[Darkroom] Fwd: 24" Kreonite KM3 Photo Print Processor (oakland east)
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I can haz dry to dry color printing!
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On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Audrey Penven <audrey.penven at gmail.com>wrote:
> A processor for color prints!
> I haven't been by to see the darkroom in forever. Could it use
> something like this?
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> From: <ian at sonic.net>
> Date: Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 1:27 PM
> Subject: 24" Kreonite KM3 Photo Print Processor (oakland east)
> To: audreypenven at gmail.com
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> 24" Kreonite KM3 Photo Print Processor
> Date: 2011-01-12, 1:13PM
> This beast will suck in an exposed piece of photo paper (up to 24"
> wide, and roll length!) on one side, and spit a beautiful color print
> out the other side four minutes later. It is a beautiful piece of
> equipment, and deserves to be somewhere that it will see more action
> than here -- it has been two years since I fixed up fresh chemistry
> and ran any prints through it. It can also be set up for processing
> black and white prints, or color transparencies, and has digitally
> controlled speed, temperature, and cycle-time settings. Self-contained
> in a light-tight cabinet, it is designed to have the butt end poke out
> through a hole in the wall so finished prints can be seen in daylight,
> while keeping the intake side in your darkroom.
> The machine itself was a much-appreciated gift, but the time has come
> to pass it on to someone or somewhere that it will be used more
> frequently. If you promise to love and use the machine frequently.
> Technically speaking, this is a $10,000 machine
> (http://www.dunningphoto.com/rebuilt.html#ra4), but all I want is to
> pass the gift on to a new home.
> Includes a whopping 1000+ page manual, some guides and color printing
> filters, plus a few spare parts. Does NOT include transport, delivery,
> fresh chemistry, instructions, tutorials, or any kind of warranty.
> Probably needs new filter elements by now, but should still be in good
> working order. You'll probably need two or three trips with a pickup
> (or one with a box truck) to get the machine wherever it's going, and
> you'll need some help lifting, as it's more than a two-person job to
> lift some of the sections. With the gray MDF cover plates removed, it
> looks like the unit in the photo below, but this one actually has
> three machine sections. Requires connection to temperature and
> pressure regulated water (I can cut one out of the pipes, and throw in
> a regulator for a few extra bucks if you don't have one set up
> already), drain, and 240V 30A service. It's also big -- about
> 4'x4'x10' long, and easily 600 lbs.
> If you're interested (or know of a school/business/arts organization
> who might be), please let me know. Again, what I really want is for
> this marvelous machine to be put back into regular use.
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