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METAL BAND SAW
Model Number
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STEEL CITY TOOL WORKS
VER. 12.10
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SECTION 1
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SECTION 2
General Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SECTION 3
Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
SECTION 4
Feature Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
SECTION 5
Operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
SECTION 6
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
INTRODUCTION
This user manual is intended for use by anyone working with this machine. It should be kept available for
immediate reference so that all operations can be performed with maximum efficiency and safety. Do not
attempt to perform maintenance or operate this machine until you have read and understand the
information contained in this manual.
The drawings, illustrations, photographs, and specifications in this user manual represent your machine at
time of print. However, changes may be made to your machine or this manual at any time with no
obligation to Steel City Tool Works
3
WARRANTY
STEEL CITY TOOL WORKS
5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Steel City Tool Works, LLC (“SCTW”) warrants all “STEEL CITY TOOL WORKS” machinery to
be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 5 years from the date of the original
retail purchase by the original owner. (Granite components are warranted for 10 years. Please inform
SCTW within 30 days for any damages or defects on the Granite components found upon receipt of
the products to qualify for the 10 year limited warranty. See the Granite warranty statement supplied
with those products.) SCTW will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, any SCTW
machine, machine part, or machine accessory which in normal use has proven to be defective,
provided that the customer returns the product, shipping prepaid, to an authorized service center with
proof of purchase and provides SCTW with a reasonable opportunity to verify the alleged defect by
inspection. Date code, which can be found on the original carton and machine body, must be
provided to SCTW at the time of any warranty request made. This warranty does not apply to defects
due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence, accidents, or lack of maintenance, or to
unauthorized repairs or alterations made or specifically authorized by anyone other than SCTW.
Normal wear components are also excluded under this coverage. Every effort has been made to
ensure that all SCTW machinery meets the highest quality and durability standards. We reserve the
right to change specifications at any time due to our commitment to continuous improvement of the
quality of our products.
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH ABOVE, SCTW MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS
OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ITS MACHINERY, OR ITS CONDITION, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE. SCTW FURNISHES THE
ABOVE WARRANTIES IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES , EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, WHICH ARE HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMED.
SCTW SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY (A) SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LOSS OF PROFITS, ARISING
FROM OR RELATED TO THIS WARRANTY, THE BREACH OF ANY AGREEMENT OR WARRANTY,
OR THE OPERATION OR USE OF ITS MACHINERY , INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
DAMAGES ARISING FROM DAMAGE TO FIXTURES , TOOLS , EQUIPMENT , PARTS OR
MATERIALS, DIRECT OR INDIRECT LOSS CAUSED BY ANY OTHER PARTY, LOSS OF REVENUE
OR PROFITS, FINANCING OR INTEREST CHARGES , AND CLAIMS BY ANY THIRD PERSON,
WHETHER OR NOT NOTICE OF SUCH POSSIBLE DAMAGES HAS BEEN GIVEN TO SCTW ;
(B) DAMAGES OF ANY KIND FOR ANY DELAY BY OR FAILURE OF SCTW TO PERFORM ITS
OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT ; OR (C) CLAIMS MADE A SUBJECT OF A LEGAL
PROCEEDING AGAINST SCTW MORE THAN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER SUCH CAUSE OF ACTION
FIRST AROSE.
The validity, construction and performance of this Warranty and any sale of machinery by SCTW
shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, without regard to conflicts of
laws provisions of any jurisdiction. Any action related in any way to any alleged or actual offer,
acceptance or sale by SCTW, or any claim related to the performance of any agreement including
without limitation this Warranty, shall take place in the federal or state courts in Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania.
Tech Service
1-877-724-8665
STEEL CITY TOOL WORKS
Please have your Model No.
and Serial No. available
4
WARRANTY CARD
Name ________________________________________________
Street _______________________________________________
Apt. No. ______________________________________________
City _________________________ State ______ Zip __________
Phone Number_________________________________________
E-Mail ________________________________________________
The following information is given on a voluntary basis
and is strictly confidential.
2.
Where did you purchase your STEEL CITY machine?
Store: ____________________________________________
City:______________________________________________
CUT HERE
3.
4.
5.
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to?
