Hello all, this is my first post.
I have my maslow finally set up and working and I have successfully cut a few small test projects. It works quite well and I’m very pleased.
One problem however is that when the machine is working near the top left or right corners of the 8x4 plywood sheet I can hear a lot of ‘clunking’ chain strain sound and I have had problems when the machine is in that area. The tension bunjee cord popped off once and once the slack chain started wrapping around the motor’s gear. The whole operation is still very new to me.
My ultimate project goal s to cut nearly 8 foot long boat hull sections using 4MM thick marine grade plywood. The hull parts are all arranged in a dxf file where the hull patters fill the entire plywood sheet. Can anyone share with me their maslow’s performance at the far reaches of the board and working on a full 8x4 sheet. Are there any modifications or operating tips?
Thank you - Jeff