Re: kem question

From: Ron Toole (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Apr 28 2006 - 10:09:21 PDT


Anna and Jeff,
Thanks for the tips. I'll give it a shot.
Joel has indeed moved Atomic to Burbank, they're now
in the same facility as EEP. Atomic and Editorial
Equipment & Parts (eepco.com) are fine places to get
all your editiorial supplies. Yefim is at EEP.
Thanks again,
Ron

--- Anna Biller <email suppressed> wrote:

> There's a little screw that adjusts the sound speed
> of the KEM. You
> have to take off the box where the controls are and
> go underneath and
> fiddle with it. I haven't done it myself, but i've
> seen it done. If
> you're mechanical it's probably pretty easy. For a
> better description
> of what to do you might call Steve Quick at Atomic
> Films in Los
> Angeles. He's a KEM repairman and an expert on KEMs.
> Their number is
> (323) 462-6200. I know they were moving to Burbank,
> so if that doesn't
> work try calling information.
>
>
>
> On Apr 27, 2006, at 3:54 PM, Ron Toole wrote:
>
> > Anyone know about power surges effecting running
> speed
> > of kem flatbed?
> >
> > On a KEM 8-plate rapid, RS 8A numeric
> designation,
> > also noted 672/83, the running speed is fast in
> > soundspeed forward, slow in soundspeed reverse.
> This
> > was after the power went out mysteriously and I
> > suspect a power surge has tweaked the speed.
> >
> > Anybody know how to adjust the running speed on a
> KEM?
> > Or any online resources about KEMs?
> >
> > Thanks very much,
> > R. Toole
> > San Francisco
> >
> >
> >
>
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