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"Electro Pounce" (Issue) / Intrama Brand

Discussion in 'Hand Made Signs' started by momo, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. momo

    momo New Member

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    Hi,

    I found this, but I'm not sure it's ok :
    pic_ca.003.jpg


    This one seems to have two positions too, low one is 12v, high one is 15v...but with a really low Amp (if I'm not wrong)


    See attached:

    pic_transformator.jpg


    I tried it:
    it's working on the metal with no prob, but nothing happens on the paper.
    I'm using a roll of paper used for meeting rooms board.
    I tried with White kraft paper
    And tried with a kind of "tissue" paper (silk?) in french we say "papier de soie"


    To check if there was any trouble due to a lack of power (may be)
    (Looking at the electro pounce one, I think you can push the power to a higher level...than this one / May be i'm wrong)
    On the "tissue" one it's burning 4 holes on a 15cm line try...


    Do you need a minimum "volt power" to burn the paper?
    Or a specific paper? (Butcher one?)


    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    it looks like that thing is used to engrave metal, not create pounce patterns

     
  3. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    Nerbaska
  4. momo

    momo New Member

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    Thnx for your answers!
    I was wondering what was the difference "finally", is it just a "voltage" & "amp." thing?
    Because it seems to be the same kind of electric stuff in fact...isn't it?

    It seems The Electro Pounce is hard to find so I wondered if there were any similar solutions ....somewhere...
     
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