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Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
10-inch Cabinet Saw
Model PM1000
Powermatic
427 New Sanford Road
LaVergne, Tennessee 37086
Ph.: 800-274-6848
www.powermatic.com
Part No. M-1791000
Revision A3 05/2014
Copyright © 2014 Powermatic
1.0 Warranty and Service
Powermatic warrants every product it sells against manufacturers’ defects. If one of our tools needs service or repair,
please contact Technical Service by calling 1-800-274-6846, 8AM to 5PM CST, Monday through Friday.
Warranty Period
The general warranty lasts for the time period specified in the literature included with your product or on the official
Powermatic branded website.
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Powermatic products carry a limited warranty which varies in duration based upon the product. (See chart
below)
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Accessories carry a limited warranty of one year from the date of receipt.
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Consumable items are defined as expendable parts or accessories expected to become inoperable within a
reasonable amount of use and are covered by a 90 day limited warranty against manufacturer’s defects.
Who is Covered
This warranty covers only the initial purchaser of the product from the date of delivery.
What is Covered
This warranty covers any defects in workmanship or materials subject to the limitations stated below. This warranty
does not cover failures due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, normal wear-and-tear,
improper repair, alterations or lack of maintenance.
Warranty Limitations
Woodworking products with a Five Year Warranty that are used for commercial or industrial purposes default to a
Two Year Warranty. Please contact Technical Service at 1-800-274-6846 for further clarification.
How to Get Technical Support
Please contact Technical Service by calling 1-800-274-6846. Please note that you will be asked to provide proof
of initial purchase when calling. If a product requires further inspection, the Technical Service representative will
explain and assist with any additional action needed. Powermatic has Authorized Service Centers located throughout
the United States. For the name of an Authorized Service Center in your area call 1-800-274-6846 or use the Service
Center Locator on the Powermatic website.
More Information
Powermatic is constantly adding new products. For complete, up-to-date product information, check with your local
distributor or visit the Powermatic website.
How State Law Applies
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, subject to applicable state law.
Limitations on This Warranty
POWERMATIC LIMITS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY FOR EACH
PRODUCT. EXCEPT AS STATED HEREIN, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXCLUDED. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
POWERMATIC SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR DEATH, INJURIES TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY, OR
FOR INCIDENTAL, CONTINGENT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OF
OUR PRODUCTS. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
Powermatic sells through distributors only. The specifications listed in Powermatic printed materials and on the official
Powermatic website are given as general information and are not binding. Powermatic reserves the right to effect at
any time, without prior notice, those alterations to parts, fittings, and accessory equipment which they may deem
necessary for any reason whatsoever.
Product Listing with Warranty Period
90 Days – Parts; Consumable items
1 Year – Motors, Machine Accessories
2 Year – Woodworking Machinery used for industrial or commercial purposes
5 Year – Woodworking Machinery
NOTE: Powermatic is a division of JPW Industries, Inc. References in this document to Powermatic also apply to
JPW Industries, Inc., or any of its successors in interest to the Powermatic brand.
2 2.0 Table of contents
Section
Page
1.0 Warranty and Service ..................................................................................................................................... 2 2.0 Table of contents............................................................................................................................................ 3 3.0 Safety warnings.............................................................................................................................................. 4 3.1 Kickback ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 4.0 About this manual .......................................................................................................................................... 6 5.0 Glossary ......................................................................................................................................................... 7 6.0 Specifications ................................................................................................................................................. 8 7.0 Setup and assembly..................................................................................................................................... 10 7.1 Shipping contents ..................................................................................................................................... 10 7.2 Tools required for assembly ..................................................................................................................... 10 7.3 Unpacking and cleanup ............................................................................................................................ 10 7.4 Installing handwheels and hooks ............................................................................................................. 11 7.5 Installing table extensions ........................................................................................................................ 11 7.6 Leveling table extensions ......................................................................................................................... 11 7.7 Rails and Fence ....................................................................................................................................... 12 7.8 Switch bracket .......................................................................................................................................... 12 7.9 Wood Extension Table ............................................................................................................................. 12 7.10 Motor cover ............................................................................................................................................ 12 7.11 Table insert ............................................................................................................................................. 12 7.12 Installing and removing blade ................................................................................................................. 13 7.13 Riving knife ............................................................................................................................................. 13 7.14 Anti-kickback pawls ................................................................................................................................ 14 7.15 Blade guard ............................................................................................................................................ 14 7.16 Dust chute .............................................................................................................................................. 14 8.0 Electrical connections .................................................................................................................................. 14 8.1 Grounding instructions ............................................................................................................................. 14 8.2 Voltage conversion ................................................................................................................................... 15 8.3 Overload reset button ............................................................................................................................... 15 8.4 Extension cords ........................................................................................................................................ 15 8.5 Magnetic switch and safety key................................................................................................................ 15 9.0 Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................. 16 9.1 Tools required for adjustments ................................................................................................................. 16 9.2 Fence alignment ....................................................................................................................................... 16 9.3 Blade raising/tilt mechanism ..................................................................................................................... 16 9.4 Miter gauge .............................................................................................................................................. 16 9.5 Blade tilt stop adjustment ......................................................................................................................... 17 9.6 Riving knife alignment .............................................................................................................................. 18 9.7 Table to blade alignment .......................................................................................................................... 19 9.8 Belt adjustment ......................................................................................................................................... 19 9.9 Arbor/Arbor Bearing Removal .................................................................................................................. 20 10.0 Operations.................................................................................................................................................. 20 11.0 Safety devices ............................................................................................................................................ 24 12.0 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................... 26 12.1 Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................. 26 12.2 Lubrication .............................................................................................................................................. 26 12.3 Miscellaneous......................................................................................................................................... 26 13.0 Optional accessories .................................................................................................................................. 27 14.0 Troubleshooting the PM1000 Cabinet Saw................................................................................................ 28 15.0 Replacement Parts..................................................................................................................................... 29 15.1.1 PM1000 Table and Cabinet Assembly – Exploded View .................................................................... 30 15.1.2 PM1000 Table and Cabinet Assembly – Parts List ............................................................................. 31 15.2.1 PM1000 Motor and Trunnion Assembly – Exploded View .................................................................. 33 15.2.2 PM1000 Motor and Trunnion Assembly – Parts List ........................................................................... 34 15.3.1 PM1000 Blade Guard Assembly – Exploded View ............................................................................. 36 15.3.2 PM1000 Blade Guard Assembly – Parts List ...................................................................................... 37 16.0 Electrical Connections for PM1000 ............................................................................................................ 38 3 10. Do not operate this machine while tired or
under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any
medication.
3.0 Safety warnings
1.
Read and understand the entire owner’s
manual before attempting assembly or
operation.
2.
Read and understand the warnings posted on
the machine and in this manual. Failure to
comply with all of these warnings may cause
serious injury.
3.
Replace the warning labels if they become
obscured or removed.
4.
This table saw is designed and intended for
use by properly trained and experienced
personnel only. If you are not familiar with the
proper and safe operation of a table saw, do
not use until proper training and knowledge
have been obtained.
5.
Do not use this table saw for other than its
intended use. If used for other purposes,
Powermatic disclaims any real or implied
warranty and holds itself harmless from any
injury that may result from that use.
6.
Always wear approved safety glasses/face
shields while using this table saw. Everyday
eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses;
they are not safety glasses.
7.
Before operating this table saw, remove tie,
rings, watches and other jewelry, and roll
sleeves up past the elbows. Remove all loose
clothing and confine long hair. Non-slip
footwear or anti-skid floor strips are
recommended. Do not wear gloves.
8.
Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during
extended periods of operation.
9.
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling and other construction
activities contain chemicals known to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
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Lead from lead based paint.
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Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and
other masonry products.
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Arsenic and chromium from chemically
treated lumber.
Your risk of exposure varies, depending on
how often you do this type of work. To reduce
your exposure to these chemicals, work in a
well-ventilated area and work with approved
safety equipment, such as face or dust masks
that are specifically designed to filter out
microscopic particles.
11. Make certain
grounded.
the
machine
is
properly
12. Make all machine adjustments or maintenance
with the machine unplugged from the power
source. A machine under repair should be
RED TAGGED to show it must not be used
until maintenance is complete.
13. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form a
habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from the
machine before turning it on.
14. Keep safety guards in place at all times when
the machine is in use. If removed for
maintenance purposes, use extreme caution
and replace the guards immediately.
15. Check the alignment of the riving knife, fence
and miter slot to the blade. A caution decal is
installed on each guard to remind the operator
of the dangers of improper machine operation.
16. Check damaged parts. Before further use of
the machine, a guard or other part that is
damaged should be carefully checked to
determine that it will operate properly and
perform its intended function. Check for
alignment of moving parts, binding of moving
parts, breakage of parts, mounting and any
other conditions that may affect its operation.
A guard or other part that is damaged should
be properly repaired or replaced.
17. Provide for adequate space surrounding work
area and non-glare, overhead lighting.
18. Keep the floor around the machine clean and
free of scrap material, oil and grease.
19. Keep visitors a safe distance from the work
area. Keep children away.
20. Make your workshop child proof with padlocks,
master switches or by removing safety keys.
21. Give your work undivided attention. Looking
around, carrying on a conversation and “horseplay” are careless acts that can result in
serious injury.
22. Maintain a balanced stance at all times so that
you do not fall or lean against the blade or
other moving parts. Do not overreach or use
excessive force to perform any machine
operation.
23. Use the right tool at the correct speed and
feed rate. Do not force a tool or attachment to
do a job for which it was not designed. The
right tool will do the job better and safer.
24. Use recommended accessories;
accessories may be hazardous.
improper
3.1 Kickback
25. Maintain tools with care. Keep blade sharp and
clean for the best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories.
The most common accidents among table saw
users, according to statistics, can be linked to
kickback, the high-speed expulsion of material from
the table that can strike the operator. Kickback can
also result in the operator’s hands being pulled into
the blade.
