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hi there,I think the site is not going to be fixed because we lost all the content and I have no time to recreate it. If I remember right, then entire fit was 630eur + postage. also can be bought only 3d printed parts, or laser cut ones, etc.
The original ones are gauge 8 and LK150 model, which has 6.5 gauge.you might find this useful: http://www.aboutknittingmachines.com/sr-by-model-~-accessories.htmlIt means LK150 is a bit thinner. It might work though. I think you should try.
Hi again!I found the measures of LK150 needles and they are 1cm longer from the LK120 ones that we are originally using.Look here:LK150: http://shop.sckmcl.com.hk/product_info.php?cPath=40&products_id=138and in our tutorial you found measures of the needle: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nrkddmp5kf053zp/pdf_circularknitic_version_dec16.pdf?dl=0you better email me, then it is easier to communicate that blog comments.
Hi!This is exactly the problem we tried to explain during the class. Only option is to re-design Circular Knitic for the new needles. We haven't done it yet. However, it is in our near future plans.You can give it a try to re-design the machine for the new needles!
i don't think you have so big 3d printer. also you will never get 3d printed parts so robust as 5mm laser cut plexi, i believe.
1212 is just a date. i have printed them in Ultimaker 2
yes, our web was hacked and we are still recovering from this
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