Dear Alisa !!
I'm not absolutley sure how to understand your question... This is still RA4 Roller transport chemistry, fed only with a different material, assuming that you are printing on display materials already there will be no big change...
In general you have to increase process times and replenishing rates, Most common is roughly double time for dev. and blix in conjunction with double replenshment rates for the chemicals in order to get the thick / high silver emulsion proper developed.
Exact times can be found on the paper's producer website, the standard is (was) 1:50 min for dev. and blix. at 95°F.
Assuming that this "silver pixel Fotocolor print RA4 RT Developer Replenisher" has similar properties like the "Kodak Ektacolor RA4 RT Developer Replenisher" I would orientate myself, concerning the needed repleshment rates, on their Database too...
Look at Page 8 / 9 of the following pdf http://www.kodak.com/global/plugins/...ls/z130_04.pdf
The developing times seems to be valid for the KODAK PROFESSIONAL Digital Display Materials
on your Durst Epsilon Laser Imager too, as stated on the following link http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...119/e119.jhtml
Anyway, watch out for the exatct display material you use, there is some new (?) display material on the market (professional day/night digital display material) http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...4013/e4013.pdf which needs only a 45 sec. processing, as well as the older Duraflex RA.
Hope this helps a bit,
Thank you very much Stefan,
do you know other display material beside Kodak duratrans and duraflex (may be some other companies also produce materails like that for RA4)? Where is cheaper to buy them?
or Kodak has monopoly for producing RA4 materials for light boxes?
I mean backlit film for ligght boxes... :-)