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Author Topic: Woodmizer LT35HD inconsistent thickness end to end  (Read 2732 times)

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Re: Woodmizer LT35HD inconsistent thickness end to end
« Reply #40 on: October 22, 2018, 10:51:45 PM »
One thing the OP didn't mention is that this is happening to him even on short logs, 4 ft long or so. He has asked me about this problem,  and later this week,  I'm going to see if I can detect something.  I hope I can help him, as he is very frustrated at this point. I'm going to check the bearings under the monorail,  not sure if this could be causing the problem 

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Re: Woodmizer LT35HD inconsistent thickness end to end
« Reply #41 on: October 23, 2018, 09:28:29 AM »
One thing the OP didn't mention is that this is happening to him even on short logs, 4 ft long or so. He has asked me about this problem,  and later this week,  I'm going to see if I can detect something.  I hope I can help him, as he is very frustrated at this point. I'm going to check the bearings under the monorail,  not sure if this could be causing the problem
It will be great that someone can go check out what is happening. The 4ft log is something to do with sawing
I used to have a few issues when I 1st got my mill. I followed Marty Parsons instructions, about 4 years ago, and all my problems went away. I know I am set up correctly if I kick my middle legs and there is the tinest bit of movement in them. IMy end legs do all the work for setting up.
I drop my middle legs and lift each end until the pin clicks in then when you put a good log on, they then start to hold weight. 
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