26. Check the saw blade for cracks or missing
teeth. Do not use a cracked or dull blade or
one with missing teeth or improper set. Make
sure the blade is securely locked on the arbor.
Kickback Prevention
27. Keep hands clear of the blade area. Do not
reach past the blade to clear parts or scrap
with the saw blade running. Never saw
freehand. Avoid awkward operations and hand
positions where a sudden slip could cause
your hand to contact the blade.
Tips to avoid the most common causes of
kickback:
28. Do not attempt to saw boards with loose knots
or with nails or other foreign material, on its
surface. Do not attempt to saw twisted,
warped, bowed or “in wind” stock unless one
edge has been jointed for guiding purposes
prior to sawing.
29. Do not attempt to saw long or wide boards
unsupported where spring or weight could
cause the board to shift position.
30. Always use the riving knife, blade guard, push
stick and other safety devices for all operations
where they can be used. On operations such
as dadoing or molding where the blade guard
cannot be used, use feather boards, fixtures
and other safety devices and use extreme
caution. Reinstall the riving knife and blade
guard immediately after completing the
operation that required their removal.
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Make sure the riving knife is always aligned
with the blade. A workpiece can bind or stop
the flow of the cut if the riving knife is
misaligned, and result in kickback.
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Use a riving knife during every cut. The riving
knife maintains the kerf in the workpiece,
which will reduce the chance of kickback.
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Never attempt freehand cuts. The workpiece
must be fed parallel to the blade, otherwise
kickback will likely occur. Always use the rip
fence or miter gauge to support the workpiece.
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Make sure that rip fence is parallel to blade. If
not, the chances of kickback are very high.
Take the time to check and adjust the rip
fence.
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Feed cuts through to completion. Anytime you
stop feeding a workpiece that is in the middle
of a cut, the chance of binding, resulting in
kickback, is greatly increased.
Protection Tips from Kickback
31. Be sure the saw blade rotates clockwise when
viewed from the motor side (left side) of the
machine.
Kickback can happen even if precautions are taken
to prevent it. Listed below are some tips to protect
you if kickback does occur:
32. Turn off the machine before cleaning. Use a
brush or compressed air to remove chips or
debris — do not use your hands.
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Stand to the side of the blade when cutting. An
ejected workpiece usually travels directly in
front of the blade.
33. Do not stand on the machine. Serious injury
could occur if the machine tips over.
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34. Never leave the machine running unattended.
Turn the power off and do not leave the
machine until it comes to a complete stop.
Wear safety glasses or a face shield. Your
eyes and face are the most vulnerable part of
your body.
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35. Remove loose items and unnecessary work
pieces from the area before starting the
machine.
Never place your hand behind the blade. If
kickback occurs, your hand will be pulled into
the blade.
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Use a push stick to keep your hands farther
away from the moving blade. If a kickback
occurs, the push stick will most likely take the
damage that your hand would have received.
5 Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual:
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in minor injury and/or possible
machine damage.
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in serious injury or possibly even
death.
4.0 About this manual
This manual is provided by Powermatic covering the safe operation and maintenance procedures for a
Powermatic Model PM1000 Cabinet Saw. This manual contains instructions on installation, safety precautions,
general operating procedures, maintenance instructions and parts breakdown. Your machine has been
designed and constructed to provide years of trouble-free operation if used in accordance with the instructions
as set forth in this document.
This manual is not intended to be an exhaustive guide to table saw operational methods, use of jigs or aftermarket accessories, choice of stock, etc. Additional knowledge can be obtained from experienced users or
trade articles. Whatever accepted methods are used, always make personal safety a priority.
If there are questions or comments, please contact your local supplier or Powermatic. Powermatic can also be
reached at our web site: www.powermatic.com.
Retain this manual for future reference. If the machine transfers ownership, the manual should accompany it.
Read and understand the entire contents of this manual before attempting assembly
or operation! Failure to comply may cause serious injury!
6 5.0 Glossary
Arbor: Metal shaft that connects the drive
mechanism to the blade.
Parallel: Position of the rip fence equal in distance
at every point to the side face of the saw blade.
Bevel Edge Cut: Tilt of the saw arbor and blade
between 0° and 45° to perform an angled cutting
operation.
Perpendicular: 90° (right angle) intersection or
position of the vertical and horizontal planes such
as the position of the saw blade (vertical) to the
table surface (horizontal).
Blade Guard: Mechanism mounted over the saw
blade to prevent accidental contact with the cutting
edge.
Push Board/Push Stick: An instrument used to
safely push the workpiece through the cutting
operation by keeping the operator’s hands at a
distance.
Crosscut: Sawing operation in which the miter
gauge is used to cut across the grain of the
workpiece.
Rabbet: A cutting operation that creates an
L-shaped channel along the edge of the board.
Dado Blade: Blade(s) used for cutting grooves and
rabbets. A stacked dado set can be used for wider
grooves.
Rip Cut: A cut made along the grain of the
workpiece.
Riving Knife: A metal plate fixed relative to the
blade, which moves with the blade as cutting depth
is adjusted. Thus, it maintains not only the kerf
opening in the workpiece, but also the knife-toblade distance. A low-profile riving knife sits lower
than the top edge of the blade, for making a nonthrough cut.
Dado Cut: Flat bottomed groove in the face of the
workpiece made with a dado blade.
Featherboard: Device used to keep a board
against the rip fence or table that allows the
operator to keep hands away from saw blade.
Freehand: Moving the workpiece into the blade
using only the hands, without a fixed positioning
device. (This is a dangerous, unacceptable
procedure – always use appropriate devices to
feed the workpiece through the saw blade during
cutting operations.)
Splitter (Spreader): A stationary metal plate to
which the blade guard is attached that maintains
the kerf opening in the workpiece during a cutting
operation.
Standard Kerf: 1/8" gap made with a standard
blade.
Kerf: The resulting cut or gap made by a saw
blade.
Straightedge: A tool used to check that a surface
is flat or parallel.
Kickback: An event in which the workpiece is lifted
up and thrown back toward an operator, caused
when a workpiece binds on the saw blade or
between the blade and rip fence (or other fixed
object). To minimize or prevent injury from
kickbacks, see the Operations section.
Through Sawing: A sawing operation in which the
workpiece thickness is completely sawn through.
Proper blade height usually allows 1/8" of the top
of blade to extend above the wood stock. Keep the
blade guard down, the anti-kickback pawls down,
and the riving knife in place over the blade.
Miter Gauge: A component that controls the
workpiece movement while performing a crosscut
of various angles.
Non-Through Cut: A sawing operation that
requires the removal of the blade guard and
standard riving knife, resulting in a cut that does
not protrude through the top of the workpiece
(includes Dado and rabbet cuts).
The blade guard and riving knife must be reinstalled after performing a non-through cut to
avoid accidental contact with the saw blade during
operation.
7 6.0 Specifications
Model number ............................................................................................................................................. PM1000
Stock numbers:
Saw unit only, without Accu-Fence or rail system ..................................................................................... 1791000
Saw with 30” Accu-Fence and rail system ..............................................................................................1791000K
Saw with 50” Accu-Fence and rail system ..............................................................................................1791001K
Motor and electricals:
Motor type ............................................................................ totally enclosed fan cooled, induction, capacitor start
Horsepower ............................................................................................................................................ 1-3/4 HP
Phase......................................................................................................................................................... single
Voltage................................................................................................................................................. 115/230V
Cycle........................................................................................................................................................... 60Hz
Listed FLA (full load amps)...................................................................................................................... 15/7.5 A
Motor speed ........................................................................................................................................ 3450 RPM
Starting amps ............................................................................................................................................... 74 A
Running amps (no load) ............................................................................................................................... 2.7 A
Start capacitor ......................................................................................................................... 300MFD, 125VAC
Run capacitor ................................................................................................................................ 70μF, 250VAC
Overload reset ......................................................................................................... manual push button on motor
Power transfer ......................................................................................................................................poly v-belt
On/off switch .............................................................................................. magnetic, push button with safety key
Motor speed ........................................................................................................................................ 3450 RPM
Power cord ....................................................................................................................... 14 AWG, 6 ft. (183 cm)
Power plug installed........................................................................................................................................ yes
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Recommended circuit size ............................................................................................................................ 20A
Sound emission ........................................................................... 80 dB at 30 " (762 mm) from blade, without load
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subject to local/national electrical codes.
Arbor and blade*:
Blade diameter .................................................................................................................................10" (254mm)
Arbor diameter.............................................................................................................................. 5/8" (15.88mm)
Arbor speed..................................................................................................................................................4200
Arbor lock ....................................................................................................................................................... yes
Arbor wrench included ..................................................................................................... combination 17 / 27 mm
Maximum depth of cut at 90 degrees ............................................................................................. 3-1/8" (79 mm)
Maximum depth of cut at 45 degrees ............................................................................................. 2-1/8" (54 mm)
Maximum rip to right of blade ................................................................................................................ 30" or 52"
Maximum rip to left of blade .............................................................................................................12" (305 mm)
Dado maximum width ................................................................................................................ 13/16" (20.6 mm)
Dado maximum diameter .................................................................................................................. 8" (200 mm)
Blade height per one revolution of handwheel ................................. 19/64" (7.5mm) for 90°; 1/16" (1.7 mm) for 45°
Blade tilt ...................................................................................................................................... left, 0 to 45 deg.
