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Clarke CPT600 Specifications
PLANER/THICKNESSER
Part No. 6460200
MODEL Nos. CPT600 and CPT800
Part No. 6462130 and 64621135
OPERATING & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model ................................................................. CPT600 ........................ CPT800
Part No ................................................................. 6462130 ....................... 6462135
Voltage ................................................................ 230VAC ...................... 230VAC
Power Input ......................................................... 1250Watts ................... 1250Watts
Plug Fuse Rating ................................................. 13Amps ....................... 13Amps
Input Wattage Max. ........................................... 3.7Amps ...................... 3.7Amps
Cutter Speed ...................................................... 8700 rpm ..................... 8700 rpm
Weight - unpacked ............................................ 22 Kg ........................... 24.5kg
Sound Power Level - Measured ........................ 103.4dBLWA ............................. 99.7dBLWA
Max Cutting Depth ............................................ 2mm ............................ 2mm
Max Timber Width ............................................... 152mm ........................ 204mm
Min Timber size - Thicknesser ............................. 5-120mm ..................... 5-120mm
Fence Angular Movement ................................ 90O - 135O ................................... 90O - 135O
Table Dimensions ................................................ 650x160mm ................ 737x210mm
Exhaust Port Dia. ................................................. 50mm .......................... 63mm
Dimensions ........................................................... 693x437x357mm ........ 770x449x405mm
Please note that the details and specifications contained herein are correct at the time of going to
print. However CLARKE International reserve the right to change specifications at any time without
prior notice. Always consult the machines data bracket
LIST OF PACKAGE CONTENTS
1 x Planer/Thicknesser
1 x Side Fence
1 x 5mm Allen Key
1 x Thicknessing Table Raise/Lower Handle
1 x Push Stick
1 x Dust Extraction Chute
2 x Spare Drive Belts
1 x Instruction Manual
When disposing of this equipment, it must be disposed of according to all local ordinances. DO NOT dispose of
with normal houshold waste.
©
Copyright CLARKE International. All rights reserved. April 2006
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Please read these instructions carefully before operating the tool
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Planer/Thicknesser designed for DIY use.
Before using the device, please read this manual thoroughly and carefully follow all
instructions given. This is for your own safety and that of others around you, and is also to
help you achieve a long and trouble free service from your new tool.
CLARKE GUARANTEE
This CLARKE product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period
of 12 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof
of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or
tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was
intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product
can be returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
CONTENTS
Page
Specifications : .............................................................................................. 1
Guarantee : ................................................................................................... 2
Safety Precautions : ...................................................................................... 4
Additional Precautions for Planer/Thicknessers ........................................ 5
Electrical Connections : ............................................................................... 6
Assembly : ...................................................................................................... 7
Operation : .................................................................................................... 9
Maintenance : ............................................................................................. 10
Parts Diagrams : .......................................................................................... 12
Parts List : ................................................................................................. 13-14
Parts and Service Contacts: ...................................................................... 15
Declaration of Conformity : ....................................................................... 15
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General Safety Precautions
WARNING:
As with all machinery, there are certain hazards involved with their operation
and use. Exercising respect and caution will considerably lessen the risk of
personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or
ignored, personal injury to the operator or damage to property, may result.
1.
ALWAYS Learn the machines’ applications, limitations and the specific potential
hazards peculiar to it. Read and become familiar with the entire
operating manual.
2.
ALWAYS use a face or dust mask if operation is particularly dusty.
3.
ALWAYS check for damage. Before using the machine, any
damaged part, should be checked to ensure that it will operate
properly, and perform its intended function. Check for alignment of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mountings, and any other condition
that may affect the machines’ operation. Any damage should be properly repaired
or the part replaced. If in doubt, DO NOT use the machine. Consult your local dealer.
4.
ALWAYS disconnect the tool/machine from the power supply before servicing and
when changing accessories.
5.
ALWAYS wear safety goggles, manufactured to the latest European Safety Standards.
Everyday eyeglasses do not have impact resistant lenses, they are not safety glasses.
6.
ALWAYS keep work area clean. Cluttered areas and benches
invite accidents.
7.
ALWAYS ensure that adequate lighting is available. A
minimum intensity of 300 lux should be provided. Ensure
that lighting is placed so that you will not be working in your
own shadow.
8.
ALWAYS keep children away. All visitors should be kept a
safe distance from the work area, especially whilst operating the machine.
