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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    oh ok...

    got it.

    possible to still post a pic of your sink-line? if not, its ok. just interested to see how you do it.

    thanks

    Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    oh ok...

    got it.

    possible to still post a pic of your sink-line? if not, its ok. just interested to see how you do it.

    thanks

    Dan
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    No rush I understand you must be busy.

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    Glad to see that someone else is a sink line person. I've had mine since 1982,
    and have become one of the last E6 lines around my area. Keep up the good fight Phototone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjphil View Post
    Glad to see that someone else is a sink line person. I've had mine since 1982,
    and have become one of the last E6 lines around my area. Keep up the good fight Phototone!
    My "sink line" is actually an old Kreonite sink designed for an early print process, and it has been repurposed for my E-6 and C-41 processing. I am using the original stainless steel tanks for E-6 and some Cesco-lite tanks for C-41, although I haven't processed C-41 in a few years.

    It is all manual, with a home made set up for intermittant nitrogen burst and compressed air agitation (depending on chemical). The sink line goes back to the 1950's, but my use of it has been since about 1978.

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