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Old 22nd January 2005, 12:06 PM   #1
Michael Wiest is offline Michael Wiest  Germany
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I just want to change the membrane of the Sequel II myself.
Has anybody an experience with it? I herad from different material.

Thanks for help.

With best wishes from Germany

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Old 23rd January 2005, 08:49 AM   #2
Calvin is offline Calvin  Germany
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"Just want to.." wird just eben nicht funzen.
Du brauchst ne Folie, ein geeignetes Beschichtungsmittel, geeignete Spacer/Kleber und einen Spannrahmen. Ne Portion Erfahrung wäre günstig, da Du sonst im ersten Anlauf wahrscheinlich etwas versiebst, bzw. kein gleiches Päärchen hinbekommst.

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