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SEARS,
PART NO 4920-252_00
For
ROEBUCK
/ CRAFT M AN®
34om OH RADmAL DRULL
o Assembly
° Operation
o Repair Parts
o Warranty
AND CO., Hoffman
Estates,
la 60179, U.S.A.
11193
FULL
ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
RADIAL
DRILL
PRESS
If within one year from date of purchase, this Craftsman RADIAL DRILL PRESS fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, Sears will repair it, free of charge
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE
CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES,
BY CONTACTING
THE NEAREST SEARS STORE OR SERVICE
. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state
Sears, Roebuck and Co., 13/817WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179.
GENERAL
SAFETY RULES FOR POWER TOOLS
KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL
For your own safety, read the owner's manual carefully
Learn the application and limitations as well as the specific
hazards peculiar to this tool
Extension Cords suitable for use with your Radial Drill
Press are available at your nearest Sears Catalog Order or
Retail Store
Repair or replace damaged or worn cord immediately
2 GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
A. All grounded, cord-connected
tools:
S Grounded, cord-connected tools intended for use on a
supply circuit having a nominal rating less than 150 volts:
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to
reduce the risk of electric shock This tool is equipped with
an electric cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor
and a grounding plug The plug must be plugged into a
matching outlet that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances
Metal S_
rofGrounded
II ['1)II
utlet Box
{A)
Do not modify the plug provided - if it will not fit the outlet,
have the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician
Adapter
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conduc*
tot can result in a risk of electric shock The conductor with
insulation having an outer surface that is green with or
without yellow stripes is the equipment-grounding
conductor If repair or replacement of the electric cord or plug is
necessary, do not connect the equipment-grounding
conductor to a live terminal
Groundin(
Figure I - Wiring Methods
Check with a qualified electrician of serviceman
if the
grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if
in doubt as to whether the tool is properly grounded
This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has an outlet
that looks like the one illustrated in Sketch A in Figure 1,
The tool has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in Sketch A in Figure 1 A temporary adapter, which
looks like the adapter illustrated in Sketches B and C, may
be used to connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as
shown in Sketch B if a properly grounded outlet is not
available The temporary adapter should be used only until
a properly grounded outlet can be installed by a qualified
electrician The green-colored rigid ea_:, lug, etc extending
from the adapter must be connected
to a permanent
ground such as a properly grounded outlet box
The use of any Extension Cord will cause some loss of
power To keep this to a minimum and to prevent overheating and motor buro-out, use the table below to deter÷
mine the MINIMUM wire size (A W.G ) Extension Cord
Use only 3-wire extension cords :_hathave 3-prong grounding plugs, and 3-pole receptacles that accept the tool's
plug
Extension Cord Length
25 Feet
50 Feet
100 Feet
(a)
Grounding Pin
Wire Size, AW G
16
16
14
3 KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE
in working order and in proper adjustment and alignment,
2
4 REMOVE
ADJUSTING
KEYS
ANDWRENCHES
Formhabitof checking
to seethatkeysandadjusting
wrenches
areremoved
fromtoolbefore
turning
on
17, REDUCE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING
Make sure switch is in "OFF" position before plugging in
cord,
5 KEEP
WORK
AREACLEAN
Cluttered
areas and beeches invite
18 USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES
Consult the owner's manual for recommended
accessories Use of improper accessories may be hazard6us
accidents
6 DON'T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT
Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations, or expose
them to rain Keep work area well illuminated_
19 NEVER STAND ON TOOL
Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is unintentionally contacted
7 KEEP CHILDREN AWAY
All visitors should be kept a safe distance from work area
8_ MAKE WORKSHOP KID PROOF
with padlocks, master switches,
keys
or by removing
20 CHECK DAMAGED
starter
9 DON'T FORCE TOOL
It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it
was designed
21 DIRECTION
10 USE RIGHT TOOL
OF FEED
Feed work into a blade or cutter against the direction of
rotation of the blade or cutter only
Don't force tool or attachment to do a job for which it was
not designed
22 NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED
TURN
POWER OFF Don't leave tool until it comes to a com-
11 WEAR PROPER APPAREL
No loose clothing, gloves, neckties, nngs, bracelets, or
jewelry to get caught in moving parts. Nonslip footwear is
recommended
Wear protective hair covering to contain
long hair
12 ALWAYS
Also use
Everyday
They are
PARTS
Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part that is
damaged should be carefully checked to ensure that it
will operate properly and perform its intended function check for alignment of moving parfs, 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
plete stop
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty
eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses
NOT safety glasses
13 SECURE WORK
Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical
It's
safer than using your hand and frees both hands to operate tool,
The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects
being thrown into the eyes, which can result in severe eye
damage_ Always wear safety goggles complying with ANSI
Z87,1 before commencing
power tool operation.
