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    Fortezo (fixed grade) and Polywarmtone use the same technology and can both be made from the raw emulsion made in the replicator.
    So if there is demand for more than 10.000 sqm per year/grade we can also add the fixed grade version. But all of them together (PW and graded versions) have to justify the moove.
    It´s economics now. Nothing else. We currently consider a raise of sales leads similar to what Michael and Paula have done for their Lodima paper.

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    Mirko

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    PWT was my standard paper for several years for both regular prints and for lith. I used the last of my supply two weeks ago and am now looking for a replacement. I would love to see it back again.

    Dan
    Daniel Williams
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    Thanks for asking, but I'll stay with the white paper when it comes out.

    Mike

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    I'd buy it also.

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    I'd buy it! Love that stuff, it's my favorite. Polywarmtone with Kodak polytoner is a super combination, unfortunately the polytoner is gone as well. Argh.

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    I'd be very happy with PWT. I'd be even happier with the return of Fortezo Gr. 3 Glossy.
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    I'd buy it in a second....it was a great lith paper.

    Mark

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    I’m definitely interested in Polywarmtone, and actually even more interested in Fortezo, even if only one grade might be economically feasible to produce.

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    It was the only warm toned paper I used. I bought a bunch that I am still using when they went under. Have not tried the Adox paper.

    Don't like Ilford warmtone or Kentmere warmtone.
    Berger is excellent but expensive.
    Jerold Harter MD

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    Forte PW was my paper of choice until it was discontinued. I did not stock up because I don't do things that way. I began searching for a replacement. I have not found one, so I would be very interested in exploring a new version; but today cost becomes an important ingredient.

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