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    MohrPro 20-ST Processor

    Just got a great deal on a MohrPro 20-ST table top RA4 Processor. Anybody using one of these on APUG? Wondering which RA4 chemistry works best with these units. Looks like a very solidly built unit.
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    I use a KIS and a 24 in. Hope processor, in addition to some tray and drum work occasionally. Let me know some more specifics about how it works and maybe I can be of help. There are probably hundreds of different RA-4s out there, so it's doubtful that someone here is using the same one you are.

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    Hi Karl

    I found a copy of the users manual and it talks about using Kodak RA4 RT chemicals. There is a speed knob on the front which lets you adjust 0-100 inches per minute for feed speed and a thermostat to adjust temp, 50 to 115 degrees. Isn't 95 degrees optimal for RA4? The manual says most RA4 print materials usually need 45 seconds of developement. There are 3 roller racks the first one says developer, the second says bleach Fix and the third says wash, then a dryer. I found the company website as well, will call them this week. How do you equate inches per minute of travel to 45 secs of developement for entire print?

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