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#1 posted 12-03-2018 11:37 PM

Yes, its very common to have to shim a machine. Floors are seldom perfectly flat. Ive worked in heavy industry for 50 years and all of the big mill’s, drill presses, and lathes are shimmed and leveled, before bolting to the floor. I had to shim one corner of my PM66 because the concrete floor was not perfectly flat, no big deal, its rock solid now even after 25 years.

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