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    So this was the M6? Very nice detail.

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    Former kitchen pantry...

    Here's my darkroom. Beseler 23C on the left, and chemical storage and wet side on the right. Pretty basic, but it does the job.
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    Looks quite workable. Enjoy!

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    Latest incarnation

    So here is the latest version of the darkroom. There have been a couple additions and I have a little trim left to do on the cabinets.

    Let me know what you think...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    So here is the latest version of the darkroom. There have been a couple additions and I have a little trim left to do on the cabinets.

    Let me know what you think...


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    Sweet. When can i move in?
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    Very nice-are the enlargers wall mounted as that table seems a little frail to support them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    So here is the latest version of the darkroom. There have been a couple additions and I have a little trim left to do on the cabinets.

    Let me know what you think...
    It looks like a darkroom I could be happy using. The only thing I found strange is the low height (from the looks of it) of the white table where the enlargers are placed - doesn't that amount to some backache after a long session? Otherwise, wonderful to have all that space and comfort.
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    That darkroom is a joy to work in. The pic's are decptive, since the whole looks like it is shorter than it is. I had no problem with backaches on a long session. Although I would love to see some of those rubber mats for fatigue in there....hmmmm....housewarming/darkroomwarming present.

    My hubby groaned after he saw it all, knowing now I had to have something like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    There have been a couple additions and I have a little trim left to do on the cabinets.
    Trim on the cabinets!
    My goodness Robert!
    And that archway.
    Can I come and work in your darkroom!
    Please!
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    Thanks all, it's been an astounding amount of work. I will be holding our first class on Sat. with a possible friday night class as well for some out-of-towners.

    I agree with the table, but here is a list of yet to do items...

    1. although the table is solid as a rock, I will mount the 8x10 enlarger on the wall.

    2. Move the bessler to the cabinets (1m high).

    3. Mount the 4x5 enlarger to the space on the wall with the long cabinets.

    4. Mount shelves in the cabinets. (sliding, I found some German rails that hold 50 kgs)

    5. build glass faced cabinets for the mass of chemicals I have there.

    6. Install the water board for the film room. (it's split into 2 rooms, one 20x20 and the other 16x20)

    7. install drying screens under the sinks

    ok, I'm getting tired just thinking about it. But it has been up and running for me for a couple months now. I'm quite satisfied with the results.

    Thanks for the kind words.
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