Sorry, that is important and I left it out. You are cutting the dull side
of the screen.
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From: "Winsor Crosby" <wincros@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 9:56 PM
Subject: Re: [OM] Modifying Olympus Screen
| >I used to do this when I was killing time at my desk between repairs at
| >Draw a box the same size as your focus screen. Draw your grid on the
| >Carefully lay your screen over the drawing. Tape atleast two corners of
| >screen to keep it from moving. For obvious reasons, allow only the
| >amount of tape to touch the screen.
| >Carefully lay a straight edge over the screen in-line with the lines you
| >drew on the paper, which you can now see through the screen.
| >Carefully drag the tip of a NEW single edge razor blade over the screen,
| >tracing your first line. Repeat 3 more times.
| >I showed these to Pasquale Ferazzoli (who ran the Tech. Representative
| >department at the time) and he was quite impressed.
| >You can end up with very fine lines as are found on the 1-10 screen, much
| >finer than the Beattie lines.
| John Hermanson
| Which side of the screen do you cut?
| Winsor Crosby
| Long Beach, California, USA
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