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    [QUOTE=Rlibersky, it's not the white spots that are bothering me. it's that all mess of lines that are horizontal.
    Aurelien, I will send an email.
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    Guillaume[/QUOTE]

    My Bad, from your origanal post I only saw the white speck comment. Didn't know woof or trame meant anything different then DOH. Figured the lines were from you scanner. Can't help you with those.

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    What is the date on the box? Or the date of production? Cause I think that the last Forte production was not as good as usual. They may have worked as pigs... Cause I had problems too, but with papers...
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    Aurelien -)...
    I have been using a stock of expired film from 2004.
    15 boxes brought from France when I moved here.
    This problem happens on my last box ! -)
    G.

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    Ok, so I think it can't be a coating problem, but maybe a problem because of the age of your emulsion... no?
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    ...Yes -)

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    This banding is too close together to be the defect I mentioned before.

    It reminds me of the marks we used to get on prints processed in Saran baskets many years ago.

    Without good agitation, the film took on this aspect.

    I have also seen this from cardboard or cheap paper making imprints on film. Cardboard and cheap paper use a wire in the compression of the fibres as they rise from the pulp slurry and they have a face and 'wire' side. The wire side has an inprint like that on paper that is not pressed enough.

    That looks like a packaging defect or a process defect of some sort. The method of introduction escapes me, but I have seen it before.

    PE

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    PE,
    Each film has a paper interleave in the box, this is certainly that.
    Thanks,
    Guillaume

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