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Moving table up for designer boards

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I have a brand new milli and I want to by R&S designer boards for my machine. I have been told that the machine can not roll over them that you have to raise the machine. Help, is this easy to do and should I pursue buy the boards.

Thanks,

Denise

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I would try before you think about raising your machine. If you had the basic circlelord system then you would have too. Just install the stylus Ron makes and I think you will be ok.

Blessings,Nora


Nora Alquraisha

Columbia Gorge Quilting

Quilting with my new HQ Fusion"Baby"

Washougal WA

www.columbiagorgequilting.com

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I ran into that same problem not long ago. I ended up replacing the black boards on the table with thinner plexiglass and it works just fine. I didn't need much more height to clear the boards and that 1/8" or so was all it took. I think the black boards were a good 1/4" thick and I got 1/8" thick plexiglass. The other route would be to raise the whole machine by putting extra washers in the wheels, getting Edgerider or M & M wheels. THEN you also have to raise the roller bars to accomodate the added height. The APQS people can give you more information on all that. I was looking for a simpler solution. The plexiglass did the trick for me. I got it in 3 sections so it was easier to handle AND so it would fit in my car to bring it home. haha


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