Electrolytic Photoetching

In the Eastman Kodak literature of the 1960s many references are made to electrolytic photoetching as an alternative process to the more conventional methods of PCM, such as immersion and spray-etching. The electrolytic method requires the imaged workpiece to be connected as an anode in a cell comprising an electrical power unit, aqueous electrolyte and inert cathode.


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