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#1 posted 09-20-2020 09:36 PM

Some thoughts If material isn’t feeding well; if that’s not the problem it would help with more detail of what’s wrong with the rollers.

  • the rollers made need cleaning ? rub them down with simple green and a paper towel
  • maybe the bed is sticky ? clean and wax the bed
  • maybe the blades are dull ? flip them if they are double edged or get new knives
  • maybe in/out feed tables are not level with the bed ? dial them in

Sometimes cleaning, greasing, and minor tune-up tasks make it all better.

-- derek / oregon

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