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Thread: anatomy of the carve tight spindle

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    this is ridiculous! It won't budge!! How in the world did this happen anyway?

    I watched a video of how to remove the spindle, and maybe I need to do that. Maybe it would be easier than working upside down. but I don't have the required flat wrench.

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    Jun 2013


    You can take the y-truck off without the flat wrench and that will let you bring the y and z-trucks both out of the machine to give you more room.

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    Sep 2008
    Nuevo, CA


    Looks like the barrel rolled around so the paw? is hidden and the hidden part isn't. Take the Z truck off so you can work on it. Pull the screw almost all the way out and see if you can roll the barrel 180 deg.
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    This is the clamping paw ...the most elusive animal on the internet .....I could not find a picture of it anywhere ...I dropped min in the machine and had to tear it half apart to find the paw .

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