Craftsman 113.197752 Owner`s manual

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o wners
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MODEL NO.
113.197702
SAW ONLY
113.197752
SAW WITH
LEGS
Serial
Number
Model and serial
number may be found
at the front of the base.
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model
should
record
and serial
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both
number
in a safe place for
future
use.
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RADIAL
CAUTION:
Read GENERAL
and ADDITIONAL
SAFETY
• assembly
INSTRUCTIONS
• operating
carefully
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Part No. 63871
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by SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
SAW
parts
CO.,
Chicago,
IL. 60684
U.S.A.
Prir_ted in U SA
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
If within one year from the date of purchase, this
workmanship,
Sears will repair it, free of charge.
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OR SERVICE
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CENTER
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gives you specific
warranty
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SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Sears Tower, BSC 41-3, Chicago, IL 60684
general
safety instructions
for power
tools
1. KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL
Read and understand
the owner's
manual
and labels
affixed
to the tool. Learn its applications
and limitations
as well as the specific
potential
hazards peculiar to this
tool.
2. GROUND
ALL TOOLS
This tool
is -:quipped
with an approved
3-conductor
cord and a 3-prong
grounding
type plug to fit the
proper grounding
type receptacle.
The green conductor
in the cord i.; the grounding
wire. Never connect
the
green wire to _ five terminal.
3. KEEP GUARDS
in
working
alignment.
IN PLACE
order,
and
in
4. REMOVE ADJUSTING
AND WRENCHES
proper
adjustment
and
KEYS
Cluttered
areas
and
must not be s!_ppery
6. AVOID
CLEAN
benches
invite
accidents.
Floor
due to wax or sawdust,
DANGEROUS
All visitors
area.
8. MAKE
should
WORKSHOP
with
padlocks,
starter keys.
9. DON'T
work
KID-PROOF
master
switches,
or
by
removmg
10. USE RIGHT
better
and safer at the _ate for which
or attachment
to do a job
it was not
PROPER APPAREL
Do not wear loose clothing,
gloves, neckties or jewelry
(rings,
wrist
watches)
to get caught
in moving parts.
Nonslip
footwear
is recommended.
Wear protective
flair covering
to contain
long hair. Roll long sleeves
above the elbow.
12.
USE
SAFETY
GOGGLES
Keep proper
(Head
footing
15. MAINTAIN
and balance
Protection)
Wear Safety goggles (must comply
with ANSI Z87.1)
at all times.
Everyday
eyeglasses only have impact
resistant
lenses, they are NOT safety glasses. Also, use
face or dust mask if cutting operation
is dusty, and ear
of
at al! times.
TOOLS WITH CARE
Keep
tools
sharp
and clean
performance.
Follow
instructions
changmg accessories.
before
blades,
best and
lubricating
for
changing
ACCIDENTAL
Make sure switch
ill.
the
for
accessories
owner's
STAND
position
before
for
recommended
that accompany
accessories
may
is tipped
or if the
materials above or near the tool such that
to stand on the tool to reach them.
DAMAGED
PARTS
properly
for alignment
of moving
parts,
breakage
parts,
that
that
of
a guard or other part that
checked to ensure that it
and perform
Check
conditions
other part
plugging
ON TOOL
Before further
use of the tool,
is damaged should be carefully
operate
as
ACCESSORIES
manual
injury could occur if the tool
tool is accidentally
contacted.
Do not store
it is necessary
such
STARTING
is in "OFF"
accessories.
Follow
the instructions
the accessories.
The use of improper
cause hazards.
Serious
cutting
safest
and
TOOLS
servicing;
when
bits, cutters, etc.
17. AVOID
will
TOOL
Don't force tool
designed for.
periods
14. DON'T OVERREACH
20. CHECK
FORCE TOOL
It will do the job
it was designed.
11. WEAR
from
extended
WORK
19. NEVER
a safe distance
during
Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical.
It's
safer than using your hand, frees both hands to operate
tool.
Consult
AWAY
be kept
13. SECURE
or muffs)
18. USE RECOMMENDED
ENVIRONMENT
Don't
use power
tools in damp or wet locations
or
expose
them
to rain. Keep work
area well lighted.
Provide adequate surrounding
work space.
7. KEEP CHILDREN
(plugs
16. DISCONNECT
Form habit c_f checking
to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches
are _emoved from tool before turning
it on.
5. KEEP WORK AREA
protectors
operation.
its intended
parts, binding
mounting,
and
may .affect
its operation.
A
is damaged should be properly
function.
of mowng
any
other
guard or
repaired
or replaced.
21. DIRECTION
Feed work
of rotation
OF FEED
into a blade or cutter against
of the blade or cutter only.
the
direction
22. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING
UNATTENDED
Turn power off.
complete
stop.
Don't
leave
tool
until
it comes to a
additional
safety
instructions
CAUTION:
Always
disconnect
the power cord before
removing the guard, changing the cutting tool, changing the
set-up
or making
adjustments.
Shut
off motor
before
performing layout work on the saw table.
WARNING:
DO NOT CONNECT
POWER
CORD
THE
FOLLOWING
STEPS
HAVE
SATISFACTOR
I LY COMPLETE D:
h
Assembly
II.
Examination
and operating
familiarity
switch,
elevation
control,
yoke index
and alignment.
index
and lock,
carriage
spreader and ant!kickback
lock.
III.
UNTIL
BEEN
lock,
device,
with
ONOFF
and lock bevel
guard
clamp screw,
and miter b_dex and
Review and understanding
of all Safety
Operating
Procedures thru-out
manuah
Instructions
Set carriage
lock
before
moving
2.
Bolt the saw to the floor if
slide during normal operation.
3.
Mount the
the floor.
4.
Mount
the saw so the arm slopes slightly
downward
the rear so the carriage
will not roll forward
due
saw so the table
to
slip,
is approximately
walk,
39"
or
above
to
to
If yOU attach
any kind of table extensions
over 24"
wide to either end of the saw, make sure you either bolt
the saw to the bench or floor as appropriate,
or support
the outer end of the extension
from the bench or floor,
as appropriate.
MINIMIZE
ACCIDENT
POTENTIAL
Most accidents
are caused by
setup and operating
instructions:
FAILURE
TO
FOLLOW
(A) GENERAL
Avoid
could
awkward
hand positions,
where a sudden slip
cause a hand to move into a sawblade or other
cutting
tool.
Never reach n back of or around the
cutting
tool
with
either
hand to hold
down
the
workpiece,
or for any other reason; DO NOT place
fingers
or hands in the path of the sawblade.
Never
saw,
dado,
mo!d,
or rabbet
unless the p{oper
guard is installed and set up as instructed.
NOTE
THE
FOLLOWING
DANGER
LABELS
WHICH
APPEAR
ON THE FRONT
OF THE YOKE
AND GUARD:
DANGER
O/_NGER;
REAL
AND
UNDERSTANO
_[#_&NDSOUrO_
FOR
OWNERS
p&r.O_W_LA_
YOUl_
OWN
MANUAL
_
S_,FETY
BEFORE
_
_WrOOL
TO
OPERATING
tOStOPaErO_
MACNINE
large proportion
of saw accidents is caused by use
of the wrong type blade, dull, badly set, improperly
sharpened
cutting
tools, by gum or resin adhering to
cutting
tools,
and
by sawblade
misalignment
out of-parallel
with
the fence. Such conditions
can
cause the material
to stick,
jam (stall the saw) or
"KICKBACK"
at the operator.
NEVER
ATTEMPT
TO FREE
A STALLED
SAW BLADE
WITHOUT
FIRST
TURNING
THE
SAW
"OFF".
If the
--CAUTION:
DO NOT cycle the motor switch "ON"
and "'OFF"
rapidly,
as this might cause the sawblade
to loosen, In the event this should ever occur, allow
the saw blade
to come to a complete
stop and
re-tighten
the arbor nut normally,
not excessively,
gravity.
5.
-A
AVOID
i InJURYNOT
FEEDOO'II
ADJUSTinG
-- Do not leave a long board unsupported
so the spring
of the board causes it to shift on the table. Provide
proper
support
for the workpiece,
based on its size
and the type of operation
to be performed.
Hold the
work firmly against the fence.
- Never use a length stop on the free end or edge of the
workpiece
whether
crosscutting
or ripping.
Never
hang onto or touch the free end of workpiece
when
crosscutting,
or a free piece that is cut off while
power
is "ON"
and!or
the saw blade is rotating.
In
short,
the
cut-off
piece
in any
"thru-sawing'"
operation
must
never be confined
-- it must
be
allowed to move laterally.
-- Make sure your fingers do not contact the terminals
when installing
or removing the plug to or from a live
power source.
Never
power
-Do
not
IF YOUR
SAW MAKES AN UNFAMILIAR
NOISE
OR
IF
IT
VIBRATES
EXCESSIVELY
CEASE
OPERATING
IMMEDIATELY
UNTIL
THE
SOURCE
HAS
BEEN
LOCATED
AND
THE
PROBLEM
CORRECTED.
DO
NOT
ALLOW
FAMILIARITY
FROM
FREQUENT
USE
OF YOUR
BECOME
COMMONPLACE.
ALWAYS
THAT
A CARELESS
FRACTION
OF
IS SUFFICIENT
TO INFLICT
SEVERE
INJURY.
Before
starting
work,
verify
that
no
play
use any
blade
or other
tool has come to a
switch and put away
cutting
too!
marked
for an opelating
speed lower than 3450 RPM. Never
use a cutting tool larger in diameter" than the diameter
for which
the saw was designed.
For greatest safety
and efficiency
when
ripping,
use the maximum
diameter
blade for which
the saw is designed,
since
under
these conditions
the spreader
is nearest the
blade.
turn
your
saw "ON"
before
clearing
the table
[NO
If any part of this radial saw is missing or should
break,
bend or fail in any way, or any electrical
component
fail to perform
properly,
shut off power
switch,
remove cord from power supply and replace
damaged, missing and/or failed parts before resuming
operation.
--WARNING:
(GAINED
SAW)
TO
REMEMBER
A SECOND
climb on the saw, or climb near the saw when
is "ON".
Never leave the saw with
power
"ON",
or before
the cutting
complete
stop. Lock the motor
the key when leaving the saw.
Never
THl_
saws
the column
& column
support,
or in the
and that arrn, yoke, and bevel locks/clamps
and
the saw.
it tends
between
carriage,
are tight.
sawblade
is stalled
or jammed,
shut saw "OFF",
remove workpiece,
and check sawblade squareness to
table surface and to the fence, and check for heel.
Adjust
as indicated.
I NSTA L LATI ON
1.
for radial
exists
or work surface of all objects (tools, scraps of wood,
etc.)
except
the workpiece
and related
feed or
support
devices for the operation
planned.
DO NOT perform
layout,
the table while the cutting
assembly, or setup work
tool is rotating.
on
Never perform
any operation
"FREE
HAND".
This
term means feeding the sawblade into the workpiece
or feeding
the workpiece
into the sawblade or other
cutting
tool without
using the fence or some other
device
which
prevents
rotation
or twisting
of the
workpiece
during
the operation.
Never "RIP"
in the
crosscut position. Never make a miter cut with the
arm in the 90 ° crosscut position.
Never lower a revol_ing
cutting tool into the table or
a workp_eee
without
first locking
the Carriage Lock
Knob.
Release the knob only after grasping the Yoke
Handle.
Otherwise
the cutting
tool may grab the
workpiece
and be propelled
toward you.
The sawblade,
dado,
or other
cutting
tool
must
be
additional
removed
accessory
safety
from
shaft
instructions
for radial
the saw
arbor
before
using
the
(rear end of the saw motor).
NEVER
Therefore,
rip with the finished
side down (next to
the table) and be especially
attentive
to following
proper set up and cutting
procedures.
Do not stand,
or permit
anyone
else to stand,
in line with
a
potential
kickback.
operate the saw with cutting tools (including
sanding
accessories)
installed
on both ends of the saw arbor.
(B) RIPPING
Ripping is cutting with the grain or the long way of the
board
it is performed
by pushing
the workpiece
along
the fence
and thru
the sawblade
(sawblade
parallel to the fence).
1.
Never apply the feed force to the section
of the
workpiece
that will become the cut-off
(free) piece.
Feed force when
between
the saw
"PUSH
work.
STICK"
ripping
must always
blade and the fence
(see pg.
26) for
be applied
. . . use a
narrow
or short
2.
Whenever
possible,
use the in-rip position
- this
provides
minimum
obstruction
for feeding by hand
or push stick as appropriate.
3.
Do not release the workpiece
before operation
is
complete
- push the workpiece
all the way past the
rear (outfeed or exit) of the sawblade.
4.
Make sure by trial
before starting
the cut that the
antikickback
pawls will stop a kickback
once it has
started.
Keep points of pawls SHARP!
5.
Use
a
inches)
push
stick
or narrow
when
(under
ripping
6 inches
short
wide)
Never
reposition
with power "ON".
the
(under
12
workpieces.
6.
CAUTION:
antikickback
Guard
or
7.
A "KICKBACK"
occurs during a rip-type
operation
when a part or all of the workpiece
is thrown
back
violently
toward
the operator.
It can occur when
the workpiece
closes in on the rear (outfeed
side) of
the sawblade
(pinching),
binds between
the fence
and the sawblade
(heel),
or is grabbed
by the
13. When sawing 1/4" or thinner
materials,
follow
all
normal
ripping procedures
except set sawblade into
table top at least 1/8".
DO NOT let go of or stop
feeding the workpiece
between the blade and fence
until
you
have pushed
it completely
past
the
antikickback
pawls. Otherwise
the workpiece
could
get into the back of the sawblade
and be thrown
violently
from the saw in the direction
opposite
to
the feed direction.
This is the same action
that
would
occur
if the instructions
of the DANGER
warning
on the guard is aborted.
Do not stand, or
permit anyone else to stand, in line with the path of
a workpiece
that may be thrown
from the saw in
this manner.
