Craftsman 137.229151 Operator`s manual

Operator's Manual
1 HP (Maximum Developed)
12 Speeds (250-3100 R.P.M.)
5/8 Inch Chuck
15-INCH DRILL PRESS
Model No,
137.229151
CAUTION:
Before using this Drill Press,
read this manual and follow
all its Safety Rules and
Operating Instructions
Customer
Help
1-800-843-1682
Sears, Roebuck
Visit our Craftsman
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
website: www.sears.comlcraftsman
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Warranty ................................................................................................................
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Product
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Specificattone
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Safety Instructions ..................................................................................................
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Accessories
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and Attachments
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Carton Contents ......................................................................................................
Know Your Drill Press ...............................
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Glossary of Terms .......................................................................
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Assembly and Adjustment .....................................................
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Operation
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Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
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Guide
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Parts ......................................................................................................................
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
If this Driss Press fails due to a defect in material or workmanship
Sears will at its option repair or replace it free of charge.
within one year of date of purchase,
Return this Drill Press to a Sears Service Center for repair, or to place of purchase for replacement.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from
state to state.
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., Dept.
817 WA, Hoffrnan
Estates,
IL 60179
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Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction
activities contains
chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some
examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products
• Arsenic and chromium from chemicallytreatsd
lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce )/our
exposure to these chemicals
work in a well-ventnated
area and work with approved safety equipmentsuch
as
dust masks that are spec a y des gned to filter out microscopic particles.
Chuck Size ............................
Speed ...................................
Motor ....................................
Horsepower ...........................
Built-in Light .........................
Table Size ............................
5/8"
12 (250 ~ 3,100 RPM)
120V, 60 Hz, 8 Amps
1 HP (Max. Developed)
60 Watt (Maximum)
(Bulb not included)
13-1/4" x 13-1/4"
Table Tilt ...............................
Spindle Travel ........................
Throat .................................
Base Size .............................
Height ......................
:...........
45 ° Right or Left
3-1/8"
7-1/2"
11" x 20-3/8"
63-1/4"
To avoid electrical hazards, fire hazards,
the tool, use proper circuit protection.
or damage to
Your drill press is wired at the factory for 120V operation.
Connect to a 120V, 15 AMP branch circuit and use a 15
AMP time delay fuse or circuit breaker. To avoid shock or
fire, replace power cord immediately if it is worn, cut or
damaged in any way.
2
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING THE DRILL PRESS
Safety is a combination of common sense, staying alert
and knowing how to use your ddll press.
14.REMOVE
ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES.
Form the habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool before
turning =ON".
15. NEVER LEAVETOOL RUNNING UNATFENDED.
TURN THE POWER "OFF". Don't leave the tool until
it comes to a complete stop.
To avoid mistakes that could cause sedous injury, do not
plug the drill press in until you have read and understood
the following:
16. NEVER STAND ON TOOL Sedous injurycould occur
if the tool is Upped or ifthe cuffingtool is unintentionally
contacted.
1.
READ and become familiar with this entire instruction
manual. LEARN the tool's applications,limitstJons,and
possiblehazards.
17. DON'T OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and
balance at all times.
2.
KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order.
3.
DON'T USE IN A DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT.
Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations, or
expose them to rain. Keep work area well lighted.
18. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep tools sharp
and clean for best and safest performance. Follow
instructionsfor lubricating and changing accessories,
4.
DO NOT use power tools in the presence of flammable
liquids or gases.
5.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and
benches inviteaccidents.
6.
KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. AUvisitorsshould be kept at
a safe distance from the work area.
7.
8.
.
DON'T FORCE THE TOOL. It Will do the job better
and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
USETHE RIGHTTOOL. Don't force tool or the
attachment to do a job for which it was not designed.
WEAR PROPER APPAREL DO NOT wear loose
clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets, or other
_lowelrywhich may get caught in moving parts.
onslip footwear is recommended. Wear protective
hair covering to contain long hair.
19. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARrs. Beforefurther use of
the tool, a guard or other pert that is damaged should
be carefully checked to determine that it will operate
property and perform its intended function. Check for
alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts,
breakage of parts, mounting,and any other conditions
that may affect its operation.A guard or other part that
is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.
20. MAKE WORKSHOP laD PROOF with padlocks,master
switches, or by removing starter keys.
21. DO NOT operate the tool if you are under the influence
of any drugs, alcohol or medication that could affect
your ability to use the tool properly.
22. Dust generated from certain materials can be
hazardous to your health. Always operate the drill
press in a well-ventilated area and provide for proper
dust removal. Use dust coflection systems whenever
possible.
23. ALWAYS WEAR EYE
PROTECTION. Any ddll press
can throw foreign objects into
the eyes which could cause
permanent eye damage.
ALWAYS wear Safety Goggles
(not glasses) that comply with
ANSI safety standard Z87.1. Everyday eyeglasses
have only impact-resistant lenses. They ARE NOT
safety glasses. Safety Goggles are available at Seam.
NOTE: Glasses or goggles not in compliance with
ANSI Z87.1 could seriouslyhurt you when they break.
10. WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK.
Drilling operation produces dust.
11. DISCONNECTTOOLS before servicing, and when
changing accessories, such as blades, bits, ct_ttem,
and the like.
12. REDUCETHE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING.
Make sure the switch is in "OFF" position before
plugging in.
13. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Consult the
owner's manual for the recommended accessories.
The use of improper accessories may cause risk of
injury to persons.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
3
SPECIFIC
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THE DRILL PRESS
For your own safety, do not try to use yourdrill press or
plug it in untilit is completely assembled and installed
accordingto the instructions,and until you have read
and understoodthis instrucbonmanual:
1. YOUR DRILL PRESS MUST BE BOLTED securely
to a workbench. In addition, if there is any tendency
for your drillpress to move during certain operations,
boltthe workbenchto the floor.
2. THIS DRILL PRESS is intended for usa in dry
conditions,indoor use only.
3. WEAR EYE PROTECTION. USE face or dust mask
along with safety goggles if drillingoperation is dusty.
USE ear protectors,especially during extended
periodsof operation.
4. DO NOT wear gloves, neckties, or looseclothing
5. DO NOT try to drillmaterial too small to be securely
held.
6. ALWAYS keep hands out of the path of a drill bit.
Avoid awkward hand positionswhere a sudden slip
could cause your hand to move into the drill bit.
7. DO NOT installor use any drill bit that exceeds 175
mm (7") in length or extends 150 mm (6") below
thechuckjaws. They can suddenly bend outward or
break.
14.SECURE WORK. Usa clamps or vise to hold the
work when practical. It's safer than using your hand
and it frees both hands to operate tool,
15.WHEN using a drill press vise, always fasten to the
table.
16.MAKE SURE all clamps and locks are firmly
tightened before drilling.
17.SECURELY LOCK THE HEAD and table supper to
the column, and the table to the table supportbefore
operating the drillpress.
18.NEVER turn your drill press on before clearing the
table of all objects (tools, scraps of wood, etc.)
19.BEFORE STARTING the operation,jog the motor
switch to make sure the drill bit does not wobble or
vibrate.
20.LET THE SPINDLE REACH FULL SPEED before
starting to drill. If your drillpress makes an unfamiliar
noise or if it vibrates excessively,stop immediately,
turn the drillpress off and unplug. Do not restart until
the problem is corrected.
21 .DO NOT perform layoutassembly or set up work on
the table while the drill press is in operation.
22.USE RECOMMENDED SPEED for drill accessory
and workpiece material. SEE INSTRUCTIONS that
come with the accessory
8. DO NOT USE wire wheels, router bits, shaper cutters,
circle(fly) cutters,or rotary planers on this drill press.
23.WHEN DRILLING large diameter holes, clamp the
workpiece firmlyto the table. Otherwise, the bit may
grap and spin the workpiece at high speed. DO NOT
USE fly cutters or multiple-parf hole cutters,as they
can come apart or become unbalanced in use.
9. WHEN cuttinga large piece of material make sure it
is fully supportedat the table height.
24.MAKE SURE the spindle has come to a complete
stop before touching the workpiece.
10.DO NOT perform any operation freehand. ALWAYS
holdthe workpiece firmly against the table so it will
not reck or twist. Use clamps or a vise for unstable
workpiece.
25.TO AVOID INJURY from accidental starting,always
turn the switch"OFF" and unplug the drill press
before installingor removing any accessory or
attachment or making any adjustment
11.MAKE SURE there are no nailsor foreign objects in
the part of the workpiece to be drilled.
26.KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in workingorder.
12.CLAMP WORKPIECE OR BRACE against the left
side of the column to prevent rotation. If it is too short
or the table is tilted, clamp solidlyto the table and use
the fence provided.
27.USE ONLY SELF-EJECTING TYPE CHUCK KEY as
provided with the drill press
13.IF THE WORKPIECE
overhangs the table such that
it will fall or tip if not held, clamp it to the table or
provide auxiliary support.
SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR
BREAKDOWN, groundingprovidesa path of least
resistancefor electric current and reduces the risk of
shock. This tool is equipped with an electric cordthat
has an equipmentgroundingconductorand grounding
plug.The plug MUST be plugged intoa matching
receptacle that is properly installedand grounded in
accordance with ALL local codes and ordinances.
DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED. If it will not fit
the receptacle, have the proper receptacle installedby a
qualified electdcian.
IMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment grounding
conductorcan result in risk of electricshock. The
conductorwith the green insulation(with or without
yellow stripes)is the equipment groundingconductor.If
repair or replacement of the electriccord or plug is
necessary, DO NOT connectthe equipment grounding
conductorto a live terminal.
CHECK with a qualified electrician or service personnel
if you do not completely understand the grounding
instructions,or if you are not sure the tool is properly
grounded.
This tool is intendedfor use on a circuitthat has a
receptacle like the one illustratedin'FIGURE A.
FIGURE A shows a 3-prongelectrical plug and
receptacle that has a groundingconductor.If a pmparly
groundedreceptacle is not available, an adaPter
(FIGURE B) can be used to temporarilyconnectthis
plug to a 2-contact ungroundedreceptacle. The adapter
(FIGURE B) has a rigid lug extendingfrom it that MUST
be connected to a permanent earth ground,such as a
properlygrounded receptacle box. THE TEMPORARY
ADAPTER SHOULD BE USED ONLY UNTIL A
PROPER GROUNDED OUTLET CAN BE INSTALLED
BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN. The Canadian
ElectricalCode prohibitsthe use of adapters.
CAUTION: In all cases, make certain the receptacle in
questionis properlygrounded. If you are not sure have a
certifiedelectriciancheck the receptacle.
This drill press is for indoor use only. Do not expose to
rain or use in damp locations.
Flg. A
3-Prong Plug
USE ONLY 3-WIRE EXTENSION CORDS THAT HAVE
3oPRONG GROUNDING PLUGS AND 3-POLE
RECEPTACLE THAT ACCEPT THE TOOL'S PLUG.
REPAIR OR REPLACE DAMAGED OR WORN CORD
IMMEDIATELY.
GUIDELINES
FOR EXTENSION
CORDS
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Fig. B
GroundingLug
Make sure yourextension cord is in good condition.
When usingan extension cord, be sure to use one heavy
enoughto carry the current your productwill draw. An
undersizedcord will cause a drop in line voltage
resultingin loss of power and overheating. The table
belowshows the correct size to use accordingto cord
length and nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt, use the
next heavier gauge. The smallerthe gauge number, the
heavier the cord.
Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and in
good condition.Always replace a damaged extension
cordor have it repaired by a qualified person before
usingit. Protect your extension cords from sharp objects,
excessive heat and damp or wet areas
Use a separate electrical circuit for your tools. This
circuit must not be less than #12 wire and should be
protected with a 15 Amp time lag fuse. Before
connecting the motor to the power line, make sure the
switch is in the OFF position and the electric current is
rated the same as the current stamped on the motor
nameplate. Running at a lower voltage will damage the
motor.
is Connected to a
Known Ground
Adapter
This tool must be grounded while in use to protect the
operator from electrical.
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6,mpere
more than
0
6
10
12
na al] :s :1,:(ii :1_ K'I[el _ [l(e] _| i},.llr:t tjLt/t.
(When usinc 120 volts only)
Rating
Total length of cord in feet
not more than
25'
50'
100'
150'
6
18
16
16
14
10
18
16
14
12
12
16
16
14
12
16
14
12 Not recommended
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES
UNPACKING
AND CHECKING
CONTENTS
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Use onlyaccessorier recommended for this drillpress.
Followinstructionsthat accompany accessories. Use of
improperaccessoriesmay cause hazards.
If any part is missingor damaged, do not plug the drill
press in untilthe missingor damaged part is replaced,
and assembly is complete.
Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the
Craftsman Power and Hand Tools Catalog for the
following accessories:
•
Drill bits
•
Hold-Down and Guide
•
Drillpress Vises
•
Clamping kit
Carefully unpack the drill press and all its parts, and
compare againstthe list below.
To protectthe drillpress from moisture,a protective
coating has been applied to the machined surfaces.
Remove this coating with a soft clothmoistened with
kerosene or WD-40.
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Use only accessoriesdesigned for this drill press to avoid
injuryfrom thrown broken parts or workpieces.
Sears may recommend other accessories not listed in
this manual. See your nearest Sears store or Power and
Hand Tool Catalog for other accessories.
Do not use may accessory unless you have completely
read the instruction or operator's manual for that
accessory.
To avoidfire or toxic reaction, never use gasoline,
naphtha, acetone, lacquer thinner or similar highly
volatile solventsto clean the drill press.
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS
ITEM
A.
B.
C.
D.
DESCRIPTION
Head assembly
Table
Base
Column assembly
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L,
M.
N.
O.
Loose parts bag:
Feed handle
Lock handle
Crank Handle
Hex botts
Fence assembly
Triangle knobs
T-Block
Washer
Hex wrenches
Wedge
Arbor
Boxz
P.
Q.
