RE: Rotary Palladium?
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Somebody on this list, though who I can't recall now, said that they have
made palladium prints in a rotary tube and never had a problem with tide
So it maybe possible. Try it and see.
From: Zev Schmitz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 7:56 PM
Subject: Rotary Palladium?
I've never heard of anyone rotary processing any alt prints for that
matter, but I'm curious if it would work with palladium chemistry in
particular. I'm working 16x20 and just got a big CPI rotary
processor, the processor has multiple tubes for every size up to
30x40, so if this works it would be fantastic! Does anyone have any
experience with this, or think its possible? It would certainly save a
lot of space and make large size palladium much easier. I assume
choice of paper would be critical, and I would have to stop using
Beinfang 360.... Also, how about pre-wetting palladium before