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Ian Brennan
Posts: 11
From: Sydney
Registered: Mar 2013

 - posted July 13, 2013 04:51 AM      Profile for Ian Brennan   Email Ian Brennan   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hi, I've run out of ideas and need help from the group.

I stripped down part of my Sankyo 1000 - primarily the drive shaft and the shutter blades (I'm making a telecine machine and this is one of the steps).

I had to also remove the film advancer mechanism. And here's the rub.

After reassembling it, the film wouldn't advance. That was because with the blades removed, I'd not relocated the advancer correctly along the shaft.

I've addressed that, so that the film now advances, but now the frame is displaced vertically. Even with the framer slider moved either way.

Here's what it looks like sdrv.ms/12KX0Gw

Tracking Issues

I have both a 1000 and a 100H, so I can compare side-by-side, but I can't see anything else that's different.

Question - is there a simple way to readjust the advancer? If someone has a PDF of the technical manual I would appreciate it.

Thanks in advance.



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Pete Richards
Master Film Handler

Posts: 302
From: Australia
Registered: Sep 2010

 - posted July 14, 2013 07:56 PM      Profile for Pete Richards   Email Pete Richards   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
G'day Ian, I'm on Oz also, I have a 2000, I'm not sure if it is the same as the 1000?
I've built a ton of telecine machines in the past, drop me a PM and I might be able to help.

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