14. Position the saw so neither you,
observer
is forced
to
stand
sawblade.
9.
NEVER
stacking
10. NEVER
cut more
workpieces
than one
vertically.
Ploughing
(Grooving
feed a workpiece
at
a time
piece (butting
second piece against trailing
edge of
piece being cut), even if of the same thickness.
Feed
each workpiece
individually
thru the sawblade, and
completely
beyond the sawblade, before ripping the
next workpiece.
Use push stick if the rip cut is less
than 6" wide.
1 1. DO NOT
pull
the workpiece
thru
resawing,
gaining,
coving,
with
the grain,
are
examples
of rip-type
cuts. The same basic setup
procedures
including
rotation
of the guard
and
adjusting
and positioning
of the AKB/Spreader
device
as for
in-rip
or out-rip
cutting,
apply.
However,
since none of these operations
involve
thru-sawing
(sawing through
the workpiece),
there
is no kerf. Therefore
the spreader and AKB pawls
can only
be lowered
to a position
where
the
spreader just clears the workpiece.
CAUTION:
The AKB/$preader
device
will
not
stop a kickback
in this position, but will act as a
holddown
and as a guard of the out-feed side of
the sawblade.
by
another
the sawblade
- position
your body' at the nose (in-feed) side of the
guard: start and complete
the cut from that same
side. This will require added table support
for long
pieces.
12. Plastic and composition
(like hardboard)
materials
may be cut on your saw. However,
since these are
usually
quite
hard and slippery,
the antikickback
pawls may not stop a kickback.
the grain)
Top side molding
(shaping) . . .
17.
thru the saw with
with
Top side rabbeting
to just clear the
the antikickback
piece
or a casual
with
the
16. Shaping
of wood with
a dado head or a molding
head can be performed
"top-side"
(cutting
tool
basically
vertical and employing
sawblade guard), or
"edge"
(saw arbor vertical
- cutting tool horizontal
and employing
the Accessory
molding
head
guard).
"HEEL"
can
be avoided
by
maintaining
the
sawblade exactly
parallel to the fence. Grabbing
by
the sawblade
teeth can be caused by heel or by
feeding from the wrong direction
(see "DANGER"
warning
on guard)
it
can be avoided
by
maintaining
parallelism
of sawblade
to fence,
feeding
into
the sawblade
from
the nose of the
guard
only,
by
positioning
the spreader
and
antikickback
properly,
and keeping the workpiece
down on the table and against the fence.
Position
the nose of the guard
workpiece,
and position/adjust
and spreader devices as instructed.
a helper,
in line
15. Use extra care when ripping wood that has a twisted
grain or is twisted
or bowed - it may rock on the
table and/or pinch the sawblade.
sawblade
teeth
(wrong-way
feed) at the out-feed
side.
"PINCHING"
is generally
avoided
by
utilization
of the spreader, and a sharp sawblade of
the correct
type
for
the workpiece
being cut.
8.
saws
For rip or rip-type
cuts, the following
end of a
workpiece
to which a push stick or push board is
applied
must
be square
(perpendicular
to the
fence)
in order that feed pressure applied
to the
workpiece
by the push stick or block
does not
cause the workpiece
to come away from the fence,
and possibly cause a kickback.
18. During
rip and rip type cuts, the workpiece
must
be held down on the table and against the fence
with a push stick, push block, or featherboards.
A
featherboard
is made of solid lumber per sketch.
(C)CROSSCUTTING
1. ALWAYSRETURNTHECARRIAGE
TO THE
FULLREARWARD
POSITION
ATCONCLUSION
OFEACHCROSSCUT
TYPEOPERATION.
Never
remove
yourhandfromtheYokeHandle
unless
the
carriage
is in this position.Otherwise
thecutting
tool mayclimb up on the workpiece
andbe
propelled
towardyou.
2. Placeguardin horizontalpositionand adjust
antikickback
pawlstojustclearthetopofthefence
or workpiece,
whichever
is higher.Thisprovides
additional
guarding.
3. NEVERgangcrosscut
- liningup morethanone
workpiece
infrontofthefence- stacked
vertically,
or horizontally
outwardon thetable- andthen
pullingsawthru:the bladecouldpickuponeor
morepieces
andcause
a bindingortossof control
andpossible
injury.
4 Donot position
theArmsotheoperation
youare
performingpermitsthe cuttingtool to extend
beyond
theedges
oftheTable.
5. Top-side
dadoingor ,molding
across
the grainare
examples
of crosscut-type
cuts.Thesamebasic
procedures including positioning of the
AKB/Spreader
device
asforcrosscutting,
apply.
(D)ACCESSORI
ES
1 Useonlyrecommended
accessories
aslistedonpage
34.
2. Never
operate
thissawwhenequipped
withadado
heador moldingheadunlessthe moldinghead
guardis installed- seelistingof recommended
accessories.
Theonlyexception
iswhen"top-side"
electrical
wrench
The
foreign
operation
of
any
power
tool
can
result
in
objects
being thrown
into the eyes, which
can result in
severe eye damage.
Always
wear safety goggles complying
with
ANSI Z87.1 (shown on Package) before commencing
power tool operation.
Safety Goggles are available at Sears
retail or catalog stores.
IF POWER
Motor Specifications
The A-C motor
used in this saw is a capacitor-start,
non-reversible
type having the following
specifications:
Voltage
.............................
Amperes
..............................
Hertz (cycles)
.............................
Phase
................................
RPM ..................................
Rotation
as viewed from saw blade end
CAUTION:
Your
saw is wired for
Connect to a 120V, 15-Amp. branch
15-Amp.
time-delay
motor
is used for
fuse
240V
15-Amp.
branch circuit
fuse or circuit breaker,
or circuit
operation,
....
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE
PROPERLY
GROUNDED,
THAT
HAVE
while
120/240
11/5.5
60
Single
3450
Clockwise
CORD
IN
ANY
IMMEDIATELY.
IS WORN
WAY,
OR CUT,
HAVE
If your unit is for use on
plug that looks like below.
IT
less than
OR DAMAGED
REPLACED
150 volts
3-PRONG
it has a
PLUG
PROPERLY
GROUNDED
OUTLET
120V operation.
circuit and use a
GROUNDING
breaker.
If the
connect
to a
and use a 15-Amp.
This machine
must be grounded
the operator
from electric shock.
QUALIFIED
NOTE:
Do not overtighten
arbor nut. Use the arbor
to just "snug"
it.
WEAR
YOUR
connections
POWER SUPPLY
1.
dadoing
or molding,
whenthesawblade
guardmust
beused.Seedetailedinstructions
thataccompany
the dadohead,moldinghead,andmoldinghead
guard.
3. The useof grindingwheels,abrasive
or cut-off
wheels,
or wirewheels,
canbedangerous
andisnot
recommended.
(Abrasive
or cutoff wheels
areused
to sawmanydifferentmaterials
including
metals,
stone,andglass.)
4. Drill Chuck:Donot installor useanytwistdrill
largerthan1!2-inchin dia.,or longerthan7 inches
in lengthor extending
morethan6 inches
beyond
thechuckjaws,Donot installor useanyreduced
shankdrillexceptof thespade
type(1 inchdia.or
smaller)."Usefor drillingWOODandPLASTIC
only."
PRONG
time-delay
in use to protect
YOUR
OUTLET
IS
IT CHECKED
BY A
ELECTRICIAN.
WARNING:
DO NOT PERMIT
FINGERS
TO TOUCH
THE TERMINALS
OF PLUGS
WHEN
INSTALLING
OR
REMOVING
THE
PLUG
TO OR FROM
THE
OUTLET.
WARNING:
IF NOT PROPERLY
GROUNDED
THIS
POWER
TOOL
CAN
INCUR
THE
POTENTIAL
HAZARD
OF
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK.
PARTICULARLY
WHEN
USED
IN
DAMP
LOCATIONS
IN PROXIMITY
TO PLUMBING.
IF AN
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
OCCURS
THERE
IS THE
POTENTIAL
OF A SECONDARY
HAZARD
SUCH AS
YOUR HANDS CONTACTING
THE SAWBLADE.
This
power
tool
=s equipped
with
a 3-conductor
and grounding
type plug which has a grounding
Listed
by
Underwriters'
Laboratories.
The
cord
prong,
ground
conductor
has a green jacket and is attached to the tool
housing
at one end and to the ground
prong in the
attachment
plug at the other end.
This plug requires
outlet as shown.
a mating
3-conductor
grounded
type
If the outlet you are planning
to use for this power tool
is of the two
prong
type
DO NOT
REMOVE
OR
ALTER
THE
GROUNDING
PRONG
IN
ANY
MANNER.
Use an adapter as shown and always connect
the grounding
lug to known ground.
It it recommended
that you have a qualified
replace the TWO prong outlet with a properly
THREE
prong
outlet.
electrician
grounded
electrical
An
adapter
connections
as shown
below
is available
/,
plugs to 2-prong
receptacles.
The green grounding
lug
extending
from
the adapter must be connected
to a
permanent
ground
such as to a properly
grounded
outlet box.
GROUNDING
7\
L
for connecting
Ix
LUG
ADAPTER
3-PRONG
PLUG
2-PRONG
3.
Connections
for 240V
A.C.
RECEPTACLE
a.
NOTE:
already
The adapter
illustrated
have a properly
grounded
ELECTRICAL
a.
Motor
b.
ELECTRICAL
MADE
BY
A
(3)
The orange-colored
terminal
an
circuit
serving
undersized
be
wire
on number
8 terminal.
on number
7 terminal.
Replace the 120V power-cord
plug with a (3-blade)
240V
plug, connecting
the power-cord
white
and
black
leads, respectively,
to the two "hot"
plug
GR(}LJPJ
LCNG[ST
240VPLUG&
,tbdO
OF
RECEPTACLE
the power-cord
prong.
grounding
BLADE
IS j
3 BLADES i
_
or an overloaded
branch
!(_
GROUNDED
the saw motor.
OUTLEt
BOX
NO
ADAPTER
voltage
supplied
by the power
source,
the power company
cannot correct.
Whenever
changing
connections
240V or vice-versa,
make certain
necessary
steps (including
branch circuit)
are completed.
AVAILABLE
proper
fusing
THIS
from
that a/I
of
the
/
/c
must
wire
Motor wiring
connections
for 120V (as made at the
factory)
are
described
below.
Necessary
reconnections
for 240V operation
are also described
following.
120V to
box
operations.
Either
Low
which
motor
blades
and connecting
wire to the plug ground
Connections
(1) Heavy-duty
b.
IN
BE
inside the
as follows:
(2) The brown-colored
Under normal
home workshop
usage, and if proper
(full) voltage is supplied to the motor, your saw will
operate
efficiently
on 120V,
as connected
at the
factory.
However,
if any of the following
conditions
exists, it will be advisable for you to reconnect
the
motor
for
240V
operation
to
obtain
the
efficiem:y
and performance
for which
your saw is
designed:
(2)
(I)
CONNECTIONS
WARNING:
CHANGES
CONNECTIONS
SHOULD
QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
Changing
is for use only if you
2-prong receptacle.
The wires
connected
saw into
a 240V,
PLUG
C.
Plug your
d.
Make certain the receptacle
is connected
to a 240V
A-C power supply
through
a 240V
branch
circuit
having at least a 15-amp. capacity,
and protected
by
a 15-amp. time*delay
fuse or circuit breaker.
MOTOR SAFETY
3-blade
TYPE
IS
FOR
receptacle.
PROTECTION
NOTE:
This motor
should be blown out, or "vacuumed",
frequently
to prevent
sawdust
interference
with
normal
motor ventilation.
L
Your
saw
motor
is equipped
with
a manual-reset,
thermal-overload
protector
designed to open the power-line
circuit
when the motor temperature
exceeds a safe value.
oft 0O , L...
_owN -\\ _- ORANOE
2.
Connections
for 120V
a.
Remove
terminal
nameplate
board.
b.
The wires
shown:
c.
inside
A,C.
PROTECTOR
cover
from
of the motor
motor
to
must be connected
wire
on number
6 terminal.
(2) The brown-colored
wire
on number
5 terminal.
SaW.
120V
power-cord
plug
furnished
with
BUTTO N)_
as
(1) The orange-colored
Use the
(R_D
expose
your
1.
If the protector
opens the line and stops the saw motor,
_mmediately
press the
saw switch
to the "OFF"
position,
and allow the motor to cool.
2. After coolingto a safeoperating
temperature,
the
overload
protector
canbeclosedmanually
by pushing
in theredbuttonon thetopof themotor.If thered
buttonwill notsnapintoplaceimmediately,
themotor
isstill toohotandmustbeallowed
to coolforawhile
longer.Insomecases
thismaytake20-30minutes.
(An
audible
clickwill indicate
protector
isclosed.)
3. As soonasthe red buttonwill snapinto running
position, the saw may be startedand operated
normally,by pullingoutthe sawswitchto the"ON"
position.
4. Frequent
opening
of fuses
orcircuitbreakers
mayresult
if motorisoverloaded,
or if themotorcircuitis fused
differentlyfrom recommendations.
Overloading
can
occurif youfeedtorapidlyorif yoursawismisaligned
so thatthebladeheels.
Donot use a fuse of greater
capacity
5.
6.
without
consulting
a qualified
voltage (such as small size wires in the supply circuit)
or
to an overly-long
supply
circuit,
Always
check
the
connections,
the load and the supply circuit,
whenever
the motor
fails to perform
satisfactorily.
Check wire
sizes and lengths with the table following.
WIRE SIZES
The
CONTROL
cord
will
cause
some
loss
3-pole
receptacles
which
Wire Size Required
(American Wire Gauge Number)
240 Volt Lines
12.0 Volt Line_
No. 14
No. 12
No. 12
No.
8
No.
No.
