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    Any ideas what this stuff is called (often seen on Stepcraft machines) and where you can get it from please?

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    I believe motedis and ooznest sell this type. Probably eBay too.

    RS components has a range of dust cover strips too for different width slots.
    Last edited by Nealieboyee; 10-09-2019 at 12:24 PM.

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    Neal - thanks for the reply, but those aren't quite what I'm looking for. The Stepcraft machines have the gantry side plates running in a slot with a flexible rubber(?) strip either side to stop swaft getting down into the ballscrews, guides, belts whatever, sorry the photo's not very good. I've looked at rubber draught excluder strips, but all I've seen so far are a bit on the stiff side

  4. #4
    Hi Voicecoil


    This company will have the extrusion you are looking for.
    It can be rolled up and posted


  5. #5
    Thanks John, I hadn't thought of silicone, I was expecting polyurethane or natural rubber from the abrasion resistance angle.

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