Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
I think it should be tried. I'm not aware of this method ever having been used due to the one off nature of the product.

I think it is an interesting idea. Maybe I could whip up some emulsion and send you a jar.

PE
I've heard from John Preston that he used to spin coat very large sheets (perhaps vacuumed down acetate?). The sheets were about 30x40". They were coated with a silver halide gelatin photo emulsion and used for map making somehow. He says they got good even coatings, so I guess it can be done even on a very large scale.
My guess is that this technique is best for very thin coatings, and figured it probably wouldn't work for very thick matrix film coatings.

Regards - Jim Browning