*blade not included
Materials:
Main table ................................................................................................................................... ground cast iron
Extension wings........................................................................................................................... ground cast iron
Trunnion................................................................................................................................................. cast iron
Enclosed cabinet .......................................................................................................................................... steel
Table:
Main table dimensions ............................................................................................20" L x 27" W (508 x 686 mm)
Table dimensions with wings ................................................................................. 40" L x 27" W (1016 x 686 mm)
Table area in front of blade at maximum height .................................................................................10" (305 mm)
Table height from floor, approximate .......................................................................................... 34-1/4" (870 mm)
Miter T-slot .................................................................................................... two at 3/4" W x 3/8" D (19 x 10 mm)
Edge bevel ................................................................................................................................................... front
Dimensions:
Cabinet footprint ............................................................................................... 23" W x 24-1/2" L (584 x 622 mm)
Overall dimensions of shipping carton (cabinet only) ......... 30-1/2” L x 27-1/2” W x 43-3/4”H (77.5 x 70 x 111.4 cm)
Overall dimensions, fully assembled, accessories mounted:
with 30" rip .............................................................................. 43" W x 61" L x 44" H (1092 x 1549 x 1117 mm)
with 52" rip .............................................................................. 43" W x 83" L x 44" H (1092 x 2108 x 1117 mm)
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Dust collection:
Dust port outside diameter ................................................................................................................ 4" (100 mm)
Minimum extraction volume required .........................................................................................350 cfm (18 cmm)
Weights:
Saw Only (Net/Shipping) ............................................................................................................... 289 lb (131 kg)
Saw assembled with 30" Rail/Fence .............................................................................................. 330 lb (150 kg)
Saw assembled with 52" Rail/Fence .............................................................................................. 335 lb (152 kg)
L=length; W=width; D=depth; H=height
The specifications in this manual were current at time of publication, but because of our policy of continuous
improvement, Powermatic reserves the right to change specifications at any time and without prior notice,
without incurring obligations.
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7.1.2 Hardware package (Figure 2)
7.0 Setup and assembly
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7.1 Shipping contents
7.1.1 Carton contents (Figure 1)
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Cabinet saw
Guard assembly (A)
Miter gauge (B)
Anti-kickback pawl assembly (C)
Riving knife (D)
Arbor wrench (E)
Storage hooks (F)
Push stick (G)
Knobs (H)
Handles (I)
Handwheels (J)
Motor Cover (K)
Extension wing – Left (L)
Extension wing – Right (M)
Insert plate – (N)
Low profile riving knife – (P)
Hardware package
Warranty card
Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Hex cap screws, M10x35 (HP-1)
Lock washers, M10 (HP-2)
Flat washers, M10 (HP-3)
Socket head button screws, M6x16 (HP-4)
Lock washers, M6 (HP-5)
Flat washers, M6 (HP-6)
Socket flat head screws, M6x10 (HP-7)
Figure 2
Note: Fence and rail assemblies, and wood
extension tables and legs, are shipped in separate
cartons.
Read and understand all
assembly instructions before attempting
assembly. The saw must be disconnected
(unplug!) from power during assembly. Failure
to comply may cause serious injury.
7.2 Tools required for assembly
Hex keys – 3 and 4mm
Open end wrenches – 14 and 17mm
Cross point screwdriver
Straight edge
Rubber mallet (or hammer with block of wood)
Note: A ratchet wrench/socket set may speed
assembly time. Additional tools may be needed for
assembly of fence and rails – consult Accu-Fence
manual.
7.3 Unpacking and cleanup
Remove all contents from shipping carton. Remove
items from inside cabinet. Do not discard carton or
packing material until saw is assembled and
running satisfactorily.
Compare contents of your container with above
parts lists to make sure all parts are intact. Missing
parts, if any, should be reported to your distributor.
(Check saw first in case parts were preinstalled.)
Read instruction manual thoroughly for assembly,
maintenance and safety instructions.
Figure 1
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1.
Remove screws holding saw to pallet, by
unscrewing them from underneath pallet.
2.
Carefully slide saw from pallet onto floor.
edge. Install center screw and washer, and
make snug. Then pivot wing parallel to saw
table to insert remaining two screws.)
The cabinet saw should be placed in an area with a
sturdy level floor, good ventilation and sufficient
lighting. Leave enough space around the machine
for mounting extension wings and rail assemblies,
and loading and off-loading stock and general
maintenance work.
Exposed metal surfaces, such as table top and
extension wings, have been given a protective
coating at the factory. This should be removed with
a soft cloth moistened with kerosene or a cleanerdegreaser. Do not use acetone, gasoline, or
lacquer thinner for this purpose. Do not use
solvents on plastic parts, and avoid using an
abrasive pad as it can scratch surfaces.
Figure 4
7.4 Installing handwheels and hooks
Refer to Figure 3.
1.
Install handwheels (J, Figure 3) onto tilting and
raising shafts, as shown. Fit the slot of
handwheel hub onto roll pin on shaft, then
secure by screwing on a locking knob (H).
2.
Install handle (I) onto each handwheel, using
14mm wrench on the flat to tighten it.
3.
Install storage hooks (F) with two button head
screws and washers (HP-4/5/6). The hooks
are used to store the Accu-Fence when it is
not in use.
4.
Tilt arbor using right handwheel, and remove
Styrofoam packing from around motor.
2.
Repeat for opposite extension wing. Lightly
snug screws.
3.
The front edge of extension wings must be
flush with front edge of saw table. If needed,
tap front edge of wing with a rubber mallet to
make flush. See Figure 5.
Figure 5
7.6 Leveling table extensions
Refer to Figure 6.
Level extension wings to saw table using a straight
edge. A metal straight edge is ideal, though a
carefully jointed board may also be used.
Figure 3
7.5 Installing table extensions
Refer to Figure 4.
1.
Attach an extension wing to saw table. There
is a left and a right version – make sure edge
bevel on table extension faces front, to match
that of saw table. Use three screws, lock
washers and flat washers (HP-1/2/3). Lightly
snug screws with 17mm wrench.
Figure 6
(Assembly Tip: If you are doing this without an
assistant, lift extension wing vertically to table
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1.
Shift extension wing so it is slightly above saw
table surface.
2.
Begin by tightening the three screws (17mm
wrench) under the extension wing that secure
it to saw table. Tighten these just enough to
hold wing in place but loose enough to change
wing height by tapping on it.
For instructions on mounting the accessory wood
extension table, consult Accu-Fence manual,
document no. M-2195075Z.
Lay straight edge (Figure 6) across saw table
and extension wing, extending it out past edge
of wing as shown.
Refer to Figure 8.
3.
4.
5.
7.9 Wood Extension Table
7.10 Motor cover
At the motor side, slide hinge pins through motor
cover cylinders and into hinge barrels on saw.
Close motor cover until it catches on latch post on
saw.
Move straight edge to several places along
wing, as you continue to nudge wing level with
saw table. As each area of wing becomes
flush with table, tighten the screw under that
area. Continue until all three screws are fully
tightened. NOTE: Make sure front edge of
wing remains flush with front edge of saw
table.
Note: The catch mechanism may require slight
adjustment to ensure proper alignment.
Repeat above steps for opposite extension
wing.
7.7 Rails and Fence
With extension wings properly aligned, the rails
and Accu-Fence® assembly can now be mounted
to saw. Consult manual no. M-2195075Z, that
accompanies the fence.
NOTE: The switch bracket must be mounted to
front rail before installing guide tube. Follow
instructions in section 7.8, then install guide tube.
7.8 Switch bracket
Refer to Figure 7.
Figure 8
After front rail has been installed, mount switch
bracket with three flat head screws (HP-7).
Mount guide tube to front rail, referring to
instructions in your Accu-Fence manual.
7.11 Table insert
Refer to Figure 9.
Push insert down into table opening. Verify that
insert lies flush with table surface by resting a
straight edge across it at various points. If insert is
not flush along its length, turn any of six set screws
to raise or lower that area of the insert.
Figure 7
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Figure 9
NOTE: If while lowering blade, the points on the
anti-kickback pawls tend to catch in the seam
between table and table insert, slightly raise that
area of table insert above main table surface.
Figure 11 (blade not provided)
7.12 Installing and removing blade
7.13 Riving knife
A blade is not provided with the PM1000.
Refer to Figure 12.
To install riving knife:
Use care when working with or
around sharp saw blades to prevent injury.
Refer to Figures 10 and 11.
1.
Disconnect machine from power source.
2.
Remove table insert.
4.
Raise blade arbor all the way up, and set
blade tilt to 0°. Tighten handwheel locking
knob.
5.
Press arbor lock pin (C) and rotate arbor to
engage pin into slot in the arbor.
Simultaneously remove arbor nut (A); loosen
with arbor wrench if necessary.
6.
Remove flange (B).
7.
Install blade onto arbor, making sure the teeth
point downward toward front of saw.
8.
Install flange (B) and nut (A).
9.
Engage arbor lock (C) and tighten nut (A) with
provided arbor wrench.
1.
Remove table insert.
2.
Raise blade arbor all the way up and set tilt to
0° position.
3.
Pull quick-release lever (G, Figure 12) to open
position. The clamp plate (F) is spring loaded
and will move away from the bracket (E),
leaving a gap.
Figure 12
4.
Slide prongs of riving knife (D) into slot
between bracket (E, Figure 12) and clamp
plate (F), and push riving knife down as far as
it will go.
5.
Push lever (G) to closed position.
Figure 10
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6.
Riving knife must be parallel to saw blade. See
section 9.6 for inspection and adjustments.
8.0 Electrical connections
The PM1000 table saw is rated at 115/230V power,
and is pre-wired for 115 volt. The table saw comes
with a plug designed for use on a circuit with a
grounded outlet that looks like the one pictured in
A, Figure 13.
NOTE: A low-profile riving knife is also provided,
for making non-through cuts on the table saw.
7.14 Anti-kickback pawls
Refer to Figure 12.
1.
Install insert plate into table.
2.
Position anti-kickback pawl assembly (H) as
shown in Figure 12; the angled side of pawl
block faces toward front of saw.
3.
Lower pawl assembly onto center notch of
riving knife, with pawls straddling knife. Push
and hold button on pawl block (on opposite
side of that shown in Figure 12), and push
pawl block down until it securely engages in
notch.
4.
Before connecting to power source, be sure switch
is in off position.
