Model Number 50126SC/SG - Steel City Tool Works

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14" BAND SAW WITH CAST IRON / GRANITE TABLE
Model Number
50126SC/SG
STEEL CITY TOOL WORKS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SECTION 1
Warranty .................................................................................................................................................4
SECTION 2
Product Specifications ............................................................................................................................8
SECTION 3
Accessories and Attachments ................................................................................................................8
SECTION 4
Definition of Terms ..................................................................................................................................8
SECTION 5
Feature Identification ..............................................................................................................................9
SECTION 6
General Safety......................................................................................................................................10
SECTION 7
Product Safety ......................................................................................................................................12
SECTION 8
Electrical Requirements........................................................................................................................13
SECTION 9
Unpacking & Inventory..........................................................................................................................15
SECTION 10
Assembly ..............................................................................................................................................17
SECTION 11
Adjustments ..........................................................................................................................................21
SECTION 12
Operations ............................................................................................................................................26
SECTION 13
Maintenance .........................................................................................................................................28
SECTION 14
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................29
SECTION 15
Parts List...............................................................................................................................................30
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.
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WARRANTY
2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Steel City Tool Works, LLC (SCTW) warrants this SCTW machinery to be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period
of 2 years from the date of the original retail purchase by the original owner for domestic use. Granite components are warranted for
2 years based on normal use and is void if non SCTW accessories are used that cause the break or chip. Customer must advise
SCTW within 30 days for any damage or defect found upon receipt of the product to qualify for the warranty on granite.
The warranty does not cover any product used for professional or commercial production purpose nor for industrial or educational
applications. Such cases are covered by our 1 year Limited Warranty with the Conditions and Exceptions listed below.
Conditions and exception:
Warranty applies to the original buyer only and may not be transferred. Original proof of purchase is required.
Warranty does not include failures, breakage or defects deemed after inspection by an Authorized Service Center, (ASC) or agent of,
have been directly or indirectly caused by or resulting from improper use, lack of or improper maintenance, misuse or abuse,
negligence, accidents, damage in handling or transport, or normal wear and tear of any part or component.
Additionally, warranty is void if repairs or alterations are made to the machine by an unauthorized service center without the direct
consent of SCTW
Consumables such as blades, knives, bits and sandpaper are not covered.
Wear items such as drive belt, bearings, switch, are covered for 1 year.
To file a claim of warranty or to find a service center, call toll free 877-724-8665 or email customercare@steelcitytoolworks.net and
you must be able to present the original or photo copy of the sales receipt including the serial number from the machine and/or carton.
SCTW will inspect, repair or replace, at its expense and its option, any part that has proven to be defective in workmanship or
material, provided that the customer returns the product prepaid to a designated ASC and provides SCTW with a reasonable
opportunity to verify the alleged defect by inspection. SCTW will return the product or replacement at our expense unless it is
determined by us that there is no defect or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty in which case we
will, at your direction, dispose of or return the product. In the event you choose to have the product returned, you will be responsible
for the handling and shipping costs of the return.
SCTW furnishes the above warranties in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied. SCTW shall not be liable for any special,
indirect, incidental, punitive or consequential damages, including without limitation loss of profits arising from or related to the
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 and other part, loss of revenue
or profits, financing or interest charges, and claims by and third person, whether or not notice of such possible damages has been
given to SCTW. Damages or any kind for any delay by or failure of SCTW to perform its obligations under this agreement or 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 law of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, without regard to conflicts of law’s 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 and agreement including without
limitation this Warranty, shall take place in the federal or state courts in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Warranty registration card must be submitted to SCTW for purpose of proof within 90 days of purchase with a copy of the sales
receipt. Failure to do so will, revert the 2 year warranty to 1 year as in the terms stated above. This registration is also needed to
facilitate contact in case of a safety recall.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary in certain States or Provinces.
Note to user
This instruction manual is meant to serve as a guide only. Specification and references are subject to change without prior notice.
Check the website www.steelcitytoolworks.com for updated manuals with reference to the VER# located on the front page.
LIMITED WARRANTY – ACCU-SHOP line of bench top tools
Steel City Tool Works, LLC (SCTW) warrants this SCTW ACCU-SHOP machinery to be free of defects in workmanship and materials
for a period of 2 years from the date of the original retail purchase by the original owner for domestic use.
Consumables such as blades, knives, bits and sandpaper are not covered.
Wear items such as drive belt, bearings, switch, are covered for 1 year.
The warranty does not cover any product used for professional or commercial production purpose nor for industrial or educational
applications. Such cases are covered by our 30 days Limited Warranty with the Conditions and Exceptions listed previously.
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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.
Where did you purchase your STEEL CITY machine?
Store: ____________________________________________
City:______________________________________________
2.
How did you first learn of Steel City Tool Works?
___ Advertisement
___ Mail Order Catalog
___ Web Site
___ Friend
___ Local Store
Other_______________________
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Which of the following magazines
___ American Woodworker
––– Cabinetmaker
___ Fine Homebuilding
___ Journal of Light Construction
___ Popular Mechanics
___ Popular Woodworking
___ WOOD
___ WOODEN Boat
___ Woodsmith
___ Woodworker
___ Workbench
What is your age group?
___ 20 to 29 years
___ 40 to 49 years
___ 60 to 69 years
9.
How many Steel City machines do you own? _____________
11. Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___ Belt Sander
___ Belt / Disc Sander
___ Drill Press
___ Band Saw
___ Grinder
___ Mini Jointer
___ Mini Lathe
___ Scroll Saw
___ Spindle / Belt Sander
Other______________________
do you subscribe to?
___ American How-To
___ Family Handyman
___ Fine Woodworking
___ Old House Journal
___ Popular Science
___ Today’s Homeowner
___ Woodcraft
___ Woodshop News
___ Woodwork
___ Woodworker’s Journal
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
___ Drill / Driver
___ Miter Saw
___ Orbital Sander
___ Palm Sander
___ Portable Thickness Planer
___ Saber Saw
___ 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__________________________________________
What is your annual household
___ $20,000 to $29,999
___ $40,000 to $49,999
___ $60,000 to $69,999
___ $80,000 to $89,999
How would you rank your woodworking skills?
___ Simple
___ Intermediate
___ Advance
___ Master Craftsman
10. What stationary woodworking tools do you own?
Check all that apply.
___ Air Compressor
___ Band Saw
___ Drill Press
___ Drum Sander
___ Dust Collection
___ Horizontal Boring Machine
___ Jointer
___ Lathe
___ Mortiser
___ Panel Saw
___ Planer
___ Power Feeder
___ Radial Arm Saw
___ Shaper
___ Spindle Sander
___ Table Saw
___ Vacuum Veneer Press
___ Wide Belt Sander
Other____________________________________________
Product Description:_____________________________________
Model No.: ___________________________________________
Serial No. _____________________________________________
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8.
14. What new accessories would you like to see added?
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
income?
___ $30,000 to $39,999
___ $50,000 to $59,999
___ 70,000 to $79,999
___ $90,000 +
15. Do you think your purchase represents good value?
___Yes
___ No
16. Would you recommend STEEL CITY products to a friend?
___ Yes
___ No
___ 30 to 39 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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SteelCityToolWorks
4 Northpoint Court
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
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Cutting Capacity(height)
Cutting Capacity(width)
Blade Length
Blade Speed
Minimum Blade Width
Maximum Blade Width
Table Size
Table Tilt
Table Height from Floor
Wheel Diameter
Dust Port Size
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
6"
14"
93-1/2"
2500 SFPM
1/8"
3/4"
14" x 14"
45R, 3L
42.13"
14"
2.5"
Footprint
Width
Depth
Height
Net Weight
SHIPPING DIMENSIONS:
MOTOR
Horsepower
Amps
Volts
Phase
Hertz
RPM
16.14 " x 24.41"
25.6"
16.14"
66.14"
200 lbs
3/4 HP
10 / 5A
120 / 240V
single
60Hz
1725
Carton Type
Width
Depth
Height
Gross Weight
cardboard carton
44.5"
21.3"
23"
213.3 lbs.
ACCESSORIES: (Optional, Sold Separately)
- 50415G Fence Assy
Carton Type: cardboard carton
Width(29") x Depth (8.3") x Height(5.1")
Gross Weight: 14.0 lbs
- 50126R Riser Block Assy
Carton Type: cardboard carton
Width(24") x Depth(12.4") x Height(5.4")
Gross Weight: 17.8lbs
There are a variety of accessories available for your Steel City Product. For more information on
any accessories associated with this and other machines, please contact your nearest Steel City
distributor, or visit our website at: www.steelcitytoolworks.com.
Blade drift- A problem that may occur when the blade
begins to wander off the cutting line.
Ripping - Cutting lengthwise down the workpiece with
the grain of the wood.
Crosscutting- Cutting across the grain of the workpiece.
Set - Refers to the way in which the saw teeth are ben
tor positioned.
Guide Bearings - Located on either side of the blade,
providing stability for blade while in operation
Tracking- refers to the position of the saw blade on the
wheels while the machine is running.
Resaw- The process of slicing stock to reduce its
thickness.
Thrust Bearing- Located behind the saw blade, providing support to the back of the blade when the saw isin
operation.
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FEATURE IDENTIFICATION
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A. Power Switch
B. Table
C. Blade Guard
D. Post Guide
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GENERAL SAFETY
!
WARNING
!
WARNING
TO AVOID serious injury and damage to the machine,
read and follow all Safety and Operating Instructions
before assembling and operating this machine.
This manual is not totally comprehensive. It does not
and can not convey every possible safety and operational problem which may arise while using this
machine. The manual will cover many of the basic and
specific safety procedures needed in an industrial environment.
Exposure to the dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities
may cause serious and permanent respiratory or
other injury, including silicosis (a serious lung disease), cancer, and death. Avoid breathing the dust,
and avoid prolonged contact with dust. The dust
may contain chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
All federal and state laws and any regulations having
jurisdiction covering the safety requirements for use of
this machine take precedence over the statements in
this manual. Users of this machine must adhere to all
such regulations.
Some examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints.
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other
masonry products.
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated
lumber.
Below is a list of symbols that are used to attract your
attention to possible dangerous conditions.
!
This is the international safety alert symbol. It is used
to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey
all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
!
Always operate tool in well ventilated area and provide for proper dust removal. Use a dust collection
system along with an air filtration system whenever
possible. Always use properly fitting NIOSH/OSHA
approved respiratory protection appropriate for the
dust exposure, and wash exposed areas with soap
and water.
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury.
!
1. To avoid serious injury and damage to the machine,
read the entire User Manual before assembly and
operation of this machine.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury.
!
CAUTION
!
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.
CAUTION
2. ALWAYS wear eye protection. Any machine can
throw debris into the eyes during operations,
which could cause severe and permanent eye
damage. Everyday eyeglasses are NOT safety
glasses. ALWAYS wear Safety Goggles (that
comply with ANSI standard Z87.1) when operating power tools.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper operation of the machine.
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!
11. DO NOT FORCE the machine to perform an operation for which it was not designed. It will do a safer
and higher quality job by only performing operations
for which the machine was intended.
WARNING
12. DO NOT stand on a machine. Serious injury could
result if it tips over or you accidentally contact any
moving part.
3. ALWAYS wear hearing protection. Plain cotton is
not an acceptable protective device. Hearing
equipment should comply with ANSI S3.19
Standards.
!
13. DO NOT store anything above or near the machine.
14. DO NOT operate any machine or tool if under the
influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication.
WARNING
15. EACH AND EVERY time, check for damaged parts
prior to using any machine. Carefully check all
guards to see that they operate properly, are not
damaged, and perform their intended functions.
Check for alignment, binding or breakage of all
moving parts. Any guard or other part that is damaged should be immediately repaired or replaced.
4. ALWAYS wear a NIOSH/OSHA approved dust
mask to prevent inhaling dangerous dust or airborne particles.
16. Ground all machines. If any machine is supplied
with a 3-prong plug, it must be plugged into a
3-contact electrical receptacle. The third prong is
used to ground the tool and provide protection
against accidental electric shock. DO NOT remove
the third prong.
5. ALWAYS keep the work area clean, well lit, and
organized. DO NOT work in an area that has slippery floor surfaces from debris, grease, and wax.
6. ALWAYS unplug the machine from the electrical
receptacle before making adjustments, changing
parts or performing any maintenance.
17. Keep visitors and children away from any machine.
DO NOT permit people to be in the immediate work
area, especially when the machine is operating.
7. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure that
the power switch is in the “OFF” position before
plugging in the power cord to the electrical
receptacle.
!
18. KEEP protective guards in place and in working
order.
19. MAINTAIN your balance. DO NOT extend yourself
over the tool. Wear oil resistant rubber soled shoes.
Keep floor clear of debris, grease, and wax.
WARNING
20. MAINTAIN all machines with care. ALWAYS KEEP
machine clean and in good working order. KEEP all
blades and tool bits sharp.
21. NEVER leave a machine running, unattended. Turn
the power switch to the OFF position. DO NOT
leave the machine until it has come to a complete
stop.
8. AVOID a dangerous working environment. DO
NOT use electrical tools in a damp environment
or expose them to rain or moisture.
!
22. REMOVE ALL MAINTENANCE TOOLS from the
immediate area prior to turning the machine ON.
WARNING
23. SECURE all work. When it is possible, use clamps
or jigs to secure the workpiece. This is safer than
attempting to hold the workpiece with your hands.
9. CHILDPROOF THE WORKSHOP AREA by
removing switch keys, unplugging tools from the
electrical receptacles, and using padlocks.
24. STAY ALERT, watch what you are doing, and use
common sense when operating any machine. DO
NOT operate any machine tool while tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication. A
moment of inattention while operating power tools
may result in serious personal injury.
10. DO NOT use electrical tools in the presence of
flammable liquids or gasses.
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25. USE ONLY recommended accessories. Use of
incorrect or improper accessories could cause serious injury to the operator and cause damage to the
machine. If in doubt, DO NOT use it.
28. SAVE these instructions and refer to them frequently and use them to instruct other users.
29. Information regarding the safe and proper operation
of this tool is also available from the following
sources:
26. THE USE of extension cords is not recommended
for 230V equipment. It is better to arrange the
placement of your equipment and the installed
wiring to eliminate the need for an extension cord.
If an extension cord is necessary, refer to the chart
in the Grounding Instructions section to determine
the minimum gauge for the extension cord. The
extension cord must also contain a ground wire and
plug pin.
Power Tool Institute
1300 Summer Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2851
www.powertoolinstitute.org
National Safety Council
1121 Spring Lake Drive
Itasca, IL 60143-3201
27. Wear proper clothing, DO NOT wear loose clothing,
gloves, neckties, or jewelry. These items can get
caught in the machine during operations and pull
the operator into the moving parts. Users must
wear a protective cover on their hair, if the hair is
long, to prevent it from contacting any moving parts.
American National Standards Institute
25West 43rd. St, 4th Floor
New York, NY. 10036
ANSI 01.1 Safety Requirements
For Woodworking Machines
WWW.ANSI.ORG
U.S. Department of Labor Regulations
OSHA 1910.213 Regulations
WWW.OSHA.GOV
PRODUCT SAFETY
5. STOP using this machine, if at any time you
experience difficulties in performing any operation.
Contact your supervisor, instructor or machine
service center immediately.
1. Serious personal injury may occur if normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored. Accidents
are frequently caused by lack of familiarity or failure
to pay attention. Obtain advice from supervisor,
instructor, or another qualified individual who is
familiar with this machine and its operations.
6. Safety decals are on this machine to warn and
direct you to how to protect yourself or visitors from
personal injury. These decals MUST be maintained
so that they are legible. REPLACE decals that are
not legible.
2. Every work area is different. Always consider safety first, as it applies to your work area. Use this
machine with respect and caution. Failure to do so
could result in serious personal injury and damage
to the machine.
7. DO NOT leave the unit plugged into the electrical
outlet. Unplug the unit from the outlet when not in
use and before servicing, performing maintenance
tasks, or cleaning.
3. Prevent electrical shock. Follow all electrical and
safety codes, including the National Electrical Code
(NEC) and the Occupational Safety and Health
Regulations (OSHA). All electrical connections and
wiring should be made by qualified personnel only.
!
8. ALWAYS turn the power switch “OFF” before
unplugging the bandsaw.
!
WARNING
WARNING
9. DO NOT handle the plug or bandsaw with
wet hands.
4. TO REDUCE the risk of electrical shock. DO
NOT use this machine outdoors. DO NOT
expose to rain or moisture. Store indoors in a
dry area.
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10. USE accessories only recommended by Steel City.
19. ADJUST all blade guides as specifided in the
operating instructions.
11. DO NOT pull the bandsaw by the power cord. NEVER
allow the power cord to come in contact with sharp
edges, hot surfaces, oil or grease.
20. ADJUST the upper guide to a point about 1/4”
above the workpiece being cut.
12. DO NOT unplug the bandsaw by pulling on the power
cord. ALWAYS grasp the plug, not the cord.
21. DO NOT cut work pieces that do not have a flat
bottom without properly supporting the piece to
maintain a stable position.
13. REPLACE a damaged cord immediately. DO NOT use
a damaged cord or plug. DO NOT USE if the band saw
is not operating properly, or has been damaged, left
outdoors or has been in contact with water.
22. KEEP hand and fingers away from blade.
23. HOLD workpiece firmly and use a moderate feed
speed.
14. DO NOT use the bandsaw as a toy. DO NOT use near
or around children.
24. MAKE “relief” cuts before cutting curves.
25. TURN OFF machine before backing the workpiece
out of an incomplete cut.
15. ENSURE that the machine sits firmly on the floor before
using. If the machine wobbles or is unstable, correct the
problem by using shims or blocks prior to operation.
26. TURN OFF the machine before removing scrap
Pieces.
16. MATCH the blade type and size to the workpiece
being cut.
27. With the machine TURNED OFF, clean dust
build-up around lower blade guides regularly.
17. MAKE SURE that the blade tension is set appropriately for the size of blade being used.
18. MAKE SURE that the blade is tracking properly by
manually turning the wheels before starting the machine.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
The switch provided with your saw is a dual voltage
capable switch, meaning it is designed to function at
either 120 or 240 volts. The switch and saw come
prewired for 120 volt operation. If you decide to convert
the saw to 240V, you will have to replace the 120 volt
plug on the switch with a UL/CSA Listed plug, suitable
for 240 volts. The bandsaw with a 240 volt plug should
only be connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug. No adapter is available or should be
used with the 230 volt plug. Once the modification has
been made to the plug of the switch, be sure to follow the
instructions under CHANGING MOTOR VOLTAGE for
changing the motor voltage from 120 volt to 240 volt in the
ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual.
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120
240
120/240
240
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UNPACKING & INVENTORY
Remove any protective materials and coatings from all
of the parts and the bandsaw. After cleaning, apply a
good quality paste wax to any unpainted surfaces.
Make sure to buff out the wax before assembly.
Compare the items to inventory figures; verify that all
items are accounted for before discarding the shipping
box.
Check shipping carton and machine for damage before
unpackaging. Carefully remove packaging materials,
parts and machine from shipping carton. Always check
for and remove protective shipping materials around
motors and moving parts. Lay out all parts on a clean
work surface.
If any parts are missing, do not attempt to plug in the
power cord and turn “ON” the machine. The machine
should only be turned “ON” after all the parts have been
obtained and installed correctly. For missing parts,
contact Steel City at 1-877-SC4-TOOL.
E. CABINET REAR DOOR
F. CABINET FRONT DOOR
G. CABINET RIGHTSIDE PLATE
H. CABINET LEFTSIDE PLATE
A. V-Belt
B. ACCESS PANEL
C. PULLEY COVER
D. CABINET TOP PLATE
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I. TABLE
J. DUST CHUTE
K. PEDAL
L. OPEN END WRENCH
M. 4mm ALLEN WRENCH
N. 3mm ALLEN WRENCH
O. 2.5mm ALLEN WRENCH
P. KEY SWITCH
Q. TABLE INSERT
R. LEVELING FOOT (2)
S. TABLE LOCKING KNOB (2)
T. M8X40mm HEX HEAD SCREW (4)
U. SPRING WASHER M8 (4)
V. FLAT WASHER M8 (4)
W.HEX HD FLANGE SCREW
M6X12mm (4)
X. PAN HD SCR TAP M4.8XP1.6X16L (2)
Y. HEX SOC HD SCR M6X16 (16)
Z. SPRING WASHER M6 (16)
AA. HEX HD FLANGE SCREW M6X12 (8)
BB. HEX FLANGE NUT M6 (8)
CC. BOLT RD HD SQU NECK M8x16 (2)
DD. HEX FLANGE NUT M8 (2)
EE. SCR HEX SOC BUT HD M5x10 (2)
FF. MOTOR FIXED ROD (1)
with RETAINING RING, EXT 12 (1)
GG. HEX HD SCREW M8X75 (1)
with HEX NUT M8 (1)
HH. DAMPING WASHER (1)
II. SCR HEX SOC INNER HD M5X10 (5)
JJ. CABLE CLAMP GCL-5/16S (1)
KK. COTTER PIN (1)
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ASSEMBLY
CABINET ASSEMBLY
3. Using 2pcs M8x16mm Carriage bolt (J) and 2pcs Hex
Flange Nut to lock the Rotation Wheel Assy (K). SEE
FIG. 3
FIG.3
1. Fix the motor on the top plate using Motor fixed rod (A)
that with Φ12 ring and cotter pin(B). Using M5X12mm Pan
head screw(C) and cable clamp(D) to fix the motor power
cord(E). SEE FIG. 1
FIG.1
4. Fix Front Door Plate / Rear Door Plate onto Cabinet :
using 16pcs Hex Soc HD SCR M6X16mm(N) and 16pcs
Spring Washer M6 to lock the Front Door Plate(L) and
Rear Door Plate(M). SEE FIG.4
FIG.4
2. Fasten the RIGHTSIDE PLATE(F) and LEFTSIDE
PLATE(G) using 8pcs M6x12mm Hex HD Flange Screw(I)
and 8pcs M6 Hex Head Flange Nut. Then, fasten 2pcs M8
nuts onto each leveling feet (H). SEE FIG.2
FIG.2
Take care to support the motor when turning the base
right side up. Failure to do so can cause the motor to
slam into the side of the cabinet damaging the motor,
cabinet or both.
16
ATTACHING BAND SAW TO BASE
INSTALLING BELT
AND BELT GUARD
1. Install Belt by “walking” the belt onto the Band saw
Pulley (B) and the Motor pulley (C). SEE FIG.6
FIG. 6
1. Place the bandsaw on top of the base making sure
to line up the four holes in the base with the four
Holes in the casting of the bandsaw.
NOTE: When placing the bandsaw on the base, make
sure that the exposed pulley (A) and the cutout (B) in
the base are on the same side. SEE FIG. 5.
FIG.5
2. Fasten the bandsaw to the base using four M8
x40mm Hex head screws, four M8 flat washers, and
four M8 lock washers.
17
2. Once the belt is installed, confirm that the pulleys
are aligned using a straight edge on the outer face
of both pulleys. SEE FIG.7. If an adjustment is
necessary, please loosen 2 set screws, move pulley
into alignment and secure the 2 set screws.
SEE FIG.7-1
tension is achieved, tighten hex nut from step 3 until it
bottoms out against the base.
Fig.8
Fig.7
F
E
G
6. Fasten the pulley cover (H) to the bandsaw using the
4pcs pan head flange screws. SEE FIG. 9.
7. Install the Access Panel using 4pcs M5X10mm Hex
head cap screws(I). SEE FIG. 9.
Fig.9
FIG.7-1
3. Install one M8 Hex Nut (E) onto the motor
tensioning bolt (F) and thread the bolt into the base
of the bandsaw. SEE FIG. 8.
4. Once the tensioning bolt is installed, push the
dampening washer(G) onto the end of bolt
H
I
5. Tighten the motor tensioning bolt until it can comes
in contact with the motor plate. Continue tightening
until there is about 1” deflection in the belt when
squeezed at its midpoint. Once the correct belt
18
3. Position the two threaded bolts so that they line up
with the holes in the trunnion. Once the bolts are
through the holes, fasten the table using the two
Table lock knobs (B). SEE FIG. 11.
MOUNTING THE TABLE
Fig.11
1. To install the dust chute(A) onto lower door cover
using 2pcs M4.8X16mm screws. SEE FIG.10-1
FIG.10-1
A
B
2. Feed the blade through the slot in the table.
SEE FIG.10
Fig. 10
3. Once the blade reaches the center hole of the table,
rotate the table 90 degrees so that the
miter slot is towards the right of the machine.
19
B
ADJUSTMENT
TABLE TILT
SETTING BLADE TENSION
The blade tension is set by using the blade tension knob.
It MUST be set prior to initial operation as it plays a vital
role in setup of other features of the band-saw. It should
also be checked when the blade is replaced, and from
time to time as the blade will stretch after prolonged use.
Keep in mind that putting too much or too little tension
can cause either blade break-age (too much pressure) or
poor cutting results (too little pressure).
The table on your bandsaw is designed to tilt up to 45
degrees to the right and up to 3 degrees to the left. To
tilt the table:
1. Loosen both lock knobs (A) on the underside of the
Table. SEE FIG. 12.
Fig.12
1. Set the blade tension by rotating the knob (A).
Turning the knob clockwise increases the tension
while turning the handwheel counterclockwise
decreases the tension. SEE FIG.14
B
A
Fig.14
A
A
2. Tilt the table to the right noted that the scale
(B) shows the angle of the table.
3. Re-tighten lock knobs when desired angle is
achieved.
NOTE: This positive stop bolt (C) used to adjust table to
match the blade at 90 degrees. SEE FIG. 13.
Fig.13
20
2. As you rotate the knob you will notice a red
marker(C) on the inside of the scale. This is to be
used as a guideline for the blade tension depending
on the width of the blade. For example if you are
using a 1/8” blade, align the red marker inside the
scale with the 1/8” mark on the outside of the scale.
SEE FIG. 15.
3. If the blade does not ride on the center of the wheel,
or starts to move towards the edge of the wheel,
loosen the wingnut (A) and turn the tracking
adjustment knob (B). SEE FIG. 16.
Fig.16
Fig.15
A
C
B
NOTE: The scale is only a recommended guideline for
tensioning. Always follow the blade manufacturer’s recommendations for proper blade tension.
NOTICE: When using the tracking adjustment knob, do
so in small increments as this is a sensitive adjustment.
NOTE: When the bandsaw is not in use, it is a good
idea to release the tension on the blade using the knob.
4. Rotate the wheel again. Repeat steps 2 through 4
until the blade rides on the center of the wheel.
BLADE TRACKING
5. Once proper tracking is achieved, close and secure
the upper door and retighten wing nut loosened
In step 3.
Blade tracking refers to the way the saw blade rides on the
wheels while the machine is in operation. This adjustment has
been set at the factory, but it is good practice to check the
tracking each time before using the machine. Tracking should
also be checked after a blade change.
1. Open the upper door exposing the top wheel of the
bandsaw.
2. Rotate the wheel clockwise, by hand, and take note
of the position of the blade on the wheel. The blade
should ride on the center of the wheel.
21
3. Place a gage on the tabletop and up against the
saw blade. SEE FIG.19.
ADJUSTING TABLE
POSITIVE STOPS
Fig.19
DO NOT attempt to set the positive stops until you have
checked and/ or adjusted both the blade tension and
blade tracking. Refer to SETTING BLADE TENSION
And BLADE TRACKING in the ADJUSTMENTS section
of this manual.
SETTING 90 DEGREE STOP
1. Loosen both table locking knobs (A). SEE FIG 17.
Fig.17
4.
5. Loosen Hex Nut (C) and adjust the 90 degree
positive stop (B) until it contacts the underside of the
table. Retighten Hex Nut. SEE FIG. 18.
A
D
If an adjustment is necessary, tilt the table until it is square
to the blade and tighten the two lock knobs. SEE FIG.19
6. Adjust pointer on the bevel scale (D) to read zero, if
necessary. SEE FIG. 18.
A
2. Let the table rest against the 90 degree stop (B).
SEE FIG.18
SETTING 45 DEGREE STOP
Fig. 18
1. Loosen the table lock knobs (A). SEE FIG. 17.
2. Tilt the table until the pointer on the bevel scale
lines up at the 45 degree mark.
3. The 45 degree positive stop (E) should contact the
table at this point. SEE FIG. 18.
4. If an adjustment is necessary, loosen the hex nut on
the 45 degree stop and adjust stop until it contacts
the table when the bevel scale reads 45 degrees.
5. Once the stop is set, retighten the hex nut.
22
UPPER BEARING ADJUSTMENT
LOWER BEARING ADJUSTMENT
NOTICE: Make certain that you have followed all of the
steps in the SETTING BLADE TENSION section in the
ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual prior to starting
this section.
1. Loosen adjust nut (A) and slide thrust bearing(B)
until it is within .003 of the saw blade. Again, this is
about the thickness of a dollar bill. Once the thrust
bearing is set, retighten adjust nut . SEE FIG. 21.
Fig.21
1. Loosen adjust nut (A) and slide thrust bearing (B)
until it is within .003 of the saw blade. This is
equivalent to about the thickness of a dollar bill.
Once the thrust bearing is set, retighten adjust nut
SEE FIG. 20.
A
B
Fig.20
D
B
F
A
C
E
D
2. The block guides (E) should be positioned within
1/32” of the saw blade. If an adjustment is necessary, loosen thumbscrew (C) and adjust nuts (D)
until each block guide is within 1/32” of the blade.
Each block guide (E) is controlled separately by
the M6x10mm Hex soc set screw (F) with 3mm
allen wrench directly.
C
E
F
3. Once block guides and thrust bearing are set,
make certain that all thumbscrews and adjust nuts
are re-tightened.
2. The block guide (E) should be positioned within
1/32” of the blade. If an adjustment is necessary,
loosen thumbscrew (C) and adjust knob (D) until the
block guide is within 1/32” of the blade. Use this
process for the left and right block guides. Thumb
screw(F) in FIG.20 is used to hold the blocks in
place. Loosen and move if necessary to achieve
1/32" to the blade, and then tighten.
3. Once block guides and thrust bearing are set, make
certain that all thumbscrews are re-tightened.
23
BELT TENSION
CHANGING MOTOR VOLTAGE
Belt tension is adjusted using the Motor Tensioning Bolt.
It should be adjusted on initial setup and when the belt is
replaced. It should also be checked periodically as the belt
may stretch after time. Correct belt tension is achieved when
there is 1” or less deflection in the belt when squeezed at it’s
midpoint.
The motor supplied with your bandsaw is a dual
voltage120 / 240V motor. The motor comes prewired
from the factory for 120 volt operation. To change to 240
volt operation, in addition to the following steps, it is
necessary to replace the existing 120V plug with a
UL/CSA listed plug (not included) suitable for 240V and
the rated amperage of the motor. The saw should only
then be connected to an outlet having the same
configuration as the plug. No adapter is available or
should be used with a 240V plug.
1. To adjust the belt tension, first remove the pulley
cover by removing the four screws that fasten it to
the bandsaw. Please refer to page 18 instruction for
pulley cover install and removal.
2. Check belt tension by squeezing it at the point just
where it exits the base. SEE FIG. 22.
1. Remove the junction box cover from the motor and
follow the wiring diagram on the inside of the cover
for 240V operation.
Fig.22
2. Replace junction box cover.
3. The START/ STOP switch does NOT need to be
Modified.
B
A
3. If an adjustment is necessary, loosen Hex Nut (A)
and Tighten Motor Tensioning Bolt (B). until the
proper tension is achieved.
4. Once the correct tension is achieved, retighten Hex
Nut.
BLADE DRIFT
Blade drift occurs when the blade begins to wander off
the cutting line. It can be caused by several factors.
• Incorrect Blade Tension
• Wrong Blade Type
• Dull Blade
If you experience blade drift, check the appropriate
adjustments first. If this does not correct the problem, the
blade may have to be replaced. See BLADE
REPLACEMENT in the MAINTENANCE section of this
manual for more information.
24
OPERATION
PRE RUN CHECK
Before you begin using your new bandsaw, you should
give it a thorough inspection and ask yourself the following questions:
1.Are the blade bearings properly adjusted?
2.Is the blade tension and blade tracking properly set?
3.Is the unit stable, does it rock or wobble?
4.Have you read all the warnings associated with this
saw?
BLADE GUARD HEIGHT
The blade guard height is set by loosening the thumbscrew (A)and then push the Bracket support (B). The
guard should set no higher than 1/4” above your
workpiece during use.
Fig.23
A
B
25
BLADE SELECTION
PITCH
Using the proper saw blade for the job you are performing will optimize the efficiency of your bandsaw and
increase the quality of your work. There are some
basic questions that apply when determining which
type of blade to use.
The unit of measure for pitch is teeth per inch. A fine
pitch, meaning having more teeth per inch, will deliver
a smoother cut, but will take a longer time to complete.
A coarse pitch, meaning having fewer teeth per inch,
will cut much faster, but leave a rougher finish. A good
rule of thumb is the thicker the workpiece, the coarser
the pitch should be.
• What type of material is to be cut?
• How thick is the workpiece?
• What features does the workpiece contain, i.e. bends,
curves, etc.?
TOOTH SHAPE
Tooth shapes come in several basic types. Three of
them are hook, skip, and variable. Skip and hook types
are used to help obtain a higher feed rate when cutting
thick workpieces, while variable combines the features
of two types of blades.
These questions will help you with determining which
type of blade to use. The type of blade is determined
by 5 features. They are:
1. Blade width
2. Pitch
3. Tooth shape
SET
4. Set
The term “set” refers to the way that the saw teeth are
bent or positioned. Set patterns are selected depending on the type of material being cut.
5. Blade material
BLADE WIDTH
Blades for the bandsaw are available in different standard widths. This width is measured from the rear of
the blade to the tip of the tooth. In general, a wider
blade is used for ripping and generally straight line
cuts. The narrower blades are mainly used for cutting
a workpiece with curves and bends.
BLADE MATERIAL
Bandsaw blades can be made from different types of
materials. Some common materials are carbon steel,
spring steel, and high speed steel.
26
MAINTENANCE
Fig.24
A
GENERAL CLEANUP
•Keep the bearing guides clean and free of buildup of
pitch, resin, etc.
•Remove any deposits from the wheels to help avoid
vibration and premature blade breakage
•Keep the inside of bandsaw clear of sawdust.
Occasionally vacuum out the inside of the unit or blowout
the inside of the unit with an air hose.
•Clean and grease the raising /lowering mechanism if the
unit becomes difficult to move
REPLACING POLY-V BELT
INSTALLING / CHANGING BLADES
1. Remove the Motor Access Panel and the Pulley
Cover. Please refer to page 18 instructions for pulley
cover install and removal.
1. Remove the table insert and take the tension off of
the blade by rotating the Knob (A) clockwise. SEE
FIG. 24. If you have cast iron table, remove the taper
pin (OR73567) and reinstall after blade is changed.
2. Loosen the M8 Hex Nut (A) and the Motor
Tensioning Bolt (B) to take tension off of the belt.
SEE FIG. 25.
2. Open both the upper and lower doors of the bandsaw.
Fig.25
3. Carefully remove the blade from between the upper
and lower guides and remove the blade from both of
the wheels. Slide the blade through the slot in the
table to remove the old blade.
4. Guide the new blade through the table slot and place
into the blade guides and onto the center of the
upper and lower wheels.
NOTICE: The blade teeth MUST point downward and
towards the front of the saw.5.Replace the table insert.
5. Replace the table insert.
27
28
PARTS
29
KEY PART
NO. NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8A
9
10
11
12
13
14
14A
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
23A
25
26
27
28
28A
28B
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
41A
41B
41C
42
42A
43
43B
43A
45
47
48
50
51
51A
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
60A
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
69A
69B
SC10800
SC10801
OR74430
OR74428
SC10802
OR74427
OR74423
SC10803
OR90222
OR74434
OR74435
OR74432
SC10804
OR74429
SC80104
OR90509
OR90222
SC10805
OR93552
OR74424
OR74425
OR74426
OR73563
SC10806
OR73567
OR74438
OR94331
OR73565
OR74257
OR91758
OR90502
OR90059
OR74439
OR90307
OR91755
SC10807
SC10808
SC80728
SC10809
SC10810
OR74431
SC10812
OR73572
OR90135
OR74259
OR90235
OR74440
OR93370
SC80729
OR90509
OR92174
OR94840
OR90248
OR74258
OR72914
OR74442
OR94829
OR94851
OR94850
OR73570
OR74448
OR74446
OR74445
OR74447
OR74450
OR74451
OR74490
OR90308
OR90248
OR91817
SC10813
SC84510
SC10814
SC10815
OR90075
OR94827
SC10816
OR93891
OR90248
OR90311
DESCRIPTION
UPPER FRAME
LOCKING KNOB
GUIDE BLOCK
BALL BEARING 6200zz
LONGER SPACER
SHORTER SPACER
GUIDE POST
BLOCK JUNCTION BRACKET
NYLOCK HEX SOC SET SCREW M6x10
HEX SOC SET SCR M8x40
MICRO ADJUST NUT
THUMB SCREW M6x12
GUARD BLADE UPPER
FLAT WASHER
HEX SOC HD SCR M6x10
SPRING WASHER M6
HEX SOC SET SCR M6x10
BRACKET SLIDE UPPER
HEX SOC SET SCR M6x8
HEX SOC SET SCR M10x8
SPRING COIL
STEEL BALL ∮8.0mm
TABLE INSERT
CAST IRON TABLE FOR 50126SC/50125C/50125(C)
TAPER PIN
GRANITE TABLE FOR 50126SG/50126G/50125(G)
HEX HD SCREW M10x50
CLAMP SHOE
TRUNNION
HEX SOC HD SCR M6x18
SPRING WASHER M6
SPECIAL WASHER
HEX HD SCREW M8X50
HEX NUT M8
HEX SOC HD SCR M6X12
HINGE
GUARD REAR DUST CHUTE
PAN HD SCREW M3xP0.5x6L
DOWN BRACKET
GUARD FRONT DUST CHUTE
UPPER BRACKET
KNOB LOCKING TABLE
POINTER
PAN HD SCREW M4x6
TURNNION SUPPORT
HEX NUT M6
HEX SOC HD SCR M6X30
LOCK NUT M6
SCR HEX SOC BUT HD M6x12
SPRING WASHER M6
HEX SOC HD SCR M8X30
HEX SOC HD SCR M8X35
SPRING WASHER M8
SCALE
V_BELT(A-965)
PULLEY
EXT RETAINING RING ∮20
BALL BEARING 6204zz
WAVE WASHER
PIN
HEX HD SCREW M18xP2.5x70
SPRING WASHER ∮19
FLAT WASHER ∮19x∮36x3t
HEX NUT M18xP2.5
HINGE LOWER
SCR HEX SOC BUT HD M5xP0.8x10L
BRUSH WHEEL
HEX HD SCREW M8X20
SPRING WASHER M8
SPECIAL WASHER ∮8.3×∮25×3.5
LOWER WHEEL SHAFT
KEY 6x6x28L
BASE
LOWER WHEEL
BALL BEARING 6202-2RS
INT RET RING ∮35
UPPER WHEEL
HEX HD SCREW M8X40
SPRING WASHER M8
FLAT WASHER 8
QTY.
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
3
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
6
6
6
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
4
4
4
KEY PART
NO. NO.
70
71
72
73
74
75
75A
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
90-1
91
92
93
94
94A
95
95-1
95-2
95-3
96
97
98
99
100
101
101A
102
104
104A
104B
105
106
108B
108C
109
109A
110
111
117
118
119
121
122
123
123A
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
141
142
143
145
30
OR74411
SC10817
N/A
SC10818
SC10819
OR74412
OR90077
SC10820
OR73589
SC10821
SC10822
SC10823
SC10824
SC80730
SC10825
OR92174
OR90248
SC10826
OR74413
OR94618
SC10827
OR74457
OR91793
OR74458
SC10828
OR74465
SC10829
OR94206
N/A
SC10830
OR74415
SC84308
OR74416
OR73539
OR74418
OR72063
SC72062
OR91756
OR90145
SC10831
SC10832
OR74421
OR90145
SC80731
OR95117
OR90304
OR74460
OR74469
OR74421
SC10833
SC80732
SC10834
SC10835
SC10836
OR93374
SC82136
OR74451
OR90145
OR90053
OR90507
N/A
SC10837
OR74436
SC80432
OR90230
SC10838
N/A
N/A
N/A
OR90289
OR90290
OR90291
OR74491
DESCRIPTION
TIRE
BLADE 3/8"x93.5"L
UPPER WHEEL SLIDE ASSY
HEX HD BOLT
CATCH DOOR
PAN HD SCR M4xP0.7x8L
SPRING WASHER M4
VIEW PLATE
WIRE CLAMP
RING
DUST CHUTE
LOWER WHEEL COVER
KNOB CATCH
PAN HD SCR TAP M4.8xP1.6x16L
UPPER WHEEL FRONT COVER
HEX SOC HD SCR M8X30
BIG WASHER M8
GUARD BLADE REAR
HINGE UPPER
PAN HD FLANGE SCR M6X10
UPPER WHEEL REAR COVER
UPPER WHEEL SUPPORT
SPRING PIN 3x20
UPPER WHEEL SHAFT
UPPER WHEEL SLIDE
PIN ROATION
KNOB LOCATION
BETTERFLY NUT M8
WHEEL ADJUSTING KNOB ASSY
KNOB
SCREW POST
SPRING PIN ∮4.0x20L
COMPRESS SPRING
FIBER WASHER ∮10.4×∮19×1
SQUARE NUT
KEY SWITCH
POWER SWITCH
HEX SOC HD SCR M5x20
SPRING WASHER M5
SWITCH BOX
SWITCH BOX PLATE
HEX SOC HD SCR M5X10
SPRING WASHER M5
SOC FT HD SCREW M4×10
COVER HEX NUT M4
FLAT WASHER 12
NUT M12x1.25
CABLE CLAMP GCL-5/16S
HEX SOC HD SCR M5X10
STUD LATCH
HEX HD BOLT
MOTOR CONNECTION WIRE/PLUG
POWER SUPPLY WIRE/PLUG
CORD BUSHINGS SR-6R1
HEX SOC HD SCR M6x20
INT TOOTH WASHER ∮8.5x∮15.5x0.85t
HEX SOC BUT HD SCR M5x10
SPRING WASHER M5
EXT TOOTH WASHER
PAN HD SCR M5X8
LOWER BLADE GUARD ASSY
SLEEVE ∮12×30L×0.8t
THUMB SCREW M6x15
HEX HD SCREW M10x25
FLAT WASHER M10
SPACER
LOWER WHEEL ASSY
UPPER WHEEL ASSY
BLADE THRUST Bearing Assy
ALLEN WRENCH 2.5mm
ALLEN WRENCH 3mm
ALLEN WRENCH 4mm
OPEN END WRENCH
QTY.
2
1
1
1
2
12
12
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
KEY
NO.
201
202
202A
203
203A
203B
203C
204
204A
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
212A
213
214
215
216
217
219
PART
NO.
N/A
OR74475
OR74492
OR74474
SC10546
SC10839
OR73606
SC10840
OR74486
SC10841
SC10842
SC10843
SC10844
SC10845
N/A
OR91505
SC10529
OR90307
OR74473
SC10846
SC10847
OR74444
OR74481
SC80733
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
MOBILE CABINET ASSY
MOTOR
MOTOR LABEL
PLATE FIXED MOTOR
MOTOR DAMPING WASHER
M8 TOOTH COVER
DAMPING WASHER
PULLEY COVER
HEX HD FLANGE SCREW M6X12
CABINET TOP PLATE
CABINET LEFTSIDE PLATE
CABINET RIGHTSIDE PLATE
CABINET FRONT DOOR
CABINET REAR DOOR
MOBILE ELEVATION WHEEL ASSY
FIXED WHEEL
LEVER SCREW
HEX NUT M8
MOTOR FIXED ROD
FIXED WHEEL SHAFT
ACCESS PANEL
KEY
SNAP BUSHING SB-38
HEX SOC HD SCREW M8×20L
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
4
KEY
NO.
219A
220
220A
221
222
223
225
225A
226
227
228
229
231
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PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
OR90311
SC80111
OR90509
OR74451
OR74486
OR74477
OR74443
OR93906
OR92724
OR94197
SC80734
OR94771
SC10848
OR91506
SC10849
SC82137
SC80735
OR92724
SC10850
OR74472
SC80343
OR90307
FLAT WASHER 8
HEX SOC HD SCR M6X16
SPRING WASHER M6
SCR HEX SOC BUT HD M5x10
HEX HD FLANGE SCREW M6X12
HEX FLANGE NUT M6
MOTOR PULLEY
HEX SOC SET SCR M5x6
LOCK NUT M8
RETAINING RING, EXT 12
CARRIAGE BOLT M8x16
HEX FLANGE NUT M8
PEDAL
ROTATION WHEEL ASSY
PEDAL FIXED PLATE
WASHER ∮12.4x∮24x1.5t
HEX HD SCREW M8xP1.25x95
LOCK HEX NUT M8
PEDAL SHAFT
COTTER PIN
HEX HD SCREW M8x75
HEX NUT M8
4
16
16
5
8
8
1
2
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
u NOTES u
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