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Originally Posted by Malum View Post

Well I think you did a very nice job especially since it's you first. And I really do believe those chaingun fittings were made to compliment the design of those awesome looking res thumb.gifthumb.gif
I also used the chaingun in my build but the res is ek since monsoon didn't have cylinder res back when I build mine frown.gif

Anyway hope you do just as good a job when you try out the acrylic tubes wink.gif

Thanks! BTW, I never did respond when you said your native tongue was Danish - I fell in love with Denmark on my first visit to Copenhagen - it was July (1993) and everyone was out in the streets, and the women were all blonde, beautiful and as tall as me! Wonderful place, friendly people, good beer - can't ask for more! thumb.gif
post #2522 of 4504
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Originally Posted by TobagoCay View Post

Ok, I finally had a chance to photo how the saw blade got installed incorrectly. First picture shows correct placement. Second pic shows blade in place incorrectly but not yet locked or snapped into place. If you look closely at the pic (or better yet at an actual saw) you can see that there is a "pocket" for the horizontal lock pin to sit in. If you're not paying attention rolleyes.gif, you can position the lock pin below the ridge that forms the bottom of the pocket. The plastic handle will still lock the blade in place like it is supposed to with no problem. However, with the pin positioned below the ridge and out of the pocket, it gets twisted (see 3rd pic). There is enough tension to hold it in place but, at least in my case, I could never get a straight cut. As soon as I locked the blade in place correctly (as in the first pic) the cuts were flat like they should be.

I know I was pressing too hard in the beginning and that was a big part of the problem. Once I backed off a bit and started cutting slow and easy, it got better but there was still a definite angle to my cuts. I also learned that if you put tape on the tube at the cut point, that can elevate the tube off the bottom of the miter box. If you then press on the tube at the back of the miter box (far end from the cutting end) to hold the tube steady while cutting you can actually tilt the tube up (because you are pressing the untaped section down to the bottom of the miter box). It's not much of a tilt, but it can definitely affect the angle of the cut.

Hope that all makes sense - if it's not clear let me know.

I see what you mean now...interesting. I will set one up like that and make a few cuts.

Thanks for taking the time to do that. I really appreciate it.
post #2523 of 4504
Hello everyone!

Today I receive 6-pack Monsoon Hardline Economy fitings 13/10mm ID 3/8" OD 1/2"

The fitings are great, but my knowledge is poor. Every fiting goes with 2 big o-rings of the same size: 18/13 mm (maybe 17,5/12,5) - they are perfect for tubes and G1/4

Also there is a pack of small o-rings, 12 pcs, size 13/8 mm - they are perfectly stand into the fiting, just under the tube. The pack of every fifting is like on this picture: https://static.digitecgalaxus.ch/Fil...ogressive-jpeg

the question is: am I understand the places for big and small o-rings right or I'm doing something wrong? Thanks for help and sorry for my English
post #2524 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Shurika View Post

Hello everyone!

Today I receive 6-pack Monsoon Hardline Economy fitings 13/10mm ID 3/8" OD 1/2"

The fitings are great, but my knowledge is poor. Every fiting goes with 2 big o-rings of the same size: 18/13 mm (maybe 17,5/12,5) - they are perfect for tubes and G1/4

Also there is a pack of small o-rings, 12 pcs, size 13/8 mm - they are perfectly stand into the fiting, just under the tube. The pack of every fifting is like on this picture: https://static.digitecgalaxus.ch/Fil...ogressive-jpeg

the question is: am I understand the places for big and small o-rings right or I'm doing something wrong? Thanks for help and sorry for my English

Yes. There are extra because we include spares in case you ever need them.
post #2525 of 4504
Many thanks for reply!
post #2526 of 4504
Want to ask one more time: is there the right place for small o-ring and what function of such a place?
post #2527 of 4504
Just got production samples in of the white molded parts and the CCFL plugs. Very nice =)

I will be taking product pictures this weekend--will post a few here. PPCS has an order in transit for CCFL Plugs so they should have them up on their site by mid-week "ish".

Also inverters are finally done and ready to head out the door.

Have a great weekend everybody biggrin.gif
post #2528 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Shurika View Post

Want to ask one more time: is there the right place for small o-ring and what function of such a place?

Small oring slips over the port side G1/4 thread. The extra is to replace the installed one should you need it. It does not go inside the fitting at all. thumb.gif

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post #2529 of 4504
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Small oring slips over the port side G1/4 thread.
I'm a little afraid to break the small o-ring because of its really small size
post #2530 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Shurika View Post

I'm a little afraid to break the small o-ring because of its really small size

It won't break, its rubber, it stretches. Slide one end of the o ring onto the thread then apply pressure and rotate the fitting, the oring will slide down into it's groove.
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