Precision pro enlargers have certainly been made! They just cost fifty or even a hundred times more
at the time than the typical Beseler or Omega. Today's aluminum extrusions and CNC-cut plate stock
are no match for old-school machined die-castings and solid alloys. You'll never see that kind of
quality again; nor will many labs be interested in spending 75K or more on a new enlarger! I could
easily spend 50K on a state-of-the-art colorhead alone - and that's just the cost of the materials and components (but I obviously never will). For now I'd just like more time to enjoy the enlargers
I already have built!