30x40+ fiber printing, not in trays any tips?

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fotojack

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I've been printing 30x40 B&W fiber and smaller in trays. Is there a processor out there that's not too gigantic of a machine I can use. I heard of something called DeVille that leads your pic by clips through the chemistry, and you turn the cranks. I have not found a reference to this anywhere. This is for 50 inch width. Anything I've seen has 16x20 as their largest.
 

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I thought folks did these rolled up in tubes (with an mess to keep the surfaces from sticking). When I was a kid, I worked in a studio and when they did gigantic prints, they put them on the floor and mopped them with chemicals.
 
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