Craftsman 113.228160 Owner`s manual

ISears
MODEL NO.
113.228000
LATHE
ONLY
MODEL NO.
113.228160
LATHE
WiTH
MOTOR
Serial
Number.
CRI!IFTSMttN_
Modet and serial
number may be found
under belt guard.
You should record both
model and serial number
in a safe place for
future use.
12-INCH
WOOD-TURNING
CAUTIION:
Read
GENERAL
ADDITIONAL
LA THE
®assembly
e operating
and
SAFETY
• repair parts
iNSTRUCTIONS
carefully
Sold
Part
No. 70053
by
SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
CO.,
Chicago,
IL.
60684
U.S.A.
Prir_,_ed tr_ Li_.A
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
If Within one year from the date of purchase, this Craftsman
workmanship,
Sears will repair it. free of charge.
WARRANTY
SERVICE
IS AVAILABLE
SERVICE
CENTER
THROUGHOUT
THE
This warranty
gives you
manual and labels affixed
the tool.
Learn its application
and limitations
specific potential hazards peculiar to this toot.
4. REMOVE
Mount
THE LATHE
and n
ADJUSTING
DANGEROUS
proper
adjustment
and align-
15.
7. KEEP CHILDREN
Floor
17. AVOID
Make
in
18.
ENVIRONMENT
centers.
at at_ times.
CARE
safest performand changing
from
switches,
switch
STARTING
is in "OFF"
position
before
USE RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES
Consult this owner's manual
for recommended
plugging
accessories.
FoIIow the instructions that accompany the accessories.
The use of improper accessories may cause hazards.
19. NEVER STAND ON LATHE
Do not store materials
such
on the toot to reach them.
or by removing
and safer when
Check
parts,
for which
DAMAGED
further
is damaged
will operate
operated
TOOL
to do a job
that
it is necessary
to stand
starter
Before
or attachment
when changing accessories or attach-
ACCIDENTAL
sure
20. CHECK
better
LATHE
work area.
KID-PROOF
master
YOUR
Serious injury could occur if the Lathe tips over.
be kept a safe distance
The Lathe will do the job
at the proper speed.
it
11, WEAR PROPER APPAREL
Do not wear loose clothing,
gloves, neckties
or jewelry
_rings; wristwatches)
to get caught
in moving
parts.
NONSLIP
footwear
is recommended.
Wear protective
hair covering
to contain long
hair. Roll
long sleeves
above the elbow.
12. USE SAFETY
and balance
TOOLS WITH
16. DISCONNECT
must
9. USE PROPER SPEED
Don't force tool
was not designed.
footing
MAINTAIN
before servicing;
ments.
AWAY
8. MAKE WORKSHOP
10. USE RIGHT
between
Keep tools sharp and clean for best and
ance. Follow
instructions
for lubricating
accessories.
KEYS AND WRENCHES
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.
padlocks,
securely
OVERREACH
Keep proper
Cluttered
areas an_ benches invite accidents.
not be sl ippery due to wax or sawdust.
-- with
keys,
tools
IN PLACE
order,
should
state to state.
Chicago, IL 60684
workpiece
14. DON'T
5. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN
Alt visitors
OR
as well as its
Form habit
of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from toot before turning
it on.
6. AVOID
STORE
rights which vary from
Sears Tower,
to
This Lathe is equipped
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 is the grounding wire. Never connect the green wire
to a live terminal.
n working
ment.
SEARS
or
13. SECURE WORKPIECE
owner's
3. KEEP GUARDS
NEAREST
for power
instructions
1. KNOW YOUR LATHE
2. GROUND
fails due to a defect in material
THE
specific legal rights, and you may also have other
safety
Read and understand
Lathe
BY SIMPLY
CONTACTING
UNITED
STATES.
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Dept. 698/731A,
general
Wood
WOOD LATHE
GOGGLES (Head Protection)
Wear safety goggles (must comply wilh ANSI Z87.1) at alt
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 protectors
(plugs or muffs) during extended periods of operat on.
Lathe,
a guard or other
part that
should be carefully
checked to ensure that it
properly
and perform
its intended
function.
for alignment
of moving parts, binding,of
moving
breakage
of parts, mounting,
and any other con-
ditions
part
PARTS
use of the
that
that
may
affect
is damaged
its operation,
should
be
A guard
properly
or other
repaired
or
replaced.
21. DIRECTION
OF FEED
Apply cutting
tool
of spindle ro_ation
22. NEVER LEAVE
ATTENDED
Turn power "OFF".
complet_ stop.
to the workp[ece
LATHE
Don't
against
the direction
RUNNING
leave Lathe
until
it comes to a
additionam safety instructions for wood turning lathes
j.
Safety
is a combination
of operator common
sense and
alertness at all times when the Lathe is being used,
Never operate the Lathe with protective
cover
the unused shaft end of the motor removed,
on
WARNING:
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY,
DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE YOUR LATHE
UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED AND
INSTALLED
ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUC-
7.
Hang your turning tools on the wall toward
the tailstock end of the Lathe. Do not lay them on the bench
so that you must reach over the revolving workpiece
to select them,
TIONS...
AND UNTIL YOU HAVE
AND UNDERSTAND
THE FOLLOWING:
8.
Keep firm hold and control of the turning
tool at all
times. Special caution must be exercised when knots or
voids are exposed to the turning tool.
