How to “Tram” Your CNC Router
Servo Magazine ( 2019 Issue-3 )

How to “Tram” Your CNC Router

By Roger Secura    View In Digital Edition  


Tool-tuning time! After watching some of the YouTube videos on “tramming” a CNC router, it appeared to me there had to be a better way to align a motor or spindle. After burning up a few brain neurons, I came up with a system where I can manually “dial in” a level surface with just four socket head screws — think leveling adjustment screws on the bottom four corners of your washer or dryer. Here’s how I did it.

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