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MotionStructureAssemblyFineTuning28Oct09 002a  [52 of 85] ExhibitPlus MotionStructureAssemblyFineTuning28Oct09 002a
28-Oct-09 Using a 1940's Brown & Sharpe Test Set, which I just learned how to use, Bill takes measurements on the crosshead guide bars to find out why the crosshead is 'sticky' in spots. Conclusion; The guide bars are warped. This is where a press would come in handy to straighten them out, but we make do with what's in the shop.