9.
ALWAYS maintain machine in top condition. Keep tools/machines
clean for the best and safest performance. Follow maintenance
instructions.
10. ALWAYS handle with extreme care do not carry the tool/machine
by its’ electric cable, or yank the cable to disconnect it from the
power supply .
11. ALWAYS ensure the switch is off before plugging in to mains. Avoid accidental starting.
12. ALWAYS concentrate on the job in hand, no matter how trivial it may seem. Be aware
that accidents are caused by carelessness due to
familiarity.
13. ALWAYS keep your proper footing and balance at all
times, don’t overreach. For best footing, wear rubber
soled footwear. Keep floor clear of oil, scrap wood, etc.
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14. ALWAYS wear proper apparel. Loose clothing or jewellery may
get caught in moving parts. Wear protective hair covering
to contain long hair.
15. ALWAYS use recommended accessories, the use of improper
accessories could be hazardous.
16. ALWAYS remove plug from electrical outlet when adjusting,
changing parts, or working on the machine.
17. NEVER operate machine while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any medication.
18. NEVER leave machine running unattended. turn power off.
Do not leave the machine until it comes to a complete stop.
19. NEVER force the machine, it will do a better and safer job at
the rate for which it was designed.
20. NEVER use power tools in damp or wet locations or expose
them to rain. Keep your work area well illuminated.
21. DO NOT use in explosive atmosphere (around paint,
flammable liquids etc). Avoid dangerous environment.
ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS FOR PLANER/THICKNESSERS
1.
ALWAYS ensure the cutters are properly secured in the cutterblock before use.
2.
ALWAYS ensure the cutters are sharp, blunt cutters increase the risk of kick back.
3.
ALWAYS switch the machine OFF immediately the task is completed.
4.
ALWAYS ensure safety devices etc., are in place and working correctly, if not DO NOT
use the machine until they are.
5.
ALWAYS use with a dust extraction device fitted.
6.
ALWAYS allow the machine to reach full speed before introducing workpiece.
7.
DO NOT use the machine if the electric cable, plug or motor is in poor condition.
8.
DO NOT allow the ventilation slots in the machine to become blocked.
9.
DO NOT touch the cutter immediately after use, allow time for it to cool.
10. NEVER leave machine running unattended, ALWAYS ensure the machine is switched
off and come to a complete stop before leaving it.
11. NEVER use the machine with any of the guards removed.
12. NEVER attempt to reverse the workpiece towards the infeed.
13. NEVER proceed unless the workpiece has been thoroughly checked to ensure it is
completely free of nails, screws, staples etc.
14. NEVER plane a piece of wood without the Cutter Guard completely covering any
exposed Cutter Blade
15. AVOID accidental starting, by switching off and isolating from the main electrical
supply by removing the plug from the socket.
16. REGULARLY check to ensure the ‘Anti-Kickback pawls operate cprrectly.
17. IMPORTANT! This machine develops considerable noise when in use. ALWAYS wear Ear
Defenders
Additionally, please keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the mains lead to a domestic, 230 volt (50Hz) electrical supply through a fused
good quality 13 amp BS 1363 plug, or a suitable fused isolator switch.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
-
Earth
Blue
-
Neutral
Brown
-
Live
As the colours of the conductor insulation of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying terminals in your plug, you should proceed to connect as follows:
•
The GREEN & YELLOW conductor to the terminal marked with a letter “E” or Earth
symbol ‘ ’ or coloured GREEN or GREEN & YELLOW.
•
The BROWN conductor to the terminal marked “L” or coloured RED.
•
The BLUE conductor to the terminal marked “N” or coloured BLACK.
If this appliance is fitted with a plug which is moulded on to the electric cable (i.e. nonrewireable) please note:
1. The plug must be thrown away if it is cut
from the electric cable. There is a
danger of electric shock if it is
subsequently inserted into a socket
outlet.
2. Never use the plug without the fuse
cover fitted.
3. Should you wish to replace a
detachable fuse carrier, ensure that
the correct replacement is
used (as indicated by marking or colour
code).
FUSE RATING
The fuse in the plug must be replaced with one of the same rating (13 amps) and this
replacement must be ASTA approved to BS1362.
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician. Do not attempt any electrical repairs yourself.
CABLE EXTENSION
Always use an approved cable extension suitable for the power rating of this tool (see
specifications), the conductor size should also be at least the same size as that on the
machine, or larger. When using a cable reel, always unwind the cable completely.
