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Kaiser 9.5 x 12" Masking Frame

BH #KAMF2430 • MFR #204001
Kaiser 9.5 x 12" Masking Frame
Key Features
  • Metal Base Plate with Non-Slip Base
  • 11 x 14.2" Maximum Supported Print Size
  • Adjustable Margins
  • Snap Mechanism for Holding Paper
The Kaiser 9.5 x 12" Masking Frame is a metal base plate with a non-slip base and dull white surface. It features adjustable margins for borders from 0.2 to 0.5" / 5 to 12mm. The frame has a snap mechanism for holding paper, and offers scales in inches and centimeters. It provides bilaterally-guided, self-adjusting masking bands with instant-lock push buttons. The maximum supported print size is 11 x 14.2"
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Kaiser 204001 Overview

The Kaiser 9.5 x 12" Masking Frame is a metal base plate with a non-slip base and dull white surface. It features adjustable margins for borders from 0.2 to 0.5" / 5 to 12mm. The frame has a snap mechanism for holding paper, and offers scales in inches and centimeters. It provides bilaterally-guided, self-adjusting masking bands with instant-lock push buttons. The maximum supported print size is 11 x 14.2"

Kaiser 204001 Specs

Physical
Material of Construction
Metal
Dimensions
15.5 x 1.2" / 39.4 x 3 cm
Weight
4.4 lb / 2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
5.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
19.1 x 15.8 x 1.5"

Kaiser 204001 Reviews

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The easel pictures in the images is the 11x14” ...

The easel pictures in the images is the 11x14” version. Which version are you selling? I have never heard of a 9.5x12” easel.
Asked by: Evan
The 9.5 X 12 inch. Please click on the link below: https://kaiserfotous.com/products/dark-room/dark-room-accessories/kaiser-masking-frame.html
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-01-24

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I'm considering getting the Kaiser 9x12 enlarging easel. Has anybody used this? Do the blades stay square? Is it better build quality than the 4-bladed 11x14 beseler (which is actually cheaper)?
Asked by: Karen
The Beseler 4 bladed easel will stay square compared to the Kaiser. No easel stays perfectly straight unless there are slider locks on all sides but it will certainly keep straighter than the Kaiser. Ideally you would want to tape down the side that doesn't have a clamp, that way it will always stay in position.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-08-02
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