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    Hello

    Recently bought Axminster AWSS-18 works well, slowly cut out, but there is one problemma:
    Beating sawing right / left about an inch.

    The adjustments did not find you please tell how to fix it?

    Best regards, Sergey.

  • #2
    Hi Sergey. I do not understand your question. If something is out of alignment an inch then you have a serious problem and must speak to the supplier. If you need advice from the forum can you be more specific and explain in more detail what the problem is and I am sure some of us will be able to help you.

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    • #3
      Wrote the message, but it does not appear in the answer.

      Hello
      I do not know English, and use online translator.
      So you did not understand me.
      Try different words.
      On my machine goes not exactly nail.
      There is a heartbeat, offset by the table to 1 inch or 2-3 mm left / right.

      Here a similar problemma just walking back and forth sawing.

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      • #4
        Sounds like you are not able to keep blade on track, that you are getting a slight drift of a few mm left or right, is this correct, even when trying to cut straight line from front to back yes?

        You say heartbeat, do you mean a small amount? as in mm left/right?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sunlion View Post
          Sounds like you are not able to keep blade on track, that you are getting a slight drift of a few mm left or right, is this correct, even when trying to cut straight line from front to back yes?

          You say heartbeat, do you mean a small amount? as in mm left/right?
          No, not true.
          The blade goes right / left idling.

          Run the machine, sawing move left / right.

          http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/beg...htm#post381529
          Here, back and forth, I have a right to the left.

          I began to saw out, everything is fine.
          Last edited by Avalon; 12-07-2011, 05:36 AM.

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          • #6
            Ah I see, clearer now thanks. I can't help you I am afraid but at least it is clear now what is happeneing and someone with experience of these things may be able to help you out. Good luck,

            Sunlion
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