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UNPACKING and PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Carefully unpack the components and lay them out, checking against the
following list. Should any part be missing or damaged in transit, please contact
your Clarke dealer immediately.
Fig. 1
NOTE:
Dust extraction
devices
are
available from
your Clarke dealer
ASSEMBLY and INSTALLATION
Ensure the planer is located where there is adequate light, and a suitable power
supply. If cable a extension is used, ensure it does not trail along the workshop
floor as this could be extremely hazarous.
There must be sufficient room for the workpiece to move through its entire length.
Similarly, there must be sufficient room so that the operator does NOT need to
stand in line with the wood during the planing process.
The planer may be used as a mobile unit, but for greater stability we recommend
it is bolted to a strong, firm workbench. The dimensions for the mounting holes are
shown below:
Alternatively, mount the planer on a
strong piece of plywood of at least
15mm in thickness, with length
550mm and width 380mm minimum.
The plywood platform, with planer
mounted, is then clamped firmly to a
workbench when required.
Fig. 2
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1. Attaching the Angle Fence
Fig. 3
The peg - ‘A’ locates in the slotted
hole - ‘B’. It may be necessary to screw
the peg down a little in order for the
peg to locate properly.
The Hex. socket head screw with
washers (in the bag of loose parts), is
used to secure the fence to the table,
through slot ‘C’, into threaded hole ‘D’.
The fence may be set and locked at
any angle. Use a template or angle
gauge if accuracy is required.
2. Attach the Dust/Chip Extraction Chute
IMPORTANT: Please note that the Dust Chute MUST ALWAYS be in place, the machine
will not operate if is removed.
Fig. 4
A. For Planing
A.1 Lower the Thicknesser Table as far as
possible by turning the Raise/Lower Knob
(see Fig.1) fully anticlockwise.
Fig. 5
A.2 Pull out the two Locking Keys (arrowed in
Fig.4) and manouvre the Chute into the
space beneath the table.
Ensure both Locking keys are pushed firmly
into the slots in the table, shown in Fig.5.
Fig. 6
B. For Thicknessing
B.1 Remove the Angle Fence.
B.2 Push the Cutter Guard out of its
holder so that the Chute may be
attached to the table, as shown
in Fig.6.
Ensure both Locking keys are pushed
firmly into the slots in the table, shown
in Fig.5.
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OPERATION
A. Planing
ENSURE the timber is completely free of nails, screws and staples etc., before use.
1.
Set the depth of cut, using the Depth of Cut Setting Knob - see Fig.1. Turn
anticlockwise to increase the cutting depth, clockwise to decrease, using the
scale, indicated in Fig. 5, as a reference. For theinitial cut, we recommend a
depth of cut of no more than 1mm. The maximum depth of cut is 2mm.
2.
Ensure the fence is at the correct angle - for normal planing, this would be 90
degrees. For other angles, use a template or angle gauge for greater accuracy.
3.
Slide the cutter guard out of the
way and place the workpiece on
the table so that it rests snugly
against the fence, with the lead
edge a short distance from the
cutter, noting that direction of
feed is right to left, looking from
the front of the machine.
4.
Slide the cutter guard up to lightly
touch the workpiece as shown
in Fig.5, thereby completely
covering any exposed cutter.
Ensure the guard is as low as possible and the Cutter Guard Lock Knob is tightened.
5.
Raise the cover of the ON/OFF switch and press the green ON button, marked
‘I’, and allow the machine to come up to full speed.
6.
Applying firm downwards pressure, and keeping the workpiece against the
fence, proceed to feed the work over the cutter. Do not feed too quickly
ALWAYS use Supports for long
pieces - Roller Stands etc.
Fig. 6
IMPORTANT.
When coming to the end of a piece,
ALWAYS use the push stick to finish - see
Fig.6. This is an important safety point.
7.
Fig. 5
To switch OFF, simply press the red
button marked ‘O’ and close the
cover ensuring it is properly latched.
When finished, remove all shavings and
sawdust from the machine and
surrounding area and dispose of safely, accumulation of dust and shavings is a
fire hazard and should not be allowed to build up.
NOTES :
1. In case of emergency, hit the switch cover firmly and quickly. The cover will
latch down and motor will be switched OFF.
2.
The ON/OFF switch is a “No Volt Release” type , so that in the event of a power
failure, the machine will not restart automatically once the power is restored.
