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There, I Fixed It

The center gauge pins were sliding a little easier than I preferred so a piece of oxygen tubing solved that problem . Now the pin extension amount can be easily adjusted for thicker material such as 2 X material as well as thinner material like picture matting etc. . The punch tubing length is jig material thickness and the punch stays home real well .
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