MODEL G0623X/G0623X3 10" SLIDING TABLE SAW OWNER'S MANUAL (For models manufactured since 02/07) G0623X ONLY COPYRIGHT © NOVEMBER, 2007. BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC., REVISED APRIL, 2017 (KB) WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC. #TR9147 PRINTED IN TAIWAN V6.04.17 This manual provides critical safety instructions on the proper setup, operation, maintenance, and service of this machine/tool. Save this document, refer to it often, and use it to instruct other operators. Failure to read, understand and follow the instructions in this manual may result in fire or serious personal injury—including amputation, electrocution, or death. The owner of this machine/tool is solely responsible for its safe use. This responsibility includes but is not limited to proper installation in a safe environment, personnel training and usage authorization, proper inspection and maintenance, manual availability and comprehension, application of safety devices, cutting/sanding/grinding tool integrity, and the usage of personal protective equipment. The manufacturer will not be held liable for injury or property damage from negligence, improper training, machine modifications or misuse. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are: • • • Lead from lead-based paints. Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products. Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber. Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals: Work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles. Table of Contents INTRODUCTION................................................ 2 Manual Accuracy............................................ 2 Contact Info.................................................... 2 Identification.................................................... 3 G0623X/G0623X3 Data Sheets...................... 4 SECTION 1: SAFETY........................................ 8 Safety Instructions for Machinery................... 8 Additional Safety for Sliding Table Saws...... 10 Preventing Kickback..................................... 11 Protecting Yourself From Kickback.............. 11 Glossary of Terms........................................ 12 SECTION 2: POWER SUPPLY....................... 13 G0623X3 440V Voltage Conversion............. 16 SECTION 3: SETUP........................................ 17 Unpacking..................................................... 17 Needed for Setup.......................................... 17 Inventory....................................................... 18 Hardware Recognition Chart........................ 20 Cleanup......................................................... 21 Site Considerations....................................... 22 Moving & Placing Table Saw Cabinet.......... 23 Assembly & Setup........................................ 24 Power Connection........................................ 32 Test Run....................................................... 33 SECTION 4: OPERATIONS............................ 35 Operation Overview...................................... 35 Workpiece Inspection................................... 36 Non-Through & Through Cuts...................... 36 Blade Guard & Splitter/Riving Knife.............. 37 Safety Tips.................................................... 40 Blade Requirements..................................... 40 Blade Selection............................................. 40 Changing Main Blade................................... 42 Changing/Adjusting Scoring Blade............... 43 Rip Cutting.................................................... 44 Crosscutting.................................................. 46 Miter Cutting................................................. 48 Dado Cutting................................................. 49 Rabbet Cutting.............................................. 51 Resawing...................................................... 53 SECTION 5: SHOP-MADE SAFETY ACCESSORIES............................................... 55 Featherboards............................................... 55 Push Sticks................................................... 58 Push Blocks.................................................. 59 Zero-Clearance Insert................................... 60 Outfeed Table............................................... 61 SECTION 6: AFTERMARKET ACCESSORIES FROM GRIZZLY.............................................. 62 SECTION 7: MAINTENANCE.......................... 66 Schedule....................................................... 66 Cleaning........................................................ 66 Unpainted Cast Iron...................................... 66 Lubrication.................................................... 67 SECTION 8: SERVICE.................................... 68 Troubleshooting............................................ 68 Belt Replacement......................................... 70 Blade Tilt Calibration..................................... 71 Sliding Table Parallel Adjustment................. 72 Sliding Table Adjustment.............................. 