- November 01, 2009
The Roll Adjuster alignment tool, said to be easy to set up, is placed on the top of a master roller, drive shaft, or idler, and is held in place by a pair of V-legs or adaptable mounts. A fine adjustment screw is turned until the precision bubble level is centered in its glass vial. The digital micrometer is zeroed by pressing a small button on the front to capture the digital position of this first roll or shaft. The adjuster then is moved to successive rolls for additional measurements and adjustments.