Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

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RobberOfBostonPlace
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Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by RobberOfBostonPlace » 17 Dec 2017 01:45

Does anybody know where the cartridge should be for Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC? Does anybody have any pictures they could show?

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by tckmet » 17 Dec 2017 02:36

Have not checked here at VE but there may be a protractor for it.

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by Budddhacide » 18 Dec 2017 01:16

Use the Conrad Hoffman arc protractor. If you have an Evo tone arm the pivot to spindle is 212.mm and the overhang is 18.049

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by RobberOfBostonPlace » 18 Dec 2017 01:48

Budddhacide wrote:Use the Conrad Hoffman arc protractor. If you have an Evo tone arm the pivot to spindle is 212.mm and the overhang is 18.049

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Is that for the Project Debut Carbon DC?

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by Budddhacide » 18 Dec 2017 02:55

Hmm, appears not. I thought maybe it has my arm, but it's different. Your's, I believe is 200mm.

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by Budddhacide » 18 Dec 2017 02:58

Just make sure to cut the hole perfectly, and trouble measure it before using to make sure it printed properly.

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by RobberOfBostonPlace » 18 Dec 2017 03:07

Budddhacide wrote:Hmm, appears not. I thought maybe it has my arm, but it's different. Your's, I believe is 200mm.
All I have to do is enter 200mm and leave the rest of the measurements alone?

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Re: Baerwald alignment on a Project Debut Carbon DC?

Post by tketcham » 18 Dec 2017 13:35

Refer to my response to your other post...

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