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    The website that MattKing provided has a store. They have 35mm carriers new and used. They have always provide great service to me. Shipping is steep from Canada but availability trumps.

    http://store.khbphotografix.com

    David

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    TXFZ1 Thanks for the reference but they're so bloody expensive! My wallet is almost completely deflated. I was just asking to see if anyone had a used one for cheap money.

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    hawkegihm:

    I'll first refer you to one of KHB's eBay listings: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-35mm-Nega...34d820c&_uhb=1

    If you read that, you will note that that LPL carrier is also compatible with Omega D4, D5 and D6 enlargers.

    So it may be that you can use a 35mm carrier designed for those Omega enlargers.

    I'll let the LPL users here confirm that.

    If so, send a pm to bjsmith7474 here on APUG - he probably has one of those at a reasonable price
    Matt

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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    Does it have any carrier? If so you can probably, with a bit of imagination, make it work.

    Heck with a little cardboard/matte board you could probably cobble together something workable.
    Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR

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    Hawkegihm: I use that same enlarger for 35mm and 4x5. Don't worry about swapping mixing boxes for 35mm. I do both formats with the 4x5 mixing box and the exposures are not long. The enlarger puts out plenty of light. Note if you have questions about equipment/accessories for it you can call KHB Photografix and ask them questions even if you don't end up buying. They are very helpful, and also have used/reconditioned parts/accessories. If you are low on funds and can't find used parts, you can make a 35mm negative carrier without much fuss.

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    Thanks for the suggestions!
    While I search for a used carrier, I'm going to try to make a carrier using some acrylic and the laser cutter at school.

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    If you look on E-Bay there is a fellow in Grand Rapids, MI. that has almost everything for finishing in his garage, basement and all closets. He is "Roblun" as the seller. I have gotten a few things from hiim. Since he is close I save shipping and just stop by his place.

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    This link in the classified might get you the lens board(s) you need: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...ns-boards.html
    Matt

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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    Matt,
    Thank you for the references! I've contacted both sellers to purchase the lensboard and the 35mm carrier.

    Here's a list of what I've accumulated:
    enlarger, easel, lensboard, lens, and carrier

    I'm guessing the only things I need now are the trays and timer. Is there something I'm forgetting?

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    Safelight?

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