When my infeed table is even with the cutters (right adjacent to the
cutters), the infeed table is higher then the cutters at the far end
of the infeed table. Since the DJ-20 has a parallelogram mechanism,
the way you adjust it must be different from the general methods I
have seen published. Is there a set of instructions specifically for
fixing sag in DJ-20 tables?
Can you email them to me also? I currently own a DJ-20 and while everything
seems to be sweet right now, I don't know what the situation may look like 7
years down the road.
use email below, don't use 'reply'
It looks like you need a spanner wrench. I don't know if the Borg carry
such a thing. Perhaps in a well-stocked auto store. I have one made for
bicycle repair (need it to get the bottom bracket out on my bicycle) that
would do the job.
Here's an idea of what designed for bike repair looks like.
It seems to me that Delta sells spanner wrenches that fit the eccentric
bushings... at least that's my recollection of discussions with them over my
DJ-20 saga. The short version of the story is I took delivery of 3 before I
got one not damaged in shipping.
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