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Parker EZ cut brass

Parker EZ cut brass

Parker EZ cut brass

Ok i know someone said something about this in a thread a long time ago but I couldn't find it. Does anyone know where the brass shavings are coming from in an amada fo3015 with the EZ cut system? I have clean air in all my filters until they go into the machine.. amada didn't know, Parker didn't know and airgas didn't know so is there any body out there??

RE: Parker EZ cut brass

is it falling on ur lens?

RE: Parker EZ cut brass

no it was in our inline filter on the carriage and ruined our regulator. Turned out to be the pressure valve that comes with the small air tank in the ez cut system

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