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    Kodak manufactured their own filters in the plant in Rochester. The Wratten trade mark is a Kodak property and the filters were dyes coated with a gelatin coating machine. The supports were on glass or 'plastic' film support. They were made in two grades, one for use sandwiched with negatives and one for use between the lens and the paper in the case of printing. IIRC, they were also made in the plant at Harrow outside of London.

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    Right now I am doing research because I am looking for a new challenge. The reason why I am going to look for a second enlarger with a colour head is I want to be able to print up to 6x7(120). My Devere 504 enlarger aside having a condenser head, I only have the lenses and negative masks for 35mm and 4x5. Of course Devere sold way more colour heads than condenser heads. So having a second enlarger with a colour head and that can print up to medium format will kill a few birds with one stone.

    Now before everyone sends PM's offering surplus enlargers, I am nowhere ready to pull the trigger yet, I'm just researching.
    "Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once and a while, you might just miss it."
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