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quadboy
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dynatorch belts

Postby quadboy » Tue Apr 07, 2015 12:30 am

I post this in dynatorch under plasma tables. I don't think anyone one is seeing it. I am wondering if any dynatorch owners have had belt trouble? I have a super b and can't seem to keep them on.

Metriccar
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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby Metriccar » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:43 am

Are they loose? If not, and they're coming off, that's a sign of not being aligned. In other words one of the pulleys is out further than the other. You may notice it falls off when running At higher speeds. I would call dynatorch to get it straightened out. See if something can be adjusted. It is something that should have been caught by an esteemed qv inspection department.

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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby jimcolt » Tue Apr 07, 2015 8:09 am

I agree that this should be reported to Dynatorch....it likely is a manufacturing error that they need to know about ASAP. I have never heard of this happening on one of their machines....and they are a top notch quality conscious company.

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btburn
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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby btburn » Thu Apr 09, 2015 3:24 pm

I have the 4x4 Super Bee and the belts are tight and have never come off track. I do have a couple small scorch marks from hot metal landing on one side while I was setting up the parameters for my torch and such but no other problems.
Dynatorch 4x4 SuperBee, Powermax 65, Quincy QT-54, Snap On MM250SL, Thermal Arc Arcmaster 185, Corel Draw X7 and a messy garage.

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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby MajorMetal » Thu Apr 23, 2015 4:08 pm

I have had my Superbee 4 x 8 since February of 2013 and have never had an issue of the belts coming off track. I had have to replace one of the belts because of a small nick. This nick was almost impossible to see yet it was causing a loud popping noise whenever the nicked part of the belt would go over the pulleys. Check your belts very closely as a nick could cause it to jump off.

quadboy
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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby quadboy » Fri Apr 24, 2015 11:04 pm

Thanks guys, dynatorch is coming out to fix it. Awsome poeple right there, its great when you have a company that stands behind there product. Its been one long road and I am glad they are willing to fly all the way out here to fix it.

quadboy
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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby quadboy » Thu Jun 25, 2015 8:34 pm

Just wanted to give an up date on this matter I had. Dynatorch came out and replace my gantry to get me up and running fast. They are just awsome people to deal with.

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Re: dynatorch belts

Postby btburn » Wed Jul 01, 2015 11:55 am

Glad to hear you got straightened out. I've had nothing but excellent service from everyone aat Dynatorch.
Dynatorch 4x4 SuperBee, Powermax 65, Quincy QT-54, Snap On MM250SL, Thermal Arc Arcmaster 185, Corel Draw X7 and a messy garage.


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