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Tyrone D

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#1 posted 06-10-2012 03:20 AM

The problem that a few other Lumberjocks made me aware of with link belts: They’re not designed to go on a cabinet saw, or that it wont benefit from having a link belt. It’s two fixed points and the pulleys can be aligned near perfect. Link belts excel on contractor saws as the motors are suspended and the belt tension is from gravity. Oftentimes these arms are hard to align and it’s a longer distance than a cabinet saw.
That’s my interpretation of what I learned about link belts.

-- --Tyrone - BC, Canada "Nothing is ever perfect, we just run out of time."

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