8
6
OF CONTROLS
LEVER
OFF
WITH
ARM
SW_TCH
KEY
LOCK
JSTING
WHEEL
CLAMP
\
RIP
SCALE
INDICATOR
CAI_RIAGE
.OCK
EL[VATIO
N
CBANK
\
of
accept
LEVER
ON
"ABLE
and
Up to 100 feet
100 feet to 200 feet
200 feet to 400 feet
AND FUNCTIONS
ARM
INDEX
plugs
Length of the
Conductor
may
be traced
to loose or
overloading,
reduced
input
BEVEL
extension
NOTE:
For circuits
of greater length, the wire size must be
increased
proportionately
in order to deliver ample voltage
to the saw motor.
electrician.
LOCATIONS
any
grounding
type
the tools plug.
Although
the motor
is designed for operation
on the
voltage
and frequency
specified
on motor
nameplate,
normal
loads will
be handled
safely on voltages
not
more than 10% above or below the nameplate
voltage.
Heavy loads, however,
require
that voltage
at motor
terminals
equals the voltage specified on nameplate.
Most
motor
troubles
incorrect
connections,
use of
power.
To
keep
this to a minimum
and to prevent
over-heating
and motor
burn-out,
use the table below to
determine
the minimum
wire size (A.W.G.)
extension
cord.
Use only
3 wire extension
cords
which
have 3 prong
KNOB
CONTENTS
Guarantee
.....................................
General Safety Instructions
for Power Tools
.........
Additional
Safety Instructions
for Radial Saws
.......
Electrical
Connections
..........................
Assembly
and Alignment
........................
Unpacking
and Preassembly
.....................
Alignment
Procedure
.....................
"....
assembly
2
2
3
5
8
8
12
Location
and Functions
of Controls
...............
Basic Saw Operations
..........................
20
23
Adjustments
to Compensate
for Wear ..............
Trouble-Shooting
............................
Maintenance
and Lubrication
....................
Recommended
Accessories
......................
Repair Parts
.................................
28
31
34
34
35
and alignment
TOOLS
NEEDED
FRAMING
C _ECKING
INSIDE
Screwdriver
(medium)
OF
REAR
@
SQUARE
ACCURACY
MUST
OF
SQUARE
EDGE
# 2
wrench
1/2-inch
Phillips
Screwdriver
ACCURACY
OUTSIDE
OF
FRONT
OF
OF
SQUARE
TABLE
(FENCE,BOARDS
SPACER
AND
BACK
REMOVED)
7/16-inch
BE TRUE
CHECKING
?:;'E;Lg::2'r%OgGE
?
FENCE
/
__h
TDR
BAL_ LIL_4N
C! I rt'H_tIOEhD G E
wrench
9/16-inch
wreuch
[': :i_i-:i" ;CI. _i'._; L...i; _=
'. ii_ !'!-_ '....
Framing
Pliers
Pencil
UNPACKING
WARNING:
A SOURCE
AND
WHENEVER
THE POWER
CORD
MUST
YOU
ARE
Model
carton
113.197702
but DOES
Model
carton
113.197752
Radial Saw is shipped
but INCLUDES
Steel Legs.
1.
Unpacking
CORD TO
REMAIN
WORKING
complete
ON
in one
in one
Contents
Separate all "loose"
parts from packaging materials
and
check each item with "Table
of Loose Parts" to make
sure all items are accounted
for, before discarding
any
packing
material.
If any parts are missing, do not attempt
to assemble
radial saw, plug in the power cord, or turn the switch
on until
correctly.
3
4
the
5
missing
BE NO
GAP
HERE @'HEN
SQUARE
IS FLIPPED
iN
Radial Saw is shipped complete
NOT INCLUDE
Steel Legs.
and Checking
BHOLLD
OVERLAP
DOTTED
OR
OVER
POSITION
SHOULD
OVERLAP
RE NO
GAP
HERE WHEN
SQUARE
IS
IN
DOTTED
FLIPPED
OR
OVER
POSITION
PREASSEMBLY
DO NOT CONNECT
OF POWER.
THIS
UNPLUGGED
THE SAW.
square
parts are obtained
and are installed
Key
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Table
of
Loose
Par_
Qty.
Basic Saw assembly ....................
Rear table ...........................
1
1
Table spacer ..........................
Rip fence ............................
Front table ...........................
1
1
1
Channel, Table Mtg .....................
"Owner's Manual" . ....................
Loose Parts Bag Part No. 63794
2
1
(containing the following items):
Rip-Scale Indicator
...................
Twin Nut (far attaching rip-scale indicator)
.
Machine Screw, Pan Hd., 6-32 x 7/16"
. ...
Hex "' L" Wrench, 1/4 ..................
Hex "L" Wrench, 3/16 .................
Elevation Crank Assembly ..............
Arbor Wrench .......................
Shaft Wrench ........................
*Loose Parts Bag Part No. 63795
(containing the following items):
Setscrew, cap pt. 1/4-20 x 3/8 ...........
Machine Screw, Pan Hd., 1/4-20 x 1'" . ....
Washer, Steel (Flat), 17/64 x 5/8 x 1/32"
..
Nut, "T"
. ..........................
Screw, Pan Hd. 1/4-20 x 1-3/4"
. .........
Nut, Hex 1/4-20 ......................
Lockwasher, 1/4 .....................
Table Clamp .........................
*Loose Parts Bag Part No. 63796
(containing the following items):
Hex "L" Wrench, 1/8" . ................
Switch Key .........................
Lockwasher, 5/16"
. ..................
Washer, Flatlli32x7/8xl/16""
. .......
Set Screw, Cup Pt. 1/4-20 x 1" . .........
Nut, L0ok 5/16-18 ....................
Bolt, Sq. Hd. 5/16-18 x 3/4" . ...........
Washer, 21/64 x 9/16 x 1/16" . ..........
Nut, Hex 5/16-18 .....................
*This bag included in Loose Parts Bag No. 63794
2
2
4
1
1
!
1
I
1
4
5
!
1
4
4
2
1
1
4
4
1
2
4
2
4
The
following
parts
Key
No.
Table
of Loose Parts
|
2
3
are
included
with
Model
113.197752.
QtY.
Leg .....................................
Stiffener, L.H .............................
Stiffener, R.H .............................
Loose Parts Bag Part No. 63752
(containing the following items):
- Screw, Truss Hd. 1/4-20 x 5/8 ..............
- Lockwasher, 1/4 External
.................
- L0ckwasher, 5/16 External
................
- Nut, Hex 1/4-20 .........................
- Nut, Hex Jam 5/16-18
....................
- Nut, Hex 1/2-13 .........................
- Foot, Leveling ..........................
- Screw, Hex Hrl. 5/16-18 x 5/8 ..............
-Washer, 11/32x11/16x1/16
..............
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
1
4
4
4
2
?
40
40
4
40
4
8
4
4
16
©
5
8
7
ASSEMBLING
STEEL
F
LEGS
O
NOTE:
Steel Legs are furnished
with
From among the loose parts, find the
40
40
40
8
Truss Head Screws, 1/4-20
Lockwashers,
1/4-External
Hex Nuts, 1/4-20
Hex Nuts, 1/2-13
4
Leveling
Assemble
1.
2.
3.
O
x 5/8
ST FFENER
L.H.
Feet
the
Assemble
(2) each of right
and left hand Stiffeners
to the
screws,
length shown
using 1/4-20
Iockwashers
and hex nuts.
x 5/8"'
Attach
screws,
the four (4) legs to the Stiffeners
Iockwashers
and nuts.
truss
head
1/4 20
O
O
O
O
o°1
R.H.
21-1/4"
I°
O
using
O
STIFFENER
k
Legs as shown.
Two
I°°
Model 113.197752.
following
Hardware:
_l
-I
17-3/4"
STIFFENER
L.H.
0
0
O
O
0
0
o
0
o
S/IFFENER
R. H.
Install leveling feet as shown. To level steel legs, loosen
nut on inside of leg and turn nut on outside to raise or
lower feet. Adjust all four levelers if necessary, and then
tighten
nuts on inside of leg.
NOTE:
These
levelers
adjustment.
are
not
intended
for
height
CAUTION:
Leveling feet must be adjusted
so the saw does
not rock AND so that the arm slopes slightly
downward
to
the rear so the carriage will not roll forward
due to gravity.
!
1
REMOVE
SKIDS
MOUNTING
1.
BASE
SAW
From
among
hardware:
4
4
16
4
FROM
the
loose
parts,
find
the
LEG
following
Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 5/8
Lockwashers,
5/16 in. External
Type
Washers, 11/32 ID
Hex Jam Nuts, 5/16-18
2.
Place saw on legs so that holes in bottom
with holes marked X in top of legs.
3.
Install
screws,
washers and nuts
o_0
o
o
o
o
L.H.
STIFFENER
£AW
Io o,'ooo
x
×
O
O
o
O
base or flat
clearance to
saw to slope
is installed
BASE
SCREW
"_"_'_1
it will
o
not
o
o
o
o
F
I
o
o
o
€
ooo
o
STIFFE_'4ER
---_[
FLAT WASPIER__
LOC KWASHER /._4,.
ATTACH
ELEVATION
_'-
CRANK.
Install setscrew into crank.
Be sure setscrew is tightened
Install crank on elevation
on flat of shaft.
j!
shaft.
/"
ELEVATION
URN
ELEVATE
Remove
ARM
shipping
TO ITS
block
MAXIMUM
LEG
as shown.
slightly
rearward, so when the carriage
roll forward
due to gravity.
HEAD
o
STIFFENER
of saw line up
If you mount
the saw on any other Craftsman
bench, make sure Elevation
Crank has proper
rotate.
The saw must be bolted down. Position
F.EX
R.H.
HEIGHT.
and discard.
lo
CRANK
CLOCKWISE)
assembly
and alignment
BE positive
switch
is "OFF"
thru-out
entire procedure.
and power
cord
unplugged
.f'_
REMOVE
CARRIAGE
AND
TAG.
Read and
_,,,....__ WARNING
_
STOP
SCREW,
LOCKWASHER
understand
warning
tag before
discarding.
LOCKWASHER
i_._.._
S!OP
HEX
LOCK
ARM
BEFORE
SCREW
"L" WRENCH
SUPPLIED
PROCEEDING.
HOLDING
CARRIAGE
ASSEMBLY
WITH
BOTH
HANDS,
CAREFULLY
START
AND
SLIDE
THE
CARRIAGE
ONTO THE TRACKS.
The assembly must be
held parallel
with
the arm so that all four bearings slide
smoothly
onto the arm, preventing
any excessive strain on
bearings and track.
WARNING:
REINSTALL
PREVENT
CARRIAGE
CARRIAGE
STOP SCREW
FROM ROLLING
OFF ARM.
Check
for
looseness
of carriage
"'Adjusting
Carriage
Bearings"
Compensate
for Wear" Section.
in
REMOVE
DISCARD.
Use of
SHIPPING
pliers
REMOVE
may
SCREWS
be
AND
bearings.
Refer
"Adjustments
TO
to
to
necessary.
VIEW OF UNDERSIDE
OF MOTOR
SHOWING
LOCATION
OF TWO
SHIPPING
SCP,.EWS
SAW BLADE.
1.
Tighten
2.
3.
Loosen guard clamp screw, remove guard.
Motor
shaft has left hand threads,
Hold
and rotate arbor wrench down (clockwise).
carriage
lock knob.
4.
Remove
shaft nut, outer collar, saw blade,
collar. Set aside and out of the way.
shaft
PULL
wrench
and
TO
inner
BLADE
POTATION
11
DOWN
LOOSEN
ALIGNMENT
PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT:
SQUARE
HD.
SCREW
5/16-18x 3/4
IN ORDER TO OBTAIN MAXIMUM
CUTTING
ACCURACY,
THE FOLLOWING
SIX STEPS
MUST
BE
CAREFULLY
FOLLOWED.
BECOME
THOROUGHLY
FAMILIAR
WITH
THESE STEPS SO THAT YOU CAN ALWAYS
MAINTAIN
YOUR
SAW
IN
PROPER
ALIGNMENT.
THE ACCURACY
OF EACH
ADJUSTMENT
IS ALWAYS
DEPENDENT
UPON THE ACCURA C Y OF THE PRECEDING
ADJUSTMENT.
After
following
the 6 step
assembly
procedure
and the Basic Saw operation
Trouble
Shooting
section
if any difficulty
when performing
any sawing operation.
TABLE
[ABLE
MOUNTING
SUPPORT
CHANNEL
MOLJNTI
SUPPORT
l_C
CHANNEL
\
HERE
LOCKWASHER
and alignment
section
refer to
is experienced
FLAT
WASHER
STEP ONE
NOTE:
The following
adjustment,
performed
properly,
result in the work table being parallel to the arm.
ATTACHING
AND
SUPPORT
CHANNELS,
1.
LEVELING
TABLE
MOUNT
THESE
RAILS
USING
HOLES
MOUNTING
Attach
table
mounting
support
channels
with
four
square head 5/16-18
x 3/4 screws, Iockwashers
and flat
washers and nuts. POSITION
SCREWS IN CENTER
OF
CHANNEL
SLOTS,
finger tight to
"slip"
against the base when leveling.
2. Release bevel lock lever, move
and rotate the motor to position
down. Lock bevel lock.
3.
will
Unlock
and
hold
arm
control
permit
channels
UNLOCK
to
INDEX
RELEASe_
POSITION
LOCK
bevel index pin to left
saw blade end of shaft
lever
m
index
release
position
as shown.
Position
arm
against
left
stop
(approximately
50 ° miter).
Loosen carriage lock knob
and position
carriage directly
over left hand channel.
NOTE:
For safety reasons
standard,
stops have been
rotation
of the radial arm.
4.
Slide
the
arbor
wrench
in accordance
with the UL
provided
to prevent
360 °
handle
between
end
of motor
shaft and mounting
channel
to act as a feeler gauge.
