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Why are humps and notches of a timer cam plate sharply pointed

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To make sure of the time that the device will switch on/off or cycle
in use the armature rotates approximately 1 rev/hour, slowed down by a multi stage gearbox, & multiplied in force by the same factor
the switches are 1/2 ounce pressure,
there is no difficulty with timer motor being able to move the switches
do not file them 'smooth' it causes difficulty with program shifts
(have done it, once, only once, never again)

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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