DURST MULTIGRAPH MANUAL
I now have a copy of the official Durst manual for Multigraph enlargers. It gives information on how to use the enlarger correctly, what filtrations settings to use for a variety of papers ( Ilford, Kodak, Tetanol, Seagull, Kentmere etc), plus information on common error messages. This manual is for the Durst 1200 Multigraph, although the principles will be the same regardless of format.
From previous postings it is clear that this Multigraph manual is hard to find. Therefore, if anyone would like a copy, simply send me an email and I'll send a copy in return.
The deal is that you too then provide fellow photographers with copies which are also free of charge. Let's share the information as widely as possible.
Can you send a copy of the Multigraph manual to firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to see how hard it is to use. My impressions are that it is more complex than a manually controlled enlarger. Is that right?
Originally Posted by Irish Alan
Manual sent as requested. Best wishes, alan.
Please send me manual email@example.com
Please send a copy to mark_sauerwald at yahoo.com
I have copies of the Ilford MG600 manuals which I suspect are the same, and will happily send you those if you are interested - same offer to others....
Dear Adam and Mark, Durst manual emailed as requested. If it doesn't arrive check spam filter. If it isn't there, then please contact me and I'll send it again. Best wishes, Alan.
I would very much appreciate receiving a copy of the Multigraph manual at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance,
Hi Alan, I would greatly appreciate a copy of the manual. Thank you. email@example.com
I was using my multigraph this evening when the initial lag time (once the exposure button had been pressed) stopped and the lamp stayed on constantly. Has anyone experienced this? All the fuses are fine but the lamp will not turn off at all.
Dear Philippe and The Photography Room, I've sent the manual as requested.
If anyone else needs a copy, then send me an email via APUG. Weeks can pass before I look at my old postings, so I may miss requests listed here. Best wishes, Alan.