Carefully
lower the motor
with elevation
crank until
the end of shaft is just touching
the arbor wrench. The
wrench
should
slide back and
resistance.
Tighten screw "A".
forth
with
only
NOTE:
Do not change this elevation
setting
left and right hand table support
channels
adjusted.
Move
arm
and carriage
to
support
in the same manner.
6.
Move arm and carriage
to right hand support
channel
and level in the same manner you adjusted the left hand
support
channel.
Recheck
both
tightening
adjustment.
8.
Elevate
provide
screws
support
did
channels
not
affect
saw and place motor
clearance
for installation
"B"
until both
have been
5,
7.
screw
slight
to
the
in
and
make
tighten
sure
accuracy
of
that
ARBOR
WRENCH
the
vertical
position
to
of front (work)
table.
TABLE MOUNTING
SUPPORT
CHANNEL
(LEFT HAND)
SCREW
SCREW
12
"A"
"B"
assembly
and alignment
FRONT
(IN
UPSIDE
HOLE
HOLD
T-NUT
INSTALLATION
TABLE
DOWN
FOR
DOWN
POSITION)
TABLE
SCREWS
T-NUT
(TYPICAL)
BOTTOM
SIDE
OF TABLE
_,
OF FRONT (WORK) TABLE.
Place front table board upside down on a workbench
or
on the floor.
Drive
T-nut
into the hole that is not
counterbored.
1.
2.
Align the counterbored
holes with matching
holes in
support
channels.
Install
the five
17/64
inch
flat
washers, and four ¼-- 20 x I inch Pan-Head machine
screws. Just barely start the cup point set screw and the
one (I) ¼ -- 20 x I-3/4 inch Pan Head machine screw in
table center holes.
3.
PIEX NUT
LOCKWASHER
Install one ¼ lockwasher
and Hex Nut on each of the
four (4) screws in The support
channels and tighten.
lay the rear table board on edge across the front table
to serve as a straightedge.
Sight under this straightedge
to determine
whether
the front
table board is high or
low at its center.
4,
If the front
table
is high at center,
first tighten
center (74 -- 20 x t 3/4 inch) hold down screw until
table is level -- then tighten the leveling screw until
screw is snug.
If table ls low at center, first tighten
the leveling
until the table is level -- then tighten
the hold
RBAR IAiLE
HOLD
DOWN
the
the
this
screw
down
SC[eW.
If
Table is not
center
high
hold down
or low,
tighten
leveling
F_ONf
se[ew and
screw snug.
STEP TWO
ADJUSTING
COLUMN
TUBE IN COLUMN SUPPORT
NOTE:
The following
adjustment
is very CRITICAL.
Al!
fulure
albgnment
procedures
rely on this adjustment
being
performed
correctly.
ALL
LOOSENESS
MUST
BE
REMOVED.
1.
Index
and lock arm at 0 ° Miter.
While holding
the arm with
one hand, hold fingers of
other hand as shown, between column tube and column
support.
Apply
gentle
side pressure
to the arm in
opposing
directions.
Any
side to side or rotational
movement
(indicated
by arrow) can be felt with finger.
If
looseness
required
exists
the
following
adjustments
are
13
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BOARD
2.
Loosen (2) 1/4 _ 20 Gib set screws
rear of the column support.
on the left side at the
HEX "L" WRENC
3.
Elevate,
and then
binds and elevation
lower
the
is difficult
Arm:
(a) if the column
loosen two 5/16 - 18
plated bolts on front side of the column support
until
you
achieve
smooth
but firm
elevation.
(b) If the
column
moves side-to-side
within
the column
support,
tighten
the two 5/16 - 18 plated botts until movement
disappears - elevation
should be smooth and firm.
4.
Now tighten
the (2) 1/_,_ 20 Gib set screws until no
noticeable
rotational
play exists between Column
Tube
and Column Support.
5.
Recheck
elevation
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and re-adjust
BRIGHT PLATED
if necessary.
BLADE
ROTATION
STEP THREE
SQUARING
TRAVELS
CROSS
CUT
TRAVEL
IN A STRAIGHT
LINE).
1.
Index
2.
Install saw blade
threads.
NOTE:
to just
but do not
(CARRIAGE
lock arm at 0 ° miter.
as shown.
Do not overtighten
"snug" it.
arbor
Motor
nut.
shaft
has left
Use the arbor
hand
END
_/
wrench
OF
ARBOR
RESTING
ON
WRENCH
TABLE
SAWBL
OUTER
COLLAR
MOTOR
ARBOR
14
NUT
INNER
COLLAR
assembly
and alignment
3.
Lower arm until saw blade
Lock the yoke clamp handle
4.
Place
a
framing
position
the
just contacts
NOTE:
5.
square
just clears the front
and bevel lock lever.
on
the
table
table.
as shown
and
blade and square until the leg of the square
a tooth of the blade. Mark this tooth.
The framing
"true"
-
(or combination)
see
start
of
square must be
"Assembly
and
Alignment"
method."
section
8
on
p.
for
checking
BEVEL LOCK
LEVER
When the carriage is moved back and forth on the arm,
the marked
tooth
should just touch the square at all
points.
If marked
tooth
moves into square or away
from square the following
adjustments
are required:
a.
Loosen
of arm.
(3) 3/8
--
16 set screws
in arm latch
b.
Move the arm in proper direction
to make marked
tooth follow
edge of square when the saw blade is
moved along arm in a "cross cut" manner.
c.
Lock
d.
RETIGHTEN
(3) setscrews in arm latch
possible and recheck "cross cut" travel.
at rear
HEX
arm latch.
NOTE:
This
simultaneously
positions.
squaring
of
set BOTH
as tight
as
the cross cut travel will
of the 45 ° miter index
O
e.
tl
Set miter
indicator
on 0 ° position
as shown,
6,
Position
the rip (guide)
fence, spacer board and
table board behind the front table board as shown.
7.
Install the two table
them at the rear of
securely.
"L"
WRENCH
(SUPPLIED)
rear
_
clamps
in the holes provided
for
the saw base, and tighten
them
NOTE:
The life of your saw table will be lengthened
considerably
if you wilt cover the front table with a
fitted
piece of % inch plywood.
This should be tacked
in place for easy replacement.
Use of such a cover will
allow you to do all cutting into the cover, rather than
your table top.
TABLE
CLAMP
WASHEP
REAR
TABt
FRONT
15
RIP
TABLE
FENC£
STEP FOUR
SQUARING
SAW
BLADE
TO (WORK)
TABLE
NOTE:
If alignment
procedure
step one was not performed,
this adjustment
can not be accomplished.
1.
2.
Place a framing
square on the table with the short leg
against the saw blade. Do not allow the square to rest
against a "set-out"
tooth;
it must rest flat against the
blade side.
RIP FENCE
If the saw blade is square with the table top (no visible
gap appears between
the saw blade and square) and no
adjustment
s
required.
Set bevel
indicator
to 0 °
reading.
If the square does not touch the saw blade as
shown (with square leg held firm against the table top),
perform
the following
adjustments:
SQUARE
f
'x_
I
j_
SQUARE ___
J
/J
L.
TABLE
WRONG
WRONG
a.
Tighten
b.
Remove
handle
cover by removing
two
Head Screws, Remove handle by removing
socket head screw and Iockwasher,
#10
5/16
Pan
18
c.
Loosen
1/4"
Hex
"L'"
carriage
lock knob.
the four
Wrench.
firmly
against
socket
Rotate
LOOSEN
head screws
motor
while
with
holding
FOUR
THESE
SCREWS
5/16-18
HEAD
SOCKET
SCREW
square
saw blade and table top.
d.
Slightly
tighten
. . . Now tighten
e.
Reinstall
f.
Loosen
each of the four screws
each screw tight.
handle
carriage
RIGHT
and adjust
indicator
and recheck
5/16
on 0 ° reading.
IN.
lock knob.
LOCKWASHER
HEX
''f
"L"
WREI
NO.
10 PAN
SCREW
STEP FIVE
SQUARING BLADE TO RIP (GUIDE)
HEEL ADJUSTMENT.
LEFT HAND
CARRIAGE
COVER
FENCE - BLADE
NOTE:
If alignment
procedure
steps two and four were not
performed,
this alignment
step cannot be accomplished.
1.
Position
carnage
as shown
and tighten
knob.
Place a framing
square against the
the saw blade, as shown.
The long leg
must be held firmly against both the fence
top, and the short leg must not touch
on the saw blade. Check at several
rotation.
2.
RIP FENCE
carriage
lock
rip fence and
of the square
and the table
any of the teeth
points
of blade
If the square does not touch the blade at both
two points as shown, a heel condition
exists.
of the
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FENCE
FENCE
FENCE
[
3
i
SQUARE
L
SQUARE
_©UAI_E
J
MOTOR
MOTOR
I_
ONG
,
"
MOIOR
IGHI
16
HD
assembly
3.
l o correct
and alignment
"'heel"
left
condition
proceed
hand carriage
as follows:
a,
Remove
b.
Loosen
the yoke
clamp
c
Loosen
(slightly)
the two
d.
Rotate
the yoke assembly
until
saw blade and square is eliminated,
t.
Lock
yoke clamp
hex-head screws.
handle
f
Recheck
and install
g
Loosen
for "heel"
carriage
cover•
HEX
handle•
HEEL
and
gap
between
retighten
carriage
the
the
two
cover.
lock knob.
set
LEFf
SIDF
OF
CARRIAGE
ADJUSTMENT
1.
With sawblade
hr 90 ° cutoff
position,
elevate saw and
rotate motor to vertical position
(Blade Horizontal)
and
check for heel. Make sure bevel lock lever is locked.
2.
P_sition
square
perpendicular
to fence and between
blade and table, as shown tower arm. Do not allow the
square to rest against a "set-out"
tooth, it must rest ilat
against the blade side.
3.
li the saw blade is parallel with the table top (no visibte
g_p appears
between
the saw blade and square),
no
adjustment
is required.
4,
If there is a visible gap between saw blade and square, a
bevel heel condition
exists and adjustment
is required.
a.
To, correct,
unlock
beret lock lever, loosen the rear
motor mount
3/8-16 nut until you can rotate Cam,
and then rotate
Cam as shown until gap between
saw blade and square is eliminated.
b.
Tighten
c
Reposition
nut and bevel
FENC[
SCREWS
hex head screws.
NOTE:
This alig_lment
procedure
will simultaneously
both yoke indexhrg positions for blade [n and out rip.
VERTICAL
HEAD
motor
•
-
i
lock lever and recheck.
in crosscut
position.
I
1ABL[
RIGHT
WROb4G
(TU Rt--, CAM
COLJi'qTFR C OCKWIS[)
1"7
WRONG
(TURN
CAM
C[ OCKWISE)
,
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1_
STEP SIX
SCREW
1.
INSTALLING
INDICATORS.
AND
ADJUSTING
RIP
SCALE
NOTE:
The rip scales and pointers are intended
to
be used for quick
settings.
For greater accuracy,
take direct
measurement
between
blade and fence.
a.
Pre-assemble
not remove
carriage
I _
indicator
and twin nut, loosen but do
the two screws which attach left hand
I
_
INDICATOR
cover.
b.
Tilt carriage cover and install rip indicator
Tighten carriage attaching
screws.
c.
Loosen
but do not remove carriage
lock knob in
right hand carriage cover. Install rip indicator
in the
same manner. Tighten
carriage attaching
screws.
as shown.
TWIN
It
d.
_lP SCALE
NUT
I
r
!
With the fence in its normal
position
(next to the
front table), loosen the yoke clamp handle, pull on
swivel latch pin knob and rotate the yoke as shown
to index the yoke 90 ° from the cross cut position.
This will locate the saw blade between
the motor
arrd the fence.
Lock
yoke clamp handle.
the
yoke
by
tightening
the
FRONT
fABLE
FENCE
/
/
REAR TABLE
J
I
l
TABLE SPACER
BOARD
RIP SCALE
INDICATOR
Position
carriage until the edge of the blade, when
spun by hand, just touches the front face of the
fence. The rip-scale indicator
(on the right hand side
of radial arm) should now read "'0" inches on upper
portion
of the blade "In-Rip"
scale. If not, loosen
screws and shift the indicator
until it is aligned with
the "0" mark, then tighten the screws.
NOTE: With the saw blade and fence in the position
shown,
the upper
portion
of the blade "In-Rip"
scale
is used.
If the fence
is reqocated
at the
extreme
rear position,
the lower portion
blade "In Rip" scale would be used.
of
O
r
the
LOCK
f.
The
blade
"Out-Rip"
scale
indicator
on
the
KNOB
left
hand side of the radial arm is adjusted in essentially
the same manner as the blade "In-Rip"
indicator,
except the blade should be as shown. With 2 inches
measured
between
the fence and the face of saw
T
1
blade, the rip-scale
indicator
should be positioned
to read 2 inches on the upper portion
of the blade
"Out- Rip" scale.
NOTE:
shown,
With the saw blade and fence in the position
the upper portion
of the blade "Out-Rip'"
scale is used. If the fence is moved to rear position
(at the rear of rear table) the lower portion
of the
blade "Out-Rip"
scale is used.
g.
Loosen the yoke clamp handle,
latch pin knob
and return
the
position.
pull on the swivel
blade to the 90 °
2" - MEASURED FROM FENCE
TO NEAREST BLADE TOOTH
18
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assembly
ALIGNMENT
WARNING:
and alignment
OF SPREADER
NEVER
FOR RIPPING.
POSITION
ANTIKICKBACK
ASSEMBLY
POSITION
ANTIKICKBACK
PAWLS OR SPREADER.
2.
THE
GUARD
OR
WITH
POWER
ON; NOR
PAWLS
BY
GRASPING
Install Blade Guard.
a.
