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StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:52 pm
by John Galt
For those who bought a flute from Mile Hi, HBS, Brewhaus, or SD... someone at SD developed a manual. Personally, I know it works, as I read it 100 times before I ever made a run on my flute. I didn't buy mine from them, but have bought a lot of stuff there over the last couple years. Anyway, the point is, you can learn to run a flute from following these procedures. Once you get the hang of it, you will make your own changes to the process. Good Luck!

https://www.stilldragon.org/uploads/man ... 140116.pdf

Re: Flute Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:00 am
by just sayin'
Thanks John! SD's manual is an excellent reference.

Re: Flute Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 2:42 pm
by punkin
Crozdog wrote the manual for us and did a great job. He also wrote the Gin Basket manual.

We didn't have it written to cover other peoples products, but i guess it saves them looking after their customers themselves :roflmao:

I edited the title to reflect that it's a StillDragon Manual rather than a generic 'flute' manual. Credit where credit is due and all.

Re: Flute Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 12:34 am
by John Galt
punkin wrote:Crozdog wrote the manual for us and did a great job. He also wrote the Gin Basket manual.

We didn't have it written to cover other peoples products, but i guess it saves them looking after their customers themselves :roflmao:

I edited the title to reflect that it's a StillDragon Manual rather than a generic 'flute' manual. Credit where credit is due and all.



No argument from me, and apologies to all who may have been slighted. Completely unintended. SD offers a great product at a great price. I didn't quite have enough money for all I wanted to do, and had a slight amount of know-how and some folks to help. I was lucky.

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 3:27 pm
by punkin
No mate, not at all slighted. We decided to put it out for everyone knowing it meant that other companies would use it as we believed the benefit for people was worth it and we believe in paying back for all the knowledge we have gained over the years.

Just wanted to set the record straight and very glad you found our manual and our products useful.

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 6:32 pm
by Pa_bon
Well put Punkin. Many have learned much from those willing to share

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 12:08 am
by FullySilenced
Since we're all pirates here.. i suggest we make John Galt walk the plank for snagging the SD manual... :doh:

:roflmao:

good to see Punkin get it sussed out

happy stillin,

FS

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 11:34 pm
by Tracker
Can't remember the last plank walking we had.

Must be getting old.


Cheers.

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2016 9:47 pm
by crozdog
Cheers Punkin. The paying back concept was a big part of why I developed them.

I'm glad to see that people are not only using them but also appreciate the work that went into em. You will note that I refer to them as guides on the cover page - deliberately so that you can get started then adapt as you see fit.

Re: StillDragon Dash Owners Operating Manual Link

PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:06 am
by John Galt
crozdog wrote:Cheers Punkin. The paying back concept was a big part of why I developed them.

I'm glad to see that people are not only using them but also appreciate the work that went into em. You will note that I refer to them as guides on the cover page - deliberately so that you can get started then adapt as you see fit.


I survived the plank walk. I'm a better than average swimmer according to those who don't know. :)

For the rest of the record...I have many parts on my flute from SD, likely about 1/2. I'm an advocate for their service, and their products. Top notch.

Love their pex irrigation setup (at least it looks and feels like pex). Color coded for me.

The other thing I would note, is the youtube videos for the Dash 2. Those are pretty awesome for the newbie, and demonstrate some mods to the "original" design that are useful in a tight space. SD has helped revolutionize the craft.