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Clarke CDP501F Instruction manual
SERIAL No....................
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0307
When disposing of this product, do not dispose of with general waste. It must be disposed of according to law at
a recognised disposal facility.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing your CLARKE 20mm Drill Press.
Before attempting to operate the machine, please read this instruction manual
thoroughly, and follow all directions carefully. By doing so you will ensure the safety
of both yourself and others around you, and at the same time, you should look
forward to long and trouble free service from your Clarke Drill Press.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faults in manufacture for 12 months from date
of purchase. Keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This guarantee is invalid if the
product has been found to have been abused or tampered with in any way, or
not used for the purpose for which it was intended. The reason for return must be
clearly stated. This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
Safety Precautions .......................................................................... 4
Additional Safety Rules for Drill Presses ......................................... 5
Electrical Connections and Wiring Diagram ................................ 6
Preparation for Use ......................................................................... 7
Description of Parts ......................................................................... 8
Assembly .......................................................................................... 9
Settings and Adjustments ............................................................. 11
Operation ....................................................................................... 13
Removing the Chuck .................................................................... 14
Maintenance ................................................................................. 14
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 15
Parts Lists and Diagrams ........................................................ 16 - 20
Drill Speed Table ............................................................................ 21
Spare Parts & Servicing ................................................................. 21
Cutting Speed Chart ..................................................................... 22
Specifications ................................................................................ 23
Optional Accessories .................................................................... 23
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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.
KNOW YOUR MACHINE. Read the manual carefully. Learn the machines applications
and limitations, as well as the specific potential hazards peculiar to it.
2.
KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order.
3.
EARTH ALL MACHINES. If the machine is equipped with three-pin plug, it should be
plugged into a three-pin electrical socket. Never remove the earth pin.
4.
REMOVE ALL ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Before starting, form the habit of
checking to ensure that keys, wrenches and tools are removed from the machine.
5.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents.
6.
DON’T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Don’t use machinery in damp or wet
locations, or expose them to rain. Keep work area well lit.
7.
MAKE WORKSHOP CHILDPROOF - with padlocks, master switches etc.
8.
KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS AWAY. All children and visitors should be kept a safe
distance from work area
9.
DON’T FORCE THE MACHINE. It will do the job better and safer, at the rate for which it
was designed.
10. USE THE RIGHT TOOL. Don’t force a tool or attachment to do a job for which it was not
designed.
11. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets, or other
jewellery may get caught in moving parts. Nonslip footwear is recommended. Long
hair should be contained.
12. USE SAFETY GLASSES. Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are
NOT safety glasses.
13. USE EAR DEFENDERS.
14. DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
15. MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP CONDITION. Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest
performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
16. ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE MACHINE before servicing or changing accessories.
17. CHECK FOR DAMAGE. If part of the machine (eg. A cover or guard), is damaged, it
should be carefully inspected to ensure that it can perform its’ intended function
correctly. If in doubt, the part should be renewed. Damage to moving parts or major
components should be Inspected by a qualified technician before operating the
machine. Contact your local dealer for advice.
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19. DO NOT STAND ON THE MACHINE. Serious injury could occur if the machine is tipped
over. Do not store materials above or near the machine such that it is necessary to
stand on the machine to get to them.
20. NEVER operate a machine when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication.
21. 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.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FOR DRILL PRESSES
WARNING:
THIS MACHINE MUST NOT BE MODIFIED, OR USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER
THAN THAT FOR WHICH IT IS DESIGNED.
1.
IMPORTANT: You should not operate this machine unless you are thoroughly familiar
with drilling machines and drilling techniques. If there is any doubt whatsoever, you
should consult a qualified person.
2.
Do not operate the machine until it is completely assembled, and you have read, and
understood. this entire manual
3.
Ensure the proper electrical regulations are followed, and that the machine is properly
earthed.
4.
Before switching the machine ON, ALWAYS:a.
Ensure all chuck keys, spanners and wrenches are removed from the machine.
b.
Examine the setup carefully, ensuring that the workpiece is perfectly secure.
c.
Ensure your clothing is properly adjusted.
5.
Make all adjustments with the power OFF.
6.
Always use the correct drilling speeds for the drill size, and the type of material being
drilled (see page 22).
7.
NEVER leave the drill unattended whilst it is running. Turn the machine OFF and do not
leave until it has come to a complete stop.
