12” PANEL SAW OWNERS MANUAL MODEL: W670

12” PANEL SAW OWNERS MANUAL MODEL: W670
12” PANEL SAW
OWNERS MANUAL
MODEL: W670
Charnwood, Cedar Court, Walker Road, Hilltop Industrial Estate,
Bardon, Leicestershire, LE67 1TU
Tel. 01530 516 926 Fax. 01530 516 929
email: sales@charnwood.net website: www.charnwood.net
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
WARNING: Do not attempt to operate the machine until you have read thoroughly and
understood completely all instructions, rules, etc. contained in this manual. Failure to comply
may result in accidents involving fire, electric shock, or serious personal injury. Keep this
owner's manual and review frequently for continuous safe operation.
1. Know your machine. For your own safety, read the owner's manual carefully. Learn its
application and limitations, as well as specific potential hazards pertinent to this machine.
2. Make sure all tools are properly earthed.
3. Keep guards in place and in working order. If a guard must be removed for maintenance
or cleaning, make sure it is properly replaced before using the machine again.
4. Remove adjusting keys and spanners. Form a habit of checking to see that the keys and
adjusting spanners are removed from the machine before switched it on.
5. Keep your work area clean. Cluttered areas and workbenches increase the chance of an
accident.'
6. Do not use in dangerous environments. Do not use power tools in damp or wet locations,
or expose them to rain. Keep work areas well illuminated.
7. Keep children away. All visitors should be kept a safe distance from the work area.
8. Make workshop childproof. Use padlocks, master switches and remove starter keys.
9. Do not force the machine. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it is
designed.
10. Use the right tools. Do not force the machine or attachments to do a job for which they
are not designed. Contact the manufacturer or distributor if there is any question about the
machine's suitability for a particular task.
11. Wear proper apparel. Avoid loose clothing, gloves, ties, rings, bracelets, and jewellery
which could get caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is recommended. Wear protective
hair covering to contain long hair.
12. Always use safety glasses. Normal spectacles only have impact resistant lenses. They
are not safety glasses.
13. Do not over-reach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Maintain the machine in good condition. Keep the machine clean for best and safest
performance. Follow instructions for lubrication and changing accessories.
15. Disconnect the machine from power source before servicing and when changing the
blade.
16. Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power off. Do not leave the
machine until it comes to a complete stop.
17. Do not use any power tools while under the effects of drugs, alcohol or medication.
18. Always wear a face or dust mask if operation creates a lot of dust and/or chips. Always
operate the tool in a well ventilated area and provide for proper dust removal. Use a suitable
dust extractor.
ADDITIONAL RULES FOR CIRCULAR SAWS
1. Ensure that the saw table is clear of off-cuts, tools or anything else that might foul the
work-piece.
2. If your saw has a dust extractor hose connected to the crown guard, ensure that it is held
clear of the table and will not foul the work-piece as it passes over the table.
3. When cutting large sheets of material or long boards use one or more roller stand(s) to
support the work or have a competent helper to support it as it feeds off the rear of the table.
4. Never use the saw without the riving knife and check that it is in line with the blade before
using the saw.
5. Always use a brush to clear the table of dust or debris. NEVER use your hands, especially
when the machine is running.
6. ALWAYS USE A PUSH STICK WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO PUSH ANY PIECE OF
MATERIAL OF SUCH SIZE THAT IT WOULD BRING YOUR HANDS WITHIN 30cm OF
THE BLADE.
7. Do not cut material that is badly warped or which has screws or nails in it
8. Be extra vigilant when cutting stock which has loose knots in it as these may fly out of the
saw.
9. NEVER remove the table insert when the saw is running.
10. To avoid exposure to hazardous dust, do not use this saw without connecting it to a
suitable dust extractor.
11. Always work with a sharp saw blade and feed the work at a rate suited to the thickness
and hardness of the material.
Note: This table saw has been designed and built solely as a woodworking machine.
Do not modify it in any way or use for anything other than its designated purpose. Neither
the manufactures nor the supplies are liable for any damage or injury caused by incorrect
assembly, operation or electrical connection of this machine.
Risk of Injury!
