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    Default uncapper?

    seen a video on utube, can't seem to find it again. they were using a v shaped blade for uncapping. it was stationary and they slid the frame over it. any idea what it is called?

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    nobody??

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    Sound like your'e talking about the Kelley's vibrating knife uncapper. Take a look at kelleybees dot com. I haven't gone to their site in some time, so I'm assuming they still offer the device. At least this is my take on your description.

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    i have one if your interested....kelly vibrating knife....got it when I bought out an old beek in the area. never used it but he loved it
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    no vibrating. it was a foreign country. looked home made maybe

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    My uncle had a large food service mandolin that he used in the fashion you described. That was 40 years ago, so I can't really remember what he though of it.

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    Island ... you are talking about a mandoline with an "e" on the end. --DeeAnna

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    Last edited by kbenz; 04-22-2011 at 07:22 PM. Reason: link didn't work

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    Looks like it does a good job. Do you think the blade is heated? It appears to have some type of lines running to it, one on each end.

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    I don't know if it's heated or not. does look like it might be. I believe the video is russian?? hoping to get some feedback on it. looks quite interesting. can't seem to find any info on line though.

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    It is Heated you can see the copper lines running too it, below is what I found when I used the translator key
    Russian to English
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    I am interested in your device for printing sotov. where can I look at drawings. My e-mail roman.tazaew@mail.ru

    I am very ponravelsâ your knife to print frames you would nemogli-podelica sizes or Plano.
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    elli1603 3 months ago
    Very simple. Well Done!!!! It only as a warm-up. What is the minimum temperature pump. knives should be.
    5Kirsche1 4 months ago
    Very simple. Well Done!!!! It only as a warm-up. What is the minimum temperature pump. knives should be.
    5Kirsche1 4 months ago
    Very simply, reliably and securely. Well Done!!!!. I haven't quite figured out how much heat the knives. What is the minimum temperature should have knives. 
    5Kirsche1 4 months ago
    Please tell me how to heat the uncapping knife
    Please tell me how warmly uncapping knife
    Thank you
    valeastanciului 4 months ago
    I liked your method for soft cell, what is metal Machim done? And how much current use

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    another one
    http://video.yandex.ru/users/pchelhom/view/3/ - this one doesnt work with hoffman type of frames

    they use steam to warm up the knife, you can se a pot and a hose through which steam passes

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    Thanks for the link... a very interesting uncapping and extracting method.
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