gotta be thankful of these little things that turned out just right.
I needed to tilt the head on my mill 90 degrees to drill through some one inch tubing. After tilting the head approximately 90 degrees, I extended the quill and stuck a magnetic level on it. I was turning the bolt blind while keeping the motor of the mill on my shoulder. Quickly eyeballed the level and tighten the four bolts because I was running out of steam.
the plan was to get a piece of 4x4 to put between the head and the table, and raise/lower the table while trying to tram the head to 90 degrees.
before I get the 4x4, I thought I check how far off I was before dialing it in, and this was the result.
It looks like I'm a little off on the lower dial, but that's because of the camera angle. it's actually only off by about .0002"
For one inch deep holes, I'll live with it