Calibrating the blade

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    othawk
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    I have an older ZING. I have not changed the blade in a while and I am not getting a good cut. After changing the blade do I need to calibrate it? I am sorry I have not done this in a long time and can’t seem to remember how to do it. I remember doing it years ago when I got it. A friend, Liz used to help me but I have lost touch. Can anyone guide me to get this done?

    Thank you

    Marc

    #12976

    Sandy
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    If you are doing PNC applications you MIGHT need to recalibrate a new blade, but it’s not likely. Just try a PNC test and see!

    Also, if the original blade has just dulled over time, try increasing the pressure/force used for the particular material you’re cutting. That will extend the life of your blade and allow you more quality cuts before having to replace!  : )

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