Safety
Goggles are available at Sears retail or catalog stores
14_ DON'T OVERREACH
Keep your proper footing and balance at all times.
15 MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP CONDITION
Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance, Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories_
16 DtSCONNECT TOOLS FROM POWER SOURCE
before servicing and when changing accessories such as
blades, bits, cutters, or when mounting and re-mounting
motor
3
SAFETY RULES FOR DRILL PRESSES
1
DO NOT USE until unit is completely
assembled
and installed
according to instructions
2
USE ONLY
CHUCK
DRILL PRESS
KEY PROVIDED
It is equipped
WiTH
YOUR
with a self-ejecting
RADIAL
pin that elimi-
nates hazard of leaving key in chuck
8 NEVER USE YOUR HANDS TO HOLD workpiece during drilling
Clamp it to work surface or use a vise to secure workpiece and
prevent rotation
9 NEVER OPERATE
drill press if any part is damaged
or broken
until it is properly repaired or replaced
3 ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION
10 NEVER pLACE YOUR FINGERS in a position where drill or cutting tool could contact them if part should shift unexpectedly
4 DO NOT WEAR Gloves, necktie or loose fitting ciothing
5 BE SURE DRILL BIT or cutting tool is securely locked in chuck
11 NEVER
PERFORM
LAYOUT,
assembly
or setup work on drill
press with cutting tool rotating
6 USE RECOMMENDED
material
7 ADJUST TABLE
work surface
SPEED for drill accessory
OR DEPTH
and workpiece
12 SHUT OFF POWER, remove drill or cutting too!, and clean table
before leaving machine
STOP to prevent drilling into table
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY .................................................................
2
GENERAL SAFETY RULES FOR POWER TOOLS .............. 2, 3
SAFETY RULES FOR DRILL PRESSES ................................... 4
TOOLS
REQUIRED
UNPACKING
..................................................................
AND CHECKING
CONTENTS
5
Rotating Drill Head ..........................................
10
Moving Drill Head In or Out .....................................
10
Adjusting
to Table .......................
11
Alignment of Motor Pulley to Spindle Pulley ..................
11
Spindle Perpendicular
........................... 5
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS ...........................................................
5
OPERATION
......................................................
12
ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................
6, 7
INSTALLING RADIAL DRILL PRESS ........................................ 7
Correct Drilling Speeds ................................................
Drilling Wood ...........................................................
12
12
CONTROLS
Drilling Metal ...............................................................
12
AND ADJUSTMENTS
............................................
8-11
On/Off Switch ....................................................................
8
Table Adjustment
8
.........................................................
Depth Stop Adjustment .............................................
MAINTENANCE
........................................................
12
ACCESSORIES
......................................................
13
8
Spindle Return Spring Adjustment ...................................... 8, 9
Spindle Speeds ...............................................................
Changing Speeds .......................
' ............................
9
9
REPAIR PARTS
Belt Tension Adjustment .............................................
9, 10
TROUBLESHOOTING
Tilting Drill Head
10
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT
....................................................
...........................................................
.................................................
PARTS ......................