___ American Woodworker
___ American How-To
___ Family Handyman
___ Fine Homebuilding
___ Journal of Light Construction
___ Popular Mechanics
___ Fine Woodworking
___ Old House Journal
___ Popular Science
___ Popular Woodworking
___ Today’s Homeowner
___ WOOD
___ WOODEN Boat
___ Woodsmith
___ Woodcraft
___ Woodshop News
___ Woodwork
___ Woodworker
___ Workbench
___ Woodworker’s Journal
Other_________________
6.
7.
___ Air Compressor
___ Drill Press
___ Dust Collection
___ Band Saw
___ Drum Sander
___ Horizontal Boring Machine
___
___
___
___
___
___
___
___
Jointer
Mortiser
Planer
Radial Arm Saw
Lathe
Panel Saw
Power Feeder
Shaper
___ Belt Sander
___ Drill Press
___ Belt / Disc Sander
___ Band Saw
___ Grinder
___ Mini Lathe
___ Mini Jointer
___ Scroll Saw
___ Spindle / Belt Sander
Other______________________
12. Which portable / hand held power tools do you own?
Check all that apply.
___ Belt Sander
___ Biscuit Jointer
___ Dust Collector
___ Circular Saw
___ Detail Sander
___ Miter Saw
___ Drill / Driver
___ Orbital Sander
___ Palm Sander
___ Saber Saw
___ Portable Thickness Planer
___ Reciprocating Saw
___ Router
Other_______________________
13. What machines / accessories would you like to see added to the
STEEL CITY line?
____________________________________________________
Which of the following woodworking / remodeling shows do
you watch?
___ Backyard America ___ The American Woodworker
___ Home Time
___ The New Yankee Workshop
___ This Old House
___ Woodwright’s Shop
Other__________________________________________
____________________________________________________
14. What new accessories would you like to see added?
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
What is your annual household income?
___ $20,000 to $29,999
___ $30,000 to $39,999
___ $40,000 to $49,999
___ $60,000 to $69,999
___ $80,000 to $89,999
How many Steel City machines do you own? _____________
11. Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___ Friend
Other_______________________
––– Cabinetmaker
9.
___ Spindle Sander
___ Table Saw
___ Vacuum Veneer Press
___ Wide Belt Sander
Other____________________________________________
How did you first learn of Steel City Tool Works?
___ Advertisement
___ Mail Order Catalog
___ Web Site
___ Local Store
How would you rank your woodworking skills?
___ Simple
___ Intermediate
___ Advance
___ Master Craftsman
10. What stationary woodworking tools do you own?
Check all that apply.
Product Description:_____________________________________
Model No.: ___________________________________________
Serial No. _____________________________________________
1.
8.
15. Do you think your purchase represents good value?
___Yes
___ No
___ $50,000 to $59,999
___ 70,000 to $79,999
___ $90,000 +
16. Would you recommend STEEL CITY products to a friend?
___ Yes
___ No
What is your age group?
___ 20 to 29 years
___ 30 to 39 years
___ 40 to 49 years
___ 60 to 69 years
___ 50 to 59 years
___ 70 + years
17. Comments:
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
How long have you been a woodworker?
___ 0 to 2 years
___ 2 to 8 years
___ 8 to 20 years
___ over 20 years
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PLACE
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HERE
Steel City Tool Works
3656 Enterprise Avenue
Hayward, CA 94545
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General Safety
Symbols used in this manual
!
For your safety
!
Danger!
Before using the metal band saw, please read
and follow:
- there operating instructions,
- the currently valid site rules and the
regulations for the prevention of accidents.
Denotes impending danger. Non-observance
of this warning may result in death or
extremely severe injuries.
!
Danger!
This metal band saw is state of the art and has
been constructed in accordance with the
acknowledged safety regulations.
Nevertheless, when in use, the power tool may
be a danger to life and limp of the user or a
third party, or the power tool or other property
may be damaged. The metal band saw may
be operated only if it is.
Caution!
Denotes a possibly dangerous situation.
Non-observance of this warning may result in
slight injury or damage to property.
Note: Denotes application tips and important
information.
- used as intended,
- in perfect working order.
Faults which impair safety must be repaired
immediately.
