Ian Boyd has a veneer cutting guillotine that is down. Not only are both arms (holding the blade assembly) broken (and ineffectively repaired) but also the joint/coupling that swings the blade. Repeated attempts at welded repairs have failed and the RHS arm is practically crumbling. New ones will have to be
fabricated but it would be silly to repeat the same mistakes.
Scan&Solve to the rescue.
Follow Ian's redesign of the broken parts with Scan&Solve for Rhino, and the rebuilding of his guillotine here.