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    Hi All,

    Just got in this 42" Di-Acro for cutting sheets of HDPE and LDPE. Can this be operated without drilling and mounting to the concrete. stomp.jpg

    if I could mount it to something else I would love it but will drill the floor if needed......

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    Jason

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    Stomp Away Never have I ever bolted mine down. Doesn't move at all

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    I have never seen one bolted to the floor either.....I have seen them bolted to 2' x 4's to extend the footprint?

    Kevin

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    Mine moves around a bit - I just move it back

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    In theory they should be bolted down, once it is bolted down the blade clearance can be set and it will stay set. This probably only matters if you are shearing very thin materials. If you adjust the blade clearance to shear .005 brass with no burr and the shear moves the blades could hit. I only cut .035 to .062 and the clearance is set to give a burr free cut on .050 steel so not much chance the blades will hit if it moves around as the floor is flat and smooth where it is sitting. So mine is not bolted down ether.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason H View Post
    Hi All,

    Just got in this 42" Di-Acro for cutting sheets of HDPE and LDPE. Can this be operated without drilling and mounting to the concrete. stomp.jpg

    if I could mount it to something else I would love it but will drill the floor if needed......

    Thanks

    Jason
    HDPE/LDPE, Put the shear where you want it and shear away.


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