Hi Ned,

If I print as much as 30 8x10 equivalent, there is always room for the 300 ml.
Usually I don't print that much so for the most part I just end up topping up my gallon of working solution. There is a fair bit more chemical transfer than most people think.

It's a very nice and economical way to print.


Quote Originally Posted by NedL View Post
Hi Thomas,

I hope you see this and apologies for resurrecting an old thread, but I've got a question...

I'm on my last batch of dektol and I have a can of LPD to try. I'll probably be ready to try about a month from now. Honestly, I'm not sure if I'm looking forward to the change or not... I've gotten used to dektol, but it would be nice not to have to mix new working solution when it's been a few days between printing sessions.

When you go to add your 300ml, after making the equivalent of 30 8x10 prints, is there always room to add the 300ml? In other words, has that much always been carried over to the stop bath? Or do you sometimes have to discard some of the working solution to make room to add the replenisher?

Thanks!
-Ned