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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gordon Bilson View Post
    My beastie is a Kindermann 4x5" ....
    Post some photos of it? L

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Saltzman 8x10 - does everything from 8x10 to Minox, if you can find a place big enough and have a way to raise the 1,000lb machine...

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Saltzman 8x10 - does everything from 8x10 to Minox, if you can find a place big enough and have a way to raise the 1,000lb machine...
    Yup, just make sure you have a slab on grade, or reinforce the floor & rafters for the extra weight so you can hook up a come-a-long to the ceiling to raise the monster. Or you can use a lot of sand and use the technique the Egyptians used to raise some of their 40 Ton stone monoliths. Yes I know the Saltzman only weighs one ton or a little less, but still........I'll keep my Durst/Deveres which can easily be moved by one or two people once it's broken down into pieces parts! You ever going to post photos of that Saltzman? L
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Quote Originally Posted by Luis-F-S View Post
    Yup, just make sure you have a slab on grade, or reinforce the floor & rafters for the extra weight so you can hook up a come-a-long to the ceiling to raise the monster. Or you can use a lot of sand and use the technique the Egyptians used to raise some of their 40 Ton stone monoliths. Yes I know the Saltzman only weighs one ton or a little less, but still........I'll keep my Durst/Deveres which can easily be moved by one or two people once it's broken down into pieces parts! You ever going to post photos of that Saltzman? L
    Perhaps someday, I'm in school now and done have much spare time. And last time I posted it became a free-for-all, I'd rather post some prints when I can

    I may be using the Egyptian method, but with brick blocks and an engine jack.

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Durst Laborator 138S for 5x7 down to 35mm with the appropriate condensers and lens combinations. It also has a Condit registration unit as well. Also it's baby sister a Durst AC 800 for color work 6x9 and smaller.

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Elwood 8 x 10 and 5 Beseler 4 x5's (Just in case)
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    I have a very conventional Beseler 4x5MX, with cold light head.
    J. K.

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    I have a Beseler 4x5MCRX with a condenser head and Beseler 4x5 MXT with a Zone VI cold light.

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Agfa/Modern half plate enlarger- just shy of the 5x7 size.
    Condenser enlarger that uses a higher wattage not-so-easy-to-source incandescent bulb.

    /Trying to make alternate multi-bulb head for it

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Zone VI Mk2 with digital head to easel and focus distance on a split 8 Digit Seven Segment Display.

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