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Thread: Hammer A3-31 - Help me eliminate snipe

  1. #31
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    Thank You Lance.

  2. #32
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    That is a great article. I have the grizzly 12" J/P with a slight bit of Snipes on the leading edge. Haven't done anything about it but your article made me change my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastien La Madeleine View Post
    Excellent article Lance!
    Thanks Sebastian. That was the first time Iíve made a video to support a blog article (Iíve got a general, but rather eclectic blog too), and being able to take screen shots for the images made it very easy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Drackman View Post
    That is a great article. I have the grizzly 12" J/P with a slight bit of Snipes on the leading edge. Haven't done anything about it but your article made me change my mind.
    Good luck, Iím glad it has managed to help one person.

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    Video - adjusting feed rollers pressure

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Derr View Post
    Hey Edwin,

    If you ever have any trouble again with your machine reach out to me here; I'll be glad to help you out and make sure you're well taken care of.

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread....ort&highlight=

    All the best

    I'm having the same trouble and would like to adjust the tension on my rollers... is it possible to repost the video as the link doesn't seem to work anymore.

    Regards from the North
    Marty

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    video link

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Parrish View Post
    https://txbonds.zenfolio.com/p90543695/ec17054f1

    check out this video Felder sent me to help adjust roller tension. Got mine worked out doing this with some trial and error.

    Having same problem ... is it possible to repost video as the link doesn't seem to work.

    Thank you,
    Marty

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    Was this the one?


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    Sorry, I closed my zenfolio account recently.

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