Images cut out for silk screen application.
As you can clearly see, the ruby colored film turned the acetate(?) ruby thus leaving it unuseable or so I thought.
The Rubylith was old. I bought it n sale at Jerry's but was freaked out to see the film had tinted the normally clear film red. I had NO idea what to do with the tinted acetate and was about to chuck it all when a friend suggested I clean it with rubbing alcohol. So, I cut out the shapes I wanted and then hit the pink tined acetate(?) film with alcohol,. I dipped Qtips in alcohol and rubbed gently - that process cleaned it beautifully.
It took a while and some patience but it worked. The next day I was able to take the Ruby to AS220 and burn silk screen images no prob.
A sample of what I was able to print.