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    The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    I recently got 3 HP Combi-plan 4x5 tanks and I'm going to use this tank mainly for semi stand development.
    I learned how to agitation when using this tank as a daylight tank on YouTube.

    By the way, I wonder how high the film carrier should be lifted when initial agitation in the darkroom.
    And https://omegle.website/ do I need to tap the film carrier against the inner wall or top outer border after the initial agitation?
    Also, https://ome-tv.org/ I'd like to know the internal thread size of the outlet at the bottom of the tank.

    I would really appreciate your advice.
    Thank you.
    Last edited by sini; 27-Jun-2022 at 21:43.

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    Re: The New HP Combo-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    Welcome new member

    Take your tank to a store with lots of bolts to test fit

    Be gentle
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    Re: The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    Quote Originally Posted by sini View Post
    "The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank..."
    Just out of curiosity, did you find actual New Old Stock tanks? If so, where?

    It pays to look around this site beyond just the forum. The following article might be of use:

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    Re: The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    Just out of curiosity, did you find actual New Old Stock tanks? If so, where?

    It pays to look around this site beyond just the forum. The following article might be of use:
    From the local Comp hardware market, I think I'm lucky to get one of these! It's f**k*** hard to find it one

    btw, Thanks for the reply!

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    Re: The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    Just out of curiosity, did you find actual New Old Stock tanks?...
    Quote Originally Posted by sini View Post
    From the local Comp hardware market...
    New Old Stock? If so, where's that market?

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    Re: The New HP Combi-Plan 4x5 tank with agitation

    Quote Originally Posted by younghoon Kil View Post
    I recently got 3 HP Combi-plan 4x5 tanks and I'm going to use this tank mainly for semi stand development.
    I learned how to agitation when using this tank as a daylight tank on YouTube.

    By the way, I wonder how high the film carrier should be lifted when initial agitation in the darkroom.
    And do I need to tap the film carrier against the inner wall or top outer border after the initial agitation?
    Also, I'd like to know the internal thread size of the outlet at the bottom of the tank.

    I would really appreciate your advice.
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by sini View Post
    I recently got 3 HP Combi-plan 4x5 tanks and I'm going to use this tank mainly for semi stand development.
    I learned how to agitation when using this tank as a daylight tank on YouTube.

    By the way, I wonder how high the film carrier should be lifted when initial agitation in the darkroom.
    And do I need to tap the film carrier against the inner wall or top outer border after the initial agitation?
    Also, I'd like to know the internal thread size of the outlet at the bottom of the tank.

    I would really appreciate your advice.
    Thank you.

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