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Tile and river rock commonly require a surface to moderate depth etch. When sandcarving river rock or tile, you have the option of a 5 mil self-stick photoresist film (additional adhesive can be applied to self-stick) for a surface etch, and the ability to etch deeper with 6 mil. The artwork image can determine the mil thickness; if it is detailed then a 5 mil is preferred.

-Liz Haas, Rayzist

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Liz Haas

Liz Haas has been a teacher, trainer and show coordinator for Rayzist Photomask for the past 15 years. For the past 10 years, she has actively taught workshops on the photoresist and the sandcarving process.

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