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    Mechanical processing on the cheap

    This is very basic, but very cool as well. I'm tempted

    B's processor ? Bounet-Photography

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    Re: Mechanical processing on the cheap

    I saw the video. Since the tank is at a slant, wouldn't chemicals accumulate at the bottom? How would even development be assured?

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    Re: Mechanical processing on the cheap

    I don't think that the slant would be a problem with an inversion film tank, given that it should be almost completely filled with chemistry.

    There may be issues with print-style drums, which some people also use for large format film. You will want to be sure to use enough chemistry to cover the whole film/print. I guess you could mount this processor on a wedge to make the drum more horizontal.

    This product looks like a good alternative for those who use old Unicolor Unirollers.

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