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A. Thicknessing
1.
Lower the Thicknessing table sufficiently for the workpiece to be inserted
beneath the cutter blade, ensuring the blade is at 6 o’clock. Work enters
from the left and exits at the right of the machine,
2.
Raise the table until there is slight resistance. i.e. the work just touches the blade.
3.
Withdraw the workpiece, then wind the table upwards - turn clockwise, using
the Raise/Lower Table knob, to the appropriate cutting depth, noting that
one turn is equivalent to 3mm. Do not exceed 2mm depth of cut as this could
cause kickback, and/or damage to the components or overheating of the
motor.
Note: It is advisable when working with rough or warped wood to make very small
depths of cut to begin with - 1mm should be sufficient.
4.
Support the workpiece at the desired height, so that it is horizontal and feed it
into the cutter, from the left hand side of the machine. The rollers will
automatically feed the work past the kick-back pawls and into the cutter
blade. Ensure it is well supported at the outlet side
DO NOT remove chips or shavings from the table until the machine has stopped
completely and is isolated from thre mains supply.
NOTE:
1. The workpiece should always be 2-3 inches longer than the finished length as
the ends tend to be uneven.
2.
The table should be lubricated with wax, frequently to ensure smooth operation.
MAINTENANCE
Always disconnect the machine from the mains supply before cleaning or
performing maintenance tasks.
This product is designed to operate with minimum of maintenance, however, as
with all power tools, cleanliness is essential in ensuring work is carried out to a
satisfactory standard. Always keep the table free of shavings/dust etc., and clean
the machine thoroughly after use. Use a low pressure air supply to blow dust from
air vents and other parts wherever possible.
Apply a thin film of wax to the table periodically. This will help keep the table
clean and allow workpieces to slide more easily.
Do not use solvents to clean the machine as this could damage plastic
components.
Cutter Blade Removal
Cutter blades will require sharpening or replacing. Care should be taken at all
times when handling them, they are very sharp, even when appearing to be dull.
Blades must always be fitted as a pair, and must be of the same type, only fit blades
recommended by the Clarke International.
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First, ensure the machine is switched OFF and isolated from the mains supply.
1. Turn the cutter height adjuster so that it registers zero. i.e turn the knob
clockwise so that the depth of cut, registered on the scale, is zero.
1. Remove the Angle Fence.
2. Raise the Cutter Guard arm.
3. Turn the cutter block to reveal the four hex. socket head screws securing the
cutter blade, then carefully remove them.
4. Turn the cutter block by 180 degrees and repeat the process.
ALWAYS hone/replace cutter blades as a pair.
5. Replace in reverse order, and, using a straight edge, ensure the cutting edges
are level and exactly in line with the table when they are at 12 o’clock - see
Fig.7. Tighten the securing screws taking care not to overtighten or damage
the hex. sockets..
NOTE: It is recommended that sharpening is done professionally, using a jig, as
blades must be sharpened as a pair to ensure they are correctly balanced. This
avoids the possibility of vibration due to inbalanced cutters rotating at speed.
Fig. 7
Periodically.
•
Wipe both the infeed and outfeed rollers with a damp cloth to remove all
traces of contaminants.
•
Wax the Thicknesser table frequently to ensure a smooth and reliable feed.
•
Inspect the Kickback pawls before each operation to ensure they are intact
and working properly. They should hang normally and loosely.
•
Remove the front cover - 3 dome head nuts, and lightly oil all pivots, linkages
and bearings with good quality machine oil. Ensure the enclosure and all
components are perfectly clean before replacing the cover.
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SPARE PARTS DIAGRAM - CPT600
12
PARTS LIST
No. Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
6A
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
19A
19B
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Qty
Bolt
Cord Stowage Bkt
Side Cover
Bolt
Locking Washer
Rubber Foot
Nut
Motor Cover
Bolt
Nut
Locking Washer
Washer
Angle Plate
Bolt
Chain
Crank
Plug
Threaded Spindle,Short
Table
Threaded Spindle Nut
Sleeve
Pointer
Locking Washer
Washer
Bolt
Chain Wheel
Washer
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Bolt
Sleeve
Bolt
Side Plate ,Left
Cutting Depth Scale
Bolt
Locking Washer
Washer
Washer
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Bolt
Rod,Long
Bolt
Part No.