8.
When you have finished with the machine, always remove and store the drill bits.
9.
CAUTION: This Drill Press is designed for use with Drill Bits and Morticing attachments
ONLY. The use of other cutting tools or accessories could be hazardous.
10.
ALWAYS use clamps, or a drill vice bolted to the table, to hold the work. It should NEVER
be held in bare hands.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the mains lead to a standard, 230 Volt (50Hz) electrical supply through an
approved 13 amp BS 1363 plug, or a suitably 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 flexible lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
Connect GREEN & YELLOW cord to terminal marked with a letter “E” or Earth symbol
“ ” or coloured GREEN or GREEN & YELLOW.
Connect BROWN cord to terminal marked with a letter “L” or coloured RED.
Connect BLUE cord to terminal marked with a letter “N” or coloured BLACK.
If this appliance is fitted with a plug which is moulded onto the electric cable (i.e. nonrewirable) 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).
4.
Replacement fuse covers can be obtained from your local dealer or most electrical
stockists.
5.
The fuse in the plug must be replaced with one of the same rating (13 amps) and this
replacement must be ASTA approved to BS1363.
WIRING DIAGRAM
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PREPARATION
On receipt, carefully unpack the components, ensuring that no damage was suffered in
transit, and that all parts are accounted for.
The following loose items are to be found in the packing case.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Table Assy.
Column Assy
This Manual
1 xBag of loose parts
E.
F.
G.
H.
Head Assy.
Base
1xBox of loose parts
Chuck Guard Assy.
Loose Items in Box and Bag
Check the parts against the above list and refer to the above diagrams.
Should there be any deficiencies or damage, please contact your CLARKE dealer
immediately .
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Remove all traces of preservative from the components with paraffin or a good quality
solvent, and wipe all parts thoroughly with a clean dry cloth. Apply a coating of wax paste
or light oil, to the table, column and base, to prevent rust.
Take the necessary precautions when lifting components, considering their weight.
Assistance will be required.
Before use, the machine must be securely bolted to a floor of sufficient strength to withstand
the weight of the drill press plus anticipated work. If necessary get professional advice.
Ensure the location is adequately lit, and that you will not be working in your own shadow.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
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ASSEMBLY
CAUTION!
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ASSEMBLE THIS MACHINE SINGLE HANDED..ASSISTANCE MUST BE USED
A. Column Assembly to Base
(Ref Parts List/Diagram page 18)
NOTE: Ideally, the base should be firmly bolted to the floor prior to assembly of other
components. The mounting surface must flat, level, and capable of supporting the weight
of the drill plus anticipated work.
With the Base on a flat level surface, bolt on the Column Support (8) complete with Column
and Table Support, using the 4, M12 Hex head screws (9) provided, and tighten them fully.
B. Mounting the Table Assembly
1.
From the box of loose parts, locate the worm,
and install it in the Gear Housing of the Table
Support, liberally greased and pushed fully
home.
2.
Push the the crank on to the worm spigot,
protruding from the gear housing, as far as it
will go and tighten the crank’s grub screw on to
the flat on the spigot.
3.
Screw the crank handle into the crank and
tighten fully.
4.
Slacken the Collar grub screw (see fig.2),
using the 3mm hex. wrench provided, and
remove the Collar and Rack from the Column.
5.
With assistance, raise the table and insert the
rack into the Gear Housing with the long
smooth end uppermost, as shown in fig. 3,
and engaged with the gear within the
housing.
6.
Lower the complete assembly down on to the
Column so that the lower end of the rack rests
in the ‘vee’ created between the Column
Support and the Column, then screw in and nip
up the Table Support Locking Handle to secure
the table temporarily in this position.
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
Fig. 2
7.
Slide the top collar back into place and tighten the grub
screw, ensuring there is sufficient clearance between the
collar and the Rack to allow the Rack to move smoothly
within the Collar (as the table swings around the column),
without appreciable slack. It will be necessary to slacken
the Table Support Locking Handle to test its operation.
Check also to ensure the table moves smoothly and freely
from top to bottom of the Rack, by winding the crank.
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C. Head to Column
Fig. 4
NOTE: It may be necessary to unscrew the Head
Lock Set Screws (A, fig.4) slightly, to ensure they
do not protrude internally as this would prevent
the head from sliding fully into position.
1.
