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VvvvvV 18th January 2007 02:20 PM

how to lubricate some faders?
 
vaseline? bicycle oil? what can I safely use?

XEAGLEKEEPER 19th January 2007 01:11 AM

Try this Faderlub by caig at www.caig.com ;)

BrianDonegan 20th January 2007 08:14 PM

Lubricating electrical contact cleaner.

VvvvvV 20th January 2007 09:41 PM

actually I found that lubrication makes faders a lot more stiff than dry contact because light objects always moved more stiffly through liquid.

I found some excellent faders now that I can pop open and adjust all springy plates inside so they are literally gliding on air. Really chuffed.

Really nice products I will keep a lookout for some. especially the first one-every home should have it:D


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