READ
PAGE
1. General
Safety
Instructions
2. Getting
to Know
Your
3. Basic Lathe Operation
4. Maintenance
5. The
Lathe
13
9.
down
FOR
muffs
extended
periods
your
hands.
c. Always revolve the workpiece by hand before turning on the motor.
If the workpiece
strikes the toot
rest, it could split and be thrown
out of the Lathe,
Do not allow the turning
tool to '*bite" into
workpiece
which could result
in splitting
of
workpiece
or the workpiece
being thrown
from
Lathe.
Always
position
the tool
rest above
centedine
of the Lathe for spindle turning.
Do
the
the
the
the
not
apply the turning
tool
level of the tool rest.
the
to the workpiece
below
Do not run the Lathe in the wrong direction.
This
could cause the turning
tool to be thrown
from
your hands. The Lathe must run in a direction
so
that the workpiece
turns toward you.
Before attaching
a workpiece
to the faceptate aft
ways "rough it out"
to as "true round"
as possible.
This will minimize vibration while turning,
Always
plate.
fasten
the
workpiece
securely
to the
Avoid
awkward
slip could cause
hand positions,
where
a sudden
a hand to move into the workpiece.
h.
Remove
between
all loose knots before installing
centers or on the faceplate.
i.
Never leave the Lathe work area with the power on
before the Lathe has come to a complete
stop, or
without
removing and storing the switch key.
YOUR
OWN
SAFETY:
10.
Think
tl,
Complete
hand
sanding
of
between-centers
or
faceplate
mounted
workpieees
BEFORE
removing
from the lathe. Do not exceed the speed used for the
Safety.
last cutting
accordance
12.
operation
performed
with the speed chart.
13.
on the workpiece,
in
NEVER
attempt
to remount
a faceplate
turning
to
the faceplate
for any reason.
NEVER
attempt
to
remount
a between-centers
turning
if the origina]
centers in the turning
have been altered or removed.
BE POS|TIVE
the lathe is set at the lowest speed if
remounting
non-altered
a between-centers
original centers.
Use extra
caution
in mounting
turning
with
a between-centers
or
spindle turning to the faceplate,
or a faceplate turning
to _)etween-centers,
for subsequent
operations.
BE
POSITtVE
the lathe is set at the lowest speed before
face-
Failure to perform these set-up operations could
cause the workpiece to be thrown from the Lathe,
on
3. BE POSITIVE ALL LOCKS ARE TIGHT BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE,
4. TURN
WORKPIECE
BY HAND
BEFORE
APPLYING POWER TO DETERMINE
IF IT
CLEARS THE TOOL REST OR OTHER MACHINE PARTS.
5, ROUGH OUT FACEPLATE
WORKPtECES
BEFORE INSTALLING
ON FACEPLATE TO
AVOID EXCESSIVE VIBRATION
AND POSSIBLE INJURY,
6, DO NOT MOUNT SPLIT
OR CHECKED
WORKPIECE OR ONE CONTAINING
KNOT.
7. ALWAYS
USE
LOWEST
SPEED WHEN
STARTING
A NEW WORKPIECE,
USING
FACEPLATE OR TURNING BETWEEN CENTERS, TO MINIMIZE
POTENTIAL
INJURY,
of
When turning between centers or on the faceplate,
always
rough-out
"out
of round"
workpieces
at
slow speed. Running
l_e Lathe too fast, so that it
vibrates,
could cause the workpiece
to be thrown
from the Lathe . .. or the turning tool to be jerked
from
appears
1. WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES PER ANSI Z87,1
AND
FACE SHIELD
IF OPERATION
IS
DUSTY=
2. DO NOT WEAR GLOVES, NECKTIES, OR
LOOSE CLOTHING_ TIE BACK LONG HAIR.
Face, Ears, Body
during
which
READ AND
UNDERSTAND
THE OWNER'S
MANUAL
BEFORE
OPERATING
MACHINE:
to a stand
Wear safety goggles that comply
with ANSI Z87.11968, and a face shield if operation is dusty. Wear
or
label
DANGER
19
must be bolted
Eyes, Hands,
Note the following
DANGER
the front of the belt guard.
t5
for stability.
ear plugs
operation.
b.
..............
...................
and motor
Protection:
a.
2
.........................
or workbench
6.
Lathe
..................
14.
turning
ON.
NEVER
mount
checks,
centers.
15.
or
a workpiece
loose
Do not perform
knots
to
that
contains
a faceplate
any operation
when
any splits,
or
hand holding
workpiece.
Do not mount
a reamer, milling
wire
wheel,
buffing
wheet,
or a drill
bit
workpiece
headstock
16.
Use the
Do not
between
the
cutter,
to the
spindle.
drill chuck
accessory
mount
ar_y drill that
inches beyond
chuck
jaws,
in the tai_ stock only.
extends
more than 6
additional
safety instructions for wood turning lathes
WARNING:
DO NOT ALLOW
FAMILIARITY
(GAINED
FROM FREQUENT
USE OF YOUR
MACHINE)
TO BECOME
COMMONPLACE.
ALWAYS
REMEMBER
THAT
A CARELESS
FRACTION OF A SECOND IS SUFFICIENT
TO
INFLICT SEVERE INJURY,
WEAR
WARNING_
THE FOUR STEP LATHE
AND
MOTOR
PULLEYS
FURNISHED
ARE
DESIGNED TO RUN THE LATHE AT THE CORRECT SPEEDS WHEN USED WITH A 1725
R.P.M. MOTOR. DO NOT USE A 3450 R.P.M.