Symbols on the power tool
Intended use
This metal band saw is designed
- for commercial use in industry and trade,
- for dry, straight cutting of all metals, except
stainless hardened steel, with the material
clamped in position,
- not designed for cutting wood, bones or
similar materials
- for use with saw bands and accessories
which are indicated in this manual or
recommended by the manufacturer.
Before switching on the power
tool, read the operating
Disposal information for the old
machine!
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Safety instructions
!
Damage to property!
!
Danger!
- The mains voltage and the voltage
specifications on the rating plate (5) must
correspond.
- Do not lubricants or coolants.
- Keep children away from the power tool.
- If the power cord is damaged while the
power tool is being used, do not touch the
power cord. Immediately pull out the mains
plug. Never use a power tool which has a
defective power cord.
- Repairs such as replacing a damaged
cord, may be carried out by an authorised
customer service center only.
- Before performing any work on the power
tool, pull out the mains plug.
- Always lay the power cord to the rear
away from the machine and keep away
from the work area.
- When using the power tool, wear
protective equipment: closing-fitting
clothing, goggles, ear protection, protective
gloves. If required, also wear a hair net.
- Never cut a workpiece held in your hand.
Always clamp the workpiece securely in
the vice.
- Remove cut-off and scarfs from the work
area. The machine must be switched off!
- Before use, check machine and saw band
for damage.
- Use sharp, faultless saw bands only.
Immediately replace blunt or defective saw
bands.
- Keep hands away from the work area
while the machine is running.
- Switch on saw band before guiding
towards the workpiece.
- If the saw band is blocked, switch off the
machine immediately. Wait until the power
tool comes to a standstill before pulling it
out of the workpiece.
- Do not load the power tool to such an
extent that is stops.
- If power tools are used outdoors, connect
via a residual-current-operated circuitBracker (tripping current max. 30mA).
General Working Stand Safety
Warnings
!
Warning
Read all safety warnings and all instructions
provided with the working stand and the power
toll to be mounted. Failure to follow the
warnings and instructions may results in
electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
- Save all warnings and instructions for future
reference.
- Disconnect the plug from the power source
and/or the battery pack from the power tool
before making any adjustments or changing
accessories. Accidental starting of the power
tool is a cause of some accidents.
- Properly assemble the working stand before
mounting the tool. Proper assembly is
important to prevent risk of collapse.
- Securely fasten the power tool to the
working stand before use. Power tool
shifting on the working stand can cause loss
of control.
- Place the working stand on a solid, flat and
level surface. When the working stand can
shift or rock, the power tool or workpiece
cannot be steadily and safely controlled.
- Do not overload the working stand or use as
ladder or scaffolding. Overloading or
standing on the working stand causes the
stand to be "top-heavy" and likely to tip
over.
- Do not install or use an other power tool to
the working stand.
8
Product Specifications
Noise and Vibration
Identify additional safety measures to protect
the operator from the effects of vibration such
as: maintain the tool and the accessories,
keep the hands warm, organisation of work
patterns.
- The noise and vibration values have been
determined in accordance with EN 60745.
The A evaluated noise level of the power tol
is typically (at no load):
- Sound pressure level:
82 dB(A);
- Sound power level:
93 dB(A);
- Uncertainty:
K=3dB.
Total vibration value when sawing steel tube:
-Emission value:
ah=2.3m/s
-Uncertainty:
K=1.5m/s2
!
Caution
Wear ear protection at a sound pressure
above 85 dB(A).
Technical specification
!
Attention
The indicated measurements refer to new
power tools. Daily use causes the noise and
vibration values to change.
Notes
Saw band
Bi-metal
Band length
52 1/2"
Band width
0.51"
Band thickness
0.025"
Toothing
The vibration emission level given in this
information sheet has been measured in
accordance with a standardised test given in
EN 60745 and may be used to compare one
tool with another. It may be used for a
preliminary assessment of exposure. The
declared vibration emission level represents
the main applications of the tool. However if
the tool is used for different applications, with
different accessories or poorly maintained, the
vibration emission may differ. This may
significantly increase the exposure level over
the total working period. An estimation of the
level of exposure to vibration should also take
into account the times when the tool is
switched off or when it is running but not
actually doing the job. This may significantly
reduce the exposure level over the total
working period.