With assistance, raise the head and locate it
on top of the Column.
2.
Align the head with the base, and firmly
secure with the set screws provided, (AFig.4).
3.
Locate the three feed handles (items 18 & 19
page17),and screw them firmly into the hub
of the spindle feed shaft (item 20, page 17).
Fig. 5
D. Chuck Guard Assembly.
NOTE: This operation should be carried out before the
chuck is installed.
Slide the Chuck Guard over the Quill Shaft, turn it so that
the pinch bolt faces the front (as shown in fig.5), then nip
up the pinch bolt to temporarily secure it in this position.
IMPORTANT: Ensure the Quill Shaft/Spindle is at the top of its
travel.
E. Installing the Chuck.
1.
With the chuck guard lifted clear of the spindle nose, wind the table up the column
and secure it to within 6" of the spindle.
2.
Open the jaws of the chuck to their maximum, using the chuck key supplied.
3.
Put a piece of scrap wood on to the table to protect the chuck nose.
4.
Ensuring all parts are thoroughly clean, dry, and burr free, Slide the arbour into the Quill
and push home, turning as you do so, to ensure the tang, on its end, seats correctly.
Place the chuck over the end of the arbour and pull the spindle down using the feed
handles, pressing the chuck jaws hard against the piece of scrap wood until the chuck
is forced home. (Fig.4).
Fig.6
F. Fitting the Drive Belts.
1.
Undo the Belt Tension Lock Knobs (one
either side of the head - A-Fig.6), and
turn the Belt Tension Lever (B) clockwise
to bring the Motor Pulley closer to the
Spindle Pulley. This will allow the belts to
be slipped on with ease.
2.
Lubricate the Idler Pulley Pivot shaft (item
4, page 19) and Idler Pulley, with light
grease and install in its’ mounting
between the Motor and Spindle Pulleys.
Consult the chart inside the belt cover (duplicated on page 14), and fit the belts in the
positions corresponding to spindle/drill speed required.
3.
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4.
Turn the Belt Tension Lever (B - fig.6), anticlockwise so that tension is applied to the
belts. Tension is correct when the belts deflect by approx. ½” at their centres of run
when using reasonable thumb pressure. Lock the motor in this position with the Lock
Knobs.
NOTE: The idler pulley will ‘float’ so that tension is applied equally to both belts
CHECKING THE OPERATION OF THE MICROSWITCH
IMPORTANT:
When closing the pulley cover, check the operation of the Microswitch. It is important
that it operates immediately the cover is pulled open, to stop the motor,........NOT when
the cover is opened sufficiently for fingers to be inserted.
If necessary, bend the actuating tab, which is attached to the cover, to ensure this.
G. Pulley Cover Knob.
Locate the knob, with pan head screw, and attach to the cover, screwing on tightly.
SETTINGS and ADJUSTMENTS
1. Table.
Fig. 9
The table may be raised,
lowered or swivelled about the
column, by slackening off the
table support locking handle,
(Fig.9), adjusting accordingly,
using the table crank, and retightening the locking handle.
Fig. 8
If the table assembly moves
stiffly when being swivelled
about the column, slacken the
upper collar grub screw (at the
rack) to allow the collar to move
very slightly, thereby providing a
Table Support
little more clearance between
Locking Handle
rack and collar. Tighten the grub screw when satisfied.
The table may also be tilted, as shown in fig.8, as follows:
The table is secured to the table support with a single
M20x50mm screw, shown at A - fig. 10, and is located by peg B.
In order to tilt the table, it is first of all necessary to remove peg
B. This is achieved by screwing the nut - C, clockwise i.e.
screwing ‘in’. The peg will be
drawn out as you do so.
Fig.10
Table shown tilted and
With the locating peg removed,
slacken off the securing screw - swivelled about the column
A, and tilt the table to your desired angle, as indicated on the
scale, shown in fig. 11, then tighten the securing screw A.
For all normal operations, the table should be set to 0° and
located by peg B, fig.10..
To return the table to its normal position,slacken the securing
screw - A, and tilt the table so that the mark on the table lines
up with the 0° mark on the tilt scale, as shown in fig. 11. Nip up
the securing screw (do not tighten).
