They are also known for producing uneven, unpredictable development because of the film being wound on itself as it is on the reels. The user must crank the film continuosly, at an even speed to get reasonable results. They are finicky things.
That's the reason my tank sits in the closet. I'm not in a hurry to get it out.
The Morse tanks are designed to develop 100 ft. lenths of film. That's why they hold so much liquid.
I was considering the idea of filling the empty space with plastic bottles or something to take up some of the space.
I'm still not in a hurry to get the thing out.
As I said in the beginning, this is all just conceptual thinking.
Thinking doesn't hurt anything. More people should think before they act, anyway.
Frankly I thought about one of these some months back as well. Mine has the window for reversal exposure. but I sure didn't think of the mobius loop idea. That's not a bad idea at all.