Pass through slot dimensions

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#1

what is the height of the pass through slot and the max we can fit through? I thought i read that it had changed since the orginal specs. Thx


#2

I believe the height of the material is 1/4". (Somebody correct me if I’m wrong.)


#3

That’s correct :wink:


#4

I’m sure the slot is designed for 1/4" material with a 3/8" slot primarily because it would be almost impossible to pass 1/4" material like plywood through a 1/4" slot. Friction, slight warp, etc. Have never seen a piece of plywood truly flat. I wouldn’t plan to use 3/8" material unless you enjoy frustration and disappointment.


#5

[quote=“rpegg, post:4, topic:7723”]I wouldn’t plan to use 3/8" material unless you enjoy frustration and disappointment.
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Might be able to get away with 5/16" or even 9/32" though :slight_smile:


#6

Shooting for 35/128 ths.


#7

Optimist


#8

You guys really like fractions :sweat_smile:


#9

I think only 3/4 of the time.


#10

Here, this will really drive the metric folks nuts.


#11

I literally just spat my drink of water all over the place at that one!


#12

Wasn’t it Ray Charles that sang about looking for a woman that likes to make love in 3/4 time?


#13

#14

to be clear. 1/2 the people like fractions 3/4 of the time. :slight_smile:


#15

I’m only about 1/3 confident that this conversation is going somewhere…


#16

Y’all have a point. Just not sure how many decimal places to the left or right the point should be.


#17

Yes, most of the arguments here seem rational. :wink:


#18

And the puns will get worse until we reach the least common denominator.