Even with two American left hands one should be able to do it...
Originally Posted by zsas
Get your self/have cut pieces of plastic tubing about 40mm long.
Bend pieces of wire (eg. electrical wire) to a kind of triangular loop taking a weight (eg. large nut)
Insert the loop into the tube so that the tube rests at one leg of that triangle.
Take your wet type 135 film still in the rinse container, fit one clamp to one end, hang that clamp at the dryer, wipe the film from above to the other end, insert the free end into the loop of the weight, emulsion out, fit the other clamp and hang it in the dryer too.
In case you fear scratches on the film base you might even cover the tubes with textile or velvet tape. (Watch for migrating adhesive in case of very hot drying.)
(Kindermann have abolished the lab part of their business years ago.)
Last edited by AgX; 06-30-2013 at 05:44 AM. Click to view previous post history.