Never reach into
the running saw blade
Wear
Eye
Protection
Wear
Ear
Protection
Specification
Main table size
Support table size
Table height
Motor (induction)
Blade diameter x bore x kerf
Blade rotation speed (no load)
Maximum depth of cut at 90
Maximum depth of cut at 45
Maximum ripping width using fence
Maximum cross cutting width
Dust extractor hose connection
Weight
Rating
Warranty
350(w) x 760(d) mm
600(w) x 760 (d) mm
875mm
2200W (3hp), 230v single phase
315mm (12”) x 30mm x 3.2mm
4000rpm
100mm
75mm
940mm (24”)
1225mm (48”)
100mm
194kg
Trade
1 Year
Rating Description
Trade: Suitable for daily use by professional woodworkers.
Continuously rated, high power and a heavy duty construction. Typically used by several
different operators in a small or medium sized business. Will be used up to the machines
maximum limit with some long work periods. Expected maximum use of 1000 hours
annually.
Unpacking
The saw is shipped one wooden crate
and one cardboard carton.
Remove the upper part of the crate.
This is nailed to the base pallet and
corner bolted – beware of sharp nails.
Unpack all items from the case and
carton
Please note: some parts are contained
in the base of the saw.
Check all items are present
Remove the four locating blocks from
around the base of the machine with a
pry bar – these again are nailed to the
pallet.
Contents
Sliding Carriage Fence
Rip Fence Guide Rail
Push Stick
Rip Fence Scale
Rip Fence
Crown Guard
Hose Support
Hose
Length Stop
Rear Steady Leg
Mitre Guide
Table Handle
Work Clamp
Rear Extension Table
Sliding Beam
Right Hand Extension Table
Outrigger Table
Assembly
Remove the protective paper from
the table and clean off the grease
using WD40 or a suitable cleaning
agent.
Remove two M10 nuts from the
sliding beam fixing bolts, located on
the underside of the beam.
Release the sliding beam lock. (pull
out and rotate through 90 degrees)
Slide the beam along to expose the
two blanking plugs covering the bolts.
Prise out the plugs using a flat blade.
Use an 8mm hex key, to locate the
bolts into the brackets situated at
either end of the base cabinet.
Lightly tighten the carriage onto the
four levelling bolt heads.
Place a straight edge across the front
of the sliding beam and fixed table.
Adjust the four carriage support bolts
so that the sliding table and fixed
table are perfectly level.
Repeat for the rear of the tables.
Locking Nut
Table Gap Adjusting Screw
Bed Fixing Bolt
Levelling Bolts
Locking Nuts
The sliding table and fixed table
should be parallel and a maximum of
3mm apart.
Adjust the gap adjusting screw and
tighten down the bed fixing bolts.
Then tighten all locking nuts and
replace the blanking plugs.
3mm Maximum Gap
Attach the beam handle and clamp
by sliding the square nuts into the
channels of the sliding table extrusion
and tighten in a convenient position.
Push Plate
Table Handle
Sliding Beam Lock
Raise the saw blade and riving knife
by rotating the handle at the front of
the base cabinet.
Using a 5mm hex key, loosen the
fixing bolt in the crown guard and
hook it into the slot in the top of the
riving knife.
Re-tighten the fixing bolt.
Fixing Bolt
Attach the outrigger extension to the
sliding beam by locating the bottom
of the leg onto the pin on the
articulated support arm.
Slide the joining plate into the side
channel in the table extrusion and
tighten the two locking handles.
Locking Handles
Joining Plate
Using a straight edge, level the
outrigger table with the sliding beam
and main table by adjusting the
height of the support arm.
Adjust the height with a 30mm
spanner
Attach the side extension table with
the M8 bolts and washers provided
Lightly tighten the bolts, again using
a straight edge, level the extension
table by adjusting the grub screws
below each fixing bolt
Tighten the bolts and grub screw
locking nuts
Fixing Bolts
Levelling Screws
Attach the rear extension table
Attach the rear steady leg
Remove the blue side panel form the
left hand side of the machine
Bolt through the four holes situated in
the bottom corner of the cabinet
Adjust the rubber foot to make
contact with the floor
Tighten the lock nut using a 16mm
spanner
Attach the Hose Support Bracket to
the Table Extension using the bolts
supplied
Tighten with a 13mm spanner
Connect the extraction hose to the
crown guard outlet
Clamp the hose into the hose support
bracket, ensuring it is clear of the
workspace
Connect the extraction hose to the
main extraction
Attach the fence scale extrusion to
the front of the table and side
extension using the Pozi-head
screws provided
Fence Scale
Attach the rip fence guide rail to the
table and side extension, ensuring
that each mounting bolt has one nut
and washer fitted on either side.
