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Thread: Enlarger Stand for larger prints

  1. #1

    Join Date
    Nov 1998
    Fairfield County, CT (near NYC)

    Enlarger Stand for larger prints

    Anyone know where one could buy for reasonable price, or find plans for one of t he enlarger tables with moveable shelves? I have an old Beseler 45MXT that's no t fast to align, so don't really want to project on the wall and turn it sideway s. I know I've seen these things mentioned, but can not turn up where any more.

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Feb 1999

    Enlarger Stand for larger prints

    it's called the adjus-table...

    that's a pdf from the beseler site...

    you could build one without much hassle, there's not much to it...

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Jan 2001

    Enlarger Stand for larger prints

    Yeah, they're really easy to build. We made one for our old darkroom out of two old counters, some narrow pieces of wood for the rails, and part of an old countertop for the baseboard....pretty high-tech! Of course, when we got our new lab, we bought a few Kreonite enlarger stations. They've got a nice drop table designed for the MXTs...but you can get by just fine making it yourself. You can find plans in a number of those how-to books like "The Darkroom Handbook" etc.

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