Re: Anti-Reflective Glass
Posted: 17 May 2011, 15:39
My only other one was normal picture frame glass.
A set of discussions about DIY Book Scanners
Would that work out? I need to get the kind of glass for my simple book scanner I made.TomHorsley wrote:I got some museum glass at a local picture frame shop that had some leftover from a framing job.
I need to know what type of glass should I get for my single page book scanner.ibr4him wrote:Hi,
I just found that "Museum Glass" and "Museum Acrylic" is perfect for our book scanning purpose.
I think its going to be prohibitively expensive and not all stock it, but let see. Its almost impossible for me to scan (err, photograph books during the day!
- â€”Â Reduces reflection by over 85% (to less than 1% of total light), the lowest possible reflection rating available with UV protection.
â€”Â Achieves over 97% light transmission to enhance colors, brightness and contrast levels.
â€”Â Blocks up to 99% of UV light rays.
â€”Â Does not degrade or delaminate over time. A proprietary inorganic, silica-based UV blocking coating, which is "baked" into the glass producing a permanently bonded coating.
â€”Â 2.5mm glass substrate