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Old 08-28-2009, 07:31 AM
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Default Adapting a dual regulator for a rotary

In Steves notes on the Dual regulatory set-up he says "Auxiliary output for rotary handpiece pedal or PalmControl can be adapted to regulator on the right.
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Does anybody have a photo of how they have done this?


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Old 08-28-2009, 07:52 AM
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Hi Tom, Here is an older photo of the setup.
Unscrew the barb fitting where the clear line from the airgraver foot pedal connects and screw in a y fitting there. Them reconnect the clear line and also the line to the rotary disc pedal. I have those Y fittings and send them out with the disc foot pedals. The disc pedals are $69 and listed with the airgraver pedals http://www.airgraver.com/Hand_Engrav...OOT%20CONTROLS
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Old 08-28-2009, 08:08 AM
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Default Re: Adapting a dual regulator for a rotary

Order incoming. No hurry needed to send it.
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Default Re: Adapting a dual regulator for a rotary

Is this still the way to do it? My regulator looks a bit different on the classic I just got. Their is only one gauge on mine.

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Hi Seth, They were updated 7 or so years ago with some needed improvements. Check the inside front cover of the manual, there is a photo there. Compared to the older model there is the mode selection to shut idle on/off with a switch. Also a built in auxiliary port for a rotary or connecting a palmcontrol. There is also that optional switch to turn on/off the auxiliary.
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