This allows for fine adjustment when
squaring the rip fence to the saw
blade.
Before tightening, slide the rip fence
assembly onto the rail and adjust the
height of the guide rail to enable the
rip fence extrusion to lie flat on the
saw tables.
Tighten the rail nuts using a 13mm
spanner
Rip Fence Clamp
Fine Adjuster Clamp
Fine Adjustment Handle
To use the fine adjuster:
Lock the fine adjuster clamp, open
the rip fence clamp. Turn the fine
adjustment handle to the required
measurement on the scale.
Lock the rip fence clamp.
The rip fence extrusion can be fitted
in two positions.
The tall face position is used for
general cutting.
To change between the positions,
slacken the two wing nuts and slide
the aluminium extrusion off the
carrier.
Rotate and then replace the fence
extrusion in the preferred position.
The low face position is used when
cutting narrow material, close to the
blade.
It prevents the fence extrusion from
fouling the crown guard
Fence Extension
Pivot Point
Attach the sliding beam fence by
locating the swivel pin into either the
front or rear pivot point in the table
outrigger
Adjust to the required angle, slide the
clamp to a suitable position and
tighten the locking handle
Locking Screw
Locking handle
Set the adjustable stop so that the
fence is set at 90 degrees to the
blade.
There are 2 of these stops, one for
each pivot point.
They are hinged so they can be
moved out of the way when not in
use.
Slide the length stop into the top
channel of the fence extrusion
Lock it into place with the thumb
screw
Instead of using the main fence on
the sliding beam, a mitre guide is
included
The mitre guide can be attached to
the sliding beam, by sliding it into the
T shaped channel. Lock it into the
channel with the locking knob.
The fence can be set at any angle
from -60 degrees to +60 degrees,
and locked in place with the locking
lever.
The mitre guide also has a built-in
work clamp.
Locking Knob
Locking Lever
Using the Table Saw
Blade Tilt Hand Wheel
Blade Tilt Lock
On/Off Switch
Emergency Stop button
Blade Tilt Scale
Blade Height Hand Wheel
On/Off Switch
Press the red tab on the left hand side to lift the hinged switch cover upwards. This will give
you access to the green start and red stop buttons. Pressing the red section of the cover will
stop the saw.
To turn the saw on, press the green button. Wait for the blade to reach its maximum speed
of rotation before commencing with the cut.
The machine is fitted with an NVR (No Voltage Release) switch. This type of switch is
designed so that if the machine is disconnected from the mains whilst running and then
reconnected, the motor will not automatically restart.
The machine is also fitted with an emergency stop button. After pressing the button, it must
be reset by turning the red knob clockwise until it is released.
Cutting Depth
Adjustments to the cutting depth should be made only when the saw is not running.
Turn the round hand wheel on the front, to set the blade to the required depth. Turn
anticlockwise to lower the blade, turn clockwise to raise the blade. The blade height should
always be set so that only the carbide tips of the blade (approx. 5mm) projects above the
wood.
Angle of Cut
Adjustments to the angle of cut should be made only when the saw is not running.
To tilt the blade for making bevel cuts, undo the locking lever, rotate the hand wheel to the
required angle using the scale provided for guidance. Lock the angle by tightening the lever.
Making a cut
Ensure there is enough space around the table for the work piece before starting the cut.
Position your feet in a stable and balanced stance.
When feeding the timber, place your hands on the section of timber being kept. Never hold
the waste part of the timber.
Never force timber through the saw, always let it cut at its own speed.
When cutting narrow pieces - use the push stick provided.
Ripping Cut
The rip fence is used to make longitudinal (with the grain) cuts. Set the fence to the required
dimension using the scale provided.
To avoid kickback, the far end of the fence extrusion should be set correctly.
The fence extrusion should be set so that the end is level with the centre of the saw blade.
This allows the timber space to expand into, after the cut has been made.
When cutting wider pieces the fence extrusion can be moved further towards the back of the
blade, in a line projecting at roughly at 45 degrees out from the centre of the blade.
Cross Cutting
This saw has 2 options for making cross cuts: Using the mitre guide or using the sliding
beam.