14, 15
16
16
TOOLS REQUmRED
8-inch Adjustable
Wrench
Mallet
UNPACKRNG AND CHECKUNG CONTENTS
Model 149213340
carton
Carefully
Radial
Drill Press is shipped
unpack and separate
complete
Some parts such as the table and base are coated with rust preventative that can be removed with a soft cloth soaked in kerosene
Do
in one
parts from packing material
Check loose parts against Table of Loose Parts on page 5 and parts
not use acetone, gasoline,
list on page 15
and may also damage the plastic and rubber parts of the Radial Drill
to assemble
If any parts are missing or damaged, do not attempt
Press
Radial Drill Press, plug in power cord or turn on power
switch until replacement
or lacquer thinner; these are dangerous
parts are obtained and properly installed
Apply a coating of paste wax to the table and base work surfaces
I
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS
Drill Head
REF
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
Base Assembly
1
4
5
CoIumn and Flange Assembly
M8 x 25mm Hex Head Bolls
1
4
Table Bracket and Table
1
9
15
Worm Pinion
Vertical Rack
1
1
10
Lig Handle
1
--
Drill Head Assembly
1
Lock Handles
Handle Bars and Knobs
3
3
46
Chuck and Key
1
96
5/16-18 x 5" Carriage
97
5/16-18 Wing Nuts
2
95
Owner's
1
98
99
5/32" Hex Handle
3mm Hex Handle
1
1
88
Lock Shoe wilh Recess
1
6 & !6
!4
37 & 38
Bolts
Manual (not shown)
2
15
46
ASSEMBLY
WARNING:
FOR YOUR
THE
RADIAL
ALL
ASSEMBLY
READ
AND
DRILL
OWN SAFETY,
PRESS
STEPS
NEVER
TO A POWER
ARE COMPLETE_
UNDERSTOOD
SAFETY
AND
CONNECT
SOURCE
AND
Bracket making sure that the teeth are engaged in the
Table Lift Gear inside bracket Slide rack and bracket
assembly onto column until angled end at bottom of rack
fits into top of column flange
UNTIL
YOU HAVE
OPERATIONAL
INSTRUCTIONS=
CAUTION: Do
PENETRATING
PLASTIC
NOT ALLOW
SOLUTIONS
AND/OR
Place Lift Handle (REF 10) on Worm Pinion Shaft extending
from Table Bracket Align flat on pinion shaft with set
screw (REF 11) and tighten
FLUIDS_ GASOLINE,
OILS 1 ETC,_ TO COME
PARTS, THESE
THAT CAN DAMAGE
1
BRAKE
IN CONTACT
CONTAIN
WITH
CHEMICALS
DESTROY PLASTICS,
Assemble Column and Flange Assembly (REF 4) to Base
Assembly (REF 1) using four 8mm x 25mm bolts (REF 5).
NOTE: Before installing drill head assembly, find a permanent location for radial drill press and fasten base
down using Carriage Bolts (REF 96) and Wing Nuts (REF
97) provided.
BE SURE BOLTS PASS ENTIRELY
THROUGH MOUNTING SURFACE. (See Installing Radial
Drill Press section on page 7,)
4
2
Race Lock Shoe (REF 88) from loose parts bag into cast
pocket in Column Head Assembly (REF 83) then slide
Column Head Assembly with Drilt Head Assembly down
onto Column as shown Be very careful to hold Lock Shoe
in place during assembly to prevent it from falling down
inside column Be sure to engage Vertical Rack with angle
on bottom of Column Head Drill head should rotate freely
around column
Slide Worm Pinion (REF 9) into Table Bracket (REF 6) until
shaft extends from hole and teeth engage with Table Lift
Gear (REF 7) Lower Vertical Rack (REF 15) into Table
Lock
Lock
Handle
Handle
Bar
Lift
Lift
Handle
5
Attach one Lock Handle (REF 14) to Table Bracket and
two Lock Handles to Column Head_
6, Attach three Handle Bars (REF 37) into threaded
on head of Feed Shaft Assembly (REF 34)
Table Bracket
holes
f
I
7
Make sure bottom of Spindle Shaft (REF 42) and bore of
Chuck (REF 46) are clean and free of grease
Press
Chuck up onto Spindle Shaft_
NOTE: To avoid damage
until jaws are fully open.
8
to Chuck,
rotate
Chuck
barrel
Using a mallet or a block of wood and hammer, firmly tap
Chuck upward into position onto Spindle Shaft
nNSTALUNG RADUAL DRULL PRESS
WARNING:
BEFORE
USING
MAKE SURE IT IS ATTACHED
PORT
SURFACE
NUTS
PROVIDED.
