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    I think KRST is Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner. It took me a bit to decipher as well.
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    Thanks Neal,
    I haven't gotten use to speaking in the alphabet yet. I know it's a common language since the computer age. I should have relized. Thanks for the enlightenment. John

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    Superb, can't wait to see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsonneal View Post
    I think KRST is Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner. It took me a bit to decipher as well.
    Neal
    You nailed it.

    SAT-IALTFPT (Sorry About That - I'm A Lazy Two Fingered Pecker Typist)

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    Nice one Simon! Long live Ilford!!
    I concur!

    Anything that will help keep Ilford prosperous, whether from us or from Ilford.

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    Ilford papers are excellent. Some of the best prints I have seen were made from 6x7 negs enlarged on multigrade fiber. Providing fiber paper which drys flat will be a money maker for Ilford. I hope Ilford continues it's commitment to hear the voice of the customer and practice continuous product improvement.
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    This is great news....must have been one of those moments in a Gary Larson sketch. Man in white lab coat......

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    Well that sounds brilliant! I'd expect nothing less from Ilford!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Dear All,

    I notice in a couple of threads people discussing the floopyness and more significantly the curl characteristics of Fibre ( baryta ) papers.

    Just to let APUG members know, we have developed a new manufacturing technique that keeps FB papers entirely flat during manufacture and finishing, it also seems to encourage the paper to REMAIN very, very flat after the processing and drying process.

    We believe this will significantly ease handling, movement during exposure, borderless printing, processing and more importantly the drying and mounting process, we are currently testing initial coatings using the new technique, we are pretty sure using the new technique does not change any of the sensitometric or other characteristics of the coated papers, but I am sure
    you will understand we need to complete this work before moving to the new manufacturing process for our Fibre Base paper ranges.

    Before you ask, my guess is we will change to the new process in early in 2007.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
    (I put that last bit in bold type)

    So...anybody have an idea when this paper might hit the marketplace?

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    I'd like to know too. The curl is the only thing that keeps me from using fiber.

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