Mitre Guide
The mitre guide is most suitable for cutting small pieces. It fits into the T-shaped channel in
the sliding beam and is then locked into place. To set 90 degrees or any other angle, undo
the locking lever and rotate the quadrant to the desired angle. Lock the angle setting with the
lever. The fence extrusion can then be adjusted so that the end is close to the blade, giving
better support to the work piece. When setting the fence, take care to ensure the fence will
not contact the blade.
Sliding Beam
The sliding beam is most suitable when working with large flat panels.
When working with large panels:
Pull the sliding beam all the way forward.
Load the panel onto the saw table.
Press the start button.
Push the panel through the saw blade.
An alternative configuration is available for the sliding beam. The fence can be assembled
onto the front of the outrigger table, so that the work piece is loaded against the back edge
of the fence and then fed onto the blade.
Using this configuration, the crosscut capacity is reduced, however some people to prefer to
work this way.
There is a clamp provided, which fits on to
the sliding beam.
The angled configuration is well suited to
bull nosed boards and round stock.
Changing The Blade
Unplug the saw from the power source
Raise the blade height to its maximum
and remove the crown guard
Slide the beam all the way to the front
position and loosen the rear blade cover
screw
Slide the beam all the way to the rear
position and Loosen the front blade
cover screw
The blade cover is hinged and can now
be lowered
By hand, rotate the blade until the hole
in the collar on the right hand side of the
blade is in line with the cut out in the
table insert.
Insert the end of the L shaped tommy
bar into the hole to act as a spindle lock.
Please Note: The Nut is Left Hand Thread (Turn clockwise to undo)
Use a 19mm spanner to unlock the nut
on the saw spindle
Remove the nut, the saw flange and the
sawblade
Mount the new blade and then follow the
procedure in reverse to complete the
task
Troubleshooting
Saw vibrates
Check all nuts and bolts for tightness and
check that blade is not damaged.
Cuts are slow, wood is blackened
Examine the blade. If any Tungsten tips
are missing or broken the blade should
be replaced. If the tips are blunt, the saw
blade may to be professionally
sharpened.
Saw stalls
Feed rate too high, slow down.
Rip fence is not parallel to blade
Bring the fence up to the blade and realign the fence so it is parallel, by
adjusting the 4 fixing studs which hold
the round guide rail onto the table.
Lower saw guard fills with dust
It is essential to use a vacuum extractor
or chip collector with this machine. If one
is being used, check for blockages in the
hose.
When pressing start, nothing happens
Check power supply, fuse in plug and
switch.
Check emergency stop switch is
released
Declaration of Conformity for CE Marking
Charnwood Declare that Woodworking Circular Saw, Model W670
Conforms with the following Directives:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
And further conforms to the machinery example for which the EC type examination
Certificate No. BM 50314369 and AE 50314321 have been issued by TUV Rheinland LGA
Products GmbH, Tillystrasse 2, 90431, Nurnberg, Germany.
I hereby declare that equipment named above has been tested and found to comply with the
relevant sections of the above referenced specifications. The machinery complies with all
essential requirements of the directive.
Signed:
Dated: 06/07/2015
Location: Leicestershire
Richard Cook
Director
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 (EEE) 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.
Your local refuse amenity will have a separate collection area for EEE goods.
