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    WTB 8x10 Unidrum

    Looking for one or two 8x10 Unidrums for 4x5 film processing.

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    This article has more information than what I could provide. http://www.largeformatphotography.info/unicolor/. Once I get up and going I can let you know how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazardsg View Post
    Looking for one or two 8x10 Unidrums for 4x5 film processing.
    If you find one without the neg separators, you can use small rings made out of PEX (flexible plumbing tube). Cut a ring about 1/4" wide with a coping saw, and then make a split in one side. The PEX has some nice flex and will fit over the V channel on the inside of the drum.
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    <Bump> Still looking for one or two unidrums.



 

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