No. Description
NXCPT6001
NXCPT6002
NXCPT6003
NXCPT6004
NXCPT6005
NXCPT6006
NXCPT6006A
NXCPT6007
NXCPT6008
NXCPT6010
NXCPT6011
NXCPT6012
NXCPT6013
NXCPT6014
NXCPT6015
NXCPT6016
NXCPT6017
NXCPT6018
NXCPT6019
NXCPT6019A
NXCPT6019B
NXCPT6020
NXCPT6021
NXCPT6022
NXCPT6023
NXCPT6024
NXCPT6025
NXCPT6026
NXCPT6027
NXCPT6028
NXCPT6029
NXCPT6030
NXCPT6031
NXCPT6032
NXCPT6033
NXCPT6034
NXCPT6035
NXCPT6036
NXCPT6037
NXCPT6038
NXCPT6039
NXCPT6040
NXCPT6041
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
52
53
54
54A
54B
54C
54D
54E
54F
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
74B
74C
75
76
77
13
Cable Clamp
Rubber Buffer
Flat Belt
Washer
Locking Washer
Bolt
Rod,Long
Washer
Bolt
Plastic Locknut
Strain Relief
Nut
Washer
Spring
Rod
Screw
Scale
Screw
Locking Line
Rubber Set
Power Cable
Protecting Hood
Switch Box
Bolt
Thermo-protector
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
Terminal
Switch
Nut
Locking Ring
Washer
Chain Wheel
Square Sleeve
Gear Wheel
Locking Ring
Belt Wheel
Lantern Ring
Needle Bearing
Pivot Plate
Retracting Spring
Arbor
Qty Part No.
NXCPT6042
NXCPT6043
NXCPT6044
NXCPT6045
NXCPT6046
NXCPT6047
NXCPT6048
NXCPT6049
NXCPT6050
NXCPT6052
NXCPT6053
NXCPT6054
NXCPT6054A
NXCPT6054B
NXCPT6054C
NXCPT6054D
NXCPT6054E
NXCPT6054F
NXCPT6055
NXCPT6056
NXCPT6057
NXCPT6058
NXCPT6059
NXCPT6060
NXCPT6061
NXCPT6062
NXCPT6063
NXCPT6064
NXCPT6065
NXCPT6066
NXCPT6067
NXCPT6068
NXCPT6069
NXCPT6070
NXCPT6071
NXCPT6072
NXCPT6073
NXCPT6074
NXCPT6074B
NXCPT6074C
NXCPT6075
NXCPT6076
NXCPT6077
No. Description
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
111A
111B
112
113
114
115
116
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
Qty Part No.
Bolt
Locking Washer
Washer
Chain Wheel
Chain
Belt Disk
Bolt
Bolt
Flat Belt
Supporting Plate
Post
Motor Belt Wheel
Motor
Grooved Ball Bearing
Bearing Cover
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Strut
Washer
Bolt
Feed-out Roller
Feed-in Roller
Retracting Spring
Bearing Bush
Rod
Washer
Ratchet
Bolt
Clamping Device
Cutter Blade
Cutter Block
Bolt
Arbor
Bolt
Needle Bearing
Bearing Cap
Sheet Metal Deflector
Retracting Spring
Front Table Top
Sliding Block
Bolt
Hand Knob
Cutter Guard Holder
Hand Knob
Scale
No. Description
NXCPT6078
NXCPT6079
NXCPT6080
NXCPT608/1
NXCPT6082
NXCPT6083
NXCPT6084
NXCPT6085
NXCPT6086
NXCPT6087
NXCPT6088
NXCPT6091
NXCPT6092
NXCPT6093
NXCPT6094
NXCPT6095
NXCPT6096
NXCPT6097
NXCPT6098
NXCPT6099
NXCPT6100
NXCPT6102
NXCPT6103
NXCPT6104
NXCPT6105
NXCPT6106
NXCPT6107
NXCPT6108
NXCPT6109
NXCPT6110
NXCPT6111
NXCPT6111A
NXCPT6111B
NXCPT6112
NXCPT6113
NXCPT6114
NXCPT6115
NXCPT6116
NXCPT6118
NXCPT6119
NXCPT6120
NXCPT6121
NXCPT6122
NXCPT6123
NXCPT6124
125
126
127
127A
128
128A
128B
129
130
131
132
132A
132B
133
134
134A
134B
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
14
Qty Part No.
