Code: 501198 MJ12-1600 Panel Saw MJ12-1600 has been designed with the trade or keen home user in mind. Constructed in cast iron, welded heavy gauge steel and fitted with a 1,600mm alloy extrusion sliding table, it is robust and stable for everyday use. The good sized, deep section cast iron main table is fitted with a cast iron extension table giving a combined surface of 825 x 800mm, plus a further steel plate extension giving a working surface of 1,265 x 800mm. The sliding table is smooth running, fully adjustable, and gives a travel of 1,300mm through the blade. A cross-cut support table, with a telescopic support arm, can be positioned anywhere on the sliding table and has a telescopic fence 1,200-2,200mm long, enough for full size boards. A powerful 2.2kW 1ph motor drives both the main blade and a scoring blade. The size of the main blade is a choice of 254, 305 or 315mm, without removing the scoring blade. The scoring blade is easy to adjust through the table top and can be retracted below the surface. when not required. Axminster Tool Centre, Unit 10 Weycroft Avenue, Axminster, Devon EX13 5PH www.axminster.co.uk CONTENT SPECIFICATIONS SAFETY Safety Instructions for Power Tools Additional Safety Instructions for Panel Saws Protecting Kickback SITE CONSIDERATIONS GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PANEL SAW UNPACKING Piece Inventory Clean Up ASSEMBLY Moving & Placing Saw Base Unit Install the extension table Install the support leg Install the rip fence rail Install the rear support rail Install the rear extension table Install the main blade elevation & angle handwheel Fitting the rip fence and align the rail Install the swing arm assembly Install the Sliding panel assembly Adjust the sliding panel level Install the cross cut table Install the cross cut fence 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 11 Install the hold down Install the dust port Install the blade guard Install the dust hose support Install dust hoses REPLACEMENT & ADJUSTMENT Replace the main blade Replace and adjusting the scoring blade Replace and adjust the riving knives Replace the main belt Replace the scoring belt Sliding Table Parallel Adjustment OPERATIONS Rip Cutting Crosscutting Miter Cutting MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL Main switch Limit switch Thermo cut-out Wiring Diagram TROUBLESHOOTING PARTS LIST & DIAGRAMS 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 16 18 19 19 19 19 19 20 21 22 SPECIFICATIONS Model Motor power Major table size Extension table (Cast iron) Extension table (Steel plate) Rear extension table Sliding panel size Cross cut table size Cross cut fence Main blade size Main blade speed Scoring blade size Scoring blade speed Max cut depth MJ12-1600 230V/400V ~, 50Hz, 3000 W 385x800 mm MJ12-1800 MJ12-2000 230V/400V ~, 50Hz, 3000 W 385x800 mm 230V/400V ~, 50Hz, 3000 W 385x800 mm 440x800 mm 440x800 mm 440x800 mm 440x800 mm 440x800 mm 440x800 mm 310x500 mm 310x500 mm 310x500 mm 1600 x 270 mm 1800 x 270 mm 2000 x 270 mm 680x580 mm 680x580 mm 680x580 mm 1200-2200 mm 1200-2200 mm 1200-2200 mm 315x30x3 mm 315x30x3 mm 315x30x3 mm 4000 rpm 4000 rpm 4000 rpm 90x20x3 mm 90x20x3 mm 90x20x3 mm 5800 rpm 5800 rpm 5800 rpm 100 mm @ 90 O(315) 100 mm @ 90 O(315) 100 mm @ 90 O(315) 80 mm @ 45 O(315) 80 mm @ 45 O(315) 80 mm @ 45 O(315) Max distance-blade to rip fence 1220 mm 1220 mm 1220 mm Max cross cut width Sliding panel stroke Packing size 1350 mm 1350 mm 1350 mm 1600 mm 1800 mm 2000 mm 940x765x1010 mm 940x765x1010 mm 940×765×1010 mm 1660x250x320 mm Weight(N.W/G.W) Noise level (Unload) 1860x250x320 mm 250/290 kg 255/295 kg 85 dB( A) 85 dB( A) 2060×250×320 mm 260/300 kg 85dB(A) NOTE: The above specifications and the constructions were current at the time this manual was published, but because of our policy of continuous improvement, we reserve the right to change specifications and the constructions without notice and without incurring obligations. 1 ) ) should be in accordance with amperage rating. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating. Your extension cord must also contain a ground wire. Always repair or replace extension cords if they become damaged. SAFETY For Your Own Safety, Read Instruction Manual Before Operating this Equipment 10. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. DO NOT wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets, or other jewelry which may get caught in moving parts. Nonslip footwear is recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair. The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended to convey the level of importance of the safety messages. The progression of symbols is described below. Remember that safety messages by themselves do not eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper accident prevention measures. 11. ALWAYS USE SAFETY GLASSES. Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty. Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety glasses. 12. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical. It is safer than using your hand and frees both hands to operate tool. Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. 13. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury. 14. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. 15. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Consult the instruction manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper accessories may cause risk of injury. 16. REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. On machines with magnetic contact starting switches there is a risk of starting if the machine is bumped or jarred. Always disconnect from power source before adjusting or servicing. Make sure switch is in OFF position before reconnecting. This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper operation of the equipment. Safety Instructions for Power Tools 17. MANY WOODWORKING TOOLS CAN “KICKBACK” THE WORKPIECE toward the operator if not handled properly. Know what conditions can create “kickback” and know how to avoid them. Read the manual accompanying the machine thoroughly. 1. KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order. 2. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning on. 4. DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. DO NOT use power tools in damp or wet locations, or where any flammable or noxious fumes may exist. Keep work area well lighted. 18. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, 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. 5. KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS AWAY. All children and visitors should be kept at a safe distance from work area. 19. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF. DO NOT leave tool until it comes to a complete stop. 6. MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with padlocks, master switches, or by removing starter keys. 20. NEVER OPERATE A MACHINE WHEN TIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. Full mental alertness is required at all times when running a machine. 3. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents. 7. DO NOT FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed. 21. NEVER ALLOW UNSUPERVISED OR UNTRAINED PERSONNEL TO OPERATE THE MACHINE. Make sure any instructions you give in regards to the operation of the machine are approved, correct, safe, and clearly understood. 8. USE RIGHT TOOL. DO NOT force tool or attachment to do a job for which it was not designed. 9. USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. Conductor size 2 Additional Safety Instructions for Panel Saws No list of safety guidelines can be complete. Every shop environment is different. Always consider safety first, as it applies to your individual working conditions. Use this and other machinery with caution and respect. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury, damage to equipment, or poor work results. 1. SAFETY ACCESSORIES. Always use the blade guard and riving knife on all ''through-sawing'' operations. Through-sawing operations are those when the blade cuts completely through the workpiece. 2. KICKBACK. Be familiar with kickback. Kickback happens when the work-piece is thrown towards the operator at a high rate of speed. Until you have a clear understanding of kickback and how it occurs, DO NOT operate this table saw! Statistics prove that most common accidents among table saw users can be linked to kickback. Kickback is typically defined as the high-speed expulsion of stock from the table saw toward its operator. In addition to the danger of the operator or others in the area being struck by the flying stock, it is often the case that the operator's hands are pulled into the blade during the kickback. 3. WORKPIECE CONTROL. Make sure the work-piece is placed in a stable position on the table and is either supported by the rip fence or the crosscut table during cutting operations. 4. PUSH STICK. Always use a push stick when ripping narrow stock. 5. OPERATOR POSITION. Never stand or have any part of your body directly in-line with the cutting path of the saw blade. Preventing Kickback Never attempt freehand cuts. If the work-piece is not fed perfectly parallel with the blade, a kickback will likely occur. Always use the rip fence or crosscut fence to support the work-piece. 6. REACHING OVER SAW BLADE. Never reach behind or over the blade with either hand while the saw is running. If kickback occurs while reaching over the blade, hands or arms could be pulled into the spinning saw blade. Make sure the riving knife is always aligned with the blade. A misaligned riving knife can cause the workpiece to bind or stop the flow of the cut, resulting in an increased chance of kickback. If you think that your riving knife is not aligned with the blade, check it immediately! 7. USING THE RIP FENCE AND THE CROSSCUT FENCE TOGETHER DURING A CUTTING OPERATION. When using the crosscut fence, the work-piece should never be contacting the rip fence while the saw blade is cutting. 8. STALLED BLADE. Turn the saw off before attempting to "free" a stalled saw blade. Ensure that your table slides parallel with the blade; otherwise, the chances of kickback are extreme. Take the time to check and adjust the sliding table. 9. COMFORTABLE CUTTING OPERATIONS. Avoid awkward operations and hand positions where a sudden slip could cause your hand to move into the spinning saw blade. Use the riving knife during every cut. The riving knife helps maintain the kerf in the work-piece after it is cut, therefore, reducing the chance of kickback. Feed cuts through to completion. Anytime you stop feeding a work-piece that is in the middle of a cut, the chance of binding, resulting in kickback, is greatly increased. 10. EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES. If at any time you are experiencing difficulties performing the intended operation, stop using the machine! Contact your agent. 11. BLADE HEIGHT. Always adjust the blade to the proper height above the work-piece. Protecting Yourself from Kickback 12. DAMAGED SAW BLADES. Never use blades that have been dropped or otherwise damaged. Even if you know how to prevent kickback, it may still happen. Here are some tips to reduce the likelihood of injury if kickback DOES occur: 13. RIVING KNIFE ALIGNMENT. Only operate the saw if the riving knife is aligned with the main blade. Stand to the side of the blade during every cut. If a kickback does occur, the thrown Work-piece usually travels directly in front of the blade. Always wear safety glasses or a face shield. In the event of a kickback, your eyes and face are the most vulnerable part of your body. Like all machines there is danger associated with this Sliding Panel Saw. Accidents are frequently caused by lack of familiarity or failure to pay attention. Use this machine with respect and caution to lessen the possibility of operator injury. If normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored, serious personal injury may occur. Never, for any reason, place your hand behind the blade. Should kickback occur, your hand will be pulled into the blade. 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. 3 SITE CONSIDERATIONS General Condition: 1.Electrical connection: Steady state voltage: 0.9-1.1 of nominal voltage. Frequency: 0.99-1.01 of nominal frequency continuously; 0.98-1.02 short time The mains connection must have maximum16A fuse. Electrical supply which has protection devices of under-voltage, over-voltage, over-current as well as a residual current device (RCD) which maximum residual current rated at 0.03A. 2. Altitude are not exceeding 1000m, Maximum ambient air temperature is +40 OC, minimum ambient air temperature is not less than +5 OC, Storage and transportion temperature range is -25 OC～+55 OC. The relative humidity does not exceed 50% at a maximum temperature of +40 OC, higher relative humidity may be permitted at lower temperature (e.g. 90%@ 20 OC). 