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GLASSFREEK 2013-02-21 9:45am

Once you have used the Fuji a few times its pretty understandable.

Plus this controller has a set point temp, meaning you don't have to tell it how long you want to work, turn it on it will go right to a set point temp and stay there till you run your program. :).

Mike

tammydownunder 2013-02-28 3:12pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by GLASSFREEK (Post 4248241)
Once you have used the Fuji a few times its pretty understandable.

Plus this controller has a set point temp, meaning you don't have to tell it how long you want to work, turn it on it will go right to a set point temp and stay there till you run your program. :).

Mike

And it takes about the same time to make a bead as it takes to reach the set point.


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