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    Drums fingers on table, wondering when will the paper be available in the Netherlands? Maybe our local distributor is sleeping?
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    Hi Charles,

    Our distributor in the Netherlands ( Benelux ) has ordered strongly since it was launched a year ago, if you ask your local reseller to order it in from them they have it in stock.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    I've used several boxes of 11x14 and a good share of 16x20. I have tried it last week with hybrid negs with great results as well, but I do prefer the optical negatives as they really are better quality prints. (that has nothing to do with the paper,btw, but the neg itself, of course)

    I would like to see some larger boxes of 20x24 and maybe even rolls. (at present, I don't know if they are available)

    Truly one of the coolest products on the analog market. I would love love love to see some other papers like this come to market, like Arches Platine. mmmmm

    Great stuff all around.
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    It does come in 48 inch by 60 ft rolls , we cut it in half and used it for 20 x24 prints ... I do not recommend the casual user try's this btw. I really like this paper
    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    I've used several boxes of 11x14 and a good share of 16x20. I have tried it last week with hybrid negs with great results as well, but I do prefer the optical negatives as they really are better quality prints. (that has nothing to do with the paper,btw, but the neg itself, of course)

    I would like to see some larger boxes of 20x24 and maybe even rolls. (at present, I don't know if they are available)

    Truly one of the coolest products on the analog market. I would love love love to see some other papers like this come to market, like Arches Platine. mmmmm

    Great stuff all around.

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    Didn't think of that, Bob, great idea. I can manage cutting that with no problem.

    Thanks!
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    Use the right blade and have a second set of hands in the darkroom and pump up the darkroom lights... Takes us about 3 minutes once the table saw is wheeled into the darkroom...
    Be careful I expect to see 10 fingers when I meet you.

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    Didn't think of that, Bob, great idea. I can manage cutting that with no problem.

    Thanks!

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    Ok I really mean 8 fingers two thumbs.

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    I've never had a parent married to a relation.

    So the problem I have found is I don't seem to see it available here. Who do you order from Bob?
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    TABLE SAW?
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    I get mine from Amplis here in Canada, My status as a lab allows me to order from the distributer. I think you could place this order with freestyle or Rob Skoetch here on APUG or Wynit if they are still the distributer for Harmon... Simon can spell out the locations better than I.
    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    I've never had a parent married to a relation.

    So the problem I have found is I don't seem to see it available here. Who do you order from Bob?

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