As you know I made a machine to be used as wood milling. I have been using it to make a lot of door for a kitchen cabinet project under execution. I also have noted that the trimmer I am using for this becomes hot to the point that is is impossible to make new settings as the work progresses.
Now I am doing a door frame for a WCC I already made. The door frame wood is saman, a hard tropical wood which matches with the cabinet frame. During the milling process I checked the trimmer carcass temperature as you can see in the attached pictures. I changed the bit from 10mm to 20mm traying to increase the efficiency and to reduce the temperature increase but, nothing different happened.
Please give me some good suggentions to overcome this problem since I am affraid to get an irreversible damage at the trimmer.
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