I have a early model Universal I Power that I have recently purchased. When running the automatic carriage it has a tendency to slam into the end of the run and upon returning to the feed board slamming into that. I have adjusted the speed and the brake using the dials on the operators side, but think I need to adjust the cams (is this the correct term) on the other side.
Question is, how in the world do I do this? Is there a way that Vandercook suggest to get the most middle of the road action? I have pictures of how all four are set up and each cam.
Please note: one of the previous owner in their amazing wisdom decided to spray paint this press a disgusting dark grey and when they replaced some of the the labels on the cams they did some upside down.