Standard
8/12
Optional
6
Cutting rate
197 feet/min-263 feet/min
Nominal voltage
120V/60Hz
Power
1/2 HP
Current
6A
Dimensions
26"x12"x15"
Weight
9
Saw with machine table
39Lbs. 11oz
Saw without machine table
17Lbs. 6 oz
Feature Identification
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Handle
Locking button
Switch
Motor
Rating plate
Saw frame
Carrying handle
Screw for adjusting the saw band
Dovetail guide
Tension level(saw band tension)
Wing nut
Swivel support
Locking pin for saw frame
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
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Clamping lever (swivel support)
End stops for swivel support
Parallel stop
Machine table
Machine vice
Saw band
Power cord
Saw band guide, adjustable
Clamping lever (saw band guide)
Main switch "Off/0"
Main Switch "On/I"
Selector switch for cutting speed
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
!
Danger!
Transport and installation
Before adjusting the power tool, always press
1. Lift the machine onto the machine table
the main switch Off/O.
(C). SEE FIG.2
Fig.2
Before switching on the power tool
Unpack the metal band saw and check that no
parts are missing or damaged.
D
Compare the mains voltage with the
specifications on the rating plate.
Assembling the metal band saw:
C
F
1. Place dovetail guide (A) in the uppermost
E
position.
2. Insert saw into the dovetail guide.
3. Tighten wing nut (B) to secure the saw.
4. Fold saw down. SEE FIG.1
2. Insert looking pin (E) into the opening on
the swivel support (F) and raise the
Fig.1
Power Tool on the saw frame (D).
B
!
Caution!
When selecting the installation location,
ensure that the installation surface is
adequately stable and that there is sufficient
light.
Note: The ergonomically optimum working
A
height is 35”-37”
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Switch on and off
Tensioning the saw band
1. Press main switch On/I
Fig.4
Fig.3
A
Swivel tension lever (A):
- Anti-clockwise: Tension saw band;
- Clockwise:
Brief operation without engaged
switch rocker:
!
2. Press and hold down the switch(3)
Release saw band tension;
Caution
If the tension is too high, the saw band has a
3. To switch off, release the switch (3).
tendency to run out of the guides
Continuous operation with engaged switch
rocker:
Adjusting the saw band guide
4. Press and hold down the switch(3)
5. To lock into position, hold down the
!
Danger!
locking button(2) and release the switch.
Before adjusting the power tool, always press
6. To switch off, briefly press and release
the main switch Off/0.
The switch(3)
!
Caution
Switch Off:
Adjust the saw band guide according to the
7. Press main switch Off/0
dimensions of the workpiece which is to be
Note: Following a power failure, the switched
cut. This provides:
on power tool does not restart.
- An increased protective effect,
- The saw band with protection from
overloading;
Adjusting the cutting rate:
- An improved cutting quality;
Set the required cutting rate with the switch:
I=197 feet/min
II=263 feet/min
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Changing the saw band
Fig.5
!
Danger!
Before adjusting the power tool, always press
the main switch Off/0 and pull out the mains
plug.
!
A
Caution!
Risk of injury! Wear protective gloves!
B
1. Press the main switch Off/0 and pull out
the mains plug.
1. Loosen the clamping level(A)and feed the
2. Loosen the clamping lever(A, in Fig.5) and
saw band guide (B)as far as possible along
push back the saw band guide (B, in Fig.5)
the workpiece.
as far as the stop.
2. Tighten the clamping lever(A); SEE FIG.5
3. After loosening the 4 screws, remove the
protective housing from the saw frame.
Changing the cutting angle
4. Release saw belt tension by swivelling the
!
Danger!
tension lever clockwise. SEE FIG.7
Fig.7
Before adjusting the power tool, always press
the main switch Off/0.
The cutting angle can be adjusted steplessly
from 0
to 45 ( end stop) without interuption.
Fig.6
B
A
5. Slacken the hex-head nut (a) on both outer
saw band guides.
6. Rotate screw (b) slightly in an anticlockwise direction until the saw band is
C
released.
7. First take the saw band off the guide
1. Loosen the clamping lever(A) and set the
rollers and then out of the guides.
swivel support (B) to the required cutting
angle. Use the scaling on the machine
tables as an adjustment aid.