Sight
(visually)
to check
for proper
alignment
of
spreader with saw blade as shown. If the spreader is
not aligned, adjust it as follows:
(1)
Loosen
two
spreader.
hex
nuts,
(2) Rotate hex nuts with
is directly
in line with
(3) Tighten
both
one
on
fingers until
saw blade.
each
side
of
__-
the spreader
HLX
NUT
_-'---CLAMP
SCREW
hex nuts firmly.
I_xlPRE ADE R
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ANTI KICKBACK, SPREADER
ADJUSTING WING SCREW
Check
a.
and Adjust
the spreader as follows:
Loosen
the antikickback
spreader
adjusting
wing
screw and with the "tab" position
the antikickback
and spreader assembly near the bottom
of the blade
and tighten.
RD CL
ANTIKICKBACK
FENCE
LOCATIONS
Position
(A) is used for most cutoff
and narrow
ripping
operations.
Position
(B)
is used for
maximum
width
ripping.
Position (C) is used to achieve maximum
crosscut
capacity in thin work.
B
CA
t-t
04N,
Now that you have assembled
and aligned your saw, you
are ready to proceed with operating controls section of this
manual.
Refer to trouble
shooting
section if saw does not
perform
satisfactorily
or any problems
should surface after
using the saw.
19
F-p
F-. ----
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I-
PAWLS
locations
and functions
of controls
The versatility
of the Radial Saw is due, in part, to its
controls,
and these are the keys to its successful operation.
Learn to use the controls
for all operations
before actually
starting to saw.
A series of six diagrams
is located on the top surface of the
arm. These designate the controls
that must be used in basic
set-ups
and operating
procedures.
You
should
become
familiar
with these diagrams and the operating
instructions
that follow,
before operating
your saw.
MITER SCALE
/NDICA[OR
2
5
ARM
CONTROL
LEVER
BEVEL INDEX LEVER
RIP SCALE INDICA
3
6
SWIVEL
LATCH LEVER
SWI TCH
WITH KEY
ARM LOCK
ADJUSTING
WHEEL
ABLE
CLAMP
RIP SCALE
I NDICATOR
ELEVATION
,
CRANK
4
CARRIAGE
LOCK KNOB
3
LOCK
HANDLE
7
ANTIKICK
BACK.,
ADJUSTING
WING
ACCESSORY
SHAFT
SCREW
ANTIKICKBACK
AND SPREADER
ASSEMBLY
BEVEL INDEX
INDICATOR
5
BEVEL LOCK
LEVER
o
2O
locations
1.
Depth
of Cut
and functions
of controls
(Elevation)
a.
The diagram
shows the elevation
crank
used to raise and lower the saw blade.
b.
Clockwise
rotation
raises
the
which
blade
.
saw-blade
bevel-index
is
.
Angle
and
b.
The radial arm has positive
index positions
at 0 °
and 4E ° Left and Right.
The arm is rotated
by
pulling
arm control
lever to index release position.
With
arm
control
lever
released
the arm will
bevel
lock
lever
The bevel index
lever automatically
indexes
the
motor
at 0 °, 45 ° and 90 ° . Move bevel index lever
d.
6.
and
c.
to the left while positioning
the blade, then
it. At any other position
it does not engage.
Example:
When
moving
the arm to a miter
index
position
move it slightly
past the desired index position,
then return to the index position
carefully
to index and
lock.
Yoke
indexing
and
bevel
indexing
can
be
accomplished
in a similar
manner.
This
indexing
technique
tends to neutralize
any stresses impaired
upon saw components
and contributes
to the high
degree of accuracy
the saw is capable of producing
when operated expertly.
The arm control
lever locks, unlocks
the arm for Left and Right Miter cuts.
are:
The bevel-index
scale indicates the angular position
of the motor with respect to horizontal,
from 0 ° to
90 ° in either vertical position.
of Cut (Miter)
Proper
Indexing
Method
- Experienced
operators
of
woodworking
equipment,
such as this Craftsman
Radial
Saw, acquire
the habit of indexing
in one direction
only, whenever
a new setting is made in preparation
for
a different
operation.
a.
angle,
b.
.
counterclockwise
rotation
lowers it. One complete
turn of the handle will raise or lower the saw blade
1/16-inch.
(bevel)
lever.
The bevel lock lever locks the motor
when
the motor
is in any position.
release and push to lock.
Power
a.
Switch
Insert
release
to the yoke
Pull lever to
and Key
key into
switch
""--_
lock.
J/_:_:_
_
indexes
b.
Insert finger under
out, to turn switch
end
on.
of switch
lever and pull
end
c.
Push lever in to turn
d.
WARNING:
THIS
LOCKING
FEATURE
IS
PROVIDED
TO PREVENT
UNAUTHORIZED
USE OF YOUR
SAW. ALWAYS
REMOVE
THE
KEY
AND
KEEP
IT IN A SAFE
PLACE.
TO
automatically
index at 0 ° and 45 ° Left or Right.
After
positioning
arm to the desired miter angle,
push arm control
lever to locked position.
LOCK
f-\
3.
4.
Yoke
Pivot
UNLOCK
I'"l
INDEX
RELEASE
j--_
Two controls
are used in this operation.
They are:
the swivel
latch*pin
lever and the yoke
clamp
handle.
b.
A swivel latch lever automatically
indexes the yoke
at each 90 ° position.
Pull the spring-loaded
swivel
latch-lever
forward
to release this pin.
c.
The yoke
clamp
handle
locks the yoke
to the
carriage in any position.
Putt the handle forward
to
release the yoke; push the handle rearward to secure
the yoke.
Lock
a.
The carnage lock knob is rotated clockwise
to lock
the carriage on the radial arm, and counterclockwise
to release it.
b.
When
carriage
performing
lock
crosscutting
knob
must
REMOVE
KEY,
HOLD
THUMB
ON
END OF
LEVER
TO KEEP SWITCH
IN "OFF"
POSITION
AND PULL KEY STRAIGHT
OUT.
operations
the
be
rotated
counterclockwise
until the carriage is free to travel
along the arm. This knob should be tightened
until
the operator
is ready to grasp the beveI index
handle and make a cut.
5.
Blade Angle
a.
The two
indexing
off.
(Ripping)
a.
Carriage
switch
(Bevel)
controls
of the
used in angular positioning
and
motor,
to provide
the desired
21
WARNING:
FOR YOUR
OWN SAFETY
ALWAYS
LOCK THE SWITCH
"OFF"
WHEN SAW IS NOT
IN USE. REMOVE
KEY AND KEEP IT IN A SAFE
PLACE
. . . ALSO IN THE EVENT
OF A POWER
FAILURE
(ALL
YOUR
LIGHTS
GO OUT) TURN
SWITCH OFF. LOCK IT AND REMOVE
THE KEY
THIS
WILL
PREVENT
THE
SAW
FROM
STARTING
UP AGAIN
WHEN
THE
POWER
COMES BACK ON.
7.
Accessory
Use only
Drill
Spreader
-to
the following
Sanding
recommended
drum,
CAUTION:
The sawblade,
dado, or
be removed
from
the saw arbor
accessory shaft. NEVER
operate
the
tools (including
sanding accessories)
ends of the saw arbor,
adapter.
m
on
sawblade
and
"Wrong-way
feed" occurs when the teeth themselves
cut, or attempt
to cut, a kerf in the workpiece.
This
differs from a "'kickback"
which is generated
by the
sides (one or both) of the teeth, because of binding
between
the fence (heel), pinching of the sides of the
sawbtade (failure
to use spreader), and!or inadequate
set of teeth of sawblade.
cutting tool must
before
using the
saw with cutting
installed
on both
POSITIONING
GUARD,
ANTIKICKBACK
SPREADER
ASSEMBLY,
FOR RIPPING
closing
extremely
hazardous
because the sawblade may grab
the workpiece
and throw it violently
toward the nose
of the guard (infeed side of the tool). Danger label on
guard.
accessories:
and Router
from
to prevent
"wrong-way
feed".
"Wrong-way
feed" is
feeding
the workpiece
-- when sawblade
is in a rip
position
- into the outfeed
side of the cutting tool
(sawblade,
dado,
molding
head,
etc.),
the
side
containing
the antikickbackispreader.
This can be
Shaft
chuck,
prevent
kerf
possible kickback;
AND
- to act as a partial
WARNING:
NEVER
POSITION
THE GUARD
OR
ANTIKICKBACK
ASSEMBLY
WITH THE POWER
ON.
NEVER
POSITION
THE ANTIKICKBACK
PAWLS
BY
GRASPING
THE
PAWLS
OR
SPREADER.
regarding
accidental
contact
with the sawblade at the outfeed
and leading edge when crosscutting.
guard
side when
ripping,
a. The blade guard is positioned
by loosening
the
guard clamp screw and rotating
the guard so that
the "nose"
just clears the workpiece
as shown.
b.The antikickbaek
and spreader assembly
adjusted
to accommodate
the thickness
board
being ripped.
secures the assembly.
A wing
screw
in
must be
of the
the
guard
SPREADER
ANTIKICKBACK
NOSE
I NFEED
PAWL
OF
DIRECTION
FEED
GUARD
DIRECTION
OF
II
1.
The blade guard is positioned
by
clamp screw and rotating
the guard
clears the workpieee
as shown.
DIRECTION
KICKBACK
loosening
the guard
so that the nose just
This is necessary:
ANTIKICKBACK
- to protect
operator
from accidentally
contacting
sawblade radially
from the tnfeed direction.
--to
hold
down
the workpiece
minimizing
lifting
or fluttering
and/or light workpieces);
- to minimize
sawdust
thrown
These adjustments
3.
the operator.
a thin pusher board
with loss of control
The antikickback
and spreader assembly
ripping
operations
and is adjustable
to
the thickness
of the board being ripped
in the guard secures the assembly.
POSITION
Loosen
the wing
screw
and with
the tab provided,
position
the antikickback
and spreader assembly until
the pawl assumes approximately
the position
shown
above. Tighten the wing screw.
(Make sure by trial
before starting
the cut that the
antikickback
pawls will stop a kickback
once it has
started).
Insert
workpiece
alongside
spreader
under
outer
set of pawls by approaching
pawls in the feed
direction.
Push workpiece
sharply in the direction
of a
kickback
(opposite
to direction
of feed).
Readjust
Pawls if they do not stop the kickback
motion
by biting
into the workpiece.
is used during
accommodate
A wing screw
are necessary:
Antikickback
- to stop a kickback
PAWL
the
against the table
-(particularly
thin
toward
-to
minimize
the possibility
of
riding up on top of the workpiece
of workpiece.
2.
OF
if generated.
22
HA VE YOU FOLLO WED ALL SIX STEPS OF
THE ALIGNMENT
PROCEDURE?
IF YOU
HAVE NOT FOLLOWED
THEM IN THEIR
PROPER
SEQUENCE,
YOU
CANNOT
EXPECT A CCURA TE CUTTING
RESUL TS.
THIS EDGE OF BOARD
AGAINST FENCE FOR ALL CUTS
FENCE
/
In addition
to the proper alignment
of your saw, you must
also become familiar
with the following
practices
in order
to expect the best results.
1.
Edge of workpiece
must he as straight
square.
which
is placed against fence
as the long side of your f_aming
2.
Workpiece
must
on your saw.
table
board
3,
There
must be no sawdust
or other wood
between the fence and front tabte board.
chips
4.
There
must be no sawdust
or other wood
underneath
workpiece
or between
workpiece
fence.
chips
and
5.
Workpiece
must be held tightly
against fence , . .
this is especially
important
when making angle cuts
because the workpiece
has a tendency
to move.
6.
Always
Always
7.
When
IST
be as flat
use the correct
keep it sharp.
making
as the
Sawblade
front
for
the
Job
Turn workpiece
over end for end . . . keep
against fence when making successive cuts.
pieces
nqust be exactly
The two
lerrgth.
b.
The top and bottom
same length.
c.
Always
place the same edge of the workpiece
against, the fence . . . turn the workpiece
end
for end for the successive cuts and mark a pencil
line on the table for gauging the required length.
the same
the
basic saw operations
Basic saw operations
are summarized
into six categories,
explained
and illustrated
in the following
paragraphs.
A
book
entitled
"Power
Tool Know
How Radial Saw'" is
Sears Retail
considerable
Store or Catalog
data applicable
to
NOTE:
Refer to paragraphs
under
"OPERATION"
illustrations
and descriptions
of controls.
'1
PENCIL LINE FOR
GAUGING
REQUIRED LENGTH
Deviations
from
any of the above practices will
effect on the accuracy of the cuts that you make.
available
at your
nearest
Store. This book contains
the radial saw.
edge
...
a.
p_eces must be exactly
same
/
a fou_ sided frame:
side
>" 1
CUT
for
23
have an
basic saw operations
REQUIREMENTS
Board
laying
FOR CROSSCUT
position
(stationary)
flat on table top.
against
(OPERATIONS
rip
fence
1 THROUGH
(guide)
and
4)
1.
Arbor
nut must be tight
in horizontal
position.
2.
Arm
3.
Adjust the antikickback
assembly so the pawls just clear
the workpiece
or the fence, whichever
is higher.
4.
Work
control
must
lever must
and saw blade
be in locked
be held firmly
against
guard
installed
position.
table
and fence.
For
workoieces
thicker
than the fence
is high,
install a
higher
fence
(at least workpiece
thickness).
Always
place the fence in the most forward
position
(farthest
from
the
column
support)
compatible
with
the
workpiece
being processed
and the operation
being
performed.
With the carriage fully
retracted,
the blade
must not contact
the workpiece
when placed against
the fence, within
the stated capacities
of your saw.
5.
Blade should
6.
Hands must
be kept well
away from
7.
Yoke
handle
be in locked
8.
Bevel index
9.
Blade should
cut into
more than 1/32 inch.
clamp
be sharp
and correctly
must
set.
saw blade.
PROPER
(SEE ITEM "10"
AT
position.
LEFT)
lever must be locked.
the
table
or plywood
cover
not
10. Pull the saw forward
just
far enough
to sever the
lumber.
