Re: K 60 process
What you are missing is Rick is a bit of a slob when running his K-60 which is okay outside but I am sure inside he is more careful. The K-60 has a rear guide hose so the only part of the cable to worry about is the cable in your cage and the cable in front of the machine. I use a drop cloth runner to set my machine on. I then put the cage of cable on the drop cloth just behind the machine. If there is room I leave the guide hose laying straight out the back of the machine. If there is limited room I lay the guide hose in a "U" shape heading back to the machine. With over 20-years of having our shop I never spent a cent on cleaning up a mess from either a sectional or a drum machine.
Originally Posted by ironranger
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