I've read many descriptions of X-Ray processors that produce images in just a few minutes - some are very fast...
Konica Minolta SRX-101A produces images in 90 seconds.
http://www.konicaminolta.com/healthc...analogue/xray/

How does that work? Even if I have a Super developer, how can the fixer get washed off so quickly?
X-rays are archival - so something tricky must be going on...
Any ideas?
I am mostly interested in the fixing and washing of the film. Does x-ray film not absorb the fixer (similar to RC paper?) - I am wanting to speed up my process...