3600mm Lighting and Outlets Lighting should be bright enough to eliminate shadow and prevent eye strain. Electrical circuits should be dedicated or large enough to handle combined motor amp loads. Outlets should be located near each machine so power or extension cords are not obstructing high-traffic areas. Be sure to observe local electrical codes for proper installation of new lighting, outlets, or circuits. Floor Load This machine represents a moderately large weight load in a small footprint. Most commercial shop floors will be adequate for the weight of the machine. Some floors may require additional support. Contact an architect or structural engineer if you have any question about the ability of your floor to handle the weight. Dust Collector As a rule, this machine must be vacuumed during use. A time relayed socket is available as an accessory. In addition, the vacuum performance must be sufficient to achieve the required negative pressures and a maximum air speed of 20m/sec at the connector. To ensure sufficient upright stability of the machine it should be bolted to floor. For this purpose 4 holes are provided in the machine' s bracket of workstand. Read the manual before assembly and operation. Become familiar with the machine and it's operation before beginning any work. Serious personal injury may result if safety or operational information is not understood or followed. Working Clearances Working clearances can be thought of as the distances between machines and obstacles that allow safe operation of every machine without limitation. Consider existing and anticipated machine needs, size of material to be processed through each machine, and space for auxiliary stands and/or work tables. Also consider the relative position of each machine to one another for efficient material handling. Be sure to allow yourself sufficient room to safely run your machines in any foreseeable operation. Consider existing and anticipated needs, size of material to be processed through each machine, and space for auxiliary stands, work tables or other machinery when establishing a location for your saw. See above figure for the maximum working clearances of the Sliding Panel Saw. 4 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SLIDING PANEL SAW 5 A. Crosscut Table–Provides a wide, stable platform for supporting full-size panels during crosscutting operations. K. Blade Angle Hand-wheel–Adjust the angle of the saw blades. L. Mitre Gauge–This gauge aligns the wood for a cross-cut. B. Flip Stops–Used for quick measurements for crosscutting. M. Rip Fence–Fully adjustable with fine adjustments. Fence face can be positioned for standard cutting operations, or in the lower position for blade guard clearance during narrow ripping operations. C. Crosscut Fence–Used during crosscutting operations. Features a scale and multiple flip-style stopblocks for precise, repeatable crosscutting operations. N. Fence Assembly Lock Down lever–Secures the fence assembly into position along the fence rail. D. Roller–Used for supporting full-size panels during crosscutting operations. P. Fine-Adjust Knob–Precisely adjusts the fence. E. Sliding Panel–Conveniently glides the work-piece through the blade with effortless precision and ease. Q. Rip Fence Rail–Provides the support for rip fence. F. Blade Guard–Fully-adjustable blade guard allows high visibility of the cutting operation while maintaining maximum protection around the saw blade. R. Support Leg–Provides the support for the extension table. S. Main Blade Angle Lock Knob–Secures the angle of main blade. G. Rear extension table T. Hold Down w/Mitre Gauge – Holds the work-piece for sliding or mitre cutting . H. Power Switch–Start/stops the machine and has emergency stop function. J. Blade Elevation Hand-wheel–Adjust the height of the main saw blade. U V 1 2 3 W U. Riving Knife–Maintains kerf during cutting operations. This function is crucial to preventing kickback caused by the kerf closing behind the blade. 1. Scoring Blade Alignment Screw–Adjusts the lateral movement of the scoring blade. 2. Scoring Blade Lock Screw–Locks the scoring blade after adjusted. V. Main Blade–Performs the cutting operations. 3. Scoring Blade Elevation Screw–Adjusts the height of the scoring blade. W. Scoring Blade–Small cutting blade that rotates opposite the main saw blade. The blade scores the workpiece before the actual cutting operation is performed; thus, preventing tear-out in laminate materials. The scoring blade is adjustable forward and backward, up and down, and in thickness of kerf. 6 UNPACKING The Sliding Panel Saw is shipped from the manufacturer in a carefully packed crate. If you discover the machine is damaged after you have signed for delivery, please call Customer Service immediately for advice. When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory its parts. The Sliding Panel Saw is a heavy machine. DO NOT over-exert yourself while unpacking or moving your machine you will need assistance and power equipment. Serious personal injury may occur if safe moving methods are not followed. Clean Up The unpainted surfaces are coated with a light oil to protect them from corrosion during shipment. Remove this protective coating with a solvent cleaner or citrusbased degreaser. To clean thoroughly, some parts may need to be removed. For optimum performance from your machine, make sure you clean all moving parts or sliding contact surfaces that are coated. Avoid chlorinebased solvents as they may damage painted surfaces should they come in contact. Do not use gasoline or other petroleum-based solvents to clean with. They have low flash points which make them extremely flammable. A risk of explosion and burning exists if these products are used. Some metal parts may have sharp edges on them after they are formed. Please examine the edges of all metal parts before handling them. Failure to do so could result in injury. Many of the solvents commonly used to clean machinery can be toxic when inhaled or ingested. Always work in well ventilated areas far from potential ignition sources when dealing with solvents. Use care when disposing of waste rags and towels to be sure they do not create fire or environmental hazards. Piece Inventory After all the parts have been removed from the carton, you should have: Main crate Main saw unit Cast iron extension table Steel plate extension table w/support leg Rear extension table w/support Swing arm assembly (inside main saw unit) Cross cut table Roller, cross cut Blade guard 2-1/2" dust hose Dust port Mitre gauge Hand wheels (2) Hardwares Tools 13-15 mm open head wrench Arbor wrench Arbor pin 3, 4, 5, 6 mm "L" wrench Push stick (Some parts are inside the main saw unit) Edge shoe Rail crate Rip fence Rip fence rail Rear support rail Sliding table Sliding table carrier Support leg, sliding carrier Cross cut fence Hold down w/fence Flip stop 7 ASSEMBLY 1 . Attach the Cast iron extension table to major table with 4-M8x20 hex head screws / washers . Moving & Placing Saw Base Unit The Sliding Panel Saw is a heavy machine. Serious personal injury may occur if safe moving methods are not followed. To be safe, you will need assistance and power equipment when moving the shipping crate and removing the machine from the crate. Use lifting straps with a minimum of 500 kgs lifting capacity. If the lifting strap breaks, serious personal injury may occur. Fig 2 1. Remove the top of crate and position the forklift forks together and directly above the saw. 2 . Center the extension table over the edges and tap it. Check the surface alignment. 