USING
RADIAL
DRILL
PRESS_
TO A FIRM AND STABLE
CARRIAGE
BOLTS
AND
12 3/4" Fore and Aft Travel
SUPWING
1
Choose an area that allows sufficient clearance to take
full advantage of the Radial Drill Press's lateral, rotational, and tilt motions
2
Bolt Radial Drill Press to a firm and stable surface using
Carriage Bolts and Wing Nuts provided, Be sure bolts
pass entirely through mounting surface and are at least
5/16-18 standard strength_ Tighten all bolts and wing nuts
securely
Head Tilts 45"
C_ockwise and 90"
Counter-clockwise
3/8" Diameter
2 Hotes
360" Rotation
6 1/4"
Use Carriage Bolts and
Wing Nuts Provided
7
CONTROLS
AND ADJUSTMENTS
2.
_
AND POWER
WARNING:
CORD
IS UNPLUGGED
BEFORE
PERFORMING
MAKE SURESWITCHIS IN OFF POSmON
CHECKS= ADJUSTMENTS
I OR SETUP PROCEDURES,
Table Rotation - To rotate table, first loosen Lock Handle.
The table can be rotated from side to side or completely
out from under Spindle Shaft to allow work surface on
base to support workpiece_
On-Off Switch
Depth Stop Adjustment
The ON-OFF switch (REF 59) is located on front of Drill Head
and has operating positions clearly marked_ Push switch up
to turn tool ON and down to turn it OFF. The switch has a
Switch Key (REF 60) that, when removed, allows switch to
be locked in OFF position. To activate locking feature, push
switch to OFF and pull Switch Key out of switch.
Switch Key
When it is desirable to drill holes to an exact depth, the builtin depth stop can be set
1
With Radial Drill Press turned OFF, adjust table height
until driUbit barely touches workpiece at spot to be drilled,
and lock into position
2.
Loosen Depth Stop Butterfly Set Screw (REF 36) and
rotate Depth Gauge Assembly (REF 35) until desired drill
depth on Scale aligns with Pointer on Spindle Housing
(REF 25). Tighten Butterfly Set Screw_
Switch
Butterfly Set Screw
Depth Scale
Pointer
Spindle
Depth Scale
Return Spring
Adjustment
An automatic spindle Return Spring (REF 28) is installed in
Drill Head to return spindle to full up position.
This spring
was preset at the factory and should not be readjusted
unless absolutely necessary.
Adjust Return Spring as follows:
1
Loosen two Nuts (REF 29 & 30) on side of Spring
Assembly (REF 28) about 1/4"
NOTE: Do not remove
these nuts from Feed Shaft (REF 34).
2
Hold Spring Assembly firmly and pull it out away from
side of Drill Head Rotate Spring Assembly until next
notctl engages with cast tab on side of Drill head.
Table Adjustment
1_ Table Height - To raise or lower Table, loosen Lock
Handle on back of Table BrackeL Crank Lift Handle to
raise or lower Table, then lock position with Lock Handle
8
I
spindle speeds are required for different materials,
types and sizes of drills, and different cutting tools
Cast Tab
different
Refer to the V-belt placement illustration on this page fo_ the
five available spindle speeds
Maximum speed is obtained
when V-belt is on largest step of pulley at motor end and
smallest step of pulley at spindle end
Spring
Assembly
/_
Feed Shaf<
))_
_
)
Changing
Speeds
Lock'Nuts
_
3
4
Check operation of Return Spring for proper tension and
full return
Nuts must be tightened before use Be very careful; the
nuts hold Spring Assembly in position and should NOT be
tightened flush against Spring Assembly A small gap is
necessary for proper operation of Spindle Housing Lock
the two nuts together using separate wrenches and make
sure Spindle Housing moves freely up and down
Spindle
WARNING:
DISCONNECT
RADIAL
POWER SOURCE BEFORE CHANGING
DRILL PRESS
SPEEDS,
FROM
1
Open Pulley Cover (REF 48)
2
Position V-belt (REF 73) on desired steps of Spindle
Pulley (REF 19) and Motor Pulley (REF 71) When positioning V-belt, always start by moving the end of the belt
that will go from a larger step to a smaller step first
3
A chart (REF 51) of drill speeds and pulley steps is provided below and inside Pulley Cover for convenience
Speeds
Belt Tension
Your Radial Drill Press has a 1725 RPM motor with five spindle speeds available through a pulley/belt drive The various
Adjustment
NOTE: The Radial Drill Press is shipped with the V-belt
installed, Check V-belt adjustment for proper tension
before use.