Chuckkey
Chuck
QUANTITY
t
1
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
8
I
0
7
Coverknob
Beltguardcover
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Belt pulleys
Belt tensionhandle
Lightswitch
Belttensionlock knob
Belttensionknob
Set screws
• Upperstopnut
- Lowerstopnut
Depthscale
Depth stop
Stopnut
Motor
Cordclamp
Feedspring
Springcap
Table
Power cord
-- Spindle
Tablesupport
Bevel scale
• Quill
Tablelock
Table support I(
5/8" Threadeddrain
-.-Arbor
Tablearm
(_Chuck
Column
support
Chuckkey
Fenceend_\
Fencebackstop
Bevel Lock
)'Locking set screw
V
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BASE - Supportsdrill press. For additionalstability,
holesare provided in base to bolt drillpress to floor.
(See "Specific Safety Instruction for Drill Presses.")
DRILLING SPEED - Changed by placingthe belt in any
of the steps (grooves) in the pulleys.See the Spindle
Speed Chart inside belt guard.
BACKUP MATERIAL - Apiece of scrap wood placed
between the workpiece and table. The backup beard
preventswood in the workpiece from splintedngwhen
the drillpasses through the backsideof the workpiece. It
also prevents drillingintothe table top.
FEED HANDLE - Moves the chuck up or down. IF
necessary, one or two of the handles may be removed
whenever the workpiece is of such unusualshape that it
interfereswith the handles.
BELT GUARD ASSEMBLY - Covers the pulleysand
belt duringoperation of the drillpress.
BELT TENSION - Refer to the "Assembly" Section,
"Installingand Tensioning Belt.".
BELT TENSION HANDLE - Turn the handle clockwise
to apply tensionto belt, turnthe handle counterclockwise
to release belt tension.
BELT TENSION LOCK KNOBS - Tighteningthe knobs
locks the motor bracket supportand the belt tension
handle, maintainingcorrect belt distance and tension.
BEVEL SCALE - Shows degree of table tilt for bevel
operaions. The scale is mounted on the side of the arm.
FENCE - Attaches to the table to alignthe workpiece or
for fast repetitivedrilling.Removable. Remove fence
when it interfereswith other drillpress accessories.
HEAD LOCKS - Locks the head to the column.
ALWAYS lockthe head in place while operatingthe drill
press.
RACK - Combines with gear mechanism to provide
easy elevation of the table by the hand operated table
crank.
REVOLUTION PER MINUTE (R.P.M.)- The number of
turns completed by a spinningobject in one minute.
SPINDLE SPEED - The RPM. of the spindle.
SPRING CAP - Adjusts quill spring tension.
CHUCK - Holds drill bit or other recommended
accessoryto perform desired operations.
CHUCK KEY - A self-ejectingchuck key whichwill pop
out of the chuck when you let go of it. This actionis
designedto help preventthrowing of the chuck key from
the chuck when the peer is turned ON. Do not use any
other key as a substitute; order a new one if hamaged or
lost.
COLUMN - Connects the head, table, and base on a
one piece tube for easy alignment and movement.
COLUMN COLLAR - Holds the rack to the column.
Rack remains movable in the collar to permit table
support movements.
COLUMN SUPPORT - Supports the column, guides the
rack and providesmounting holes for column to base.
DEPTH SCALE STOP NUTS - Lock the spindle to the
selected depth.
DEPTH SCALE - Indicates
TABLE SUPPORTS LOCK - Tighteninglocks the table
supportto column. Always have it lockedin place while
operatingthe dirll press.
TABLE - Provides a working surface to supportthe
workpiece.
TABLE ARM - Extends beyond the table supportfor
mounting and aligning the table.
TABEL BEVEL LOCK - Locks the table in any position
from 0 ° - 45 °
TABLE CRANK - Elevates and lowers the table. Turn
clockwise to elevate the table. Support lock must be
released before operating the crank.
TABLE LOCK - Locks the table after it is rotated to
various positions.
TABLE SUPPORT - Rides on the column to supportthe
table arm and table.
depth of hole being drilled.
DRILL BIT - The cutting tool used in the drill press to
make holes in a workpiece.
DRILL ON/OFF SWITCH - Has lockingfeature. This
feature is intended to help prevent unauthorizedand
possible hazardous use by children and others. Insert
the key into the switch to turn the drill press on.
THREADED DRAIN (518")- Attach a 5/8" (pipe
threaded) metal pipe to the threaded opening for
drainingexcees oil into container. For a non-draining
surface attach a threaded metal plug.Pipe and plug not .
included.
WORKPIECE - Material being drilled.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Rg. B
Foryourown safety, neverconnectplug to power
sourceoutletuntilall assemblyand adjustmentsteps
are completed, and you have read and understood
the safetyand operatinginstructions.
TOOLS NEEDED
8" S 10"AdJustab__
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4. (FIG. C) Loosen the support lock (2). Raise the
table arm assembly by turning the crank handle (1)
clockwise. Tighten the support lock.
5. Place the table (6) in the table arm assembly.
Tighten the table lock handle (7).
Comb_e_m_tre
III
t lilt
IIIt_
Frw_ing
Rg. C
The DdlTPress is very heavy and MUST be liftedwith the
helpof 2 PEOPLE OR MORE, to safety assembly it.
COLUMN SUPPORT TO BASE (FIG. A)
1. Position the base (1) on the floor.
2. Place the column (2) on the base, aligning the
holes in the column support with the holes in the
base.
3. Locate the four long hex bolts (3) from the loose
parts bag.
4. Place a bolt in each hole through the column
support and the base. Tighten with an adjustable
wrench.
INSTALLING
EXTENSION
WING
1.
Place the handle (OWVG) onto the upper tube
(OWVH).
2. Place the flat washers (OT6T) onto the hex head
bolts (OJUB). Insert the bolt (OJUB) into the upper
tube (OWVH), and tighten.
3. Insert the hes head bolts (OJUB) onto the upper
tube (OJUB) and tighten.
4. Place the upper tube assembly under the table.
5. Place the set plate (OWVJ) onto the clamp bolt
(OWVK). Insert the set plate assembly into the
table and tighten.
NOTE: If length adjustment is necessary, loosen
the clamp bolt (OWVK) to the desired length and
tighten the clamp bolt.
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INSTALLING THE TABLE (FIG. B and C)
1. Locate the table crank (1) and support lock (2) from
the loose parts bag.
2. Insert the support lock handle into the hole (3) at
the rear of the table support assembly. Tighten by
hand.
OWVE
3. InstaJIthe table crank handle (3) onto the small
shaft (4), aligning the set screw (5) with the flat
surface of the shaft (4), aligning the set screw (5)
with the fiat surface of the shaft. Tighten the set
screw with a hex wrench.
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FENCE ASSEMBLY (FIG. F)
This drill press has a channeled table top.
INSTALLING THE HF.AD (FIG. D)
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The Drill Press h_d Is very heavy and MUST be lifted
with the help of 2 PEOPLE OR MORE,to safely
assemble the Drill Press head on the column.
1. Carefully lift the head (1) above the column (2) and
slide it onto the column.Make sure the head slldea
down over the column as far as poealble.Algn the
head with the base.
2. Using the hex wrench, tighten the two head lock eat
screws (3) on the right side of the head.
1. Determine the desired location for the fence (1).Sllde
theT-blocks (2) Into the appropriate channels as
shown
2. Align the mounting holes of the fence over theT-block's
threaded hloes.
3. Place a washer (3) on the threaded end of the knob (4).
Insert the knob through the mounting hole of the fence
into the T-block,and Ugbetan.
4. Repeat for the other knob andT-block.
Fig. F
Fig. D
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INSTALLING FEES HANDLES (FIG. E)
1.
2,
Locate three feed handles in the loose parts bag.
Screw the feed handles (1) into the threaded holes (2)
in the hub (3), Tighten
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INSTALUNG THE CHUCK (FIG. G, H, and I
1. Clean out the tapered hole In the chuck (1) wlth a
CkHlndoth.
2. Clean tapered surfacason the arbor (2) and spindle(3).
CAUTION: Make sure there am no foreign particles
stk:kingto the surfaces.The slightest piece of dirt on
any of these surfaces will prevent the chuck from
seating properly.This will cause the ddll chuck and
bit to wobble. If tapered hole is extremely dirty, use a
cleaning solvent.
7. Using a robber mallet, plastic-tipped hammer, or a
mOCKOTwood and a hammer, firmlytap the chuck
upward into posi_n on the spindle shaft.
Fig. I
Fig. G
3. 4(FIG. H) Push the chuck (1) onto the spindle
arbor (2). Tap gently to ensure seat.
4. 5Lower the spindle by turning the feed handles (8)
countemlockwise, until the slot (4) appears on the
quill (5).
5. Push the chuck and spindlearbor up into the spindle,
making sure the tang (6) (upper narrow end of the
spindle arbor shank) is engaged and locked in the
inner slot (7) of the spindle. This can be seen
through the outer slot (4) of the quill by rotatingthe
chuck and arbor until the two slots are aligned.
6. Open the jaws of the chuck (1) by rotating the chuck
sleeve clockwise.To prevent damage, make sure the
jaws are completely receded into the chuck.
Fig. H
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INSTALLING UGHT BULB (RG. J) (not Included)
1. Install a light bulb (no larger than 60 watt) intothe
socket inside the head.
Fig. J
DRILL PRESS ADJUSTMENTS
Fig. L
CAUTION: All the adjustments for the opera,on of the
ddl press have been completed at the lectory.Due to
normal wear and use, some occasional madjustmente
may be necessary.
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SQUARING TABLE TO HEAD (RG. K and L)
4
NOTE: The table arm and support has a preddlledhole
with a lockingset screw inserted for lockingthe table to
a predetermined0 ° horizontal_.
It must be loosened
to change the angle of the table.
1.
2.
3.
Insert a 1/4", or larger diameter, precisionground
stset rod (1), approximately3" long,intothe chuck (2).
Tighten the chuck jaws.
Raise table to working height and lock.
Using the combinationsquare (3), placeena edge
fiat on the tebie, and align the other edge verlfoally
beside the rod (1).
Fig. K
2
1
3
7
BEVEL SCALE (FIG. L and M)
NOTE: The bevel scale has been included to measure
approximate bevel angles. If precision is necessary,
a square or other measuring tool should he used to
position the table.To use the bevel scale (7):
1. Loosen the Ioddng set screw (4) to RELEASE it from
the table support.
2. Loosen the large hex head bevel locking bolt (6).
To prevent injury, be sure to hold the table & table arm
assembly, so it will not swivel or tilt.
3.
4.
5.
6.
I I I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I I
Tilt the table, aligningthe desired angle measurement
to the zero line opposite the scale (7).
Tighten the bevel lockingbolt. (6).
To return the table to its original position, loosen the
bevel lockingbolt (6). Realign the bevel scale (7) to
the 0 ° position.
Tighten the locking set screw (4) until it is seated in
the horizontal 0_ hole of the table support.
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Fig. M
4.
If an adjustment is necessary, loosen the lockingset
screw (4) with the 3 mm hex key to RELEASE the
table from the horizontal position.
5. Loosen the large hex head bevel lockingbolt (6).
Tolprevent injury,be sure to hold the table &table arm
assembly, so it will not swivel or tilt.
6.
7.
5
Align the square to the red by rotating the table until
the square and rod are in line.
Retighten the large bex belt. (6).
6
7
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To prevent personal injury, always disconnect plug
from the power source when making any adjustment.
Fig. O
SPINDLE I QUILL (FIG. N)
Rotate the feed handles counterclockwiseto lower
spindleto its lowest position. Hand supportthe
spindlesecurely and move it back and forth around
the axis. If there is too much play, do the following:
1. Loosen the lock nut (1).
2. Turn the screw (2) clockwiseto eliminate the play,
but without obstructingthe upward movement of
the spindle. (A little play in the spindle is normal.)
3. Tighten the lock nut (1).
2
Fig. N
To avoid injury from an accidental start, ALWAYS
make sure the switch is in the "OFF" position, the
switch key is removed, and the plug is not connected
to the power source outlet before making belt
adjustments.
QUILL RETURN SPRING (FIG. O)
The quill return spring may need adjustment ifthe
tension cause the quillto return too rapidly or too
slowly.
1. Lowerthe table for additionalclearance.
2. Place a screwdriver in the lower front notch (1) of
the springcap (2). Hold it in place while loosening
and removingonly the outer jam nut (3).
3. With the screwdriverstillengaged in the notch,
loosen the inner nut (4) just until the notch(5)
disengages from the boss (6) on the drill press
head.
CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE THIS INNER NUT,
because the springwill forcibly unwind.
4. Carefully turn the spring cap (2) counterclockwise
with the screwdriver, engaging the next notch.
5. Lower the quill to the lowest position by rotating the
feed handle in a counterclockwise direction while
holding the spring cap (2) in position.
6. If the quill moves up and down as easily as you
desire, tighten the standard nut (4) with the
adjustable wrench. If too loose, repeat steps 2
through 5 to tighten. If too tight, reverse steps 4 and
5.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN and restrict quill
movement.
7. Replace the jam nut (3) and tighten against the
standard nut (4) to prevent the standard nut from
reversing.
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BELT TENSION (FIG. P)
Make sure pulleys are aligned properly as shown in
Figure R on page 15.
1. To unlock the belt tension, turn the belt tension lock
knobs (1) on each side of the drill press head
counterclockwise.
2. Tighten the belts by turning the belt tension handle
(2) clockwise.
3. Loosenthe belts by turning the belt tensin handle
(2) counterclockwise.Set belts on pulley steps for
desired speed.
4. Lock the belt tension lock knobs (1) by turning
clockwise.
NOTE: Belt tension is correct if the belt deflects
approximately 1/2 inch when pressed at its center.
Fig. P
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To avoid injury from an accidental start, ALWAYS
make sure the switch is in the "OFF" position, the
switch key is removed, and the plug is not connected
to the power source outlet before making belt
adjustments.
BASIC DRILL PRESS OPEATIONS
SPEEDS AND BELT PLACEMENT
This drill press has
250 RPM
340 RPM
390 RPM
510 RPM
ALIGNING THE BELT PULLEYS (FIG. N)
Open the head cover of the Drill Press. Check
alignment of the pulleys with a straight edge (5) such
as a framimg square, a level, or a piece of a wood.
Lay the straight edge across the top of the pulleys. If
all three pulleys are NOT aligned:
1. Release belt pressure by loosening the belt tension
lock knobs (4) on either side of the head, unlocking
the belt tension handle (1).
2. Loosen the motor mount nuts (2). Lift or lower the
motor (3) until the pulleys are in line.
3. Tighten the motor mount nuts (2) using an
adjustable wrench.