73 Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade............... 74 Splitter/Riving Knife Mounting Block............. 75 SECTION 9: WIRING....................................... 76 Wiring Safety Instructions............................. 76 G0623X Wiring Diagram............................... 77 G0623X3 7.5 HP 220V Wiring Diagram....... 78 G0623X3 7.5 HP 440V Wiring Diagram....... 79 SECTION 10: PARTS...................................... 80 Cabinet.......................................................... 80 Main Trunnion............................................... 81 Main Motor.................................................... 82 Sliding Table................................................. 84 Tables........................................................... 86 Rip Fence..................................................... 87 Handwheels.................................................. 88 Scoring Trunnion.......................................... 89 Crosscut Table.............................................. 90 Swing Arm.................................................... 91 Miter Gauge.................................................. 92 Crosscut Fence............................................. 93 Labels & Miscellaneous................................ 94 WARRANTY & RETURNS.............................. 97 INTRODUCTION Manual Accuracy Contact Info We are proud to provide a high-quality owner’s manual with your new machine! We stand behind our machines! If you have questions or need help, contact us with the information below. Before contacting, make sure you get the serial number and manufacture date from the machine ID label. This will help us help you faster. We made every effort to be exact with the instructions, specifications, drawings, and photographs in this manual. Sometimes we make mistakes, but our policy of continuous improvement also means that sometimes the machine you receive is slightly different than shown in the manual. If you find this to be the case, and the difference between the manual and machine leaves you confused or unsure about something, check our website for an updated version. We post current manuals and manual updates for free on our website at www.grizzly.com. Alternatively, you can call our Technical Support for help. Before calling, make sure you write down the Manufacture Date and Serial Number from the machine ID label (see below). This information is required for us to provide proper tech support, and it helps us determine if updated documentation is available for your machine. Manufacture Date Serial Number -2- Grizzly Technical Support 1815 W. Battlefield Springfield, MO 65807 Phone: (570) 546-9663 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We want your feedback on this manual. What did you like about it? Where could it be improved? Please take a few minutes to give us feedback. Grizzly Documentation Manager P.O. Box 2069 Bellingham, WA 98227-2069 Email: email@example.com For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual Before Operating Saw a) Wear eye protection. b) Use saw-blade guard and spreader for every operation for which it can be used, including all through sawing. c) Keep hands out of the line of saw blade. d) Use a push-stick when required. e) Pay particular attention to instructions on reducing risk of kickback. f) Do not perform any operation freehand. g) Never reach around or over saw blade. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Identification B C D E F A G H I Figure 1. Main view of machine features and controls. A. Crosscut Table—Provides a wide, stable platform for supporting full-size panels during crosscutting operations. B. Flip Stops—Used for quick measurements for crosscutting. C. Crosscut Fence—Used during crosscutting operations. Features a scale and multiple flip-style stop blocks for precise, repeatable crosscutting operations. D. Sliding Table—Conveniently glides the workpiece through the blade with effortless precision and ease. E. Blade Guard—Fully-adjustable blade guard maintains maximum protection around the saw blade and a 2½" dust port effectively extracts dust from the cutting operation. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) F. Rip Fence—Fully adjustable with microadjustment knob for precision adjustments. Fence face can be positioned for standard cutting operations, or in the lower position for blade guard clearance during narrow ripping operations. G.Switch—Features push-button controls starting and stopping the table saw motor. H. Blade Angle Handwheel—Adjusts the angle of the saw blades. I. Blade Elevation Handwheel—Located on the right-hand side of the cabinet, this handwheel adjusts the height of the main saw blade. -3- MODEL G0623X & G0623X3 10" SLIDING TABLE SAW SPECIFICATIONS Model Number G0623X G0623X3 Product Dimensions 533 lbs Weight Width (side-to-side)/Depth (front-to-back)/Height Foot Print (Width/Depth) 76 x 124-3/4 x 46 in. 25-1/4 x 28 in. 25-1/4 x 28 in. Shipping Dimensions Carton 1 Type Wood Crate Content Weight Machine 570 lbs. 556 lbs. Width (side-to-side)/Depth (front-to-back)/Height 46 x 42 x 44 in. Carton 2 Type Cardboard Content Sliding Table & Fence Weight 118 lbs. Width (side-to-side)/Depth (front-to-back)/Height 67 x 18-1/2 x 10 in. Electrical Power Requirement 230V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz 220V or 440V, 3-Phase, 60 Hz Prewired Voltage 230V 220V Full-Load Current Rating 19A 18A @ 220V, 9A at 440V Minimum Circuit Size 30A 30A @ 220V, 15A @440V Switch Magnetic with Themal Overload Protection “S”-Type, 3-Wire, 12 AWG, 300 VAC Recommend “S”-Type, 4-Wire, 10 AWG, 300 VAC for 220V; Permanent Connection for 440V Plug Included Yes No Plug/Outlet Type L6-30 Recommend L15-30 for 220V; Permanent Connection for 440V Voltage Conversion Kit Not Applicable Requires Part# G440VG0623X3 Recommended Phase Converter Not Applicable G5845 Power Cord Main Motor Type TEFC Capacitor Start Induction Horsepower 5 HP 7.5 HP Voltage 230V 220V/440V Prewired Not Applicable 220V Phase Single 3-Phase Amps 19A 18A @ 220V, 9A @ 440V Speed 3450 RPM Cycle 60 Hz Power Transfer Bearings -4- V-Belt Drive Sealed and Lubricated Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Model Number G0623X G0623X3 Operation Information Main Blade Size 10 in. Main Arbor Size 5/8 in. Scoring Blade Size 3-1/8 in. Scoring Blade Arbor Size 22 mm Maximum Width of Dado 13/16 in. Main Blade Tilt 0 - 45 deg Main Blade Speed 4000 RPM Scoring Blade Tilt 0 - 45 deg Scoring Blade Speed 8000 RPM Cutting Capacities Max Depth of Cut At 90 Deg 3-1/8 in. Max Depth of Cut At 45 Deg 2-1/4 in. Table With Rip Fence Max Cut Width 33 in. Sliding Table With Cross Fence Max Cut Width 78-1/2 in. Sliding Table With Cross Fence Max Cut Length 63 in. Miter Fence Cut Width At 45 Deg 63 in. Table Information Floor To Table Height 33-5/8 in. Table Size Length 27 in. Table Size Width 14-3/8 in. Table Size Thickness 2 in. Table Size With Ext Wings Length 47 in. Table Size With Ext Wings Width 40 in. Table Size With Ext Wings Thickness 2 in. Sliding Table Length 63 in. Sliding Table Width 12-1/4 in. Sliding Table Thickness 3-1/2 in. Sliding Table T Slot Top Width Sliding Table T Slot Height Sliding Table T Slot Bottom Width 5/8 in. 1/2 in. 1-1/4 in. Fence Information Fence Type Extruded Aluminum Fence Size Length 33-1/2 in. Fence Size Width 2 in. Fence Size Height 4-1/4 in. Fence Stops Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 2 -5- Model Number G0623X G0623X3 Construction Materials Table Cast Iron Sliding Table Aluminum Base Steel Body Assembly Steel Cabinet Steel Trunnions Fence Assembly Cast Iron Extruded Aluminum Rails Hardened Steel Guard Plastic Spindle Bearing Type Paint Radial Ball Bearing 6004LLB Powder Coated Other Related Information No of Dust Ports Dust Port Size -6- 2 4, 2-1/2 in. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) SlIdINg SLIDING TABle TABLE SAW CAPACITIeS CAPACITIES Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901 model g0623X3 10" SLIDING SlIdINg TABle SAWSAW MODEL G0623X 10" TABLE SAW MODEL G0623X/G0623X3 10" SLIDING TABLE 78-1/2" 78-1/2" 63" 33" Ripping Width Cross Cut 31-1/2" 78-3/4" 37" 44-1/2" 78-3/4" Miter Cut 45º (push cut) Miter Cut 90º (push cut) 78-3/4" 63" 63" 63" Miter Cut 45º Cross Cut (fence not extended) 48" 31-1/2" 48-3/4" 48-3/4" 50" 44-1/2" 48-3/4" Miter Cut 45º (push cut, fence not extended) Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 63" Miter Cut 45º (fence not extended) 48" -7- SECTION 1: SAFETY For Your Own Safety, Read Instruction Manual Before Operating This Machine The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This manual uses a series of symbols and signal words 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. Always use common sense and good judgment. Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury. 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. NOTICE This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper operation of the machine. Safety Instructions for Machinery OWNER’S MANUAL. Read and understand this owner’s manual BEFORE using machine. TRAINED OPERATORS ONLY. Untrained operators have a higher risk of being hurt or killed. Only allow trained/supervised people to use this machine. When machine is not being used, disconnect power, remove switch keys, or lock-out machine to prevent unauthorized use—especially around children. Make your workshop kid proof! DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS. Do not use machinery in areas that are wet, cluttered, or have poor lighting. Operating machinery in these areas greatly increases the risk of accidents and injury. MENTAL ALERTNESS REQUIRED. Full mental alertness is required for safe operation of machinery. Never operate under the influence of drugs or alcohol, when tired, or when distracted. -8- ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INJURY RISKS. You can be shocked, burned, or killed by touching live electrical components or improperly grounded machinery. To reduce this risk, only allow qualified service personnel to do electrical installation or repair work, and always disconnect power before accessing or exposing electrical equipment. DISCONNECT POWER FIRST. Always disconnect machine from power supply BEFORE making adjustments, changing tooling, or servicing machine. This prevents an injury risk from unintended startup or contact with live electrical components. EYE PROTECTION. Always wear ANSI-approved safety glasses or a face shield when operating or observing machinery to reduce the risk of eye injury or blindness from flying particles. Everyday eyeglasses are NOT approved safety glasses. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) WEARING PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear clothing, apparel or jewelry that can become entangled in moving parts. Always tie back or cover long hair. Wear non-slip footwear to reduce risk of slipping and losing control or accidentally contacting cutting tool or moving parts. HAZARDOUS DUST. Dust created by machinery operations may cause cancer, birth defects, or long-term respiratory damage. Be aware of dust hazards associated with each workpiece material. Always wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to reduce your risk. HEARING PROTECTION. Always wear hearing protection when operating or observing loud machinery. Extended exposure to this noise without hearing protection can cause permanent hearing loss. REMOVE ADJUSTING TOOLS. Tools left on machinery can become dangerous projectiles upon startup. Never leave chuck keys, wrenches, or any other tools on machine. Always verify removal before starting! USE CORRECT TOOL FOR THE JOB. Only use this tool for its intended purpose—do not force it or an attachment to do a job for which it was not designed. Never make unapproved modifications—modifying tool or using it differently than intended may result in malfunction or mechanical failure that can lead to personal injury or death! AWKWARD POSITIONS. Keep proper footing and balance at all times when operating machine. Do not overreach! Avoid awkward hand positions that make workpiece control difficult or increase the risk of accidental injury. CHILDREN & BYSTANDERS. Keep children and bystanders at a safe distance from the work area. Stop using machine if they become a distraction. GUARDS & COVERS. Guards and covers reduce accidental contact with moving parts or flying debris. Make sure they are properly installed, undamaged, and working correctly BEFORE operating machine. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) FORCING MACHINERY. Do not force machine. It will do the job safer and better at the rate for which it was designed. NEVER STAND ON MACHINE. Serious injury may occur if machine is tipped or if the cutting tool is unintentionally contacted. STABLE MACHINE. Unexpected movement during operation greatly increases risk of injury or loss of control. Before starting, verify machine is stable and mobile base (if used) is locked. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Consult this owner’s manual or the manufacturer for recommended accessories. Using improper accessories will increase the risk of serious injury. UNATTENDED OPERATION. To reduce the risk of accidental injury, turn machine OFF and ensure all moving parts completely stop before walking away. Never leave machine running while unattended. MAINTAIN WITH CARE. Follow all maintenance instructions and lubrication schedules to keep machine in good working condition. A machine that is improperly maintained could malfunction, leading to serious personal injury or death. DAMAGED PARTS. Regularly inspect machine for damaged, loose, or mis-adjusted parts—or any condition that could affect safe operation. Immediately repair/replace BEFORE operating machine. For your own safety, DO NOT operate machine with damaged parts! MAINTAIN POWER CORDS. When disconnecting cord-connected machines from power, grab and pull the plug—NOT the cord. Pulling the cord may damage the wires inside. Do not handle cord/plug with wet hands. Avoid cord damage by keeping it away from heated surfaces, high traffic areas, harsh chemicals, and wet/damp locations. EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES. If at any time you experience difficulties performing the intended operation, stop using the machine! Contact our Technical Support at (570) 546-9663. -9- Additional Safety for Sliding Table Saws Serious cuts, amputation, or death can occur from contact with rotating saw blade during operation. Workpieces, broken blades, or flying particles thrown by blade can blind or strike operators or bystanders with deadly force. To reduce the risk of these hazards, operator and bystanders MUST completely heed the hazards and warnings below. HAND & BODY POSITIONING. Keep hands away from saw blade and out of blade path during operation, so they cannot accidentally slip into blade. Only operate at front of machine and always stand to side of blade path. Never reach behind or over blade. BLADE GUARD. The blade guard protects operator from rotating saw blade. Make sure blade guard is installed, adjusted correctly, and used for all possible “through cuts.” Promptly repair or replace if damaged. Re-install immediately after operations that require its removal. RIVING KNIFE. Use riving knife for all “nonthrough cuts.” Make sure it is aligned and positioned correctly. Promptly repair or replace it if damaged. KICKBACK. Kickback occurs when saw blade ejects workpiece back toward operator. Know how to reduce risk of