re-surface tool length sensor.

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Evan Corey
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re-surface tool length sensor.

Postby Evan Corey » Fri, Apr 10 2015, 9:17AM

Over time my tool length sensor has become pitted in the very center of the hard plastic pad, from use over the life of this machine. I am wondering if it would have any effect on the accuracy of the sensor if I were to sand the surface of the sensor

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Richard White
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Re: re-surface tool length sensor.

Postby Richard White » Wed, May 06 2015, 7:31AM

You can do that, I just used .2 thick nylon sheet and made another one...OR you can request a replacement from Thermwood, they have them.


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