel filters, 12 or 14?sets for student use.? We plan to use them in conjunction with hand held spectrometers and gas discharge tubes.

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Any size within reason is fine - slide projector on up.? I would like both CMY and RGB in monochrome cells, to make a set of 6 cells.? I am handy with an X-acto knife if needed.? Physical durability and dye stability are desirable.?

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Do you have recommendations of vendor or product?? I googled it and got very many results, but?I am not an expert with these?items and cannot readily evaluate the materials that I found.? So, I am looking for anecdotes and personal experiences that worked out well.

?

Thanks ahead of time,


?

Jim Papp

EMPS Lab Specialist

College of Lake County

847-543-2500

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Dan, Rosco gels have their specs for the products posted on the web. Rosco.com. Just look them up and buy what you need.
Incidentally Bulbtronics is one of the co's supplying them. Zig


-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Bernoulli
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu; debeekergels@indiana.edu
Sent: Sun, 24 Feb 2008 11:32 am
Subject: Re: [tap-l] color filters





Standard theatre gels work quite nicely. Ask your theater department where they get their gels. They may even order some for you which may reduce the cost a little.The colors are not always those one would expect as the gels are not "perfect cutoff filters and the eye is sensitive to different shades. I have the Lee numbers at work and will try to remember to post them on Monday. The gel is available in rolls and 20 X 24 sheets. We use the sheets as they are easier to handle and the price break, at least for is, is not large. A nominal 20" X 24" sheet will generally be less than $6.00 plus s&H. We cut ours up in 3" X 4" sheets and pass a set of six gels (3 primary and 3 secondary) out to each of our elementary ed students. They are pretty popular.

Dan Beeker
Physics Department
Indiana University
debeeker @indiana.edu






Subject: [tap-l] color filters
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 09:04:56 -0600
From: ENG869@CLCILLINOIS.EDU
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu







Hello Tap-L-ers,





I am shopping for gel filters, 12 or 14 sets for student use. We plan to use them in conjunction with hand held spectrometers and gas discharge tubes.





Any size within reason is fine - slide projector on up. I would like both CMY and RGB in monochrome cells, to make a set of 6 cells. I am handy with an X-acto knife if needed. Physical durability and dye stability are desirable.





Do you have recommendations of vendor or product? I googled it and got very many results, but I am not an expert with these items and cannot readily evaluate the materials that I found. So, I am looking for anecdotes and personal experiences that worked out well.





Thanks ahead of time,







Jim Papp


EMPS Lab Specialist


College of Lake County


847-543-2500










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