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Tramming a Seig X2D

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joe350r2

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I have a Seig X2D mini mill which I trammed as the manual instructs. I have recently moved and need to do it again. Is there a better way, rather than putting shim in the base?

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joe350r2

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Thank you for the information. That's what I was thinking about doing. It's the same way Uniloy has their blowpin platforms to aid blowpin alignment. I was concerned about it being rigid enough, but then I realised that the cast pads it sits on normally are not much bigger. Thank you for the reassurance

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