Photographic Plate Maker Salary in Framingham, Massachusetts

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Average Salary for Photographic Plate Maker in Framingham, Massachusetts

The average salary of a(n) Photographic Plate Maker in Framingham, Massachusetts is $47,022.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Photographic Plate Maker in Framingham, Massachusetts is $22.61.

The average bonus of a(n) Photographic Plate Maker in Framingham, Massachusetts is $738.00.

Job Description:

Examines and prepares photographic plates used to print pattern of aperture masks on sensitized steel. Inspects unexposed plate to detect foreign particles or emulsion flaws. Transfers image from master plate to unexposed plate by means of contact exposure and immerses plate in series of chemical and water baths to develop image on plate. Examines plate over light box in darkroom to detect flaws and verify conformity of pattern with master plate. Measures dot size and center distance, using calibrated microscope, and examines master and production plates for dot damage. Repairs defective plates by filling in missing dots, using photographic touch-up tool and ink. Installs and aligns plates in printing case for display-screen fabricator. Prepares developing solutions, following formula. Less

Examines and prepares photographic plates used to print pattern of aperture masks on sensitized steel. Inspects unexposed plate to detect foreign particles or emulsion flaws. Transfers image from master plate to unexposed plate by means of contact exposure and immerses... More

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