PulleyCover
\
1,
Open Pulley Cover (REF 48)
2
Loosen belt tension Butterfly Set Screw (REF 36) located
on right side of Cover Mount (REF 75)
3_ Select speed for drilling operation by referring to Speed
Chart (REF 51) inside Pulley Cover or on bottom of page
Move V-belt to correct position for desired speed
4
Butterfly Set Screw
SPnNDLE SPEED CHART
SPINDLE
MOTOR
9
Push motor towards rear of machine until V-belt sides are
straight between pulleys
Angle Gauge (REF 85) on Column head and full length
scored V groove on Horizontal Tube (REF 81) to set desired
angle Lock in position using Lock Handle When returning
to vertical position, turn Vertical Lock plunger and allow it to
snap down onto Horizontal Tube
When vertical position is
reached, plunger will pop into milled slot on Horizontal Tube
Tighten Lock Handle to lock position
Rotating
Drill Head
The Drill head can rotate 360 degrees around the Column
Take care when mounting Radial Drill Press to allow sufficient clearance for full use of this feature.
Loosen Lock
Handle on left lower area of Column Head. Rotate to desired
Belt Tension
Butterfly Set
Screw
position and lock in place with Lock Handle
NOTE: When properly tensioned, V-belt should deflect
about 1/2" under thumb pressure at mid-point between
pulleys.
5 Tighten belt tension Butterfly Set Screw and close Pulley
Cover
Tilting
Drill Head
Tilt Lock
Handle
The Drill head can be tilted to drill up to 45 degrees clockwise
and 90 degrees counter-clockwise
of vertical
To tilt Drill
head, loosen Lock Handle on right side of Column head and
pull out and turn plunger of Vertical Lock (REF 87)
Use
Rotation Lock
Handle
Moving
Scored
V Groove
Horizontal
Feed Knob
Drill Head In or Out
The Drill head can move in or out along Horizontal Tube
(REF 81) to drill large objects or move between holes without
unclamping workpiece. Loosen same Lock Handle as for tilting Drill head above Use Horizontal Feed Knob (REF 89) to
move Drill head in or out to desired position
Lock in place
with Lock Handle before drilling to prevent drill bit from "walking" along the wotkpiece surface
Lock
Handle
Vedical
Lock
10
Adjusting
Spindle
Perpendicular
to Table
The Radial Drill Press was factory-adjusted and set with
Spindle Housing perpendicular to table No further adjustment should be necessary
However. normal shipping and
handling may have changed the setting
Check and adjust
as follows:
1
DISCONNECT FROM POWER SOURCE!
Never make
any adjustments while the tool is plugged in
2
Be sure the Vertical Lock plunger (REF 87) is engaged in
Horizontal Tube slot (REF 81).
Mount a 3" long precision round steel rod or a large,
straight drill bit into Chuck and place a combination
square on Table
Check alignment between rod and
Table as shown
3
NOTE: Combination
square must be "true,"
accuracy as illustrated below.
Check
for
4
If out of square, loosen two Set Screws (REF 26) that
attach Spindle Housing Assembly (REF 25) to Horizontal
Tube Tilt Spindle Housing Assembly until rod is exactly
90 degrees to Table Tighten both Set Screws
5
Check V-belt tension after this adjustment and readjust if
required
Straight Edge of
Draw Light
_'-.-
Board along
Edge of
Scale
/
Board 3/4"
Must Be Perfectly
Straight
I /
>
Alignment
to Spindle
Flip Square Over to Dotted Position--Edge of
Scale Should Align Perfectly with Drawn Line
of Motor
Pulley
Pulley
Check pulley alignment by sighting between tops of Spindle
Pulley (REF 19) and Motor Pulley (REF 71)
Precision
Steel Rod
11
1
Should they need adjustment, loosen screws on Cover
Mount (REF 75) and turn motor assembly until pulleys
align,
2
Tighten screws and adjust V-belt tension if needed
OPERATaON
Correct
Drilling Speeds
bottomed hole
Be careful NOT to use any SCREW TIP
hand drill bit At even the slowest drill press speeds, this style
will lift the workpiece from the table and could easily cause
injury.