12 speeds, as
600 RPM
650 RPM
990 RPM
1550 RPM
(FIG. R)
listed below:
1620RPM
1900RPM
2620 RPM
3100RPM
See inside of the pulley guard for specific placement
of the belts on the pulleys to change speeds.
To avoid possible injury, keep guard closed, in place,
and in proper working order while tool is in operation.
NOTE: To avoid rattles or other noise, the motor
housing should not touch the lower belt guard
housing.
4. Retighten the belts by turning the belt tension
handle (1) clockwise, until the belt deflects
approximately 1/2 inch when pressed in the center.
Fig. R
9
9
9
9
Q
9
9
250 trim_
NOTE: Refer to the chart inside the belt guard
cover for recommended drilling speeds and
belt/pulley positions.
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510 tdmin
5. Lock the belt tension lock knobs (4) by turning
clockwise.
NOTE: When the belts are new, it may be difficult to
move the belts. As the machine is used, the belts will
gain more elasticity and will be easier to adjust.
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Fig. Q
9
9
9
3100 tr_lin
1
4
3
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ON I OFF SWITCH PANEL (FIG. S)
The "ON I OFF" switch has a removable, yellow
plastickey. With the key removed from the switch,
unauthorizedand hazardous use by children and
other is minimized.
1. To turnthe drillpress "ON', insert key (1) into the
slotof the switch (2), aqd move the switch upward
to the "ON" position
2. To turn the drill press "OFF', move the switch
downward.
3. To lockthe switch in the =OFF" position, grasp the
end, or yellow part, of the switchtoggle, and pull it
out.
4. With the switchkey removed, the switch will not
operate.
5. If the switch key is removed while the drillpress is
running,it can be turned "OFF" but cannot be
restartedwithout insertingthe switch key.
6. To turnthe worklight"ON", press the rocker switch
(3).
7. Never leave the drill press unattended. Turn the
lightswitch and power switch"OFF" and wait until it
comesto a complete stop.
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ALWAYS lock the switch "OFF" when the drill press is
not in use. Remove the key and keep it in a safe place.
In the event of a power failure, blown fuse, or tripped
circuit breaker, turn the switch "OFF" and remove the
key, preventing an accidental startup when power comes
on.
INSTALLING DRILL BIT IN CHUCK (FIG. T)
1. With the switch "OFF" and the yellow switch key
removed, open the chuck jaws (1) using the chuck key
(2). Turn the chuck key counterclockwiseto open the
chuck jaws (1).
2. Insertthe drillbit (3) into the chuck far enoughto
obtain maximum grippingby the jaws, but not far
enough to touch the spiral grooves (flutes) of the drill
bit when the jaws are tightened.
3. Make sure that the drillis centered in the chuck.
4. Turn the chuck key clockwiseto tighten the jaws.
To avoid injury or accident by the chuck key ejecting
forcibly from the chuck when the power is turned "ON",
use only the self-ejecting chuck key supplied with this
drill press. ALWAYS recheck and remove the chuck key
before turning the power"ON".
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Fig.T
To preventthe workpiece or backup materialfrom being
tom from your hands while drilling, you MUST position
the workpiece against the LEFT side of the column. If the
workpiece or the backup material is not long enough to
reach the column, clamp them to the table, or use the
fence provided with the drill press to brace the workpiece.
Failure to secure the workpiece could result in personal
injury.
USING THE FENCE (FIG. U)
The fence provides a way of accuratelyand quickly
settingup the workpiece for more precisionor for repitive
drillingoperations.
1. Using the centerpunch or sharp nail, make an
indentationin the workpiece where _ou want to drill.
2. Lowerthe drillbit to align with the indentationon the
workpiece. See "HOLDING A DRILLING LOCATION"
page 19.
3. Loosen the knobs (1) and slide the fence back stop (2)
firmly against the long side of the workpiece.Tighten
the knobswhen in position.
4_ Loosenthe wing nut (3) and slide the end stop (4)
along the fence until it is firmly against the left side of
the workpiece.Tighten the wing nut.
5. Check the accuracy by drillinga scrap workpiece.
Adjust if needed.
6. Hold with your hand or clamp the top surface of the
workpiece firmly to prevent it from liftingoff the table
when the bit is raised.
Fig. U
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DRILLING TO A SPECIFIC DEPTH (FIG. V)
Drillinga blindhole (not all the way through workpiece)
to a given depth can be done two ways:
Workpleca method
1. Mark the depth (1) of the hole on the side of the
workpiece.
2. W'_ththe switch"OFF", bringthe drill bit down until
the tip is even with the mark.
3. Hold the feed handle (2) at this position.
4. Spin the lower nut (3) down to contact the depth
stop (4) on the head.
5. Spin the upper nut (5) down and tightenagainst the
lower nut (3)..
6. The drillbit will now stop after travelingthe distance
marked on the workpiece.
LOCKING THE CHUCK AT THE DESIRED DEPTH
(FIG. W)
1. With the switch "OFF", turn the feed handles until the
chuck (1) is at the desired depth_Hold the feed
handles at this position.
2. Turn the stop nut (2), located under the depth stop
(3), counterclockwiseand upwards,until it is against
the depth stop.
3. The chuck will now be held at this positionwhen the
feed handles are released.
Flg.W
Depth scale method
Note: With the chuck up the tip of'the drillbit must be
just slightlyabove the top of the workpiece.
1. With the switch "OFF", turn the feed handle (2) until
depth stop (4) points to the desired depth on the
depth scale (6) and hold the feed handle in that
position.
2. Spin the lower nut (3) down to contact the depth
stop (4).
3. Spin the upper nut (5) against the lower stop nut (3)
and tighten.
4. The drill bit will stop after traveling the distance
selected on the depth scale.
Fig. V
REMOVING CHUCK AND ARBOR (FIG. X)
1. With the switch "OFF", adjust the depth stop nut (1) to
hold the drillat a depth of three inches. (See
instructionsfor "LOCKING CHUCK AT DESIRED
DEPTH").
2. Align the key holes in the spindle (2) and quill(3) by
rotatingthe chuck by hand.
3. Insertthe key wedge (4) into the key holes (2 & 3).
4. Tap the key wedge (4) lightlywith a plastictipped
hammer, until the chuck and arbor fall out of the
spindle.
NOTE: Place one hand below the chuck to catch it
when it falls out.
Fig. X
S
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4
BASIC OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS
To get the best results and minimize the likelihoodof
personalinjury,follow these instructionsfor operating
your drillpress.
For your own safety, always observe the SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS listedhere and on pages 3, 4 and 5
of the instructionmanual.
YOUR PROTECTION
To avoid being pulled intothe power tool, do not wear
looseclothing,gloves, neckties, or jewelry. Always tie
back long hair.
1. If any part of your drill press is missing, malfunctioning,
damaged or broken, stop operation immediately until
that part is properlyrepaired or replaced.
2. Never place your fingers in a positionwhere they
could contactthe drill bit or other cutting tool. The
workpiece may unexpectedly shift,or your hand could
slip.
3. To avoid injuryfrom parts thrown by the spring, follow
instructionsexactly when adjusting the springtension
of the quill.
4. To preven the workpiece from being torn from your
hands, thrown,spun by the tool, or shattered, always
properlysupportyour workpiece as follow:
a. Always positionBACKUP MATERIAL (used
beneath workpiece ) so that it contacts the left
side of the column, or use the fence providedand
a clamp to brace a small workpiece.
b. Whenever possible, positionthe WORKPIECE to
contactthe left side of the column. If it is too short
or the table is tilted, use the fence provided or
clamp solidlyto the table, using the table slots.
c. When usinga drill press vise, always fasten it to
the table.
d. Never do any work freehand (hand-holding the
workpiece rather than supporting it on the table),
exceptwhen polishing.
e. Securelylock the head and supportto the column,
the table arm to the support, and the table to the
table arm, before operating the drill press.
f. Never move the head or the table while the tool is
running.
g. Beforestarting an operation,jog the motor switch
to make sure the drillor other cutting tool does not
wobble or cause vibration.
h. If a workpiece overhangsthe table so itwill fall or
tip if not held, clamp it to the table or provide
auxiliarysupport.
i. Use fixturesfor unusualoperations to adequately
hold,guide, and positionworkpiece.
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j. Use the SPINDLE SPEED recommended for the
specificoperation and workpiece material. Check
the panel on the inside pulley cover or the chart
belowfor drillingspeed information.For
accessories, refer to the instructionsprovidedwith
each accessory.
5. Never climbon the drill press table, it could break
or pull the entire drill press down on you.
6. Turn the motor switch"OFF", and put away the
switch key when leaving the drillpress.
7. To avoid injuryfrom thrownwork or tool contact,do
not perfornlayout, assembly, or set up work on the
table while the cuttingtool is rotating.
DRILLING SPEED TABLE (rpm)
Drill Bit
Diam.
Material
Wood
(Inches)
1/32
3100
6.1umi- Plastic Mild
Stain-
mum
less
3100
Steel
3100
3100
3100
1620
2620
1/16
1/8
1620
2620
990
1550
3/16
990
1550
600
650
600
650
340
510
340
510
250
1620
2620
1/4
1620
2620
5/16
990
1550
3/8
7/16
1/2
9/16
5/8
990
1550
1630
2620
600
650
600
650
HOLDING A DRILLING LOCATION
1. Using a centerpunchor sharp nail, make an
indentationin the workpiece where you want the
hole.
2. Using the feed handles,bdng the drilldownto align
with the indentationbefore turningthe drillON.
POSITIONING THE TABLE AND WORKPIECE
(FIG. Y and Z)
1. Lock the table (1) to the column (2) at a positionso
the tip of the drillbit (3) is just above the top of the
workpiece(4).
2. ALWAYS place a BACK-UP MATERIAL (scrap
wood)on the table beneath the workpiece.This will
preventsplinteringor heavy burringon the
undersideof the workpiece. To keep the back-up
material from spinning out of control, it MUST
contact the LEFT side of the column.
TILTING THE TABLE (FIG. AA)
NOTE: The table arm and support (1) has a preddlled
hole with a locking set screw inserted for locking the
table into a predetermined 0 ° horizontal position.
1. To use the table in a bevel (tilted) position, turn the
locking set screw (2) with the hex key
counterclockwise
to release it from the table
support.
2. Loosen the large hex head bevel locking bolt (3).
To prevent the workpiece or backup material from being
torn from your hands while drilling, you MUST position it
against the LEFT side of the column. If the workpiece or
the backup matedal is not long enough to reach the
column, use the fence provided with the drill press to
brace the workpiece. Failure to do this could result in
personal injury.
_t
To prevent injury,be sure to hold the table & table
arm assembly, so it will not swivel or tilt.
Fig. Y
2
Fig. AA
\
3. For small pieces that cannot be clamped to the
table, use a drill press vise (optinal accessory).
The drill press vise MUST be clamped or bolted to the
table to avoid injury from a spinning workpiece, or
damaged vise or bit parts.
Remove the drill press fence when it interferes with other
drill press accessories.
Fig. Z
3. Tilt the table, aligning the desired angle
measurement to the zero line opposite the scale (4).
Tighten the bevel locking bolt.
4 To return the table to its original position, loosen
the bevel locking bolt (3). Realign the bevel scale (4)
to the 0° position
5 Using the hex key, turn the locking set screw (2)
clockwise to seat into the hole.
To avoid injury from spinning work or tool breakage,
always clamp workpiece and backup material
securely to the table before operating the drill press
with the table tilted
FEEDING
1. Pull down the feed handles with only enough effort
to allow the drill bit to cut.
2 Feeding too slowly might cause the drill bit to burn.
Feeding too rapidly might stop the motor, cause the
belt or drill to slip, or tear the workpiece loose and
break the drill bit
3. When drilling metal, it may be necessary to
lubricate the drill bit tip with motor oil, to prevent
burning the tip.
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MAINTAINING YOUR DRILL PRESS
To avoidshock or fire hazard, if the power cord is worn or
cut in any way, have it replaced immediately.
For your own safety, turn the switch=OFF" and remove
the plug from the power source outlet before maintaining
or lubricatingyour drillpress.
LUBRICATION
All of the drill press ball bearingsare packed with grease
at the factory. They require no further lubrication.
Frequently blow out, using an air compressoror dust
vacuum, any dust that accumulates inside the motor.
Periodicallylubricatethe gear and rack, table elevation
mechanism of the spindlethe rack (teeth) of the quill.
A coat of automotive paste wax applied to the table and
columnwill help to keep the surface clean.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
To avoid injuryfrom an accidental start, turn the switch"OFF" and always remove the plug from the power source before
makingany adjustment.
• Consultyour local Sears Service Center iffor any reason the motor will not run.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REMEDY
1. Incorrectbelt tension.
1. Adjust tension. See Section
"ASSEMBLY - TENSIONING BELT"
2. Lubricate spindle. See Section
"LUBRICATION".
3. Check tightness of retaining nut on pulley, and
tighten if necessary.
4. Tighten set screw in motor pulley.
1. Change speed. See Section" BASIC DRILL
PRESS OPERATION - SPINDLE SPEEDS"
2. Restract drill frequently to clear chips.
Noisyoperation
2. Dry spindle.
3. Loose spindlepulley.
Drill bit burn.
4. Loose motor pulley.
1. Incorrect speed.
2. Chips not coming out of
hole.
3. Dull drill bit.
4. Feeding too slowly.
5. Not lubricated.
Run out of drill bit point drilled hole not round.
3. Resharpen drill bit.
4. Feed fast enough - allow drill to cut.
5. Lubricate drill. See Section "BASIC DRILL
PRESS OPERATION-FEEDING"
1. Resharpen drill bit correctly.
Wood splinters on
underside.
1. Hand grain in wood or
lengths of cutting flutes
and/or angles not equal.
2. Bent drill bit.
1. No backup material under
workpiece.
2. Replace drill bit.
1. Use backup material. See Section "BASIC
DRILL PRESS OPERATION".
Workpiece torn loose from
hand.
1. Not supported or clamped
properly.
1. Support workpiece or clamp it. See Section
"BASIC DRILL PRESS OPERATION".
Drill bit binds in workpiece.
1. Workpiece pinching drill bit,
or excessive feed presure.
2. Improper belt tension.
1. Support workpiece or clamp it. See Section
"BASIC DRILL PRESS OPERATION".