MOTOR TO INCREASE THE SPEED BECAUSE
IT COULD BE DANGEROUS.
YOUR
The operation
of anv power
tool can result in foreign
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.
4
This Lathe is designed to use a 1725 RPM motor only. Do
not use any motor that runs faster than 1725 RPM. It is
wired for operation on 110-120 volts, 60 Hz., alternating
current. IT MUST NOT BE CONVERTED TO OPERATE
ON 230 VOLTS. EVEN THOUGH SOME OF THE RECOMMENDED MOTORS ARE DUAL VOLTAGE.
THESE MOTORS HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE
ACCEPTABLE
FOR USE ON THIS TOOL.
HP
RPM
VOLTS
I/3
1/2
}/2
I/2
1725
t725
1725
1725
110-t20
110-120
110-t20
110-120
CATALOG
This
power
tool
is equipped
with a 3-conductor
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 a mating 3-conductor
outlet as shown.
NO.
cord and
grounding type plug which has a grounding prong, approved
by Underwriters"
Laboratories.
The ground conductor
has
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
1282
1278
1279
t289
adapter
as shown
to known ground.
and
always
connect
the
grounding
CAUTION:
Do not use blower or washing machine motors
or any motor with an automatic
reset overload protector
as their use may be hazardous.
It is recommended
that
replace
the TWO prong
THRE_E prong outlet.
CONNECTING
An adapter
as shown
below
is available
for connecting
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,
TO POWER SOURCE OUTLET
This machine
must be grounded
operator
from electric shock.
while
in use to protect
the
Plug power cord into a 1 I0-120V
properly
grounded
type
outlet
protected
by a 15-amp. dual element time delay or
Circuit-Saver
fuse or circuit breaker.
If you are not sure that your outlet is properly
have it checked by a qualified
electrician.
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
CUTTING TOOL.
is worn or
immediately.
cut,
or
damaged
in any
way,
If your unit is for use on less than 150 volts it has a plug
that looks like below.
3--PRONG
PLUG
PROPERLY
GROUNDED
SURE
THIS
IS
GROUNDING
CONNECTED
TO __
KNOWN GROUND
electrician
grounded
LUG
ADAPTER
grounded,
WARNING:
DO NOT PERMIT FINGERS TO TOUCH
THE TERMINALS OF PLUGS WHEN INSTALLING
OR
REMOVING THE PLUG TO OR FROM THE OUTLET.
If power
cord
have it replaced
MAKE
you have a qualified
outlet
with a properly
lug
RECEPTACLE
NOTE: The adapter illustrated is for use only if you already
have a properly grounded 2-prong receptacle.
The use of any extension
cord wilt cause some loss of
power. To keep this to a minimum
and to prevent overheating
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 grounding
type plugs and 3-pole receptacles
which
accept the tools
plug.
Ex_nsion Cord Len_h
Up_100
Ft.
t00-2OOFt.
200-400
Ft.
CHECK MOTOR
Wire Size A.W.G.
16
14
10
ROTATION
J
[n
OUTLET,_
ul
WARNING:
FOUR YOUR OWN SAFETY, MAKE SURE
PLUG IS NOT CONNECTED
TO POWER SOURCE
OUTLET
WHEN CHANGING
MOTOR
ROTATION.
@
fff
U)
GROUNDING
PRONG
The motor
must
the shaft end to
rotate
which
CLOCKWISE
when viewed
you will mount
the pulley.
page 12,) If it does not,
to the instructions
furnished
change the direction
with the motor.
from
{See
according
UNPACKING ANDCHECKING
CONTENTS
.......
ASSEMBLY .............
......
_..........
+ MoUnting Lathe and motor on recommended
Craftsman
bench
6
7
GETTING
rotation
TO KNOW
7
9
. . 10
, ......................
YOUR
WOOD
12
LATHE
.......
13
Speed chart
Spindle
turning
t3
13
Tool
13
LUBRICATION
RECOMMENDED
13
REPAIR
............................
TOOLS
NEEDED
......
14
14
............................
Spindle lock hole
........................
Tool rest lock
..........................
Handwheel
centers)
15
BASIC LATHE OPERATION
..................
Changing speeds .........................
13
13
.......................
13
Spur center and cup center (aligning
Tailst0ck ..............................
Belt guard lock ..........................
Index pin
.............................
rest base lock
13
13
On : off switch ..........................
..........................
SpUr and cup center instaliati0n
. . • ....
.......
Off'and on +;witch ....
; . .........
. . , . ..,
Check motor
Tailstock ram lock .......................
Tailstock 10ck . .........................
15
15
.........................
16
Indexing ..............................
MAINTENANCE
..........................
PARTS
...........................
ACCESSORIES
18
19
19
21
..............
..........................
22
Separate all parts from packing
materials
and check each
one with the "Table
of Loose Parts"
to make certain all
items are accounted
for, before
discarding
any packing
material.
318-inch wrench
If any parts are missing, do not attempt
to assemble the
lathe olug in the power cord or turn the switch on until the
missing parts are obtained
and are installed
correctly.
+;,.i
I ="
Screwdriver {medium)
Using a 7/16" wrench, remove the wood blocks attached to
the Lathe. Save the nuts, bolts and washers, you wilt need
7/16-inch wrench
Framin
I_.?,T,yrtT.++
s
are
_L?.'t ? :._',.",+_.:tA'.t
for attaching
+__
the
Lathe to the bench.
