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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Grenier
    .....I'd stay away from a Zone VI washer and they were proven to be very inept at archival washing due to their poor design......
    Tell me more..... I have an 11 x 14 and I have not had any problems.... but that doesn't mean there are no problems! Just interested.
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    Take a look at the solution this fellow uses for developing his 4x5 film. Now, I understand that your concern is with 8x10, but this solution can be scaled up to work. The beauty of this device is that each sheet is held in place so it can't slosh around and scratch the other films, yet liquid is allowed to flowall around each sheet. It's simple. It's cheap. And you can still use your tray siphon

    http://philbard.com/panel.html

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    Yep, just as I said (about washing in a slosher tray) in an earlier post in this thread.

    Having said that, I think DANCQU's solution of using hydrophobic film separators in a tray is elegant!
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