Using the 16mm Maier-Hancock hot or cement splicer

Clip by Julia Nicoll (http://www.Colorlab.com)
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Julia Nicoll of Colorlab in Rockville, Maryland, shows to make a splice on the 16mm Maier-Hancock "hot" splicer. The splice has an electrical heating unit which dries the film cement quickly. The Maier-Hancock cement splicer creates a better and longer lasting splice than a tape splicer. This cement splicer was commonly used by the negative cutter to make the A&B rolls of a film after the workprint had been edited.

This video relates to the following chapters in the companion volume Guide to Film Preservation:

  • 3.5 Repairing Film
  • 3.7 Equipment for Every Budget

Film Gauges in this clip:

  • 16mm


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