Originally Posted by Skiff
Under completely ideal conditions (one one film product per day - no production interruptions because of technical problems - three shifts in 24h) about 180,000mē per day. But that is an ideal / theoretical value. Kodak stopped three-shift production in 2003.
So, theoretically, they could do a yearly production of film in a week.
That's roughly in accord with the number that I had in my head, namely that Kodak's B38 could coat a year's demand of any of their emulsion in a day.