2. Place four lift rings onto Saw Base Unit and place two lifting straps over the forks and attach the lifting rings . 3. Insert a wood block for protecting the main switch. Major Table Fig 3 Wood Block Extension Table 4. Lift the saw base unit and move it to your predetermined location. 5. Before lowering the saw into position, place four rubber blocks under the frame. View From Front 6. Lower the saw on the floor. Extension Table Major Table Tap Here View From Top Major Table Tap Here Extension Table 3 . Tighten 4-screws with 13 mm open head wrench. Attach the steel plate extension table to cast iron extension table , Aligned and tighten them as “install the cast iron extension table”. Fig 1 Install the extension table Fig 4 Take out the cast iron extension table, steel plate extension table and rear extension table from the Saw Base Unite crate. The cast iron extension table is heavy part that weighs over 35 kgs. To be safer, you will need assistance. 8 Install the support leg Fig 7 1. Attach the support leg to steel plate extension table with 2-M8x20 Hex head screws, washers and nuts. And tighten them. 2 . Adjust the support leg ensure the steel plate extension table at the same lever with the cast iron extension table. Install the rip fence rail 1. Place 5-M8x25 square head screws, washers and hex nuts onto major table and extension tables (washers and nuts inside table). The nuts only need to be turn a few turn so there is an adequate gap to fit the rip fence rail. Install the rear extension table 1. Attach the rear extension table to the rear portion of major table with 2-M8x16 hex head screws washers, hex nuts. 2. Remove the left end cap of rip fence rail. Slide the slot on the rip fence rail over 5-bolts. Adjust each bolt to fit the rail closely to table. 3. Push the rail against the tables and hand tight each hex nut. The rail needs further adjustment. 2. Place the bracket onto rear panel of saw base unit with a M8x16 hex head screw, another end of bracket mounted to rear extension table with a M8x16 hex head screw. 4. Put the left end cap onto rail, and tighten it with taping screws. 3. Align the rear extension 0.5mm lower than the major table. Rip Fence Rail Fig 5 Fig 8 Support Leg Install the main blade elevation & angle handwheel 1. Fitting the elevation handwheel(1) and angle handwheel (2) onto the elevation and angle shaft. Rip Fence Rail Square Head Screw 2. Tighten the set screws with 3mm 'L' wrench. Fig 9 Fig 6 1 Install the rear support rail Attach the rear support rail onto the cast iron and steel plate extension tables, with 4-M8x25 square head screws, washers and nuts, tighten them. 9 2 Fitting the rip fence and align the rail 1.Move the blade tilt to 0˚ (blade 90˚ to table), and raise the main blade as the way up. 2 . Place the cross-cut table support (A) onto the swing arm assembly, and hand tighten the lock nuts. The support needs further adjustment. 2.Fit the profile of the rip fence carrier into the opposite profile on the rip fence rail. Install the Sliding panel assembly 3.Slide the rip fence touch the main blade. 1 . Place 2 sets of star-type screws (include 8mm washer, insert, screw guide) into the lower slot of sliding panel carrier ( see above 14). 4. Tap the right end of rip fence rail to ensure the '0' scale on rail aligned with the red line on lens of rip fence carrier. Fig 12 Fig 10 2. Put the sliding panel assembly onto the sliding panel supports, and lay two star-type screws as fig 15 show. Fig 13 C A Install the swing arm assembly 1 . Place 4 M8x30 hex head screws to mount the swing arm assembly to the saw base unit, and keep the arm on horizontal level. B 3. Tighten two star-type screws. Fig 11 A Fig 14 4. Install the support leg to the sliding carrier. 10 Adjust the sliding panel level: Install the cross cut fence 1 . Place a level rule (cross cut fence) on to major table and sliding panel . 1. Drop the cross cut fence into the forward or rear guide pin hole. 2. Loosen 4-M8x25 hex screws(A) , adjust the M8x40 hex screw(B) to adjust the sliding panel level(fig 13). 2. Tighten the knurled nut. 3. Then re-tighten 4-M8x25 hex screws (A). 3. Turn the “Z” lock plate to quick aligning the fence to table. 4. To fine adjust, using 3 mm “L” wrench to adjust 4M8x12 set screws(C). 4 .Turn the star type screw and clamped the fence in position. Install the push handle and lock pin 5. Slide the flip stop(D) into the fence. 1 . Sliding the M12x1.75 T-nut into the sliding panel and thread in push handle(D) with a 17 mm open end wrench. 6.Place a T-nut into the top slot of fence, thread the stud of hold-down on fence. 7.If need, put the hold down arm onto the stud (E). 2. Insert the star-type lock pin (E) into sliding panel, and lock the M10 hex nut on the opposite side. E D Fig 1 D D Fig 15 E Install the cross cut table 1. Slide two M8x70 carriage bolts with T- l blocks into the side slot of sliding panel . Attached the crosscut table to sliding panel . 2. Use 2 wing nuts mounted the cross cut table to sliding panel. 3 . Use 2 M6x30 Hex head scews mounted the cross cut table to support(B). Install the hold down /Mitre Gauge 4 . Adjust 4-M12 thin hex nut (C) to adjust the cross cut table on the line with sliding panel. 1. Slide the hold down/Mitre Gauge onto the sliding table and push it as far as possible. And lock the hold down/mitre gauge on table with the star-type lock handle (A) locked. 5. Then tighten 4-M12 thin nut (C). 2. A ligned the Mitre Gauge fence on it. Fig 16 Fig 18 B C 11 Install the dust port Install dust hoses Place the dust port onto the bottom of rear panel, tighten it with 4 M6x12 pan head screws washers and nuts (nuts inside stand). Fig 19 1. Install the 2” dust hose onto the blade guard with 2” hose clamp. 2. Put the 2” dust hose onto dust hose support, keep free with the working table. 3. Another end of 2” dust hose clamps to the main dust port on the bottom of rear panel. 