DC Ross Posted April 25, 2009 Report Share Posted April 25, 2009 Hey all, I picked up the Jet 16-32 at the Seattle woodworking show last weekend. It's been on my list forever and I was finally able to get a decent deal on it So far this week I've run 6 bodies, 6 fretboards, 2 neck blanks, 4 quilted maple tops and multitudes of other miscellaneous bits through it. I'm really digging it! The belt changes are a snap, which is something I had concerns about -- for some reason, Wood magazine complained that it was difficult. One issue that I'm having right off the bat is the conveyor belt tracking. When looking at it from the infeed side, the belt tracks to the left, so I tightened the left side & loosened the right side (as per the instructions). In order to get it to track correctly, now the left side is very taut and the right side is completely slack - so much so that the belt is buckling and if I'm sanding something thin, like 1/8" or less, the conveyor gets sanded as well. Any advice? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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