Quote Originally Posted by DREW WILEY View Post
Well my Durst certainly has particular lens alignment features, and my Omega D certainly doesn't,
though I have added some of my own. But the Durst if far more precisely built and a lot more solid
to begin with. The idea of not checking and correcting such things is about as sensible as driving around on a flat tire.
The older Omega D series had the alignment on the negative stage rather than on the lensboard. Which Durst do you have with an adjustable lens stage? Although the lensboard swings, the center detent on all the Durst enlargers 5x7 and bigger that I am familiar with is fixed in position. As far as I know the PROLA/DURST adjustable lensboard is a USA made aftermarket accessory.