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    YES!

    It was the worktop!

    I used my enlarger baseboard and got much much more even development;

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    that's a huge improvement...
    just imagine what a real rolling pin would do to

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    Rolling pins are cheap. Keep it up! This is intriguing.

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    that's a good one, except for the missing bit, the colours are really even.
    how are you exposing them, just sticking them in a sheet holder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by himself View Post
    that's a good one, except for the missing bit, the colours are really even.
    how are you exposing them, just sticking them in a sheet holder?
    yup
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    Cmon guys! Don't me me be the only one doing this! Buy some and try it!
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    you know, I went to the weekly photo market they have here last sunday to check out the prices and have a go, but alas it wasn't there...
    I endeavour to try again this weekend, I'm really interested in the potential of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by EASmithV View Post
    Cmon guys! Don't me me be the only one doing this! Buy some and try it!
    I have been trying this with some leftover PX-70, unfortunately without success.
    rec·i·proc·i·ty

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    Do you have a pasta maker - pasta rolling head?
    Maybe those rollers would work, if you could dial it down tight enough.
    And, if not tight enough, adding layers of paper, in a stack, may close the gap.
    They're basically just like washing machine wringers...only in miniature.
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