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  1. petercoulson

    Old books

    McKay is a cover all name and people sometimes refer to DNs as McKay so can be a chain stitcher or a lock stitcher
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    Problems with Gravograph

    The IS200 is quite adjustable to get it flat again
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    Standard 8500

    Mount a switch and use the blue and browns from the broken contactor - not the brown loop wire
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    Standard 8500

    They're magnet based and the coils will have gone. A simple try is to drown them in wd40 (nothing else as some others don't like electricity) or you have to fit modern equivalents which may have slightly different wiring. It's single phase by the look of it? You could just simplify with an on off surface mounted switch - doesn't look so good but would work
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    Vintage Machinery

    The chain stitcher was made by Pedersen of Denmark and would probably have been split to get it in. Chances are it's around 70 years old - is there an age in the catalogue at all?
  6. Do they look like a left and right or both the same shape? We didn't start having lefts and rights until 1818 so that might help a little dating
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    PR88 is the one we sell and people who use it find it works well its like having a pair of gloves on until you wash then apply again - it seems to be the best one looking at reviews - I think it's £11 from us plus post maybe worth shopping around
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    Have you tried barrier cream at all?
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    Converter for 3 phase

    Yes and yes but simple enough for you so long as motors are dual voltage.
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    Converter for 3 phase

    Hi Payson, depends on the stitcher motors and the voltages they can run at, if they are dual voltage 200/400 3ph you can do this relatively cheaply around £150-£200 if not it could be expensive
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    pederson thor

    We have manuals for the 309 through to the Rapid II - the Thor is a 311 from memory
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    pederson thor

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    If you mean the 317 we have manuals for them i believe but nothing electronic
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    What machine?
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    Crash in 'company' vehicle

    It's less than an excess would be anyway but as for who pays it depends on what your contract of employment and driving policy says