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Resurrecting an old thread from the dead. I just purchased IR from an esteemed member of the Café. I received everything that came with IR originally; however, it needs an adjustment Can you someone PM or send email me any instructions on how to adjust IR?
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I sent you a wee message
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Weird, pretty sure directions mention how to adjust it.
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I sent you a wee message


Thanks again Daisy dog for your help. I was able to make the adjustments easily. Thanks for being the definition of "Magicians Helping Magicians."

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On Nov 15, 2020, the Sponge wrote:
Weird, pretty sure directions mention how to adjust it.


The directions mentioned that Jamie Grant has sent three emails about IR, which I am sure covered how to adjust. The person I bought it from didn't have these instructions. The original, written instructions showed how to open and perform with IR. I thought it was strange as well that there were no directions included on how to adjust it.

With that said, I love it, sanded it to remove any small bits of rust, rubbed some oil in the unit to prevent rust, added a few scratches to cover up one seam on one of the short sides, and tested it out on the wife and kids. It passed a tough test since my wife has a sharp eye and quickly tells me what she enjoys (will use professionally) and doesn't enjoy (go back to the drawing board). Now, it handles like a joy, looks like it spare metal that came from a metal shop instead of a jewelry shop, and is just fun to perform.
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I am dusting off (literally) some stuff waiting for real life performances to start . Mine is looking a bit tarnished , which I quite like . Whats your preference for this prop nice and sparkling or dam right down and dirty
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I am dusting off (literally) some stuff waiting for real life performances to start . Mine is looking a bit tarnished , which I quite like . Whats your preference for this prop nice and sparkling or dam right down and dirty


I heard the rumor was your preference to sell it to me. Smile
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On Nov 15, 2020, Daisydog wrote:
I sent you a wee message


Thanks again Daisy dog for your help. I was able to make the adjustments easily. Thanks for being the definition of "Magicians Helping Magicians."

Sean


Hi - I also bought one of these used a while back and have been looking for info on how to adjust. This doesn't seem to be in the original instructions. If anyone could help me out, I'd appreciate it!
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Hansen Chien sells a version of this trick called Holy Wood. It’s solid block of wood instead of a steel block. He has a nice presentation where he says he is turning the cards back to their original form. Then it turns to a block of wood.

https://www.hanson-chien.com/products/holy-wood
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Do the grain lines in the wood lessen the illusion? I don't have Jamie's version, but the steel block seems more formidable.
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Do the grain lines in the wood lessen the illusion? I don't have Jamie's version, but the steel block seems more formidable.


Your answers here in new thread for this new product.

https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......orum=218
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