Stud Bolt
Cover
Square Tube
Cover
Washer
Locking Ring
Locking Ring
Hand Knob
Bolt
Limit Switch
Switch Cover
Washer
Bolt
Stud Bolt
Stop Screw
Locking Washer
Nut
Threaded Spindle,Long
Hexagonal Nut
Locking Washer
Washer
Rear Table Top
Cutter Guard
Spindle
Stalk,Short
Angle Fence Plate
Nut
Bolt
Nut
Bolt
Hand Knob
Angle Piece
Stalk,Long
Guide Fence
Clamp Plate
Washer
Locking Washer
Bolt
Dust Collector
Key Assembly
Cover
Bolt
Push Stick
Hex Wrench
NXCPT6125
NXCPT6126
NXCPT6127
NXCPT6127A
NXCPT6128
NXCPT6128A
NXCPT6128B
NXCPT6129
NXCPT6130
NXCPT6131
NXCPT6132
NXCPT6132A
NXCPT6132B
NXCPT6133
NXCPT6134
NXCPT6134A
NXCPT6134B
NXCPT6135
NXCPT6136
NXCPT6137
NXCPT6138
NXCPT6139
NXCPT6140
NXCPT6141
NXCPT6142
NXCPT6143
NXCPT6145
NXCPT6146
NXCPT6147
NXCPT6148
NXCPT6149
NXCPT6150
NXCPT6151
NXCPT6152
NXCPT6153
NXCPT6154
NXCPT6155
NXCPT6156
NXCPT6157
NXCPT6158
NXCPT6159
NXCPT6160
NXCPT6161
NXCPT6162
SPARE PARTS DIAGRAM - CPT800
15
PARTS LIST - CPT800
No. Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
6A
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
19A
19B
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Qty
Bolt
Cord Stowage Bkt
Side Plate Top
Bolt
Locking Washer
Rubber Buffer
Nut
Motor Covering
Bolt
Nut
Locking Washer
Washer
Angle
Angle
Screw
Chain
Crank
Plug
Threaded Spindle,Short
Table
Threaded Spindle Nut
Sleeve
Pointer
Locking Washer
Washer
Bolt
Chain Wheel
Washer
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Bolt
Sleeve
Bolt
Side Plate ,Left
Cutting Depth Scale
Bolt
Locking Washer
Washer
Washer
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Bolt
Rod,Long
Bolt
Part No.
No. Description
NXCPT8001
NXCPT8002
NXCPT8003
NXCPT8004
NXCPT8005
NXCPT8006
NXCPT8006A
NXCPT8007
NXCPT8008
NXCPT8009
NXCPT8010
NXCPT8011
NXCPT8012
NXCPT8013
NXCPT8014
NXCPT8015
NXCPT8016
NXCPT8017
NXCPT8018
NXCPT8019
NXCPT8019A
NXCPT8019B
NXCPT8020
NXCPT8021
NXCPT8022
NXCPT8023
NXCPT80324
NXCPT8025
NXCPT8026
NXCPT8027
NXCPT8028
NXCPT8029
NXCPT8030
NXCPT8031
NXCPT8032
NXCPT8033
NXCPT8034
NXCPT8035
NXCPT8036
NXCPT8037
NXCPT8038
NXCPT8049
NXCPT8040
NXCPT8041
16
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
52
53
54
54A
54B
54C
54D
54E
54F
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
74B
74C
75
76
77
78
Cable Clamp
Rubber Buffer
Flat Belt
Washer
Locking Washer
Bolt
Rod,Long
Washer
Bolt
Plastic Locknut
Strain Relief
Nut
Washer
Spring
Plunger
Reset Assy.
Label
Screw
Locking Line
Rubber Set
Power Cable
Protecting Hood
Switch Box
Bolt
Thermo-protector
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
Terminal
Switch
Nut
Locking Ring
Washer
Chain Wheel
Square Sleeve
Gear Wheel
Locking Ring
Belt Wheel
Bush
Needle Bearing
Pivot Plate
Retracting Spring
Arbor
Bolt
Qty Part No.
