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  1. Würde es vielleicht möglich sein ein 16mm Hammann Messer zu benützen oder an zu passen in meinem 35mm Spalter? Auf photo 2 ist deutlich zu sehen dasz das Messer nach dem Aussenseite "ausgebaut"ist. Total Mass von montageflach ist 3.5mm! (Auszere Scheiderand bis Flachteil des Messers.
  2. Genau und richtig! Völlig einverstanden, und Zahle immer gerne für Wertarbeit. Aber es gibt auch Sinn und Unsinn und wie kennt Mann sich hier mit aus in detail? Gibt es die umfassende Erfahrung und grundliche Kenntnis von dieser super spezialen Hammann Schneideteile die hier bestimmt benötigt wäre?
  3. Hartmetal war es original und ist natürlich die beste Wahl. Als Mann das Teil ansieht ist es klar das es hier ein sehr speciales Stück betrifft das sich nicht einfach kopieren laszt. Mann sollte dann von einem original Rohling ausgehen mussen und eben dann soll Mann die originale Zeichnung (mit Masze, genaue Winkel usw. ) zur Verfügung haben....... Danke für Ihre Empfelung, jedoch.. "Film-technik" zeigt 100,00 Euro pro Stunde......
  4. Meine Sammlerfreunde, Ich traurere. Der geliebte Hammann geht nicht mehr. Es sieht unter vergröszerung aus das es Schaden gibt am hartmetalen Messer. Habe heute mit Herr Hammann gesprochen und er hat leider nichts mehr. Vielleicht noch Rohlinge aber die mussen geschliffen und geläppt werden und diese Apparatur ist schon viele Jahre weg. Ich kann das Ding wirklich nicht verfehlen: Gibt es jemand der mich helfen kann? 35mm, normalschnitt........
  5. Groszartig! Ich danke Ihnen beiden ganz herzlich. Es sieht aus als wäre weitere Eingriffe nicht mehr nötig. Habe mit dem Feineinstellung experimentiert und sieh da...... Ich glaub die richtige Einstellung wieder gefunden zu haben und glücklicherweise war am Schnitt Teil nicht Kaput. Jedoch ist es sehr beruhigend jetzt zwei möglichkeiten zu haben für einen Hammann Reparatur!
  6. Liebe Filmexperte! Habe nach viele Jahre ein Problem mit meinem Hammann 35mm Filmspalter. Mussz fachmännisch nachreguliert werden. Kann jemand mir sagen wie Ich in Kontakt aufnehmen kann mit Herr Hammann ? Es würde mich sehr freuen als einer von Sie mir helfen könnte. Alles bestens, Rob.
  7. Für all Philips und Kinoton Projektoren nur Shell Tellus 37 für das Kreuz-Getriebe.
  8. Over the last 20 years or so, the topic of possible replacements for defective CD-ROM units that would do the job has been widely discussed. All kinds of suggestions and experiences have been published. Also, as you know, DTS has introduced several modifications and kits to enable other drives to work with their units. These required some financial investment which again caused the incentive for users to try and find other solutions. A lot has been tried and some SCSI drives have shown to work pretty well. That being said, the accent has to be on the wording "pretty well". There is widespread experience with alternative drives that indeed do work nicely, but they're never as reliable and trustworthy as the originals. I have done quite some research here myself and have had good results with the Plextor (high quality!) Ultraplex 32x caddy drives that have been in service here for some 10 years now. Like a few other selected brands, they work well...., that is, up until once in a while the system freezes and a reboot will then be necessary to get everything going again. This phenomenon only happens occasionally, but it's not ideal for the perfectionist . So far nothing new. We know that somehow, somewhere in the digital marriage between the replaced CD-ROM drive and the DTS proprietry electronics things are not 100% in perfect harmony with each other. To solve this one needs the original drive, which was an extremely reliable one, that was installed on the DTS-6. That's the one that's still quietly running in many places since it's introduction in 1993. It's the Toshiba XM-3401B. A caddy drive, that runs 1-4x max. and is of exclusive high quality. The whole thing is built on a solid metal casting framework. All others have bent sheet metal as their mainframe.... This unit was very slightly altered / improved in some minor details after about 10 months of manufacture at which time it was relabeled as XM-3501B. These came out of the factory in 1994. DTS issued a "Notice to Field Technicians" on June 16, 1995. Herein they they introduce the XM-3501B as the official upgrade (or replacement) of the former 3401 model, and ask the technician's attention for the required ROM-DOS "Rev.C" or higher to be installed. Any of these two, either 3401 or 3501, which are basically the same would be a great replacement for people who have had problems and have sought their refuge in the use of "alternative marriages"! Problem was: You simply can't find these! That is.... up until now! I've been looking for these for years and at this moment they're available in "as new" condition. They are perfect both for the -6 and 6D models and take my word for it, they perform beautifully at a max. of 4x RPM and will do that for a long time. For me it was the find of the year and I raised the flag when I received these thoroughbreds. I got four of these beauties and received them professionally packed and with quarantee. Here's the link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOSHIBA-XM-3501B-4X-50-PIN-SCSI-CD-ROM-DRIVE-WITH-CD-CADDY-WITH-WARRANTY-/141600211757?hash=item20f807c32d:g:znoAAOSw3YNXaZ0C There's also an added point of interest for those who work with tray-loaders. For me, not the thing to have. A caddy drive for your valued discs is, at least for me, the thing to have! I do hope that all this might be of some value for some of you. Have had this set-up in operation now for quite some time: Never any problem and a full steady green light on the reader. Never a blink. Works like a dream. Highly recommended for those with "self selected"replacement drives.
  9. Over the last 20 years or so, the topic of possible replacements for defective CD-ROM units that would do the job has been widely discussed. All kinds of suggestions and experiences have been published. Also, as you know, DTS has introduced several modifications and kits to enable other drives to work with their units. These required some financial investment which again caused the incentive for users to try and find other solutions. A lot has been tried and some SCSI drives have shown to work pretty well. That being said, the accent has to be on the wording "pretty well". There is widespread experience with alternative drives that indeed do work nicely, but they're never as reliable and trustworthy as the originals. I have done quite some research here myself and have had good results with the Plextor (high quality!) Ultraplex 32x caddy drives that have been in service here for some 10 years now. Like a few other selected brands, they work well...., that is, up until once in a while the system freezes and a reboot will then be necessary to get everything going again. This phenomenon only happens occasionally, but it's not ideal for the perfectionist . So far nothing new. We know that somehow, somewhere in the digital marriage between the replaced CD-ROM drive and the DTS proprietry electronics things are not 100% in perfect harmony with each other. To solve this one needs the original drive, which was an extremely reliable one, that was installed on the DTS-6. That's the one that's still quietly running in many places since it's introduction in 1993. It's the Toshiba XM-3401B. A caddy drive, that runs 1-4x max. and is of exclusive high quality. The whole thing is built on a solid metal casting framework. All others have bent sheet metal as their mainframe.... This unit was very slightly altered / improved in some minor details after about 10 months of manufacture at which time it was relabeled as XM-3501B. These came out of the factory in 1994. DTS issued a "Notice to Field Technicians" on June 16, 1995. Herein they they introduce the XM-3501B as the official upgrade (or replacement) of the former 3401 model, and ask the technician's attention for the required ROM-DOS "Rev.C" or higher to be installed. Any of these two, either 3401 or 3501, which are basically the same would be a great replacement for people who have had problems and have sought their refuge in the use of "alternative marriages"! Problem was: You simply can't find these! That is.... up until now! I've been looking for these for years and at this moment they're available in "as new" condition. They are perfect both for the -6 and 6D models and take my word for it, they perform beautifully at a max. of 4x RPM and will do that for a long time. For me it was the find of the year and I raised the flag when I received these thoroughbreds. I got four of these beauties and received them professionally packed and with quarantee. Here's the link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOSHIBA-XM-3501B-4X-50-PIN-SCSI-CD-ROM-DRIVE-WITH-CD-CADDY-WITH-WARRANTY-/141600211757?hash=item20f807c32d:g:znoAAOSw3YNXaZ0C There's also an added point of interest for those who work with tray-loaders. For me, not the thing to have. A caddy drive for your valued discs is, at least for me, the thing to have! I do hope that all this might be of some value for some of you.
  10. Es ist noch Sinnvoll zu sagen das die Led Diodenspannung überhaupt nicht einstellbar ist. Die Pot Einstellung auf dem pcb hat nichts zu tun mit Diodenspannung und ist ein "GAIN" (Verstärkungfaktor) und soll auf tp1 und -3 auf 4V DC eingestellt werden. Als mann bei max. aufdrehen und optimale Azimuth Einstellung (ohne Film im reader!) nicht mehr als 3V heraus kriegt ist das Ende der Diode näh!
  11. foxhole

