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    Anyone use dental x-Ray processor for film?

    I just got a dental x-Ray machine, Air Techniques A/T2000 plus. With people shooting x-ray film I was wondering if anyone here has any experience using one. The instructions list 10" & 12" films. I don't currently have anything larger than 5x7 and am wondering if I should hang on to it for future use or sell it.
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    Re: Anyone use dental x-Ray processor for film?

    Drew Bedo on this forum has done that. He can add more details.

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    Re: Anyone use dental x-Ray processor for film?

    I'm rethinking my stance on the proposed "Hall of Fame", because I think we have a winner here.

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    Re: Anyone use dental x-Ray processor for film?

    Quote Originally Posted by photonsoup View Post
    I just got a dental x-Ray machine, Air Techniques A/T2000 plus. With people shooting x-ray film I was wondering if anyone here has any experience using one. The instructions list 10" & 12" films. I don't currently have anything larger than 5x7 and am wondering if I should hang on to it for future use or sell it.
    Looked it up. If you have room, looks like it could be useful for a big project, but I really hate anything with that many plastic gears.

    http://www.airtechniques.com/product/at-2000-xr/

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    Re: Anyone use dental x-Ray processor for film?

    Run don't look back. You can make anything work but spend your time making a nice print.
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    Best Regards Mike

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