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LPL enlargers are designed and manufactured to provide years of lp, service. Please read this manual carefully so you may familiarize yourself with the correct assembly, set up, and operating procedures.

LPL 7700 VCCE Multicontrast Enlarger

Be sure to keep this manual for future reference. Universal Glass manuap masking blades or Single Size Glassless: Spring Release with counter balance ,anual Friction Roller with oversize knob Accepts 75mm x 75mm filters 35mm format with 50mm lens — 2X to 15X 6x6cm format with 75mm lens — 1. Screw the baseboard bolts 1 part way into the baseboard as shown. Lower the column base- plate 2 over the bolts so the bolts extend through the holes in the base-plate.

Slide the column toward the rear of the baseboard so that the bolts are in the narrow part of the keyhole slot as shown in picture 2 below. Tighten the bolts using the Allen wrench 3 provided with the enlarger. Secure the assemblies together using the clamping bolt and washer 6.

Firmly tighten the clamping bolt with the Allen wrench 3. Push the lamphouse securing screws 12 up to engage the threaded holes in the bottom of the lamphouse, and tighten the screws to secure the lamphouse.

To install the enlarging lamp, undo the lamp socket securing screws 13 and withdraw the lamp socket 14 from the lamphousing. Screw the enlarging lamp 15 into the socket, replace the the socket into the lamphouse, and tighten the socket securing screws. Use the same procedure when replacing a lamp.

LPL VC 6×7 VCCE Enlarger Instruction Manual

If the enlarger v7700 been in use, the lamp 7c700 surrounding parts will be very hot. Disconnect the power cord and allow the parts to cool before replacing the lamp.

Open the front panel 17 of the lamphouse by sliding it up as shown. Place the condenser lens module 18 in the lamphouse. The module simply drops into position. To remove the heat absorbing glass, slide the retaining clip to the side. Insert the negative carrier 20 from the front of the enlarger. All LPL series negative carriers can be used with this enlarger. The lens stage of the enlarger is threaded to accept enlarging lenses with standard 39mm “Leica” mounting thread.

Install the appropriate lens according to the following table: Negative Size Lens Focal Length 35mm 50mm 6×4. This is a general guide.


Check lens specifications to verify coverage for a specific negative size. Loosen the securing screw 21 c77000, and insert the red filter mounting post 22 as shown. Tighten the securing screw, ensuring that the tip of the screw is in the manial of the v7700 post.

A cable clip 23 is provided on the left side of the carriage to prevent the power cord from interfering with operation of the enlarger. Pull the clip open, insert the cord and snap the clip closed.

Electrical Connections Connect the AC power cord from the lamphouse directly to the “Enlarger” receptacle of your timer as shown in the illustration. Inserting the Negative in the Negative Carrier Open the negative carrier and place the film in the carrier with the emulsion side down and the top of the picture towards the front of the carrier. Check that the negative is free of dust and clean if necessary. Close the carrier and insert it in the enlarger. Setting the Easel sold separately.

Adjust the masking easel to manuall the size of the paper to be used.

Adjust the enlarging lens to its widest aperture for the brightest image. Elevation Control Squeeze the elevation lock as shown to move the carriage up or down to achieve the desired image size. Simply release the elevation control lever to lock manuwl carriage in position.

Reference Scales The inside scales on the column indicate the degree of magnification when using a 50mm lens right and 80mm lens left.

The outside scales indicate the distance from the bottom of the carriage to the baseboard in majual left and centimeters right. The reading from these scales can be recorded in order to quickly set up the enlarger to repeat the same print in future. Focusing Turn the Focus Control 24 as required to focus the image on the easel. For precise focus, the use of a focus scope or magnifier is recommended. If focusing feels too tight or too loose, the Focus Control is majual with a tension adjustment 25 to the rear of the knob.

Determining f-stop and Exposure Time The appropriate combination of lens aperture setting and exposure time to achieve proper exposure can be determined by making a series of test prints or test strips, or by means of an exposure calculator or darkroom exposure meter. Inserting the Photo Paper With the enlarger turned off, open the easel and place a sheet of enlarging paper in the easel with the emulsion smooth side up.

Then close the easel to secure the paper in position. Making the Exposure Check that the lens is set to the desired f-stop and the timer to the desired exposure time. To prevent the enlarger from becoming overbalanced and tipping over, secure the baseboard to the supporting table with clamps, or place a suitably heavy counterweight on the baseboard.

Use the Allen wrench to loosen the baseplate bolts and remove the column. Slide the baseplate in position and tighten the bolts. A 6×7 glass negative carrier with adjustable masking blades. Allows cropping of negatives or handling of odd size negatives lppl which there is no standard carrier. Professional quality 4-blade design allows easel to remain centered on janual baseboard. Accommodates print sizes up to 11″x14″ with adjustable borders and 14×17 prints with fixed borders.


An optional footswitch is available for convenient hands-free activation of the timer. Dust Cover FocusScope II An economical focusing aid to simplify precise focusing and ensure that prints are as sharp as possible. Copy Camera Attachment Heavy-duty dust cover protects the enlarger between printing sessions and during storage. The Copy Camera Attachment converts the enlarger chassis into a sturdy copy stand. The camera mounts directly—to the adapter with included mounting screw.

Built-in fade-free yellow, magenta, and cyan dichroic filters provide precise stepless color filtration. Built-in filtration allows stepless adjustment of the contrast within a range of gradeswithout the need to readjust exposure values.

The VC is equally suited for printing with graded papers. For negative formats up to 6x7cm. Enlarging Lenses High quality, economical LPL Enlarging lenses are offered in a range of focal lengths, and feature 39mm “Leica” mounting threads for convenient fitting to all LPL enlargers, as well as enlargers from other manufacturers.

Read and understand all instructions provided with this product. Avoid touching the lamp cover or other hot areas of the enlarger. Always disconnect the power supply and allow parts to cool before replacing the lamp.

Keep ventilation areas clear. Close supervision is necessary when this product is used by or near children. Do not leave it unattended while it is plugged into an outlet. Do not use this product in wet environments or areas with high temperatures.


User Manual

Do not use this product near combustable materials such as solvents or flammable sprays. Do not use this product if the power supply cord has been damaged or if the product has been dropped or damaged. Have it checked by a qualified service person before using. Route the power supply cord away lol hot areas.

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Do not let the cord hang over a counter edge or across an open area where it may be tripped over or pulled. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble or repair this product.

Always have it serviced by qualified service personnel when necessary. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock hazards. Tokyo, Japan Represented in Canada by: Reproduction by any means without written permission is prohibited.

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