[Homeroast] Zassenhaus Knee Mill adjustment fix

Ken Schillinger Ken at whidbey.com
Sat Jul 11 01:52:41 CDT 2015


That sounds like a simple fix. I like simple.
Thanks.

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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Zassenhaus Knee Mill adjustment fix

I had this problem when I was on deployment.  I solved it with a hair band
(cloth outside -I used black but any color would work) wrapped around it
like 4-6 times it added enough friction to keep the nut in place


On Sunday, July 5, 2015, Ken Schillinger <Ken at whidbey.com> wrote:

> 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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