2. Re-tighten the clamping lever. SEE FIG.6
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8. Insert the new saw band into the guides,
Running in the saw band
then onto the guide rollers. SEE FIG.8
Note: To ensure an optimum cutting result,
Fig.8
each new saw band must be run in.
1. Clamp a ¢1.5”-2.0” round steel in the vice.
2. Make three cuts into solid material. See
section " Sawing with machine table". Start
by applying very little pressure on the
handle for the first cut, increase the
pressure slightly for the subsequent cuts.
For the last cut the cutting time should not
9. Tension saw band.
be less than 4 minutes!
10. Align the saw band guide by rotating the
A correctly run-in saw band produces a
screw slightly in a b clockwise direction
higher cutting quality and has a longer
until the guide just touches the saw band.
service life.
SEE FIG.9
Fig.9
Sawing
!
Caution!
Before use, always check the machine and
saw band for damage.
Note: Excessive feed will reduce the capacity
of the machine, impair the cutting quality and
reduce the service life of the saw band.
Sawing with machine table
1. Clamp the workpiece firmly in the vice.
Note: the saw band guides must be adjusted
2. Adjust the saw band guide according to
until they lightly tough the saw band and
the workpiece dimensions.
rotate as the saw band passes through them!
3. Switch on the device.
They must mot be blocked!
!
11. Tighten the hex-head nuts a and attach
the protective housing.
Caution!
Risk of injury! Always keep your left hand on
12. Move the saw band guide into the
the outside of the cutting area.
operating position and tighten the
clamping lever.
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Fig.11
4. Take hold of the handle with you right
hand and press the switch. Slowly feed the
saw frame along the material.
5. After making the first cut, increase the
pressure. Apply uniform feed through the
Material.
6. After cutting the material, release the
B
A
switch and move the handle to its original
Position.
7. If required, attache parallel stop(A). When
not in use, fix in the holder under the
1. Loosen wing nut (A) and pull saw out of
machine table(B) SEE FIG.10
the dovetail guide (B). SEE FIG.11
2. Switch on the device.
Fig.10
3. When sawing, always hold the saw with
both hands. SEE FIG.12
4. Place saw band guide on the material.
5. Press the switch. Slowly feed the saw
B
band along the material.
6. After making the first cut, increase the
C
pressure. Apply uniform feed through the
material.
7. After cutting, release the switch.
8. After working, re-attach the saw to the
Free-hand sawing
machine table.
The saw can be removed from the machine
Fig.12
table. This allows free-hand sawing as
required (e.g. Permanently installed
workpiece).
!
Caution!
- Before use, always check the machine and
saw band for damage.
- When sawing, always place the saw band
guide on the workpiece.
- Switch on saw band before guiding
towards the workpiece. Never switch on
the power tool with the saw band on the
workpiece!
15
Maintenance and care
Cutting area
!
(Inch)
Danger!
Before performing any work on the power
3.34”
tool, pull out the mains plug.
3.34”
Cleaning
3.34”x4”
!
2.75”
Risk of injury
Never use compressed air to below swarf
away.
2.75”
1. Regularly clean the power tool
2. Regularly remove cut-offs and swarf from
2.75”x2.75”
The cutting area.
Clamping the material correctly in
the vice
Prolonged non-use
1. Clean the power tool;
2. Relieve the tension on the saw band;
3. Store the machine in a dry, well ventilated
Room;
Repairs
Note: use only original parts supplied by the
manufacturer for replacement purposes. If
Note: If profile are made of a very thin
non-original parts are used, the guarantee
material, insert another piece into the profile
obligation of the manufacturer will be deemed
which matches the shape of the profile,
null and void.
thereby reducing the risk of distortion.
