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Category - Retro C

Abnormal Amounts of Lumber “Cross Up” Errors

The Retro C is equipped with sensors that are constantly detecting the position of the lumber as it is loaded onto the material feed arms. As lumber passes by the sensors they measure the position of the board on each side to make sure that the board is not cross up.
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Checking the Alignment of the Saw Blades

A "crashed" blade occurs when the Retro C's carriage tries to move in, toward the stationary side while there is still lumber in the saw. When this happens one or more of the saw blades themselves can become damaged, break or bend. But more often than that, the entire head will move slightly on the motor mount that connects it to the frame.
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