This has been a great piece of equipment! I used it so much that the board (some sort of high strength pressed wood, I think) beneath the conveyor belt has finally cracked. Is this something that can be replaced?
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Real chicken. Typically they're 2-year-old laying hens that have spent the last 18 months in windowless egg factories that use 8-hour day+night lighting cycles to force them to lay 3 times/day. The only routers usually employed are the conveyor belts that transport the eggs to the sorting room, though.
The Drive Belt (used) should be between 60-100lbf. Check for wear and any cracks on the belt. If you have a new belt the tension will be higher, that is bewteen 100-150lbf. Use a belt tension checker to measure this. Adjust the tensioning bolt located beneath the alternator until the tension is met. Hope that help you out.