2. Adjust tension. See Section" ASSEMBLY TENSIONING BELT".
Excessive drill bit runout
or wobble.
1. Bent drill bit.
2. Worn bearings.
3. Drill bit not propedy installed
in chuck.
4. Chuck not properly installed.
1. Use a straight drill bit.
2. Replace bearings.
3. Install drill properly. See Section "BASIC
DRILL PRESS OPERATION" and
"ASSEMBLY".
4. Install chuck properly. See Section
"ASSEMBLY - iNSTALLING THE CHUCK".
Quill returns too slow or
too fast.
1. Spring has improper tension.
1. Adjust spring tension. See Section
"ASSEMBLY - ADJUSTMENTS -QUILL
RETURN SPRING".
Chuck will not stay
attached to spindle. It falls
off when trying to install.
1. Dirt, grease, or oil on the
tapered inside surface of
chuck or on the spindle's
tapered surface.
1.
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Using a household detergent, clean the
tapered surface of the chuck and spindle to
remove all dirt, grease and oil. See Section
"ASSEMBLY - INSTALLING THE CHUCK".
15" DRILL PRESS PARTS LIST
When servicing use only CRAFTSMAN replacement parts•Use of any other parts may create a HAZARD or cause
product damage,
Any attempt to repair ot replace electrical parts on this Ddll Press may create a HAZARD unless repair is done by a
qualifiedservice technician. Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Service Center•
Always order by PART NUMBER, not by key number
Key
Descdpfon
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HEX. HD, BOLT
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05V8
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TILTING SCALE
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LOCK HANDLE
Size
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Size
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CR. RE. PAN HD. SCREW
PULLEY COVERASS'Y
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1
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CENTER PULLEY
3
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FLAT WASHER
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MOTOR ROD
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GWVR TRADEJA_RK LABEL
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MOTOR BASE
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FLAT WASHER
PARALLEL BRACKET
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SPBING WASHER
HEX. NUT
FEED SHAFT ASS_F
2
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HANDLE BAR ABS'Y
SCALE RING
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CAP HD, $QNECK BOLT
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061Y MOTOR ROO
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MODEL NO. 127. 229151
15" DRILL PRESS PARTS LIST
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Manual de Operaci6n
CRIIFTSMllN"
1 HP (Potencia M&xima)
12 Velocidades (250-3100 R.P.M.)
Mandril de 518 Pulg.
PRENSA TALADRADORA
DE 15 PULG.
Modelo No.
137.229151
CUIDADO:
Antes de user esta Prensa
Taladradora leer este manual
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•
y seguir todas las Reglas de
Seguridad e Instrucciones
de Operaci6n.
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Instrucciones de Seguridad
Instalaci6n
Operaci6n
Maintenimiento
Lista de Partes
Tel6fono para
Ayuda al Cliente
1-800-843-1682
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co.,
Part No. 137229151001
Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
USA
SECCI6N
Garania
PAGINA
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Especiflcaciones de la Herramienta
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Instrucciones
de Segutidad
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Accosorios y Aditamentos
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Contenido de la Caja ................................................................................................
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27
30
30
Farniliarizares
con la Prensa Taladradora
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Glosario de T6rminos
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32
33
Ensamblaje
34
y Regulaci6n
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Operaci6n ................................................................................................................
Mantenimiento ............................
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Guia para Diagn6stico de Problemas .........................................................................
Partes ......................................................................................................................
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GARANTJA TOTAL DE 1 ANO
Siesta herramienta presentase defectos de material o fabricacibn dentro del primer argoa partir de la fecha de
compra, Sears la reparar_ sin costo alguno
Contactarse con un Centro de Servicio de Sears pare la reparacibn.
Siesta herramienta se usa para fines comerciales o para alquiler, esta garantia se aplica s61o per los primeros 90
a partir de la fecha de compra.
Esta garantia le otorga derechos legaLes espec{ficos y tambi_n podrla usted tener otros derechos que varian de un
estado a otto
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 8t7 WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
r.,_
Certaines poussieresprovenant d'activit6ssur outils_lectdques, comme ponc..age,sciage, meulage, pelage et d'autres activit_s
relatives a la construction contiennent des produits chimiques connues pour causer cancer, anomalies congenitales ou autres dsques
pour la reproduction. Certains exemples de cos produits chimiques sont :
• plomb provenant de peintures _ base de plomb ;
• silice cristallisee provenant des bdques et du ciment et d'autres produits de ma<;onnerie, et
• arsenic et chrome provenant du bois chimiquement traite.
Vos dsques d'6tre expos6 _ces produits vadent selon le temps pass6 &faire ce type de travail. Afin de reduire rexposition & cos
produits chimiques, il faut travailler dans un endroit bien a6r6, et porter de I'_quipement de securit6 approuve comme des masques
poussi6re congus sp6cialement pour ]e filtrage de particules microscopiques.
TAMAI;IO DEL MANDRIL..5/8°(16 ram)
VELOCIDADES ............... 12 (250 ~ 3,100 RPM)
MOTOR .........................
120V, 60 Hz, 8 AMPS
CABALLAJE ...................... 1 HP (Desarrollo Max.)
LUZ INCORPORADA .........60 Wats (Mdximo)
(No incluye el foco)
TAMAI;IO DE LA MESA.....13-1/4"x13-1/4" (33.6 cm x 33.6 cm)
INCLINACION
DE LA MESA ...................... 45 ° A LA DERECHA O IZQUIERDA
DESPLAZAMIENTO
DEL EJE .............................. 3-1/8"(8 cm)
CUELLO ............................... 7-1/2"(19 cm)
TAMA_IO DE LA BASE-=....11")(20-3/8" (28 cm x 52 cm)
ALTURA ............................... 63-1/4"(1.61 m)
El polvocreado per el lijado mecanico, aserrado, rectificado,
taladrado y otras actividades empleadas en construcci6n
contiene productos quimicos que se sabe causan cancer,
defectos congenitos u otros daSos al sistema reproductor.
Algunos de estos productos quimicos son :
• plomo proveniente de pinturas a base de plomo
• silice cristalizada de ladnllos y cemento y otros productos de
alba_ileria y,
• arsenico y cromo de madera tratada quimicamente.
Su riesgo de exposicibn a estos productos varia dependiendo
de cuan a menudo usted hace este tipo de trabajo. Para reducir
su exposicibn a estos productos quimicos :trabaje en lugares
bien ventilados y utilice equipo de seguridad aprobado, tal
como mdscaras contra el polvo especialmente disefladas para
filtrar particulas microscopicas.
LAS
14.RETIRAR
REGULACI_N.
INSTRUCCIONES GENERALES DE
SEGURIDAD
HERRAMIENTAS DE
Formarseel tk_oito
deverificarquelas
herramientas
y lasIlavesde regulaci6nhayansideretJradas
deltaladroantesdeactivarlo.
ANTES DE USAR LA PRENSATALADRADORA
NUNCADEJARDESATENDIDAUNAHERRAMIENTA
Laseguridades unacombinaci6n
desenlidocomdn,mantenerse 15.
ELI_CTRICACUANDOESTI_FUNClONANDO.
alertay sabercomousarla PrermaTaladradera.
DESCONECTARLA FUENTEDEENERG|A.Noalejarse
del lugarhastaquela herramienta
se hayadetenidopor
'RETiPJ_I_VI_I_eg
compieto.
Paraevitarermresquepuedancausarlesiones
serias,no
16. NUNCAPARARSESOBRELA HERRAMIENTA.
Pusden
conectareltaladrobasrahaderle|doy entendidoIo siguiente:
ocurdrlesionesseriassi laherramienta
se volteao sise
entraen contacto
coneltaladro.
1 LEERy famiUarizarso
contodeestemanualde
instrucoionesENTENDERlasapiicaciones,
limitacinoesy
17. NO ESTIRARSEM/t,SALLA DEL ALCANCEDEUNO.
riesgasposibles
MantenerlosdospiesbienapoFados
y el equilibro
en
2 MANTENERLOSPROTECTORESENPOSlCI(_Ny en
todomomento.
buenascondiciones
de operadbn
18. DARMANTENIMIENTO
CUIDADOSOA LAS
3. NOOPERAREN AMBIENTIES
PELIGROSOS.No usarla
HERRAMIENTAS.
Pareunaoperaci6n
mejor,mdsseguray
herramienta
enlugares
ht_medos,mojadeso e._puestos
a la
rdpida,mantanerlesherramientas
aflladasy limpias.
Seguir
Iluvia.Mantenerel dreade trabajobieniluminada.
las instrucciones
parala lubricack_y cambiode accesorios.
4.
NO USARherramientas
eldctricas
en la presenciade
Ifquidosogasesinflamables.
5.
MANTIENEREL AREA DETRABAJOUMPIA. Lasdreasy
mesasdetrabajocongestJonadas
inv_tan
a queocurran
accidentes.
6.
MANTENERA LOS NIl;lOSALEJADOS.Todoslos
visitantes
debenmantenerse
a unadistanciaseguradel
_rea de trabajo
7.
NOFORZARLA HERRAMIENTA.
La herramienta
hardun
mejortmbajoy rodssegurous_ndolaS61O
en laformapara
laquefuedisefiada.
8.
9
USARLA HERRAMIENTAADECUADA.Noforzarla
herramientaal haceruntrabajoparael coalno haside
diseSada.
USARROPAADECUADANO usarropasuelta,guantes,
corbatas,anillos,brazaletesnijeyasque puedanquedar
atrapadosanlaspiezasmoviblesde la herramientaSe
recomienda
usarcalzadoantJmsbalante
Usarprendasde
cabezaparacubriro contenerel cabetlo
largo.
t9. INSPECClONARPAPADETECTARPIEZASDANADAS.
Antesdeusarla herramienta,
siempreinspeccionada
cuidadosamente
parecemiorares
silosprotectores
u otras
piezasest_n dahadasy determinar
siva a operar
adecuadamente
enel usoquese leva a dar.Inspecolonar
si haypiezasmoviblesdesalineadas
o atracadas;
partes
rotaso realmontadas,y coalquierotracondici6n
quepueda
afectarlaoperaci6nde laherramienta.
Si un protector
o
cualquier
otrapiezaestuviese
da_adadeberepamrse
adesuadamente
o reemp_azarse.
20. ASEGURARSEQUELOSNINOSNOTENGANACCESO
ALTALLERDETRABAJO.Usarcandados,
intenuptores
maestrosy quitarlosIlavesde activaci_n.
21 NOoperarla herramienta
bajola influencia
dedrogas,
alcoholo medicamentosque pudiesenafectarla habilidad
paraoperarla herramienta
adecuadamente
22.
Elpolvogeneradopor ciertosmaterialespuedesernocivo
parala salud.Siempreoperarla PrensaTaladmdoraen un
areabien ventiladapara eliminarel polvo.Cuandofuese
posible,usarsisternasrecolectoresde potvo.
10. USARUNAM/t,SCARAPARALA CARAO PARAPOLVO.
Los trabajoscon tatadroproducenpolvo.
23 SIEMPREUSAR
PROTECCION
PAPALOSOJOS
Cualquier
PrensaTaladradora
puedearrojar cuerposextrahos
a
los ojosquepuedencausar
dafiospermanentes
a la vista
SIEMPREusarGalasde
11 DESCONECTAR
LAS HERRAMIENTAS
antesde cambiarle
accesoriostalescomo:hojas,brocas,cortadores
y similares
12. REDUCIREL RIESGODE ARRANQUESACCIDENTALES.
Cerciorarse
queei interruptor
deenergiaest_enla posicibn
=OFF"(Apagado)antesde enchufarlaherramienta
a la
corfienteeldctrica.
Seguridad (no anteojos) que cumplan con la norrna Z87.1
de ANSI. Los anteojosde uso diafiosSIotienen ]entes
resistentes a losimpactos, estos NO SON galas de
seguridad. I.as Gatas de Seguridad pueden adquirirse en
Sears. NOTA: Los anteojos o galas que no cumplen con la
norma Z87.1 de ANSI pueden causar daSosserlos al
13. USAR ACCESORIOS RECOMENDADOS. Consultarcon
el manual del opemdorpara determinar cuales son los
acoesoriosrecomendados.El usode accesorios
inapropiadospuede ser peligrosoy genemr riesgo de
lesionespersonales,
CONSERVAR
romperse.
ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES
27
REGLAS DE SEGURIDADESPEC|FICAS
PARALA PRENSATALADRADOFIA
RBIJI_=I_I=K_
14. FIJAR LA PIEZADE"rRABAJO,Cuandofuese_,
usarsargentaso una prensaparasujetarla plezadetrabaJo.
Es n_a seguroque usarla _
y dejalibreambasmanoe
paraoperarla herramlerCa.
15. AL USAR unaprensaparataJadro,
siempresujetadaa
la mesa.
Porsupropiaseguddad,
nobatarde usarla PrensaTaladradora
ni
enchufarla
hastaqueest6cornpletamente
ensamblada
e instalada t6. CERCIORARSEQUEtodosloselement.smec._nicos
de
deacuerdoconlasistmcciones,
y hastahaberlefdoy entendido
sujeci6nest6najustados
firmementeantesde comenzar
estemanualdeinstnJcciones:
a taladrar.
LA PRENSATALADRADORA DEBE ESTAR
EMPERNADA en forma seguraal banco de trabajo.
Adicionalmente,si hubiese la tendenciaa que el
bancode trabajoTaladradorase muevadurante
ciertasoperaciones,empernar la prensaal piso.
2,
3.
4.
5.
6.
ESTAPRENSATALADRADORA
s61oes paraucameen
condidones
secasyen intedores.
17. ASEGURAREL CABEZALCON ELSEGUROy sujetarel
soportede la mesaa la columna,y la rnesaal soporteantes
deoperarla PrensaTaladradora.
18. NUNCAhacerfuncionar
la PrensaTaladradora
antes
dehaberdespejado
todoobjetode la mesa(henamientas,
_hos
de madera,etc.).
19.
DSARPROTECCK_N
OCULAR.USARmdscaraprotectora
paralacarao parapolvosjuntocongalasde segundadsi
la operacibngenerapoivo.USARprotectoresde ofdo,
especialmente
durantepedodoslargosdeoperackSn.
20.
NO usarguantes,corbatani ropasuelta.
