I have a Ceado e37sd
1- Why align both burrs?
What I mean is, lets say I mark the top burr only.
Shim the area opposite of where there is no contact.
Then test. All marks erased.
Why would I need to repeat this for the bottom burr?
If the top burr marker was erased, then it must’ve made contact with the lower burr as well?
Is it because we’ve leveled the top and now the top is touching the bottom - but not necessarily an even/full touch/contact because the bottom may also be tilted?
Therefore the top is touching, say 3′oclock of bottom and hence why top marker was erased?
So by repeating on the bottom, we ensure that the bottom is also making contact with the top and evenly?
I realize I may have answered my own question but further elaboration would be appreciated.
2- I marked the top burr only, got it to chirp. I found everything was erased almost evenly. A solid 98% gone.
I then repeated the marker test on the bottom burr only.
Incidentally, and perhaps serendipitously, the bottom marked burr was also 98% erased.
Does that mean both burrs are aligned?
Have I gone through the steps correctly?