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KNOP wrote:Hey not an expert but I'm using a rietschle vte8.
It has a 133l/min max airflow and I run it at 80% speed most of the time. I do however use a lot of duct tape instead of 'real' connectors, so I guess I do have quite a few vacuum losses. My previous pump which did not work had a
118l/min airflow, but was a piston pump, not a rotary vane pump. I suspect the previous pump did not work well was because of the flow ripple of using a single piston vac pump.
jjwharris wrote:That's looking great!
Are you planning on implementing a controller to lift the cutting head up and down? Also, does the pot work fairly accurately for groove width?
In terms of static I don't have much personal experience but I know Todd from Deep Groove Mastering has a video on cutting plastic where he is very cautious about static. Maybe you can get some information from that?
Hanoi wrote:Static is evil, killed my 10 blanks!
Ritter wrote:Hanoi wrote:Static is evil, killed my 10 blanks!
Nice work so far... in terms of the blanks: I know that feeling. I'm just working through something similar myself.
Just out of interest, what angle are you cutting at and with how much weight?
I should probably do an update on my own progress.
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