4. Install 4” dust hose to main dust port with 4” hose clamp Fig 22 Install the blade guard The riving knife cuts 3 slot for different blade size. For PS10 the blade guard mounts to the 254 slot. For PS12, if using the 254 mm blade place the blade guard onto 254 slot; if using the 305 or 315 mm place the blade onto 315 slot. Fig 23 Fig 20 Install the dust hose support Fig 24 To install the dust hose support onto the rear portion of steel plate extension table with 2 M6x20 hex head screws washers and nuts( nuts under the table). Fig 21 12 REPLACEMENT & ADJUSTMENT Fig 25 Replace the main blade Disconnect the saw from the power source! The main blade dimension suitable for MJ12 machine is 254x30x3( outer diameter, core diameter, thickness), 305x30x3, 315x30x3mm. Replace and adjusting the scoring blade But any time you change blade thickness, the appropriate sized riving knife and scoring blade must also be changed to match the size of main blade you install. To change main blade: 1. Move the blade tilt to 0˚ (Blade 90˚ to table) on the control panel and raise the blade as far as it will go. Disconnect the saw from the power source! Suitable for machine is 90x20x3( outer diameter, core diameter, thickness) mm Tapered Scoring Blade. To replace scoring blade: 1. Move the blade tilt to 0˚ (Blade 90˚ to table) on the control panel and raise the blade as far as it will go. 2. Move the sliding panel all the way to the right and remove two M6x12 pan head screws to expose the internal blade guard that covers the blades and riving knife. 2. Move the sliding panel all the way to the left and remove two M6x12 pan head screws to expose the internal blade guard that covers the blades and riving knife. 3. Remove the blade guard from the riving knife to expose the mounting assembly. 4. Remove the table insert. 3. Remove the blade guard from the riving knife to expose the mounting assembly. 5. Insert the arbor pin into the hole on blade inner flange and locks the blade. 4. Remove the table insert. 5. Insert the arbor pin into the hole on blade inner flange and locks the blade. 6. Using the arbor wrench, remove the arbor nut that secures the main blade (turn clockwise to loosen). 6. Using the arbor wrench, remove the arbor nut that secures the main blade (turn anti-clockwise to loosen). 7. Remove the arbor flange and the old main blade. 8. Install the new main blade, replace the arbor flange and nut, and tighten the arbor nut to secure the main blade. If you changed blade diameter sizes during this procedure, now is the time to adjust the riving knife. (Just for MJ12 ) 7. Remove the arbor flange and the old scoring blade. 8. Install the new scoring blade, replace the arbor flange and nut, and tighten the arbor nut to secure the scoring blade. Fig 26 If the kerf thickness is different from your old blade, the scoring blade kerf and riving knife thickness must match the new main blade kerf. 9. Make sure the correct size riving knife is installed and aligned with the blade. 10. Move the internal blade guard back into its original position, next to the blades, and center the sliding panel. 11. Align the scoring blade to the main blade . 13 To align s coring blade: Fig 28 Loosen the cl a mpi n g screw (A). Late ra l adjustment i s made vi a adjusting scr e w (B). the h eight setting is m a de via setti n g s c rew (C ) . r e tighten the cla m pin g screw (A ) . A d just the s co r i n g blade l aterally so it i s i n line with the main sa w -bla d e. 3- 8mm Fig 27 B C A R epl a ce th e ma i n belt D is c onnect the saw fr om the pow er source! 1. Move t he bl a de t i lt to 0˚ (Blad e 90˚ t o table) on the control p anel and raise the blad e as far a s i t w i ll go. R e place and adjust t he riving knives 2 . Move t he slidin g pan e l a l l th e way t o the left and remove two M6 x 12 pan head scr e ws to expo s e t h e i n ternal blade guard that covers th e bl a des and riving k nife . Disconnect the saw from the power s our c e ! 3 . Remove the blade guard fro m the rivi n g k n ife t o expos e the mo u nting assembly. 1 . Mo v e t h e blade t ilt to 0˚ (Blade 90˚ t o tab l e) on the control panel and rais e the blade as far as it will g o . 4 . Remove the main b l ade. 2. Mo v e t h e s l iding panel all the way t o the right and remove tw o M6x12 pan head scre w s to expose th e internal blade gua r d that cov e rs the blades and riving knife. 5 . Remove 3 M8x18 A l len screw and remove the chip house. Note To r emov e lower 2 -M8x 1 8 A l len s crews, the main blade angle s y stem tilt to 30˚, to remove the upper 1-M8x18 Al le n screw , t h e main blade angle s y stem tilt to 0˚ . 3. Remove th e bl a de g u ard from the riving knife t o e x pose the mounting assemb l y. 4. Remove th e center bolt in the moun t ing assembly to remo v e the mounting pla t e. 6 . Remove the 4 Allen scre w s on t h e to p and bo t t o m of left p anel, and remo v e the lef t panel. 5. Remove th e cu rr ently installed riving knife and install the correc t rivin g knife. 7 . Loo s en motor a mount 4-M8x40 hex hea d s c rews(A) and loosen t h e te n sion bol t (B). 6. Replace th e m o unting plat e and threa d in the center b o lt with o ut completely tighte n ing it. 8 . R e move the V-be l t. 9 . R e place n e w V- b elt, t ighten mot o r bolt s an d the te n sion bol t , close t he le f t panel, a n d re-m o unt blade i nner guard, b lade, blade gu a rd. Th e riving knife i s c arved with d i fferent b lade size, just p u t the carv e d l i ne u nder table. Th e ce n ter car r i a ge bolt i s mounted in a h o rizon t al slot, so the rivi n g knife can mov e far o r nea r the m a in b lade. 7. Posi t ion t h e riv i ng k nife abou t 3mm to 8mm away from the nearest c a rbide tooth on the main b l ade. N ote Fo r a quick ga u ge, u se t he 3 m m h ex wren c h to find the c orrect spacing between the blade and the rivi n g knife. 8. Tig h ten t he center b o lt to secure the riv i ng knife in p o sitio n . 9. Mo v e the int e rnal blade guard (fr o m step 4) bac k to its orig i nal posit i on, and m ove the slid i ng p anel back to center. Fig 29 14 2. Raise the main blade up as far as it will go. Fig 30 3. Mark the center of the blade with a felt tip pen. This will allow you to take your measurements from the exact same place on the blade. 4. Move the sliding panel all the way to one end, and using a precision ruler, measure the gap between the edge of the panel and your mark on the blade as shown in Fig 32. A Fig 32 B Blade Sliding Table Mitre Slot Replace the scoring belt B A Disconnect the saw from the power source! 1. Move the blade tilt to 0˚ (Blade 90˚ to table) on the control panel and lower the blade as far as it will go. 2. Remove the 4 Allen screws on the top and bottom of right panel, and remove the left panel. 5. Move the other end of the sliding panel in front of the blade and measure the gap. 3. Push the tension pulley as far as it will go as arrow show. If the gap is the same on both sides, then the sliding panel is already parallel with the main blade. 4. Remove the old belt and replace new belt. If the gap on one side is different than the other, then continue with step6. 5. Re-mount the right panel. Fig 31 6. Move the end of the sliding panel that needs to be adjusted in front of the blade. 