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[title] usingUsing Your Milling Head as an Aligning Tool During Setup
[* icon_note] Throughout this guide, we'll frequently suggest setting your Milling Head into the Attachment Mount so you can use your
bit for aligningas a tool to align your material and other thingsto the Milling Platform.
[* black] includeAn easy way to find the center of your bit is to use a thin bit with a sharp point to find the line or edge you're aligning to, as shown in the image. Set your 0 with the thin, pointed bit photoand then swap your work bit back into the Milling Head.
[* icon_reminder] '''Remember:''' This is a temporary step that should never replace properly installing and locking in the Milling Head prior to setting your Z height and running your file.
[title] usingUsing Your Milling Head as an Aligning Tool During Setup
[* icon_note] Throughout this guide, we'll frequently suggest setting your Milling Head into the Attachment Mount so you can use your
bit for aligningas a tool to align your material and other thingsto the Milling Platform.
[* black] includeAn easy way to find the center of your bit is to use a thin bit with a sharp point to find the line or edge you're aligning to, as shown in the image. Set your 0 with the thin, pointed bit photoand then swap your work bit back into the Milling Head.
[* icon_reminder] '''Remember:''' This is a temporary step that should never replace properly installing and locking in the Milling Head prior to setting your Z height and running your file.

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