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    David, again we are in the same boat. My new space is almost there. All they have left is a bit of flooring and some paint. Brand new darkroom 2 rooms one for production the second is dark with independant stainless sinks for silver and alt. (460 sq ft) My first studio and home mixed with some really cool structural features. It has only taken about a year to get this far and we are only a couple weeks away. Course another delay and I think I'll lose my mind but what the heck there was'nt much there in the first place!
    Stop trying to get into my mind, There is nothing there!

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    X-pan negative carrier for a customer

    I just finished making a neg carrier for a customers Durst 1200 enlarger. He did not want the springs in it like the original and I have not got my anodizing tank set up yet so it is bare aluminum. That inside chamfer on the side opposite the neg stage was a bear.

    Barry Young
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    I just made one for myself for my Saunders 4550 enlarger. Yes it was a huge pain in the rear. :o

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b
    I guess I will be filing out an Omega 35mm neg carrier. No big deal.
    David:

    I don't have an Xpan, I have a Russian Horizon. There is no carrier for it: 24x56 (or so). I bought a 35mm carrier for $15 on ebay and enlarged the opening for the Horizon's negs. Granted, I have a small home shop (drill press, etc.) and can use a few tools, but it isn't hard and took me, maybe, 30 minutes.

    Drill out the bulk of the waste, cut the square corners with a hack saw (or hack saw blade in a jig saw) and file the edges to clean it up. Easy!

    (the other David B.)
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    Well I did it all with hand tools, twice. It took me longer than 30 minutes but now it is done.

    Also, I have decided to use a masked off 4x5 glass carrier for my new enlarger. Yeah, it's expensive but I'd rather do it this way.

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    Barry, it looks very nice!!

    Richard Wassermna

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    Thank you Richard.

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    Xpan Solution for Beseler 23C

    As I'm planning on getting an Xpan camera soon, I needed an Xpan negative carrier for my Beseler 23C enlarger. But Beseler doesn't make one.
    No problem, I bought a standard 35mm negative carrier off of ebay (8053) for $10 and sent it to SK Grimes. For $65 they machined it out to 24mm x 65mm. They did a super job!

    This is cheap considering that the Beseler 4x5 Xpan carrier is $170 from B&H!

    http://www.skgrimes.com/

    Any enlarger that can do 6x7 and that has a 35mm negative carrier can be modified in this way to handle Xpan negatives.
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    In Europe Dunco is making panorama negative carriers for their (6x7cm) enlargers.
    Standard 24x65mm p/n 6958 or p/n 6959 (with AN glas). The last one also works perfect for Horizon 202 negatives 24X58mm.

    Robert

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    Kaiser do also have an panoramic negative carrier

    Greetings

    Michel

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