kickback, and learn how to protect yourself if it does occur. FEEDING WORKPIECE. Feeding workpiece incorrectly increases risk of kickback. Always allow blade to reach full speed before cutting, feed workpiece from front of saw, making sure workpiece is flat against table and a fence, miter gauge, or other guide is used to feed workpiece in a straight line. Feed cuts through to completion. Never start saw with workpiece touching blade or pull workpiece from behind blade. Never back workpiece out of cut, move it sideways, or perform a “freehand” operation. Never plunge cut. PUSH STICKS/PUSH BLOCKS. To reduce risk of accidental blade contact, use push sticks/ push blocks whenever possible. In event of an accident, these will often take damage that would have occurred to hands/fingers. -10- FENCE. To reduce risk of kickback, make sure fence remains properly adjusted and parallel with blade. Always lock fence before using. CUT-OFF PIECES. To avoid risk of injury due to blade contact, turn saw OFF and allow blade to completely stop before removing cut-off pieces near blade or trapped between blade and table insert. Never use your hands to move cut-off pieces away from blade while saw is running. BLADE ADJUSTMENTS. Adjusting blade height or tilt during operation increases risk of crashing blade and sending metal fragments flying with deadly force at operator or bystanders. Only adjust blade height and tilt when blade is completely stopped and saw is OFF. CHANGING BLADES. Accidental startup while changing saw blade can result in serious injury. To reduce risk of accidental blade contact, always disconnect power before changing blades. DAMAGED SAW BLADES. Damaged saw blade teeth can become deadly projectiles. Never use blades that have been dropped or damaged. DADO AND RABBET OPERATIONS. Dado and rabbeting operations require special attention since they must be performed with blade guard removed, which increases risk of blade contact. DO NOT attempt dado or rabbeting operations without first reading these sections in this manual. CUTTING CORRECT MATERIAL. Cutting metal, glass, stone, tile, etc., increases risk of operator injury due to kickback or flying particles. Only cut natural and man-made wood products, laminatecovered wood products, and some plastics. Never cut materials not intended for this saw. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Preventing Kickback Protecting Yourself From Kickback Below are ways to avoid the most common causes of kickback: • • • Only cut workpieces with at least one smooth and straight edge. DO NOT cut excessively warped, cupped or twisted wood. If the workpiece warpage is questionable, always choose another workpiece. Never attempt freehand cuts. If the workpiece is not fed parallel with the blade, a kickback will likely occur. Always use the rip fence or crosscut fence to support the workpiece. Make sure the splitter/riving knife is aligned with the blade. A misaligned splitter/riving knife can cause the workpiece to catch or bind, increasing the chance of kickback. If you think that your splitter/riving knife is not aligned with the blade, check it immediately! • Ensure that your table slides parallel with the blade; otherwise, the chances of kickback are greatly increased. Take the time to check and adjust the sliding table to be parallel with the blade. • Do not remove the splitter/riving knife. The splitter/riving knife maintains the kerf in the workpiece, reducing the chance of kickback. • Keep the blade guard installed and working correctly for all through cuts. • Feed cuts through to completion. Anytime you stop feeding a workpiece in the middle of a cut, the chance of kickback is increased. • Never move the workpiece backwards while cutting or try to back it out of a cut while the blade is moving. If you cannot complete a cut for some reason, stop the saw motor and allow the blade to completely stop moving before backing the workpiece out. Promptly fix the condition that prevented you from completing the cut, before starting the saw again. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Even if you know how to prevent kickback, it may still happen. Here are some tips to protect yourself if kickback DOES occur: • Stand to the side of the blade during every cut. If a kickback does occur, the thrown workpiece usually travels directly in front of the blade. • 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. • Never, for any reason, place your hand behind the blade. Should kickback occur, your hand will be pulled into the blade, which could cause amputation. • 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. • Use featherboards or anti-kickback devices to assist with feeding and prevent or slow down kickback. Statistics show that most common accidents among table saw users can be linked to kickback. Kickback is typically defined as the high-speed ejection 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. -11- Glossary of Terms The following is a list of common definitions, terms and phrases used throughout this manual as they relate to this table saw and woodworking in general. Become familiar with these terms for assembling, adjusting or operating