Psilocybin screws too much with your perception of reality during a trip. Some peeps are never the same agian.Its magic mushroom time is it not ? that would make it more interesting, never tried them/never will but ive heard a few stories about peeps taking them over the years
Is that a sleeve 31a put to good use? I remember those from my apprentice training at Shirehampton, 1982!So, the other night my Juperjack heavy duty actuator decides it's not going to move with the E2 error, infact this has happened a few times this last couple of weeks after freezing temps. A warm kettle of water first in the actuator arm made no difference until I tried the same on the motor, then it worked. On closer inpection the gasket seal holding the motor cover has perished obviously letting in water. This is crap, after a few months of use, this actuator has hardly had any use even though it has been in storage a few years, this should not happen!
I gently undid the screws holding the motor and yes, the water drains out!
My solution after cleaning it all out is a telecoms external joint lid, which are not used in the field any more, nice snug fit with dessicant packs also in the top half...View attachment 90892
Hehe, spent many years outside jointing, infact had course at Shirehampton myself around 1992.Is that a sleeve 31a put to good use? I remember those from my apprentice training at Shirehampton, 1982!
Agreed Alex, I will be in touch with Dave about it, although its not his fault, he just sells them. They use a crappy carbon fibre type gasket, seen them in the plumbing trade, had on go in the loo cistern some time back.Chris, this is inexcusable. SSS should know about this...
It´s been a while since I saw one, went in the offices!Hehe, spent many years outside jointing, infact had course at Shirehampton myself around 1992.
It's a sleeve 30D, the 31A was much larger and sleeve 32 was even bigger.
I work inside now, so not go any, but it was great that resin, used in air blocks. The 30D lid was rescued from the bin, thought, I can make use of that!It´s been a while since I saw one, went in the offices!
Slightly ( well way ) off topic, how much two pack resin have you squirrelled away, that stuff was brilliant!
Sorry, back to topic!
My main SuperJack QARL 3636 for E-W on the 1.8 also has some play in it CJ, about 2mm in total and it's not all that old. The 24" SJ for inclination has about 1mm slop as wellWelp, got up early this morning to check my actuators to see if any can be of any use. Erm... they are all crap.
2x SuperJack 3624 HD (heavy duty, not high def) ones both have a bit of play in the worm drive (about 1mm). Doesn't sound like a lot but it translates into a fair bit of accuracy issue... One of them is brand new - never used.
1x SuperJack 3024 XL HQ (?) - seems to be a ball screw type but designed to take 30v instead of 36v. Used but in good visual condition. Again, a bit of play in the worm drive but it seems like it's more of the play inside the gearbox rather than the worm drive itself. Ball screw types (if it is indeed that) shouldn't have any play there. Need to take it apart to see if there's anything that can be tightened there.
1x Venture Skylighter - this is the acme type (i.e. a normal thread/nut worm drive). Again - play in the drive.
This can't be normal. Surely, they don't ALL have play in them? I can't risk buying a £400 Venture ball screw jack to find it has the same problem....
Welp, got up early this morning to check my actuators to see if any can be of any use. Erm... they are all crap....