It is recommended that the table saw be connected
to a dedicated 20 amp circuit with breaker or timedelay fuse marked “D”. Local codes take
precedence over recommendations.
8.1 Grounding instructions
1. All Grounded, Cord-connected Tools:
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock.
This tool is equipped with an electric cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into a
matching outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
Allow pawls to drop freely to the table.
7.15 Blade guard
Refer to Figure 12.
1.
Push and hold button (J1) at back end of
guard.
2.
Push guard (J) down at an angle, as shown,
until pin engages rear slot in riving knife, then
push down front of guard until it seats properly,
and is parallel to table top.
3.
Release button (J1). The transparent guard
leaves (K) should drop freely to the table.
4.
Lift up on guard assembly to verify proper
seating.
Do not modify the plug provided - if it will not fit the
outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. The
conductor with insulation having an outer surface
that is green with or without yellow stripes is the
equipment-grounding conductor. If repair or
replacement of the electric cord or plug is
necessary, do not connect the equipmentgrounding conductor to a live terminal.
NOTE: The transparent leaves can be kept in
raised position by lifting them up and forward.
Check with a qualified
electrician or service personnel if the
grounding instructions are not completely
understood, or if in doubt as to whether the
tool is properly grounded. Failure to comply
may cause serious or fatal injury.
Guard and pawl assemblies
must be securely installed, and leaves must be
in contact with table, before beginning any
through-cutting operation.
The bracket and clamp plate (E/F, Figure 12) are
adjusted at the factory and no further adjustment of
the blade guard and riving knife assembly should
be necessary. However, proper alignment is very
important. Before operating table saw, read
section 9.6 ,Riving knife alignment, to verify and
follow adjustment procedure if necessary.
Use only 3-wire extension cords that have 3-prong
grounding plugs and 3-pole receptacles that accept
the tool's plug.
Repair or replace
immediately.
damaged
or
worn
cord
7.16 Dust chute
Use of a dust collection system (not provided) is
strongly recommended during table saw operation.
It will help keep the shop clean, as well as prevent
potential health issues due to dust inhalation.
Attach dust collection hose to the 4-inch dust port
at base of saw, and secure with a wire hose clamp
(not provided).
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2. Grounded, cord-connected tools intended for
use on a supply circuit having a nominal rating
less than 150 volts:
8.3 Overload reset button
If saw becomes overloaded and the motor shuts
off, open motor cover and push reset button (B,
Figure 14) to restart. If overloading happens
frequently, consult the Troubleshooting section in
this manual.
This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has an
outlet that looks like the one illustrated in A, Figure
13. An adapter, shown in B and C, may be used to
connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as shown
in B if a properly grounded outlet is not available.
The temporary adapter should be used only until a
properly grounded outlet can be installed by a
qualified electrician. This adapter is not permitted
in Canada. The green-colored rigid ear, lug, and
the like, extending from the adapter must be
connected to a permanent ground such as a
properly grounded outlet box.
3. Grounded, cord-connected tools intended for
use on a supply circuit having a nominal rating
between 150 - 250 volts, inclusive:
This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has an
outlet that looks like the one illustrated in D, Figure
13. The tool has a grounding plug that looks like
the plug illustrated in D. Make sure the tool is
connected to an outlet having the same
configuration as the plug. No adapter is available
or should be used with this tool. If the tool must be
reconnected for use on a different type of electric
circuit, the reconnection should be made by
qualified service personnel; and after reconnection,
the tool should comply with all local codes and
ordinances.
Figure 14
8.4 Extension cords
USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make sure
your extension cord is in good condition. When
using an extension cord, be sure to use one heavy
enough to carry the current your product will draw.
An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage
resulting in loss of power and overheating. Table 1
shows correct size to use depending on cord
length and nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt,
use the next heavier gauge. The smaller the gauge
number, the heavier the cord.
Ampere Rating Figure 13
8.2 Voltage conversion
To switch the incoming power leads for 230 volt
operation, follow wiring diagram on inside cover of
motor junction box (A, Figure 14). A similar
diagram is found in section 16.0 of this manual. (In
case of discrepancy, diagram in junction box takes
precedence.)
Volts Total length of cord in feet More Than Not More Than 120
240 25 50 50 100 100 200 AWG 150
300 00 06 18 16 16 14 06 10 18 16 14 12 10 12 16 16 12 16 14 12 14 12 Not Recommended Table 1
Extension Cord Recommendations
8.5 Magnetic switch and safety key
Refer to Figure 15.
The plug on the end of the motor cord must be
replaced with a UL/CSA listed plug rated for 230V.
The start switch has a power indicator lamp which
is on whenever there is power connected to the
saw, not just when the saw is running. Do not
assume that no light means there is no power to
the machine. If the bulb is bad, there will be no
indication. Always check before use.
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Do not rely that no light means
no power to the machine. Always check for
power first. Failure to comply may cause
serious injury.
To start saw, pull red button. Push it back in to stop
saw.
The switch has a safety key (Figure 15). Slide key
out and store in a safe place, to prevent
unauthorized starting of saw. Reinstall key to
operate saw.
Figure 16
9.4 Miter gauge
Refer to Figures 17 and 18.
9.4.1 Setting miter angle
The precision miter gauge has a rack and pinion
adjustment for setting the angle. To operate:
1.
Slide miter gauge into one of the slots on table
top.
2.
Loosen lock handle (A, Figure 17) by turning
counterclockwise.
3.
Pull out spring-loaded knob (C) and rotate
knob until body (B) of miter gauge is at desired
angle as indicated on scale.
4.
Tighten lock handle (A).
Figure 15
9.0 Adjustments
9.1 Tools required for adjustments
Hex keys – 3, 4, and 8mm
Wrenches – 11 and 12mm
Straight edge
Combination square
Disconnect saw from power
source before making adjustments.
9.2 Fence alignment
Figure 17
Before using the Accu-Fence®, verify that it is
properly aligned with the blade. Consult the
manual, no. M-2195075Z, that accompanied the
fence.
9.4.2 Indent settings
There are indents at 0º, 30º and 45º right and left
positions. At these settings, release knob (C) to
engage stop rod. Then tighten lock handle (A).
9.3 Blade raising/tilt mechanism
Refer to Figure 16:
Note: Do not rely solely on the indents for an
accurate setting. After stop rod engages at the 0º,
30º and 45º positions, make a fine adjustment with
the knob (C) if necessary, setting it against the
scale indicator (G).
To raise or lower blade, loosen lock knob (A) and
turn handwheel (B) on front of saw until desired
height is reached. Tighten lock knob. The blade
should be adjusted about 1/8" above top surface of
material being cut.
To tilt blade, turn lock knob (C) counter-clockwise
to loosen, turn handwheel (D) until desired angle is
obtained, as shown on tilt scale. Retighten lock
knob (C).
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9.4.3 Extension plate
screws (4mm hex key) to eliminate any play
between bar and miter slot.
The extension plate (D, Figure 17) can be adjusted
by sliding to the right or left or removed entirely.
9.5 Blade tilt stop adjustment
To adjust, loosen two lock handles (E), slide the
extension plate and retighten lock handles. Make
sure end of extension plate is not in blade path.
The stops for 90°, 45° blade tilt, and elevation
settings have all been factory set, and should
require no immediate adjustment. The settings
should be confirmed by the operator, however, and
especially if cuts become inaccurate. Both tilt stops
are located inside cabinet in front of the motor.
NOTE: The lock handles (E) are adjustable. Pull
out on handle, rotate it to different position, then
release, making sure it seats itself upon the pin.
To remove extension plate, slide it completely off
and remove lock handles (E) and mounting
hardware.
9.5.1 Tilt stop 90°
1.
Disconnect machine from power source.
9.4.4 Calibration
2.
Make sure table insert has been leveled with
table surface. See section 7.11.
3.
Raise blade all the way, and place a 90°
square on the table and against blade (Figure
19). Make sure that a blade tooth does not
obstruct the actual reading.
1.
Place miter gauge into one of the slots on the
table.
2.
Set miter gauge at 90º to blade (0º setting on
the scale) by loosening lock handle (A), then
pulling out spring-loaded knob (C) and turning
body (B) until 0º is indicated on scale.
3.
Measure accuracy of miter gauge against slot
with a combination square.
If adjustment is needed:
4.
Adjust body (B) until it is square (90º) to miter
slot.
5.
Tighten lock handle (A).
6.
Verify that scale indicator (G) reads 0º. If
further adjustment is needed:
7.
Loosen screw (F) and adjust indicator (G) until
it reads 0º.
8.
Tighten screw (F).
9.
If the above procedure does not satisfactorily
align the miter gauge, loosen two screws (J,
Figure 18) beneath mounting block and shift
block as needed. Retighten screws when
finished.
Figure 19
4.
Tilt blade with handwheel until square and
blade are flush.
5.
If adjustment is required, loosen nut (A1,
Figure 20) on 90° stop screw (A2) with a 12mm
wrench, and turn screw to proper height. Verify
setting and retighten nut.
6.
Check pointer position (Figure 21). If needed,
loosen screw and adjust pointer to zero.
Retighten screw.
Figure 18
NOTE: The bar of the miter gauge has two slots
with set screws (H, Figure 17). Adjust these set
Figure 20
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Figure 23
Figure 21
The saw blade and riving knife must be in line. If
adjustment is needed:
9.5.2 Tilt stop 45°
Repeat steps 1 through 4 above for 45° setting, as
shown in Figure 22. Loosen nut (B1) with 11mm
wrench, and turn set screw (B2) with a hex key the
needed amount. Retighten nut (B1).
3.
Pull quick-release lever (A, Figure 24) and
remove riving knife, making note as to which
direction riving knife needs to be moved to
align it with saw blade.
4.
Use a 3mm hex key to make adjustments to
four set screws (D, Figure 25) accessible
through openings located in the corners of the
clamp plate (B, Figure 25).
5.
Adjust any number of setscrews required to
bring riving knife in alignment with saw blade.
