Axminster Excalibur EX-16 User manual

Axminster Excalibur EX-16 User manual
Excalibur EX-16, EX-21
& EX-30 Scroll Saws
950007 (EX-30)
953432 (EX-16)
Axminster Reference No:
953432 (EX-16)
950006 (EX-21)
950007 (EX-30)
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953432-950006-950007
User Manual
950006 (EX-21)
Index of Contents...
Page No.
Index of Contents.........................................................................................................................................................................................02
Introduction/Warranty...................................................................................................................................................................................02
Rules For Safe Operation............................................................................................................................................................................03
Safety Instructions....................................................................................................................................................................................... 04
Electrical Requirements...............................................................................................................................................................................05
Identification of Main Parts & Components................................................................................................................................................. 06
Unpacking & Set Up.................................................................................................................................................................................... 07
Installation & Assembly...........................................................................................................................................................................07-08
Choosing & Installing a Saw Blade...................................................................................................................................................08-09-10
Operating Instructions.................................................................................................................................................................. 10-11-12-13
Maintenance, Adjustments & Servicing..................................................................................................................................................14-15
Recommended Optional Accessories..........................................................................................................................................................15
Specifications...............................................................................................................................................................................................15
EX-16 Parts Breakdown/List (A,B,C).................................................................................................................................16-17-18-19-20-21
EX-21 Parts Breakdown/List (A,B,C).................................................................................................................................22-23-24-25-26-27
EX-30 Parts Breakdown/List (A.B.C).................................................................................................................................28-29-30-31-32-33
Copied from CE Certificate
The undersigned, Jason Lin authorised by General International MFG (Co.,) Ltd.
8360 Champ-D’eau, Montreal (Quebec), Canada H1P 1Y3 declares that this product:
Excalibur EX-16CE, EX-21CE & EX-30CE
manufactured by General International MFG (Co.,) is in compliance with the following standards or
standardisation documents in accordance with Council Directives.
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Introduction/Warranty...
WARRANTY
All component parts of Excalibur by Axminster Tool Centre are carefully tested and inspected during all stages
of production, and each unit is thoroughly inspected upon completion of assembly. Because of our commitment
to quality and customer satisfaction, Axminster Tool Centre agrees to repair or replace, within a period of 12
months from date of purchase, any genuine part or parts which, upon examination, prove to be defective in
workmanship or material. In order to obtain this warranty, all defective parts must be returned freight pre-paid
to Axminster Tool Centre. Repairs attempted without our written authorization will void this warranty.
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Disclamer: The information and specifications in this manual pertain to the unit as it was supplied from the factory at the time of printing.
Because we are committed to making constant Improvements, Axminster Tool Centre reserves the right to make changes to components,
parts or features of this unit as deemed necessary, without prior notice and without obligation to install any such changes on previously
delivered units. Reasonable care is taken at the factory to ensure that the specifications and information in this manual corresponds with
that of the unit with which it was supplied. However, special orders and “after factory” modifications may render some or all information in
this manual inapplicable to your unit. Further, as several generations of this scroll saw and several versions of this manual may be in
circulation, if you own an earlier or later version of this unit, this manual may not depict your unit exactly. If you have any doubts or
questions contact your retailer or our support line with the model and serial number of your unit for clarification.
Rules for Safe Operation...
To help ensure safe operation, please take a moment to learn the machine's
applications and limitations, as well as potential hazards. Axminster Tool Centre
disclaims any real or implied warranty and holds itself harmless for any injury
that may result from the improper use of its equipment.
1. Be sure to read, understand and follow all safety
warnings and instructions in the supplied Operator's
Manual.
2. Do not operate the saw when tired, distracted, or
under the effects of drugs, alcohol or any medication
that impairs reflexes or alertness. Stay alert! Give your
work your undivided attention.
3. Keep the work area well lit, clean and free of debris.
Cluttered areas and benches invite injuries.
4. Keep children and shop visitors at a safe distance
while operating the saw; do not permit them to operate
the scroll saw.
5. Childproof and tamper proof your shop and all
machinery with locks, master electrical switches and
switch keys, to prevent unauthorized or unsupervised
use. Fine particulate dust is a carcinogen that can be
hazardous to health. Work in a well ventilated area and
use a dust collector whenever possible.
7. Wear approved safety glasses, dust mask and
non-skid footwear. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves,
bracelets, necklaces or jewellery while operating the
saw. Keep long hair contained by wearing protective
hair covering.
8. Be sure all adjustment tools, wrenches or other
clutter are removed from the machine and/or the table
surface before operation. When not in use, tools should
be locked-up in a dry place, out of children's reach and
away from flammable substances.
