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    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_udQwy1hJk"]YouTube - cutting footpegs with EMC2[/nomedia]
    got some new video of it in action.

    Its working pretty well now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valen View Post

    got some new video of it in action.

    Its working pretty well now
    That is nice!

    Would you mind sharing what resin you used and where you got it?



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    Hi
    Here is the data sheet for the resin we used
    http://www.fgi.com.au/files/images/s...inylesters.pdf
    top of page 5 we used the 1636
    Which gave us 40 minutes to play with the size part we made work well, had a nice safety margin.

    Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusel View Post
    Hi
    Here is the data sheet for the resin we used
    http://www.fgi.com.au/files/images/s...inylesters.pdf
    top of page 5 we used the 1636
    Which gave us 40 minutes to play with the size part we made work well, had a nice safety margin.

    Russell
    Thanks a lot!



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    Hi
    The latest addition is some lighting under the head. I as using a lead light to see before.
    Got one of those strip of LEDs that comes in a aluminium channel, cut the ends off with 9 LED on each of them with the wires and joined them and sliconed to bottom of the head. Run the wires back to the power surply so as soon as it turned on I can see
    It works well with the camera location as well, It give a good contrast on the part
    With these 18 LEDs it only just makes it as working as they are bright but not a lot of light comes from each LED
    The photos tell the rest

    Russell

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