1 roll of mounting tape.
1 pad for tracing paper.
24 gummed labels.
1 box of absorbent cotton.
1 camel's-hair brush.
4 sheets of acetate with grids.
1 ruling pen.
1 drawing board.
1 each bottle of ink : black, blue, green, yellow, orange, red,
(15) 1 bottle of ink Solvent.
(16) 1 speedball penpoint.
(17) 1 pen holder for speedball penpoint.
(18) 10 each sheets of colored acetate: red, green, and blue.
(19) 1 triangle (30/60).
(20) 1 triangle (45).
(23) 1 T-square,
(24) 1 quill.
b. Supplementary Materials. Additional materials that may be
used in the preparation of transparencies by direct and photochemical
means are as follows :
(1) Red tracing carbon, used to transfer hand-drawn or typed
impressions to cellophane or clear acetate.
(2) Cotton tips.
(3) Plastic spray, used to coat inked transparencies with a pro-
(4) Transparent sheets, which are adhesive-backed. These
sheets come in a variety of symbols, patterns, and colors.
(5) Stylus, used to write on carbon-coated film, tracing carbon,
and transparent adhesive sheets.
(6) Taped tabs, which are adhesive-coated. These are used to
indicate the sequence of a series of overlays.
(7) Pumice or talc, rubbed on clear acetate to make the acetate
a better surface for writing in ink.
(8) Ammonium hydroxide, used in dry ammonia development.
(9) Diazo-coated cellulose acetate film.
(10) Reflex paper, an autopositive, translucent paper used to
develop positives under room-light conditions.
(11) Autopositive film.
(12) Ultraviolet-light filter, a yellow or orange sheeting used to
filter ultraviolet light in reflex printing.