Fellow Maslowians (found that term when scouring the forums for my issue, lol). So I’ve got my default frame assembled, have my setup calibrated, worked out the kinks in my software workflow, but am having issues with the sled raising from the workpiece when making vertical cuts.
I know that the chains should be parallel to the workpiece, so I adjusted the height of my ring as much/high as I could, but the chains still are angled in/down toward the workpiece, so I THINK I need to raise the ring more to get the proper angle. Then I see in other posts that you can move the motors back to get the proper angle, would this work? Otherwise I will have to add in spacers to the L brackets to get my ring higher. Would love any insight anyone has!
Also, I’ve seen the picture showing how the sled should hang if you pull the chains away from the work area
Is it picture 4 that I am shooting for? So when I hold the sled away from the workpiece, the sled should hang parallel to it? If so, what do I adjust? The ring height? Position of the bricks (would sliding them in and out of the bracket change that angle)? I’m at the point now where I have to apply pressure on the lower ring brackets while it cuts to keep things on there