Repairs such as replacing a damaged cord,
may be carried out by ana authorised
customer service center only
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PARTS LIST
17
18
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
SC80710
ST4.2X18 PAN HD SELF SCR
2
SC80711
3
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
74
SC10579
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE
1
M4X30 PAN HD SCREW
2
75
SC82122
Φ6 FLAT WAHER (18X6.5X1.8)
1
SC10569
LEFT HANDLE
1
76
SC10587
LOWER SLIDE GUIDE
1
3A
SC76057
CUTTING SPEC. LABEL
1
77
OR90145
M5 LOCK WASHER
2
4
SC80712
ST4.2X12 PAN HD SELF SCR
2
78
SC80716
M5X12HEX SOC PAN HD SCR 2
5
SC80712
ST4.2X12 PAN HD SELF SCR
3
79
SC10588
SIDE SLIDING GURD
1
6
SC10570
CORD CLAMP PLATE
1
79A
SC81115
M6 ZINC PLATED DOME NUT
4
7
SC10571
GROMMET
1
79B
OR90502
M6 LOCK WASHER
2
8
SC81114
M4 HEX HD NUT
2
79C
SC10589
FRONT BLADE GUARD
1
9
SC10572
RIGHT HANDLE
1
79D
SC10590
SPACER
4
SC83011
BALL BEARING 607ZZ
8
QTY
QTY
10
SC72046
POWER CORD
1
80
12
SC80712
ST4.2X12 PAN HD SELF SCR
2
81
SC82123
FLAT WASHER φ14Xφ7.5X1.5
4
13
SC80713
ST4.8X12 PAN HD SELF SCR
2
82
SC10591
ECCENTRIC SCREW
4
14
SC72047
TRIGGER SWITCH HY38C
1
83
SC10592
BAND SAW BASE
1
15
SC72048
SWITCH HY17-XX
1
84
SC10593
WASHER 21.8X14.5X0.5
1
16
SC80714
ST4.2X25 PAN HD SELF SCR
2
85
SC10594
DRIVEN WHEEL ASSY
1
17
SC72049
RED LEAD WIRE
1
86
SC10595
BIMETALLIC BLADE
1
18
SC72050
WHITE LEAD WIRE
1
87
SC10596
DOOR COVER
1
19
SC72051
WHITE LEAD WIRE
2
88
SC80718
M5X8 HEX SOC PAN HD SCR
5
20
SC80710
ST4.2X18 PAN HD SELF SCR
1
89
SC80712
ST4.2X12 PAN HD TAP SCR
2
21
SC72052
DIODE
1
90
SC10597
RIGHT HANDLE
1
SC10598
LEFT HANDLE
1
22
SC72053
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
91
23
SC72054
SWITCH KJD20-2
1
92
SC80717
M5X16 PAN HD SELF TAP SCR 2
24
SC72055
WHITE LEAD WIRE
1
93
SC10599
M10X43ADJUST SCREW
1
25
SC72056
WHITE LEAD WIRE
1
94
SC81116
M10 THIN NUT
1
26
SC10573
TERMINAL BLOCK COVER
1
95
SC84304
3x16 SPRING PIN
1
30
SC80715
M5X40 HEX SOC HD SCR
4
96
SC10600
LOCK HANDLE
1
1
30A
SC82118
M5 FLAT WASHER
4
97
SC10601
ECCENTRIC ADJUSTABLE SHAFT
30B
SC76058
SPEC. LABEL
1
98
SC10602
BRACKET FOR BEARING
1
31
SC10574
MOTOR HOUSING
1
99
SC10603
BRUSH
1
44
SC82707
WAVE WASHER 22x0.3
1
100
OR90079
M4 FLAT WASHER
1
45
SC83008
BALL BEARING 627ZZ
1
101
SC80719
M4x20 PAN HEAD SCR
1
46
SC10575
PRIMARI GEAR ASSY
1
102
SC82708
Φ10 WAVE SPRING WASHER
1
47
OR94786
BALL BEARING 6202 ZZ
1
108
SC10604
SPRING
2
49
SC82119
COPPER SEALING WASHER
3
109
SC10580
BRACKET BASE ASSY
1
50
SC10577
STRAIGHT GEAR ASSEMBLY
1
110
SC82709
∮8CIRCLIPS FOR SHAFT
1
51
SC82120
FLAT WASHER 11x8.2x0.5
1
111
SC10605
NYLON WASHER
1
52
SC83009
BEARINGS HK0810
1
112
SC10606
BUSH
2
54
SC83007
BEARINGS HK0609
1
113
SC10607
ADJUST PLATE
1
55
SC10578
DRIVING GEAR ASSEMBLY
1
114
SC82124
∮12*∮5.5*1FLAT WASHER
2
70
SC82121
