Owner's Manual
Manual del Usuario
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CRRFTS.R.
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HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE CLAMPING TABLE
BANCO DE TRABAJO DE FIJACION R/_PIDA
Model No. 695.65796
Modelo N-°695.65796
CAUTION:
Before using thls
product, read this
manual and
follow all its Safety Rules
and Operating
.
Instructions.
PRECAUCION:
Antes de usar este
producto, lea este manual
y slga todas las
instrucclones de
seguridad y de maneJo.
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Safety Instructions
Assembly
Operation
Repair Parts
• Instrucciones de
segurldad
• Montaje
= Manejo
• Lista de plezas
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S,A,
WARRANTY ...............................................................
SAFETY INSTRUCTION8 .........................................
INTRODUCTION ........................................................
ASSEMBLY ................................................................
2:
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4
4
OPERATION ..............................................................
5
_PE(31FI{3AT[O_J_ ..................................................... 8
UN-PACKING AND CHECKING ........................... ,..... 9
ESPAI_IOL ................................................................
11
Full One Year Warranty
If this ORAFTSMAN _ Olamplng Table fails to give
complete satisfaction wlthtn one year from the date
of purchase, return It to (or contact) the nearest
8ears Service Center In the United States, and
Sears wilt repair It, free of charge.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.
Sear=, Roebuck and Co.,
D/817WA_ Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
DO NOT attempt to assemble or operate your
CRAFTSMAN _ Height Adjustable Clamping Tdble until
you have read the safety instructions tnthis section.
When operating a portabte power tool
such as a drill, router_ sander or planer:
Always be sure that the workplace Is securely ¢le_'nped
to your Clamping Table, This will avoid kickback which
could cause serious bodily injury.
'
Safety Items throughout this manual are labeled with
WARNING or CAUTION,
1"o prevent persona[
Injury while
opening or closing your workbench,
always avoid positioning hands or fingers where they
couldget pinched,
Means that faltura to fot!ow this
safety
statement
may result
tn
extanelvs
product damage, serious personal Injury or
death.
moderate
damage.
Means that failure to fellow thls
safety statement may result In mtnor or
personal In]ury, property or equipment
®
DO NOT stand or climb on the shop stand. It could
fall or_p over causing serious Injury,
®
Be sure the shop stsnd's leg set frame assembly Is
in the fuliy opened position before using.
®
Dress for safety. DO NOT wear loose clothing,
gloves, necktles or Jewelry (rings, watches); they
can get caught and draw you Into moving parts_
ALWAYS wear non-aIlp footwear; tie back hair.
DO
NOT
use this
too[
for
scaffolding or as a ladder, Make sure to
fully tighten handles when in use. Maxlmum capacity
380 Ibs,
DO NOT store a_hopstand outdoors or
{n a damp location,
Read all Instructions.
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@ ALWAYS keep your work area clean, uncluttered
and well lit. DO NOT work o.n or place shop stand
legs on floor surfaces theft are slrppery from
sawdust, oil, water or wax
@ Keep visitors or ohlldren a sadiedistance away from
DO NOT load clamplng table with more than SSo lbs.
@ DO NOT apply an unbalanced load which could
result tn the shop stand tipping over.
DO NOT attempt to use your portable
workbench unless the Jaw Is securely
looked in position.
the work area, especially when you're operating a
power tool, Visitors should wear the same safety
equipment as the operator,
When operating a stationary power tool
such as a Mitre Saw, on your Olamplng
Table, be sure the tool is securely bolted to a separate
piece of plywood and the plywood Is securely clamped
to the work table. DO NOT clamp or mount stationary
power tool directly to table top, This could cause serious
bodily damage.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
PACKAGE
CONTENTS
Your CRAFTSMAN
° Clamping Table
is shipped
complete
inonecarton,
Separate ell parts'from packaging materials and check
each Item with Figure 1 and "Table of Loose Parts."
Make sure a!l items are accounted for before dlscardlng
any of the packing material.
Figure I
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1
A
B
D
G,--.,,. _
marked wlth ,1"
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS
iTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
Q
H
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J
K
L
M
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DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Table Top Assembly................................ !
LooklngHandle, Short .............................
2
Legs .........................................................
1
SupportPostsAssembly.........................
I
TOOLS REQUIRED
Nut,ShortLocklngHandle.......................
2
NutHolder................................................