It is dangerous
if the blade has been pulled too
far out beyond the piece being cut. When it is returned
it can pick up the right hand piece and throw it over the
fence.
11. For operations
No.
instructions
under
"Blade
3 and No. 4, observe
paragraph
"Operating
additional
Controls"
Angle".
OPERATION
No. 1 -- CROSSCUT
Crosscutting
is the process of sawing the workpiece
by
pulling
the saw blade through
it and using the fence as a
support
for the edge of the workpiece.
Never crosscut
free-hand.
WARNING:
BEFORE
CROSSCUTTING,
MAKE
SURE
THE
ARM
CONTROL
LEVER,
BEVEL
LOCK
LEVER
AND YOKE
CLAMP
ARE ALL LOCKED.
NEVER
USE A
LENGTH
STOP OR A FIXED
GUIDE
ON THE
FREE
END OR EDGE OF A WORKPIECE.
DO NOT CROSSCUT
WORKPIECES
THAT
PLACE
YOUR
HANDS
CLOSE TO
THE
PATH
OF THE
SAW
BLADE.
WHEN
MORE
EXPERIENCE
IS GAINED
BY USING
THE
SAW,
IT
WILL
BE NOTICED,
THAT
WHEN PULLING
THE SAW
TOWARD
YOU DURING
CROSSCUTTING,
THE BLADE
TENDS
TO FEED ITSELF
THROUGH
THE WORK DUE
TO
THE
ROTATION
OF THE
BLADE
AND
THE
DIRECTION
OF
THE
SHOULD
DEVELOP
THE
RIGHT
ARM STRAIGHT
THE WRIST.
FEED.
HABIT
FROM
IMPROPER
(SEE ITEM "10"
AT
REPETITIVE
THEREFORE,
YOU
OF HOLDING
YOUR
THE SHOULDER
TO
LEFT)
CROSSCUTTING
Clamp a "C" clamp (rain. 6 inch) using a wood block on
each side of the arm. This will
limit
the carriage
travel
beyond
the position
necessary to complete
the crosscut
operation.
24
basic saw operations
OPERATION
Miter crosscutting
angle other than
a popular
one,
assembled
to
No. 2 -
MITER
CROSSCUT
is the process of sawing a board at any
a 90 ° (square) cut. The 45 ° miter angle is
since two
boards
cut
to 45 ° can be
form
a 90 ° corner
for
producing
a square or
rectangular
frame. The radial arm is set to the desired angle
of cut; yoke and bevel settings indexed at 0 ° (and locked)
as in square crosscutting.
The board being cut is held firmly
against the fence (guide) and the carriage
pulled forward
along the radial arm to perform
the desired cut. As in
"Operation
No. 1", the carriage should be returned
to full
rear position
and the saw blade allowed
to come to a
complete
stop
before
OPERATION
removing
the boards
No. 3 - BEVEL
from
saw table.
CROSSCUT
Bevel crosscutting
is the process of sawing at 90 ° (square)
across the board with
the saw blade set at an angle other
than 90 ° to the saw table. The radial arm and yoke are
indexed
at 0 ° and locked, but the bevel is set to the desired
angle of cut. The board is held firmly against the fence and
the carriage pulled forward
along the radial arm to produce
the cut. The carriage should be returned
to full rearward
position
and the saw blade allowed to come to a complete
stop before removing
the boards from saw table.
OPERATION
No. 4 - COMPOUND
CROSSCUT
Compound
crosscutting
is the combination
of miter and
bevel crosscuts. The radia: arm and bevel are setto produce
the desired cut; the yoke is indexed at 0 ° and locked. The
board
is held firmly
against the fence and the carriage
pulled
forward
along the radial arm to produce
the cut.
Again,
the carriage
should
be returned
to full rearward
position
and the saw blade allowed to come
stop before removing
boards from saw table.
to a complete
25
REQUIREMENTS
WHEN RIPPING
(OPERATIONS
lock
knob
5 AND
6)
1.
Carriage
2.
Radial
must be locked.
3.
Work must be held
feeding through.
4.
Guard spreader and antikickback
(AKB) assembly must
be
properly
set. OBSERVE
INSTRUCTIONS
IN
PARAGRAPH,
"POSITIONING
GUARD,
AND
ANTIKtCKBACK
AND SPREADER
ASSEMBLY
FOR
RIPPING"
UNDER
"LOCATION
AND
FUNCTION
OF CONTROLS".
5.
Blade
6.
When ripping
narrow stock, less than 6 inches but more
than 1/4 inch between the guard and the fence (guide),
use a "Push Stick"
at least 1/4" thick and at least 16'"
arm must be locked
should
firmly
in 0 ° position.
against
table
be sharp and correctly
and fence while
set.
long so the workpiece
is clear of the blade before
hand contacts
the guard.
SLIGHTLY
THICKNESS
UP
SL!GH[LY
LESS
OF
TO
your
THAN
WORKPIECE
3/'8"
LESS
(I-INCH
PLYWOOD
THA N%/
7.
SQUA£ES)
When ripping
stock 1/4 inch or less between
the blade
and fence (guide) use a Pusher Board.
Pusher board should not be less than 4 inches wide and
16 inches long. Nail or glue a 3/4 x 3/4 x 4 inch block
to one edge of pusher board to be used as a grip.
The pusher
board should be fed into the blade behind
the stock being ripped until the stock is clear of the rear
of the blade (not more than 8 inches so as not to strike
antikickback
pawls) and then pulled back with use of
the grip.
8.
Hands
9.
Saw blade
MUST
be
possibility
of kickbacks.
must be kept well away from
10. For every new
must be used.
width
parallel
to
of cut, a new
saw blade.
fence,
to
minimize
PUSHER
BOARD
11. The pusher
board should be the same thickness
as the
workpiece.
No thinner
for strength,
or no thicker since
the nose of the guard
must clear the top of the
workpiece
with minimum
clearance.
I/4"
OPERATION
No. 5 -- OUT-RIPPING
AND IN-RIPPING
OR LESS
WARNING:
NEVER
RIP
FREE-HAND.
BEFORE
RIPPING,
MAKE
SURE
THE
GUARD,
AND
ANTI KICKBACK
AND SPREADER
ASSEMBLY
ARE
Ripping
is the process of sawing the workpiece
by
feeding it into the saw blade when using the fence as a
guide and as a positioning
device to obtain the desired
width of cut. The sawblade is parallel to the fence.
SET UP PROPERLY.
BLADE
IS PARALLEL
RIP
WORKPIECES
BLADE
DIAMETER.
26
ALSO, MAKE SURE THE SAW
WITH THE FENCE.
NEVER
SHORTER
THAN
THE
SAW
Since the work is pushed along the fence, it must have a
straight
edge in order to make sliding contact
with the
fence. Also, the work must make solid contact with the
table, so that it will not wobble.
Provide a straight edge,
even if this means temporarily
nailing
of an auxiliary
straight-edged
board to the work.
If the workpiece
is
warped, turn the hollow side down.
Always
use the saw guard and make sure the spreader is
correctly
aligned with
the saw kerf and antikickback
pawls properly
adjusted.
Wood cut with the grain tends
to spring the kerr closed and bind the blade and a
kickback
could occur.
Stand a little to one side of
in case of kickback.
4,
5.
center
to be clear of,work
When ripping short or narrow work, always use a push
stick applied to the section of the workpiece
between
the blade and fence . . . push the work past the blade so
it is clear of the blade. This procedure will minimize
the
possibility
of kickbacks.
In-Ripping.
The radial
arm and
bevel are indexed
at 0 ° and
Out-Ripping.
The radiai arm and bevel are indexed
at 0 °
and locked,
but
the yoke
is turned
90-degrees
in a
counterclockwise
direction
(viewed from above), from the
crosscut position.
When standing
in front of the saw, blade
would
be rotating
clockwise.
After
positioning
the guard
and antikickback
mechanism
the workpiece
is fed from the
left-hand
side of the saw. The"Blade
Out-Rip'"
scale is on
the left hand side of radial arm.
locked,
but the yoke is turned
90-degrees
in a clockwise
direction
(viewed
from above) from the crosscut
position.
Thus, when standing
in front of the saw, the blade would
be, rotating
counterclockwise.
After positioning
the guard
and antikickback
mechanism
the workplace
is fed from the
right-hand
side of the saw. The "Blade
In-Rip"
scale is on
the right-hand
side of radial arm.
OPERATION
No. 6 - BEVEL
RIPPING
Bevel ripping
is either in-ripping
or out-ripping
as described
above, except the saw blade is tilted out of perpendicular
to
the saw table surface. The radial arm is indexed at 0 ° and
locked, the bevel is set to the desired bevel angle and the
yoke
is positioned
for in-ripping
(saw
out-ripping
(saw
blade
at front),
requirements
and observations
applicable
operations
also apply to bevel ripping.
blade at rear) or
as required.
All
to normal ripping
MOLDING/SANDING
DADOING
Instructions
for operating
the Dado Head are contained
booklet furnished
with the Dado Head.
Instructions
in a booklet
in
dado
cut exceeds
13/16
inch.
When installing
the dado head on the arbor,
ALWAYS
install the inside "loose collar"
first.
Be sure the teeth of
the chippers
are placed to fall in blade gullets, and chippers
are approximately
equally spaced around the arbor.
DO
arbor
outer
NOT
install
the
outside
nut is tight.
Install the
blade of dado head.
!oose
arbor
collar.
nut
Make
directly
Head are contained
Head.
For use of Molding
Head Cutter or Drum Sander with saw
arbor vertical
the rear table requires
an opening
(next to
rear face of fence) for clearance. Cut this opening as shown.
The saw arbor is designed
for dado heads up to 13/16
inches wide. Do not install a wider dado head on the arbor.
Take several pas_es if required
for operating
the Molding
furnished
with the Molding
REAR TABLE -_'[
For
sure the
--_.[
h-,8- J2
--4
_3"
j 2-I/2"
1
1-
top-side
rabbeting
or molding
in the in-rip position,
relieve
the fence by positionh)g
the cutting
tool
at the
desired
location
on the arm, locking
the Carriage
Lock
Knob, and lowering
the cutting tool slowly into the fence remove
only
as much
material
from
the fence
as is
necessary.
against the
For best results and to avoid excessive load on the motor,
NEVER
CUT A 13/16"
WIDE
DADO,
DEEPER
THAN
3/4" IN ONE PASS.
NEVER
USE A DADO
HEAD OR MOLDING
HEAD WITH THE SAW ARBOR
VERTICAL
WITHOUT
INSTALLING
AND
ADJUSTING
A MOLDING
HEAD/DADO
GUARD.
FOR TOP-SIDE
DADOING
OR MOLDING,
INSTALL
AND ADJUST
THE SAWBLADE
GUARD
AND ANTIKICKBACK
ASSEMBLY
FOR RIPPING OR CROSSCUTTING
AS APPROPRIATE.
27
adjustments
ADJUSTING
The
BEVEL
purpose
angle.
To
shown
the
of
clamp
lock
lever
LOCK
this
adjust,
Use
n
to compensate
LEVER
lever
remove
the
bevel
bot.
Do
locked
for wear
is to
the
lock
Not
lock
lever
Over
position
the
set screw
motor
with
as a wrench
Tighten.
and
to
Replace
tighten
the
at any
wrench
as
tighten
bevel
CC(Pq ,,vELLocK
set screw.
NOTE:
The clamp bolt has a left handed thread. Therefore,
to increase the clamping
effect,
rotate the bevel lock lever
- when used as a ,wrench -- from right to left, or clockwise
when viewed
from above. If you accidentally
rotate it the
wrong way and disengage the bolt from the matching
steel
nut, it will be necessary to remove the Handle Trim, Yoke
Handle, and Bevel Scale, in order to reinstall the bolt in the
_j
hilt.
_%'BEVEL LOCK LEVER
_'-
YOKE
1.
LOCK
HANDLE
_
IN LOCKED POSITION
ADJUSTMENT.
This handle p ovides a friction
lock between
the upper
face of the yoke and the bottom
face of the carriage.
It should eliminate
any play or rotation
between
these
two parts when locked.
Its proper
position
for saw
operation
is approximately
midway
between
the two
sides of the yoke.
When sufficient
wear has occured to permit
the handle
to move con;iderably
to the rear, or strike the yoke
before locking,
the handle must be adjusted as follows:
2.
Remove carriage stop
inch hex L wrench.
3.
Grasp the carriage assembly,
move it carefully
off the
end of radial arm, holding
it parallel to the radial arm
until a!l carriage bearings are free of their tracks.
4.
Rest
table
the
and
screw
and Iockwasher
with
a 1/4
LOC
CARRIAGE
STOP
SCREW
motor
and carriage
assembly on saw work
re-install
carriage stop screw and Iockwasher.
To Readjust
!5/16
Set yoke lock handle at unlocked
position.
Tighten nut
with
15/16
wrench,
until
lock handle locks mid-way
between
the two sides of the yoke.
Remove carriage
stop screw and !ockwasher.
6.
Hold the motor and carriage assembly parallel to radial
arm
and start
the rear bearings
onto
the tracks.
Corrtinue
to hold
the assembly parallel
to the tracks
7.
Slide
the ear_age
rearward
INSTALL
THE
CARRIAGE
LOC KWASH E R.
until
the forward
bearings
are on the tracks.
on
the
STOP
radial
arm and
SCREW
AND
28
WRENCH
LEVER
adjustments
to compensate
for wear
3/8-16
ARM
TO COLUMN
With the arm control
lever unlocked
release position,
the arm should move
vertical play in the arm.
The arm should
adjust.
a.
Remove
tighten
fit snugly
on the column.
in index
with no
If not,
then
two (2) screws from rear cover plate and
evenly
top two 3/8-16
bolts,
until
arm
moves firmly
and there
movement
in the arm
locked or unlocked.
is no vertical or horizontal
when arm control
lever is
b.
