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Media Stoppers

Discussion in 'Vinyl' started by jmmccann, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. jmmccann

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    I have a Roland Cj-60 vinyl cutter and am trying to order media stoppers for this unit. I've been told by Roland that they are discontinued and they do not have a replacement/substitute part number.

    So, my question is, does anyone know where I might be able to get these for this particular model, and/or if not, does anyone know if these media stoppers are generally the same size and would fit my roller. The diameter looks to be about 1.5 inches.

    Thanks for any help.

    Jeff.
     
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  2. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    stops.jpg

    This is what you are looking for?

    This one from the CJ 500 has a 1 3/8" ID.

    Do you have these yet?
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  3. jmmccann

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    I don't have the media flanges yet. I've been trying to get my orders done before I get to ordering these spare parts. :)

    But yes, I am looking for both those items. :)
     
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  5. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    Bobby, do those just have friction fit or do they tighten inside the core to hold on tighter? If they tighten and actually hold 80 lbs, yes much better, and I might look at getting a set. Was that price for the set? How much to mail to Alberta?

    As for the collar, those can be made either with wood or a couple of PVC pipe if you get the ID right.

    jmmccann, is your roller bar 1 3/8" diameter?
     
  6. jmmccann

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    Yes, the roller bar I believe is 1 3/8.

    I was thinking about wood or PVC pipe. Any thoughts on that?
     
  7. jmmccann

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    Bobby, I think these are what Roland sells now. They look similar?
     
  8. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    If you have a 1 3/8" hole cutter wood would be easiest. The outer cut could be rough and not matter if it's round. Outer cut could be done on a band saw or with a jig saw etc. You may be able to tapp threads in the wood or use a nut set in place (inside the walls of the ring) to thread through for the tightening screw.
     
  9. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    To answer my own question in case others want to know, these flanges do have a knob to tighten and a rubber seal exspands in the core to hold tighter. They seem to work well. They are priced by the each so a set up here was $80.
     
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