2
#3 Phillips Screwdriver
Foot, Front ..................................................2
Adjustable-Head Wrench
Bolt, Support Posts To Top ..................... 4
b-_Ivel
Pegs .............................................
A
Peg Supports ........................................... 2
Solid Surface Center Board ..................... 1
Looldng Handle, Long..............................
2
Foot, Back................................................ 2
Nuts_Support Posts To Top .................... 4
TheCRAFTSMAN
e Clamplng Table provides a work
surface of up to 40-3/4 '_.It features a largo 30" x 20-1/2"
ti(ting top made of durable _B/4-1nchthlak MDF (Medium
Denslty Fiber). Its steel frame supports up to 330 Ibs,,
and thero ]s a convenient storage rack with slots for
table pegs, parts and for hand toofs,
The major components of your dRAFTSMAN ®
Clamping Table have been assembled at 1he factory.
This lnctudes the table top, the support posts, and tho
legs, You need to complete _he shop stand by assembling the following components to each other."
2.
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=
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table top to support posts
short locking handles to support posts
feet to Iegs
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long locking handles to Ieg_
table top/support posts to logs
For these
screwdriver
3.
With vlangular-shapod tilt brackets on Inside of rail
and pivoted toward rear of table, attach _upport
posts assembly (D) with 4 bolts (H) and 4 nuts (N),
2 on each side,
Tighten with Phillips screwdriver and adjustablehead wrench.
Looklng Handles to Support Posts
1, Move support posts assembly
(D) to most
advanced position (small tabs Ilmlt movement).
(See Figure 2.)
2. Maintaining a_embly In most advanced posltlon
with your shoulder, place tabs of nut holder (F)
(over nut [I_]) and Into slots. White holding nut
holder In slot with nut, use other hand to thread
short looking handle (B) Into nut
3. Repeat for other side.
proaedures,
you need a #3 Phillips
and an adjustable-head
wrench.
Table Top to Support Posts
1. Place stand top (A) upside.down
surface. (See Ftgura 2,)
such as
screwdrivers and chisels. Jaw Is adjustable up to 9
degrees for holding Irregularly-shaped workpleoes.
A step bar provldes additional support and stability,
on a smooth
To tighten: Turn handles clockwise.
To loosen: Turn handles counterclockwise.
Figure 2
D
D
F
B
F
N
A
H
4
Figure
Feet to Legs
Attach 2 feet (G) to :he front
back legs, (See Figure 3,)
3
legs
and 2 feet
(M) to the
Locking
Handles
to Legs - Figure
3
Two handles allow you to qulckly and esstly adjust the
height of your stand.
1. Futiy open legs and place on floor.
2. Thread long Jooktng handle (L) into welded nut on
each Ieg_
Table Top/Support
Posts
to Legs - Figure
3
1. Height adjust looPJng handles should be threaded
only slightly at thls time.
2. Lightly lubricate support posts (O) and carefully pick
up labia top (A) and posts. With foot on step bar for
stability, securely Insert posts Into legs (C)o if support
posts (D) make a scratching
notes then lightly
lubricate.
3o Place table top at desired height and lighten height
adjust rooking handles. Turn handles olookwise to
tighten; turn handles oounterclootcwlee to loosen,
h
This Clamping
Table DOE8
NOT
provide adequate support for any table
top tools that weigh tn excess of 90 Ibs. or that exceeds
an overall combined height with table over 60 Inches,
Using any tools in excess of these weight and height
measurements could result In sedous injury.
3.
With table top still resting on thlgh, reach down and
secure one height adjustment looking handle., Then
secure the otherIooklng handle.
Figure
4
When operating a stationary power
tool euoh as a mitre e_w, on your
clamping table, be aura the tool ts securely bolted to a
separate
pleoe of ptywood and that the plywood Is
securely elarnped to the Clamping
Table. DO NOT
clamp or mount stationary power toot directly to table
top. This could cause serious bodily damage,
When operating
a portable
power _ooI
such
as a drill,
router,
sander
or
planer:
Always
bs sure that the workpiece
Is securely
clamped
to your
Cramping
Table,
This
will avoid
kickback
whloh could cause serious bodily Injury.
Ad
Clamping
|ng
Height
To avoid Injury,
parts
from
top
Table height.
remove
before
tools and
adjusting
1o With one foot on step bar, slowly loosen one height
adjustment locking handle. Then slowly loosen the
other handle°(See Figure 4,)
2_ With table top resting on thigh, carefully lower or
heighten tabletop.
