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    WTB: Unicolor, ... etc. roller base

    I am looking for a simple roller base for table top rotary processing.
    The roller must be compatible with 220V/50Hz.

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    I hope you find it.

    Check eBay. I just got one from there. If all else fails, you can just roll your drum by hand on a table or countertop.

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    Not very easy to find. I have seen only couple, all listed in US ebay, thus requiring 220V/110V converter.

    So I am still looking for. Anything that can handle Jobo 3010. Simma, Beseler, Durst, ...

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    Don't get a Chromega. They work just fine, but not with the Jobo drums. They only run in one direction but use a side to side wobble that makes the drum walk off the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usagi View Post
    Not very easy to find. I have seen only couple, all listed in US ebay, thus requiring 220V/110V converter.
    My bad. I didn't realize where you were located.

    Good luck.



 

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