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    Does or has any body converted a durst RCP to run cibachrome. I don't want to know about speeds. The mechs. I can nut not out later. Thanks
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    I should say a RCP40
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    If I remember it correctly RCP-40 was a Cibachrome processor. I almost jumped into one (cheaply) for a purpose of converting it for EP-2 (EP-200) paper processing. That was maybe 15 or 20 years ago.
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    Just did some internet search and found that RCP-40 is indeed a RA-4 paper processor, not a Ciba one. I was actually thinking about an Ilford CAP-40, which was a Ciba processor.
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