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    Did the Google thing out of curiosity, found it thought I would post the URL.

    http://www.airwreck.com/dnloads/E80.pdf
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    It's in Spanish, but I think you will get the idea...

    http://www.foto-r3.com/agitador-de-bandejas.html

    I believe it's a Heiland product
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    It's in Spanish, but I think you will get the idea...

    http://www.foto-r3.com/agitador-de-bandejas.html

    I believe it's a Heiland product
    I think you are correct, Robert. I believe it could be this Heiland product, but equipped with a dedicated tray rocking connection. Heiland markets the unit as a rather cool automated film developing tank inversion device. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. The little product photo in your linked catalog listing looks like it might be the same or a similar thing, minus the pedestal legs.

    Ken

    P.S. Out of curiosity I checked the Versalab website to see if they offer it in the USA, even though the OP is in the UK. They don't list it. But I was struck by the following July 2010 note at the top of their home page regarding Versalab's future prospects in the analog darkroom equipment market...
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    Whats wrong with you people? Electric motors, pneumatic pain in the asses?

    Don't discount good 'ol newton and his falling apples! Gravity is free, and available everywhere.

    You place a 6-sided rocker/dowel on a table, connect it to a pendulum with an appropiate WEIGHT & length (have to test this out)

    You let the pendulum hang over the side of a table while the rocker lies flat on the table.

    Place a board on top of the rocker/dowel, so that it sits on the table at one side only.

    Place the film tank or a print tray on top, and adjust the length of the pendulum until it swings at a suitable period.

    Go about your normal development, nudging the pendulum from time to time, keeping the rocking action fairly constant.

    Nearly zero cost in materials, zero cost in use, and let you automate your process as needed. Rube Goldberg had 100's of inventions absed on simple physics like this.

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