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  1. #11

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    Re: hake brushes

    Thanks!

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    Re: hake brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred L View Post
    for those who use rods, if you need to coat something wider than the rod, do you coat in side by side passes or do you prefer using a coating rod as wide, or wider than the size of your neg ?
    I use a 5" coating rod for coating 4x5 and 5x7, and I have an 8" version for 8x10 prints. I've never tried to coat an 8x10 with the smaller rod. I suspect you may end up with artifacts in the finished print. Easy enough to try though!

  3. #13

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    Re: hake brushes

    Yeah, I would always try to coat in one pass to prevent partially overlapping passes. It's just asking for variations in density.
    My rod is something like 10" and I use it for both 4x5 and 8x10. A wider rod for a smaller print works just fine; the opposite, I wouldn't even bother trying.

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