NO intentartaladrarobjetosque seandemasiadopequerios
comeparafijarlosconsujetadores.
SIEMPREmantenerlasmanosfueradetcaminode las
brocas.Evitarcolocarlasmanosen posiciones
en las
cualesunresbal6ns0bitopuedahacerque lasmanos
entrenencontactocon labroca.
ANTESDE COMENZARlaoperadbn,hacerfuncionar
el
taladrobrevementea bajavelocidad
paracarciorarseque no
se bamboleeo vibre.
PERMmRQUE EL EJE ALCANCESUVELOCIDAD
MAXIMAantesde comenzara
a taladrar.Siel taladrohaca
alg_nruidoqueno seafamiliaro vibraexcesivamente,
detenereltrabajoinmediatamente,
apagarel taladroy
desenchufado
de la corriente.
Novotverloa poneren
operaci6n
hastahabercorregidoel problema.
21. NO raalizarlaboresdetrazado,ensamblaje
ni praparaci6n
sobrela mesa cuandola herramientaest_enoperacibn.
7.
NOinstalarni usarbrocascuyolargoexceda175 mm(7")o
que se proyecten
150 mm (6")pordebajode lasquijadas
delmandril.Puedendoblarses6bitarnente
haciaafuera
o romperse.
8.
NOUSARruedasde alambre,brocasparaburiladoras,
cuchillas
formadoras,
cortadores
de cfmulosni cepillos
giratorios
en estaPrensaTaladradora.
9.
CUANDOse estetaladrandounapiezagrandede material,
cerciorarse
que est_cornpletarnente
sujetaa la altura
de la mesa.
10. NOraalizaroperacibn
algunaa manolibre.SIEMPRE
sujetarla piezaque sa est_trabajando
en forrnafirme
contrala mesaparaqueno se muevao tuerza.Usar
sargentas
o prensassise taladranpiezasinestables.
11. CERCIORARSEqueno hayanclavosni objetosextrarios
en la parte de lapiezaquese va a taladrar.
22. USARLA VELOCIDADRECOMENDADA
parael accesorio
y tipode materialde la piezaque se est6trabajando.
VER
I_ASINSTRUCCIONES
quevienencon el accecorio.
23. AL TALADRARorificios
dedidmetmgrande,fijarla pieza
de trabajo
con sujetadores
enformafirmea la mesa.De
Iocontrario
la brocapuedeagarrarla piezaque se estd
trabajando
y hacerlagirara granvelocidad.
NOUSAR
cuchillas
defresadoranielementos
que taladrenoriflcios
rndltiples
porquepuedendesarmarsa
o desbalancearse
con el uso.
24. CERCIORARSEque eleje se hayadetenido
completamente
antesde entraren contacto
con ta piezadetrabajo.
25. PARAEVITARLESIONESdebidasa arranques
accidentales,
siemprecolocarel interruptor
enla posicibn
de
"OFF"(Apagado)y desanchufar
el taladroantes deinstalaro
ratiraraccesorios
o de realizarcualquier
ajusteo regulacibn.
26. MANTENER LOS PROTECTORES EN POSICI(_N y en
12. FIJARLA PIEZADETRABAJOCONSUJETADORES
buenas condicionesde operaci6n.
contrael lado izquierdo
de la columnaparaevitarque gire.
Si fuesemuy cortao sila mesa dela herramientaestuviese 27. SOLOUSARUNALLAVEDEL MANDRILTIPO AUTO
indinada,sujetadafirmementea la mesay usar la
EXPULSANTEcomo la provistaconla Pransa
guiaprovista.
Taladradora.
13. SI LA PIEZA DETRABAJO se proyecta fuera de la mesa
de forma tal que se caiga o inclinesi no estuviese sujeta,
sujetadaa la mesa o proveer un soporteauxiliar.
CONSERVAR
ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES
28
INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA CONEXI6N ATIERRA
EN EL EVF.N10DE UNAFALLAO MALFUNClONAMIENTO,
la conex_n a _rra Ixovee unavl'ade manorrosistenoia
parala
cordenteekY_foa,redudendoas( el riesgode choqueel_'trico.
Estaherramienta
estdequipadaconuncord6nel6ctricoqua
tieneun conductor
paraconexk_n
a IJerray tambi#nconun
enchufeconespigaparael mismofin.ElenchufeDEBE
conectarse
en un tomacorriente
que lehagajuego y que est6
debidamenteinstalado
y conectadoa tierrade acuerdocon
TODOSloscddigosy ordenanzaslocales.
NOMODIRCAREL ENCHUFIEPROVISTO.Si no entraenel
tomacordente,
hacerquaunelectricistacalificado
instaleun
tomacordente
adecuado.
LA CONEXJ6NINADECUADADELCONDUCTORparalJerra
deunequipopuedegenemrdesgode choqueeldctdco.
El
conductor
conform aislanteverde(cono sinrayasamarillas)es
elconductor
paraconexibn
a tierra.Si elcordbnel_"tricoo el
enchuferequierenreparaciones
o reemplazo,
NO conectarel
conductorparatierradel equipoa un terminalvivo.
Estaherramlenta
ostd _
parausarseenun drcuitoque
teogauntomacorrlente
comoel ilustrado
eft la RGURAA.
La RGURA(A) muestmunenchufeel_K_o y untornacontente
pe 3 contactos,
unode loscualeses un_onductorpare
cor_J6na _erra.Si nose disponede untomacordente
con
conductor
paraconooddn
a _erra,tempoPalmente
se puedeusar
un adaptader(RGURA B) paraenchufarfo
enuntomacorriente
de 2 contactos
sinconex_ a lJerra.Eladaptader(RGURA 13)
liene unanillodgidoque lesobresaley queDEBEconectarse
fisicameflte
en formapermanen_a IJerra,talcomolacajade un
tomaconiente
debidamente
conectadoa _erra.El C6digo
Eldctrico
Canadienseprohibeel usode estosadaptadere_
CUIDADO:Entodo6loscasos,carciorarseque el tomacorriente
en cuesti_ est6adecuadamenteconectado
a tierra.Si no se
estuvioseseguro,hacerqua unelecldcista
licenciado
inspeccione
el tomacordente.
EstaPrensaTaladradera
estddiseSada
dnicamente
parausoen
intedores.
Noexponedaa laIluviani usarlaenlugaresh_medes.
Fig. A
Enchufede3 espigas
AVERIGUARcon un electricista
o personaldeserviciosise
tienecualquiar
dudeen cuantoa la con_6n correctaa tierra
delequipo,o silasinstrucoionos
parala conexi6na tierrano
_st_nclaras.
®
SOLOUSARCORDONESDE EXTENSIONQUETENGAN
ENCHUFEDETRES ESPIGASY UNTOMACORRIENTEQUE
_,CEPTEEL ENCHUFEDE LA HERRAMIENTA.
REPARARO
REEMPLAZARINMEDIATAMENTE
LOSCORDONES
DAI_ADOSO GASTADOS.
RECOMENDACIONES
DE EXTENSION
,_ eJ'_
_Temacorriente
PARA LOS CORDONES
Fig. B
cAoninllOxiPara
Cerciorarseque el cordbndeextensibnest_ enbuenas
condiciones.AI usarun cord6nde extensi6n,cerciorarse
que
seaIo suficientemente_]mesopara conducirla corrienteque la
herramientademandera.Uncordensubdimensionadecausar-_
una caideen el voltajede la linea causandouna p_rdidade
cotenciay recalentamiento.
La tabtaque aparecoen esta
paginamuestralos calibrescorrectosde los cordonesseg_n
su extensi6ny el amperajerequeddopot la herramientaque
apareceen la placa.En caso de dude,usarel siguientecalibre
n_s grueso.Cuantomenoret nL_mero
del calibre,mayorel
di_,metrodel alambre.
Cerciorarsequa el cord6nde extensi6ntenga los alambres
adecuadosy queest_ en buenascondicioneseldctdcas.
Siemprereemplazar
loscordonesde extensi6n
daSadoso
hacerlosrepararperuna personacalificada
antesde usarlos.
Protegerloscordenesdeextensi6ndelosobjetosfilosos,del
caloro humedadexcesiva
y de lasareash_medaso mojadas.
Usar un ramal de circuito independiente para esta herramienta.
Este circuito debe ser de un alambre cuyo calibre no sea menor
a 12 y debe estar protegido con un fusi_e de retardo de 15
Amps. Antes de conectar el motor a la Iinea de suministro
el@ctrico,carciorarse que el interruptor est@en la posici6n de
='OFF"(Apagado) y que la corriente el_}ctdcasea la indicada en la
placa de datos del motor. Operar la herramienta con un voltaje
manor puede daSar el motor.
CONSERVAR
para
enchufe
de3 espigas
debidamente
conectado
a tierra
Cerciorarse
que
esto est_
-- conectadoa una
conexi6na
tierraconocida.
Adaptador
Tomacorriente
de 2 contactos
Paraproteccide
deloperadercontrachoquesel_ctdcos,
esta
herramientadebe estar conectadaa tierra.
ii#;! i i:t 11=l_ydl_ll_
[el i] =lllo],,-,ll(o]=1i[t]# i_.-tle]=1_:11=1_k"t[_]_ll_|_f[_l
($61o al usar 120 volUos)
Amperaje Especificado
m_s de
no rods
Longltud total del cordbn en pies
25'
50'
100'
150'
0
6
18
16
16
14
6
10
18
16
14
12
10
12
16
16
14
12
12
16
14
12
norecomendado
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29
DESEMBALAJE Y VERIFICACI( N
CONTENIDO
ACCESORIOS DISPONIBLES
$61ousaraccesorios
recomendados
paraesta Prensa
Taladradera.
Seguirlosinstrucoiones
que acompa_ana los
accesorios.
[] usodeaccesorios
inadecuados
puede
generarriesgos.
Si faltasanpiezaso hubiesen
piezasder3ades,noenohufar
la
PrensaTaladradora
hastaconseguir
laspiezasfaltanteso de
reemplazar
lasda_adasy basrahabercompletade
elensam_aje.
Visitarel Departamanto
de Ferretedade la liendaSears
mdscercanaover el Catdlogode Herramientas
EI6cbicas/
Neun_ticas y Manualesde Searsparalossiguiantos
_cesorios:
•
•
•
•
•
•
DEL
Desempaquetar
cuidadosamente
la PrensaTaladradora
y todas
suspartesy verificadas
contrala relaci6nqueestda
con_nuaci6n.
Paraprotegerla PrensaTaladradera
contrala humedad,las
partesmaquinadas
hansiderecubiertas
conunacapaprotectora
que sa deberemovercon unpasohumedecido
con kerosene
o WD-40.
BrocasparaTaladro
Sujetador
y Gu(a
PrensasparaPransaTaladradera
Juegode Mortajay EspigaparaPrensa
Taladradora
Juegode Sujetadores
Cincely BrocastipoMortajay Espiga
TamboresLijadores
RusdasPulidoras
de hasta4" (10 cm)de
DidmetroM_ximo
SierraparaOrificios
de hasta2-1/2' (6.35cm)
rRBligPJ_l_J_l_
Paraevitarincendioso reacoiones
t6xicas,nuncausargasolina,
naffa,acetona,tinerparalacaso solventes
similaresdealta
volatilidad
paralimpiarla PrensaTaladradora.
ParaovitarIosionoscausadasporpiezasrotaso piezasde
trabajomtasexpedidas,
s61ousaraccesorios
recomendados
paraesta PrensaTaladradora.
Searspuederecomender
otrosaccesorios
no listadosen este
manual.Visitarla tiendaSearsn_s cercanaover el Catdlogode
Herramientas
Eldctdcas/Neumdticas
y Manualesde Sears.
No usaraccesorioalgunoa manosde haberleido
completamenteelmanualde instrucoiones
u operaci6nde ese
acoesorio.
3O
ART
DESCRIPCI(_N
A.
B.
C.
D.
Cabezai
Mesa
Base
Columna
1
I
1
1
E
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L
M.
N,
O.
Balsacon piezas sueltas:
Manijasde Avance
Manijadel Seguro
Manivela
PernosHexagonales
Guia
PernoPerillade3 Aletas
Bloque-T
Arandela
LlavesHexaganales
Cuba
V_,stago
3
1
1
4
1
2
2
2
3
1
I
P.
Q.
Caja;
Uave del Manddl
Mandril
E.
CANTIDAD
o
A
C
F
H_
_
I
M
G
H
.1
J
K
0
31
L
Perilla de la Cubi_
Cubierta Protectora
Poleas de
Manija Tensionadora
Interruptor
de la Luz
Seguro dela
Manija
Tans_nadoia
de Co_eas
Manija Tensionadora de Correas
Manijas de Avance
Pemos de
Fijacibndel
Cabezal
Collarfnde
la Columna
Profundidad
_pe
Motor
tpa del Resorte
Sujetador
de1Cordbn
Mesa
Resole del
Mecanismo
de Avance
Cremallera
Cordbn El_,_,ct
dco
Escala de
Inclinaci6n
Seguro del
Soporte
de ia Mesa
Eje
Soporte de
la Mesa
Mortaja
Manivela
de la Mesa
Seguro de la Mesa
Drenaj,
A
Brazo de
la Mesa
_'-__
Vdstago
Mandril
Soporte
del a
Columna
Llave del Mandril
Tope del
Extremo
Base
de la_
Segurode
la Inclinacibn
J '_
I /J,_'"_
e,aMosa
v
Tomillo de Fijacibnen 0_
32
Tope Posterior de ia Guia
BASE - ,_porla la PreneaTeladradora.
Paramayore6tabilidad
provisladeodfick_paraempemarla PrensaTalaclradom
81
piso.(Ver"lnstruccionesdeSeguridadEspecificas
paraPransas
Teladraden ').
MATERIALDEAPOYO- Unapiezade rnaderade desachoque
sa colocaentrelapiezaquesa tmbajay la mesa.La mademde
apoyoevitaquese as_llela maderaquese taladracuandola
brocala al_a_eza.Tambidn
evitataladrarla superl_iede la
mesa.
CUBIERTAPROTECTORADECORREAS- Cubrelaspoleasy
correasdurantela opemci6nde la PrensaTeladradora.
TENSI6N DELAS CORREAS- Refedrsea lassecdones:
=Ensamblaje"
e =lnstalaci_y Tans_ de Correas".
