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Electrolytic etching of brass for Moleskin notebooks

Jake writes in with his latest project –

“I used a 19th Century technique called electrolytic etching to create brass cover plates for a set of Moleskin notebooks that I plan to give as gifts these season.”Link.

8 thoughts on “Electrolytic etching of brass for Moleskin notebooks

  1. I think plain old table salt instead of copper sulphate will work for etching. I am not sure. I seem to recall that from something I was playing with a long time ago. Someone should try it out.

  2. Can anyone help out and explain where to get such a battery or give advice on a good (Safe) tutorial on how to use a power supply or something similar for this project.


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