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Old 14-04-2018, 01:38 PM   #31
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IMHO despite Rupes being a brand leader, their supply and support of information was poor for the Mille 900K.
Mille has been designed as a system and very well engineered. The machine has innovations on the FR side. They have designed pads and compounds (slow to be available) for the tool to cope better with the FR torque and temperature factors.
Already seen a review where Rupes pad was used with Scholl, so the opinion summary given was flawed.
The Mille system sits between the Rotary and the LHR15MK2 and each either side does their job better. Mille will cut quicker with less work with the right compound and wool or MF pad, not the blue foam.
Its a very good machine, but buy the LHR15MK2 first.
Thanks Tony...

Thought I would just give the Mille a try something very different from my DAS6. Hopefully it does what I want, already just from picking up you can tell the quality compared to the DAS6. It just feels right!



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Old 15-04-2018, 11:19 AM   #32
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Yes good bit of kit Rob, just be sure to only use the compounds supplied with those Rupes pads. They are designed with more R&D, time and money than realised by most to compensate for the FR and the temp concern.
Suggest you go get a few more of those wool pads from JH at Slims and ask him to save some litre bottles when they arrive soon.
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