Then reinsert riving knife, secure by tightening
lever (A) and check the alignment per step 2.
6.
Repeat steps 3–5 until alignment is correct.
Figure 22
9.6 Riving knife alignment
9.6.1 Lateral alignment
The saw blade and riving knife must be in line as
close as possible with each other (lateral
alignment) for the prevention of kickback. Upon
initial blade guard and riving knife installation no
further adjustment should be necessary. Alignment
should be checked and adjusted, if required, after
each blade change.
Figure 24
Check the alignment as follows:
1.
Remove blade guard, pawl assemblies, and
table insert.
2.
Place a straightedge (A, Figure 23) on the
table so it rests against blade (B) and riving
knife (C). Rotate blade so that top of blade
tooth touches straightedge.
Figure 25
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9.6.2 Blade proximity alignment
4.
The gap between saw blade and riving knife must
be between 3 and 8mm (Figure 26).
Raise miter gauge slightly out of its slot to
serve as a shoulder. Using a sliding square (B)
against the side of the bar, slide the scale over
until it touches the tip of the blade, and lock
scale in position.
Figure 26
If adjustment is needed, note whether the blade to
knife gap needs to be increased or decreased.
Then adjust as follows:
Figure 27
Refer to Figure 25.
1.
Remove blade guard, pawl, table insert and
riving knife.
2.
Use a 5mm hex key to loosen two socket head
button screws (E, Figure 25).
Note: These screws are accessible through
openings on the clamp plate (B) located
diagonally on either side of the lever (A). They
secure the bracket (C) to the riving knife carrier
plate.
Figure 28
Loosening these screws (E) will allow the
bracket (C) to slide back and forth on the
carrier plate.
3.
Slide the bracket (C) toward or away from the
saw blade as required.
4.
Tighten the socket head button screws (E).
5.
Reinsert riving knife; tighten lock lever (A) and
check that saw blade/knife gap is between
3-8mm (Figure 26).
Note: Attempt to make the gaps as even as
possible.
9.7 Table to blade alignment
5.
Rotate marked tooth (A) so that it is slightly
above table top at the rear and, using the
square as before, verify that distance to blade
is the same. See Figure 28. If the distances
are not the same, make a careful note of the
difference.
6.
Loosen table screws (item #66, section
15.1.1), and nudge table according to the
distance you noted.
7.
Retighten screws firmly.
8.
Verify alignment, angle pointer setting, fence
setting, etc. Make any needed adjustments.
9.8 Belt adjustment
Refer to Figures 27 and 28.
9.8.1 Belt tension
The table has been squared to the blade by the
manufacturer and no adjustment should be needed
now. If cuts become inaccurate, check table/blade
squareness and correct if necessary. Use the miter
slot to do this:
Refer to Figure 29.
1.
Disconnect saw from power source.
Tension of the drive belt should be inspected after
the first few days of operation, as it may stretch
slightly during initial use; also inspect it periodically
thereafter.
2.
Raise blade to maximum height.
To tighten belt:
3.
Mark one tooth (A, Figure 27) with a grease
pencil and position the tooth slightly above top
edge of table at the front.
1.
Disconnect machine from power source.
2.
Loosen screw (C, Figure 29) with 8mm hex
key.
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3.
Listed below are conditions which can cause
kickbacks:
Press down on motor while retightening screw
(C).
If belt shows signs of wear, fraying, cracks, etc. it
should be replaced, as follows.
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9.8.2 Belt replacement
Refer to Figure 29.
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1.
Lower trunnion completely.
2.
Loosen screw (C) with 17mm wrench.
3.
Slightly loosen nut
adjustable) wrench.
4.
Pivot motor upward to release tension on belt.
5.
Replace belt.
6.
Push down on motor and tighten screw (C) to
tension new belt. Retighten nut (D).
(D)
with
1-1/4”
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(or
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ˆ
Confining
the
cutoff
piece
when
crosscutting or ripping.
Releasing workpiece before completing
operation or not pushing workpiece all the
way past saw blade.
Not using splitter/riving knife when ripping
or not maintaining alignment of splitter/
riving knife with saw blade.
Using dull saw blade.
Not maintaining alignment of rip fence so
that it tends to angle toward rather than
away from saw blade front to back.
Applying feed force when ripping to the
cutoff (free) section of workpiece instead of
the section between saw blade and fence.
Ripping wood that is twisted (not flat), or
does not have a straight edge, or has
twisted grain.
To minimize or prevent injury from kickbacks:
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Figure 29
9.9 Arbor/Arbor Bearing Removal
The saw arbor is press fitted in the saw raising arm
housing. If the arbor needs to be removed for
bearing replacement, it should be done by a
qualified service technician. Call your customer
service representative at the phone number on the
front cover.
Avoid conditions listed above.
Wear a safety face shield, goggles, or
safety glasses.
Do not use miter gauge and rip fence in
the same operation unless provision is
made by use of a facing board on the
fence, to allow the cutoff section of
workpiece to come free before the actual
cut begins (See Figure 37).
As the machine receives use, the
operation of the anti-kickback pawls should
be checked periodically (Figure 30). If the
pawls do not stop the reverse motion of a
workpiece, resharpen all the points.
10.0 Operations
Familiarize yourself with the location and operation
of all controls and adjustments and the use of
accessories such as miter gauge and rip fence.
Note: The following figures may or may not show
your exact saw model, but procedures are
identical.
Figure 30
10.1 Kickback prevention
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Serious injury can result from kickbacks which
occur when a workpiece binds on the saw blade or
binds between the blade and rip fence or other
fixed object. This binding can cause the workpiece
to lift up and be thrown toward the operator.
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Where possible, keep your face and body
out of line with potential kickbacks,
including when starting or stopping the
machine.
Dull, badly set, improper, or improperly
filed cutting tools, and cutting tools with
gum or resin adhering to them can cause
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is properly aligned. When wood is cut along the
grain, the kerf tends to close and bind on the blade
and kickbacks can occur.
accidents. Never use a cracked saw blade.
The use of a sharp, well maintained, and
correct cutting tool for the operation will
help avoid injuries.
Support the work properly and hold it firmly
against gauge or fence. Use a push stick
or push block when ripping short, narrow
(6" width or less), or thin work. Use a push
block or miter gauge hold-down when
dadoing or molding.
Never use the fence as a length stop when
crosscutting. Do not hold or touch the free
end or cutoff section of a workpiece. On
through-sawing operations, the cutoff
section must NOT be confined.
Always keep your hands out of line of the
saw blade and never reach back of the
cutting blade with either hand to hold the
workpiece.
Bevel ripping cuts should always be made
with the fence on the right side of saw
blade so that the blade tilts away from the
fence and minimizes possibility of the work
binding and the resulting kickback.
Note: A warning decal is affixed to the guard to
remind the operator of some basic safety
procedures.
The rip fence (A, Figure 32) should be set for the
width of the cut by using the scale on the front rail,
or by measuring the distance between blade (A)
and fence (B). Stand out of line with saw blade and
workpiece to avoid sawdust and splinters coming
off the blade or a potential kickback.
If the work piece does not have a straight edge,
nail an auxiliary straight edged board on it to
provide one against the fence. To cut properly, the
board must make good contact with the table. Do
not attempt to cut warped boards.
10.2 Rip sawing
Ripping is feeding the workpiece with the grain into
the saw blade using the fence or other positioning
device as a guide to ensure desired width of cut
(Figure 31).
Figure 32
In ripping, use one hand to hold the board down
against the fence or fixture, and the other to push it
into the blade between blade and fence. If
workpiece is narrower than 6" or shorter than 12",
use a push stick or push block to push it through
between fence and blade (Figure 33). Never push
in a location such that the pushing hand is in line
with the blade. Move the hand serving as a holddown a safe distance from blade as cut nears
completion.
Before starting a ripping cut,
verify that fence is clamped securely and
aligned properly.
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Never rip freehand or use miter gauge in
combination with the fence.
Never rip workpieces shorter than the saw
blade diameter.
Never reach behind the blade with either
hand to hold down or remove the cutoff
piece with the saw blade rotating.
For very narrow ripping where a push stick cannot
be used, use a push block or auxiliary fence.
Always push the workpiece completely past the
blade at the end of a cut to minimize the possibility
of a kickback.
Figure 31
Always use blade guard, splitter/riving knife and
anti-kickback pawls. Make sure splitter/riving knife
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use the same side of the board against the fence
for both cuts.
Figure 33
Figure 35
10.4 Crosscutting
Crosscutting is where the workpiece is fed cross
grain into the saw blade using the miter gauge to
support and position the workpiece (Figure 36).
Figure 34
When ripping long boards, use a support at front of
table (C, Figure 34), such as a roller stand, and a
support or "tailman" at the rear (D).
Never use the rip fence beyond the point where the
carriage is flush with the end of the rails.
Figure 36
Have the blade extend about 1/8" above the top of
the workpiece. Exposing the blade above this point
can be hazardous.
Crosscutting should never be done freehand nor
should the fence be used as an end stop unless an
auxiliary block (E, Figure 37) is clamped to the
front of the blade area such that the cutoff piece
comes free of the block before cutting begins.
10.3 Resawing
Resawing is a ripping operation in which thick
boards are cut into thinner ones. Note: A band saw
is the ideal tool for resawing.
If the table saw is used for
resawing, take precautions such as using an
auxiliary fence, resaw barrier or similar devices
to stabilize the workpiece and provide operator
safety.
Narrow boards up to 3" can be resawn in one pass.
Wider boards up to 6" must be resawn in two
passes.
In resawing wider boards, adjust the blade height
so as to overlap the two cuts by 1/2" as shown in
Figure 35. Too deep a first cut can result in binding
and possible kickbacks on the second cut. Always
Figure 37
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Length stops should not be used on the free end of
the workpiece in the cutoff area.
Never use a zero-clearance
insert with saw blade in tilted position.
