Posted by Gregg on June 28, 2017 at 07:39:12:
In Reply to: Re: 104 blade sharpening anomaly posted by Dimebag on June 27, 2017 at 12:19:28:
There are (2) separate cutters that can be adjusted individually. Than can be moved horizontally and vertically relative to the work piece. They can also open and close (kind of like a clam shell) relative to the work piece. With regard to the cut depth/reduced diameter from sharpening, the blades remain fixed and the part is fed toward the blades. The infeed of the part is changed to compensate for reduced cutter diameter. The cutters have been moved with blades being the same diameter to eliminate the step. The problem is the blades had to be moved so far off center from one another. The result is an awful sounding cut because the blades are not working as a pair, the blades bind on one another or there is not enough clearance to adjust blades for tooth contact.
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