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    Home made E6 developing machne

    Must say, this is a charming video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijmW9RFKYuI

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    I'm going to make one now - but only for B&W! Wish me luck!

    lol

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    Thats a lot of work and $$$ if you're using it for stills ...

    Pretty cool to see it go straight from the processor and into a wet gate telecine tho

    ouch!
    Cleared the bowel problem, working on the consonants...

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    Supercool! If only I had two right hands... :o

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    This is "echt super"!

    I'm building my own cine lab also. This shows a simpler design in terms of film path but it's also much smaller than mine. The downside is that the speed is lower. According to my tests and experience, I would estimate it's about 0,5 meter per minute which is too low for perfect processing.

    BUT, this said;

    This one is quite compact, seems to be quite reliable and is not too difficult to construct. And it seems to work, which is most important.

    Thank you for sharing the youtube link. This is really cool. I have now a competitor .

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    That's awesome, overall, minus the electronics, it seems pretty simple.

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    Project of all projects! Wow.
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    insane! it would be cool for 120m of 16mm. For S8 cartridges I guess I'll keep the lomo tanks.

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    The continuous lab I'm building is for 16mm and has enough dark space for at least 2000ft reel. It will process ECN-2, ECP-2, E6, BW and BW reversal, 8mm, 16mm and 35mm at lower speed. Just finished designing a new control panel unit. http://sorsa-tv.ath.cx/~antalh/eloku...anellijoo6.png . I hope to get it finished finally this year.

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    except he's drying it with a hairdryer...

    Very cool but very slow. You have to add the time before the film reaches the chemistry and the time it takes to run out entirely. A couple of hours to process a 50 ft reel?

    But if you sped it up you'd need more chemistry and a bigger machine...still cool.
    --Nicholas Andre

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