Of the SSL parts, the transformer, and the fly wheel are the heaviest.
you want to remove those.
Other things you could remove, actually have some function use, so I don't
you'd want to remove these either (elevator foot, carry handle). There is a
plastic and aluminum on that machine, so it's pretty light as is.
Hokushin made a slot load that was slightly smaller and weighs less than
though these are not as easy to find when compared to the SSL.
On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Floris Vanhoof <2206...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll be traveling with 2 Eiki SSL projectors next week and want to make
> them as light as possible.
> The loudspeakers are out already, as I never use them.
> What else can be eliminated?
> Also: the manual says 11 to 15kg
> But mine are 15kg anyway (even without the speaker)
> Anyone from Budapest on this list?
> Or tips where to find 16mm or slide projectors over there?
> Best wishes, Floris
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