Remove the protective
oil that is applied to the
any ordinary
household
type grease and spot
t " t .+;,+:;.,.L-L.J.
bed. Use
remover.
Model 113.228000
Wood
Lathe is shipped complete
in
one carton
(without
motor, or bench).
The V-Belt and
motor pulley are furnished,
CAUTION:
Never use gasoline, naptha
highly volatile solvents.
Model ! 13.228160
Wood
Lathe
one carton and includes a Motor.
Apply a coat of automobile wax to the bed, Wipe all parts
thoroughly
with a ciean dry cloth,
is shipped
complete
in
or similar
A
G
\
F
MOTOR INCLUDED WiTH
Model 113.228160
item
BA
C
D
E
F
Table of Loose Parts
Qty.
Motor Pulley : '. ....
i, .' ......
'. +' ....
Belt, "Vee
t/2 × 37 ....
+ ...........
Wood Turning
Lathe ................
Owner's Manua4 ...................
Belt Guard Assembly ................
Loose Parts Bag -- Part No. 70046
Containing
the following:
Wrench, Hex 5/32.
Wrench, Hex3/16,1_iiil;
_i_ i ii _;
Screw, Type 23Pan
10-32 x 3/8 ......
Nut+ Hex 3/4-t6
.................
Spur, Center
...................
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
t
1
item
Table of Loose Parts
Qty.
Cup, Center ....................
Point, Center ...................
Lockwasher
Ext. Tooth No. 10 .......
Key, Switch ....................
Clamp Cord ....................
Bolt Rd. Hd. Carriage 1/4-20 x 1-3/4
. . ,
Washer t7/64 x 47/64 x t/16
........
Nut Hex 1/4-20
.................
ScrewPan
Hd. Ty. ANo. 8x 1/2 ......
6" Tool Rest .....................
Booklet,
How To Operate
Your Craftsman
Lathe .............
1
2
4
1
2
4
4
4
4
1
1
assembly
_-HOLES FOR MOTOR
MOUNTING
LATHE
ON WORKBENCH
6 1/8" _3'_
AND MOTOR
Dril{ six 3/8"
holes in your bench according
to the
diagram to the right. NOTE; Make sure the top of your
bench is positioned so that you don't drill into the legs
or rail underneath.
When mounting
to a Sears workbench, side overhang
top at headstock
end should be 5" from leg portion
stand.
(Front overhang of top shoutd remain 1-1/8"').
of
of
14 5/8"
HOLES
FO. AT.E\
J
= f
\
..
1,3l,°
F,O.,OFBENc,
i
T
LOCATION
OF MOUNTING
HOLES
NOTE:
To attach your Lathe to the bench, use the bolts,
nuts and washer you removed when unpacking.
2. Position Lathe on bench
holes in headstock
butdo
3.
and insert two bolts through
not screw on the nuts.
BED PARALLEL TO
FRONT EDGE OF BENCH
Position the Lathe so that the bed is parallel to the front
of the bench. Check the foot, If the bottom
of the foot
is not flat on the surface of the bench, loosen the screw
in the foot, tap the screw to loosen the tocknut inside.
Turn the foot so it is flat on the bench and tighten
the
screw.
4. Mark
the
location
on
the
bench
5. Remove the Lathe and drill a 3/8"
foot.
of
the
hole in foot.
hole to attach the
6. Position
the Lathe and insert the bolts from the top.
Place a flat washer, a Iockwasher
and a nut on the bolts
and tighten the nuts.
7. Position
the motor
over the mounting
holes.
NOTE:
When using a Craftsman
double shaft motor, make sure
the 5/8" dia. shaft is to the left when facing the front of
the Lathe. For motors
with a 1/2" diameter shaft see
Step 15.
FOOT
NOTE: Motor is inciuded with Model 113.228160.
NOTE: The ventilation holes in the motor should NOT
face upward as sawdust can collect inside the motor. If
necessary, loosen the two motor base clamp screws and
rotate the motor. Then, tighten the clamp screws,
8. Find
from
four 1-3/4"
carriage bolts, flat washers
among the toose parts (see illustration).
and
nuts
9. Insert the botts from the top. Place a flat washer and a
nut on the bolts but do not tighten
the nuts at this
time.
!-3/4"
assembly
/
10. Remove the headstock pulley-using
screw wrench.
the 5/32"
set-
/
11: Find four pan head thread cutting screws 3/8" long
and four Iockwashers from among the loose parts.
Attach the belt guard with these screws and Iockwasher_ The arrows in this illustration show the location of
the screws.
i
°
/
12, Place the t_eadstock pulley onto the headstock shaft as
shown. Position it so that the end of the put|ey is flush
with the end of the lathe spindle.
/
/
/
/
13. Place the motor pulley on the motor shaft so that the
small diameter is approximately 1/16" away from the
motor.
14.
NmOoToEr:
shWhf_n_1_s_l _tgrteh_hPa_It_/eO_/;65fS"_lud_ra_n_tee;
furnished with your motor is in place. Then tighten
setscrew with a 5/32" setscrew wrench.
the
3/16 x 3/16 KEY
15. NOTE: When installing the pulley on a 112" diameter
motor shaft, make sure that the adapter sleeve and
3/I6" square key furnished with your motor are in
place. Then tighten the setscrew with a 5/32" setscrew
wrench,
16, Place the belt on the pulleys and slide the motor
toward the rear of workbench until al_lthe slack is re*
moved from the belt. NOTE: 1/2 inch deflection of
belt under moderate pressure, applied between the two
pulleys is adequate :tenSion, Tighten only two of the
motor mounting bolts using a7/16
wrench.