MANUATENSIONADORADECORREAS- Girarlamanijaen
el sanlidedel relojperutensiohar
la correay contmel sentidodel
relojparaaliviarla tensk_.
SEGURODE LA MANUATENSIONADORADE CORREASAjustando
las manijassa fijael soportedel motory la manija
tensionadora
manteniendoladistanciay tensi6ncorrectade la
coffee.
VELOClDADDETALADRADO- Se cambiacolosando
lacorrea
an cualquiera
de laspoleas.Verla Tablede Velocidades
en la
perteintemade la cobierta
pmtectora
de lascorreas.
MANUASDE AVANCE- Muevenel mandrilhaciaarribay
abajo.Sifuesenecesario,
sa puedenquitarunao dosmanijas
cuandola piezade babajosea de unaforma taninusualque
interfiera
conlasmanijas.
GU_A- Se montaenla mesay sieveparealinearla p_ezade
trabajoo parehacerperforacionesrepetitivas
enformardpide.Es
desmontable.
Sacarlacuandointerfiem
conlosaccesorios
de la
PrensaTaladradora.
SEGUROSDELCABEZAL- Fijaelcabezalan la columna.
SIEMPREfijarel cabezalan posici6n
con losseguroscuandose
operela PrensaTeladradora.
CREMALLERA- Funcionaan combinacibn
conel mecanismo
deengranajes.
Sirveparefacilitarla elevacibndela mesa
operandea manelamanivelade la mesa.
REVOLUCIONESPORMINBTO(R.P.M.)- El nOmem
de
vueltascompletas
que unobjetogiratorio
da en un minuto.
ESCALADE INCLINACI_NDE LA MESA - Muestralos grades VELOCIDADDELEJE - LasR.RM.del eje.
de inclinaci6n
de la mesaparelostrabajosde pianoindinado.La
escalaestdmontadaa uncostadodel brazo.
TAPADEL RESORTE- Regulala tensi6ndel resortede la
mortaja.
MANDRIL- Sujetala brocateladradora
o cualquier
OtTO
accesoriorecomendade
parerealizerlos trabajosdesaados.
SEGURODEL SOPORTEDE LA MESA- AI ajustarlosagums
se ajustael soportedela mesaala columna.
Siempmtenerlo
LLAVEDEL MANDRIL- Usa gaveque sa autoeyecta
del
puestocuandosa operela PrensaTaledmdom.
mandrilcuandose lesuelta.Estaacci6nest_disafiadapara
evitarquela Ilavesalgadisparadadel mandril
cuandose active
MESA- Proveeunasuperficie
de trabajoparaapoyarla pieza
la herramienta.
No usarIlavessubstitutas.
Sise deteriorao
detrabajo.
pierde,ordenarunaIlavenueva.
COLUMNA - Es un tubo queconecta el cabezal, la mesa y la
base Loamfacilitarsu alineamientoy movimianto.
BRAZODE LA MESA- Se proyecta
mdsanddelsoportede la
mesaparemontar[a mesay alinearia.
COLLARiNDE LA COLUMNA- Sujetala cremellera
ala
columna.
Lacremallerase mantienem6vilenel collan'n
para
perm_rlosmovimientosdelsoportede la mesa.
PERILLADESEGURODE LA INCLINACI(_N
DE LA MESAFijala mesa an cualquierdngulode inclinaci6n
de 0°a 45°.
SOPORTEDELA COLUMNA- Soportala columna,
guiala
cremellem
y proveeoriflcios
paremontarlacolumnaa
la base.
MANIVELADELA MESA- SirVeparasubiry bajarla mesa.
Girarlaenel santidodel relojpareelevarla mesa.Debesottarse
el segurodelsoporteantasdeoperalamanivela.
TUERCASDETOPEDE LA ESCALADE PROFUNDIDADFijael ejea lapmfundidad
seleccionada.
SEGURODE LA MESA - Fijala mesaen pesici6ndespues
de
colocarla
en cualquier
pesici6n.
ESCALADE PROFUNDIDAD-Indica la profundided
del orificio SOPORTEDELA MESA- Se desplazaen la columnapare
sopodarel brazede lamesa y la mesa.
que se estataladrando.
BROCA - La herramientaque sa usa en la PrensaTaladradora
pare hacer los oriflciosen la pieza de trabajo.
INTERRUPTORDELTALADRO- Tieneun dispositivo
de
seguro.Estedispositivo
estddisefiadeparaevitarel usono
autorizado
y pesiblementepeligroso
per nifiosy otraspersonas.
Insertarla Ilaveen el interruptor
y girarlaparaponerel teladroen
opemci<_n.
DRENAJEROSCADODE (5/8")- Instalaruntubometal
(roscado)enel orificioroscadoparadrenarel excesodeaceitea
uncontenedor.
ParaIograrunasuperficie
sindrenaje,instalarun
taponroscadode metal.No se incluyenel tuboniel tapbn.
PIEZADE TRABAJO - El materialquese taladra.
33
INSTRUCCIONES
ENSAMBLAJE
PARA EL
FlU.U
rfq_igJ_l_iK_d _
Per su propia seguddad, nunca enchufar en el
tomacorriente haste haber completado todos los
pesos del ensamblaje la regulacibe, y haste haber
Leido y entendido ]as instrucciones de seguddad y
operaci6n.
HERRAMIENTASNECESARIAS
DesarmadorPiano
Llave regufabdede 8" y 10"
4.
Uave combinada
[ I I
I I I I I I I _ I1 I
EscuadracomNnada
5.
Escuadra
Llave ratchet con dad<)
_23mm
(FIG. C) Aflojar el seguro det soporte (2). Elevar
el brazo de la mesa girando la manivela (1) en el
sentido del reloj. Ajustar ta manija del seguro de
la mesa.
Colocar la mesa (6) en el brazo de la mesa.
Ajustar la manija (7) del seguro de la mesa.
Fig. C
6
La Prensa Taladradora es muy pesada y pare
ensamblarse en forma segura DEBE levantarse con
la ayuda de 2 personas 0 mas.
SOPORTE DE LA COLUMNA A LA BASE (FIG. A)
1. Colocar la base (1) en el piso.
2. Colocar ]a columna (2) en la base alineando los
orificios en el soporte de la columna con los
orificios de la base.
3. Ubicar los cuatro pemos hexagonales largos (3)
en la boise con piezas sueltas.
4. Colocar un perno en cada orificio del soporte de
la columna y de la base Ajustar con una Ilave
regulable.
Fig. A
INSTALACI(_N DE LA MESA (FIG. B y C)
1. Ubicar la manivela de la mesa (1) y el seguro del
sop6rte (2) en la boise con piezas sueltas.
2. Inserter el manguito del seguro del soporte en el
orificio (3) que estb en la parte posterior del
seporte de ]a mesa Ajustar a mane.
3. Instalar la manivela en el eje pequet_o(4), alinear
el perno de fijacion (5) con la superScie plane del
eje. Ajustar el perno'de fijaci6n con una Ilave
hexagonal
34
INSTALACI(_N DEL ALA DE EXTENSION
1. Coloque el mango (OWVG) en el tubo superior
(OWVH).
2. Inserte las arandelas pfanas (OJ6T) en los
tomillos
hexagonales (OJUB). Inserte el pemo (OJUB) en
el tubo superior (OWVH) y apri_telo.
3. Inserte los tomillos hexagonales (OJUB) en el
tubo superior (OJUB) y apd6telos.
4. Coloque el conjunto del tubo superior debajo
de la mesa.
5. Coloque el conjunto de places (OWVJ) en el
pemo de cierre (OWVK). Inserte el conjunto de
places en la mesa y apd6telo.
NOTA: si es necesado ajustar la Iongitud,afloje el
perno de cierre (OWVK) hasta alcanzar la
Iongitud deseada y vuelva a apretado.
OWVE
OWVH 2
INSTALACI6N DEL CABEZAL (FIG. D)
ENSAMBLAJEDE LA GU_ (RG. F)
Esta PrensaTaladradom_ene una masacon la superficie
acanalada.
1.
ElcabezaldeJa PrensaTaladradoraes muypesaday para
ensamblarseen forrnaseguraen la columnaDEBE levantarse
con la ayuda de 2 PERSONASO IV_S.
1.
2.
Levantarel cabezal(1) cuidadosamente
sobrela columna(2)
y deslizarlaen la columna.Cerciorarseque el cabezalse
deslicetan abajoen la columnacomosea posible.Alinearel
cabezalconla base.
Usandouna ,ave hexagonal,ajustarlos dos pernosde
fijacibn(3) en el ladoderecho del cabezal.
2.
3.
4.
Determinarla ubicack_deseadapara la gufa (1).
Deslizarlos bloquesT (2) en los canalesadecuados
como se muestra.
Alinearlos orificiosde montajede la gufa sobrelos
orificiosroscadosen losbioquesT.
Colocaruna arandela(3) en la espigaroscadade la
perilla(4). Insertar la espigade la pedllaen el orifido
de montajede la guia en e] bloqueT y ajustar.
RepelJrel procedimiento
paralas otrasmanijasy el
otrobloqueT.
Fig. F
Fig. D
INSTALACI(_NDE LAS MANIJAS DE AVANCE (FIG. E)
1. Ubicarlastres manijasde avariceen la bolsade piezas
sueltas.
2. Insertary enroscar las manijas (1) en los orificies
roscados(2) del cubo (3). Ajustar.
F
35
INSTALACI(_)N
DELMANDRIL
(RG.G,H,I)
1. Umplarel orifldoahusadoen et mandril(1) conun
7.
pl_dcoounbloque
demadera
y unrna_llo,
golpearlo
pasolimp_o.
2.
Usandoun rnazode cauchoo rnartnoconcabezade
levementehada ardbahastaque encajeen posickln
en
eleje.
Umpiar lassuperfldesahusadasdelwf_tago(2) y
deleje (3):
Fig. I
CUIDADO:Cercioramqueno ha/ancuerposextr'a_os
adheridosalas superficies.
I.a partfculade lJermms
peque_aenestassuperficies
evitar_que el mandrilse
_miente
apropiadamente.
Estohardqueel manddldel
taladroy la brocase bamboleen.
Si elorifidoahusado
estuvieseextrernadamente
sucio,ernplearun solvente
limpiador.
_-_
L=J
3.
4.
(FIG H) Colocarel mandril(1) enel v_tago (2).Golpearlo
levementeparacerciorarse
quese asiente.
Ba'larel ejegirandolasmanijasde avance(3) contrael
senfidodel reloj,hastaqueaparezcala ranura(4) en la
mortaja
(5).
5.
Empujarel mandnly elvastagohaciaarribadentrode la
mortaja,cercior_doseque el extremosuperiorangostodel
vdstago(6) enganchey se asegureenla ranurainterior(7)
del eje.Estose puedeverporla ranumexterior(4) de la
mortajahaciendo
girarel mandrily elvdstagohastaque las
dosranurasse alineen.
6. Abrirlasmandll_ulas
delmandr;I(1) girandolamangadel
mandrilenel sentidodel reloj.Pareevitarda_s, cerciorarse
que lasmandibulas
est_ncompletamente
retmfdas
dentro
del mandril.
Fig. H
36
INSTALACI(_NDEL FOCODE LUZ (RG. J)
(No viene incluido)
1. Instalarel focode luz(demdximo60 wars)en el portafoco
queestadentrodel cabezaL
Fig. J
REGULACI6N DE LA PRENSA
TALADRADORA
Fig. L
CUIDADO:Todoslosajustesy regulaciones
necesarias
parala
operesibn
de la PrensaTeladradora
hansidohechesen la
f_brica,DelYdoal usay desgestenormal,ocask_almente
podrfanrequedrse
elgunosreajustes.
5
Paraevitarlesionespersonales,
siempredesconectar
elenchufe
deltomacorriente
antesdehasarcualquierregulacibn.
6
PAPAPONERLA MESAA ESCUADRACON EL CABEZAL
(RG. Ky L)
NORA:El brazo y el soportede la mesa ya vienen con un orificio
que trae insertadoun tomillopara fijar la mesa en una posici6n
horizontalpredeterminadade 0°. Aflojar.eltornillopara cambiar el
_ngulo de la mesa.
1.
Insartarunv_stago(1) de aceropulidoa precisi6n,
de 1/4"de didmetro
o mds,deaproximademente
3"
delargodentrodel mandril(2).Ajustarlasmandibulas
• delmandril.
2. Elevarla mesaa la alturarequeridaparatmbajary
asagurarla
en posici6n.
3. Usandounaescuadracombinada
(3),colocarun extremo
sobrela mesay alinearel otroextzerno
vertJcatmente
con
el v_stago(1).
7
4
ESCALADEINCLINACI6N(FIG,L y M)
NOTA: Se ha induido la escala de inclinaci6n para medir el
&ngulo de indinaci6nen formaaproximada.Si sa requiem
precisi6n para la posici6nde la mesa, se debe utilizaruna
escuadra u otra herramientade medici6n.Para usar la escala de
inclinaci6n(7):
1. Aflojarelpernode fljaci6n(4) paraSOLTARLO
delsoporte
de la mesa.
2. Aflojarel pernograndede cabezahexagonal
(6) quefija la
inclinaci6n
de la mesa.
I I_..._._.J
Fig. K
2
Paraevitarlesionas,
cemiorarsa
desujetarla mesay elbraze
dela mesade talformaque no gireni se incline.
_:_
3.
Inclinarla mesa,anneandoel_,ngulo
desaadocon
ralaci6na la linea"sam"en la escalaopuesta(7).
Ajustarel perno quefija la inclinaci6nde la mesa(6).
Pararegresarla mesaa su posial6nodginel,aflojarel
pemoque flja la inclinaci6nde la mesa(6).Volvera
alinearla escalade indinaei6n(7) con la posici6n0°,
Ajustarel pemode fijacibn(4) en el orificiode fijaci6n
horizontala 0° hastaque sa asientecontrael sogorte
de la mesa.
4.
5.
6.
I t_5--I
I
_
I
_
t
I
I
I
I
I
I/
--
__
Fig. M
4.
Si sa necesitahaceruna regulaci6n,aflojarel pemo
de fljaci6n(4) conunaIlavehexagonal
de3mm para
SACARla mesa dela posici6nhorizontal.
5. Aflojarel perno grandede cabezahexagonalque fija
el angulode inclinaci6nde la mesa.
