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miniaturemen Sponsoring Member of TMP02 Mar 2023 11:04 a.m. PST

Hi all

we have a Tiranti Centricast 300 machine with accessories that we purchased a while back as part of a collection and will be listing on Ebay this week.

Never used one before but wondering

A. Do you need the former plug set that was origionaly supplied?

B. Studs and Nuts & mould opener screws do you have to use the ones supplied and that Tiranti sell or are there others that can be used ( I recall seeing a post or video where someone was using some standard nuts with a torque driver, can't find it again when I need it)?

C. Anyone have an instruction manual or is there a downloadable PDF?



Sho Boki Sponsoring Member of TMP02 Mar 2023 12:56 p.m. PST

A. Yes, of cource. In everyday use. Impossible to use without these.

B. I used these opener screws when I used Tiranti rings. After I shall used cupcake rings, no need for them.

C. I have somewhere, comes with machinery, but probably cannot find now.

martin goddard Sponsoring Member of TMP03 Mar 2023 4:15 a.m. PST

Hope you enjoy the machine.
It is lovely and quiet too


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