ADAPTER SLEEVE
1/2 DIA. MOTOR SHAF
T
/
17.
Place a straightedge
such as a piece of wood, metal or
framing
square across the pulleys to see if they are in
line with each other, If they are, tighten
the other two
motor
mounting
bolts. If they are not in line, loosen
the two motor bolts and move the motor sideways...
tighten
the bo_ts,
18,
Find four pan head wood
the loose parts.
Attach
screws.
19.
the belt guard
Make sure the
Plug motor cord
NOT plug motor
screws 1/2"
long from
plate to the bench
plate is PARALLEL
among
with the two
to the belt.
into outlet on back of switch box.
cord into power source outlet,
DO
20+ Position the two cords as shown and clamp them to the
table with
two cable clamps
and 1/2" wood screws
from the loose parts bag.
21. Coil up the slack in the cord and tie it with apiece of
tape.
CLAMPS
MOTOR CORD
SPUR AND CUP/CENTER
!.
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INSTALLATION
Find a 3/4-16 hex nut among the loose parts
onto head stock spindle until finger tight.
and screw
3/4-16
HEX NUT
9
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::_
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;_ii
¸
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/_
• :
:
............
2. Find two pointS and a spur and cup center among the
1o0se parts. To insert point into centers, place center
between jaws of a Vise. Do not tighten vice. Insert point
into center and with a hammer and nail gently tap
around the base of the point until secure,
\
TAILSTOCK
3. Insert Spur center into head stock spindle and cup
Center into tailstock ram. NOTE: Do no_ drive or
hammer centers into spindle or ram as removal may be
difficult- Use:a soft hammer or block of wood and give
them a gentle tap,
RAM
/
4. To remove spur center from spindle, hold the spindle
pulley with one hand and, Using a wrench or pair of
pliers, turn the hex nut counterclockWise until center
is ejected.
5, To remove cup Center insert a 114"" wood dowel or brass
rod through the hole in the tailstock ram. Hold the
center with one hand and tap the-dowel or rod with a
hammer,
FOOT
WARNING: DON'TCONNECT
POWER CORD TO
ELECTRICAL
OUTLET IN YOUR SHOP UNTIL
YOU ARE READY TO CHECK MOTOR ROTATION.
ON-OFF
SWITCH
The On-Off Switch has a locking feature. THIS FEATURE
IS INTENDED
TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED
AND
POSSIBLE HAZARDOUS
USE BY CHILDREN
AND
OTHERS,
1. Insert key into switch.
NOTE: Key is made of vetlowplastic.
©
(YELLOW
KEY
K_Y
_l._ S'{ IC]
10
2. To turn
and pull
Lathe ON, .. INSERT
END of switch out.
3. To turn Lathe
Never
OFF.
leave the
complete
stop
Lathe
,, PUSH
finger
switch
lever
lever in.
unattended
and you
under
until
have removed
it has come to a
the
switch
key.
Do not cycle the motor
switch on and off rapidly,
as
this may cause the faceplate
or sanding disc to loosen.
In the event this should ever occur, stand clear of the
face plate or sanding disc until
stop..,
retighten
it.
it has come to a complete
11
assembly
4. To lock switch in OFF
with one hand, REMOVE
position
. . , HOLD switch
kev with other hand.
IN
WARNING:
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY,
ALWAYS
LOCK
THE SWITCH
"OFF".
WHEN
LATHE IS NOT IN USE ,.. REMOVE KEY AND
KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE . .. ALSO ,.. IN
THE EVENT OF A POWER FAILURE (ALL OF
YOUR LIGHTS GO OUT) TURN SWITCH OFF...
LOCK IT AND REMOVE THE KEY. THIS WILL
PREVENT
THE LATHE FROM STARTING
UP
AGAIN WHEN THE POWER COMES BACK ON.
HOLD
co._o,
/
\
ROTATION
CHECK MOTOR
ROTATION
TERMINAL
COVER
The Lathe must rotate counterclockwise when viewed from
the spindle end.
NOTE:
spindle.
Make sure the spur center is removed from the
1. Plug the Lathe power cord into a properly grounded
outlet (See page 4)_
2. Stand clear of the Lathe spindleand turn the switch ON.
Notice the rotation of the soindle. If it is NOT turning
COUNTERCLOCKWISE . . . Removethe Lathe power
cord plug from the outlet and changethe rotation of
the motor accordingto the directions furnished with
the motor.
WARNING:
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, MAKE
SURE PLUG IS NOT CONNECTED
TO POWER
SOURCE OUTLET WHEN CHANGING
MOTOR
ROTATION.
12 ¸
getting
to know
your wood
Jathe
7
HANDWHEEL
TAILSTOCK
11 spur
CENTER
3 SPINDLE
LOCK
INDEX PIN
8
RA.
10 CUP
CENTE.
TAILSTOCK
RAM
HOLE
TOOL REST
BELT GUARD
TOOL
BASE
REST
BASE
)INDLE
FOOT
TAILSTOCK
LOCK
12 TA,LSTOCK
13
SPEED
TOOL
LOCK
\
BED
1
TOOL REST
BRACKET
LOCK
BELT GUARD
LOCK
1. BELT GUARD LOCK...
guard during
4
REST
Locks the
hinged
part of the
5. TOOL REST LOCK...
6. TOOL REST BASE LOCK...
2. INDEX
PIN... Engages with the spindle pulley to
determine
equal spacing for cuts for fluting or feeding,
or for dividing
face plate work.
