Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
I have a 16x20 Nova processor. You CAN use it for fiber paper, but at the bigger sizes, it is possible for the waffle texture of the slot walls to get picked up by the print where it makes contact with the wall during development. I would advise keeping fiber prints at least one paper size smaller than the maximum size of the processor.
I haven't noticed the texture on a straight print, but I have seen the texture appear during a bleach and redevelopment toning process. Maybe moving the print a little during development would minimize this effect. (This particular print was from a large run and I might not have agitated it much if at all).

Does having the slot very clean (not easy!) make a difference?