heating a vacuum press

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mikic1
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Location: sweden

Re: heating a vacuum press

Post by mikic1 »

Just in case you need verified press component suppliers, I put all my suppliers in a list here,
https://www.junksupply.com/making-a-heated-press/

Cheers
Miki

Maufils
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Re: heating a vacuum press

Post by Maufils »

mikic1 wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:54 am
Just in case you need verified press component suppliers, I put all my suppliers in a list here,
https://www.junksupply.com/making-a-heated-press/

Cheers
Miki
Thanks for the info, will start without blanket for now and will upgrade later. Good knowledge post about base flattness and camber effects. Building Happy Monkey style too ;-)
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Wheatlpa
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Joined: Fri Feb 12, 2016 11:14 am
Location: Sutton, QC

Re: heating a vacuum press

Post by Wheatlpa »

Hi Maufils,

I actually got my entropy from a place in the states and had it delivered to a parcel pick up company in Vermont. Unfortunately with the border closed this no longer works. The shop in the states is called Jamestown Distributors. Not sure if they ship to Canada but they are really easy to work with. Let me know if you find something closer as I will be starting up building again soon. Too many woodworking projects to get done first!

Pat

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