DO NOT USE FOR
REMOVING
FACEPLATES.
Clamps the tool rest
base to the bed.
7. HANDWHEEL... Adjusts the tailstock ram,
8. TAILSTOCK RAM LOCK... Clamps the ram
3. SPINDLE LOCK HOLE ... For
remov[ng faceptatesor
sanding discs, insert a setscrew wrench, large nail or
bolt in the hole to hold the spindle while unscrewing
facepiate or sanding disc.
4. TOOL REST BRACKET LOCK...
Clamp the too/rest to the tool
rest base.
operation.
in the
tai|stock.
9. TAILSTOCK LOCK...
Clamps
the
bed.
10. ON-OFF SWITCH...
Clamps the tool
rest bracket to the bed.
13
Seepage 10.
tailstock
to
the
ow your wood
lathe
11;SPUR: CENTER AND CUP CENTER .... are used for
spindle turning and should always be in alignment,
ALIGNING
CENTERS
lithe centers:are not in line as shown, make the follow
ing adjustments.
1. Make sure the tailstock
checking for alignment.
and ram are locked when
2. Loosen the screw in the foot...
loosen the Iocknut inside,
3/16" SETSCREW
WRENCH
TAP the screw to
\
3. Using a 3/16" setscrew wrench, loosen the setscrew
on the back of the headstock, The screw is located
about 1-3/4" from the bottom.
FOOT
HEADSTOCK r
3/16,,
SETSCR EW
4. Swing the tailstock so that the two points are in
line. ,, tighten the setscrewir_ the headstock and the
screw in the end of the taitstock.
TAI LSTOC K
SCREW
HANDWHEEL
12. TAILSTOCK.,
.supports
the
workpiece
for
spindle
turning.
TAI LSTOCK
LOCK
The tailstock contains a brass screw which bears against
the "key" on the underside of the bed. This screw prevents excessive "looseness" (rocking back and forth) of
the tailstock,
I.
Loosen the Iocknut
\
using a 7t 16" wrench.
2. Tighten the screw moderately
loosen it about t/4 turn.
against
the key,
then
Slide the tailstock
along the bed. If it does not stick or
bind in any one spot, tighten the nut. If it binds or sticks,
loosen the screw only enough so that the tailstock
slides
smoothly
a!ong, the bed.
BRASS
SCREW
14
\
LOCKNUT
KEY
13. SPEED CHART,.. Indicates general
speedsfor varioussizesof workpieees.
recommended
SPINDLE
SPEED
MOTOR
SPINDLE
I
II
basic
lathe operations
CHANGING
SPEEDS
The
belt
is shown
positioned
the outside end of
run 2250 R.P.M.
the
on the second
pulleys.
Make sure the power
2. With
the
belt
cord is removed
guard
raised,
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
pushing on the belt with
3. Continue
belt until
motor
4. Now
right
to rotate
it "climbs"
hand.
ON
BELT
The belt will
cJimb up into the third
step of the
pulley.
1. Rotate
with
pulley
hand while
the pulley while
pushing on the
down into the third step of the
To make the lathe go faster,
ward.
until
your right
motor
left
rotatethe
spindle pulley CLOCKWISE
with your
hand while pushing on the belt with your left
spindle
2. Now
the
your
the outlet.
pulley.
hand,
right
rotate
with
- say, t350
from
the
hand,
it
spindle
CLOCKWISE
the belt while
down
the motor
yourlefthand
right hand.
step.
pulley
Pull on
climbs
rotate
the belt must be shifted
into
pulley
while
the
with
rotating
next
o_t-
your
SPINDLE
PULLEY
the pulley
smaller
step.
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
pulling
The belt will climb
on the belt with
up into the
'I"1
ROTATE
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
This causes the lathe to
Suppose you wish to run the lathe slower
R.P,M.
You must shift the belt inward.
t.
steps from
L
your
next larger
15
,83?oI
II
22so t
34so I
MOTOR
PULLEY
basic lathe
operations
SPINDLE TURNING:
If you have never done anv amount
:we suggest that you practice using
turning
tools.
Start
with
ot wood turn ng,
the various wood
a small
spindle
turning.
Be sure to study the "Handbook"
which you received
With Your lathe. It explain S and illustrates the correct
use of the turning tools; the p0sitioning
of:the to01
restand
1
other
information
Select a oiece:ofWo0d
2. Draw
diagonal
3. On oneend,
on
to helpyou
gain experience.
2"' x 2" x 12":
_ines on each end to locate
make a saw cut approximatel
each diagonal
line,; This
is for
4. The other end is for the cup center.
the cuPcenter
On the wood
where
the centers.
V 1/16"
tile spur
deep
center.
Place the point
the d agonal
of
lines
cross
5. Drive the cup
mallet
center into
or a plastic hammer.
the
wood.
If you don't
Use
DIAGONAL LINES
ON BOTH ENDS
a wooden
have one, use
a steel hammer,
but put a piece of Wood on the end of
the cup center to protect it.
6.
Remove
the other
the cup center
and drive the spur center into
end of the wood.
Make sure the spurs are in
the saw cuts. Remove the spur center.
