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Old 10-03-2004, 06:18 PM   #1
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i just bought a twister com lat. does any one know the right height for the diamond bit. the way that it was set up when i bought it had two gold washers and a thin plastic piece under the bit and when i try to cut the com it hacks up the com so if any one could help me that would be great thanks
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do you mean a comm lathe?
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Sounds like your bit is either too high or too low. You want the bit to contact the comm at it's center or just a touch higher. You space the bit higher or lower with shims. If you didnt recieve any just use thin sheets of metal. It normally takes a little while to get it right.
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Sounds like that bit is toast too.
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