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    Default Levelling T-Plus Integrex 35Y

    Hey guys,

    I just took delivery of 2 late 90's T-plus Integrex 35y's.

    First, some pictures.

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    I don't have a maintenance manual for them (I have the rest), so was wondering what's the best way to level them? just on the box ways at the back?
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    Cheers,
    Trav

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    Trav,

    Yes, level the machines using the flat box ways.

    There a several adjustable legs, what I do is support the machine on the outermost three (mimic a 3-point stool), leveling by adjusting these three legs.

    Once level, I snug all the other legs to equal torque as the first three.

    Good luck,

    ToolCat

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    Quote Originally Posted by xa-mont View Post
    Hey guys,

    I just took delivery of 2 late 90's T-plus Integrex 35y's.

    First, some pictures.

    20201019_095646.jpg
    20201019_112129.jpg
    20201019_175342.jpg

    I don't have a maintenance manual for them (I have the rest), so was wondering what's the best way to level them? just on the box ways at the back?
    20201019_114021.jpg

    Cheers,
    Trav
    i think you have an old mazak problem
    probly better than smokin' crack i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by wippin' boy View Post
    i think you have an old mazak problem
    probly better than smokin' crack i guess
    You're 100% correct :P can you blame me though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xa-mont View Post
    You're 100% correct :P can you blame me though?
    no sir......

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    Leveling an Integrex is a nightmare. All I got to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobo View Post
    Leveling an Integrex is a nightmare. All I got to say.
    Care to share why?

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    We bought a lightly used Integrex I-200 ST. Fairly long bed, dual turret, subspindle machine. I cant remember if our tech said it had 9 or 11 leveling screws. You can get twist and sag in so many directions it can be maddening. It took the better part of a week, working steady. And our tech knows his stuff.


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