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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Juki 1900 EPROM
« on: July 30, 2020, 03:49:56 AM »
Hi guys, I am looking for help .
I cooked the main board on my juki 1900 bartacker ( 2000 model )
I got it up and running  but, I am now getting an E1 fault , I have tried all fixes .
I was wondering if I could kill two birds with one stone here and buy an EPROM for the machine with up dated pattern ( I know a guy was selling them on dropzone , I have contacted him , but he is not answering ) does any body know another source ?? Thanks in advance Davy 

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Materials science / Heat forming
« on: February 15, 2019, 03:21:53 PM »
I am working on a project just now ,I am not happy with the finish in the 1 inch( doubled) webbing tabs.
I was thinking of making a heated mould/pattern that would finish the tabs better , has any body tried this or has any experience of heat forming or finishing webbing without stitching on end plastic tabs?



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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / reese s2
« on: August 08, 2018, 01:01:47 PM »
hi all , I have the chance of getting hold of an old reese s2 bartacker ,any body have experience of these old war horses?

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hi guy ,I hope you can help ,I am starting a project involving 2 oz ( 65 gsm) parachute nylon ,and was wondering if anybody had used a plotter/ vinyl cutter to cut out their lay?

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Introductions / hello from scotland
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:42:04 AM »
hi everybody ,I am based in sw scotland ,I ve lurched on here for ages tried a few times to join ,but couldn't get on ,
I am here now ,I am an engineer working for company that builds fire appliances ,cutting gear and defence related equipment .
I left school( many many years ago ) and was apprenticed as a pattern maker/ sample maker in the clothing industry ,
joined the military ,got into firearms and retrained as an engineer ,I had my own business in gun making till we lost that right .
my son joined the military and I got back into kit making/repair ,I can get a lot from this site ,but I also have a lot to give , glad to be here and hello from scotland         Davy

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