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In our lab, we had a "Lady Schtick" triple layer teflon coated blade head mounted just in front of automated printer, which shaved off any excess thickness from the film base. Left the film baby-bottom smooth. Art byard pidgeon wrote: > Some sheet films came in "thin" and "thick" base, maybe still do...but > doesn't it seem likely that 35mm films would come in only a very narrow > range of thickness, because almost all of them will be sent through > automated developing and printing machines, so a variation of thickness > great enough to cause focusing problems would be likely to infuriate the > processing people, and would be noted by the photo magazines, and would kill > or seriously maim sales??? > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.