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by Tom Hoskinson Published on 11-14-2006 10:16 PM
GAF/Ansco/Agfa 110 Direct Brown-Black Paper Developer
Water (125 deg F)---------------------750 ml
Hydroquinone--------------------------22.5grams.....
by Tom Hoskinson Published on 11-14-2006 10:14 PM
Gevaert G-262 Warm Tone Developer
Water (125 F)-----------------------750 ml
Sodium Sulfite (anhy)---------------70.0 grams...
by Tom Hoskinson Published on 11-14-2006 10:13 PM
Gevaert G-261 Warm Tone Glycin Developer
Water (125 F)-----------------------750 ml
Sodium Sulfite (anhy)---------------40.0 grams...
by psvensson Published on 11-14-2006 10:09 PM
I've been wanting to do lith printing for a while, but I've been discouraged by the use of formaldehyde in the developers, since my darkroom is...
by Keith Tapscott. Published on 11-14-2006 09:03 PM
Kodak D-163 B&W Print developer.
Water at about 50C. 750ml
Metol developing agent 2.2 grams
Sodium Sulphite (anhydrous) 75 grams
Hydroquinone ...
by Tom Hoskinson Published on 11-14-2006 09:02 PM
SOURCE: AGFA FORMULAS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC USE
Published 1939 by Agfa Ansco Corporation, Binghampton, N.Y.

Agfa/Ansco/GAF 81 Long Life Reprolith...
by Rlibersky Published on 11-14-2006 08:59 PM
Elon (or Metol) .5g
Hydroquinone 2g
Sodium Sulphite (cryst.) 15g
Sodium Carbonate (cryst.) 27g
Water 300cc
Potassium bromide, 10% Solution 20...
by psvensson Published on 11-14-2006 08:57 PM
This is an improvement on Dr. Jekyll No.1. It replaces the bromide restrainer with sodium chloride. It's the only lith developer I know that does so.....
by Rlibersky Published on 11-14-2006 08:53 PM
Distilled water (50°C) ................. 750 ml
Metol .................................. 5.0 g
Sodium sulfite (anhy) .................. 80.0 g...
by mikebarger Published on 11-13-2006 07:54 PM
Mix the chemicals in order, all should dissolve between 120 and 150 degrees.

You should try 1:6:200 at 70 degrees for printing on VC paper with...
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