I. Explanation of terms: Adjusting the flatness of the grinding disc mainly means that the grinding discs tend to be in the same plane when the four grinding discs are adjusted to rest or running.
Second, the adjustment method:
1. Use a height caliper or any one of the bars to measure the distance from the exact grinding surface to the bottom edge of the cabinet.
2. Use 10MM hex wrench to adjust the tightness of the inner six screws of M12 stainless steel, so that the distance between the three areas of one grinding disc (grinding block installation area) to the bottom edge of the box is equal. At this time, the disc rotates in a plane when it rotates, that is, it does not jump up and down. There are three M12 hex socket screws on each disc that need to be adjusted. When adjusting, tighten with one screw and follow the other two screws.
3. Adjust the screws on the same part of the other three grinding discs. The distance between the grinding disc and the bottom edge of the box is equal to the distance adjusted by the first grinding disc. At this time, the four grinding discs are rotating in the same plane or in the same plane.
4. When the machine has been used for a long time, especially when grinding the worn concrete floor, it encounters strong impact, the compression spring offset of the grinding disc or the deformation of the damping pad, so that one or two of the grinding discs are not in the same plane as the others. Severe skewing, at this time, you can use the machine to lift the stick flat grinding disc or use a hammer with a wooden hammer to sharpen the disc so that it is on the same plane as the other grinding discs.
5. The tighter the three hexagon socket screws on each disc in the figure, the shorter the distance from the disc to the bottom edge of the cabinet. Conversely, the distance increases.
Third, adjust the benefits of grinding plate leveling:
1. It can make the grinding disc run smoothly, reduce the vibration of the machine grinding, and make the machine smooth grinding.
2. The grinding blocks can be in contact with the ground during grinding, resulting in effective grinding without leaving areas that are not ground.
3. It can make the wear of the grinding block and the grinding piece synchronous, and it does not produce uneven thickness.

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