Prometheus does not drift.
orkan last edited by orkan
I haven't zeroed out my Prometheus for over a year, but I check it before each session just for the sake of good loading room practices.
It does not drift. ... and it couldn't hide drift if it did. Those that don't have a Prometheus don't know that it would take approximately .005 grains to bring that scale up to dead level. I intentionally set mine below the point like this to ensure consistent trickles.
bull81 last edited by
Explain how the off level slightly helps with consistent trickle? You’ve got my curiosity up now.
orkan last edited by
@bull81 The trickle stops when it hits level, and by setting it just below center as you see it, it will keep it from refusing to drop that last kernel... or at least speed it up a touch.