[Tig] super sticky PTR for Telecine

Aidan Farrell aidan.farrell at farmgroup.tv
Tue Apr 30 23:41:27 BST 2013


Hi all,
I used sticky rollers for years on Mk3s,Ursas and on The Spirit without any trouble. However you must clean every roller with tape to remove grit etc after every job. Very glamorous work I recall!
Regards 
Aidan

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On 30 Apr 2013, at 23:36, "Graham Collett" <grahamcollett at visible-sprockets.co.uk> wrote:

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> Hi Carl,
>               Long before ptr's there was a roller called, "a sticky
> roller" that was exactly that ...and when full you peeled the next layer off
> ... I want to say Dupont, but cant remember, even too long ago for me ...
> more often than not they cleaned the film beautifully but snapped the film
> on the servo mkiii servo's being upset by the stickiness ... and they ended
> up more dirty than ever because of all the joins. They were about 3"
> diameter and sat between the spooling motors, below the loop rollers
> ....ahahaha, nobody knows what a mkiii is :)
> 
> Graham Collett
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carl Skaff [mailto:carl at stopp.se] 
> Sent: 27 April 2013 00:11
> To: tig at colorist.org
> Subject: [Tig] super sticky PTR for Telecine
> 
> Hi all
> 
> I've heard about people using a non-rubber-PTR for Telecines...
> I think it is sort of sticky-tape to remove dirt from the filmroll...
> 
> anyone has experience with that?
> 
> /Carl
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