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Contact Print Frame

$59.95
SKU:
07-2000 0
Rating:
4 Stars
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Product Description

 

Photographers Formulary Economy Contact Print Frames are made at the Formulary from high quality ash, with a felt-lined, hinged back board for print inspection.

Pressure clips hold your negative securely while printing.

All frames are made one inch bigger than the size quoted. (i.e. an 8x10" frame actually has a glass size of 9x11" so that you get a full 8x10" print).

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  1. Thin glass, cracks easily 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Mar 2018

    I echo Jerry Cagle's comment about the glass. I am very careful handling my 11 x 14 frame, and I am sure that my handling of the glass did not cause it to crack. Unless you are very careful and willing to sacrifice your fingers, allowing the clasps to snap shut their own (without easing them down) causes them to smack the back cover with the force of a rat trap snapping shut. I believe the sudden impact cracked the glass after only I had used it a few times. I suggested to Photographers Formulary that they use standard picture frame glass or include a spare sheet of glass with each frame.


  2. Why would you need anything more. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Sep 2017

    Precision craftsmanship, excellent back & lock down hardware for
    correct even pressure.


  3. Great product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Sep 2017

    I love it. Best price anywhere


  4. Surprisingly good construction 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st May 2017

    At the price point that this contact printing frame carries I really expected some compromises in quality but I was very pleasantly surprised. The frame arrived well packed and when I took it out I was floored by just how solid and well made it was. The glass was flawless, the wood was a good quality choice with a solid, heavy feel and the metal hardware was top notch. I would highly recommend these contact printing frames to anyone looking for a great frame at a great price.


  5. Solid, but... 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Dec 2015

    After having used the frame a few times (16x20) I discovered that the glass cracked. I suspect that the clasps are the culprit as they are quite difficult to open/close and when closing they strike the back of the frame with a significant amount of force.


  6. Contact Print Frame 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Jul 2015

    I purchased this contact frame to make lumen and cyanotype prints using alternative (non-camera) techniques. The frame shipped promptly and was well packaged. It is very sturdy and appears to be of excellent quality. The frame worked perfectly for my particular application. I recommend this product.


  7. Quality Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jul 2015

    Sturdy and solid. Overall an excellent product. Highly recommended.


  8. Solid construction 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2015

    Well built and solid, seems to lock up nicely, no problems making prints with it. Money well spent.


  9. Solidly built and works well but has a handling issue 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2015

    I am enjoying using the 11x15 contact printing frame; it is solidly built and secure in holding negative and medium in contact. However, the back edges of the spring clips protrude from the wooden frame, the corners are sharp, and I have small cuts from encountering those metal parts in getting it into my UV unit. I have found it necessary to cover them with tape to avoid contact. Nevertheless, it is good value for the price compared to the competition.


  10. High quality product for a price 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Feb 2015

    This product is sturdy, and the components won't break on you. There are only two downsides - 1. it's rather expensive for what it is. 2. the clasps on the back are quite hard to engage and release, and if you are printing a different size image, ensuring they don't move requires some delicacy.


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