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    When surfacing my spoil board I noticed ripples that can barely be felt by hand. It does not look like the machine is adjustable, so this has me worried. When I take a the spoil board bit and spin it by hand close to the surface of the factory mdf, it leaves a 3/4 circle mark. Clearly the spindle is not perfectly square to the machine but I'm not sure what is acceptable or not.

    What can I do about this? Is there some way to tram a camaster stinger 1?

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    Default Re: Tramming a new stinger 1

    Quote Originally Posted by KT88saturate View Post
    When surfacing my spoil board I noticed ripples that can barely be felt by hand. It does not look like the machine is adjustable, so this has me worried. When I take a the spoil board bit and spin it by hand close to the surface of the factory mdf, it leaves a 3/4 circle mark. Clearly the spindle is not perfectly square to the machine but I'm not sure what is acceptable or not.

    What can I do about this? Is there some way to tram a camaster stinger 1?
    Just as a follow up, the machine was fine when measured.



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