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Old 07-19-2008, 03:47 PM
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morso manual

hi everyone my name is lawrence,Ive just purchased a crap load of framing gear and im hoping to get to start doing some framing soon.
in all the gear is a morso mitre cutter and I was wondering if anyone knew where i could download a users manual?
any help and advice greatly apreciated

these are the things ive got so far ... tell me what u think good or bad Im wanting to eventually start a framing biz/hobby part time

Morso Mitre cutter with left hand and right hand support bars plus 1 set of spare blades ( worn but useable)
Casesse CS 810 Pneumatic underpinner
C&H 60" Straightline mountcutter
C&H Oval/Circle mountcutter
Fletcher Terry wallmounted glass cutter. (will take glass upto 6'X4')
Guillotine table with foot operated clamp. (Works perfectly, but adjuster knob need new wire loop underneath)
Ademco 60"x40" Vacuum heatseal/mounting press. (This is massive, but the most useful piece of kit ever)
2 Senco Pneumatic staple guns for fitting backing into rear of frame
1 Pneumatic Flexitab gun
Bambi air compressor (A bit old now, but works OK)
Airlines & fittings
2 Very solidly built 6'X4' workbenches
Mountboard rack with work surface on top
Enough Senco staples to last a V long time!
1,000's of Cassese wedges for underpinner
Browser Rack to keep artwork in
Screws, D rings, picture wire, woodstain, some wood paint, very nice moulding corner samples, floor mounted rotating sample display stand, box of fittings for aluminium frames
Ruling pens for mountboard decoration plus various inks
Production stops for Morso (Useful for making multiple frames of the same dimensions)
cheers Law
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Old 07-19-2008, 03:55 PM
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Re: morso manual

Welcome to WetCanvas, Lawrence! I've moved your post to the Studio Tips/Framing forum as they're more likely to be able give you the answers you need.

If you need any help navigating the site or figuring out its quirks, please come back to the New User forum and let us know -- it's what we're there for...
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Old 07-19-2008, 06:05 PM
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Hi and welcome to WC! We're glad to have you here. Please read the sticky posts at the top of the new user page and use the forum jump box at the bottom of the page to find the different forums. The moderators and guides also have useful links at the bottom of their posts to help with the different features of the site. WC has lots of great information for you and lots of friendly people. Have fun exploring the site!
I did do some googling to see if I could find a manual but didn't find one.

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Old 07-22-2008, 07:22 PM
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Re: morso manual

Is it the free-standing foot-operated machine? Try:

athena.uwindsor.ca/users/r/rabide1/thestore.nsf/831fc2c71873e46285256d6e006c367a/d30ea45776be0fd785256f080067a2ce/$FILE/Morso Miter Machine Manual.doc

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wow. sounds like you got a full-blown framing shop. good luck with that.
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