7. Loosen the two hex head screws (C) and light tap the sliding carrier support to adjust the gap. C Sliding Panel Parallel Adjustment Disconnect the saw from the power source! Now is the point in the assembly process to make the sliding panel parallel with the main saw blade and secure the sliding panel to the saw base. Besides the tools included with the saw, this procedure requires you to have a precision ruler, a felt tip pen, and the assistance of another person. To adjust the sliding panel parallel with the main blade: 1. Set the blade to 0˚ on the control panel (90˚ with the cast iron table). Fig 33 8. Repeat steps 7 until the gap between your mark on the blade and the edge of the sliding panel is even at both ends. 9. Tighten the four hex head screws (C) and secure supports in place 10. Now tighten the two star-type screws that secure the sliding panel to the base. 15 3. Install the crosscut fence in the guide pin holes and lock it in place with the knurled nut. OPERATIONS Note First, drop the crosscut fence into the forward guide pin hole, turn the "Z"lock plate to align the fence, then tighten the knurled nut. Fig 34 Your safety is important. To preventing work-piece kickback, slide the edge shoe into sliding panel when needed. The edge shoe can slide into the front or rear portion of sliding panel. Rip Cutting Fig 37 The sliding panel saw has the capability of rip cutting full size panels. The sliding panel removes the burden of sliding a large and heavy panel over a stationary table surface. 4. Set either flip stop to the desired width-of-cut. 5. Load the workpiece onto the table saw. 6. Mount the hold down arm onto the stud and lock the work-piece in place. Fig 35 7. Once all the necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform the cutting operation. Rip cutting using the traditional table saw technique: 1. Slide the crosscut table out of the way. 2. Lock the sliding panel into a stationary position. 3. Position the rip fence to the desired width-of-cut. This saw also has the capability of rip cutting smaller boards, using the machine as a traditional table saw. Smaller, lighter boards are easier to slide across the stationary cast iron table surface to the right of the saw blade. 4. Once all the necessary safety precautions have been taken, load the workpiece onto the table saw and perform the cutting operation. Crosscutting With the crosscut fence mounted in the forward position, the sliding panel saw has the capability of crosscutting full size panels. Fig 38 Fig Fig 36 36 Determine which cutting operation will be best suited for the workpiece to be ripped. To use the sliding table, read the instructions titled “Rip cutting with the sliding panel.” With the crosscut fence mounted in the rear position, this machine also has the capability of crosscutting smaller panels. Fig 39 To use the machine as a traditional table saw, skip ahead to “Rip cutting using the traditional table saw technique.” Rip cutting with the sliding panel: 1. Mount the crosscut table to the sliding panel. 2. Slide and secure the crosscut table to the end of the sliding table opposite the sliding table handle. 16 Miter Cutting Note If the workpiece extends to the left of the saw blade more than 1200mm, then the crosscut fence slide needs to be extended. The cross cut table built two scales for forward and rear mount fence to perform mitre cut. 4. Load the workpiece onto the table saw. 5. Mount the hold down arm onto the stud and lock the work-piece in place. 6. Once all the necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform the cutting operation. To perform a miter cut using the hold down w/mitre gauge: Fig 41 Also the sliding panel built a scale for hold down to perform mitre cut. Fig 44 1. Mount the hold down onto sliding panel and fit a cut fence. 2. Position the hold down w/mitre gauge at the desired angle and use the ratchet lever to lock the mitre gauge in position. 3. Load the workpiece onto the sliding panel. Secure the workpiece with clamp. 4. Once all the necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform the cutting operation. Fig 46 Lastly, this machine has the capacity of mitre cutting work-piece using the mitre gauge. To perform a miter cut using the cross cut fence: 1. Mount the cross cut fence onto the cross cut table. 2. Position the cross cut fence at the desired angle and use the ratchet lever to lock the cross cut fence in position. Fig 45 3.Position the flip stop according to the length of the workpiece you want to cut off to the left of the blade. 18 MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL Main switch Always disconnect power to the machine before performing maintenance. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. This machine is equipped with a knee touch no-volt release main switch and a limit switch. Cleaning The main switch is equipped a large size touch panel, during performance cutting work, any part of man body touched the switch panel, it can bring the saw stop. Cleaning the sliding panel saw is relatively easy. Vacuum excess wood chips and sawdust, and wipe off the remaining dust with a dry cloth. If any resin has built up, use a resin dissolving cleaner to remove it. Treat all cast iron and unpainted steel with a non-staining lubricant after cleaning. Once a week: Clean sliding panel surface and grooves. Clean the cast iron or steel plate saw table. Clean the roller guide ways for the sliding table. Clean the aluminum rip fence and sliding grooves. Clean the rip fence bracket. Once a month: Vacuum inside the motor cabinet. Miscellaneous Always be aware of the condition of your machine. Routinely check the condition of the following items and repair or replace as necessary: Loose mounting bolts. Worn switch. Worn or damaged blade. Worn or damaged blade guard. Fig 47 Limit switch The limit switch is mounted under the inner guard, if your make scoring blade or main blade replacement, remove the inner guards, the limit switch keep “off” position. Reduce the risk of unintentional starting. V-Belts To ensure optimum power transmission from the motor to the blade and to the hydraulic pump, the V-belts must be in good condition (free from cracks, fraying and wear) and operate under proper tension. Check the Vbelts at least every 3 months; more often if the saw is used daily. Fig 48 Replace the belts, if needed. Thermo cut-out Bearings The bearings are sealed and pre-lubricated and require no lubrication during their usable life. However, your saw components will operate at their best if the bearing surfaces are kept cleanthis is especially important for the trunnion bearings. There is thermo cut-out inside the motor, this device protect the motor from being damaged in high temperature's condition. When the motor's temperature is too high the fuse will shut off automatically, you should check the reasons to cause the high temperature or be carried out by qualified specialists at once. The thermo cut-out will return to normal automatically once the temperature low down. 19 LIMIT SWITCH ELECTRO-MAGENETIC SWITCH LIMIT SWITCH ELECTRO-MAGENETIC SWITCH TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Possible Cause Possible Solution 1. Check power line for proper voltage. 2. Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open connections. Motor will not start. 1. Low voltage. 2. Open circuit in motor or loose connections. Motor will not start; fuses or circuit breakers blow. 1. Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted wires. 2. Inspect all connections on motor for loose or 2. Short circuit in motor or loose connections. shorted terminals or worn insulation. 3. Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in power line. 3. Install correct fuses or circuit breakers. Motor overheats. 1. Motor overloaded. 2. Air circulation through the motor restricted. 1. Short circuit in line cord or plug. 1. Reduce load on motor. 2. Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation. 1. Inspect connections on motor for loose or Motor stalls (resulting in blown 1. Short circuit in motor or loose connections. shorted terminals or worn insulation. fuses or tripped circuit). 2 Correct the low voltage conditions. 2. Low voltage. 3. Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in power line. 3. Install correct fuses or circuit breakers. 4. Reduce load on motor. 4. Motor overloaded. Machine slows when operating. 1. Feed workpiece slower. 1. Applying too much pressure to workpiece. 2. Tighten belts. 2. Belts loose Loud, repetitious noise coming 1. Pulley setscrews or keys are missing or loose. 1. Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or tighten from machine. if necessary. 2. Tighten fan or shim cover. 2. Motor fan is hitting the cover. 3. Replace V-belts. 3. V-belts are defective Blade is not square w/miter slot or fence is not square to blade 1. Blade is warped. 2. Table top is not parallel to blade. 3. Fence is not parallel to blade Fence hits table top when sliding on to the table. Blade does not reach 90°. Blade hits insert at 45°. 1. Replace blade. 2. Make table parallel to blade. 3. Make fence parallel to blade. 1. Front rail is bolted too low on table. 2. Rear rail is bolted too low on the table. 1. Raise front rail. 2. Raise rear rail. 1. 90° stop bolt is out of adjustment. 1. Adjust 90° stop bolt. 1. Hole in insert is inadequate. 2. Table out of alignment. 3. Blade position is incorrect. 1. File or mill the hole in the insert. 2. Align table. 3. Adjust blade position. Blade will not go beneath table 1. Table top too low. 1. Raise table top w/washers. surface. 1. Remove hand wheel and adjust key. 1. Hand wheel key is inserted too far. 2. Roll pin or setscrew in worm gear is contacting 2. Inspect roll pins and setscrews in the worm Hand wheels won't turn. gear. Tighten if necessary. geared trunnion. Workpiece has chip out on the bottom edge. Sliding table saw does not cut square. 1. Scoring blade height is incorrect. 2. Scoring blade is not aligned with the main blade. 3. Scoring blade kerf does not match the main blade. 1. Sliding table is not parallel to blade. 2. Rip fence is not parallel to blade. 3. Cross cut fence is not perpendicular to the blade. 1. Adjust the height of scoring blade. 2. Align the scoring blade. 3. Change the scoring blade. 1. Adjust the sliding table. 2. Adjust the fence. 3. Adjust the cross cut fence perpendicular to the blade. Disconnect power to the machine when performing any troubleshooting. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. 21 PARTS LIST & DIAGRAMS Parts List Diagram A No Description A-1 Hex screw M8x20 No A-22 Description Cover, switch box A-2 Washer 8mm A-23 Plastic plate A-3 Hex nut M8 A-24 Strain relief A-4 Front panel, saw base A-25 Switch box A-5 Pan head screw M6x12 A-26 External washer 4mm A-6 Washer 6mm A-27 Ground plate A-7 Dust port A-28 Washer 4mm A-8 Riveted nut A-29 Pan head screw M4x12 A-9 Right panel, saw base A-30 Hold screw, push stick A-10 Hex nut M6 A-31 Push stick A-11 Rear panel, saw base A-32 Internal guard A-12 Left panel, saw base A-33 Mount plate A-13 Rubber feet A-34 Pan head screw M5x16 A-14 Pan head screw M5x20 A-35 Rubber seal A-15 Washer 5mm A-36 Angle bracket A-16 Wire clamp A-37 Pan head screw M4x10 A-17 Hex nut M5 A-38 Angle bracket A-18 Knee touch plate A-39 Pan head screw M4x50 A-19 Taping screw ST4.2x20 A-40 Limit switch A-20 Saw base frame A-41 Hex nut M4 A-21 Main switch A-42 Allen screw M6x12 Parts List Diagram B No B-1 Description Star-type, lock handle No B-22 Description Carriage bolt M6x40 B-2 Flat washer 8mm B-23 Stud, hold down B-3 Hex screw M8x25 B-24 Star-type knob, hold down B-4 Hex screw M8x40 B-25 Arm, hold down B-5 screw B-26 Allen screw M5x16 B-6 T-base, adjust B-27 Scale, sliding table B-7 Bracket, sliding carrier B-28 Disc, hold down B-8 Stop screw B-29 Circle ring 8mm B-9 T-base, adjust B-30 Pin, hold down B-10 T-nut, sliding carrier B-31 spring, hold down B-11 Hex nut M8 B-32 Stud, hold down B-12 Bracket, sliding carrier B-33 Circle ring 12mm B-13 Allen screw M8x32 B-34 Eccentric, hold down B-14 Sunk head screw M8X25 B-35 Handle, hold down B-15 Wing nut B-36 Handle knob, hold down B-16 Washer 6mm B-37 End cap, fence B-17 Mitre gauge, hold down B-38 Fence, mitre gauge B-18 Ratchet lever B-39 Hex head screw M8x16 B-19 Flat washer 10mm B-40 Upper support B-20 Star-type lock handle B-41 Allen screw M8x25 B-21 T-block B-42 Disc, insert 22 Parts List Diagram B No cont... Description No Description B-43 Lower support B-71 Hex nut M10 B-44 Adjustable disc B-72 Lock guide B-51 Scew guide B-73 T-nut, push handle B-52 Taping screw ST4.2x12 B-74 Set screw M8x12 B-53 End cap, sliding panel B-75 Insert, ball frame B-54 Allen screw M5x8 B-76 Roll pin 2x8 B-55 Sliding panel set B-77 Ball 1/2" B-56 End cap, sliding panel B-78 Ball frame B-57 Stop plate B-79 Ball frame B-58 Stop plate B-80 End cap, sliding rail B-59 Sunk head screw M6x18 B-81 Sliding table rail B-60 "Z" lock plate B-82 End cap, sliding rail B-61 Sunk head screw M6x20 B-83 Allen screw M6x10 B-62 Eccentric cam B-84 Sunk head screw M8x20 B-63 Push handle B-85 Lock nut M8 B-64 Bush, push handle B-86 Lock nut M6 B-65 End cap, knob B-87 Thread stud B-66 Star-type knob, lock pin B-88 Hex nut M8 B-67 Roll pin 3x18 B-89 T-block B-68 Bush, lock pin B-90 Edge shoe B-69 Spring, lock pin B-91 Startype screw M8x20 B-70 Lock pin B-92 Washer 8mm Parts List Diagram C No Description No Description C-1 Arbor nut (left) C-25 Stop screw C-2 Outer flange C-26 Allen screw M10x30 C-3 Saw blade C-27 Lock nut M8 C-4 V-belt 680mm C-28 Riving knife bracket C-5 Pulley, blade C-29 Connection rod C-6 Flat key 5x5x20 C-30 Sunk head screw M8x20 C-7 Arbor shaft C-31 Bush, connection rod C-8 Bearing 6201-2RS C-32 Sunk head screw M8x30 C-9 Arbor shaft sleeve C-33 Hex screw M6x65 C-10 Arbor shaft bush C-34 Knurled nut for motor base C-11 Circle ring 40mm C-35 Motor base C-12 Mount