Do not crosscut workpieces shorter than 6". Before
starting a cut, be sure the miter gauge is securely
clamped at the desired angle. Hold the workpiece
firmly against the table and back against the miter
gauge. Always use the saw guard and riving knife
and make sure the riving knife is properly aligned.
For 90 degree crosscutting, most operators prefer
to use the left-hand miter gauge slot. When using it
in this position, hold the workpiece against the
gauge with the left hand and use the right hand to
advance the workpiece. When using the right hand
slot for miter and compound crosscutting so that
the blade tilts away from the gauge, the hand
positions are reversed.
When using the miter gauge, the workpiece must
be held firmly and advanced smoothly at a slow
rate. If the workpiece is not held firmly, it can
vibrate causing it to bind on the blade and dull the
saw teeth.
Figure 39
Mitering – Crosscuts made at an angle to the edge
of the workpiece are called miters (Figure 40). Set
the miter gauge at the required angle, and make
the cut the same as a normal crosscut except the
workpiece must be held extra firmly to prevent
creeping.
Figure 38
To augment the effectiveness of the miter gauge in
crosscutting, some users mount an auxiliary
wooden extension face (F, Figure 38) with a gluedon strip of sandpaper (G) to the miter gauge.
Figure 40
Note: When making compound miters (with blade
tilted) use the miter gauge in the right hand slot to
provide more hand clearance and safety.
Provide auxiliary support for any workpiece
extending beyond the table top with a tendency to
sag and lift up off the table.
Have the blade extend only 1/8" above the top of
the workpiece. Exposing the blade above this point
can be hazardous.
Have the blade extend about 1/8" above the top of
the workpiece. Exposing the blade above this point
can be hazardous.
10.6 Dado cutting
Dadoing is cutting a wide groove into a workpiece
or cutting a rabbet along the edge of a workpiece.
A dado insert (optional accessory, not provided)
shown in Figure 41, is necessary for this type of
operation.
10.5 Bevel and miter operations
Bevel cut – A bevel cut is a special type of
operation where the saw blade is tilted at an angle
less than 90 degrees to the table top (Figure 39).
Operations are performed in the same manner as
ripping or crosscutting, except the fence or miter
gauge should be used on the right-hand side of the
blade to provide added safety in avoiding a binding
action between blade and table top. When beveling
with the miter gauge, the workpiece must be held
firmly to prevent creeping.
Do not use the standard table
insert for dadoing operations.
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Figure 41
The process of cutting 1/8" to 13/16" grooves in
workpieces is accomplished by the use of a
stacked dado blade set or an adjustable type blade
mounted on the saw arbor. By using various
combinations of stacked dado blades, or properly
setting the dial on an adjustable blade, an accurate
width dado can be made. This is very useful for
shelving, making joints, tenoning, etc.
The guard, riving knife, and anti-kickback pawls
supplied with the saw should be used for all cutting
operations where they can be used. When
performing operations where the guard cannot be
used, as in some dadoing operations, alternative
safety precautions should be taken. These include
push sticks, feather boards, filler pieces, fixtures,
jigs and any other appropriate device that can be
utilized to keep operators’ hands away from the
blade. Upon completion of the operation requiring
removal of the guard, the entire guard assembly
must be placed back on the machine in its proper
working order.
Figure 42
Filler piece
A filler piece (Figure 43) is necessary for narrow
ripping and permits the blade guard to remain on
the machine. It also provides space for the safe
use of a push stick.
Never use a dado head in a
tilted position. Never operate the saw without
the blade guard, riving knife and anti-kickback
pawls for operations where they can be used.
11.0 Safety devices
Feather board
Feather boards can be purchased at most tool
stores, or made by the operator to suit particular
applications. The feather board (Figure 42) should
be made of straight grain hardwood approximately
1" thick and 4" to 8" wide depending on the size of
the machine. The length is developed in
accordance with intended use.
Feather boards can be fastened to the table or rip
fence by use of C-clamps. Alternatively, drilled and
tapped holes in the table top allow the use of wing
nuts and washers as a method of clamping. If this
method of fastening is used, provide slots in the
feather board for adjustment. (The illustration
shows a method of attaching and use of the
feather board as a vertical comb. The horizontal
application is essentially the same except that the
attachment is to the table top.)
Figure 43 – Filler Piece
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Push stick and push block
The use of a push block or push stick provides an
added level of safety for the operator. A push stick
is included with your table saw, but you may wish
to make others personalized for different cutting
procedures. The templates in Figures 44 and 45
offer construction details.
Figure 44 – Push Block Template
Figure 45 – Push stick template
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Periodic:
12.0 Maintenance
Always disconnect power to
the machine before performing maintenance.
Failure to do this may result in serious
personal injury.
12.1 Cleaning
•
Keep the inside of the cabinet and trunnion
area clean.
•
Check for excessive play in the tilting and
raising mechanism and in the saw arbor and
adjust as required.
•
Check for belt tension and wear. Adjust or replace belt as required. Note: The following maintenance schedule
assumes the saw is being used every day.
12.2 Lubrication
Daily:
•
•
Wipe down the table surface and T‐slots with a rust preventive. •
Clean pitch and resin from the saw blade. •
Weekly:
•
Clean the motor housing with compressed air.
•
Wipe down the fence rails with a dry silicon
lubricant.
Check all adjustments after lubricating. 12.3 Miscellaneous
Table surface must be kept clean and free of
rust for best results. To facilitate this, apply a
coat of paste wax to the surface. Alternatively,
commercial spray protectants are available
from local hardware and tool stores. A good
protectant should provide rust protection for
the surface without staining workpieces.
•
Grease the tilting worm gear, raising worm gear, and the trunnion areas with a good grade non‐
hardening grease. Always be aware of the condition of your machine.
Routinely check the condition of the following items
and repair or replace as necessary:
•
•
•
•
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Mounting bolts
Power switch
Saw blade
Blade guard assembly
13.0 Optional accessories
These accessory items (purchased separately) can enhance the functionality of your table saw. Contact your
dealer to order, or call Powermatic at the phone number on the cover.
Figure 46
# 708097 – Dado Insert
Figure 47
# 708119 – Universal Mobile Base, adjustable up to 36” x 36”
# 708158 – Mobile Base Extension Kit
Figure 48
# 708295 – Tenoning Jig
Figure 49
# 1791793 – Low Profile Thin Kerf Riving Knife (0.079”)
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14.0 Troubleshooting the PM1000 Cabinet Saw
Table 2
Symptom
Saw will not start.
Probable Cause
No incoming power.
Check plug connection.
Low voltage.
Check power line for proper voltage.
Open circuit
connection.
Saw will not start: fuse
blows or breaker trips.
Remedy
in
motor
or
loose Inspect all lead connections on motor for
loose or open connections.
Cord damaged.
Replace cord.
Short circuit in line cord or plug.
Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation
and shorted wires.
Short circuit
connections.
in
motor
or
loose Inspect all connections on motor for loose or
shorted terminals or worn insulation.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
power line.
Motor starts slowly or
fails to reach full speed.
Motor overheats.
Low voltage.
Request voltage check from power company
and correct low voltage condition.
Power line overloaded.
Correct overload condition.
Undersized wires in supply system.
Increase supply wire size.
Centrifugal switch not operating.
Replace
centrifugal
personnel only).
Motor malfunction.
Have motor checked by
inspector. Repair or replace.
Motor overloaded.
Reduce load on motor.
switch
(qualified
a
qualified
Improper cooling of motor; lack of air Clean sawdust from fan and duct areas of
circulation.
motor.
Motor stalls, resulting in
blown fuses or tripped
breaker.
Motor overloaded.
Short circuit
connections.
in
Reduce load on motor.
motor
or
loose Inspect connections on motor for loose or
shorted terminals or worn insulation.
Low voltage.
Correct low voltage conditions.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
power line.
Excessive feed.
Reduce feed.
Dull or incorrect blade.
Replace blade; use proper type of blade for
cut needed.
Motor stalls or workpiece
Miter slot misaligned.
binds or burns.
Fence misaligned.
Realign table to blade.
Realign fence (see Accu-Fence manual).
Have motor checked by
inspector. Repair or replace.
Motor malfunction.
Machine slows or stalls
when operating.
Applying too
workpiece.
much
pressure
Poly-v drive belt is loose.
Loud, repetitive noise
coming from machine.
a
qualified
to Feed workpiece more slowly.
Tighten belt.
Pulley setscrews or keys are missing Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or
or loose.
tighten if necessary.
Motor fan is hitting the cover.
Tighten fan or shim cover.
V-belt is defective.
Replace V-belt.
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Symptom
Probable Cause
Tilting or raising
tightened.
Excessive vibration.
Blade not square with
miter slot, or fence not
square to blade.
Blade does not reach 90
degrees.
Remedy
lock
knobs
Machine not resting evenly on floor.
Make sure floor is level; use shims beneath
cabinet if needed.
Blade out of balance.
Replace blade.
Pulley loose.
Check motor pulley and spindle pulley.
Tighten set screws if needed.
Belt is worn, cracked or frayed.
Replace belt.
Motor not functioning properly.
Have motor checked by
inspector. Repair or replace.
Blade is warped.
Replace saw blade.
Table top not parallel to blade.
Adjust table parallel to blade.
Fence not parallel to blade.
Adjust fence parallel to blade.
90 degree stop is out of adjustment.
Adjust 90 degree stop.
Tilting or raising
handwheel difficult to
turn.
a
qualified
Pointer bracket is hitting before the File down the right side of pointer bracket
blade reaches 90 degrees.
until blade can reach 90 degrees.
Cuts out-of-square when Miter gauge out of adjustment.
crosscutting.
Miter slot misaligned.
Cuts not true at 90 or 45
degrees.
not Tighten lock knobs on handwheels
Re-set stops and pointer on gauge.
Realign table to blade.
Stop screws not set properly.
Readjust screws.