See "Changing
Speeds"
section under "Controls
and
Adjustments" and Speed Chart inside Pulley Cover for correct drilling speeds
Always disconnect tool from power
source before making any adjustments
Care must be taken
when setting speed for any cutting tool or accessory not listed on chart Read and follow any speed instructions supplied
with cutting tool or accessory
Rules for judging drilling
speed for materials not listed in chart are:
Feed bit slowly through wood As bit is about to cut through
bottom surface, slow feed even more to prevent splintering
or a burr to bottom face of workpiece
Always use a piece of
scrap wood under workpiece to reduce splintering and to protect drill bit and work table
Use of clamps or a work vise is recommended
for most
drilling operations
If a method of clamping is not used, brace
back-up material against left side of column to prevent workpiece from spinning
1 A small size drill requires faster cutting speeds than a
larger size
2.
Soft material requires faster speeds than hard material
See "Accessories"
use with this tool.
section for a listing of items authorized for
Drilling
Metal
Although primarily a woodworking tool, this Radial Drill Press
can be used to drill metal. Always firmly clamp or use a
drill press vise bolted to work table when drilling metal.
Drilling Wood
Many types of drill bits designed for drilling or boring wood
can be used with this machine_ Standard high speed twist
drills intended primarily for metal drilling work very well on
wood_ Spur bits, sometimes referred to as forstner bits, are
best for woodworking because they cut a clean-sided, flat
_.
WARNING:
BARE
HAND
NEVER
DURING
HOLD
A METAL
DRILLING.
WORKPIECE
FIRMLY
CLAMP
IN A
WORK-
PIECE TO TABLE OR USE A DRILL PRESS VISE BOLTED TO
TABLE WHENEVER
COULD RESULT
DRILLING
IN PERSONAL
METAL,
FAILURE
TO DO THIS
INJURY,
MAINTENANCE
POWER
AND
WARNING:
should be lubricated periodically with a light machine or penetrating oil Open Pulley Cover and spray a light coat of oil
on Spindle Shaft splines (REF 42) as you move spindle up
and down Avoid getting any oil on the drive belt Also, with
spindle in fully down position, spray a light coat of oil on Quill
(REF 40). A small amount of grease on Table Lift Gear (REF
7) and Horizontal Feed Gear (REF 90) will keep these two
mechanisms moving freely
Wipe excess grease from racks
to prevent dust buildup in teeth
DISCONNECT
POWER
SOURCE
FOR YOUTOOL
OWN FROM
SAFETY_
TURN
OFF
BEFORE PERFORMING
ANY MAINTENANCE.
Periodically clean dust accumulation from machine
Apply a
light coat of paste wax to table, base work surfaces, and vertical and horizontal columns.
This will help to keep them
clean and working smoothly=
All of the ball bearings are packed with grease at the factory
and require no further lubrication The Quill and Spindle Rack
12
ACCESSORUES
Mortising
Kit
Vises and Clamps
Although not designed specifically for mortising, the variety of
possible drill angles and feed lengths with the Radial Drill
Press make possible some formerly impossible operations
Use Sears Model 9 BT 25255 Mortising Chisel Housing and
Model 9 BT 29506 Drill Press Mortising Kit with the accompanying made-to-fit bits available through Sears Catalog and
Retail Stores
Forstner
A large variety of sizes and types of drill press vises and
clamps are available through Sears Catalog and Retail
Stores The work table has slots that will align with most
vises
Bits
A selection of standard size forstnar bits is available to fit the
1/2" capacity chuck of the Radial Drill Press Sears Check
with your local Catalog and Retail Stores
13
CRAFTSMAN
344NCH
RADIAL
DRILL PRESS MODEL
No. 149.213340
REPAnR PARTS
72
71
53
89
7
:
14
34
54
88
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87
14/__
6
30
15
12
17
5
4
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3
14
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CRAFTSMAN
34-iNCH
RADIAL DRULL PRESS MODEL
No. 149.213340
PARTS LIST
REF
NO,
1
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
BEF
NO.
QTY.