Paraevitar lesiones,
cerciorarsedesujetarta mesay el brazede
la mesade tal formaque no gire ni se incline.
5
6. Alinaarlaescuadracon el v_stagogimndela mesahasta
que la escuadray el vdstagoquedenalineadas.
7. Volvera ajustar el perno hexagonalgrande(6).
6
37
rRB[i_PJ_l_e[
Parae_r lesionespecsona_ siempredesco_
el enchub
delton_,co,-den_
antesdehanercualquierreguladdn.
F OnT A
Fig. O
(RG.N)
Girarlasmanijasde avancecontrael sanlJdo
del relojparebajar
el ejehastesuposicide
rndsbaja.Sujetarel ejefirmemente
con
la manoy movedohaciaatrdsy haciaadelantesobresusje.Si
tuviesedemasiado
juego,hacerIo siguiente:
1. Aflojarb contratuerca
(1).
2. Paraeliminarel juego,girarla puntaranuradadetperno(2)
en elsentidodel reloj,perusinobstruirel rnovimiento
hada
arribaqueel eje tiene.(Un peque6ojuegodeleje as
normal).
3. Ajustarla contmtuerca(1).
Fig. N
Pareevitarlesionesdsbidesa unarranqueaccidental,
antesde
hacerajustesalas coneas,SIEMPREcerciorarse
que el
intermptor
e_6 en la posici6n
=OFF"(Apagado),quela Ilavedel
interruptorhayasidoretiraday queelenchufenoest6conectado
al tomacorTiente.
RESORTEDE RETORNODE LA MORTAJA(FIG.O)
Elresortede retomode la mortajapodr_arequerirregulacibn
si
sutensi6nhaosque lamortajaregrasedemasiadordpidoo
demasiadelento.
1. Bajarla mesapareIograruna mayorseparaci6n.
2. Colocarundesarmadoren la ranura(1) frontalinferiorde la
tape(2) del rasorte.Sostenedeen posici6n
ala vezque se
aflojay se saca lacontmtuerca
exterior(3).
3. Conel desarmador
aunenganchado
en la ranura,aflojarla
tuercainterior(4) justohastaque la ranura(5) sa
desenganche
de susujetador(6) enel cabezalde la Preosa
Taladradora.
CUIDADO: NO SACAR ESTA TUERCA INTERIOR,
porque el rasorlese desbobinardcon fuerza.
4.
5.
6.
Usandoundesarmador,
girarcuidadosamente
latape(2)
delresortecontrael sentidodel relojhastaque la siguiente
ranuraenganche.
Bajarlamortajehastasuposici6nrodsbajagirandola
manijade avancecontraelsentidodel relojmientras
se
sujetala tapa(2) delresorteen posici6n.
Si la mortajase muevehaciaarribay haciaabajoconla
facilidaddeseade,ajustarla tuercaestdndar(4) conuna
Ilaveregulable.
Siestuviasedemasiadofloja, repetirlos
pasos2 al 5 paraajustarla.
Si estuviasedemasiado
ajustade,ejecutarlospasos4 y 5 ala inversa.
NO SOBREAJUSTAR
ni restringir
elmovimiento
delamortaja.
7.
Volvera colocarla contratuerca
(3) y ajustarlacontrala
tuercaestandar(4) paraevitarque latuercaestdndar
se regrase,
38
TENSI(_NDE I.AS CORREAS(FIG.P)
Cerciorarse
que laspoleasest6ndebidamentealineadascoma
se muestraen la RguraR en lapdgina15.
1. Pareaflojarlatensi6nde lacorrea,girar(contrael sen_do
del reloj)lossegurosde lasmanijastensionadoras
de
correas(1) quese encuentran
a cedeladedelcabezaldel
taladro.
2. Templar[ascorreasgirandoenel sentidodel relojla manija
tensionadora
delascorreas(2).
3. Aflojarlascorreasgirandoencontradelsen_dodelrelojla
manijatensionadora
de lascorreas(2).Colocarlascorreas
en las Ix)leasadecuadasparaIograrla velocided
daseada.
4. Ajustarlossegurosdetasmanijastensionadoras
girdndolos
en el sentidodelreloj.
NORA:Latensi6nde lacorreaes lacorrectasi alprasionar
el puntointermedio
dela correa,_stase muevemdso
menos1.3cm (1/2").
Fig. P
Paraevitartesiones
debidasa unananqueacddental,SIEMPRE
cerdomrseque el Intenupexestden la posid6nOFF (Apagado)
y desconecWel enchuledeltomaconiente
antesde hacer
cualquier
regulacidn.
AUNEAMIENTODE LASPOLEASDE[.AS CORREAS(FIG.Q)
Abrirla cubiertaprotectom
de lascorreasen laPrensa
Taladradora.
Verificarel alineamiento
de laspoleas,conunaregla
(5),escuadra,nive;o pednTodemaderarecta.Colocarel borde
de lareglaa Io largode la partesupedordelaspoleas.Sitodas
laspoleasestuviesen
desalineadas:
1. Aliviarlatensi6nde lascorreasaltojandolossegurosde las
manijastensionadoras
(4) decorreasa cadaladodel
cabezal,desenganchando
lasmanijastensionadoras
(1)
de correas.
2. Aflojarlastuercas(2) de mofltajedel motor.Subiro bajarel
motor(3) hastaquelaspoleasquedenalineadas.
3. Ajustarlastuercas(2) demontajedelmotorusandouna
gaveregulable.
OPERACIONES BASICAS DE LA PRENSA
TALADRADORA
VELOClDADESY POSlCI(_NDE I.ASCORREAS(RG. R.)
Estaprensataladmdomtiene12velocidades
comose indica
continuaciOn:
250 RPM
600 RPM
1620RPM
340 RPM
650 RPM
1900RPM
390 RPM
990 RPM
2620 RPM
510 RPM
1550 RPM
3100 RPM
Referirsea latabtaen laparteinteriorde la cubiertade lacorrea
paraobtenerla posicibn
especffica
de lascorreasenlaspoleas
paracadavelocidad.
NOTA:Paraevitartraqueteos
y otrosruidos,el cascodel
motornodebetocarla parteinfenor
del cascodelacorrea.
4.
Volvera ajustarlascorreasgirandoen elsentidodel relojla
manijatensionadora
(1), hastaque lacorrease defle_ione
1.2 cm(1/2")al presionarlacorreaen el msdio.
NOTA:Refedrsea latablaque se encuentra
en la parte
interiorde la cubiertaprotectom
de lascorreas,paraobtener
lasposidonesdelaspoleasrecomendadas
paralas
distintas
velocidades
detaladrado.
Paraevitarpo_ibles
lesiones,
mantenerlacubiertacerrada,ensu
lugary enbuenascondiciones
mientras
la herramienta
estd
operando.
Fig. R
9
5. " Ajustarlossegurosde la manijatensionadora
(4),girdndolos
en elsentidodel reloj.
NOTA:Cuandolas correasestdn nuevas,puedeserdificil
moverlas.
Conformese usala mdquina,lascorreasse
volverdn
maseldsticas
y serdnmdsfdcilesde regular.
Fig. Q
9
250 tdmin
9
340 tdndn
Ip
9
•
s
9
gQO_
o
='
9
•
1_
_mln
9
9
3100 tdmln
1
4
3
39
PANELDEL INTERRUPTORON/OFF(PrenderlApegar)(RG. S)
[] intermptor
de"PRENDER/APAGAR'
(ON/OFF)tleneunanave
retlrable
de pl_=_:o=na,'t_ Conla llavere_ada del Intermptor,
se
rn]nimiza
lapos_lidaddel usonoautodzadoy pellgroso
potparte
de nii_os
y otraspersonas.
1. Paraprenderla PrensaTeladradora,
presionar"ON"(Prender),
insertarla Ilave(1) enla ranuradel interruptor
(2) y moverel
interrupter
haciaarriba a la posici6n
de"ON"(Prender).
2. Paraapagarla PrensaTeladradora,
moverel interruptor
hacia
Fig. T
12
abajo.
3.
4.
5,
6.
7.
Paraengancharelinterruptor
en la posic_n'OFF"(Apagado),
tomarel extremoo parteamarilladelinterruptor
y halarlohasta
queselga.
El interruptor
no operardsinla Uave.
Si se relirala Ilavedel interruptor
cuandola Prensa
Taladradora
estdoperando,
dsta podrdapagarseperoluegono
pod_ volversea prendersino se insertala Ilave.
Presionar
el interruptor
oscilanteparaprenderlaluzdetrabajo.
Nuncadejardesatendida
la prensataladradora.
Apagarla luz
y la PrensaTaladradora
y esperura que dejede girarper
completo.
.Rg. S
f
m3
m2
DI
SIEMPREponerlesaguroal interrupter
enla posici6n"OFF"
(Apagado)cuandela PrensaTaladradera
noest_en uso.Retirarla
llavey mantenerla
en untugarseguro.En casode unafallade
suministro
el6ctrico,fusiblevoladeo intenuptorde circuito
abierto,
moverel interrupter
a laposici6nde"OFF"(Apagado)y retirar]a
Ilave,evftandeas{ un arranqueaccidentalcuandose restaUezcael
suministroel_ctdcc.
INSTALACI(_N
DE LA BROCAEN EL MANDRIL(FIG.T)
1. Conel interruptoren la posici6n"OFF"(Apagado)y conla Ilave
amarinadel interruptor
retirada,abdrlasmandll_ulas
(1)
usandola Ilave(2) del mandrfl.Girarla Ilavedel mandrilcontra
el sentidodelrelojparaabrirlasmandll_ulas(1).
2. Insartarlabroca(3) enla rnandtl_ulaIosuflcientacomopara
obtenerel mdximode agarreporlasmandl_ulas;
peronotanto
come paraque lasmandibulastoquenlas (ranuras)de la
brocacuandoseajustenlasmandibulas.
3. Asegurarse
que la brocaest_ centradaenel mandril.
4. Girarla Ilavedel mandrilen el sentidodel relojparaajustar
lasmandibulas.
Para evitar lesioneso acoidentes causados por la Ilave del mandril
saliendo disparada con fuerza cuando se active la Prensa
Taladradora, s61ousar la Ilave de mandril autoeyectante provista
con esta Prensa Taladradora. SIEMPRE verificar y retirar la Ilave
del mandril antes de activar la Prensa Taladradora.
4O
Paraevitarquela piezade trabajoo larsaterialde apoyose
sueltende lasmanos,sa DEBENposicionar
contrael lado
IZQUIERDOdela columna.
Si la piezade trabajoo lamaderade
respaldosonIo suficientemente
largascomoparaalcanzarla
columna,prensarlas
a la mesao usarlaguiaprovistaconla
PrensaTaladradora
parasujetarel materiel.No Sujetarla piezade
trabajopuedecausarlesiones.
USODE LA GU[A(RG. U)
Laguiaproveeunm6todode prepararlapiezade trabajocon
rapidezparataladmrconprecisi6n
enforrnarelxYl_dva.
1. Usandoun centropunz6no clavopuntiagudo
punzarlapieza
de trabajoen el lugardondese deseahacerel orificio.
2. Bajarla brcoaparaalinearlacon la punzadura
en lapiezade
trabajo.Ver"PARAMANTENERLA BROCAEN LAPOSICI(_N
DE LAPERFORACI_N"pdgina19.
3. Aflojarlasmanijas(1) y desnzarelTopePcoterior
de laGuia
(2) confirmezacontrael ladoizquierdo
dela piezade trabajo.
Ajustarlasmanijascuandola guiaest6en posicidn.
4. Aflojarlatuercamariposa(3) y deslizarelTopedelExtremede
laGuia (4) a Io largode la Gufahastaque quedefirmecontra
elladoizquierdodela piezade trabajo.
Ajustarlatuerca
mariposa.
5. Verificarla precisibn
taladrando
cualquier
piezade desecho.
Regularsifuesa necesado.
6. Paraevitarquela piezade trabajose levantede la mesael
elevarlabroca,sosteneda
de la partesuperior
con la manoo
con sujetadores.
Fig. U
234
TALADRADOA UNA PROFUNDIDADESPECIFICA(RG.V)
Cuar_ se deseatalad_ unoritUodegohastauna profundk_
espemca
¢na_=ar _ pk3za
compk_amem,
sep.eden
hacerdoscocas:
Uitodo: Uundo la Pie_ €leTrldx_
1,
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Marcarlaprofundidad
(1) del orifidoel co6"tado
de la pieza,
Conel intenuptoren"OFF"(Apegado),bajarlabrocahasta
quela puntaest6el mismonivelquela marca.
Mantenerla rnanijade avarice(2) enestaposlo_.
Girarlatuercainfeder(3) bajatndela
hastaquehagacontacto
conel topede profundidad
(4) enel cabezaL
Girarlatuercasuperior(5) bajdndola
hastaajustadacontra
la tuercainferkx(3).
Ahorala brocapararddespudsdebajarladistancia
marcadaenla piezade tmbajo.
RJACI(_I ELMANDRILA LA PRO_DAD
DESEADA
(FIG.W)
1. Cone|intenuptor
(Apagade)
"OFF",
g_ar_ manijas
de
devad_ basraqueel manddl(1) est6a li prdundidad
deseade.Mantenerla manfjadedevack_en estapodck_.
2. Girarcontrael serfddo
del relojy hadaarribala tuercatope
(2) ubicadabajoel topede profundidad
(3),hastaquehaga
contacto
conel topede seguridad.
3. Ahorael manddlse mantendr,_
en estaposick_cuandese
sueltela manijade elevackSn.
Fig. W
I_todo: Usanclob Es_b de Profundld_l
NOTA:Conel mecanismo
de avancedelmandrillibrey la punta
de la brocaapenastocandola superficie
de lapiezade trabajo,
procoder
de la siguiente
manera:
1.
2.
3.
4.
2
Conel interruptor
en"OFF"(Apagado),girarla manijade
avance(2) basraque el topede profundidad
(4) indiquela
profundidad
deseadaen laescalade pmfundidad
(6) y
mantenerla manijade avanceen esa posick_n.
Girarlatuercainferior(3) bajdndola
hastaquehagacontaclo
con eltopedeprofundidad
(4).
Girarlatuercasuperior(5) _la
hastaajustadacontra
latuercainferior(3) y ajustarla.