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Fig. 11
Spin the nut C - fig. 10, so that it is towards the end of the
thread on the peg. Lighly oil the smooth tapered end of the
peg before inserting it into the hole in the mounting, and into
the corresponding hole in the table support. It may be
necessary to turn the table slightly in order to line up the
holes. Tap the peg home gently, using a soft headed mallet
or copper hammer. Finally screw the nut in, but only until it
comes into contact with the housing.
2. Spindle Depth.
Table Tilt Scale
(Ref. Fig. 12)
Located around the spindle feed shaft is a Depth Stop Collar, carrying a graduated scale
(A). The collar is capable of turning about the shaft, and may be locked in place by a
Locking Screw (B). Graduations are imperial (inches) and metric (mm).
Fig. 12
To set a drilling depth:
1.
Lower the drill (with the power OFF) so that it contacts
the work, and hold in that position.
2.
Slacken off the locking screw, and turn the collar so that
the measurement for the depth of hole required is in line
with the pointer (C). Lock the collar in this position using
the locking screw.
The drill is now set to drill holes to your pre-determined depth,
from that particular start point. i.e. Providing the surface of
your workpiece is flat and level, you may drill a series of holes,
each to the same depth.
3. Changing Drill (Spindle) Speed.
Before changing the speeds, ensure the machine is switched OFF, and disconnected from
the mains supply.
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Undo the Belt Tension Lock Knobs (Afig.13), one either side of the head and
turn lever B clockwise to relieve any
tension on the belts. Referring to the chart
inside the belt cover (which is duplicated
on page 14), fit the belts in the positions
corresponding to the spindle speed
required.
2.
Lever the motor, on its bracket, away
from the head, by turning lever B - fig.13,
anti-clockwise so that tension is applied
to the belts.
Fig. 13
NOTE: The idler pulley will ‘float’ so that tension is equally applied to both belts
Tension is correct, when the belts deflect by approx. ½” at their centre when using
reasonable pressure with the thumb and forefinger.
Lock the motor in this position tightening the two lock knobs - A.
NOTE: If the belt should slip whilst drilling, adjust the belt tension.
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OPERATION.
1.
Insert the drill bit into the jaws of the chuck by approx 1", ensuring that the jaws do
not touch the flutes of the drill. Before tightening the chuck, ensure that the drill is
centred within the jaws.
2.
Ensure the table height and position is set so that drill travel is sufficient for the job in
hand.
3.
Ensure the work is securely clamped, or held in a drill vice bolted to the table. Never
hold it with bare hands. Severe personal injury may be caused if the workpiece is
whipped out of the operator’s hand, and, damage to the machine incurred if the
work strikes the column.
If the piece is of irregular shape and cannot be laid flat on the table, it should be
securely blocked and clamped.
Any tilting, twisting, or shifting, results not only in a rough hole but also increases drill
breakage.
4.
For small workpieces that cannot be clamped to
the table, use a Drill Press Vice. The vice must be
clamped or bolted to the table.
5.
When drilling completely through wood, always
position a piece of scrap wood between the
workpiece and the table to prevent splintering on
the underside of the workpiece as the drill breaks
through.
Fig. 14
The scrap piece of wood must make contact with
the left side of the column as shown in Fig 14. In
addition, set the depth of drill travel so that the
drill cannot possibly come into contact with the
table, or, align the table so that the hole in its’
centre is in line with the drill bit.
6.
When completely satisfied that the setup is sound,
lower the Chuck Guard into place and switch the
machine ON by raising the switch cover, as shown in
fig. 15, and pushing the ‘I’ button.To switch OFF, hit the
switch cover which will push the ‘O’ button, turning
the machine OFF.
NOTE:
a.
As a safety feature, the ON/OFF switch is a No Volt
Release type. Therefore, if the power is interrupted
whilst the machine is switched ON, it will not
automatically start when the power is restored.
b.
A Micro switch is provided within the Pulley Cover
which prevents the machine from operating unless
the Pulley Cover is firmly closed.
c.
A lamp is provided, built into the head. The switch is
located on the front panel, directly below the ON/OFF
switch
Drill Press Vices, Cross Vices and Clamps,
are available from your CLARKE dealer.
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Fig. 15
REMOVING THE CHUCK
TTo remove the chuck, pull the spindle down fully,
using the feed handles. The slot in the side of the
Quill will become visible, as shown in fig. 14. Note
the position of the chuck, perhaps by placing a
chalk mark, in line with the chuck, on the column,
then raise the table so that it is only an inch or so
below the position marked.
