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The Top 5 General Maintenance Tips For Used Woodworking Equipment – Tales Of Success

The Top 5 General Maintenance Tips For Used Woodworking Equipment

The right maintenance of second-hand woodworking equipment ensures the longevity of machines and makes them work efficiently over a long period of time. Sometimes the machines and tools lose their work value way before then they are supposed due to improper maintenance. So to make sure it doesn’t happen to you, there are the following tips that you should follow.

1. Sharpening of tools

Woodworking Machinery is used mostly for cutting and chopping wood. Therefore most of them come with blades. To make sure that the blades don’t go blunt and lose their value, you should keep sharpening them.

2. Checking The Lubrications

The parts of the woodworking machinery that are used frequently require lubrication to work effectively. Lack of lubrication in machines can make them catch rust easily, also it could decrease their working efficiency. So in order to take care of that, you should organize weekly routine checkups to ensure the longevity of the machine.

3. Keep The Parts Clean

Cleanliness plays a great role in the maintenance of used woodworking equipment. Even though it is pretty obvious but most people often miss out on this part that serves as a contributing factor in making your equipment work with less efficiency. So to make sure your woodworking equipment are all cleaned, organize routine cleanliness checkups. And clean them with various cleaning solutions that are easily available in the market.

Some of these solutions will even help you get rid of the rust on your machines.

4. Storing Of Your Machinery

If you are not going to used them for a long period of time then store them in an area where they will not be exposed to moisture that will cause the parts to rust. Always cover them nicely and keep them safe where they will face no harm to their parts.

5. Check on Accessories and parts

Losing even a small part of your whole woodworking equipment is the last thing that you will want to happen to your machinery. Make sure you regularly check the alignment of all the parts and make sure everything that are used in your machinery is in proper shape. This part also includes taking care of all the accessories that come with the machine so that your whole machinery does not become incomplete by the absence of one small tool.

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