CAUTRON: Read SAFETY RULES and INSTRUCTIONS carefully SEARS/CRAFTSMAN MODEL NO. 572.24700 15 iNCH MOTORIZED SCROLL SAW/SANDER assembly ,,,ado ,nU_SoA. ,1/1/72 Par! No. 405015 Searsl Roebuck and Simpsons-Sears and o operating o repair parts Co., Chicago, Ill. Limited, Toronto 60607 U.S.A. L FOR SAFE OPERATIO 1. Know your Power Tool. Read the owner's manual carefully_ Learn its application and limitations as well as the specific potential hazards peculiar to this tool. 9o Use right 13. Don't overreach. Keep your proper footing and balance at all times, 14. Maintain areas and should tools in top condition. 15. Disconnect tools, before servicing and when changing accessories such as blades, bits, cutters, 16. Avoid accidental starting. is off before plugging in cord. be 17. Use recommended 8. Don't force tool. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it was designed° Make sure accessories. owner's manual. Use of improper be hazardous. available at Sears retail or catalog stores, This Product is Listed by UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES, INC. and Bear's the Mark: Craftsman power tools (or welders) are unconditionalJyguaranteed for one year to give complete satisfaction or the tool will be repaired free of charge This guarantee service is Stores or Service Centers available throughout Canada SEARS ROEBUCK through AND CO • SIMPSONS-SEARS 2 any the United of Sears States or LIMITED switch Consult accessories The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes, which can result in severe eye damage, Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before commencing power tool operation. We recommend Wide Vision Safety Mask for use over spectacles, or standard safety glasses .... Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance° Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. 6. Avoid dangerous environment. Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations° Keep work area well illurninatedo 7. For safely and accuracy. All visitors kept a safe distance from work area. or 12. Secure work. Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical, it's safer than using your hand, frees both hands to operate tool. order_ 4. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning on tool. Cluttered for,, 1t. Use safety glasses. Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty° receptacle° 5. Keep work area clean. benches invite accidents. force tool or attachment 10. Wear proper apparel. No loose clothing jewelry to get caught in moving parts. 2. If tool is equipped with three-prong plug, it should be plugged into a PROPERLY GROUNDED 3. Keep guards in place and in working tool. Don't to do a job it was not designed the may For the most pmeasurefrom your Scrol! Saw/ Sander follow these instructions carefully: The Craftsman Scroll Saw is a multi-purpose workshop, By connecting different attachments to the power takeoff, the unit is converted from the basic scroll saw to a grinder, sander, buffing wheel, brush wheel, and a flexible shaft machine. Then you are able not only to saw, but dri!l, grind, polish, rout, sharpen, sand, buff, carve, engrave and perform many other hobby, home or shop operations Use with 2471 accessory pack. DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE WITHOUT ATTACHING TABLE, CAUTION: DISCONNECT PLUG FROM OUTLET,, FORWARD TO TIGHTEN (A) BLADE SAW _ ARM ,.._.tt _\\ | _ ...... //_.. [ T SPRING .... SAW LIFT BLADE GUARD ........................................................... FRLOMTHlS POStT_ON | WING NUT _ II Attaching Saw Table 1. Push lever (A) back to remove blade. ] 2, Unscrew top wing nut--leave in same position WASHER LOCATED inserting Blade--Hold blade with teeth pointing downward and place into the small slot of both upper and lower blade holder._ Apply tension by pulling lever on top of blade holder toward you. For cutting material longer than the 15" throat capacity, place the blade in either side position The capacity is then unlimited Motor--Runs on 110-120 Volt, 60 cycle, AC, and produces 3450 R.P.M. It is equipped with two sealed bali bearings No oiling is needed Characteristically, this shaded poleqype motor runs a bit warm. However, overheating wilt not affect overall operation GROUNDING Cutting Capacity_Soft wood up to 1%" and hardwood up to _/2" in thickness can be cut. FEED WOOD SLOWLY DO NOT FORCE When cutting wood over 1 V4", the blade guard must be removed,. To remove guard, simply putl out ends of guard where they enter the frame. When through sawing .... BE SURE TO