Place a thick cloth, or similar, on the table to catch
the chuck, to prevent damage when it drops, then
pull down the spindle once more, until the slot in
the Quill tube is visible, Insert the drive wedge
into the slot and give it a sharp tap, preferably
with a copper hammer. This will break the seal
between the quill tube and the arbour, allowing
the chuck to fall free, on to the cloth on the table.
To disconnect the chuck from the arbour, give it
a sharp tap with a soft head mallet to break the
Fig. 16
taper seal.
NOTE: Morse taper drills (MT2), may also be used with this machine, and are inserted into
the Quill to replace the arbour. Removal is the same as that for removing the chuck.
MAINTENANCE
For maximum performance it is essential that the Drill Press is properly maintained. Always
inspect before use. Any damage should be repaired and faults rectified.
If the mains lead is worn, cut or damaged, in any way, it should be replaced immediately.
Refer to the trouble shooting chart on page 15. If you are unable to rectify faults, contact
your local dealer or Clarke International Service Division on 020 8556 4443 for assistance.
After use.......Remove all swarf from the machine and thoroughly clean all surfaces.
Components should be dry, with machined surfaces lightly oiled.
Monthly (When in constant use)
•
•
•
•
Check tightness of mounting bolts, and, head and column securing set screws.
Check belt for wear and replace if frayed or damaged in any way.
Blow out any dust that may have accumulated in the motor fan.
Apply a thin coat of wax paste or light oil to the table and column, for lubrication and
to help prevent corrosion.
NOTE:
Always remove drill bits and store in a safe place.
All bearings are packed with grease at the factory and require no further lubrication.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBABLE CAUSE
PROBLEM
REMEDY
Noisy
operation
(under load)
A)
B)
C)
D)
Incorrect belt tension
Dry spindle
Loose pulley
Worn bearing
A) Adjust tension
B) Remove spindle/quill assembly
and lubricate
C) Tighten pulley
D) Replace bearing
Excessive
drill wobble
A)
B)
C)
D)
Loose chuck
Worn spindle, or bearing
Worn chuck
Bent drill
A) Tighten by pressing chuck down
on to a block of wood against the
table.
B) Replace spindle shaft or bearing
C) Replace chuck
D) Renew Drill
Motor won’t
start
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
G)
Power supply
Motor connection
NVR Switch connections
Faulty switch
Motor windings burned
Pulley Cover not closed
Micro Switch inoperative
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
G)
Drill binds
in workpiece
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Excessive feed pressure
Loose belt
Loose drill
Incorrect drill speed.
Drill profile incorrect for
type of material
A)
B)
C)
D)
Drill burns
or smokes
A) Incorrect speed.
B) Chips are not discharging
C) Dull drill or incorrect
profile for material
D) Lack of coolant
E) Excessive feed pressure
Table difficult to A) Needs lubrication
raise
B) Table lock tightened
Check power cord/fuse
Check motor connections
Check switch connections
Replace switch
Replace motor
Close pulley cover.
Check operation of micro switch,
See P11 - and renew if faulty
Apply less pressure
Check belt tension
Tighten drill with key
Refer to Cutting Speed chart,
and adjust drill speed accordingly
E) Consult an appropriate manual
re. Materials, Drills and Cutting
Angles, and sharpen drill
accordingly.
