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    Default Re: Lubricating Z axis of Benchtop Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by dzsflw View Post
    I have the same machine and have had trouble with this. I asked CNCRP for clarification and they said "On the bearing you have the top and the bottom that are red. One side has a screw in it. The hole to grease is on the opposite side."
    Yikes!! As I understood the directions I received from CNCRP I was to remove the screw on the bearing block, instill grease through that hole, and then replace the screw. The screw is on the outside and much more accessible so the directions, as I understood them, made sense. I'll write to CNCRP for clarification.

    I agree, CNCRP really should make a video!



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    Quote Originally Posted by DonFrambach View Post
    I must be missing something.
    How does everyone here reach that screw? Since all the Pro machines have this Z axis, surely someone has figured this out!

    That's the question!! I'm in the same boat.
    I hope someone figures this out before we all have to start replacing Z-axis bearings.

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