Looks very professional , at a bit of a disadvantage as I only read English.
I have been beta testing enlarged negative for multiple register alternative printing , as well can make film positives for gravure and other possibility's.
I have used Rollie ortho 25 on my Lambda 76 and we use the outputted film to contact on any silver emulsion... or alt process for that matter.
I believe Salto in Belgium may be working on these lines.
We believe we were the first lab in the world that made digital fibre mural prints from files using a laser exposure unit like the Lambda 76, 2002 Agfa Classic, Now the Harmon product is the only game in town but that was introduced in 2006.
the large positives/negatives on silver film I make are not for enlargement , but they are indeed suited for high quality contact printing.
Originally Posted by georg16nik