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Re: Making a Bennett 966 to visually work
ed1966ss #633077 Tue Oct 13 2015 06:16 AM
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A lot of thought and design went into this . Appears to be a great project.


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Re: Making a Bennett 966 to visually work
K W FRITH #633098 Tue Oct 13 2015 11:04 AM
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Very nice setup Kevin, I'm guessing you have a plasma table to cut those mounting plates?

Finding a good way to make the nozzle handle run the motor is probably the most challenging aspect. My first thought was to insert some type of momentary switch but I couldn't find a suitable switch nor a decent mounting method within the confines of the nozzle.


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Re: Making a Bennett 966 to visually work
K W FRITH #743038 Sat Feb 01 2020 05:30 PM
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Are you still selling these kits?

Re: Making a Bennett 966 to visually work
ed1966ss #743076 Sun Feb 02 2020 12:27 AM
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Ed, That is very cool. A lot of time and effort went into that and I bet it was well worth it. Are you going to post a video (maybe on YouTube) that we could all see someday? I would love to see it in action, as I'm sure many other here on OldGas would also like to see it.

And also a big THANK YOU, for posting your step-by-step instructions and pictures on how you did it. That was very generous of you to share with the OldGas community. I have one of KW Friths motor set ups and they are a great start to this project.

Great job,
Steve

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