Not worth the trouble. The UofA darkroom just uses the plastic screen method.

Actually what they did was pretty neat....

On the opposite wall is a slab of lucite bolted to the wall with a length of rubber hose attached on the bottom to collect the runoff (and a hose from there goes to a bucket on the floor). You squeegee off on this, and then transfer to the screens on the other side.

The screens are a neat design. They are mounted on rails in rows under the light table. Each pulls out and in a small area you can get a TON of racks. Much better than making room for ANOTHER piece of equipment....