PARTNO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
1
51 4910-253-00 i BELTSPEEDLABEL
1
52 4920-050-70
PULLEYC0VER KNOB
1
2
4910-001-951 BASEASSEMBLY (INCLUDES 2 & 3)
4910-001-70 BASE
3
4
4910-252-70
4910-162-70
TIPPINGWARNING LABEL
1
53
ST0511003
810-24 X 3/8" PAN HEADSCREWS
8
COLUMNAND FLANGEASSEMBLY
1
54
ST0551210
810 STARWASHER
1
8
6
1737-200-00
4910-013-70
MR X 25ram HEX HEAD BOLTS
4
55
STD55!010
810 FLATWASHERS
4
TABLE BRACKET
1
56
1789-015-00i 810 RUBBERWASHERS
4
7
4910-014-70
GEARTABLE LIFT
1
57
STD511007
8t0-24 X 3/4" PAN HEADSCREWS
8
4910-015-70
GEARSHAFT
1
58
4920-040q0
SWITCHCOVER
3
1
9
4910-016-70
WORM PINION
1
59
2292-067-00
DPSTSWITCH (INCLUDES60)
1
10
4910-053-70
LIFT HANDLE
1
60
2292-068-00
11
1709-004-00
1
1
61
STD364949
1
62
t708-100-00
SWITCH KEY (ORDERFOR KEY ONLY)
POWERCORD
M5 X 8ram PAN HEADSCREWS
12
BTD541025
M6 X lOmm SOCKETHEADSET SCREW
1/4-20 HEX NUT
!3
1726-050-00
1/4-20 X 1 1/8" STUD
1
14
4910-057-70
LOCK HANDLE
2
86 i
15
4910-164-70
VERTICAL RACK
1
18
4910-012-70
TABLE
17
ST0525010
122"X
18
!784-007-00
PULLEYSET NUT
!9
4910-081-70
SPINDLEPULLEY
2O
1" HEX HEADBOLT
3
3
4910-351-00
WIRE CLAMPS (HEYCO#3355)
RIGHTANGLE BUSHING (HEYCO81327)
65
STD375005
WIRE NUT
1
66
4910-353-70
SWITCH CORD
1
1
1
87
4910-354-00
CABLE TIES
2
1
88
4910-355-00
FULL INSUL FEMALE TERM, 90 DEG FLAG
!
1
80
4910-220-00
MOTOR.EMERSON1/3 HP MAXIMUM
1
STD580100
1/8 X 1" SQUAREDRIVEKEY
I
4910-350-00
2
DRIVESLEEVEASSEMBLY (INCLUDES 21-24)
1
70
21 i4910-094-70
DRIVESLEEVE
t
71
4910-080-70
MOTORPULLEY
1
22
STD315235
1709-125-00
M6 X 6mm SOCKETHEADSET SCREW
1
4910-087-70
2
1
78
23
BALL BEARINGS(6203Z)
SEARINGSPACERCOLLAR
73
STD303590
V-BELT..._
1
4910-031-70
MOTORBRACKET
1
COVERMOUNT
PUSHTEE
1
SPRING
!
5/16-17X I" HEX HEAD BOLTS
6
4910-049-90
24
1695-069-00
EXTERNALRETAININGRING (A-17)
1
74
25
4910-095-70
SPINDLE HOUSINGASSEMBLY
1
75
4910-030-09
281
STD503102
5/16-18 X 1/4" SET SCREWS
4
70
4910-050-70
27
1737-130-00
M8 X 8ram SOCKETHEADSET SCREW
1
77
78
49!0-120-70
ST05231!0
28
4910-123-70
SPRING. CAP, AND RETAINERASSEMBLY
t
29
STD541350
1/2-20 HEX NUT (SPRING.JAM NUT)
1
30
ST0541150
31
1
1
32
1784-200-00
1737-185-00
!/2-20 HEX NUT (SPRING NUT)
MR HEX NUT
MR X 22mm DOGPOINTSET SCREW
1
33
4910-124q0
34
4910-096-70
STOP PIN
FEEDSHAFT ASSEMBLY
1
1
35
4910-062-70
DEPTHGAUGEASSEMBLY
M8 BUTTERFLYSET SCREWS
1
2
3
3
1
36
4910-054-70
37
4910-055-70
3R
4910-056-70
HANDLEBARS
HANDLEBAR KNOBS
39
4910-091-90
QUILL ASSEMBLY (INCLUDES 40-45)
79
80
HORIZONTAL TUBE
1
HORIZONTAL RACK
1
83
4910-020-95
4910-020-09
COLUMN HEAD ASSEMBLY (INCLUDES53.84.85
COLUMN HEAD
1
4910-021-70
ANGLE GAUGE
1
88
1785-050-00
M16 HEXJAM NUT
1
87
4910-059-70
VERTICAL LOCK
1
88
89
1175-000-00 LOCk SHOEWlTH RECESS
4910-051o70 HORIZONTALFEEDKNOW ASSEMBLY
49t0-017-70
STD501002
HORIZONTALFEEDGEAR
1
810-24 X 1/4" SOCKETBETSCREW
1
STD582037
1697-010-00