HEIGHT
LOCKING
ADJUSTMENT
HANDL_
Solid Surface
Table
Your CRAFTSMAN e Clamping Table can be used as a
Solid Surface Table (Figure 5) and as a Cl_mplng
Table,. To convert from solid surface to olamptng table
simply remove the solid surface center board and adjust
table top Jaws for desired application. Refer to Figures
6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Figure 5
Adjusting Jaw to Angle
Front Jaw adjusts to a maximum angle of 9 degrees for
olamplng Irregular shaped workplsces. To adjust jaw to
angle, turn either the right or left adjustment handle until
desired angle is reached. (See Figure 7.)
Figure 7
Jaw Use and Adjustment
Your CRAFTSMAN ® Clamping Table ls designed for
maximum versatility.The Tabte top jaws adjust to clamp
many workplace sizes or shapes to simplify sawing,
planing, sanding, drilling, routing, gluing and painting
jobs,
Fi_lure
6
Using Adjustable
Swivel Pegs to Hold
Irregular Shaped Workpieoes
Your Olamplng Table Is equipped with 4 swivel pegs.
The swivel pegs can be posltloned into any of the holes
In theJaws and rear of top for gripping frregular shaped
workpleces, or to extend gripping and clamping when
your workplaceexceeds _hajaw capacity, (see F3gure8.)
1.
2.
3.
Fully extend fmntJaw.
Place workplace on stand top.
Push sw]ve] pegs into appropr]ate holes tn table top
and tighten jaw to securely grip workplace. (See
Figure8.)
Figure 8
DO NOT attempt to use your Olamping
Table unless the Jaws are securely
locked in position,
To Adjust Table Top Jaw
Turn the 2 front table top jaw adjustment handles
counterotockwiseto move front jaw out; turn adjustment
handles clockwise to move front Jaw In_(See Figure 6.)
The table top Jaw opens to clamp a maximum 4-1nob
wide workpfece.
Increasing Gripping and Clamping Capacity
If workplaceexceedsJaw capacity,reposltlonswivel pegs
Into hole Inthe back row of holes tn tabletop.(See Rgure9.)
Swlve!
pegs
are to be used to
grip workplace only In cases where the
workplace DOLES NOT extend beyond the surface of the
Jaws.
Figure
g
=,
_:_
3+
Close table top Jaws until narrow enough
for
workplace, Place workpleoe In vertloal groove in
peg support
and tighter
table top jaws until
workplace Is secure. (Sea F3gum 11.)
Flgure
11
Check cross piece tO
see If It Is In the way.
Using Adjustable
Peg Supports
Your Clamping Table Is equipped with 2 peg eupportm
with horizontal and vertlcal V-gropves to grip pipes and
other round shaped _vorkplecee on the edge of table top
JEW+,
To Hold Round
Workpleces
Horizontally
1= Push swivel pegs and peg supports Into holes on
the edge of rear Jaw. (See Figure 10.)
2. Close table top Jaws untll narrow enough for
worl<pteoe, Place workplace In horizontal grooves
in peg supports
and tighten table top Jaws until
workple_e Is secure,
Figure
To Hold
1. Push
edge
2. Push
same
10
Round
tNorkpieoee
Vertically
swivel peg and peg support Into hole on the
of front Jaw,
swivel peg and peg support into hole in the
position on edge of rear Jaw.
Folding
Clamping
Tabl e for Storage
and
Carrying
1, Remove any hand tools or parts from stand top and
storage rack, Close the table Jaws together,
2, Turn handles countemlockwlse
to loosen top. Pivot
the top to the forded posit]on, (See Figure 12.)
3+ Tilt stand back slightly onto rear Jags. (See Figure
mJ
4. Reach down and push front legs backward
5. Tighten handles by turning clockwlse.
Figure
12
To prevent
personal
injury
while
open]ng
or cloBing
your
Clamping
Table,
always
avoid po0itionlng
hands o_ fingers
where
they coulcl get plnohed.
Carrying the Clamping Table
Figure 14
With the Clamping Table folded end clamping table
o!osed, carefully !Ift the Olamplng Tabre by the yellow
support grip mounted to the tool storage rack. (See
Figure !3.)
To avoid havlng the shop stand
open while moving, make aura handles
are tightenedsecurely.