Bottom
two nuts should be snugged
nearly as tight as top two bolts.
c.
Re-install
ADJUSTING
and
firmly
Rear Cover
CARRIAGE
evenly,
but not
Plate.
BEARINGS
in proper
adjustment
the top and bottom
radii of all four
bearings should be in contact with the arm tracks for their
entire length and carriage should roll freely but with some
resistance.
To test for looseness between
bearings
arm, perform
the following
steps.
left-hand
carriage
and tracks
on radial
1.
Remove
2.
Push the carriage
3.
Finger hold front
carriage bearing as shown and apply
as much force as possible and at the same time pull
carriage
forward.
If you can stop the bearing
from
turning
it will require adjusting.
4.
Check rear
follows:
to its full
bearing
in the
cover.
most rearward
same
to
manner
and
adjust
as
permit
the
eccentric
a
Loosen
nuts just
screws to turn.
b.
Rotate the eccentric
screws a partial
right) as required to take up looseness.
c.
Hold the heads of eccentric
screws in the position
established
in the preceding
step and tighten
nuts
on underside
of carriage. Correct adjustment
exists
when you cannot
keep the-bearings
from turning.
However,
excessive
bearing
pressure
will
cause
difficult
operation
and rapid wear.
d.
Install
carriage
enough
position.
(left
or
cover.
WASHER
ECCENTRIC
turn
I
ASSEM_,LY
SCREW
CARRIAGE
BEARING
PLAIN
WASHER
LOCKWASHER
NUT
29
BOLTS
ARM
LOCK
ADJUSTING
WHEEL
Arm control
lever operates
a brake shoe that
releases the arm, and automatically
releases the
pin for 0 ° & 45 ° miter settings.
The lock action should
amount
of effort
must
arm.
NOTE:
Lever
adjustment.
must
locks and
arm index
feel tight and secure. Considerable
be applied to the lever to lock the
be in unlocked
If adjustment
is required,
under
front
of the arm
clockwise
to loosen.
turn arm
clockwise
[I GH FEN
ARM
ADJUSTING
LOCK
WHEEL
3O
position
while
making
lock adjusting
wheel
to tighten,
counter-
trouble-shooting
F,.,s.cutENDSOUSE C0T
END
.OOARE
WARNING:
REMOVE
POWER
CORD
SOURCE
BEFORE
TROUBLE
SHOOTING.
FROM
POWER
NOTE: Changing one adjustment
will effect another,
best. to perform
all of the alignment
procedures
correcting
any one problem.
The usual
paragraphs
operating
"troubles"
are !isled in the
with the necessary corrections
listed.
RADIAL
SAW DOES NOT
45 ° MITER CROSSCUTS.
a,
Looseness
between
MAKE
so it is
when
following
ACCURATE
column
tube
:1
0 °or
and
column
Procedure
Section
support.
FENCE EDGE
Align as described
Step Two.
b,
in Alignment
FINISH
Crosscut travel not properly
Refer
Section
c.
to Step
Squaring
Column
Three
in Alignment
Crosscut Travel.
LOOKS
in Alignment
Arm Not Indexing
Refer
to
Adjustments
Carriage
Properly.
Arm
Index
to Compensate
Assembly
Looseness
Rod
Adjustment
for Wear section.
in
,',":''",.'i'/.i'.
Itlll
Ilrlllr
rjf
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]
Ill
SAW
a.
CUTS
Blade
ANGLE
Step
not square to work
BLADE
ANGLE
a.
Corrective
B above.
b.
Carriage Bearings
Action
a.
This conditioo
Crosscutting
h.
in
THIS--
45 ° MITER.
between
Work
Work
Piece and Fence.
Table
Clean.
Fence Not Straight.
Fence.
TOP.
Procedure
table top.
CUTS
Procedure
NOT
Section.
ACCURATE.
is the same as paragraph
BOARD
SQUARE
2A and
L
Loose,
is commonly
or Miter
Rip
Replace
Bevel Lock Handle
C.
in adjustments
called
Refer
to
Adjustment
to
SAW KERF (CUT EDGE) OF STOCK ROUGH
TOOTH MARKS LEFT ON EDGE OF SAW KERF.
NOTE:
]
leveled.
Alignment
in Alignment
(BEVEL)
Assembly.
90 ° TO TABLE
under
Sawdust
Keep Front
Handle"
adjustment
for Wear Section,
Refer to adjusting carriage bearing
compensate
for wear section.
4.
g.
and Carriage
-- NOT
One
Refer to Step Four
3.
1
in adjustment
Table support channels not properly
Refer
to
Section.
b.
Yoke
"Yoke
Lock
to Compensate
AT
Iii
Loose on Arm.
between
Refer
to
adjustment
2.
-- 0 ° CROSSCUT
Procedure.
Refer to Carriage Bearing Adjustment
to Compensate
for Wear Sections,
f.
THIS
Procedure
OR LIKE
e.
LIKE
is Loose in Support.
Refer to Step Two
d.
CUT
adjusted,
Loose.
Adjustment
to Compensate
Bevel
Lock
Handle
for Wear Section,
',
-ROUGH
CUt_
KERF
EDGE
"HEEL".
FENCE
(KERF)
Cutting
"Heeling"
will tend to slide the workpiece along the
guide fence, as the cut is being made, and make a
square cut almost impossible.
Refer to step 5 under Alignment
- "Squaring
Blade to Fence."
b.
Bevel Crosscutting
Section
Or Bevel Ripping.
Refer to Step 5 Under Alignment
Vertical Heel Adjusting.
Using Improper
Procedure
Procedure
Section
_--"
Blade for Finish Cut Desired.
Use Proper Smooth
Cutting
__
Blade.
31
--_
_
DIRECTION
ATTEMPTED
BLADE TRAVEL
DIRECTION
BLADE
OF
TRAVEL
_
......
in
trouble-shooting
5.
WOOD
DOWN
a.
BINDS,
OR STOPS
Dull blade or warped
Sharpen
attempted
b.
MOTOR
board.
or
replace
the saw
use of severly warped
blade.
Avoid
material.
Feed
e.
Saw blade heels.
in
Replace
fence.
Carriage
Assembly
BOARD
RIPPING.
a.
PULLS
Loose on Arm.
8.
explained
FENCE
WHEN
STRIKES
is
the
same
in paragraph
SPREADER
as
preceding
c.
WHEN
RIPPING.
Adjust
spreader per instructions
in Step Six under
"Alignment
of Spreader for Ripping".
SAW
DOES
TRACKS.
a.
FROM
has heel.
action
WORKPIECE
a.
AWAY
in adjustments
FENCE
Saw Blade
Corrective
instructions
7.
Alignment
Fence not straight.
Refer to adjusting
carriage bearings
to compensate
for wear section.
6.
the
Rate.
Check
and
align
as described
Procedure
Section,
Step Five.
d.
SLOWS
Feed rate too fast.
Slow
c.
SMOKES
AND
WHEN RIPPING.
Dirty
NOT
TRAVEL
SMOOTHLY
ON
ARM
PARALLEL
WITH
FENCE
tracks.
Clean Tracks.
b.
Bad Bearing.
Replace
c.
Worn
11. DEPTH
WORK
Tracks
Replace
9.
CORRECT
Bearing.
Tracks
CLAMPING
FORCE
NOT SUFFICIENT
ANGLES
OTHER
THAN 45 ° .
a.
Arm
Control
Refer to Arm
to Compensate
AT
Lever requires Adjustment.
Lock Adjusting
Wheel
for Wear Section.
Bevel Lock Lever Requires
Refer
to
Adjustments
Adjusting
to Compensate
12. BLADE
FAST.
in Adjustments
AT
BEVEL
Lock
TENDS
not parallel
END
OF
with Arm.
Lever
in
32
THRU
LUMBER
Dull Blade.
b.
Not advancing Saw Blade properly.
Draw
Saw Blade across lumber with
steady
for Wear Section.
TO ADVANCE
a.
Replace
adjusting.
Bevel
Table Top
ONE
Refer to Attaching
and Leveling table Mtg. Support
Channels in Step One Align. Section.
10. CLAMPING
FORCE
NOT SUFFICIENT
ANGLES
OTHER
THAN 45 ° .
a.
a.
MITER
OF CUT
VARIES
FROM
PIECE TO THE OTHER.
or sharpen
pull.
TOO
blade.
a slow
and
MOTOR
TROUBLE
- SHOOTING
CHART
NOTE:
Motors used on wood-working
tools are particularly
susceptible
to the accumulation
of sawdust and wood chips
and should
be blown
out or "vacuumed"
frequently
to
prevent interference with normal motor ventilation.
TROUBLE
Motor
PROBABLE
will not run.
1. Protector
broken,
CAUSE
SUGGESTED
c!rcuit
1. Reset protector
by pushing on red button,
located on top of motor (indicated
by
audible click).
open,
2. Low voltage.
Motor will not run and
fuses "BLOW".
2. Check
1. Short circuit
in line,
cord or p{ug,
2. Short circuit in motor
loose connections.
3. Incorrect
Motor fails to develop
full power. (Power output
of motor decreases rapidly
with decrease in voltage at
motor terminals.
For
example:
a reduction
of
10% in voltage causes a
reduction
of 19% in
maximum
power output
of which the motor is
capable, while a reduction
of 20% in voltage causes
a reduction of 36% in
m ax imum
Motor
power
ou tpu t.)
overheats.
Power
1.
or
fuses in power
line overloaded
with
line for proper
3 Install
1. Reduce
all terminals
in motor for loose or
terminals
or worn insulation
on wires.
correct
fuses.
the line load.
lights, appliances and other
moto rs.
Undersize
wires or circuit
2. Increase
wire
3. General overloading
of
power company's
facilities.
(In many sections of the
country,
demand for
electrical
power exceeds
the capacity of existing
generating
and distribution
systems.)
3. Request
a voltage
1. Excessive
1. Slow down
2.
sizes, or reduce
length
2. Improper
circulation
through
sawdust,
feed rate when
check
from
the power
rate of feed.
2. Clean out
circulation
cooling.
(Air
restricted
motor
etc.)
sawdust to provide
through
motor.
normal
air
due to
3. Refer to Alignment
manual Step F ire.
Procedure
Motor starts slowly or
fails to come up to full
speed.
1. Low Voltage - will not trip
starting switch.
1. Correct
low voltage
condition.
Motor
blown
circuit
1. Voltage too low to permit
motor to reach operating
speed.
1. Correct
the low line voltage
2. Fuses or circuit
breakers
do not have sufficient
2. Re£1ace fuses or circuit
proper capacity
units.
Section
condition.
breakers
capacity.
1. Motor
company.
or ripping.
3. Saw blade has "heel".
Frequent opening of
fuses or circuit breakers.
of wiring.
too long.
crosscutting
stalls (resulting
in
fuses or tripped
breakers).
voltage.
Inspect line, cord and plug for damaged
insulation
and shorted wires.
2. Inspect
shorted
line.
power
REMEDY
overloaded.
2. Fuses or circuit
breakers
do not have sufficient
capacity.
33
1. Reduce
motor
load.
2. Replace
fuses or circuit
breakers.
with
of
maintenance
and lubrication
MAINTENANCE
NO LUBRICATION
Do not lubricate
carriage ball bearings or motor
these
are sealed
ball
bearings
and require
lubrication.
WARNING:
FOR YOUR
OWN SAFETY,
TURN
SWITCH
"OFF"
AND
REMOVE
PLUG
FROM POWER
SOURCE
OUTLET
BEFORE
MAINTAINING
OR LUBRICATING
YOUR SAW.
When
you
receive
your
new
Craftsman
radial
saw,
Do not
than
of the ANTIKICKBACK
if not sharp.
pawls
are
bearings
or races.
A light
column
film
tube
and column
available
at the
time
this
support.
shaft
assembly
can be
in the center of the radial
location
will
attract
accessories
CAT.NO.
9-22221
9-22205
9-22238
or 9-22222
Drill Chuck & Key
.........................
*Molding
Head Guard - 7-inch
...............
*Molding
Head Guard - 8-inch
...............
Rotary Surface Planer - Carbide Tip
..........
9-2980
9-29524
9-29523
9-29513
Sanding Wheel -- 8-inch
.....................
Sanding Wheel - lO-inch
...................
Dust Collector
...........................
Taper Jig .................................
*Satin Cut Dado - 7-inch
.....................
*Satin Cut Dado - 8-inch
.....................
9-2274
9-22723
9-16997
9-3233
9-3257
9-3253
*Molding
Head Single Cutter
.....
-.............
*Molding
Head Three Cutter
..................
Sanding Drum - 3-inch
....................
• Lower Retractable
Guard
...................
"Power Tool Know How Handbook'"
Radial Saw ..............................
9-3215
9-3221
9-25246
9-29009
accessories
manual
POINTS
I
• Meets OSHA
*Before
purchasing
or using any of these accessories, read
and comply
with additional
safety instructions
No. "(D)2'"
on p. 5 of this manual.
recommended
THESE
CAUTION:
Excessive oil at any
airborne dust particles and sawdust.
Stand
..................................
Steel Legs ...............................
Casters
.......................
above
arm.
of oil should
be wiped
on the face of the
to lubricate
the fit between the column tube,
ITEM
The
arm cap and radial
LUBRICATE
The
thread
on the
elevation
lubricated
through
the oit hole
arm cap.
Your saw is precision
built and should be kept clean and
properly
lubricated.
Before describing
the various points
which
may periodically
require
lubrication,
IT IS MORE
IMPORTANT
TO
FIRST
MENTION
THE
VARIOUS
POINTS WHICH SHOULD
NOT BE LUBRICATED.
recommended
radial
Use SAE No. 10W-30 automotive
engine oil and refer to
Parts List for locations.
