Artograph DESIGNER Opaque Art Projector - Click to enlarge
Artograph DESIGNER Opaque Art Projector - Click to enlarge

Artograph DESIGNER Opaque Art Projector

Item Code: A225-354

Mfg List: $198.99
Sale Price: $149.24
You Save: $49.75 (25%)

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The Designer is a table top unit which projects horizontally up to 30 times and reduces down to 70% the size of the original with one reversible lens. An optional tabletop stand is available for vertical projection (#225-353). The practical and economical choice for artists and crafters of all types. Click on image for more details.
Product Description:
The Artograph Designer Projector is compact and easy-to-use. Just slip an image or design between the stainless steel clips in the 6”x6” copy area, and the result is a crisp image projected for precision work. Don’t let the tedious scaling process dominate your valuable time. The projector is versatile and can be used for fine arts, illustration, or airbrushing. With one reversible lens, it projects up to 30x and reduces to 70% of the original image.

The 250w ECA Photolamp bulb is included with the purchase of the Artograph Designer Opaque Projector. Replacement bulbs can be purchased directly from the manufacturer or found at some theatrical or camera supply stores.


Specs:

  • Optional Artograph Mobile Projector Floor Stand (Item #A-225-359)
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Fan cooled and safety overload circuit
  • Lens: 200mm precision-ground optical glass
  • Net Weight: 6 lbs.
  • 5-year warranty
  • Made in the U.S.A.

  • Customer Reviews

    All of our projectors are opaque projectors, which means they project from a solid image, like a photograph, and need a completely dark room for best results. These projectors use the light to bounce off the image and redirect it through the lens, which can then reduce or enlarge the image projection. (A transparency would not work as the light would not be able to bounce off the image back, plus these projectors get very warm and would damage a transparency.)