REPLACE THE FINGER GUARD LEAD ADAPTER 3-PRONG MAKE SURE TH_S tS CONNECTED TO A KNOWN GROUND PLUG Sawing Metals_Saw aluminum to V4" thick, copper to 18 gauge, and steel to 1/16" thick When sawing metal, it is important to hold the work firmly on the table, use oil as a lubricant, and feed the work with a stow, steady pressure Do not force it. is considered 3. Lift up blade guard (from point shown) and slide table into place, 4,, Pass bolt through slotted half circle with hole at top positioned over pin.. 5. Place washer on outside of bracket and tighten with wing nut & Blade guard must always be inserted with T shaped spring under saw arm and both side pins outside of saw arm housing, WARNING: YOUR SAW IS EQUIPPED WITH AN UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES AND CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION APPROVED 3-PRONG PLUG WHICH MUST BE CONNECTED TO A GROUNDED 3-PRONG RECEPTACLE TO GROUND YOUR SAW,, IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A GROUNDED RECEPTACLE TO MATCH THIS PLUG YOU SHOULD HAVE A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN INSTALL ONE. Oiling_A few drops of ordinary motor oil should occasionally be placed on the connecting link bearing through the hole on the _eft side of the frame For oiling, tay unit on its side. Use SA30 motor oil Blade Guard_The blade guard It functions also as a hold-down bolt 2-PRONG RECEPTACLE one of the safest Increasing Blade Life--When blade teeth become dull in one spot simpty loosen the lower wing nut located just beneath the saw table, and raise the table to a section of new, unused teeth.. NOTE: The adapter illustrated is for use only if you already have a properly grounded 2-prong receptacle Adapter is not allowed in Canada by the Canadian Electrical Code,. The use of any extension cord wilF cause some loss of power. To keep this to a minimum and to prevent overheating and motor burn-out, use the table beEow to determine the minimum wire size (AW..G.} extension cord All cords should be 3-wire grounded. Tilting Table--For angle sawing, the table can be tilted in either direction Loosen the top wing nut located just beneath the saw table, and tilt to the desired angle following the calibrated scale. Making Inside Cuts--FirsL use the flexible shaft to drill a 5/32" hole in the area to be sawed out Then, remove the blade, thread it through the hole, and return it to the cutting position. Extension Cord Length Iess t00 ft or tess 50 Holding Scroll Saw In Place_On a fairly smooth table or bench, the rubber suction cups will keep it from sliding. Otherwise, set the machine on a _/2" thick rubber pad, such as a household kneefing pad or typewriter cushion. 3 ftr= or Wire Size A.W,G_ No. 16 No 14 Attaching Accessories-The round extension on the motor housing is the power take-off for driving the sander, buffing wheel, and flexible shaft.. These are mounted on special adapters which fit into the power take-off BE SURE THE MOTOR IS TURNED OFF. Line up pin in the motor shaft with . ,,i the slot in the adapter and press forward as far as it will go,. Turn the wheel slowly until the adapter set screw comes into view. Then tighten lightly, This screw does not drive the shaft, it merely minimizes vibration and wheel drifting.. It does not have to be too tight. Recommended Accessories #2471 =Accessory Kit.. #26877--Fine Tooth blades #26878--Coarse Tooth blades. #2544--4" Assorted aluminum oxide Sanding It's a scroll saw--Handles everything from small scroll work to full size furniture work. Cuts up to standard 2 x 4's, 18 ga. copper, 1/4" aluminum and steel CUTLONG BEVEL CUT It's a Disc Sander--For shaping small pieces, sanding rough edges, trueing up uneven surfaces,. Three disc grits permit fine, medium, coarse sanding° SAND Discs. LENGTHS BEVELS CONTOUR Fer mere p easure and versatility add kit 2471 Attaching Flexible Shaft--Be sure MOTOR IS RUNNING before the cable is engaged, DO NOT REMOVE OR LOOSEN SCREW IN NYLON COUPLING Insert the black nylon coupling over the power take-off. Push the coupling on as far as it will go, and hold in place by turning the coupling counterclockwise, To prevent the cable from becoming disconnected while the machine is running, simply grasp the handpiece and twist the cable one-half turn counterciockwise_ Flexible Shaft Handpiece--The handpiece is equipped with a chuck accommodating 3 cottet sizes: !/8". .... 3/32"_ . . !