Figure
13
Tilting Table Top
I. Standing infront of the Clamping Table, loosen one
top looking lever then the other,
2, Pull the table top up to the desired angle. (See
Figure 15.)
3o Secure handles.
Figure 1B
Opening
the Clamping
Table
1. Oarefully move the folded Olamplng Table to the
desired location,
2. Fats'the front of the Clamping Table and hold the
edge of the table top, Carefully reach down and pull
the front legs of the table toward you. (See Figure
_4,)
3,
When the legs are in the fully-opened position,
place them securely on the floor.
Clamping Table
V¢orklng Area ................................. 30" x 20-1/2"
Clamping Table Weight .......................... 42 lbs.
Maximum Weight Support ................. ,,,330 Ibs,
Working Height ............................ 30" to 40-3/4"
TiLT ADJUBTME;NT
LOOKING HANDLE
Unpacking and Checking
Model No. 695.65796
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Contents
KEY
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PART NO.
119 800 364
I17 900 042
119 800 385
117 900 04.3
119 800 388
117 O00 044
1!9 800 367
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117020 138
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117020 172
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117 020 176
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DESCRIPTION
Board - Front, Drilled and Printed ...............................................
1
Board - Front, Raw Matedal .................................................... 1
Board - Rear, Ddlted and Printed ............................................ 1
Board - Rear, Raw Materlal .................................................... 1
Board - Middle, Drllled and Printed ......................................... 1
Board - Mlddle, Raw Material .................................................. 1
Travame Rall (Complete) .................... ,.....................................2
Traverse Ral_ ........................................................................... 1
LL-Braoket ................................................................................ !
Spindle .................................................................................... 1
Handle ................................................................................... 1
Grip for Handle,.,_.._,_._._.._.._.'_. ........................................ 1
Lena Screw .............................................................................. 1
Lens Screw.................................................................................I
Thread Piece ........................................................................... 1
Telescopic Tube ...................................................................... 2
Leg, Front................................................................................ 2
Leg, Rear ................................................................................. 2
3ilt Bracket, Right ..........................................................................
1
Tilt Bracket, Left ...................................................................... 1
FootBlep .................................................................................. 1
Tool Rack ................................................................................ 1
Crossbar................................................................................... 2
Connector Part ...............................................................................
6
" Corms=or Part - 2 ...................................... :............................ 2
. Connecting Part ...................................................................... 2
Slotted Bush.....:...................................................................... 2
Hand Gdp ................................................................................ 1
Cover....................................................................................... 8
Screw (M 6 X 12 DIN 7985) .................................................... 4
Part Set
-119 800 367
Screw
6 X 40 DIN 7986) .................................................... 2
Screw
X 35
7985)\ ....................................................
Screw {_ 6
8X
45 DIN
DIN 7985_
.................................................... 24
screw (M 8 X 65 DIN 7985) .................................................... 6
Hex Head Screw (M 8 X 40 DIN 931) ...................................... 2
Hex Hea_l Screw (M B X 50 DIN 931) ..................................... 2
Nut (Me DIN 934) .................................................................... 6
'Nut (M 6 DIN 934) ................................................................... 8
Nut (M 8 DIN 985) .................................................................... 4
Washer (68 DIN !25) .............................................................. 8
Washer (6 DIN 9021) ............................................................. 12
Screw (Me X 12 DIN 7500) ..........................................................
8
Foot Pad- Front ..................................................................... 2
400869
Fo0t Pad- Rear ...................................................................... 2 --_119
Handle (Comp]ste) .................................................................. 2
Handle ...................................................................................... 1
Handle Cover .............................................................................1
He)<Head Screw (M8 X 26 DiN 933) .......................................1 _'-119
8OO366
Nut (MB DIN 934) .................................................................... I
Handle (Comptete) ................................................................ ;.2
Handle ..................................................................................... 2
ClamplngNut.....................................................................
2
19 800389
Hex Head Screw (M6 X 50 DIN 933)......................................
2
Swivel Peg................................................................................ 4
Peg Support ............................................................................. 2
Nut- Guide ........................................................................... 2
Nut (M8 DIN _.._,_,.7:. ...........f.4_,.._,
.,,,_......).q.$.
..................... 2
Screw (M 6 X 10 DIN 7985) .................................................... 4
Nut (Me DIN 934) .................................................................... 4
Ratspdng.........................................................................
2
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