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    The weight only contacts the back of the film. It leaves a tiny drying mark which can be wiped off with film cleaner on a wipe such as a PecPad.

    In festoon drying, noted above and used by some manufacturers, it does leave a mark because the emulsion has just been coated, is not hard yet and is wet. This is different.

    Our weights were about 1/8" stainless steel "C" shapes and were just slid over the looped hanging film to keep the film taut.

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    I think it will be easier if you will cut the film in half and use this type of clips http://www.freestylephoto.biz/635111...-Clip-Set-of-2

    They do not punch the holes but use the perforation sprockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsas View Post
    Great APUG team! That's gotta be it!

    With all those hooks on the bottom, must have been designed to use with a spring or rubberband to hold the film down so it doesn't wave around and touch adjacent rolls.

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    Here I thought those hooks on the bottom were homages to Nessie:



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    Did I find it?!

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Film_Clip.html

    Now whose got any a these?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkamiya View Post
    How would that avoid having a strange drying mark where the tube contacts the film??
    The tube would only be in contact with the base-side of the film.
    The base would be wiped dry.
    One could use velvet or alike, or undecut the tube in a way that it only touches the perforations.

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    You might be able to do something clever with a carabiner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zsas View Post
    Did I find it?!

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Film_Clip.html

    Now whose got any a these?!
    Yep, thats it. They have modified it slightly over the years. It used to be all SS. It is wide enough for 120 film.

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    Interesting Ron. I could prob attach two a these and get there....

    Andy

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    If it were mine, I would cut the cabinet in half and splice an extension in, so as to increase the height to it would accept the film hanging straight down.
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