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Old 04-12-2017, 08:53 AM   #14
Rachelrose
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No, you absolutely can't melt down a Gelli Plate (the kind you buy). It's a permanent plate. That's what people like about it. It basically lasts forever.

The downside to it is that it will never be quite as "sensitive" as an actual gelatin plate. You can get it to register some very fine detail, but not (according to several blogs I've read) as much as with gelatin.
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