9. Keep hands well away from saw blade and all
moving parts. Use a brush, not hands, to clear away
chips and sawdust.
10. Be sure that saw blade is properly installed, and in
proper cutting direction, before operation. Always use a
clean, properly sharpened blade. Dirty or dull blades
are unsafe and can lead to accidents. Also, be sure the
blade has gained full operating speed before beginning
to cut.
12. Avoid working from awkward or off balance
positions. Do not overreach while cutting; keep both
feet on floor. Never lean over or reach behind the blade
and never pull the workpiece through the cut from
behind.
13. Never stand or lean on the saw. Serious injury
could occur if the unit is tipped over or if the blade is
unintentionally contacted.
14. Use of parts and accessories NOT recommended
by Axminster Tool Centre may result in equipment
malfunction or risk of injury.
15. Never leave the machine unattended while
running or with the power "ON".
16. Always turn off and disconnect from power source
before servicing or changing accessories, blades, bits,
and cutters, or before performing any maintenance or
adjustments.
17. Make sure that switch is in the "OFF" position
before plugging in the power cord. Do not use the saw
if the power switch is defected, have defective switches
replaced by an authorized service centre.
18. Make sure saw is properly grounded. If equipped
with a 3-prong plug it should be used with a three-pole
receptacle. Never remove the third prong. Avoid body
contact with grounded surfaces (e.g. pipes, radiators,
stoves, refrigerators).
19. Repairs to the saw should only be carried out by
qualified people using original spare parts. A guard or
other damaged part should be properly repaired or
replaced by an authorized service centre.
20. Inspect power cords and extension wires
periodically. If damaged, have them repaired by an
authorized service facility. Never yank cords and wires
and keep away from heat, oil, and sharp edges.
21. This tool is for indoor use only. Do not expose to
rain or use in wet or damp locations.
11. Do not push or force stock into the blade. The saw
will perform better and more safely when working at the
rate for which it was designed. Do not use for purposes
not intended.
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Recommended Optional Accessories...
Foot Switch with Trailing Plug & Socket (Order no 340159)
These two foot-operated safety switches are equipped with trailing plugs and sockets and can easily be inserted between
the mains supply and any machine fitted with a no volt release switch, such as a drill, bandsaw or lathe. Operation of the
switch interrupts the supply to the solenoid and the machine is stopped; re-starting can only be achieved by operating the
NVR switch on the machine, creating an excellent safety measure in those situations where safety is of paramount
importance, such as educational establishments.
Specifications...
Axminster No.
953432
950006
950007
Model:
EX-16
EX-21
EX-30
Rating:
Trade
Trade
Trade
Power:
240V 50Hz 320W
240V 50Hz 320W
240V 50Hz 320W
Throat:
406mm
535mm
762mm
Stroke:
51mm
51mm
51mm
Cuts per Minute:
400-1,550/min
400-1,550/min
400-1,550/min
Max Depth of Cut:
51mm
51mm
51mm
Table Size:
305 x 470mm
345 x 597mm
358 x 825mm
Arm Tilt: +/-
0˚- 45˚ (Left & Right)
0˚- 45˚ (Left & Right)
0˚- 45˚ (Left & Right)
Overall L x W x H:
812 x 380 x 387mm
812 x 380 x 387mm
1100 x 394 x 387mm
Weight:
29.5kg
29.5kg
52kg
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EX-16 Parts Breakdown (A)...
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EX-16 Parts List (A)...
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EX-16 Parts Breakdown (B)...
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EX-16 Parts List (B)...
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EX-16 Parts Breakdown (C)...
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EX-21 Parts Breakdown (A)...
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EX-21 Parts Breakdown (C)...
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EX-30 Parts Breakdown (A)...
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EX-30 Parts Breakdown (B)...
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EX-30 Parts Breakdown (C)...
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Notes...
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Notes...
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Excalibur EX-16, EX-21 & EX-30 Scroll Saws
953432-950006-950007
Please dispose of packaging for the product in a
responsible manner. It is suitable for recycling. Help to
protect the environment, take the packaging to the local
amenity tip and place into the appropriate recycling bin.
Only for EU countries
Do not dispose of electric tools together with household
waste material! In observance of European Directive
2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment
and its implementation in accordance with national law,
electric tools that have reached the end of their life must be
collected separately and returned to an environmentally
compatible recycling facility.
Axminster Reference No:
953432 (EX-16)
950006 (EX-21)
950007 (EX-30)
Axminster Devon EX13 5PH UK
FREEPHONE 0800 371822
www.axminster.co.uk
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