Mounting a power feeder suggestions
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  Re: RE: Mounting a power feeder suggestions by Carpenter Mark ([quote pid='7356346'...)
you have 10 fingers on two hands? Smirk


if you check twice and things still move I have to conclude either you need a better feeder or a lesson in how much pressure to apply to stock 

As for large radius cutters it will not matter when I set up  the feeder As I  set on the field for a RP cut. I do no get into wheels unless I intended to even cutting arched top panels.


I am happy to help you understand how to set up if you would like; I would rather you keep those 20 fingers Wink
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  Re: RE: Mounting a power feeder suggestions by JGrout (you have 10 fingers ...)
If my cutter is large, with narrow stock, and will not clear the wheels, I remove the center wheel.
Steve





 
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