my (metal maslow) sled tilting forward/upward: As you can see on the video i can raise the bottom of the sled easily with my little finger tilting the whol sled forward/upward. This leads to really bad angles. Is there any other way to solve this than to make/buy a new sled?
Even with slow z-axis plunge rates this leads to really bad cuts.
(The chains are not parallel atm but i had someone holding them parallel and it doesnt make a noticeable difference)
I am using a stock metal maslow sled with stock metal maslow z-axis, heightend linkage system (3.5inch) and ridgid router. The frame angle is currently around 12.8 degree.
Is there a way to solve this problem without making a much larger base plate? Could the problem be solved with the bigger/newer version of the metal maslow plate? @MetalMaslow advised to raise the linkage to 3.5inch, which i did and I cant raise the linkage any further because it would collide with the z-axis.