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Artograph LightTracer Light Box 10 in. by 12 in
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- The LightTracer comes with a blue sheet over the tracer area please make sure you remove this sheet before using the product
- Has a 10-inch by 12-inch opaque screen
- Made in USA
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all its a great product
I use it to transfer my drawings onto fabric for quilting and embroidery, and it works beautifully.
10" by 12" size does not limit me to that size artwork. It is easy to transfer larger drawing by doing them in pieces. I just shift both the drawing and the fabric, since it is so easy to see through fabric and drawing to re-align them once you move to the next section.
The light box is light and stores away neatly. The cardboard case that it came in is sturdy and has a handle. The box is easy to store it away and take it out when you need it.
it's already aided me a tremendous amount and it's good enough to see through thick water color paper.
i love it.
Later that same evening....
OK, so I cracked open the light box. Boy, what a dumb way to put this thing together. There is a plastic sheet inside that looks like paper, but is actually glossy white plastic. It was COVERING the bulb, which is what was making it dim. I took the sheet out and the box was much brighter. I thought "hmmmm...what if..." and it occurred to me that the white plastic "sheet" is actually a reflector. So I cracked open the light box again and tried to shove the sheet BEHIND the bulb...but something was blocking it. I could not get the sheet to go all the way behind the light bulb. I looked and saw a wire. I figured "mmmkay, whatever" and proceeded to take the bulb out. Half an hour, and 13,041 swear words later I got the bulb out. That wire? It was sticking through the seam of where the electrical housing meets the base of the light box. It's not supposed to be sticking out like that. It was crammed through the seam and squished. I shoved it back into the housing. I put the bulb back in and slid the plastic sheet behind the bulb. I briefly reconsidered whether life was worth living after this whole ordeal, but I soldiered on and plugged the light box back in and flipped the switch. Nothing.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The lightbox is definitely very lightweight and mainly plastic so not as heavy duty as some of the other more expensive brands but for the price the led light is very bright so... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stuart Kingham C/O Shane Berkley
While well built, the light isn't anywhere near bright enough. It seems to be fairly bright at the top 1/3, and then dims considerably further down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patty G. Henderson
Totally digging my lightbox and have created many a 2D character and brought them to life on my lightbox. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Crystal K