/16",. This handpiece does not require oiling or adjustments.. Chuck--Consists of chuck tever, chuck cap and colleL Do not attempt to operate chuck lever while shaft is running, Depress chuck lever and rotate chuck cap by hand until lock pin snaps into place, and stops the chuck cap from running,. Place chuck wrench over chuck cap and loosen as shown in the illustration. The chuck lever must be kept depressed during this operation° Any accessory or drill should be inserted into the collet as far as possible to prevent wobble during operation., Now tighten chuck cap as shown keeping lever depressed.. Avoid excessive tightening of the chuck cap Lightweight, ptastic handpiece handles easily as a pencil Accommodates 1/32", 1/18", 3/32 '° and I/8 '° collets Capacity 0135 to 1/8", Features oilLess bronze bearing, quickaction chuck and neoprene covered shaft FLEXIBLE SHAFT PROVIDES DRILLING GRtNDI CHUCK WRENCH TO NG SHARPENI DEBURRING NG CARVENG Finger Grip-A finger grip attachment is included as part of this kit. It easily slips onto the front of the handpiece and is used for precise control when doing close tolerance work., For best results, use the flexible shaft with a delicate touch. To prevent stalling the motor, press the tool lightly against the work, and never force the toot beyond its capacity° CHUCK CAP CHUCK ROUTING LEVER TO TIGHTEN i EXTRA VERSATILITY LOOSEN COLLET 4 PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN MOTORIZED SCROLL SAW MODEL NO. 572.24700 \ ORDER Code 1 "2 3 * 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 "!8 19 19 2O Part Number BY PART NUMBER NOT BY CODE Part Number NUMBER Description Code 4046 4035 15071 4033 15021 Guard Hex Nuts No. 10-32 Left Side Frame 34 *35 "36 4023 3027 4064 Trim Screws No, 4 x _iB Type A Frame Cover "37 38 4072 15076 10-32 Square Nut No 10-32 Motor Mounting Screw No, 10/24 Feff Washer 15068 15O12 15011 15014 15010 15006 15077 Nylon Guide Blade Lock Cam 39 40 15026 15091 Counter Fan 41 *42 15085 4063 Fan Spacer Bearing Bracket Bow Complete Connecting Link Half A Bow Washer Felt Disc 43 44 45 46 15078 15086 15029 4209 Baffle Keepers (2 required} Fan Baffle Bearing Seat Link Bearing Connecting Link Half B Head Screw No. 6_20 x s/aType 25 Fine Tooth Blade Coarse Tooth Blade 47 48 49 50 5t 52 15088 15079 15089 4230 t5005 15090 15076 15008 15025 15007 15036 8029 8030 2t 22 *23 *24 *25 26 27 28 =29 30 15018 15002 4005 4032 3032 4030 4004 4022 4031 15034 15020 "31 32 33 4060 4019 15087 Pair Upper Blade Holders Pair Lower Blade Herders Right Frame Side Table 53 "54 4013 8038 Table Tilting Bracket Wing Nut No, 10-24 Washer No,, 10 Tilt Bracket Screw No, 10424 x _8 Type 23 Table Bracket *55 *56 57 "58 59 4067 4035 4001 4033 4016 Table Clamp Car riage Bolt 3/t6-24 -_" (2 required) Bow Pivot Screw (3 required} No,. 10-32 x i a/4 Trim Strip Suction Cup Screw No. 10 Type A Base 60 61 62 63 *64 A 4038 4068 4040 4208 4225 15084 Short Suction Cup *Standard Hardware )tern-May Be Purchased Locally 405015 5 Description Long Suction Cup Base Screw No,. 10-32 x _ia Weight x -Y8Type 23 (Compl, with Set Screw) Screws Field Bolt (2 required) Bearing Bracket (CompL Field Bolt Spacer Rotor Spacer Rotor No, 10=24 x s/_Type 23 with Bearing) Spiral Pin Field Complete Bearing Bracket (with Bearing) Switch Ground Screw No. 6--32 x :_ '° Type 23 Lockwasher No 10 NuL Hex No, 10-32 Motor Housing Switch Screw No 4 x _8 Type A Strain Relief Cord Screw Keeper Upper Motor Mounting Screw Housing Extension Housing Extension Screw No 6-32 x _8 Type 23 Complete Motor Assembly (Less Housing) , owners manual (not illustrated} How to ORDER Repair Parts The Model Number wilt be found on a plate attached to your Saw at the rear of the base, Always mention the Model Number when requesting service or repair parts, All parts listed herein may be ordered through SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO or SlMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED, When ordering parts by mail, selling prices will be furnished on request or parts will be shipped at prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly,, WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST,, MODEL NO. 572.24700 SER VICE is at YOUR SERVICE wherever YOU live or move in the U.S.A. Made in UoSA, . The PART NUMBER 2 The PART DESCRIPTION 3, The 4, The NAME OF ITEM--SCROLL MODEL NUMBER 572,24700 SAW/SANDER Your Sears merchandise takes on added value when you discover that Sears has over 2,000 Service Units throughout the country Each is staffed by Sears-trained, professional technicians using Sears approved parts and methods, Sears, Roebuck and Simpsons-Sears 6 and Co., Chicago, Ill. Limited, Toronto 60607 U.S.A.