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Retro C: Replacing a Saw Blade

Supplies Needed Torq Wrench or Ratchet with 20ft lb. settingT40 TORX BIT Warning: Before entering the saw make sure you have engaged the emergency stop with the key and take it with you as well. Always lock out, tag out the machine during maintenance in accordance...

Checking the Alignment of the Saw Blades

This article will discuss what steps you should take if you suspect that one or more of your 5 blades are out of alignment. Maybe you have “Crashed” a blade or blades or maybe one of the blades has become misaligned overtime. This article will cover what...

Diagnosing Unknown Noises Coming from Blade Motor

If you are experiencing constant or persistent noises coming from one of your blade motors the cause is typically one of three things. Reason Number 1: The (normally blue) shroud that covers the encoder is vibrating and you are hearing the noise of metal on metal as...

Yaskawa V1000 Blade Programming

Programing a Yaskawa V1000 Drive There are likely 5 Yaskawa V1000s on your Retro C, (2) on the stationary side and (3) on the carriage side. Each Yaskawa V1000 talks to a VC-1 and has its own specific address and that is what we are going to be programing into the...