EXTERNALRETAININGRiNG
t
#4 X 1/4" DRIVESCREWS
4
4910-091-70
41
4910-092-70
QUILL
RUBBERWASHER
1
1
42
4910-093q0
SPINDLESHAFT
I
98
43
ST0315215
gALL BEARING(6201Z)
1
44
STD315225
BALL BEARING(6202Z)
1
93
94
45
1695-062-00
EXTERNALRETAININGRING (A-11)
1
46
4910-190-70
CHUCK AND KEY (WITH EJECTIONPIN)
1
48
49
4920-041-90
PULLEYCOVERASSEMBLY (INCLUDES48-51)
4920.042-70 PULLEYCOVER
4910-045-70 RBBBERBUMPERS
5O 4920-251-00
91
CRAFTSMANLABEL
1
1
2
1
15
13
4910-166-70
4O
47
6
5/16 FLAT WASHERS
4910q61-70
04
85
CHUCK KEY (ORDERFORKEY ONLY)
5/16-18HEX LOCK NBTS
81
82
90
46A 4910-192-70
STD541431
ST0551031
1
1
1
1
4920-250-00
WARNING LABEL/DATA PLATE
1
95
98
4920-252*00
OWNER'S MANUAL
1
ST0533150
5/t6q8
2
97
98
ST0541631
5/16-18WING NUTS
2
2288-000-00
5/32" HEX HANDLE
99
4910-19!-00
3mm HEX HANDLE
1
1
100
1175-001-00
LOCK SHOE
1
X 5" CARRIAGEBOLTS
TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUSE
CHART
TROUBLE
PROBABLE
REMEDY
Noisy operation
1 Incorrect V-belt tension
1_ Adjust tension
2 Dry spindle shaft
3 Loose Spindle shaft or
Motor Pulley
2. Lubricate spindle shaft See "Maintenance"
section
3 Tighten Lock Nut (left hand thread) or pulley
set screw,
Bit burns or smokes
1
2
3
4
5.
Incorrect spindle speed.
Chips not coming out of hole
Dull bit
Feed rate too slow
Bit not lubricated (metal working)
1,
2.
3,
4
5
Change spindle speed
Retract bit frequently to clear chips
Sharpen or replace biL
Feed faster,
Lubricate bit
Excessive ddll bit
runout or wobble
1,
2
3
4
5
Bent bit.
Chuck not properly installed
Bit not properly installed
Worn or loose chuck,
Worn spindle bearings
1
2
3
4
5,
Replace
Remove
Remove
Replace
Replace
Drill binds in
workpiece
1. Improper V-belt tension.
2. Workpiece twisting or moving
3. Excessive feed pressure_
1. Adjust V-belt tension=
2_ Support or clamp workpiece.
3 Reduce pressure and clamp workpiece,
Workpiece torn
loose front hands
1 Not properly supported or
clamped.
1_ Support and clamp workpiece
bit
chuck and install properly.
bit and install properly_
chuck
beadngs
34-BNCH RADBAL DRILL PRESS
Now that you have purchased your Radial Drill Press should a need ever
exist for repair parts or service, simply contact any Sears Service'Center
or most Sears, Roebuck and Co stores, Be sure to provide all pertinent
facts when you call or visit
WHEN ORDERING
INFORMATION:
REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING
• PART NUMBER
• PART DESCRIPTION
• MODEL NUMBER
149o213340
• NAME OFITEM:
34-1NCHRADIALDRILLPRESS
All parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most
Sears stores
If the parts you need are not stocked locally, your order will be electronically transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for handling
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179, U.S.A.
Printed in USA
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