Could you send a picture to me of it, please? I love antique tools,
I’ve modified old tools for modern use, and recycled the other
antiques that are pretty much dead.
The Durstons we have at TAFE, have the single vertical adjustment,
this attaches to two geared side adjustments. You can remove the
vertical adjustment and adjust each side individually.
To make sure these are aligned, we squat down and look through the
rollers, and see that the rollers meet flush. If they don’t we
adjust each side until the rollers are parallel.
What I suspect is that your rolling mill, just has the two side
adjustments. The same method of truing up the rollers that I
mentioned could possible be used for this antique.
It would then be up to you to adjust each side manually equally to
get a flat roll. You could get some stickers to give you a guide if
Regards Charles A.