Charnwood W670 Parts List
Part
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
Description
Bottom Panel
Front Panel
Button Head Screw M10 x 16
Nut M5
Limited Block
Cap Screw M8 x 20
Flat Washer M6
Switch Box
Phillips Head Screw M5 x 12
Seal
Switch Box Cover
Tap Screw M4 x 10
Switch
Tap Screw M4 x 10
Hex Bolt M8 x 16
Flat Washer M8
Bracket
Cap Screw M5 x 16
Position Plate
Hex Bolt M6 x 25
Nut M6
Adjusting Plate
Support Bracket (Right)
Hex Bolt M8 x 25
Hex Bolt M10 x 35
Right Panel
Right Bracket
Protection Plate
Button Head Screw M6 x 16
Angle Iron
Support Bracket (Left)
Flat Washer M10
Nut M8
Nut M10
Rear Panel
Nut M4
Emergency Switch Box
Emergency Switch Box Cover
Emergency Switch
Phillips Head Screw M4 x 60
Insert Nut
Dust Tube
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 20
Left Panel
Panel A
Phillips Head Screw M4 x 8
Flat Washer M4
Foot Bracket
Part
049
050
051
052
053
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
Description
Hex Bolt M10 x 55
Set Screw M8 x 12
Button Head Screw M5 x 12
Big Washer
Hand wheel
Lock Handle
Spring
Screw
Threaded Shaft
Lock Shaft
Big Washer
Short Bush
Flat Washer M5
Angle Indicator
Threaded Tube
Retaining Ring
Bush
Pin
Position Nut
Set Screw M6 x 8
Flat Head Screw M6 x 25
Threaded Tube
Guide Bush
Support Bush
Plate
Lock Nut M6
Special Washer 6.5 x 23 x 2
Cap Screw M6 x 35
Shaft
Bracket
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 12
Flat Washer M6
Lock Nut M10
Motor
Hex Bolt M6 x 16
Big Washer M6
Motor Plate
Teeth Washer
Motor Pulley
Cap Screw M6 x 20 Left
Belt
Cap Screw M6 x 20
Special Washer 35 x 6.5 x 4
Bearing 6204
Bush
Set Screw M5 x 6
Bush
Key A5 x 20
Part
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
Description
Pulley
Shaft Bracket
Bearing 6005Z2
Carriage Bolt M10 x 25
Flat Head Screw M6 x 16
Connecting Rod
Split Bracket
Guide Washer I
Retaining Ring 55
Splitter
Blade
Nut M12 Left
Blade Plate
Blade Guard
Hinge 38
Rivet
Dust Port
Shaft
Bearing 619/7
Retaining Ring 19
Bearing Seat
Hex Bolt
Bush
Nut M6
Gimbal
Pin
Threaded Shaft
Spindle
Hand wheel
Guide Washer II
Sliding Bracket
Cap Screw M10 x 65
Sliding Table
Carriage Bolt M8 x 45
Nut M8
Nut M10
Hex Bolt M10 x 16
Spring Washer M10
Flat Washer M10
Main Table
Hex Bolt M8 x 20
Spring Washer M8
Flat Washer M8
Flat Head Screw M6 x 10
Extension Table
Nut M6
Hose Bracket Seat
Cap Screw M8 x 12
Hose Bracket
Clamp
Blade Guard
Flat Head Screw M6 x 40
Part
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
Description
Rear Extension Table
Fence Knob
Flat Washer
Plate
Square Head Nut
Table Insert
Flat Head Screw M4 x 8
Fence Bracket
Thin Nut
Big Washer
Lock Handle
Bracket
Micro Adjust Knob
Front Guide Rail
Support Shaft
Nut M8
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 16
Nut M6
Scale Base
Scale
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 12
Cap Screw M8 x 30
Knob
Support Bracket
Square Head Nut
Rip Fence
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 12
Position Plate
Square Head Nut
Bracket
Flat Head Screw
Scale
Aluminium Bracket
Flat Washer
Knob
Position Plate
Magnifier
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 50
Scale
Scale
Bracket
Fence
Locking Plate
Plate
Nut M6
Knob
Plate
Set Screw M6
Handle
Screw
Spring
Pin
Part
237
238
239
240
241
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
Description
Cap Screw M4 x 8
Tap Screw ST4 x 12
End Cap
Big Washer M6
Set Screw
Hex Bolt M6 x 20
Nut M6
Position Block
Cap Screw M4 x 25
Lock Nut M4
Square Sliding Table
Long Position Block
Big Washer
Pin
Lock Plate
End Cap
Cap Screw M6 x 16
Scale
Phillips Head Screw M5 x 6
Set Screw M6 x 10
Insert Nut M6
Insert Nut M6
Support Pole
Extension Bracket
End Cap
Threaded Plate
Wheel
Wheel Bush
Felt 55 x 25
Eccentric Shaft
Part
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
Description
Support Bracket
Position Shaft
Shaft
Bracket
End Cap
Retaining Ring 15
Phillips Head Screw M5 x 8
Flat Washer M5
Phillips Head Screw M5 x 6
Flat Washer M5
Bearing 6001-2RZ/Z1
Cap Screw M6 x 12
Flat Washer M6
Bearing 6202-2RZ/Z1
Hex Bolt M8 x 25
Nut M8
Hex Bolt M10 x 25
Flat Washer M10
Nut M16
Flat Washer M16
Hex Bolt M8 x 65
Nut M8
Big Washer M8
Nut M20
Flat Washer M20
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 16
Nut M6
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing A
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing B
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing C
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing D
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing E
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing F
Charnwood W670 – Parts Drawing G
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