    O-Ring als Riemen

    Jeder FP-20 in excellenter Kondition wird ruhiger laufen mit einem Sil.-O-ring statt einen standard V Riemen, wie oben erwähnt. Hat überhaupt nichts zu tun mit die lagerung des Motors, die sehr wenig Resonanz beseitigt. Der O-ring ist ein etwas elastische Kupplung zwischen Kreuzgetriebe mit seinem 24/Sek. schlagartige Belastung und Motor. Die Philips Kreuzen sind kleiner als die Deutsche, und mit diese kleinere Masse laufen diese Getrieben durchaus sehr ruhig. Durch elastische Kupplung im Riemen-FP20 gewinnt mann deutlich noch etwas. Mach's mal!
  12. Habe das gerade sehr ausgedehnt behandelt. www.film-tech.com, film handler's forum. "DTS-6D with recurring problem."
  13. Habe auch noch verschmalte Spalten für diese Geräte wobei sich die Frequenzumfang deutlich verbessert. Aber es sieht aus das Alles schon erledigt ist.....! Habe nichts mehr gehört.
  14. Hallo Sascha, Ich habe noch noch ein neues Exemplar hier. Sehr schwierig zu bekommen! Höre gerne von dir. Rob.
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    Philips FP-3

    Alle Philips (und Kinoton Nachfolger) 35mm Projektoren benützen nur eine Sorte Öl : SHELL TELLUS 37. FP-3, 5,6,7, 56 . FP-20 FP-30 usw.
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