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    Hi John,

    Thanks for asking... I'm working on a custom build right now in the whole plate size. So far so good. 5x7 should be no problem either and I may try a 4x5 if needed.

    Thanks Matt! You should have it Saturday...

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    Right you are, Bill...consider a pick-up done, then! Looking forward to it all.

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    Hey Bill,

    How about a 12x20?
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    Dang nice work there, BTW.
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    Thanks!! If you're serious Robert, we have ways....

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    Bill- I'd definitely be up for a whole-plate sized one. Give me an idea on price.

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    That is very impressive!!

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    Thanks again guys! And thank you for the interest, Scott! Let me get back with you on this. I am currently working on the whole plate version and will let you know when I have the design ready.

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    Bill,

    This looks very nice. Please keep us informed on how this enterprise evolves as I am interested in doing Wet Plate with an old 8x10 that I have (needs to be restored) and have held off on getting sacrificial 8x10 holders. Would this design allow for the use of the 8x10 holder and other format sizes like whole plate, 5x7, square (8x8) etc...? That would be ideal :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_7x View Post
    Bill,

    This looks very nice. Please keep us informed on how this enterprise evolves as I am interested in doing Wet Plate with an old 8x10 that I have (needs to be restored) and have held off on getting sacrificial 8x10 holders. Would this design allow for the use of the 8x10 holder and other format sizes like whole plate, 5x7, square (8x8) etc...? That would be ideal :-)

    Steve
    That is the ideal holder. The one I am making for myself uses inserts that I had cut that allow for whole and half plate and 4x5 plates that I can enlarge.
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