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Festo Louver Grover JFA-57/85
Need information on how to operate and maintain a Festo Grover 1957-1960 .
1. The problem is how to adjust the travel distance of the feed pawl for the 2" is 1/4 short
2. How to use interrupters to skip groves at the shutter rails connation.
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You can just sell it to me and I will figure it out for you.
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probably replace that index plate

replace that plate with a spacing suitable for your project. Wouldn't be that hard to make in a machine shop, or by hand if you are both clever and desperate.

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)

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replace that plate with a spacing suitable for your project. Wouldn't be that hard to make in a machine shop, or by hand if you are both clever and desparate.
There was something odd about the set up on the Festo LG's, but I can't recall it right now.
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Thank You

Thank you all the plate will be replaced and I will keep you up to date on the progress
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I might be able to kick up a manual, but it may take a little time.
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