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      Yasaka Clicky Press II

      Has anyone used the Yasaka Clicky Press II? Comes without any manual/instructions regrettably...

      Although it seems pretty straightforward to use, there is 'middle' piece of wood similar to the two external ones for the press and I am not sure what it's for!

      Maybe, when you glue only one side?! Because it takes space in between the (external) wood frames and there isn't much! Unless I have to take the whole things down before 'inserting' my newly glued blade?

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      I removed the middle bits. I think its for really thin rubbers/setups - but as mine is max both sides, I removed the middle bits and it works perfectly for me.

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      I also removed the extra wooden bit that came with it.

      I've used it about 5-6 times so far and it's great. I usually glue both sides to the blade and place a sheet of paper between the press and the rubbers as the tacky rubbers that I use stick quite hard to the surface of the press if they get direct contact.

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      I do the same thing , I just use the plastic rubber protectors to prevent them from sticking ...
      Quote Originally Posted by mart1nandersson View Post
      I also removed the extra wooden bit that came with it.

      I've used it about 5-6 times so far and it's great. I usually glue both sides to the blade and place a sheet of paper between the press and the rubbers as the tacky rubbers that I use stick quite hard to the surface of the press if they get direct contact.
      Lets go Spinny Looping !

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