Lock knob not released.
Loosen lock knob.
Worm and trunnion segment caked
Clean and re-grease worm and segment.
with sawdust and pitch.
Worm and trunnion segment out of
Realign worm with segment.
alignment.
15.0 Replacement Parts
Replacement parts are listed on the following pages. To order parts or reach our service department, call 1800-274-6848 Monday through Friday (see our website for business hours, www.powwermatic.com). Having
the Model Number and Serial Number of your machine available when you call will allow us to serve you
quickly and accurately.
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15.1.1 PM1000 Table and Cabinet Assembly – Exploded View
2
1
4
5
3
5
7
13
14
18
20
21
32
6
7
15
8
31
31A(optional)
10
9
11
12
9
17 16
36
19
22
35 34
30
33
51
50
29
27
28
51
26
25
47
54
52
34
35
54
56 49
38-1
24
66
53 55
42
41
41
45
45
43
58
40
38
37
62
44
65
43
57
38
63
60
58
59
39
46
60
67
64
67
28 47
48
61
46
28
47
48
23
30
15.1.2 PM1000 Table and Cabinet Assembly – Parts List
Index No Part No
Description
Size
Qty
1 ................ 1791789 .................... Miter Gauge Assembly (index #2 thru 22) ............... ...................................... 1
2 ................ PM2000-340.............. Handle ..................................................................... ...................................... 1
3 ................ TS-0680031 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. 5/16” .............................. 1
4 ................ PM2000-342.............. Fence ....................................................................... ...................................... 1
5 ................ TS-0050051 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ 1/4”-20 x 1”.................... 2
6 ................ PM2000-323.............. Miter Gauge Body .................................................... ...................................... 1
7 ................ PM2000-333.............. Locking Handle ........................................................ ...................................... 2
8 ................ PM2000-324.............. Pin............................................................................ ...................................... 1
9 ................ PM2700-126.............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M8-1.25P x 5................. 2
10 .............. PM2000-325.............. Miter Bar .................................................................. ...................................... 1
11 .............. PM2000-326.............. Guide Washer .......................................................... ...................................... 1
12 .............. PM2000-327.............. Flat Head Machine Screw........................................ M6-1.0P x 9................... 1
13 .............. TS-0810012 .............. Round Head Screw.................................................. #10-24 x 1/4” ................. 1
14 .............. TS-1550031 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M5 ................................. 1
15 .............. PM2000-335.............. Pointer ..................................................................... ...................................... 1
16 .............. PM2700-133.............. Gear ......................................................................... ...................................... 1
17 .............. PM2000-336.............. Spring ...................................................................... ...................................... 1
18 .............. PM2000-330.............. Support Base ........................................................... ...................................... 1
19 .............. PM2000-337.............. Gear Shaft ............................................................... ...................................... 1
20 .............. TS-1521011 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M4-0.7P x 4................... 1
21 .............. PM2000-331.............. Knob ....................................................................... ...................................... 1
22 .............. PM2000-329.............. Hex Socket Cap Screw ........................................... M5-0.8P x 8................... 2
23 .............. PM1000-023.............. Base......................................................................... ...................................... 1
24 .............. PM1000-024.............. Cabinet .................................................................... ...................................... 1
25 .............. TS-1550061 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M8 ................................. 6
26 .............. TS-2228161 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M8 x 16 ......................... 6
27 .............. PM1000-027.............. Lower Panel ............................................................. ...................................... 1
28 .............. TS-1550041 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M6 ................................. 8
29 .............. TS-1482011 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M6 x 10 ......................... 4
30 .............. PM1000-030.............. Table ........................................................................ ...................................... 1
31 .............. PM1000-031.............. Table Insert .............................................................. ...................................... 1
31A ............ 708097 ...................... Dado Insert (Optional) ............................................. ...................................... 1
32 .............. TS-0267021 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... 1/4” x 1/2” ...................... 6
33 .............. PM1000-033.............. Extension Wing ........................................................ ...................................... 2
34 .............. TS-1550071 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M10 ............................. 10
35 .............. TS-2361101 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ M10 ............................. 10
36 .............. TS-149105 ................ Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M10 x 35 ....................... 6
37 .............. PM2000-132.............. Dust Chute ............................................................... ...................................... 1
38 .............. PM1000-038.............. Button Head Socket Screw...................................... M6 x 8 ........................... 4
38-1 ........... TS-0720081 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ 5/16 ............................... 4
39 .............. PM1000-039.............. ON/OFF Magnetic Switch ........................................ ...................................... 1
40 .............. PM1000-040.............. Switch Plate ............................................................. ...................................... 1
41 .............. TS-2246101 .............. Socket Head Flat Screw .......................................... M6 x 10 ......................... 3
42 .............. PM1000-042.............. Motor Cord (Switch to motor)................................... 14AWG x 3C ................. 1
43 .............. PM1000-043.............. Power Cord.............................................................. 14AWG x 3C ................. 1
44 .............. PM1000-044.............. Power Cord Sleeve .................................................. ...................................... 1
45 .............. PM1000-045.............. Cable Gland ............................................................. PG11............................. 3
46 .............. PM1000-046.............. Hook ........................................................................ ...................................... 2
47 .............. TS-2361061 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ M6 ................................. 5
48 .............. TS-1534052 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M6 x 16 ......................... 4
49 .............. PM1000-049.............. Latch Post ................................................................ ...................................... 1
50 .............. 1791002 .................... Motor Cover Assembly (includes #47,49-56)........... ...................................... 1
51 .............. PM1000-051.............. Hinge Pin ................................................................. ...................................... 2
52 .............. TS-2246202 .............. Button Head Socket Screw...................................... M6 x 20 ......................... 1
53 .............. PM1000-053.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
54 .............. TS-1540041 .............. Hex Nut .................................................................... M6 ................................. 2
55 .............. PM1000-055.............. Latch Clip ................................................................. ...................................... 1
56 .............. TS-2246101 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M6 x 10 ......................... 1
57 .............. PM1000-057.............. Scale Base............................................................... ...................................... 1
58 .............. TS-2246102 .............. Button Head Socket Screw...................................... M6 x 10 ......................... 2
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Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
59 .............. PM1000-059.............. Tilt Angle Scale ........................................................ ...................................... 1
60 .............. TS-1533032 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M5 x 10 ......................... 2
61 .............. PM2000-05................ Powermatic Logo ..................................................... ...................................... 1
62 .............. LM000636 ................. Warning Label.......................................................... ...................................... 1
63 .............. PM2700-441.............. Top Stripe ................................................................ 40”L ............................... 2
64 .............. PM2700-440.............. Bottom (wide) Stripe ................................................ 40”L ............................... 2
65 .............. PM2000-121.............. Dust Port .................................................................. ...................................... 1
66 .............. TS-1482011 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M10 x 20 ....................... 4
67 .............. TS-0254011 .............. Button Head Socket Screw...................................... 1/4” x 3/8” ...................... 2
.................. PM2000-135.............. Push Stick (not shown) ............................................ ...................................... 1
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15.2.1 PM1000 Motor and Trunnion Assembly – Exploded View
123
118
121
115
105
120
113
119
112
111
110
106
109
107
108
111
127
106
116
114
139
140
141
118 117
138
128
125
136
188
134
190
122
191
135
148
147
133
145
185
109
130
158
146
173
174
154
169
166 167
175
178
180
145
177
145
186
155
156
168
105
145
157
140
160
176
184
182
186
165
166
164
172
171
146
150
181
153
129
130
160
162
164
130 132
145
140
139 152
145
163
179
144 143 142
149
170
132
128
109
160
159
131
136
129
130
151
161
109
128
137
126
129
130
109
124
189
183
104
145
187
149
147
102 101
148
150
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15.2.2 PM1000 Motor and Trunnion Assembly – Parts List
Index No Part No
Description
Size
Qty
101 ............ PM1000-101.............. Arbor Nut ................................................................. ...................................... 1
102 ............ PM1000-102.............. Arbor Collar.............................................................. ...................................... 1
104 ............ PM1000-104.............. Arbor ........................................................................ ...................................... 1
105 ............ PM1000-105.............. Key........................................................................... M5 x 25 ......................... 2
106 ............ BB-6203ZZ ................ Ball Bearing ............................................................. 6203ZZ.......................... 2
107 ............ TS-1524041 .............. Set Screw ................................................................ M8 x 15 ......................... 1
108 ............ PM1000-108.............. Bearing Load Spacer ............................................... ...................................... 1
109 ............ TS-2311081 .............. Hex Nut .................................................................... M8 ............................... 10
110 ............ PM1000-110.............. Arbor Pulley ............................................................. ...................................... 1
111 ............ TS-1523021 .............. Set Screw ................................................................ M6 x 8 ........................... 4
112 ............ TS-0640132 .............. Nylon Nut ................................................................. 5/8” ................................ 1
113 ............ PM1000-113.............. Poly V-Belt ............................................................... PJ150............................ 1
114 ............ PM1000-114.............. Arbor Bracket........................................................... ...................................... 1
115 ............ PM1000-115.............. Motor................................................................. 1-3/4HP,1PH,115/230V........ 1
.................. PM1000-115MF ........ Motor Fan (not shown)............................................. ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115MFC ...... Motor Fan Cover (not shown) .................................. ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115CS......... Centrifugal Switch (not Shown) ............................... ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115SCC ...... Starting Capacitor Cover (not shown)...................... ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115RCC ...... Running Capacitor Cover (not shown)..................... ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115SC......... Starting Capacitor (not shown) ................................ 300MFD, 125VAC......... 1
.................. PM1000-115RC ........ Running Capacitor (not shown) ............................... 70uf, 250VAC................ 1
.................. PM1000-115JB ......... Junction Box (not shown) ........................................ ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115JBC ....... Junction Box Cover (not shown) .............................. ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-1115OL ....... Overload (not shown) .............................................. ...................................... 1
.................. PM1000-115DC ........ Dust Cover (not shown) ........................................... ...................................... 1
116 ............ PM1000-116.............. Shaft ........................................................................ ...................................... 1
117 ............ TS-2249202 .............. Button Head Socket Screw...................................... M10 x 20 ....................... 1
118 ............ TS-1550071 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ M10 ............................... 2
