Went out and fiddled with it a little last night. Seems like I had the squeeze roller pretty tight. I loosened it all the way, then held the trigger at a low wire speed, and tightened the wing nut until it just would push the wire. I thought I had the big wing nut on the spool loose, but it was fairly tight, too. Time for a new spool anyway, and I'm going with .035 wire and a .045 liner. Got some welding to do in the next few days, and this should tell if it's just adjustments, or something internal.
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I have two containers with oak (?) flooring. I have a roll around router table, and a small table saw that I'd like to mount to the floor, but be able to unmount it quickly. Where can I find some type of t bolts that I can drill an oversized hole in the wood, put the female anchor in there flush with the floor, secure it in, and have enough room around it to blow out chips once I take it loose? I have a router table on a base, table saw, and metal bender I'd like to anchor down. I think if I use a lag, the hole will wallow in the wood. I could take some square plate, cut some vent blow holes, drill it, weld a nut on the underside, rout out a place on the floor, and mount that with countersinks, but I was wondering if there was anything available that was pre made that I could just slam down.
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