Apply a few drops of oil along the
swivel latch pin and bevel index pin only if the pin has a
tendency
to stick. Remove the left-hand
carriage cover and
use oil sparingly
to prevent
it from
getting
on the ball
LUBRICATION
I
between
PERIODICALLY
a lubrication.
Make sure the teeth
always sharp. Replace
lubricate
bearings as
no added
it
requires
no lubrication.
The radial saw has been partially
aligned and all bearings are lubricated
and sealed for life. In
time,
however,
m order
to keep your
saw in perfect
working
order and accurate, it will be necessary to lubricate
and realign.
In fact, your
radial saw needs more of a
cleaning
REQUIRED
was
are
current
and
9-2917
Requirements
as of 8-73.
NOTE:
This lower retractable
guard is designed to provide
additional
protection
to the operator
in an axial direction
to the
sawblade
(perpendicular
to the
plane
of the
sawblade):
(a) When NOT in the cut (guards in full down
(touching
the table) and carriage
in full rear
behind fence):
were
printed.
(b) When saw is set up to perform
(sawblade
90 ° to table surface
position).
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position
position
90 ° crosscut operations
and arm in 90 ° crosscut
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
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39
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36
4
45
32
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
IO-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
Always order by Part Number - Not by Key Number.
FIGURE
Key
No.
2
Part
No,
No.
Key
Description
h
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
2O
21
22
23
24
25
63518
37818
60339
60353
63625
63669
STD 601103
63670
63668
63686
STD541037
436594
STD 551010
63671
STD541110
STD 551131
9421620
STD 512520
63675
63429
63432
63674
102711
Cord, with Plug
Relief, Strain
Screw, Hex Hd. Locking,
3/8-16
High Strength
Washer, .380 x 47/64 x 1/8
Arm, Rear
Scale, Miter
"Screw, Type T Pan Hd. 10-32
Indicator,
Miter
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
x 2-1/4
x 3/8
Trim Assembly
Pad, Arm Trim
Nut, Square 3/8-16
*Screw, Pan Hd. 10-32
*Washer, 13/64 x 7/16
x 1-1/2
x 1/16
Knob, Lever Arm
*Nut, Hex 10/32
Arm Assembly,
See Fig. 5
* Lockwasher,
5/16
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
-
Screw, Soc. Hd. Cap 5/16-18 × 1/2
Yoke Assembly,
See Fig. 3
"Screw, Pan Hd. 1/4-20 x 1-3/4
Table, Rear
Table, Spacer
Fence, Rip
Table, Front
Screw, Set SI. Cup 1/4-20
x 1
No.
Part
I
STD 551025
STD 512510
37384
37530
STD 551125
STD 541025
STD 541431
STID 551031
63536
STD 541437
63666
63467
6O342
63258
30505
63683
63682
63062
3540
63794
63795
63796
63871
L--
*Standard
Hardware
Item -
May be Purchased
Locally.
Description
,,ul
*Washer, 17/64 x 5/8 x 1/32
"Screw, Pan Hd. 1/4-20 x 1
Nut, Tee
Nut, "U" Clip
* Loekwasher,
1/4
*Nut, Hex 1/4-20
*Nut, Lock 5/16-18
*Washer,
Clamp,
21/64
Table
x 9/16
× 1/16
Base Assembly,
See Fig, 4
*Nut, Lock 3/8-16
Plate, Rear Cover
Cap, Flag Terminal
Bolt, Sq. Hd. 3/8-16 x 2-1/4
High Strength
Guard Assembly,
See Fig. 6
Elbow, Dust
*Wrench,
Hex "L" 1/8
Wrench, Hex "L" 3/16
Wrench, Hex "L" 1/4
Wrench,
Wrench,
Shaft
Arbor
Bag, Loose Parts (Not Illustrated)
Bag, Loose Parts (Not Illustrated)
Bag, Loose Parts (Not Illustrated)
Owners Manual (Not Illustrated)
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
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35
42
43
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47
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eAny attempl: to repair this motor may create a HAZARD
unless repair is done by a qualified service technician.
Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Store.
49
48
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
FIGURE
3 - YOKE ASSEMBLY
Part
No,
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
STD 601105
63661
63786
STD 510605
120399
63657
63655
63658
63656
STD 551031
114605
I STD 523107
63778
60336
63777
60040
STD 541462
STD 551062
30567
63779
63528
30521
63659
63660
30530
63641
STD 541231
30495
62498
60175
I STD 541411
*Standard
Key
No.
Description
*Screw, Type "T" Pan Hal. 10-32
Cover, L. H. Carriage
Indicator,
Rip
*Screw, Pan Hd. 6-32 x 1/2
Nut, Square 5/16-18
Housing, Index Pin
Pin Assembly,
Index
Spring, index
Bracket, Sprinq
"Washer, 21/64 x 3/4 x 1/16
*Lockwasher,
5/16, Ext. Tooth
*Screw, Hex Hd. 5/16-18 x 3/4
Screw, Eccentric
Bolt, Hex Hd. 5/16-18 x 1-1/2
Bearing, Carriage
Washer, 5/16 x 3/4 x .062
*Nut, Lock 5/8-11
*Washer, .630 x 1.125 x .093
Bumper
x I/2
High Strength
Bearing, Sleeve
Shoe, Rip Lock
Spring, Swivel Latch
Cover, R. H. Carriage
Knob Assembly
Nut, Speed
Carriage
*Nut, Hex Jam 5/16-18
Item
- May be Purchased
45
46
47
48
49
5O
51
52
53
,
i
Nut, Shaft
Collar
tBlade, Saw
*Nut, Lock 3/8-16
Hardware
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Locally.
tStock
Item - May be secured through the hargware
departments
of most Sears Retair Stores or Catalog
Order Houses.
Part
No.
STD 551037
63652
63651
63469
63642
63648
63643
63644
60333
63645
63620
60337
STD 600803
63662
63653
63654
60338
9421628
STD 551131
9421627
63650
63649
60335
63647
STD 551210
60334
STD 523120
63646
63787
63782
Description
*Washer, .380 x 47/64
Cam, Motor
Stud, Motor
Bushing, Rubber
Yoke
Knob Assembly,
x 1/16
Bevel
Index
Stud, Yoke Clamp
Handle, Yoke Lock
Nut, Square L. H. 5/16-18
Pin, Index
Scale, Bevel
Screw, Type
T Pan Hd. 10-32 x 7/8
Screw, Type
T Pan Hd. 8/32x5i16
Indicator,
Bevel
Handle, Yoke
Trim, Handle
*Screw, Type "T" Pan Hd. 10-32 x 1-1/8
Screw, Soc. Cap 5/16 18 x 2
* Lockwasher,
5/16
Screw, Soc. Cap 5/16-18 x 115/8
Plate, Retainer
Ring, Index
Screw, Hex Hd. L. H. 5/16-18 x 2
Lever, Bevel Lock
*Lockwasher,
Ext. Tooth No. 10
Screw, Hex Soc. Button
*Screw, Hex Hd. 5/16-18
Cap, Yoke
• Motor
Washer Asm.,
Carriage
Hd. Cap 10-32
x 2
Bearing
• Any attempt
to repair this motor may create a HAZARD
unless repair is done by a qualified
service technician.
Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Store.
x 5/8
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113,197752
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47
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46
45
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
FIGURE
Key
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Part
No.
STD 503705
63623
60330
63611
63610
STD 572510
63612
9416187
STD 523110
60078
STD 541037
STD 551137
60340
STD 523712
186648
60329
60367
60336
63609
63613
63500
63614
60300
63615
STD 541450
4-
BASE ASSEMBLY
Key
No.
Description
*Screw, Soc. Set 3/8-16 x !/2
Latch, Arm
Ring, Retaining 3"
Tube Assembly
Gib, Column Tube
*Pin, Roll 1/4 x 1
Nut, Elevation
*Screw, Type "T" Hex Washer
5/16-18 x 3/4
Hd.
"Screw, Hex Hd, 5/16-18 x 1
"Screw, Hex Hd. 5/16 18 x 1/2
'Nut,
Hex 3/8-16
' Loekwasher,
3/8
"Washer, .380 x 7/8 x 1/8
*Screw, Hex Hd. 3/8-16 x 1-1/4
*Screw, Hex Hd, 5/16-18 x 1-7/8
Screw,
Locking
Set 1/4-20
x 3/8
8olt, Hex Hd. 5/16-18 x 1-7/8
Bolt, Hex Hd. 5/16-18 x 1-I/2
Support,
L. H.
Shaft Assembly,
Elevating
Washer, Thrust
Bearing
High Strength
High Strength
.502 x .927 x .031
Washer, 1/2 x 7/8 x .010
Gear, Bevel
*Nut, Lock 1/2-13
(as required)
*Standard
Hardware
Item
-
Part
No.
26
27
28
29
STD 580014
63619
STD 541031
STD 541431
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
STD 581037
63618
63617
STD 551050
STD 581050
63616
STD 541025
STD 551126
63622
63435
STD 551012
STD 522505
STD 502503
63434
63621
63673
STD 551031
STD 551131
STD 541031
109163
May be Purchased
Locally.
Description
*Key,
Woodruff
1/8 x 1/2
Support,
R. H.
*Nut, Hex 5/16-18
*Nut, Lock 5/16-18
Ring, Retaining
Gear, Pinion
Bearing,
Elevating
3/8
Shaft
*Washer, .515 x ,875 x .032
* Ring, Retaining
1/2
Shaft, Elevating Crank
* Nut, 1/4-20
* Lockwasher
1/4
Bracket, Bearing
Bushing
*Washer, 17/64 x 9/16 x 3/64
*Screw, Hex Hd. 1/4-20 x 1/2
*Screw, Soc. Set 1/4-20 x 3/8
Crank Assembly
Base Assembly
Channel, Table Mounting
*Washer, 11/32 x 7/8 x 1/16
* Lockwasher,
5/16
*Nut, Hex 5/16-18
*Bolt, Square Hd. 5/16-18 x 3/4
repair
parts
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
5
3
1
4
¢6
2
FIGURE
Key
No.
Part
No.
1
2
3
4
5
63626
63629
63631
63628
9420417
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
63627
63632
63630
63633
63773
60240
60332
63872
STD 551025
60208
63638
63637
5 - ARM ASSEMBLY
Description
Housing, Pin
Pin, Arm Index
Shoe, Arm Lock
Spring, Tension
*Screw, Type "T" Hex Washer
1/4-20 x 5/8
Guide
Rod, Index
Spring, Arm Lock
Rod Assembly,
Arm Lock
Insulation
+Nut, Push 1/4
Washer, 21/64 x 1 x 1/8
Assembly
*Washer, 17/64
*Nut, Push
Pin, Lever
Pin
Hd.
Lever,
x 5/8
*Standard
+If
x 1/32
Hardware
Item
this part is removed,
Key
No.
Part
No.
18
19
2O
63636
63667
STD 601103
21
22
23
STD 551210
63639
448337
24
25
26
63680
60256
STD 600803
27
28
29
30
31
63664
63663
63624
63640
60225
42
and replace
Pin, Clevis
Clamp, Cord
*Screw, Type "T" Pan Hd.
10-32 x 3/8
*Lockwasher,
Ext. Tooth N10
Track
Screw, Type "T" Rd. Hd.
10-32 x 5/8
Trim Front Arm
Key
*Screw, Type "T" Pan Hd.
8-32 x 5/16
Guard, Switch
Switch, Locking
(Includes
Arm, Radial
Bracket, Support
Grommet
May be Purchased
discard
Description
with
Locally.
a new Push Nut.
Key No.
24)
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10-INCH RADIAL SAW
MODEL NUMBER 113.197702 AND 113.197752
4
5
6
7
18
16
8
15
9
17
11
10
13
FIGURE
Key
No.
Part
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
63681
120399
63541
63540
STD 551010
STD 601103
7
8
9
60219
STD 541231
63271
6-
GUARD
Description
Guard
*Nut,
Square, 5/16-18
Bar, Antikickback
Guide, Antikickback
*Washer, 13/64 x 5/8 x 1/32
*Screw, Type "T" Pan Nd.
10-32 x 3/8
Screw, Wing 5/16-18 x 1/2
'*Nut,
Hex., 5/16-18
Pawl, Antikickback
*Standard
Hardware
Item
ASSEMBLY
Key
No.
Part
No.
10
11
12
13
STD 582043
63270
63269
63539
14
15
16
17
18
60435
STD 541008
STD 551108
63538
STD 510805
- May be Purchased
Description
*Ring. Retaining
7/16
Spreader
Bearing
Screw, Guard Clamp (Includes
Key No. 14)
Grip
*Nut, Hex, 8-32
*Lockwasher,
External
Tooth No. 8
Clamp, Guard
*Screw, Pan Hd., 8-32 x 1/2
Locally.
ISearsl
owners
manual
SERVICE
IO-INCH
Now
that
you
RADIAL SAW
have purchased
your
10-inch
radial
saw, should
a
need ever exist for repair parts or service, simply contact
any
Sears Service
Center and most Sears, Roebuck
and Co. stores.
Be sure to provide
arl pertinent
facts
when
you
call or visit.
MODEL NO.
113.197702
SAW ONLY
The model number of your 10-inch radial saw will be found on
a label attached to your saw, at the front of the base.
113.197752
SAW WITH
LEGS
HOW TO ORDER
REPAIR PARTS
WHEN ORDERING
REPAIR
FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:
PARTS,
ALWAYS
GIVE
PART NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
MODEL NUMBER
113.197702
113.197752
NAME OF ITEM
10-INCH RADIAL
THE
SAW
All parts listed
may be ordered
from
any Sears Service Center
and most Sears stores. If the parts you need are not stocked
Sold
Part No. 63871
by SEARS,
locally,
your
Repair
Parts
ROEBUCK
order
AND
Form
will
Distribution
CO.,
No. SP4567-1
be electronically
Center
for
Chicago,
transmitted
to a Sears
handling.
IL. 60684
Printed
U.S.A.
in U.S.A.
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