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    Printing 35mm full frame.

    I am going to be limited by my processor to 8" print width (RA-4.) So, I guess that I'm looking at 8x12"? I am assuming that this implies roll paper? I am rather fond of my fingers so the paper cutter in the dark gives me pause. I guess what I am asking here is: Do you print on roll paper? If so, how? Do you still possess all your digits? Any tips (no pun intended) would be appreciated.

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    I also lust after a Horizon 202 so we may be talking 8"x20" as well.

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    Yep, 8&12 wide.

    Have all my digits.

    A nice Rotary cutter works wonders.

    You need a pattern that you can feel in the dark.

    Having a nice paper tray or two is nice too, labled.
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    What sort of paper safe/dispenser? Starting to sound expensive.

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    What I am envisioning here is something that I open, pull the paper from, hit a stop for the length and cut just before placing into the easel. Surely it can't be that easy?

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    There are dispensers like that I believe.
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    I cut sheets in the darkroom and keep them in the paper safe.

    The rolls are kept in the boxes they came in.
    Mark Barendt, Ignacio, CO

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    The ones that I have seen seem to be parts of minilabs. Are these modules light tight or is there a stand alone solution?

    I would like to use Kodak paper.

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    As a batch process, Mark? Cut a bunch of sheets at one time?

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    Yes 50-100.
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