7. Make sure the centers and the hole in the spindle and
the tailstock ram are clean. Insert the spur center into
the headstock and the cup center into the tailstock
and tap them in lightly with a piece of wood, Do not
drive them in.
8. Put a drop of oil or wax on the wood where it contacts the cup center. This will lubricate the wood
while it isturning,
9. Place the wood between the centers and lock the tail" stock,
10. Move the cup center into _e wood by turning the
hand:wheel, _V_ake sure that the cup center and spur
center are "seated" into the wood in 1he holes made
in steps 5 and 6 above, Rotate the wood by hand
while turning the hand wheel,
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11. Adjust
the
too!
rest approximately
thecorners
ofthewood
Note
angled
Lock
the
the tool
I/8"
away
and 1/8" above the center
position
of
the
rest base and the tool
toot
1/8"
from
rest
line.
base.
rest.
TOOL
Look
turning
at the
"roughing".
slowest
speed chart.
up to
18" tong
Move
the
Notice
that
a 2"
square
should
run at 875 R.P.M.
for
V-belt
on the
the
pulleys
to
speed.
Rotate the wood by hand to make sure that the corners
do not strike the toot rest,
17
R EST
WOOD
basic lathe operations
INDEXING
The spindle pulley contains 36 equally spaced holes. The
index pin engages with these holes to keep the spindle
from turning while you put a mark on the workpiece.
For example: To locate the position
wheel:
of six spokes in a
1, Pull the index pin outward and turn it so that the small
cross pin slips into the slot. This will allow the index
pin to engage in one of the holes in the pulley and prevent the spindle from turning.
2. AdjuSt the toot rest approximately at the centerline
and make a mark.
3, Pull out the index pin and slowly rotate the workpiece
until the pin slides into the next hole in the pulley.
4, Do this six times and put the next mark on the workpiece, The _wo marks will be spaced 60 ° apart, Continue this operation until six spokes are marked 60 °
apart.
5. Spindle turnings can be divided in the same manner.
18
maintenance
WARNING:
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, TURN
SWITCH "OFF"
AND REMOVE
PLUG FROM
POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE MAINTAINING OR LUBRICATING
YOUR LATHE.
to keep the surfaces clean and allow
stock to more more freely.
If the power
cord
have it replaced
Frequently
the motor.
blow
out any dust that may accumulate
A coat of automobile-type
or cut,
tool
rest and tail-
or damaged
in any
way,
immediately.
inside
For motor
motor.
wax applied to the bed will
is worn
the
maintenance,
follow
instructions
furnished
with
furnished
with
help
WIRING
DIAGRAM
WHITE
MOTOR
_
........
OUTLET
!
SWI
I i_H
I
,=_
im
r--
Insulated
!
Cap, Flag
POWER
CORD
=m
.....
'11I'
lubrication
For motor
the motor.
All of the BALL
BEARINGS
are packed with grease at the
factory.
They require no further lubrication.
Periodically lubricate the ram in the tailstock with No. 20
or No. 30 engine oil.
!9
lubrication,
follow
instructions
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
PROBABLE
SHOOTING
CHART
REMEDY
CAUSE
ii.,
Motor
1. Defective
will not run.
On-Off
switch,
1. Replace
Defective switch cord.
Defective switch box receptacle.
2. Motor protector open,
(only if your motor is
equipped with an
overload protector).
3, Burned
....
: Lathe slows down
when turning
:
Tailstock
rocks
1. V-belt
•
out
too
2, Reset protector
motor
I
loose
1. Brass adjusting
defective
parts before
using
Lathe
again,
screw is too
when
motor
has cooled.
3. Consult Sears Service. 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.
t. Adjust
bert tension, see Assembly
I
screw.
Adjust
See Section,
"Getting
Section.
To Know
e"
i
back and forth
excessively.
,
Headstock
I_
oose
on bed .......
_
Wood burnsat
tai stock end
I
I
loose.
Your
I
1. Setscrew not tight;
.
i. CuP center too
lubricated
-
;
tight 0rln0t;
Lath
:1. Tighten
....
:KrioW
.
setscrew.
Your
S
eeSection,
"Getting
Lathe".
I 1. Back off tailstock
ram and lubricate
I ; ;cup center. See Basic Lathe Operation
Sect on, SpndeTurn
g
!
To
..
recommended
accessories
RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES
ITEM
CAT.
Work Bench
.........................
Motor Pulley (Four Step) 1/2" Bore
Motor Pulley (Four Step) 5/8" Bore
Drill Chuck 1/2" Capacity
with
No. 1 M.T. Shank
.......................
Screw Center with No. 1 M.T. Shank
...........
...........
NO.
(See Catalog)
9-27921
9-27922
..........
Ball Bearing Center with
No. 1 M.T. Shank
.......................
60 ° Center with No. 1 M.T. Shank
............
Face Plate, 4" Dia. with 3/4"-16 Thread
9 holes ..................................
Face Plate, Including
Spurs and Screw Center
3" Dia. with 3/4'°-16 Thread
...............
Sanding Table ............................
9" Dia. Sanding Disc Only with 3/4"-16
Thread
................................
9-22342
9-21164
9-21122
9-21102
9-2489
9-20912
9-24922
9-24906
Turning Toots
....................
(SEE CATALOG)
Draw Bolt with !/4"-20
Threads
.............
9-21542
Power Tool Know How Handbook
Radial Saw ...............................
9-2917
Table Saw ................................
