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    WTB: Omega Masking attachment 404-864

    For my D5XL Super Chromega

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    Is that the one that fits under the negative carrier and has 4 sliders? If it is I might have a spare one on hand.
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    Re: WTB: Omega Masking attachment 404-864

    Yessiree! The neg carrier then sits on top of it.

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    Re: WTB: Omega Masking attachment 404-864

    Oh yea you said that :-)

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    They never made this for the D5500, so I made some masks out of the opaque plastic bag that paper comes in. It works very well because it does not 'shed' like paper or cardboard and it won't damage the glass like metal or plastic.

    I set the masks on top of the glass carrier and hold it at the edge with a little piece of electrician's tape (that tape won't leave sticky residue).

    You might want to try that if you can't locate the 4 blade mask.

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    Cool idea! Hey btw, what do you guys use to clean glass/newton glass in the carriers?

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    Based on this link here ( http://www.durst-pro-usa.com/PDF_FIL...UR%20GLASS.pdf ) I used Windex the last time I did it and it seemed to work ok. Though my wife wondered where the bottle of Windex went....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Based on this link here ( http://www.durst-pro-usa.com/PDF_FIL...UR%20GLASS.pdf ) I used Windex the last time I did it and it seemed to work ok. Though my wife wondered where the bottle of Windex went....
    hehe

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    Ok, I do have one. How about $25 plus shipping and something for APUG?
    It's in fine shape.
    If this works PM me with your zip code and address and we'll go from there. I'll look for the best shipping price for you and you can confirm it.
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    I use micro-fiber cloth and a little warm water only. No need for chemicals(other than the necessary processing variety)
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    BTW: the big kid in my avatar is my hero, my son, who proudly serves us in the Navy. "SALUTE"

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