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  1. @Handstitched That vid is by the company I bought it from! There are sliders on the front but I don't know how to use them. I contacted the company that made the machine in the first place, and they sent me a users manual but it appears to be missing the page that shows how to adjust the height. I'm getting it hooked up to electricity on Wednesday, I'll definitely twiddle some knobs at that point, but it feels scary to try to click it without knowing how far down it will press. Good luck with getting the 3ph hooked up, that's what I'm doing this week. It's not cheap! But I think it will be worth it.
  2. I just bought a Pedersen 270M 16 ton clicker and it didn't come with a manual of any sort. I've never had a clicker before so I don't know how to adjust it. Does anyone have a manual for this thing? I can't find anything online, not even a rundown of how to adjust the height. Help!
  3. I've had issues with buckleguy snaps failing, too. Had to switch to brass plate instead, from Oregon Leather. The price is high, so now I'm waiting on some samples from CS Osborne. I use line 20, but I'm sure it's the same issue. The dome piece shears off at the base of the post. It's super frustrating!
  4. Hi folks! I’m new to the forum, I hope this is the right place to post this. I’m considering purchasing a Hytronic cutting press that came up for sale for a good price (I think?) but I really don’t know anything about them so I don’t know what I’m getting myself into. Google search isn’t giving me much info about the press, I’m wondering if the person selling it didn’t give me the whole model number, or if there just isn’t any info online about these things. It’s in the seller’s storage so I can’t test it out first, but I want it to cut 5oz chromexel pieces with the largest die measuring 12” x 6.” My understanding is that the machine is a 220v power, not air compressor. Any info or familiarity you might have with this machine is appreciated. Thank you!
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