9-2918
Bowl Turning Tool rest .....................
9-24903
Face Plate 6"" with 3/4"-16
Thread
6 holes ................................
9-24904
Copy Cr_fter
.............................
Speed Reducer
............................
Face Plate 4" dia, with 3/4"ot6
Thread
Cast iron, 6 holes ........................
Diameter Sizing Gauge
.....................
The
above
available
recommended
at the time this
accessories
manual
21
9-24907
9-23895
9-23865
9-24909
are current
was printed.
and were
CRAFTSMAN
12" WOOD-TURNING
LATHE
MODEL No. 113.228000
& 113.228160
17
16
t3
2
14
3
5
27
34
12
/
64
55
5o
Sl
/
/
Figure 1
CRAFTSMAN
Key
No.
Part
No.
12" WOOD-TURNING
LATHE
Description
MODEL
No. 113.228000
Key
No.
& 113.228160
Part
No.
Description
i
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
803639
70047
70004
63467
60341
STD 503102
56170
STD 610805
STD 600602
70008
STD 600603
STD 551210
56110
18229
38884
70014
56120
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
56614
18994
38896
56613
56619
56180
219753
56611
70006
27
28
2g
30
31
32
33
STD 503705
60256
60262
70001
STD 541425
70052
70050
+Pulley
+Motor
(Model ! 13.22816)
Guard Assembly,
includes items 55 and 56
Cap, Flag Term
Outlet
*Screw, Soc. Hd. Set 5/16:18
x 5/16
Pulley, includes Key No. 6
Screw, Pan Hd, Type A 8 x 1/2
*Screw, Type 23 Pan No. 6-32 x 1/4
Guard, Plate
*Screw, Type 23 Pan No. 10-32 x 3/8
*Lockwasher,
No. 10
Coffer with Set Screw
Bearing, Bail
Ring, Retaining
Headstock
1-5/8
Plunger and Housing Assembly,
Complete
Consisting
of Items 18, 19, 20, and 21
Plunger
Pin
_Spri ng
Housing,
Point
Plunger
+No, 1 Morse Taper Spur Center with Point
Nut, Hex 3/4-16
Spindle
Headstock Assembly,
Complete Consisting of Items
6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 25, and 27
*Screw, Soc. Hd. Set 3/8-t6
x 1/2
Key
Grip
Lever, Assembly
Lock
Nut, Lock 1/4-20
Nut, Stud
Shoe, Lock
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
5O
5!
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
56217
70051
120399
56213
805518
56628
STD 541025
56625
56190
70016
56222
70049
56130
60121
69072
69077
STD 523720
STD 304370
60096
30504
70019
30540
805146
60271
63418
37818
37530
70009
STD 541110
60267
70010
70046
SP4052
70053
i
i iiiiii
Spacer
Screw, Hex Hd. 3/8-16 × 2
*Belt, "'Vee" 1/2 x 37
*+Wrench, Hex 5/32
*+Wrench, Hex 3/16
Rest, 6" Tool
Screw, Wing
Washer
Cord (w/Plug)
Clamp
Relief, Strain
Nut, "U" Clip
Box, Junction
*Nut, Hex No. 10-32
Switch, Locking
Switch, Panel
Bag of Loose Parts (Not tllustrated)
Booklet-How To Operate Your Craftsman
Lathe (Not Illustrated)
Owners, Manual (Not Ills.)
* Standard Hardware Item - May Be Purchased Locally.
f Stock Item - May be secured through the Hardware Department
NOTE:
ii
Wheel, Hand
Housing, Tailstock
*Nut Square 5/t6-18 x 9/16 x 7/32
Foot, Rear
*Screw, Pan. Hd. 5/t6-18 x 1-3/4
Screw, Slotted Hd. Set 1/4:20 x 1-!/4
Nut, Hex 1/4-20
Spindle, Tailstock
+No. 1 Morse Taper Cut Center with Point
Rest, Toot
Holder, Tool Rest
Clamp, Support
Tube AssembLy
Washer, .380 x 1-9/64 x 7/64
Wrench
of most Sears Retail Stores or Catalog Order Houses.
Shipping and handling charges for standard hardware items (identified by *) such as nuts, screws, washers, etc., make buying these
items by mail uneconomical. To avoid shipping and handling charges, you may obtain most of these locally.
,,
,i
i1,,11
Sears
12-1NCFI
WOOD-TURNING
SERVICE
Now that you have purchased your
should a need ever exist
contact
for
repair
LATHE
12" Wood-Turning
Lathe
parts or service, simply
any Sears Service Center and most Sears, Roebuck
and Co. stores. Be sure to provide
call or visit.
all pertinent
facts when you
MODEL NO.
113.228000
LATHE
ONLY
MODEL NO,
The model number
of your
12" Wood-Turning
Lathe will
be
found on a plate under the belt guard.
113.228!60
LATHE
WITH
MOTOR
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS
FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:
HOW TO ORDER
REPAIR PARTS
GIVE THE
PART NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
MODEL NUMBER
113.228000
113.228160
NAME OF ITEM
12-INCH WOOD
TURNING
LATHE
AIt parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service Center
and most Sears stores. If the parts you need are not stocked
locally,
your
order
wilt
be electronically
Sears Repair Parts Distribution
Sold
Part No, 70053
by
SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
CO.,
Form No. SP4544-4
transmitted
to
a
Center for handling.
Chicago,
IL.
60684
U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A. 5/83