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The company that Standard took over used to supply strips of anti vibration material. From memory it was about half inch thick and 4 inch wide, Micro is not stable or dense enough, although it will sufice for a while it is not cost effective as the material is better used to gain profit. you would not put it on the stairs would you!!!

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The company that Standard took over used to supply strips of anti vibration material. From memory it was about half inch thick and 4 inch wide, Micro is not stable or dense enough, although it will sufice for a while it is not cost effective as the material is better used to gain profit. you would not put it on the stairs would you!!!

but you would put carpet on stairs, so whats wrong with putting some carpet cut to size under your finisher,, :D

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The company that Standard took over used to supply strips of anti vibration material. From memory it was about half inch thick and 4 inch wide, Micro is not stable or dense enough, although it will sufice for a while it is not cost effective as the material is better used to gain profit. you would not put it on the stairs would you!!!

but you would put carpet on stairs, so whats wrong with putting some carpet cut to size under your finisher,, :D

 

Problem is you gotta keep moving the finisher to hoover it... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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The chosen material has to be dense enough to withstand the constant vibration. Taking into account the total weight of a a modern finisher that rests upon a thin rectangular section of sheet steel then "Carpet or Micro, particularly low density micro or even EVA would not be a suitable choice for this requirement. support at the 4 corners as Peter has mentioned is a cheaper alternative using the proper compound.

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I agree Planet but a bit too good to waste under the Finisher when you can use it on customers shoes for cash.

however having invested a considerable amount of money on your machine, why not "budget" for a couple of sheets of micro or even better the correct anti vibration/noise damping material from the machines supplier! :roll:

 

Lee

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