[Homeroast] assenhaus Knee Mill adjustment fix

Brian Noriega bknoriega at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 7 20:38:09 CDT 2015


I wrapped a rubber band around the screw. I think it works well. 

Brian

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> Date: Sun, 5 Jul 2015 18:10:14 -0700
> From: "Ken Schillinger" <Ken at whidbey.com>
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> Just wondering if anyone here has come up with a simple way to keep the
> adjustment nut on the Zassenhaus Knee Mill from moving around, short of
> drilling, tapping, and installing a set screw. The only time I use it is
> when we are without electricity, or if I happen to go camping. It seems that
> my first ZASS was much better about the nut staying where I put it, on this
> one it moves all over the place. I did think about using a thread setting
> adhesive, but would like to be able to change grinds.
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> Thanks, Ken
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