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    IC Racer.
    The floor is coated with a BASF product called Master top 1080 it is a 3 part pack that makes 5 liters. It is applied with a brush or roller and is acid, oil and chemical resistant. It is not a paint.
    I had my father help with the gutter and fascia,I had an electrician do the power and a friend help with the ceiling sheets, otherwise I did it all myself. I made the frames, stood the frames pitched the roof, clad the walls, insulated the walls roughed in the power. Fixed the roof sheets. Painted the walls floor and ceiling and also made the cupboards. It is 3mm out of plumb and 4mm out of square. I have enjoyed the task very much and are looking forward to actually using it.
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    The L184 looks like some sort of exercise machine with out the bellows and head!

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    Quote Originally Posted by largeformat pat View Post
    IC Racer.
    The floor is coated with a BASF product called Master top 1080 it is a 3 part pack that makes 5 liters. It is applied with a brush or roller and is acid, oil and chemical resistant. It is not a paint.
    I had my father help with the gutter and fascia,I had an electrician do the power and a friend help with the ceiling sheets, otherwise I did it all myself. I made the frames, stood the frames pitched the roof, clad the walls, insulated the walls roughed in the power. Fixed the roof sheets. Painted the walls floor and ceiling and also made the cupboards. It is 3mm out of plumb and 4mm out of square. I have enjoyed the task very much and are looking forward to actually using it.
    Pat
    You are using a B.A.S.F. chemical on your floor. Now use Agfa materials for your photos, take Bayer to combat the headaches from the chemical fumes, and you've got most of I.G. Farben represented in your darkroom. Careful that you don't accidentally use a little something called Zyklon B to keep pests out!
    2F/2F

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    A mate said when he saw it, " where do they drop the gas in"?
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    Oh sorry, I forgot you don't shoot Large Format
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    I have had a number of darkrooms over the years, and since retired, and getting the bug again I was making do till my wife kicked me out of the bathroom, I have been without one since, but recently I acquired a nice bunch of darkroom equipment from an estate, which filled all the gaps I had. so now My computer office goes, I am building into a 9x12 room. It will be a bit crowded, as it will support an Omega 6x6 condenser, Omega 6x7 dicro, and a Bessler 4x5 condenser. I will have a sink that will support 4 16x20 trays plus washer, and a Jobo processor. according to my design layout it will all fit with ample storage if so it will be the coolest darkroom ever...

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    Hey,
    Stack the trays, and have fun. I would like to see the pics.
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    My DIY bathroom darkroom:

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    Just be careful you don't mix up the mouthwash with something else!
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    This last winter I upgraded my darkroom. Major changes were installation of a water control panel and tile floor. I bought another shelving unit to make use of the space under the stairs. I finished painting the stairwell also. I have another safelight on its way to go by the 8x10 enlarger.



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    I set up my drying cabinet with a removable shelf, so I can dry eight 8x10s at a time (now that I have two 2850 drums).




 

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