φ8Xφ4.3X0.5FLAT WASHER
4
115
SC80717
M5X16 PAN HD TAP SCR
3
71
SC83010
BALL BEARING 624ZZ
2
116
SC10608
BUSH
1
72
SC10581
2
117
SC76059
WARNING LABEL
1
2
118
OR90311
M8 FLAT WASHER
1
73
SC10582
NEEDLE PIN 4X19.8
NEEDLE D=10x10
19
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
119
SC10609
120
QTY
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
DRIVEN WHEEL ASSY
1
226
OR90311
M8 FLAT WASHER
1
SC83012
NEEDLE BEARING
2
227
SC81118
M8 LOCK NUT
1
121
SC10610
DRIVEN SHAFT
1
228
SC10629
BASE FOOT
4
122
SC10611
NYLON WAHER
1
229
OR90248
M8 LOCK WASHER
4
123
SC10612
BUSH
1
230
SC80331
M8x20 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
124
SC80720
M8X12 PAN HD SCR
1
231
OR91758
M6x16 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
201
SC81117
M10 DOME NUT
1
232
SC10630
ECCENTRIC ADJUSTMENT
2
202
SC81116
M10 THIN FLAT WASHER
1
233
SC84305
¢6x14 PIN
2
202A
OR90647
M10 LOCK WASHER
1
234
SC10631
FLAT WASHER φ30Xφ10.5X0.5 1
203
SC82125
φ10 FLAT WASHER
2
235
SC76060
LABEL
1
204
SC10613
ROTATING SUPPORT
1
250
SC80334
M5X10 HEX SOC HD SCR
1
204A
SC80326
M6X10 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
251
SC10632
SLIDE BLOCK
1
204B
OR90502
M6 LOCK WASHER
1
252
SC10633
SPEED NUT
1
205
SC10614
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE ASSY 1
253
SC84306
6x32 SPRING PIN
1
206
SC80327
M8X25 HEX SOC HD SCR
1
254
SC10634
BRACKET
1
207
OR90307
M8 HEX NUT
1
255
SC10616
VICE SCREW ASS'Y
1
208
SC10618
TRUNNION SPRING
1
256
SC76061
LUBRICATE LABEL
1
209
SC82126
∮55x∮47x0.5 THICK WASHER
1
258
SC10635
VICE BASE
1
210
SC10619
∮14x∮10x18 SPACER
1
259
SC80332
M8X35 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
211
SC10620
ROTATING BRACKET
1
261
SC10636
CLAMP BLOCK
1
212
SC80326
M6X10 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
262
OR90502
M6 LOCK WASHER
2
213
SC80328
M10x80 HEX HD SCR
1
263
SC80333
M6X16 HEX SOC HD SCR
2
214
SC10621
SUPPORT PLATE
1
264
SC80718
M5x8 HEX PAN HEAD SCR
1
215
SC10144
LOCATING PIN
1
265
SC10637
WRENCH CLAMP
1
216
SC10145
COMPRESS SPRING
1
266
SC10615
T20 HEX WRENCH(100x23)
1
216A
SC10147
ADJUSTABLE SCREW
1
267
SC10638
VICE JAW
1
216B
SC10622
LOCK HANDLE
1
268
SC80722
M6X10 HEX SOC HEAD SCR 2
216C
SC85304
∮4 “E" RING
1
269
SC10639
STOP BAR CLAMP
1
217
SC80329
M4X6 ROUND HEAD SCR
1
270
OR90502
M6 LOCK WASHER
2
217A
SC10623
POINT
1
271
SC80335
M6X12 HEX HD SCREW
2
218
SC85305
∮6 "E" RING
1
272
OR90145
M5 LOCK WASHER
1
219
SC10624
" O "RING ¢5.15x1.8
1
280
SC81119
M14X1.5 HEX HALFMUT
2
220
SC10625
LOCK HANDLE
1
281
SC10640
STOP BAR BREAKET
1
221
SC80721
M5X10 HEX SOCKET HD SCR 3
282
SC80336
M6X30 HEX HD SCR
1
222
SC10626
SCALE
1
283
OR90060
M6 FLAT WASHER
1
223
SC10627
BASE
1
284
SC10641
KNOB
1
224
SC80330
M10x45 HEX HD SCR
1
285
SC10642
BAR
1
225
SC10628
PIVOT
1
20
QTY
NOTES
21
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