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  1. But IF you choose to replace your set, drop me a...

    But IF you choose to replace your set, drop me a call :D
  2. You too John!! All the best!

    You too John!! All the best!
  3. Hey guys, Opened both my X belows and checked...

    Hey guys,

    Opened both my X belows and checked these M6 stops. They seem to be stops for the manual operation, the extra travel that is only available manually after the feed has tripped. This...
  4. Your shear pins are correct for sure, but can you...

    Your shear pins are correct for sure, but can you say the same for the one that was on the machine? Be it loose gib, crash or whatever, the shear pin should break first.

    If the original shear pin...
  5. Hey there, what you are saying makes sense,...

    Hey there,

    what you are saying makes sense, but I still have some grey points:

    - the machine should work even without the door-side cover altogether! Thrust bearings on the operator side would...
  6. Hey there John, So this answers what happened...

    Hey there John,

    So this answers what happened to the door-side cover...(somebody had asked that before). That poor taper pin is not a shear pin, not so easy to break...it took quite some force I...
  7. Hold on tight! After all, you have machining...

    Hold on tight! After all, you have machining tools, they are very helpful in...repairing machining tools! You'll get that fixed for sure!

    Did the socket head cap screws break their head? Or was...
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