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Camalot 1818

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#55759

Camalot 1818 | 30 July, 2008

Hiyo! My company just recieved a Camalot 1818 from a another company that we are now building boards for to speed up production for their stuff. As some of you may know, the older versions of this model AREN'T supported by speedline. I made a grown man chuckle like a school girl when I read off the serial number this morning.

Nobody at the company who sent us this machine can help me with the installation of this, so I am left figuring it out on my own. I have three steel flex air lines that I do not know where they go, and a plastic black tube that has a T in the middle of it. Does anybody know where I am supposed to plug these lines into?

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RLM

#55761

Camalot 1818 | 30 July, 2008

We have 3 1818's running in our shop. The only hookups we have are air regulated to 85psi, vacuum and power. The machine will not power up with air less than 40 psi.

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#55762

Camalot 1818 | 30 July, 2008

Could you if possible email a few pictures of how the steel airlines are hooked up? This is the older models you have correct? Circa 93/94? My email address is ACrum@eetechinc.com

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RLM

#55764

Camalot 1818 | 30 July, 2008

Ours are 1996 models. No special hoses needed, just attach the air hose and your ready to run.

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