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#1 posted 09-17-2010 11:27 PM

I like the machining on the Jessem Master Lift. Looks like they are using brass or copper bearings on the two fittings that ride on what are probably hardened and ground shafts and that the router lift movement is controlled by a lead screw using Acme threads. If you miss your number I take it you crank back far enough to get rid of the backlash and try again? How much time does it take to crank the router up or down for the full distance allowed?

Thanks for the welcome. Hope I don’t wear it out to soon. ;>)

-- Jon Banquer San Diego, CA CAD / CAM programmer, CNC Machinist


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