ENGINEERING ADJUSTMENT SUMMARY
Welder Jaw Alignment -- continued
3 is an example
of twist misalignment. The movable
adjusted to correct this problem. Two adjustment screws are provided.
Both of them must be used when making a correction. Care must be taken
to prevent any binding on the slide rod.
Verify the proper setting of the slide rod stop screw (item 2, fig. 4). It is
adjusted to maintain 1/4 turn clearance between the end of the stop screw
and the milled flat on the slide rod. The movable jaw must move freely
with both tilt adjustments barring on the jaw.
Prepared by: Roger Harris