A) Refer to Cutting Speed chart,
and adjust drill speed accordingly
B) Clean drill
C) As ‘E’ above
D) Use coolant whilst drilling
E) Apply less pressure
A) Lubricate with light oil
B) Loosen clamp
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No.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
49
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Hex. Hd Screw M8 ........................................................... 3044500
Adjusting Lever ................................................................. DD16102006
Motor Bracket ................................................................... DD20102003
Motor Mounting ............................................................... DD16102007B
Lockwasher 12mm ........................................................... DDGB93-87
Hex. Nut M12 ..................................................................... 3040603
Motor ................................................................................. DDYL8034
Hex Nut. M8 ....................................................................... 3040601
Washer M8 ........................................................................ DDGB972-85
Motor Cable ..................................................................... DD20102016
Hex. Screw M8 .................................................................. 3040502
Belt Tension Lock Knob .................................................... DD16102005
Belt Tension Lever ............................................................. DD21002004
Skt. Screw Set M10 ............................................................ DDGB80-85
Depth Screw Lock ............................................................ DD16104012
Scale Guide ...................................................................... DD16104004
Knob .................................................................................. DD20104011
Feed Handle ..................................................................... DD21004005
SpindleShaft ...................................................................... DD16104000
Depth Stop Collar w/Scale ............................................. DD6104003
Stop Pin .............................................................................. DD16104010
Skt. Screw Hd. M8 ............................................................. 3040502
Lock washer Ext. M5 ......................................................... DDGB8621-87
Pan Hd.Screw M5 ............................................................. DDGB818-85
Switch Box ......................................................................... DD20102008
Pan Hd Screw Cr M6 ........................................................ 3040543
No Voltage Switch ........................................................... DD1KJD12
Light Switch ....................................................................... DDRF1001
Self Tapping Screw ........................................................... DDGB845-85
Pan Hd Screw M6 ............................................................. DDGB818-86
Lead ................................................................................... DD16102018A
Skt. Hd. Screw Cap M8 .................................................... 3044503
Special Screw Set M10 .................................................... DD16102021
Hex Nut. M10 ..................................................................... 3040602
Quill Spring Seat ............................................................... DD20104006
Roll Pin 6x16 ....................................................................... DDGB879-86
Quill Spring ........................................................................ DD20104008
Spring Cap ........................................................................ DD20104007
Hex Nut. M12 ..................................................................... 3040603
Power cable ..................................................................... DD2002015C
Roll Pin 2.5 - 10 ................................................................. DDGB879-86
Head w/Pointer & Trim .................................................... DD20102001
Connector Wire ................................................................ DD16102019
Pan Cr Screw M6 .............................................................. 3040420
Bulb Socket ....................................................................... DD16102013B
Allen Key M3 ..................................................................... DDGB5356-86A
Allen Key M4 ..................................................................... DDGB5356-86B
Allen Key M5 ..................................................................... DDGB5356-86C
Allen Key M6 ..................................................................... DDGB5356-86D
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HEAD ASSEMBLY
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BASE ASSEMBLY
No.Description
Part No
No. Description
Part No.
1 Collar
DD20102011
11 Column
DD20101003
2 Hex. Skt. Screw Set M6
DDGB80-85
12 Table Locking Pin
DD20101015
3 Table Support w/Indicator DD20101004
13 Hex. Nut M8
3040601
4 Crank
DD20101009
14 Hex. Hd.Screw M20
3040445
5 Crank Handle-
DD2001009-1 15 Table - w/Scale
DD20101014
6 Rack
DD20101010
16 Gear Pin
DD16101007
7 Hex. Skt Screw Set M10
3040430
17 Table Sup’t Lock Handle DD16101012
8 Column Support
DD20101002
18 Helical Gear
DD16101006
9 Hex. Hd Screw M12
3040530
19 Worm
DD20101008
10 Base
DD20101001
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PULLEY COVER
No.Description
Part No
No.Description
Part No.
1 “V” Belt A29
DD16205011
13 Circlip
DD20104024
2 Ball Bearing 15mm
BRG60202
14 Ball Bearing 60206
BRG60206
3 Idler Pulley
DD20105006
15 Bearing Spacer
DD20102023
4 Idler Pivot
DD20105007
16 Pulley Insert
DD20102022
5 Motor Pulley
DD20105005B
17 Pulley Spindle
DD20105009
6 Skt Screw Set M8
3040528
18 Pulley Nut
DD20102025
7 Pan Hd. Screw M5
3040656
19 “V” Belt A33
DD20105010
8 Cable Clamp
DD20102014
20 Knob
DD16105008
9 Rubber Bushing
DD20105012
21 Micro switch
DDXN5
3040650
22 Micro sw. Cover
See dealer
11 Foam Washer
DD13105009
23 Lead
DD20102029
12 Pulley Cover w/Labels
DD20105000
10 Rd Hd. Washer Screw
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QUILL ASSEMBLY
No.
Description
Part No.
No.
Description
Part No.
1
Lock Nut M20
2
Lockwasher
DD20103005
8
Chuck Key
DD20103010
DD20103004
9
Chuck JT3
DDJ2220
3
Flat Washer
DD20103003
10
Arbour MT3-JT3
DD20128
4
Ball Bearing 60204
BRG60204
11
Spindle
DD20103001
5
O-Ring
DD20103006
12
Ball Bearing 80206
BRG80206
6
Quill
DD20103002
13
Thrust Washer
DDGB301-87
7
Wedge Drift
DD16103008
14
Chuck Guard
DD20108001
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DRILL SPEED TABLE
The table below gives the belt arrangements for given drill speeds. The diagram shows the
belts fitted to A3 and B1, giving a drill speed of 250RPM.
