ES3: Visiting Strietman - Page 5

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FotonDrv

#41: Post by FotonDrv »

Thank you.
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fransg (original poster)

#42: Post by fransg (original poster) »

I talked to Wouter Strietman and he told me the rubber V rings on the piston are identical to the ones on the Elektra Microcasa.

These and other parts Wouter would happily also make available through a US distributor like OE.

As with other lever machines, getting third party gastets can get you minute differences in size, which may or may not always work pefectly, but they are never expensive and you can always revert back to the parts shop that Wouter runs which is planning to add to his website as online ordering options.

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#43: Post by fransg (original poster) »

The ES3 was demonstrated in a small booth on the huge "Woonbeurs" fair here in town, where entrepreneurs in interior design / furniture / kitchen / hobbies displayed their novelties: