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Additional Safety for Wide Belt Sanders ..... 9
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General .......................................... 18
Basic Controls ................................... 19
Choosing Sandpaper ........................... 20
Sanding Belt Replacement .................... 20
Conveyor Feed Rate ........................... 21
Depth of Cut .................................... 22
Amperage Load Meter ......................... 22
Sanding Belt Oscillation Rate ................ 23
Sanding Tips ..................................... 24
Sanding Operation ............................. 25
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Conveyor Belt Tensioning ..................... 29
Conveyor Belt Tracking ........................ 30
Gib Adjustment ................................. 31
Sanding Drum & Conveyor Parallelism ...... 32
Air Pressure Safety Switch .................... 34
Depth of Cut Safety Bar ....................... 35
Adjusting Pressure Rollers .................... 36
Replacing Conveyor Belt ...................... 37
Electrical Safety Instructions................. 39
Electrical Wiring Overview ................... 40
Electrical Box & Control Panel ............... 41
Electrical Components ........................ 43
Pneumatic System Overview ................. 44
Troubleshooting................................. 45
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Inventory ........................................ 11
Machine Placement ............................ 12
Cleaning Machine............................... 12
Moving & Assembly ............................. 13
Compressed Air ................................. 15
Dust Collection ................................. 15
Test Run.......................................... 16
Recommended Adjustments .................. 17
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Cleaning ......................................... 27
Lubrication ...................................... 27
Air Regulator/Filter ............................ 28
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Extension Cords ................................ 10
Electrical Specifications ...................... 10
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Machine Overview ................................ 2
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to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction. Our intent with this manual is to
include the basic information for safety, setup, operation, maintenance, and service of this product.
We stand behind our machines! In the event that questions arise about your machine, please
contact Woodstock International Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to:
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An open end wide belt sander is designed to surface sand a workpiece that is twice the width of the
sander's capacity by rotating the workpiece 180° for the second and subsequent sanding passes.
The operator uses the elevation handwheel and scale to set the depth of cut, turns the sanding and conveyor motors FE, sets the feed rate or speed of the conveyor belt, then feeds the workpiece into the
sander at the same rate as the conveyor. Pressure rollers keep the workpiece held to the conveyor belt
to move it under the sanding drum. After each pass, the operator lowers the sanding belt the recommended amount and feeds the workpiece through the sander again.
The oscillation system shifts the sanding belt from side-to-side on the sanding drum to produce an even
sanding finish across the width of the workpiece. This system is operated with compressed air through a
series of air valves and levers. The sanding motor brake unit also requires compressed air, which brings
the sanding motor and sanding belt to a quick stop when the power is turned F==.
The depth of cut safety bar prevents a workpiece that is too high from being "jammed" into the sanding
belt, which could produce an unsafe hazard of kickback. As well, the air pressure safety switch will not
allow the machine to operate if the source of compressed air is below the operating minimum.
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Weight .................................................................................................................. 475 lbs.
Length/Width/Height .................................................................................. 42 1⁄2" x 24" x 621⁄2"
Foot Print (Length/Width)........................................................................................ 25" x 171⁄2"
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Type .......................................................................................... Wood Pallet + Cardboard
Content ........................................................................................................... Machine
Weight............................................................................................................. 470 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ................................................................................... 47" x 26" x 39"
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Type ............................................................................................................ Cardboard
Content .............................................................................................................. Stand
Weight...............................................................................................................92 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ................................................................................... 19" x 27" x 26"
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Switch ............................................................................ Magnetic Switch with Thermal Overload
Switch Voltage ............................................................................................................. 220V
Cord Length.............................................................................................................. 61⁄2 ft.
Cord Gauge ............................................................................................................ 14 gauge
Recommended Circuit Size ................................................................................................ 20A
Plug .............................................................................................................................No
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Type ................................................................................... TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower .......................................................................................................... 3 HP
Voltage ............................................................................................................. 220VAC
Phase ................................................................................................................ Single
Amps ................................................................................................................... 14A
Speed............................................................................................................ 1725 RPM
Cycle ................................................................................................................. 60 Hz
Number Of Speeds ...................................................................................................... 1
Power Transfer .............................................................................................. Direct Drive
Bearings ......................................................................................... Sealed and Lubricated
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Type .................................................................................... Direct Current Variable Speed
Horsepower ........................................................................................................ 1⁄10 HP
Voltage .............................................................................................................220VDC
Phase ................................................................................................................ Single
Amps ..................................................................................................................... 1A
Number of Speeds ............................................................................................... Variable
Speed........................................................................................................... 10–34 RPM
Cycle ................................................................................................................. 60 Hz
Power Transfer ...................................................................................................Gearbox
Bearings ......................................................................................... Sealed and Lubricated
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Number of Sanding Drums ............................................................................................. 1
Maximum Board Width ............................................................................................... 18"
Minimum Board Width ................................................................................................. 2"
Maximum Board Thickness ............................................................................................ 6"
Minimum Board Thickness ........................................................................................... 1⁄4"
Minimum Board Length ................................................................................................ 6"
Sanding Drum Speed .......................................................................................... 1850 FPM
Sanding Drum Diameter ............................................................................................... 4"
Conveyor Feed Rate ...........................................................................................5–17 FPM
Sandpaper Length ..................................................................................................... 48"
Sandpaper Width ...................................................................................................... 19"
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Drum Type ......................................................................................................... Rubber
Drum Diameter ......................................................................................................... 4"
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Conveyor Belt ...................................................................................... Heavy-Duty Rubber
Body ...................................................................................................................Steel
Paint ......................................................................................................... Powder Coat
Table and Column .............................................................................................. Cast Iron
Cabinet Stand ........................................................................................................Steel
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Number of Pressure Rollers ............................................................................................ 2
Pressure Roller Type ................................................................................................Steel
Pressure Roller Diameter............................................................................................. 3⁄4"
Number of Dust Ports ................................................................................................... 1
Dust Port Size ........................................................................................................... 4"
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Country of Origin ....................................................................................................... Taiwan
Warranty .................................................................................................................. 2 Year
Serial Number Location ................................................................................... ID Label on Front
Assembly Time ...........................................................................................................1 Hour
Required Air Pressure ................................................................................................... 57 PSI
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between the workpiece and the machine.
,% LE8KK<E;<;D8:?@E<% This machine represents serious hazards to an untrained operator. Always
turn the machine F== and remove the conveyor belt disabling key before leaving the machine.
-% NFIBG@<:<HL8EK@KP% Never sand two or more workpieces side-by-side. Since workpieces are
never exactly the same thickness, one of them may be thrown from the sander at a high rate of
speed and could cause serious personal injury.
.% NFIBG@<:<@EJG<:K@FE% Nails, staples, knots, or other imperfections in the workpiece can be dislodged and thrown from the sander at a high rate of speed into the operator or bystanders. Never
attempt to sand stock that has imperfections or embedded foreign objects.
/% 9F;PGC8:<D<EK% In case of kickback, avoid personal injury by always keeping your body to the
side of the sanding path.
0% GFN<I;@J:FEE<:K% Accidental start up or contact with live wiring could result in serious personal injury or death. Always disconnect the sander from power when changing the sanding belt,
making adjustments, performing maintenance, or servicing the machine.
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The Model W1813 is wired for 220V single-phase operation. We recommend connecting this machine to a dedicated circuit with a verified ground, using the circuit size
given below. Never replace a circuit breaker with one of
higher amperage without consulting a qualified electrician to ensure compliance with wiring codes. This machine must be connected to a grounded circuit!
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=`^li\+% NEMA 6-20 plug and receptacle.
A plug is not supplied with this machine. See below for
the recommended plug type for this machine.
If you are unsure about the wiring codes in your area or
you plan to connect your machine to a shared circuit, you
may create a fire or circuit overload hazard—consult a
qualified electrician to reduce this risk.
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if you have no alternative, use the following guidelines:
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This machine has been carefully packaged for safe transportation. If you notice the machine has been damaged
during shipping, please contact your authorized Shop Fox
dealer immediately.
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The following is a description of the main components
shipped with the Model W1813. Lay the components out
to inventory them.
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8% Sander Assembly ...........................................1
9% Sanding Belt 19" x 48" (Pre-Installed) ..................1
:% Conveyor Front Guard (Pre-Installed) ..................1
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— Machine Mounting Feet 3⁄8"-16 x 2" .................4
— Hex Nuts 3⁄8"-16 (Mounting Feet)....................4
— Flat Washers 3⁄8" (Mounting Feet) ...................8
— Hex Bolts M8-1.25 x 25 (Assembly-to-Stand) .......4
— Flat Washers 8mm (Assembly-to-Stand) .............4
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heavy load in a small footprint. Some residential floors may require additional bracing to support both machine and operator.
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anticipated needs, size of material to be
processed through the machine, and space
for auxiliary stands, work tables or other
machinery when establishing a location for
your wide belt sander.
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C`^_k`e^1 Lighting should be bright enough
to eliminate shadow and prevent eye
strain.
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<c\Zki`ZXc1Electrical circuits must be dedicated or large enough to handle amperage
requirements. Outlets must be located near
each machine, so power or extension cords
are clear of high-traffic areas. Follow local
electrical codes for proper installation of
new lighting, outlets, or circuits.
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The table and other unpainted parts of your
wide belt sander are coated with a waxy grease
that protects them from corrosion during shipment. Clean this grease off with a solvent cleaner or citrus-based degreaser. DO NOT use chlorine-based solvents such as brake parts cleaner
or acetone—if you happen to splash some onto a
painted surface, you will ruin the finish.
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Wrench 9⁄16" ...................................................... 1
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With assistance, turn the cabinet stand upside down
on a protective piece of cardboard.
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Place 3⁄8" flat washers on the mounting feet, then
insert them through the machine mounting holes of
the base (see =`^li\.).
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Reach into the cabinet and secure the feet with the
3
⁄8" flat washers and 3⁄8"-16 hex nuts.
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With assistance, turn the cabinet over and place it in
the desired location.
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Have your assistant steady the sander assembly as
you place the forklift forks in a stable position under
the conveyor, as shown in =`^li\/%
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under the conveyor.
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Lift and move the sander assembly into position over
the cabinet stand so that the mounting holes line up
(see =`^li\j0Æ(').
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Secure the sander assembly to the cabinet stand
with the four M8-1.25 x 25 hex bolts and 8mm flat
washers.
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Open the sanding belt access door on the left side
of the machine, and remove the red shipping brace
securing the sanding drum to the conveyor assembly
(see =`^li\(().
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good working condition. Use assistants to steady the
load when lifting and moving the sander assembly. If
the sander assembly should tip or fall, serious personal injury and property damage could result.
=`^li\0% Sander assembly mounting points
on left side.
=`^li\('% Sander assembly mounting
points on right side.
Shipping Brace
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A steady supply of clean, dry air of 57–60 PSI (not to
exceed 120 PSI) is required for the operation of the
sanding belt oscillation system and pneumatic motor
brake. Without the correct supply of compressed air, the
machine will not start.
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Connect the source of compressed air to the air
regulator inlet valve on the back of the machine (see
=`^li\()).
To avoid possible personal injury from
exploding compressed air components
or damage to the sander, never exceed
120 PSI of incoming compressed air to
the mill's regulator.
Air Inlet
Valve
Lift up on the air regulator adjusting knob and turn
it so that the air pressure dial reads 57–60 PSI, then
push the adjusting knob down to lock the setting.
Recommended CFM at Dust Port: ...................400 CFM
Do not confuse this CFM recommendation with the rating
of the dust collector. To determine the CFM at the dust
port, you must take into account many variables, including the CFM rating of the dust collector, the length of
hose between the dust collector and the machine, the
amount of branches or Y's, and the amount of other open
lines throughout the system. Explaining this calculation
is beyond the scope of this manual. If you are unsure of
your system, consult an expert or purchase a good dust
collection "how-to" book.
Air Pressure
Dial
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back of the sander.
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machine, as shown in =`^li\(*, and secure it in
place with a hose clamp.
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Tug the hose to make sure it does not come off. A
tight fit is necessary for proper performance.
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make sure it runs properly and is ready for regular operation.
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The test run consists of verifying the following: 1) The
motors power up and run correctly, 2) the emergency stop
button safety feature works correctly, 3) the conveyor ON/
OFF switch disabling key works correctly, and 4) the air
pressure safety switch operates properly.
If, during the test run, you cannot easily locate the source
of an unusual noise or vibration, stop using the machine
immediately, then review KiflYc\j_ffk`e^ on GX^\+,.
If you still cannot remedy a problem, contact our Tech
Support at (360) 734-3482 for assistance.
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setup are cleared away from the machine.
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Connect the compressed air source to the
machine (refer to :fdgi\jj\[8`ion GX^\
(, for detailed instructions).
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Confirm the sanding belt is installed,
properly tensioned (refer to JXe[`e^9\ck
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instructions), and the sanding belt door is
closed and secured.
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Make sure you understand the safety
instructions at the beginning of the manual,
and verify that the machine is set up properly.
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Push the sanding motor ON button to verify
the machine starts and operates correctly.
—When operating correctly, the machine
runs smoothly with little or no vibration
or rubbing noises.
— Investigate and correct strange or unusual noises or vibrations before operating
the machine further. Always stop the
machine and disconnect it from power
before investigating or correcting potential problems.
Connect the machine to the power source—
the power light on the control panel should
light.
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Press the emergency stop button to turn
the machine F==.
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WITHOUT resetting the switch, press the
sanding motor ON button. The machine
should not start.
— If the machine does not start, the emergency stop button safety feature is working correctly.
Push the emergency stop button in, then
twist it clockwise so it pops out. When
the emergency stop button pops out, the
switch is reset and ready for operation (see
=`^li\(+).
— If the machine does start (with the emergency stop button pushed in), immediately disconnect power to the machine.
The emergency stop button safety feature is not working correctly. This safety
feature must work properly before proceeding with regular operations. Call
Tech Support for help.
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sanding motor FE.
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((% Turn the conveyor FE and verify that it operates
correctly—it should move from front-to-back. Use
the conveyor feed rate dial to vary the speed.
()% Turn the conveyor F==, then remove the switch disabling key, as shown in =`^li\(,.
(*% Try to turn the conveyor FE.
— If the conveyor does not start, the switch disabling
feature is working as designed.
(+% Press the emergency stop button to turn the sanding
motor F==, re-install the switch disabling key, then
reset the emergency stop button.
(,% Disconnect the compressed air source from the sander and attempt to turn the sanding motor FE.
— If the machine does not start, the air pressure
safety switch is working correctly.
— If the machine does start (with the compressed air
source disconnected from the machine), immediately turn the machine F== and disconnect it from
power. The air pressure safety switch is not working correctly. This safety feature must work properly before proceeding with regular operations.
Call Tech Support for help.
(-% When all of the steps of the K\jkIleprocedure
have been successfully completed, your sander is
ready for operation.
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For your convenience, the adjustments
listed below have been performed at the
factory and no further setup is required to
operate your machine.
However, because of the many variables
involved with shipping, some of these
adjustments may need to be repeated to
ensure optimum results. Keep this in mind
as you start to use your new machine.
Step-by-step instructions for these adjustments can be found in the J<IM@:<section
of this manual.
•
Conveyor Belt Tensioning (GX^\)0) &
Tracking (GX^\*').
•
Gib Adjustment (GX^\*().
•
Sanding Drum & Conveyor Parallelism
(GX^\*)).
•
Air Pressure Safety Switch (GX^\*+).
•
Depth of Cut Safety Bar Height (GX^\
*,).
•
Pressure Roller Adjustment (GX^\*-).
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— If the conveyor does start, immediately stop the
machine and disconnect it from power. The switch
disabling feature is not working correctly. This
safety feature must work properly before proceeding with the regular operations. Call Tech Support
for help.
=`^li\(,% Removing the switch disabling
key from the conveyor ON/OFF switch.
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This machine will perform many types of operations
that are beyond the scope of this manual. Many of these
operations can be dangerous or deadly if performed incorrectly.
The instructions in this section are written with the
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from an experienced n`[\Y\ckjXe[\i operator before
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sander.
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8% 8dg\iX^\CfX[:_Xik1Displays the amperage range for safe operation of the sanding
motor. NEVER operate the sander above the
SAFE range!
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feed rate of the conveyor between 5 and
17 feet per minute (FPM).
>% :fem\pfiFE&F==Jn`kZ_n&;`jXYc`e^B\p1
Starts or stops the conveyor motor. Remove
the key to disable the switch.
9% 8dg\iX^\CfX[D\k\i1Shows the amperage used by the sanding motor during operation.
?% <c\mXk`feCfZb1Locks the sander assembly
in place above the conveyor after repositioning it with the elevation handwheel.
:% Gfn\iC`^_k1Lights when power is connected to the machine.
;% JXe[`e^DfkfiFE9lkkfe1Starts the sanding motor when pressed.
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and conveyor motors F==. This button does
NOT disconnect the machine from power.
<c\mXk`feJZXc\Gf`ek\i1Displays the
height of the sanding drum above the conveyor.
A% <c\mXk`fe?Xe[n_\\c1Raises and lowers
the sander assembly above the conveyor.
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Sanding Belt Dimensions ..........................19"W x 48"L
There are many types of sanding belts to choose from. We
recommend aluminum oxide for general workshop environments.
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The grit you choose will depend on the type of operation,
the species of wood, and the stage of finishing. As a general guideline, refer to the chart below to help you select
the right grit for your operation.
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Extra Coarse
60
Coarse
80-100
Medium
120-180
Fine
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Rough sawn boards, thickness
sanding, and glue removal.
Thickness sanding and glue
removal.
Removing planer marks and
initial finish sanding.
Finish sanding.
The general rule of thumb is to sand a workpiece with
progressively higher grit numbers, with no one grit
increase of more than 50. Avoid skipping grits—the larger
the grit increase, the harder it will be to remove the
scratches from the previous grit.
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The moving parts inside the sanding
cabinet represent a serious entanglement hazard. To avoid the risk of serious personal injury, always close and
secure the sanding belt access door
before starting the machine.
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DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
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Open the sanding belt access door and loosen the
tension lock shown in =`^li\(..
Tension Lock
Tension Lever
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lever.
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To release the tension on the sanding belt, move
the tension lever up and to the right out of the top
catch, then use moderate force to push it down and
under the bottom catch, as shown in =`^li\(/.
Top
Catch
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Pull the sanding belt off the upper roller and the
sanding drum.
Bottom
Catch
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Slide the new sanding belt onto the upper roller and
sanding drum, then position it on the upper roller so
that it is just past the left oscillation disc, as shown
in =`^li\(0.
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between the oscillation discs on each end of the
upper roller, move the tension lever to the upper
catch by reversing from Jk\g*.
Sanding Belt
Direction
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bottom catch.
Left
Oscillation
Disc
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kfgZXkZ_%
Re-tighten the tension lock, then close and secure
the sanding belt access door before starting the
sander.
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Sanding Belt
=`^li\(0% Proper position of the sanding
belt on the upper roller.
The conveyor feed rate dial (see =`^li\)') adjusts the
feed rate of the conveyor from 5 to 17 feet per minute
(FPM). The correct speed for your operation depends on
the type of stock you are sanding (e.g., hardwood vs. softwood), the depth of cut, and the stage of finish desired.
As a general rule, a slower feed rate will sand the surface
smoother, but runs the risk of burning the wood. A higher
feed rate will remove material faster, but runs the risk of
overloading the motor (refer to 8dg\iX^\CfX[D\k\ion
GX^\)) for more information on sander work load). Use
trial-and-error to determine the correct feed rate for your
operation.
=`^li\)'% Conveyor feed rate dial.
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Maximum Depth of Cut ............... Approx. 0.016" (1⁄64")
The optimum depth of cut will vary based on the type of
wood, conveyor feed rate, and sandpaper grit. Attempting
to remove too much material can cause jamming, wood
burning, rapid sanding belt wear or tearing, poor finish, or
belt slippage.
Elevation
Handwheel
Safety Bar
Under most conditions, the sanding depth should not
exceed 0.016" for any one pass. Each full turn of the elevation handwheel changes the height of the sanding belt
from the workpiece approximately 0.025", with approximately 2⁄3 of a turn equal to the recommended 0.016"
change in depth.
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When properly adjusted, the depth of cut safety bar (see
=`^li\)() is an excellent tool for setting the ]`ijkdepth
of cut. Refer to ;\gk_f]:lkJX]\kp9Xi on GX^\*, for
more information.
Position the workpiece and sanding cabinet so that the
bottom of the safety bar just touches the workpiece.
This will set the sanding belt approximately 0.016" lower
than the top surface of the workpiece. Then rotate the
handwheel one full turn clockwise to raise the sanding
belt high enough so that the first pass will take off any
high spots. For additional passes, rotate the handwheel
2
⁄3 of a turn counterclockwise to lower the sanding belt
approximately 0.016".
Elevation
Scale
=`^li\)(% Depth of cut safety bar.
Amperage Load Chart
8dg\iX^\CfX[D\k\i
The amperage load meter on the control panel (see
=`^li\))) shows how much amperage the sanding motor
is drawing for the operation, or how hard the machine
is working. If the depth of cut or the conveyor feed rate
becomes too great, the sanding motor will draw an excessive amount of current (amperage), which may trip the
circuit breaker or damage the machine.
Always keep your depth of cut within recommended specifications and monitor the conveyor feed rate so that the
amperage load meter stays in the green SAFE range during the entire operation.
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Amperage Load Meter
=`^li\))% Amperage load chart and
meter.
NOTICE
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To prevent sanding "streaks" in the workpiece and ensure
an even finish, the sanding belt oscillates from side-toside on the sanding drum during operation. This action is
caused by the twisting motion of the upper sanding roller
that causes the sanding belt to shift along the roller until
it hits the oscillation disc at the end, which then causes
the sanding belt to reverse direction to the other end.
We recommend that one oscillation cycle (the movement
of the sanding belt from one side to the other) should be
approximately 4–6 seconds.
NOTICE
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KffcjE\\[\[
Hkp
Wrench 12mm ................................................... 1
KfX[aljkk_\jXe[`e^Y\ckfjZ`ccXk`feiXk\#[fk_\j\
jk\gj1
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DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
Jam Nut
)%
*%
Open the sanding belt access door and identify the
oscillation stops shown in =`^li\)*.
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Stops
Jam Nut
Loosen the oscillation stop jam nuts, then adjust the
oscillation stop hex bolts equally in or out to change
the oscillation rate.
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jXe[`e^Y\ckkfdfm\]ifdfe\j`[\f]k_\lgg\i
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k`fe[`jZXkk_\\e[%<XZ__\oYfckj\kk`e^X]]\Zkj
k_\fjZ`ccXk`feiXk\`efe\[`i\Zk`fe%K`^_k\e`e^X
jkfg_\oYfckn`ccZXlj\Xjcfn\ifjZ`ccXk`feiXk\]fi
k_Xk[`i\Zk`fe%<og\i`d\ekkf]`e[k_\i`^_kfjZ`ccX$
k`feiXk\]fipflifg\iXk`fe%
+%
Re-tighten the jam nuts without turning the hex
bolts, then close the access door.
,%
Connect the machine to power, start the sanding
motor, then check the oscillation rate.
-% Repeat Jk\gj(Æ, until you are satisfied with the
oscillation rate.
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Hex Bolt
Hex Bolt
=`^li\)*% Sanding belt oscillation stops.
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FG<I8K@FEJ
Follow these instructions to ensure safe sanding operation
and quality results:
•
Replace the sandpaper with a higher grit to achieve
a finer finish (refer to :_ffj`e^JXe[gXg\i on GX^\
)').
•
When making multiple passes on the workpiece,
avoid lowering the sanding belt more than 0.016"
(1⁄64" or 2⁄3 of a turn of the handwheel) for any one
pass.
•
Feed boards into the sander at different points on
the conveyor to maximize sandpaper life and prevent uneven conveyor belt wear.
•
DO NOT sand boards less than 6" long, 2" wide, or
1
⁄4" thick to avoid possible kickback, or damage to
the workpiece or sander.
•
Extend the life of the sanding belt by regularly using
a PRO-STICK© sanding pad (refer to 8::<JJFI@<J on
GX^\)-).
•
When sanding a workpiece with irregular widths,
take very light sanding passes to prevent gouges. As
the width of the workpiece decreases, the load on
the sanding motor will reduce and the sanding drum
will speed up, causing a gouge.
•
DO NOT edge sand boards. This can cause boards to
kickback, and may result in serious personal injury.
Edge sanding boards also can cause damage to the
conveyor belt and sandpaper.
•
Feed the workpiece into the sander at a slight angle
to maximize stock removal and sandpaper effectiveness, but feed the workpiece straight to reduce
sandpaper grit scratch for the finish passes.
•
When sanding workpieces with a bow or crown,
place the high point up, which prevents the
workpiece from rocking, and take very light passes.
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Starting the sanding motor with a
workpiece in contact with the sanding belt could cause the workpiece to
kickback into the operator resulting in
serious personal injury. Never start the
sander with a workpiece or any object
on the conveyor belt.
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Read and follow the safety instructions at the beginning of the manual, and make sure the machine is
set up properly before starting the sander.
)%
Connect the source of compressed air to the sander
and adjust the air regulator to 57–60 PSI.
*%
Make sure the workpiece is clean and free of any
defects or foreign materials that might cause kickback or damage to the sander.
+%
Start the dust collection system.
,%
Use the elevation handwheel to set the correct sanding depth of cut for the first pass (refer to ;\gk_f]
:lk on GX^\)) for detailed instructions).
DO NOT sand more than one board at
a time side-by-side. Minor variations
in workpiece thickness can cause one
board to be propelled into the operator
at a high rate of speed by the sanding
belt and could result in serious personal
injury.
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jgfkj%
Turn the sanding motor FE.
.%
Turn the conveyor FE and correctly adjust the
conveyor feed rate for your operation (refer to
:fem\pfi=\\[IXk\on GX^\)( for detailed
instructions).
/%
Stand to the side of the sanding path, then firmly
hold the workpiece and ease it into the sander at
the same feed rate as the conveyor.
0%
While standing to the side of the sanding path, let
the conveyor feed the workpiece out of the sander
and into your hands.
('% For additional passes, use the elevation handwheel
to lower the sanding drum to the correct sanding
depth of cut for your operation, which should not
exceed 0.016" (1⁄16").
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JXe[\i8ZZ\jjfi`\j
The following sander accessories may be available through your local Woodstock International Inc.
Dealer. If you do not have a dealer in your area, these products are also available through online dealers. Please call or e-mail Woodstock International Inc. Customer Service to get a current listing of dealers at: 1-800-840-8420 or at sales@woodstockint.com.
Df[\c;*''*Gif$Jk`Zbž:c\Xe`e^GX[jare the perfect accessory
for wide belt sanders. Simply set the feed belt table to height and
feed the 15" x 20" x 1" pad through to “unload” a dirty sanding belt.
Regular cleaning greatly increases the lifespan of sanding belts.
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Tough aluminum oxide sanding belts are available in 19" x 48" rolls.
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Use the J_fg=fož;)).(Ifcc\iKXYc\ wherever you need extra
workpiece support. Features all-steel welded construction and measures 19" wide x 65" long. Comes with 9 ball bearing rollers and has
four independently adjustable legs for any leveling requirement.
Adjustable in height from 26 3⁄8" to 44 1⁄8" and has a 1000 lb. capacity.
The J_fg=fožN(.).(?G;ljk:fcc\Zkfiis one of our top sellers and for good reasons. We have been selling this unit for years
and it has proven itself in thousands of shops around the country.
We have added a 2.5 micron top bag as standard equipment to
capture the fine dust particles that normally end up all over your
shop. Specifications: Motor 1 HP, 110/220V, single-phase with a 9/4.5
amp draw; 800 CFM air suction capacity; 5.67" static pressure; one
4" intake port; 9" balanced steel, radial fin impeller; 2.1 cubic foot
bag capacity; 15 3⁄4" x 39 3⁄4" portable base; 54 1⁄2" high with the bags
inflated; approximate shipping weight of 59 lbs.
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>\e\iXc
Regular periodic maintenance on your machine will
ensure its optimum performance. Make a habit of
inspecting your machine each time you use it.
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›
›
›
•
›
Loose mounting bolts.
Worn switch.
Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
Damaged or worn sanding belt.
Damaged, loose, or worn conveyor belt.
Any other condition that could hamper the safe
operation of this machine.
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Use a shop vacuum to remove sawdust from the sander.
This is especially important for the internal working parts
and motor. Dust build-up around the motor is a sure way
to decrease its life span. If any essential lubrication is
removed during cleaning, re-lubricate those areas.
ClYi`ZXk`fe
The devices that do require bimonthly lubrication are
the elevation dovetail ways and gears. Keep these devices adequately lubricated to keep your sander running
smoothly and to protect your investment.
Rear Elevation
Dovetail Way
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(%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
)%
Raise and lower the sanding cabinet to access the
entire length of the front and rear elevation dovetail
ways (see =`^li\)+).
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=`^li\)+% Elevation dovetail way (rear
way shown).
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The bearings are factory lubricated and sealed and
require no further lubrication. Simply leave them alone
unless they need replacement.
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*%
Clean away any debris and built-up grime from the
surfaces of the ways, then apply a thin coat of ISO
68 lubricant or an equivalent.
+%
Move the sanding cabinet through its entire elevation
range of motion to evenly distribute the oil.
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Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
KfclYi`ZXk\k_\\c\mXk`fe^\Xij#[fk_\j\jk\gj1
(%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
)%
Loosen the set screw in the elevation handwheel
hub, then remove the handwheel to access the elevation gears, as shown in =`^li\),.
*%
Use a shop rag and solvent to clean away debris and
grime from the gears, then use a brush to apply a
thin coat of NLGI #2 grease or an equivalent.
+%
Re-install the handwheel, then move the sanding
cabinet up and down to evenly distribute the grease.
=`^li\),% Elevation gears (elevation
handwheel removed).
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D8@EK<E8E:<
The air regulator filters the moisture from the incoming
compressed air and deposits the collected water in the
filter reservoir (see =`^li\)-).
To empty the filter reservoir, make sure there is incoming air pressure, then press the drain valve up. This will
release a flow of air and the collected water from the
reservoir.
Filter
Reservoir
Drain
Valve
=`^li\)-% Air regulator filter reservoir
and drain valve.
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>\e\iXc
This section covers the most common service adjustments
or procedures that may be necessary during the life of
your machine.
If you require additional machine service not included
in this section, please contact Woodstock International
Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to:
k\Z_$jlggfik7j_fg]fo%Y`q.
:fem\pfi9\ckK\ej`fe`e^
The conveyor belt may stretch with extended use, causing
it to slip on the conveyor rollers. If this happens, the conveyor belt will need to be re-tensioned.
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When you tension the conveyor belt, make sure you turn
the left and right adjustment bolts by the same amount.
Tensioning one side more than the other will cause tracking problems, which will require you to take additional
steps to get the sander operating correctly.
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Wrench 10mm ...................................................1
On both sides of the conveyor, measure and record
the reference measurement between the tension dog
on the adjustment bolt and the conveyor bracket
flange, as shown in =`^li\)/.
Loosen the adjustment bolt jam nuts on both sides
of the conveyor.
Reference
Measurement
Tension
Dog
Flange
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)%
Approximately 3/4" Hanging Gap
=`^li\).% Conveyor belt hanging gap.
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Conveyor
Belt
Sanding
Drum
Jam Nut &
Adjustment
Bolt
=`^li\)/% Conveyor tension adjustment
bolt (one side shown).
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*%
+%
Turn both adjustment bolts clockwise one full turn at
a time until there is an approximate 3⁄4" hanging gap
on the underside of the conveyor belt.
Take another reading of the reference measurement
on both sides of the conveyor and make sure they
are the same.
— If the belt starts to track to one side or the other
when in operation, immediately turn the conveyor
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:fem\pfi9\ckKiXZb`e^
If the conveyor belt tracks to either side, the belt could
become damaged and you will have to replace it.
Adjusting conveyor belt tracking is a balancing process
that takes patience and trial-and-error. You must tighten
the adjusting bolt on the side the belt is tracking toward
to make the belt move to the middle of the rollers, then
loosen that same adjusting bolt to make the conveyor belt
stay centered.
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Wrench 10mm ...................................................1
J<IM@:<
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(%
Make sure the conveyor belt is properly tensioned
(refer to :fem\pfi9\ckK\ej`fe`e^on GX^\)0 for
detailed instructions).
)%
Turn the conveyor FE and set it to a slow feed rate,
then watch it track.
*%
Determine which side the conveyor belt is tracking
toward, then tighten the adjustment bolt on that
side until the belt begins to track in the opposite
direction.
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lk\jY\]fi\k_\pXi\efk`Z\XYc\%
+%
When the conveyor belt is near the middle of the
rollers, loosen the same adjustment bolt until the
belt stops moving to the side and tracks straight and
centered.
— If the belt tracks too far to the other side, tighten
the adjustment bolt as necessary to bring it back
toward the middle, then repeat Jk\gj)Æ+until
the tracking is correct.
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The conveyor roller assemblies and belt
pose an entanglement hazard. Take
extra care when performing the conveyor belt tensioning or tracking procedures to keep hands, fingers, and clothing away from the moving parts of the
conveyor assembly.
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The gib is sandwiched between the stationary and moving
surfaces of the sander assembly and the dovetail ways.
The gib controls the accuracy of the sander assembly
movement along these ways. A tight gib makes the movement more accurate but harder to move, and will lead to
premature wear of the ways. A loose gib makes the movements and measurements sloppy, but easier to move the
sander assembly. The goal of gib adjustment is to remove
the unnecessary sloppiness without causing the dovetail
ways to bind.
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Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
Wrench 12mm ...................................................1
KfX[aljkk_\^`Y#[fk_\j\jk\gj1
(%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
)%
Clean and lubricate the dovetail way and gears
(refer to ClYi`ZXk`fe on GX^\). for detailed
instructions).
*%
Loosen the four gib jam nuts along the front of the
column, as shown in =`^li\)0.
+%
Adjust the gib set screws \m\ecp until there is a
slight drag on the dovetail ways as you move the
sander assembly up and down.
,%
When you are satisfied with the setting, re-tighten
the jam nuts without moving the set screws.
Gib Adjustment
Jam Nuts & Set
Screws
=`^li\)0% Gib adjustment jam nuts and
set screws.
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GXiXcc\c`jd
The sanding drum and conveyor must be parallel to one
another to obtain accurate sanding results. This setting
is made at the factory and should not have to be made
again. However, if it is necessary to adjust the sanding
drum and conveyor parallel to each other, follow the procedure below.
This process requires multiple accurate measurements,
patience, and trial-and-error. Keep in mind that having
the sanding drum parallel to the top of the conveyor belt
is critical to the sanding operation (see =`^li\30). The
goal is to bring the sanding drum and conveyor parallel to
one another within 0.005" from side-to-side.
CORRECT
Sanding Drum
Using a dial indicator is probably the most accurate method of taking measurement for this procedure. However,
you can use gauge blocks and feeler gauges to attain
acceptable results.
A
B
Conveyor Belt
A
=
B
(Within 0.005" side-to-side)
To make gauge blocks, square up a 7' long 2" x 4" board
(refer to your jointer and planer manuals for detailed
instructions), then cut it in half.
(Front View)
INCORRECT
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[fk_\j\jk\gj1
Sanding Drum
B
A
(%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
)%
Remove the sanding belt from the machine.
*%
Record the precise measurements between the lowest point of the sanding drum and the conveyor from
side-to-side.
Conveyor Belt
A
J<IM@:<
— If the measurements differ more than 0.005" from
side-to-side, continue to the procedure on the
next page to adjust the sanding drum and conveyor parallelism.
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=
B
=`^li\*'% Sanding drum and conveyor
belt parallelism.
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Hex Wrench 6mm ...............................................1
Hex Wrench 8mm ...............................................1
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[fk_\j\jk\gj1
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[li\%
(%
Loosen the four column mounting cap screws on the
right side of the column base shown in =`^li\*(.
)%
Mounting Cap Screws
Adjust the jack screws evenly to bring the sanding
drum and conveyor parallel to each other within
0.005" from side-to-side.
— To raise the left side of the sanding drum, tighten
the upper jack screw.
Jack
Screws
— To lower the left side of the sanding drum, tighten
the lower jack screw.
*%
Re-tighten the four mounting cap screws.
Mounting Cap Screws
Note: K`^_k\ek_\ZXgjZi\njaljklek`ck_\pXi\
jel^%Fm\i$k`^_k\e`e^k_\ddXpZ_Xe^\k_\j\kk`e^
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+%
Surface plane an 18" wide piece of stock so that it
is the same height from side-to-side, then send it
through the sander until it is flat.
,%
Use a caliper to measure this workpiece from sideto-side.
=`^li\*(% Column mounting cap and jack
screws.
— If these measurements differ more than 0.005",
repeat this procedure until you are satisfied with
the sanding drum and conveyor parallelism.
J<IM@:<
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8`iGi\jjli\JX]\kp
Jn`kZ_
The sanding motor safety brake and the sanding oscillation system require at 57–60 PSI of air pressure connected
to the machine to operate. The air pressure safety switch
(see =`^li\*)) measures the amount of air pressure flowing into the machine. If the air pressure is not adequate,
the air pressure safety switch will not allow power to flow
to the sander.
Sensitivity Adjustment Screw
Minimum
Air Pressure
Adjustment Screw
& Scale
The air pressure safety switch was calibrated and set at
the factory and should not require any further adjustment. However, we recommend that you verify the settings.
Sensitivity Scale
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The red pointer on the sensitivity scale should be set at
"0" on the scale, which is adjusted with the sensitivity
adjustment screw shown in =`^li\*). The minimum air
pressure scale on the right of the scale window should
read 4kg/cm2, which is adjusted with the adjustment
screw on the top of the switch.
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=`^li\*)%Air pressure safety switch.
The safety devices on this machine are
there for your safety. DO NOT operate
this sander if any safety device is damaged or is not operating correctly. Otherwise, serious personal injury could
result.
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When properly adjusted, the depth of cut safety bar
prevents the operator from sanding a workpiece that is
beyond a safe height and that could become a kickback
hazard.
The position of this safety bar (see =`^li\**) was set by
the factory at approximately 0.047" (3⁄64") above the lowest point of the sanding drum. For safe operation, make
sure that this safety bar remains at this setting.
Hex Bolts
KffcjE\\[\[
Hkp
Wrench 10mm ...................................................1
Feeler Gauge 0.047" (3⁄64") ....................................1
KfX[aljkk_\[\gk_f]ZlkjX]\kpYXikfk_\]XZkfipj\k$
k`e^#[fk_\j\jk\gj1
(%
Make sure the sanding drum and conveyor are parallel (refer to GX^\*) for detailed instructions).
Surface plane and sand an 18" wide piece of stock
until it is flat and the same height from side-to-side.
*%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
+%
Open the sanding belt access door and remove the
sanding belt from the machine.
5.
Loosen the three hex bolts securing the safety bar
(see =`^li\**), raise the bar up slightly, then tighten the hex bolts enough to hold it in place.
-%
Place the workpiece from Jk\g)under the sanding
drum, then lower the sanding cabinet until the sanding drum is just touching the workpiece.
.%
Remove the workpiece from under the sanding drum
and position it directly under the depth of cut safety
bar.
/%
Loosen the three hex bolts securing the safety bar,
then position the bar so that it is 0.047" (3⁄64") above
the workpiece from side-to-side, then fully re-tighten the hex bolts to secure it.
0%
Re-install the sanding belt and secure the access
door.
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=`^li\**% Depth of cut safety bar.
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Safety Bar
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The height of the pressure rollers (see =`^li\*+) is set
slightly below the bottom of the sanding drum to keep the
workpiece firmly against the conveyor belt as it passes
through the sander, preventing workpiece kickback.
The pressure roller height was set by the factory at
approximately 0.063" (1⁄16") below the lowest point of the
sanding drum.
Pressure Rollers
KffcjE\\[\[
Hkp
Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
Feeler Gauge 0.063" (1⁄16") ....................................1
KfX[aljkk_\_\`^_kf]k_\gi\jjli\ifcc\ij#[fk_\j\
jk\gj1
(%
Make sure the sanding drum and conveyor are parallel (refer to GX^\*) for detailed instructions).
)%
Surface plane and sand a 18" wide piece of stock
until it is flat and the same height from side-to-side.
*%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
+%
Open the sanding belt access door and remove the
sanding belt from the machine.
,%
Loosen the eight adjustment cap screws securing the
front and rear pressure rollers (see =`^li\*,).
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Note: K_\i\Xi\]fliX[aljkd\ekZXgjZi\njfek_\
]ifekXe[]flifek_\i\Xif]k_\jXe[`e^ZXY`e\k%
-%
Place the workpiece from Jk\g) under the sanding
drum, then elevate the sander assembly so that the
sanding drum is 0.063" (1⁄16") above the workpiece.
.%
Manually adjust the pressure rollers so that they are
lightly resting on the workpiece from side-to-side,
then retighten the cap screws to secure the pressure
rollers in place.
/%
Re-install the sanding belt and secure the access
door.
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=`^li\*+% Front and rear pressure rollers.
Cap Screws
=`^li\*,% Pressure roller adjustment cap
screws (front cap screws shown).
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If the conveyor belt becomes damaged or too worn to properly adjust the tension, you must replace it.
Sander Assembly
Mounting Brackets
KffcjE\\[\[
Hkp
Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
Hex Wrench 5mm ...............................................1
Wrench 10mm ...................................................1
Wrench 12mm ...................................................1
Kfi\gcXZ\k_\Zfem\pfiY\ck#[fk_\j\jk\gj1
Roller Guards
(%
DISCONNECT THE SANDER FROM POWER!
)%
Remove the cap screws and flat washers securing
the front and rear conveyor roller guards (see =`^li\
*-), then remove the guards.
=`^li\*-% Sander assembly mounting
brackets and conveyor roller guards.
*%
Loosen the conveyor tension jam nuts on either side
of the conveyor (see =`^li\*.), then release the
tension on the conveyor belt by loosening the tension adjustment bolts.
Cap Screws
+%
Remove the three cap screws securing the c\]k front
roller bracket shown in =`^li\*., then, while supporting the front conveyor roller assembly with one
hand, remove the bracket.
,%
Carefully pull the front conveyor roller assembly
from the conveyor belt.
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XkkXZ_\[kfk_\Zfem\pfifek_\i`^_kj`[\Xe[n`cc
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Roller Bracket
Tension Adjustment
Bolt & Jam Nut
=`^li\*.% Roller bracket mounting cap
screws and conveyor tension adjustment
bolt.
NOTICE
Take care not to scratch or dent the surface of
the front conveyor roller as you remove it from
the sander. Damage to the conveyor roller could
result in premature wear of the conveyor belt.
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Continued on next page
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-%
Remove the three cap screws securing the left rear
conveyor roller bracket to the conveyor support, but
leave the roller assembly and the bracket in place,
as shown in =`^li\*/.
Rear Conveyor
Roller Bracket
Hex Bolt
(1 of 2)
NOTICE
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.%
Loosen, but do not remove, the upper cap screws on
the left side of the conveyor assembly that secure
the sander assembly to the mounting brackets (see
=`^li\*- on GX^\*.).
=`^li\*/% Rear conveyor roller bracket
unattached from the conveyor support.
Efk\1Cffj\e`e^k_\j\ZXgjZi\njn`cci\c`\m\k_\
jkiX`efek_\YiXZb\kj]fik_\e\okjk\g%
/%
Remove the two hex bolts and flat washers on the
left side of the conveyor that secure the sander
assembly mounting brackets to the cabinet stand
(see =`^li\*/).
0%
With assistance, lift the left side of the conveyor
assembly up approximately 1", then remove the conveyor belt, as shown in =`^li\*0.
('% Slide the new conveyor belt onto the conveyor
assembly, then re-install the parts removed or loosened in reverse order.
((% Re-tension the conveyor belt, and adjust the tracking (refer to GX^\j)0*').
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()% Re-adjust the sanding drum and conveyor parallelism
(refer to GX^\*)).
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=`^li\*0% Removing the conveyor belt
from the machine.
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These pages are current at the time of printing. However, in the spirit of improvement, we may make
changes to the electrical systems of future machines. Study this diagram carefully. If you notice differences between your machine and these wiring diagrams, call Woodstock International Technical Support
at (360) 734-3482.
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COLOR KEY
J?F:B?8Q8I;
;`jZfee\Zkgfn\iY\]fi\
j\im`Z`e^\c\Zki`ZXcgXikj%
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BLACK
Bk
WHITE
Wt
GREEN
Gn
RED
Rd
BLUE
Bl
YELLOW
Yl
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8
9
:
;
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Refer to GX^\++.
8
:
Air Pressure
Brake Solenoid
(Diagram: GX^\+*)
Air Pressure
Safety Switch
(Diagram: GX^\+*)
9
Electrical Box
& Control Panel
(Photo: GX^\+(,
Diagram: GX^\+))
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Conveyor Motor
(Diagram: GX^\+*)
;
Sanding Motor
(Diagram: GX^\+*)
READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY
ON PAGE 39!
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electrical box photo
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<c\Zki`ZXc9fo:fekifcGXe\c
Conveyor DC
Motor Control
Contactor &
Overload Relay
=`^li\+'% Electrical box wiring (Diagram: GX^\+)).
Power Lamp
Amperage Load Meter
Sanding Motor
ON Button
Conveyor
Feed Rate
Dial
Emergency
Stop Button
Conveyor ON/
OFF Switch
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READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY
ON PAGE 39!
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=`^li\+(% Control panel wiring (Diagram: GX^\+)).
electrical box diagram
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<c\Zki`ZXc9fo:fekifcGXe\cN`i`e^;`X^iXd
To Conveyor Motor
(GX^\+*)
Wt Bk
Bk Rd
To Air Pressure
Safety Switch
(GX^\+*)
<gdjcY
Bk
Rd Wt
Rd
Wt
A1
A2
Rd
Bk
Bk
Bk
Bk
1L1
3L2
5L3
17
NHD C-09D
220V
2T1
4T2
Rd
DC Motor Control
(Conveyor Motor)
13NO
To Air Pressure
Brake Solenoid
(GX^\+*)
18
Wt
14NO
6T3
Bk
Bk
Rd
Wt
Wt
Rd
Bk
Wt
Gn
Rd
NHD NTH-17
Rd
14
15
Power
Light
16
R
O
17
Ground
To Sanding Motor
(GX^\+*)
Bk
Wt
Gn
X1
Rd
98
97
2T1
96
X2
95
4T2
Rd
6T3
Rd
Gn
Wt
Wt
Ground
Bk
Bk
Wt
Bk
Sanding Motor
Rd
ON Button
Bk
¶
Rd
Bk
Amp Load
Meter
4
3
Rd
Rd
Hot
Hot
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Wt
Bk
Coveyor
ON/OFF
Switch
Rd
Wt
Bk
Wt
Conveyor
Variable Speed
Dial
READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY
ON PAGE 39!
Emergency Stop
Button
Bk
3
4
Bk
Rd
1
2
Rd
Ground
Gn
Bk
G
6-20 Plug
(as recommended)
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electrical components
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Sanding Motor
Bk
Run Capacitor
50M 250V
Bk
Gn
Wt
Electrical Box
Start Capacitor
400M 125V
Bk
=`^li\+)% Sanding motor wiring.
=`^li\+,% Sanding motor wiring diagram.
Gn
Bk
Bk
Wt
Electrical Box
Conveyor
Motor
=`^li\+*% Conveyor motor wiring.
Bk
=`^li\+-% Conveyor motor wiring diagram.
Air Pressure
Safety Switch
Air Pressure Safety Switch
Bk
Air Pressure
Brake
Solenoid
Electrical Box
Electrical Box
=`^li\++% Air pressure safety switch and brake
solenoid.
Air Pressure
Brake Solenoid
=`^li\+.% Air pressure safety switch and brake
solenoid wiring diagrams.
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READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY
ON PAGE 39!
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Bk
pneumatic system
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Air Pressure Safety Switch
(I\](0/ on GX^\+.)
4-Way Valve
(I\](0, on GX^\+.)
Oscillation Cylinder
(I\])*, on GX^\+.)
Air Regulator
(I\](+) on GX^\+.)
Oscillation Valve
(I\])(. on GX^\+.)
Air Pressure
Brake Solenoid
(I\](00 on GX^\+.)
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Sanding Motor
Brake Unit
(I\](+) on GX^\+.)
Shop Air
Compressor
Refer to GX^\+*.
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This section covers the most common problems and corrections with this type of
machine. N8IE@E>;FEFKdXb\XepX[aljkd\ekjlek`cgfn\i`j[`jZfee\Zk\[Xe[
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GIF9C<D
GFJJ@9C<:8LJ<
:FII<:K@M<8:K@FE
Machine does not start 1. Switch disabling key removed.
or a breaker trips.
2. Emergency stop push-button engaged/
faulty.
3. Power supply switched OFF or at fault.
4. Plug/receptacle at fault/wired wrong.
5. Start capacitor at fault.
6. Air pressure safety switch open/at
fault.
7. Motor connection wired wrong.
8. Thermal overload relay has tripped.
9. Wall circuit breaker tripped.
1. Install switch disabling key.
2. Rotate button to reset/replace it.
Ensure power supply is on/has correct voltage.
Test for good contacts; correct the wiring.
Test/replace if faulty.
Adjust air pressure safety switch; replace if
faulty.
7. Correct motor wiring connections (Page 43).
8. Reset; adjust trip load dial if necessary; replace.
9. Ensure circuit size is correct/replace weak breaker.
10. Contactor not energized/has poor con- 10. Test all legs for power/replace if faulty.
tacts.
11. Check/fix broken, disconnected, or corroded
11. Wiring open/has high resistance.
wires.
12. Motor ON button or ON/OFF switch at 12. Replace button/switch.
fault.
13. Test/repair/replace.
13. Motor at fault.
Machine stalls
underpowered.
or
3.
4.
5.
6.
is 1. Workpiece material not suitable for 1. Only sand wood/ensure moisture is below 20%.
machine.
2. Depth of cut too much; feed rate to 2. Properly adjust depth of cut (Page 22); reduce
conveyor feed rate.
fast.
3. Clear blockages, seal leaks, use smooth wall duct,
3. Dust collection ducting problem.
eliminate bends, close other branches.
4. Test/repair/replace.
4. Run capacitor at fault.
5. Wire motor correctly (Page 43).
5. Motor wired incorrectly.
6. Test for good contacts/correct wiring.
6. Plug/receptacle at fault.
7. Test/repair/replace.
7. Motor bearings at fault.
8. Clean/replace sandpaper; reduce feed rate/sand8. Machine undersized for task.
ing depth of cut (Page 22)
9. Contactor not energized/has poor con- 9. Test all legs for power/replace if faulty.
tacts.
10. Clean motor, let cool, and reduce workload.
10. Motor overheated.
11. Test/repair/replace.
11. Motor at fault.
2. Machine incorrectly mounted.
3. Motor fan rubbing on fan cover.
4. Motor bearings at fault.
5. Conveyor gearbox at fault.
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1. Inspect/replace damaged bolts/nuts, and re-tighten with thread locking fluid.
2. Tighten mounting bolts; relocate/shim machine.
3. Fix/replace fan cover; replace loose/damaged
fan.
4. Test by rotating shaft; rotational grinding/loose
shaft requires bearing replacement.
5. Rebuild gearbox for bad gear(s)/bearing(s).
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Machine has vibration or 1. Motor or component loose.
noisy operation.
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GFJJ@9C<:8LJ<
:FII<:K@M<8:K@FE
Grit rubs off sanding 1. Sanding belt has been stored in an incor- 1. Store sanding belts away from extremely dry/
belt easily.
moist environment or hot temperatures.
rect environment.
2. Sanding belt has been folded or 2. Store sanding belt flat, not folded or bent.
smashed.
1. Reduce sanding depth of cut (Page 22) or use
coarser grit sandpaper.
2. Sanding softwood or workpiece with high 2. Use different stock, or accept the characteristics
of the stock and plan on cleaning/replacing belts
residue.
frequently; remove residue, such as varnish/
paint, before sanding.
Sanding belt clogs quick- 1. Sanding depth of cut too aggressive.
ly or workpiece burns.
Burn
marks
workpiece.
1. Use a coarser grit sanding belt.
on 1. Using too fine of sanding grit.
2. Properly adjust depth of cut (Page 22).
2. Sanding depth of cut too aggressive.
3. Workpiece moves too slow through sand- 3 Increase conveyor feed rate.
er.
Glazed sanding surface.
1. Sanding wet stock.
2. Sanding stock with high residue.
1. Only sand wood/ensure moisture is below 20%.
2. Remove residue, such as varnish or paint, before
sanding, or accept the characteristics of the stock
and plan on cleaning/replacing sanding belts frequently.
Workpiece slips on con- 1. Conveyor belt dirty or worn.
veyor.
2. Pressure rollers not adjusted properly.
1. Clean/replace conveyor belt.
2. Properly adjust pressure roller height (Page 36).
Uneven workpiece thick- 1. Sanding drum not parallel to conveyor.
ness from side-to-side.
1. Adjust the sanding belt to conveyor parallelism
(Page 32).
2. Replace conveyor belt (Page 37).
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2. Conveyor belt is worn.
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258
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176-6
179
185
202
193
184
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143
205
135
168 174
181 183
112
169
111
182
134
176
139
180
177 178
137 138
173
172
171
176-4 176-3 176-2 176-1
170
253
133
231
144
145
147
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132 140 141
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155 116
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111
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112
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252
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162
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110
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256
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163
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105
114
C
115
D
257
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167 205
135
B
103
116
103
244
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H
165
117
102
253 166
101
G
247
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124
243
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118
D
103
112
254
126
122
242
231
127
135
A
245
117
122
241 111
H 129
251 246
A
262
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200
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121
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142 130
209
149 148
208
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207 156
154
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217
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219 142
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248
146
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104 121
222
221
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220
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212 211
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PART #
DESCRIPTION
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PART #
DESCRIPTION
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102
103
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105
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X1813101
X1813102
XPS16M
X1813104
X1813105
XPK12M
X1813107
X1813108
XPSS03
X1813110
XPB19
XPW06
X1813113
X1813113-1
XPSB26M
X1813115
XPSB02
X1813117
X1813118
X1813119
X1813120
XPR18M
XPN05
XPB10
X1813124
X1813125
XPSS39
XPLN02
X1813128
X1813129
X1813130
XPSB31M
XPSB61M
X1813133
X1813134
XPSB06
X1813136
XP51102
XPRP39M
X1813139
X1813140
X1813141
XP51105
X1813143
X1813144
X1813145
XPSB04
X1813147
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X1813149
CONVEYOR TABLE
CONVEYOR ROLLER BRACKET LR
PHLP HD SCR M8-1.25 X 16
BALL BEARING 6003ZZNR
CONVEYOR ROLLER REAR
KEY 5 X 5 X 30
CONVEYOR ROLLER BRACKET RR
LOCK COLLAR
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
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HEX BOLT 1/4-20 X 1/2
FLAT WASHER 1/4
CONVEYOR MOTOR
CONVEYOR MOTOR WORM
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12
CONVEYOR ROLLER GUARD REAR
CAP SCREW 10-24 X 3/8
CONVEYOR ROLLER BRACKET FRONT
CONVEYOR ROLLER FRONT
CONVEYOR ROLLER SHAFT FRONT
BALL BEARING 6203ZZ
EXT RETAINING RING 17MM
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CONVEYOR BELT
LOCK COLLAR
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LOCK NUT 1/4-20
CONVEYOR ROLLER GUARD FRONT
SUPPORT LEG
SUPPORT FRAME
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 20
ELEVATION SCALE
WORM ROD BRACKET
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1
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THRUST BEARING 51102
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SPECIAL LOCK NUT
HANDWHEEL
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WORM SHAFT
WORM GUARD
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/2
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X1813155
XPSB03
X1813157
XPSS19
XPN02
X1813160
X1813161
XP6205
X1813163
X1813164
XPB20M
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XPSB30
X1813168
XPB03
XPB12
XPLW01
XPW07
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XPSS02
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X1813191
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FLAT WASHER 10MM
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LOCK NUT M10-1.5
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LOWER SANDING BELT FRAME
POINTER
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GIB
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HEX NUT 5/16-18
LOCK HANDLE
SANDING DRUM
BALL BEARING 6205ZZ
BEARING HOUSING
AUXILIARY SUPPORT PLATE
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 35
SPACER
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MOTOR MOUNT
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HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1-1/4
LOCK WASHER 5/16
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COUPLER
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CAPACITOR COVER
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AMPERAGE METER
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X1813212
X1813213
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XPW06
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X1813218
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X1813221
X1813222
X1813223
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X1813225
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X1813227
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KNOB
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ROLLER SUPPORT BRACKET L.
ROLLER SUPPORT BRACKET R.
PHLP HD SCR M8-1.25 X 12
COMPRESSION SPRING
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MACHINE ID LABEL
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SHOP FOX NAMEPLATE-MEDIUM
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