chrisnoisebridge at gmail.com
Fri Dec 25 10:49:12 PST 2009
I'm just catching up on 40 darkroom mailing list unread messages,
hence the late response.
Instead of replacing the traditional door, we might consider
installing a proper darkroom door. They were expensive back in the
day, but perhaps free now? I'm refering to the rotating, light tight
variety. That way people can come and go from the darkroom without
fogging film and paper. These doors have a circular footprint
therefore a semi circle would protrude from the door jam into the
hacker space. They install like a giant cartridge so I don't think
installation would be an engineering problem.
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On Dec 4, 2009, at 17:51, Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> I mean, we basically have to build the door frame if it's not already
> the right size and yeah we'll need some sort of sweep. Not sure what
> else we need to do.
> On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 3:27 PM, dpc <weasel at meer.net> wrote:
>> Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> writes:
>>> I sealed the ceiling pretty well.
>>> We can't check the light seal until the door is installed and
>>> so we might as well paint in the meantime.
>>> Also we need to deal w/ the doorjam situation...
>> doorjam? would one of the little 'sweep' things on the bottom of the
>> door work ok?
>> i'll get some paint then.
>> In the limit, all programs can be reduced to a single instruction,
>> will be wrong. - Terje Mathisen (c.a)
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