block, riving knife C-36 Taping screw ST4.2x26 C-13 Collar stop C-37 Set screw M6x10 C-14 Set screw M8x12 C-38 Handwheel, main blade C-15 Spacer, elevation gear C-39 Handle C-16 Hex screw M8x20 C-40 Pan head screw M6x16 C-17 Washer 8mm C-42 Washer 6 ]mm C-18 Block plate C-43 Housing, knob C-19 Riving knife C-44 Angle connection knob C-20 Knurled nut C-45 Roll pin 4x28 C-21 Carriage bolt M10x60 C-46 Angle adjust thread C-22 Set screw M8x20 C-47 Elevation nail A C-23 Set screw M8x20 C-48 Elevation connection rod C-24 Hex nut M8 C-49 Elevation nail B 23 Parts List Diagram C No cont... Description No Description C-50 Spacer, elevation gear C-79 Angle bracket C-51 Hex nut M6 C-80 Angle pointer C-52 Adjusting frame C-81 Washer 4mm C-53 Circle ring 24mm C-82 Spring washer 4mm C-54 Knuckle C-83 Pan head screw M4x10 C-55 Thin hex nut M12 C-84 Bracket, worm gear C-56 Elevation gear C-85 Chip house C-57 Lock block C-86 Allen screw M8x18 C-58 Motor C-87 Hose clamp 100mm C-59 Hex screw M8x40 C-88 Hex screw M6x25 C-60 Flat key 8x7x50 C-89 Dust hose Dia.100 x 800mm C-61 Set screw M6x8 C-92 Arbor pin C-62 Set screw M6x6 C-94 Roll pin 4x20 C-63 Pulley, motor C-95 Spacer, lock lever C-64 Hex screw M8x25 C-96 Allen screw M6x25 C-65 Lock washer 8mm C-97 Swing plate, lock lever C-66 Angle lock block C-98 Bush, lock lever C-67 Angle cradle C-99 Lock lever, elevation C-69 Hex nut M12 C-100 Handle, lock lever C-70 Lock washer12mm C-101 Spring, lock lever C-71 Worm gear C-102 Taping screw ST4.2x10 C-72 Lock bolt, guard C-103 Blade guard, half C-73 Hex screw M8x20 C-104 Blade guard, half C-74 Thread, worm gear C-105 Segment, blade guard C-76 Flat washer 8mm C-106 Segment, blade guard C-77 Star-type screw M8x20 C-107 Lock washer 8mm C-78 Pan head screw M5x12 No Description Parts List Diagram D No Description D-1 Taping screw ST4.2x12 D-20 T-nut M5 D-2 Rear plate, fence D-21 Washer 5mm D-3 Bottom plate, fence D-22 Pan head screw M5x10 D-4 Sunk head screw M5x8 D-23 Set screw M6x6 D-5 Fence D-24 Fine adjusting handle D-6 Wing nut D-25 Coil spring, fine adjust D-7 Screw guide D-26 Eccentric arbor D-8 Sunk head screw M6x12 D-27 Frame, fine adjust gear D-9 Carriage screw M6x70 D-28 Gear rod, fine adjust D-10 Fence plate D-29 Core gear D-11 Pan head screw M4x10 D-30 Washer 4mm D-12 Circle ring D-31 Rubber sticker D-13 Len D-32 End cap, fence carrier D-14 Allen screw M6x16 D-33 Lock shaft, fine adjust D-15 End cap, fence carrier D-34 Screw guide D-16 Fence carrier D-35 Fence "L" shape D-17 Lock handle, fence D-36 Lock plate D-18 Hex nut M8 D-37 End cap, lock handle D-19 Eccentric shaft D-38 Front plate, fence 24 Parts List Diagram E No Description No E-42 Description Hex screw M8x30 E-1 Scale, cross cut table E-2 Washer 6mm E-43 Hex screw M10x25 E-3 Scale, cross cut table E-44 Sunk head screw M6x12 E-4 Allen screw M6x12 E-45 T-nut, extension fence E-5 Eccentric cam E-46 Lock plate E-6 Washer 8mm E-47 T-block E-7 Sunk head screw M6x10 E-48 Scale End, extension fence E-8 "Z" lock plate E-49 E-9 "Z" lock plate E-50 Carriage bolt M6x38 E-10 Hex screw M8x20 E-51 Screw guide E-11 Lock nut M6 E-52 Flip stop base E-12 Hex nut M6 E-53 Knurled knob E-13 End cap, cross cut table E-54 Spring, flip stop E-14 Cross cut table E-55 Set screw E-15 Roller E-56 Spacer , ratchet lever E-16 Hex screw M8x12 E-57 Ratchet lever, Flip stop E-17 Bracket, roller E-58 Allen screw M8x20 E-18 Bracket, roller E-59 Stud, flip stop E-20 Support rod, cross cut table E-60 Flip stop E-22 Thin hex nut M10 E-61 Scale, extension fence E-24 Swing arm, extension E-62 Extension fence E-25 Pan head screw M5x1 2 E-63 Scale, cross cut fence E-26 Insert, swing arm E-64 Taping screw ST4.2 x12 E-27 Woolen sheet E-65 End cap, cross cut fence E-28 Block E-66 Lock stud, cross cut fence E-29 Roll E-67 T-block E-30 Bearing 6101 E-69 Flat washer M8 E-31 Spacer, roll E-70 Spacer, lock handle E-32 Pan head screw M5x6 E-33 Eccentric shaft E-34 Swing arm E-35 Hex screw M6x35 E-36 Stop collar E-37 Bearing 6202 E-38 Shaft, swing arm E-39 Hex screw M8x50 E-40 Thin nut M16 E-41 Support, swing arm E-71 Star-type lock handle E-72 Wing nut M8 E-73 Stud, cross cut table E-74 T-block E-75 Knurled knob, fence E-76 End cap, swing arm E-77 T-block, hold down E-78 Washer 12 mm E-79 Stud, hold down Parts List Diagram F No Description No Description F-1 Hex nut M8 F-7 Hex screw M6x12 F-2 Outer flange, scoring blade F-8 Washer 6mm F-3 Scoring blade F-9 Pulley, scoring blade F-4 Arbor, scoring blade F-10 Circle ring 40mm F-5 Bearing 6100-RS F-11 Set screw M6x6 F-6 Flat belt F-12 Adjusting shaft 25 Parts List Diagram F No F-13 cont... Description Housing, arbor No Description F-26 Lock nut M10 F-14 Spacer, scoring blade F-27 Washer 10mm F-15 Set screw M8x18 F-28 Tension spring F-16 Eccentric shaft F-29 Spacer, tension spring F-17 Spring F-30 Tension pulley bracket F-18 Base, arbor F-31 Tension pulley F-19 Allen screw M6x12 F-33 Spacer, tension pulley F-20 Stop screw F-34 Allen screw M10x60 F-21 Hex nut M6 F-35 Pulley drive F-23 Elevation, scoring blade F-36 End cap, pulley drive F-24 Hex nut M10 F-37 Hex screw m6x8 F-25 Allen screw M6x18 F-38 Coil spring Parts List Diagram G No G-1 Description Rear extension table No Description G-20 Dust hose support G-2 Washer 8mm G-21 Washer 6mm G-3 Hex nut M8 G-22 Hex screw M6x20 G-4 Set screw M6x12 G-23 Hex nut M6 G-5 Hex screw M8x16 G-26 Adjustable disc G-6 Flat washer 10mm G-27 Lower, support G-7 Rea table support G-28 Disc insert G-8 Set screw M10x70 G-29 Allen screw M8x25 G-9 Hex nut M10 G-30 Upper, support G-10 Major table G-31 Taping screw ST4.2x12 G-11 Table insert G-32 Washer 4mm G-12 Sunk head screw M5x10 G-33 Right end cap, front rail G-13 Hex screw M8x20 G-34 T-Nut M5 G-14 Front rail G-35 Rack, fence G-15 Square head screw M8x25 G-37 Lock washer 5mm G-16 Extension table G-38 Pan head screw M5x8 G-17 Steel extension table G-39 Left end cap, front rail G-18 Hose clamp 30mm G-40 Scale, rail G-19 Dust hose 30mm dia.x3240mm G-41 Rear rail Parts List Diagram H No Description No Description H-1 Mitre gauge knob H-11 Mitre gauge rod H-2 Washer 6mm H-12 Washer 6mm H-3 Mitre gauge base H-13 Knurled nut H-4 H-5 indicator screw H-6 End cap, Gauge fence H-7 Gauge fence H-8 Sunk head screw M5x8 H-9 Roller, guage H-10 Carriage bolt M6x32 26 DIAGRAM A 27 28 29 DIAGRAM D 30 31 DIAGRAM F 32 33 DIAGRAM H 34 DIAGRAM J Parts List Diagram J No J-1 Description Washer 16mm ( optional) No Description J-9 Washer 12mm J-2 Castor J-10 Bushing bracket J-3 Roll pin 4x30 J-11 Support, pull rod J-4 Bracket castor J-12 Hex screw M10x55 J-5 Allen screw M12x50 J-13 Pull rod J-6 Bracket castor J-14 Bolt, bracket J-7 Washer 10mm J-15 Shaft, castor J-8 Hex screw M12x80 J-16 Lift ring 35 Please dispose of packaging for the product in a responsible manner. 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