Is just the weight of the XCP and the friction of the six leveling feet sufficient to keep the XCP from moving on a plywood tabletop when in use? I was considering routing shallow (maybe 1-3/8" diameter by 1/2" deep) pockets for each of the feet, to prevent movement during use. Any thoughts or suggestions?
The machine itself is about 450ish lbs.
I only notice some slight shaking when I rack up the speed to 200% with a higher IPM.
I’d say it’s fine. However, the pockets for each feet would surely help IF you changed the leveling feet/system, but, you need to level the machine out, and the feet will still have slack due to their design.
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