119 ............ PM1000-119.............. Brass Flat Washer ................................................... M24 ............................... 1
120 ............ PM1000-120.............. Nylon Nut ................................................................. M22 ............................... 1
121 ............ TS-1550071 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M10 ............................... 1
122 ............ PM1000-122.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
123 ............ TS-1491021 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M10 x 20 ....................... 1
124 ............ PM1000-124.............. Center Trunnion ....................................................... ...................................... 1
125 ............ PM1000-125.............. Pin............................................................................ M10 x 40 ....................... 2
126 ............ PM1000-126.............. Rear Trunnion .......................................................... ...................................... 1
127 ............ PM1000-127.............. Motor Pulley ............................................................. ...................................... 1
128 ............ TS-1504061 .............. Socket Head Cap Screw.......................................... M8 x 30 ......................... 8
129 ............ TS-1550061 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M8 ................................. 8
130 ............ TS-2361081 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ M8 ............................... 11
131 ............ PM1000-131.............. Front Trunnion ......................................................... ...................................... 1
132 ............ PM1000-132.............. Lock Pin ................................................................... 8 x 25 ............................ 3
133 ............ PM1000-133.............. Front Trunnion Bracket ............................................ ...................................... 1
134 ............ TS-1490151 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M8 x 80 ......................... 1
135 ............ PM1000-135.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
136 ............ TS-2361061 .............. Lock Washer ............................................................ M6 ................................. 3
137 ............ TS-1482051 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M6 x 25 ......................... 2
138 ............ PM1000-138.............. Raising Shaft ........................................................... ...................................... 1
139 ............ PM1000-139.............. Pin............................................................................ 8 x 25 ............................ 2
140 ............ PM1000-140.............. Fiber Washer ........................................................... ...................................... 3
141 ............ PM1000-141.............. Eccentric Bushing .................................................... ...................................... 1
142 ............ TS-2342161 .............. Hex Nut .................................................................... M16 ............................... 1
143 ............ PM1000-143.............. Pointer Bracket ........................................................ ...................................... 1
144 ............ PM1000-144.............. Pointer ..................................................................... ...................................... 1
145 ............ TS-1534041 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M5 x 10 ......................... 8
146 ............ TS-1523011 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M6 x 6 ........................... 3
147 ............ TS-0680042 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. 3/8” ................................ 2
148 ............ PM1000-148.............. Hand Wheel ............................................................. ...................................... 2
149 ............ PM1000-149.............. Knob ........................................................................ ...................................... 2
150 ............ PM1000-150.............. Handle ..................................................................... ...................................... 2
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Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
151 ............ PM1000-151.............. Tilting Shaft .............................................................. ...................................... 1
152 ............ PM1000-152.............. Eccentric Bushing .................................................... ...................................... 1
153 ............ TS-2342141 .............. Hex Nut .................................................................... M14 ............................... 1
154 ............ PM1000-154.............. Collar ....................................................................... ...................................... 2
155 ............ PM1000-155.............. Fiber Washer ........................................................... ...................................... 1
156 ............ PM1000-156.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
157 ............ TS-2288202 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M8 x 20 ......................... 2
158 ............ TS-1550061 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M8 ................................. 2
159 ............ PM1000-159.............. Guide Plate .............................................................. ...................................... 1
160 ............ TS-1534052 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M6 x15 .......................... 4
161 ............ PM1000-161.............. spacer ...................................................................... ...................................... 1
162 ............ PM1000-162.............. Riving Knife Carrier Plate ........................................ ...................................... 1
163 ............ PM1000-163.............. Plate......................................................................... ...................................... 1
164 ............ TS-1533042 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M5 x 12 ......................... 2
165 ............ PM1000-165.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
166 ............ TS-1523031 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M6 x 10 ......................... 2
167 ............ PM1000-167.............. Spring ...................................................................... ...................................... 1
168 ............ PM1000-168.............. Clamp Plate ............................................................. ...................................... 1
169 ............ PM1000-169.............. Lock Handle ............................................................. ...................................... 1
170 ............ TS-1541021 .............. Nylon Nut ................................................................. M6 ................................. 1
.................. JTAS10L-179A .......... Arbor Lock Insert Assembly (index #171 thru 175).. ...................................... 1
171 ............ JTAS10L-179-3 ......... Insert Bracket........................................................... ...................................... 1
172 ............ TS-1503051 .............. Socket Head Cap Screw.......................................... M6 x 20 ......................... 2
173 ............ JTAS10L-179-2 ......... Spring ...................................................................... ...................................... 1
174 ............ JTAS10L-179-1 ......... Locking Pin .............................................................. ...................................... 1
175 ............ TS-1521031 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M4 x 8 ........................... 1
176 ............ PM1000-176.............. Pilot Link Plate ......................................................... ...................................... 1
177 ............ PM1000-177.............. Special Screw .......................................................... 1/4”-20UNC x 12 ........... 1
178 ............ PM1000-178.............. Special Screw .......................................................... 3/8”-24UNF x 13 ........... 1
179 ............ TS-0640071 .............. Nylon Nut ................................................................. 1/4” ................................ 1
180 ............ PM1000-180.............. Dust Deflector .......................................................... ...................................... 1
181 ............ PM1000-181.............. Dust Port .................................................................. ...................................... 1
182 ............ PM1000-182.............. Hose Clamp ............................................................. ...................................... 1
183 ............ PM1000-183.............. Hose ........................................................................ ...................................... 1
184 ............ TS-2245102 .............. Socket Head Button Screw ...................................... M5 x 10 ......................... 1
185 ............ PM1000-185.............. Bracket..................................................................... ...................................... 1
186 ............ TS-1490031 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M8 x 20 ......................... 2
187 ............ PM1000-187.............. Arbor Wrench........................................................... ...................................... 1
188 ............ PM1000-188.............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M6 x 35 ......................... 1
189 ............ TS-1482041 .............. Hex Cap Screw ........................................................ M6 x 20 ......................... 1
190 ............ TS-1550041 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M6 ................................. 1
191 ............ TS-1540041 .............. Hex Nut .................................................................... M6 ................................. 1
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15.3.1 PM1000 Blade Guard Assembly – Exploded View
6
11
7
5
10
5
13
11
17
2
15
16
20
9
16
19
17
12
13
15
16
8
19
17
18
4
3
17
16
19
14
27
26
22
19
21
23
1
24
7
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1A
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15.3.2 PM1000 Blade Guard Assembly – Parts List
Index No Part No
Description
Size
Qty
1 ................ PM1000-301.............. Riving Knife.............................................................. ...................................... 1
1A .............. PM1000-301A ........... Low Profile Riving Knife ........................................... 0.1” Thk ......................... 1
1B .............. 1791793 .................... Low Profile Thin Kerf Riving Knife (Optional) .......... 0.079” Thk ..................... 1
.................. PM1000-BGA ............ Blade Guard Assembly (index #2 thru 20) ............... ...................................... 1
2 ................ PM1000-302.............. Blade Guard Body ................................................... ...................................... 1
3 ................ PM1000-303.............. Bushing (R) .............................................................. ...................................... 1
4 ................ PM1000-304.............. Bushing (L) .............................................................. ...................................... 1
5 ................ TS-2283102 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M3 X 10......................... 4
6 ................ PM1000-306.............. Lock Pin ................................................................... ...................................... 1
7 ................ PM2000-321.............. Spring ...................................................................... ...................................... 2
8 ................ PM2000-308.............. Front Shield ............................................................. ...................................... 1
9 ................ PM2000-313.............. Roll Pin .................................................................... M5 x 25 ......................... 1
10 .............. PM2000-310.............. Top Shield................................................................ ...................................... 1
11 .............. TS-081B012 .............. Pan Head Screw...................................................... M4 x 8 ........................... 2
12 .............. PM2000-309.............. Bushing .................................................................... ...................................... 1
13 .............. PM1000-313.............. Roll Pin .................................................................... M5 x 8 ........................... 2
14 .............. JTAS10L-304 ............ Blade Guard Side Shield ......................................... ...................................... 2
15 .............. PM1000-315.............. Linking Plate ............................................................ ...................................... 4
16 .............. TS-1514021 .............. Flat Head Socket Screw .......................................... M6 x 16 ......................... 8
17 .............. TS-1550061 .............. Flat Washer ............................................................. M6 ................................. 8
18 .............. TS-1521041 .............. Socket Set Screw .................................................... M4 x 10 ......................... 1
19 .............. TS-1541021 .............. Nylon Insert Lock Nut .............................................. M6 ................................. 8
20 .............. PM1000-320.............. Roll Pin .................................................................... M4 x 30 ......................... 1
.................. PM1000-AKPA .......... Anti-Kickback Pawl Assembly (index #7, 21 thru 27) ..................................... 1
21 .............. PM2000-318.............. Pawl Base ................................................................ ...................................... 1
22 .............. PM1000-322.............. Anti-Kickback Pawl (L) ............................................. ...................................... 1
23 .............. PM1000-323.............. Anti-Kickback Pawl (R) ............................................ ...................................... 1
24 .............. PM1000-324.............. Flange (R) ................................................................ ...................................... 1
25 .............. PM2000-320.............. Lock Pin ................................................................... ...................................... 1
26 .............. PM1000-326.............. Flange (L) ................................................................ ...................................... 1
27 .............. PM2000-322.............. E-Clip ....................................................................... E5.................................. 1
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70uf / 250 VAC
300MFD / 125 VAC
ON/OFF Switch
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC - 115V
70uf / 250 VAC
300MFD / 125 VAC
ON/OFF Switch
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC - 230V
16.0 Electrical Connections for PM1000
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