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NeilT

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  1. You can use it that way and use the blade to trim the tape as it gets used, that was how it was meant to be used, but we found just using the tape by had was just as easy and quick.
  2. Cut off a piece of the tape, and insert in to a 35mm canister through the lip.It will pull out and extract the film
  3. I will let the new owners introduce themselves once the finer details and full hand over is complete. I understand that the main model will still be in place.
  4. We are now in the later stages of handing Mini Lab Help.com to new owners and expect that this should be completed in the next few days.
  5. All will be announce once the final deal is done.
  6. We are now in the final stages of handing over Mini Lab Help.com to new owners. I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone that has been supportive of this this web site since we first started. And I am sure that the new owners will add some new life and spark and move Mini Lab Help on to a new direction. Thank you everyone. Neil Taylor.
  7. We have now upgraded our add server to a cloud based service. If you would like to advertise with us, please do let us know.
  8. We have done a upgrade to the script that drives the Mini Lab Help.com Classified area. You should not find any bugs, but if you do please let me know.
  9. Today Mini Lab Help.com passed 10,000 members, and a warm welcome to our new members. We have also just done another upgrade to the script that drives this forum. If you spot any bugs/errors please let me know.
  10. We have just installed a large update to the software that drives this forum. If you spot any bugs please let us know. View full article
  11. I was at a photographic place in recent times that is still running a wet lab, and was surprised to see a steady footfall of students taking in 35mm film for processing ... Yup there is demand.. Maybe not for "One Hour" but for quality....
  12. We have upgraded the web script that drives Mini Lab Help.com If you spot any errors or bugs please let me know.
  13. I suspect few new lab owners will have a densitometer and even know how to read a control strip and plot it on a Y55 .... and then understand the cloths lines..
  14. We have upgraded the web script that drives Mini Lab Help.com If you spot any errors or bugs please let me know.
  15. Thank you for that. It would be great if minilablaser.com that gets a lot of business from this web site considered helping and supporting Mini Lab Help.com with some sponsorship to help us keep this website open and free for all.
  16. Well done to pskaro for the help with this. It shows how Mini Lab Help really is a self help group.
  17. Just to wish all of our visitors a very Happy New Year and a successful 2017 for everyone.
  18. Please also use our FREE classified area for any parts that are wanted; http://www.minilabhelp.com/classifieds/
  19. To those celebrating I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
  20. OK, got it. There is a time limit to how long you can edit a post for, so in this case the post was made in 2013. If anything does need removing, let me know as I have full access to what has been posted.
  21. I understand they have to be deleted from the original threads that they got posted in.
  22. We are sorry that Mini Lab Help has been down for several hours. Our new host had some issues with site traffic (botts) and we hope that this issue has now been resolved.
  23. I think that everything is now back up and running. If you spot any problems/issues please let me know. Oh, and you will find a lot of new emotions
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