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Old 21st December 2004, 03:35 PM   #1
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Question SME model 10 Armboard cut?

Hello,

I own a SME model 10 Tonearm. I've installed this arm on my Oracle delphi MK3 TT, using a standard SME-Oracle armboard.

Because the model 10 has different mounting compared to the other SME arms I had to modyfy this armboard.
I have done this manualy using a drill and a Dremel. The sound quality is ok but because I did everything manualy it doesn't look very good and also when adjusting HTA the arm does not slide as easy as it supposed to slide.

I was hoping someone has the exact drill-plan for a sme model 10 arm so I can have a proper laser-cut armboard made.
Maybe someone with a SME model 10 turntable, who has upgraded the arm still has the original armboard and can draw the drilling pattern for me.

thanks in advance

Eric
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