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Preventative Maintenance Tips for Woodworking Machines II
Oct 22, 2018

Listed below are six preventative maintenance steps to help keep your woodworking machinery running, and your plant productive.


3 Ensure that the preventive maintenance tasks being performed are beneficial to the equipment. Greasing the rack and pinion of a beam saw, for instance, can cause grease and saw dust to solidify inside the gears over time, eventually preventing them from moving. If you’re unsure which tasks are beneficial to each piece of equipment, ask your equipment representative.

4 Buy spare parts before they’re needed. Ask your equipment provider for a recommended spare parts list. You need not buy everything on the list, but when service technicians are in your plant, ask what they recommend that you keep in your plant. The most needed parts usually can be purchased inexpensively, minimizing downtime when they’re needed.