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    96 gauntlet 8/10... disassembly in the morning!!

    Ok so I'm going in the morning to disassemble the press!
    Any words of wisdom from those who have done this before, before I get up there?
    I'm going to make sure that "EVERYTHING" is labeled and marked before disconnecting it.
    Are there any special tools I need to take?
    I'm just afraid I'm gonna get there and not have everything I need!! Lol.
    Are the printheads cool to just set on the ground, or should I build some kind of support for them on the pallets?
    I've watched the m&r vids on setting up a sportsman over and over and over.
    Is the gauntlet pretty similar as far as overall procedure of setting up? I'm planning on just going backwards of the vid for the tear down?
    Any words of advice word be great!!
    Also looks like we are using a pallet jack and a lift gate to load everything. Fork truck plan fell through on the load end... I have a fork truck available for the unload at my shop.

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    Re: 96 gauntlet 8/10... disassembly in the morning!!

    I would recommend 3/8” battery driven impact gun, 6” long 3/8” extension. Impact or standard socket set 3/8” drive allen socket set. Electrical wiring number labels (some way to mark wiring before separating if it is not identified)

    No wiring should be cut for dismantle. All are spade connections or fork type connections landed on screw terminals.
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    Re: 96 gauntlet 8/10... disassembly in the morning!!

    Thanks Tony... got everything tore down today! Everything is labeled. I spent most of my time doing that.
    Cant find a fork truck on the load in side so I think we are going with a lift gate on the truck. Wasn't too bad really once I got everything labeled..
    found this in head 8. Bare wires laying on the steel platform...? I wonder if this has anything to do with the press not being able to double stroke on head 8?
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    Re: 96 gauntlet 8/10... disassembly in the morning!!

    I recommend having an M&R technician install the press at your facility, at that time they will go thru the wiring and functions of the press.
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