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Re: Are you a powerpro owner?

#274263 by bainin » Wed Sep 09, 2020 2:12 pm

When my PP driver died, and I had dis-assembled the whole thing. It was clear that 1 of the screws holding the powerpro LCD/Display unit in place was loose. As mentioned above-it isnt held on by much and is limited in screw length by the possibility of driving it thru the back of the LCD circuit board if you use a too-long screw.

To reinforce the bad plastic screw joint-i filled it in with epoxy and drove the original screw into it. Now its snug again.

I wouldn't use the lcd/display unit for moving the headstock around-but I understand how it could happen - it is a prominent feature to get a hold of !

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Re: Are you a powerpro owner?

#274354 by Chad » Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:49 pm

I've seen the powerpro rip 2" thick red oak and rock maple. I'd like to see the digital readout while ripping a piece of apitong trailer decking.

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Chad
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    1963 Shopsmith Mark V "Goldie" 1-1/8 hp Serial # 379185
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    1994 OKUMA LB15 II OSP7000
    2017 OKUMA LB3000 EXII SPACE TURN MY OSP P300

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Re: Are you a powerpro owner?

#274383 by rcoder » Sat Sep 12, 2020 12:46 pm

I have one (2 yrs) and really like it

Bob C

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