La brocaperarddespu6sde bajarla distanciaselecoionada
en la escaladeprofundidad.
DESMONTAJE
DEL MANDRILYDELV/_STAGO(FIG.X)
1. Conel intenuptor
en"OFF"(Apegado),regulartuerca(1) de
topede profundidad
pera mantener
el teladroa una
profundidad
de 7.6cm (3').(Verlasinstrucciones
"FIJACK_
DELMANDRILA LA PROFUNDIDADDESEADA'),
2. Alinearlosorificios
paranaveen eleje (2) y elmortaja(3)
girandoel mandrila memo.
Fig. V
_.• Insertar
chaveta(4)
enlasranuras
(2 y 3).
Golpearllaevemente
la chaveta
(4) conunma_lloconcabeza
de pldsfico,
hastaque el mandril
y elv"astago
salgande
la rnortaja.
NOTA:Colocarunarnanodebajodel mandrilparaagarrado
coandocaJga.
Fig. X
2
1
4
41
INSTRUCCIONES
BASICAS PARA LA OPERACI6N
j)
SegJirestasbs'm,,cdones
paraoperarla Prensa.Teladradora
y
_
rnejomsresultados
y minlmizarla podbi_adde
5)
Porsuproplasaguridad,siempreobedecerlas INSTRUCCIONES
de seguridad
que se indicanaqufyen lespdginas3, 4 y 5 del
manualde instrucdones.
PROTECCI6N DEL OPERADOR
R_r=1_=[=_l=Kffe]
T.
6)
7)
Usarla VELOClDADDE EJErecomendade
parala
opemddnespedflcay materiala teladrar.
Refedrseel
panelen I==parteInteriorde ta mbierlade laspoleeso
a la tablaquese indlcaa conUnuack_n
paraobtener
informac_ sobrelas veloddedes
de perlomci_.Para
obtener informaci_ sobre Im accesodm, relerirsea las
in_nes
provistas
concade accesodo.
Nuncasubirsea la mesade la PrensaTeladradora,
podrfa
romperseo hacerquela herramienta
caigasobreunomismo.
Colocarel intenuptordelmotoren "OFF"(Apagado)
y guardar
la Ilavedel internJptor
cuandose dejela PrensaTeladradora.
Paraevitarlesionesdebldea piezasarrojadas
o contacto
conla herramienta,
no realizarlaboresdetrazado,
ensamblaje
ni prepamd6nsobrela mesacuandola
herramienta
est6enoperaci6n.
Nousarropasuelta,guante_cdlaresnijoyasparaevitarser
atrapadoporla herramienta.
Slampreafarel pstolargohaciaatrds.
TABLA DE VELOCIDADES
PARA TALADRAR (rpm)
1) $i algunapiezade la PrensaTeladradora
estuviesefaltando,
rotao da_ada,o no operadebidamente;
dejarde operarlade
inmediato
basraque esapiezahayasidereparada
apropiadamente
o reparada.
2) Noncacolocarlosdedosen unaposici6ntelque pusdan
entraren contactoconla brooao concualquierotrapieza
cortante.Lapiezadetrabajopodriamoverseo la mano
podn'aresbalarseinesperadamente.
3) Seguirlasinstrucciones
al pie de la letraal regularla tensibn
delresortede la mortajapara evitar lesionescausadaspor
piezaspropulsadaspor el resorte.
4) Parae_tarque la herramientaarranquela piezade trabajo
de lasmanos,que salgadespedideo la herramientala haga
giraro se rompa,siempresujetarla piezade trabajo
adecuadamentecomo sigue:
a) SiemprecolocarMATERIALDE APOYO(usadobajola
piezade tmbajo)detal maneraquese apse enel lade
izquierdo
de la columna,o usarla gufaprovistay un
sujetador
parasostenerlaspiezaspequeSas.
b) Siempreque sea posible,colocarLA PIEZADE
TRABAJOdetal maneraquehagacontactocon la parte
izquierda
de la columna.Sifuesemuycorta o sila mesa
estuvieseinclinada,
usarla guiaprovistao sujetarlaen
formaseguraa la mesa,usandolasranuras.
c) Cuandosa useunaprensasujetadora
para
taladro,siempreasaguradaa la mesa.
d) Nuncatrabajarsosteniendo
la plazaquesa taladras61o
conla manoy sinsujetarlaa la mesa,excoptoal pulir.
e) Fijarel cabezatenformaseguray elsoportea la
columna,el brazode la mesaal soportey lamesaal
brazode la mesaantesde operarla PrensaTaladradora.
f) Nuncamoverel cabezalnila mesa mientrasla
herramienta
est_en operacion.
g) Antesde iniciarla operaci6n,operarel motoren forma
lentaparaasegurarseque ni labrocani les dem_.s
herramientas
cortantesse bamboleen
o vibran.
h) Si unapiezadetrabajosobresalede la mesadetal
maneraque caigao se inclinesi nose sostiene,sujetarla
a la mesao proveerunsoporteauxiliar.
i) Farasostenerlapiezadetrabajoen formaadecuadeen
operaciones
inusuales,
usarsujetadores
especiales.
42
_tm.de
Material
;laBroca
Acero Acero
i(Pulg.) Madera Alumink) Pl_stico BlandoInoxfdable
1/32
3100
3100
3100
3100 _3100
118
1620
262O
3/16
990
1550
1620
2_0
9_
1550
6_
6_
600
65O
34O
510
340
510
25O
1/16
1/4
16_0
262O
16_0
262O
5/16
3/8
7/16
1/2
9/16
5/8
990
1550
990
1550
1620
2_0
600
650
6OO
650
POSICIONAMIENTO
DE LA MESAY PIEZADETRABAJO
PARAMANTENERI.A BROCAEN LA POSICl6NDE LA
PERFORACl6N
(Rr-Y, Z)
1. Asagular
k m',==a
(1)a lacplurnna
(2)an unaposidd_
talqoe
1. Usandoancentropunz6no davopunliagudo,
punzarla pieza
lapuntadela brcoa(3) quedejustosobrelaplezadetrabajo(4).
detrabajoenel lugardondese deseahacerel od_do.
2. SIEMPREcolocarun MATERIALDE APOYO(maderade
2. Antesde hacerfuncionar
el taladro,usarlasmanijasde
desecho)eff_rela mesay lapiezadetrabajo.Estoevitardque
avanceparahacerqueel taladrobajehastaquesa alinee
la piezadetrabajose rajeo se estflleen el ladodeabaj_
conla punzadura.
Paraevitarqueet materialde apoyogiredescontroladamente,
DEBEqu6daral_tado contraet ladoIZQUIERDOde la
INCUNACl0NDE LA MESA(RG.AA)
columna.
NOTA: El brazo y el soporte(1) de la mesa tJanenun oriflcioya
perfomdoque tree un tomillopare fijar la mesa hofizontalmente
en la posici6nde 0°.
Paraevftarque fa piezade trabajoo ef matertaldealx_ sean
1. Parausarla mesaan posici6nindinad_coltarel soportede
arrancados
de lasmanosdel operadoraltaladrar,se DEBE
la mesagirandoel pemodefljaci_ (2) conuna,ave
apoyarcontrael ladoIZQUIERDOde la columna.
Si la piezade
hexsgon_contmel santklodel reloj(3).
trabajoo elmatedalde apoyono sonsuficienternente
largospara 2. Aflojarel pemohexagonal
grandequesujetala mesaan el
alcanzarla columna,usarta gu(aprovista
conla Pransa
_ngulode inclinaci6n.
Taladradora
parasujetarla piezadetrabajo,o fijarlaa la mesacon
sujetadores.
Omitirestopuedecausarlesionespersonales.
Pt__
Paraevitarlesiones,
cemiorarse
desujetarel conjunto
delbrazo
y lamesade modotalque no girenise incline.
Fig. Y
3
2
Fig. AA
c
3.
Para piezas pequefias que no se puedan fijar a la mesa con
sujetadores, usar una prensa para taladro (accesorio opcional).
3.
4.
La prensaparataladroDEBEsujetarse
o empemarsea la mesa
para evitarque la piezade tmbaiogire y causelesionesal
operadoro dafios a la prensao a la broca.
Retirarla guiacuandointeffieraconlosotros accesofiosde la
PrensaTaladmdora.
Fig. Z
5.
Inclinarla mesa,alineando
la medidadel _,ngulodeseadocon
la Ifnea del"cero"en la escalaopuesta(4).Ajustarel pemo
de fijaciSn.
Pararegresarlamesa a su posicibn
original,aflojarel perno
(3) defijacibndel _mgulode inclinaci6n.
Vo_ver
a alinearla
escaladel angulodeindinacibn
(4) a laposicibn
de0°.
UsandounaIlavehexagonal,
girarel pemodefijacibn(2) en
el sentidodelrelojparaquese asienteenel odflcio.
Para evitarque la piezade trabajogirey causelesioneso tampa
la bresa,siemprefijarla piezade trabajoy el materialde apoyoa
la mesa con sujetadoresantesde hacerfuncionarla Prensa
Taladradoracon la mesa indinada.
AVANCE
1. Bajarlasmanijesde avarices61ocon lafuerzasuficientepara
permitirque la brocaperlore.
2. Avanzaren forma demasiadolentapuedequemarla broca.
Avanzaren forma demesiado_koida,puedehacerque el
motorsa detengahaciendoque lascorreaso la broca
resbaleno que la piezade trabajosa sueltey rompala bresa.
3. Cuandoseperforeen metal,puedeset nesesariolubricarla
puntade la brcoaconaceiteparamotorparaevitarque
sequeme.
43
MANTENIMIENTO DE LA PRENSA
TALADRADORA
Por supropiaseguddadcolocarel interruptoren la posicibn
"OFF" (Apagado)y desconectarel enchufedel tomacorriente
antesde dade mantenimiento
o lubdcarla PrensaTaiadmdora.
Paraevitarlosdesgosde choqueel6ctdcoo incendio,si el
cordbn eli.._,'tdco
estuviesegastadoo cortado,reparadoo
cambiarlode inmediato.
LUBRICACI( N
Todosloscojinetesde bolasde la PrensaTaladradoravienen
rellenosde grasadesdela f_brica. No requierenlubrisaci6n
Eliminarconfrecuenciael polvoque sa acumuladentrodel motor adicional.
sopl_ndoleairecon un compresoro aspir_dolo.
La aplicaci6nde una capade ceraautomotrizen pastaa la mesa
y a lacoLumnaayudar_t
a mantenerlas superficies
limpias.
Lubdcarperibdicamente
losengranajesy la cremallera,el
mecanismode elevacibnde la mesa,el eje deltaladroy las
mandfbulasde su mortaja.
44
GUfA PARADIAGN( )STICODE PROBLEMAS
PareeviW IRionesocaslonadupot unmnmqueacdd_tal, moverel Intem¢_ a la posld_ de 'OFF"(_)
cord_ de sumlnls_del ton_ corrientem
de hacercualqu_ regulaci6n,
•
Consultaral CentredeSen_doSeamlocal_ el molornoammcMe potcualquler
mo_w
CAUSA PROBABLE
PROBLEMA
Operac_ nddo_
1,
Tensk_incon'ecta
de lacorrea.
2. Ejeee_.
3. P_a_
_,oi_
4. Poleadelmotorsuelta.
y_
_
SOLUCI6N
1. Regular.
laten_ Vet lasecd6n"ENSAMBI._ETENSIONDE LACORREA'.
el eje.Vetla secci6n"LUBRICAClON'.
2. Lubdcar
3. Asegummequelatuercade retenck_de lapo_a est6
ajusu_eyNumdeeHuese
nece_a_
4. Aiuetereli_no de ,jeck_ de la i_ea del motor.
i
La brocase q.ern_
1. Velocidad
incorrect_
1. Cambiarla velocidad.
Vet lasecck_n
"OPERACIC_N
BJ_SICA
DELA PRENSATALADRADORA
VELOCIDADESDEL EJE'.
2. Lasas_dllas
no salendelorifido. 2. Elevarla brocaoonfrecuendaparaeliminarlasaslglas.
3. Brocasinfilo.
3. Afllarlabroca.
4. La brocase es_ avanzando
4. Avanzarla brocam_ r'apido- pem_itir
quelabroca
muylefltamente.
perfom
5. Faitalubricack_.
5 LubdcareltaladroVerlasecctdn'OPERACION
BASICADELA PRENSATALADRADORA'.
Se _mlala_r_ _ la
1. Hebradumenla mademo Io_
dlabesde la brocay/o los
_gulos nosoniguales.
1. Volvera afilarla brocaenformacorrecta.
2. Brocadob_
2.
La maderase
asl_lla
porabajo
1. Nohaymadera
de
I. Usarmaterialdeapoyo.Verlaseccidn"OPERACION
La piezase
sueltade la mano.
1. No estddebidamente
sujeta.
La brocase atraca
en la madem.
1. Lapiezaest_apretandola
1.
brocao la presi6nde
alimentaci_es e_cesiva.
2.
2. Tensi_ inapropiada
dela conea
La brocasegasta
en
foffnaexcesivao se
bambolea.
1. Brocadoblada.
2. Cojinetes
gastados.
3. Labrocano estd
debidamente
instalada
enet manddl.
4. Elmanddlnoestd
debidamente
instalado.
1. Usarunabrocaqueest6derecha.
2. Reemp_zzar
losmjinetes,
3. Instalarla brocadebidamente.
Vet la secc_n"OPERACI(_N
BASICADE LAPRENSATALADRADORA'.
La mortajase regresa
muydespado
o muyr_..pido.
1. Latensi6ndetresortees
inadecuada.
1. Regularlatensk_.Verlasec_ "ENSAMBLAJE
REGULACION
DELRESORTEDERETORNODE LA
MORTAJA.
Elmanddlnose
man6eneunido
al vSsta9o.Se sale
al tratarde instalado.
1. Tierra,grasao aceiteen la
superfideinteriorahusada
del mandrilo en la super6de
ahusadadel eje.
1. Limpiarlassuperficies
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INSTALACIC_)N
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"OPERAClONBASICADE LA PRENSATALADRADORA'.
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LISTA DE PARTES DE LA PRENSA TALADRADORA
DE 15"
MODELO NO. 137.229151
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LISTA DE PA_ES
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PRENSATA_DRADORA
DE 15"
MODELO NO. 137.229151
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