NXCPT8042
NXCPT8043
NXCPT8044
NXCPT8045
NXCPT8046
NXCPT8047
NXCPT8048
NXCPT8049
NXCPT8050
NXCPT8052
NXCPT8053
NXCPT8054
NXCPT8054A
NXCPT8054B
NXCPT8054C
NXCPT8054D
NXCPT8054E
NXCPT8054F
NXCPT8055
NXCPT8056
NXCPT8057
NXCPT8058
NXCPT8059
NXCPT8060
NXCPT8061
NXCPT8062
NXCPT8063
NXCPT8064
NXCPT8065
NXCPT8066
NXCPT8067
NXCPT8068
NXCPT8069
NXCPT8070
NXCPT8071
NXCPT8072
NXCPT8073
NXCPT8074
NXCPT8074B
NXCPT8074C
NXCPT8075
NXCPT8076
NXCPT8077
NXCPT8078
No. Description
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
111A
111B
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
Qty
Locking Washer
Washer
Chain Wheel
Chain
Belt Disk
Bolt
Bolt
Flat Belt
Supporting Plate
Post
Motor Belt Wheel
Motor
Grooved Ball Bearing
Bearing Cover
Locking Washer
Hexagonal Nut
Strut
Washer
Bolt
Feed-out Roller
Feed-in Roller
Retracting Spring
Bearing Bush
Rod
Washer
Kick Back Pawl
Bolt
Clamping Block
Cutter Blade
Cutter Block
Bolt
Arbor
Bolt
Needle Bearing
Bearing Cap
Sheet Metal Deflector
Retracting Spring
Pointer
Front Table Top
Sliding Block
Bolt
Hand Knob
Blade Cover Holder
Hand Knob
Scale
Stud Bolt
Part No.
NXCPT8079
NXCPT8080
NXCPT8081
NXCPT8082
NXCPT8083
NXCPT8084
NXCPT8085
NXCPT8086
NXCPT8087
NXCPT8088
NXCPT8091
NXCPT8092
NXCPT8093
NXCPT8094
NXCPT8095
NXCPT8096
NXCPT8097
NXCPT8098
NXCPT8099
NXCPT8100
NXCPT8102
NXCPT8103
NXCPT8104
NXCPT8105
NXCPT8106
NXCPT8107
NXCPT8108
NXCPT8109
NXCPT8110
NXCPT8111
NXCPT8111A
NXCPT8111B
NXCPT8112
NXCPT8113
NXCPT8114
NXCPT8115
NXCPT8116
NXCPT8117
NXCPT8118
NXCPT8119
NXCPT8120
NXCPT8121
NXCPT8122
NXCPT8123
NXCPT8124
NXCPT8125
No. Description
126
127
127A
128
128A
128B
129
130
131
132
132A
132B
133
134
134A
134B
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
149A
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
157A
158
159
160
161
162
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Qty Part No.
Cover
NXCPT8126
Square Tube
NXCPT8127
Cover
NXCPT8127A
Washer
NXCPT8128
Locking Ring
NXCPT8128A
Locking Ring
NXCPT8128B
Hand Knob
NXCPT8129
Bolt
NXCPT8130
Limit Switch
NXCPT8131
Switch Cover
NXCPT8132
Washer
NXCPT8132A
Bolt
NXCPT8132B
Stud Bolt
NXCPT8133
Stop
NXCPT8134
Lock Washer
NXCPT8134A
Nut
NXCPT8134B
Threaded Spindle - Long NXCPT8135
Hex. Nut
NXCPT8136
Locking washer
NXCPT8137
Washer
NXCPT8138
Rear table top
NXCPT8139
Cutter Guard
NXCPT8140
Spindle
NXCPT8141
Rod - Short
NXCPT8142
Angle instruction 1
NXCPT8143
Angle instruction 2
NXCPT8144
Nut
NXCPT8145
Bolt
NXCPT8146
Pin
NXCPT8147
Bolt
NXCPT8148
Hand Knob
NXCPT8149
Nut
NXCPT8149A
Angle Piece
NXCPT8150
Stalk,Long
NXCPT80151
Guide Fence
NXCPT8152
Clamp
NXCPT8153
Washer
NXCPT8154
Locking Washer
NXCPT8155
Bolt
NXCPT8156
Dust Collector
NXCPT8157
Label
NXCPT8157A
Key Assembly
NXCPT8158
Cover
NXCPT8169
Bolt
NXCPT8160
Push Stick
NXCPT81161
Hex Wrench
NXCPT8162
IMPORTANT:
The use of parts other than CLARKE replacement parts may result in safety hazards,
decreased tool performance and may invalidate your warranty.
PARTS & SERVICE CONTACTS
For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer,
or CLARKE International, on one of the following numbers.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
PARTS & SERVICE FAX: 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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