I’ve gone through the topics on here and on the Wiki (http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Calibration_and_Squaring_the_Machine) on calibrating and squaring my machine, and have determined that my machine is not square. Now what?
It looks like my Y-rails are slightly off parallel, and not square with the base/wasteboard of the machine. It also looks like the X-rail is not square with the base of the machine. I’ve used calipers to determine that all of the feet are exactly the same height off the table (though I don’t know how much of an impact this makes).
I’ve seen mentions of using clamps and brute force to square this all up, but I don’t understand the particulars of this (to what do I attach the clamps? How do I apply brute force? How can I ensure squareness/parallel while applying brute force?). Any recommendations for sources - preferably video, but an article with pictures would be great - on how to actually go about squaring up the machine?