A full chart is also located on the inside of the pulley cover.
A
B
1
2
1
2
3
4
MOTOR PULLEY
3
4
SPINDLE PULLEY
Spindle
Pulley
Motor
Pulley
Drill
Speed
Spindle
Pulley
Motor
Pulley
Drill
Speed
A
B
RPM
A
B
RPM
1
4
1
120
7
1
2
880
2
4
2
200
8
2
3
1180
3
3
1
250
9
3
4
1250
4
2
1
360
10
1
3
1720
5
3
2
400
11
2
4
1850
6
4
3
450
12
1
4
2700
SPARE PARTS AND SERVICING
Please contact your dealer, or CLARKE International, on the following numbers.
PARTS - 020 8558 6696 : SERVICE - 020 8556 4443
PARTS & SERVICE FAX - 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE:
Service@clarkeinternational.com
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CUTTING SPEEDS
Factors which determine the best speed to use in any drill press operation are:
1.
Kind of material being worked.
2.
Size of hole.
3.
Type of drill.
4.
Quality of cut desired.
Generally, the smaller the drill, the greater the required RPM. In soft material, the
speed should be higher than for hard metals.
As a guide, the drill speed for a given drill bit size, is according to the table below.
Speed Range
(RPM)
2700
1720 1850
1180 1250
880
450
360 400
120 250
in
1/4
3/8
5/8
-
-
-
-
mm
6.4
9.5
16
-
-
-
-
Zinc
in
3/16
1/4
3/8
1/2
5.8
-
-
Diecast
mm
4.8
6.4
9.5
12.5
16
-
-
Alum &
in
1/8
3/16
3/8
1/2
11/16
-
-
Brass
mm
3.2
4.8
9.5
12.5
17.5
-
-
in
1/8
3/16
5/16
7/16
1/2
5/8
-
mm
3.2
4.8
7.9
11
12.5
16
-
Cast Iron
in
3/32
1/8
1/4
11/32
1/2
5/8
-
& Bronze
mm
2.4
3.2
6.4
8.75
12.5
16
-
Mild Steel
in
1/16
3.32
5/32
1/4
3/8
1/2
-
& Malleable
mm
1.6
2.4
4
6.4
9.5
12.5
-
Cast Steel
in
3/64
1/16
1/8
3/16
5/16
7/16
9/16
1.2
1.6
3.2
4.8
7.9
11
14.5
Wood
Plastic
& Med Carbon mm
Stainless
in
1/32
3/64
1/16
1/8
1/4
3/8
1/2
and Tool Steel
mm
0.8
1.2
1.6
3.2
6.4
9.5
12.5
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SPECIFICATIONS
Motor
......................................................................... 230VC, 50Hz, 1 Ph
Power Rating .................................................. 980Watts
Current Rating ................................................ 4.3Amps
Speed .............................................................. 1400RPM
No. of Drill Speeds .......................................... 12
Speed Range ................................................................ 120 - 2,700RPM
Fuse Rating .................................................................... 13Amp
Light Bulb Type .............................................................. E27- Screw - 60Watt
Chuck Size ..................................................................... 20mm
Spindle Taper ................................................................ MT3
Table Type ..................................................................... Square - Wet
Table Dimensions .......................................................... 425x475mm
Table T- Slot Dimensions ............................................... 15x355mm x3
Max. Spindle Travel ...................................................... 120mm
Max. Dist. Chuck to Table ............................................ 706mm
Max. Dist. Chuck to Base ............................................. 1095mm
Column Dia. .................................................................. 92mm
Quill Collar Dia. ............................................................. 74mm
Dist. Column to Chuck Centre .................................... 257mm
Overall Dimensions ....................................................... 1680x575x850mm
Belt Type A .................................................................... 1 x A33 - 838
Belt Type B ..................................................................... 1 xA29 - 737
Weight ........................................................................... 150kg
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Drill Press Vices, from 3" to 6", Cross Vices (Cast Iron),
and Table Clamps
are available from your CLARKE dealer
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