this machine. Arbor: The metal shaft on which the blade is mounted. Bevel Edge Cut: A cut made along the edge of a workpiece with the saw blade tilted between 0˚ and 45˚. Refer to Page 71 for more details. Blade Guard Assembly: A safety device that mounts over the saw blade to help prevent accidental contact with the saw blade and to contain flying chips and dust. Refer to Page 37 for more details. Crosscut: Cutting operation in which the miter gauge is used to hold the workpiece while it is cut across its shortest width. Refer to Page 46 for more details. Dado Blade: Blade or set of blades that are used to cut grooves and rabbets. Dado Cut: Cutting operation that uses a dado blade to cut a flat bottomed groove into the face of the workpiece. Refer to Page 49 for more details. Featherboard: Safety device used to keep the workpiece held firmly against the rip fence or table surface. Refer to Page 55 for more details. Kerf: The resulting cut or gap in the workpiece after the saw blade passes through during a cutting operation. Kickback: An event in which the spinning blade ejects the workpiece toward the front of the saw at a high rate of speed. Non-Through Cut: A cut in which the blade does not cut through the top of the workpiece. Refer to Page 36 for more details. -12- Parallel: Being an equal distance apart at every point along two given lines or planes (i.e. the rip fence face is parallel to the face of the saw blade). Perpendicular: Lines or planes that intersect and form right angles (i.e. the blade is perpendicular to the table surface). Push Stick: Safety device used to push the workpiece through a cutting operation. Used most often when rip cutting thin workpieces. Refer to Page 58 for more details. Rabbet: Cutting operation that creates an L-shaped channel along the edge of the workpiece. Refer to Page 51 for more details. Rip Cut: Cutting operation in which the rip fence is used to cut across the widest width of the workpiece. Refer to Page 44 for more details. Splitter/Riving Knife: Curved metal plate located behind the blade. Maintains kerf opening in wood when performing a cutting operation. Acts as a barrier behind blade to shield hands from being pulled into the blade if a kickback occurs. Refer to Page 39 for more details. Straightedge: A tool used to check the flatness, parallelism, or consistency of a surface(s). Thin Kerf Blade: A blade with a kerf or thickness that is thinner than a standard blade cannot be used on this saw. Through Cut: A cut in which the blade cuts completely through the workpiece (refer to Page 36). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) SECTION 2: POWER SUPPLY Availability Circuit Information Before installing the machine, consider the availability and proximity of the required power supply circuit. If an existing circuit does not meet the requirements for this machine, a new circuit must be installed. To minimize the risk of electrocution, fire, or equipment damage, installation work and electrical wiring must be done by an electrician or qualified service personnel in accordance with all applicable codes and standards. A power supply circuit includes all electrical equipment between the breaker box or fuse panel in the building and the machine. The power supply circuit used for this machine must be sized to safely handle the full-load current drawn from the machine for an extended period of time. (If this machine is connected to a circuit protected by fuses, use a time delay fuse marked D.) Electrocution, fire, shock, or equipment damage may occur if machine is not properly grounded and connected to power supply. Full-Load Current Rating The full-load current rating is the amperage a machine draws at 100% of the rated output power. On machines with multiple motors, this is the amperage drawn by the largest motor or sum of all motors and electrical devices that might operate at one time during normal operations. G0623X at 230V, 1-Ph.......................... 19 Amps G0623X3 at 220V, 3-Ph........................ 18 Amps G0623X3 at 440V, 3-Ph.......................... 9 Amps The full-load current is not the maximum amount of amps that the machine will draw. If the machine is overloaded, it will draw additional amps beyond the full-load rating. If the machine is overloaded for a sufficient length of time, damage, overheating, or fire may result— especially if connected to an undersized circuit. To reduce the risk of these hazards, avoid overloading the machine during operation and make sure it is connected to a power supply circuit that meets the specified circuit requirements. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Note: Circuit requirements in this manual apply to a dedicated circuit—where only one machine will be running on the circuit at a time. If machine will be connected to a shared circuit where multiple machines may be running at the same time, consult an electrician or qualified service personnel to ensure circuit is properly sized for safe operation. For your own safety and protection of property, consult an electrician if you are unsure about wiring practices or electrical codes in your area. Grounding Requirements This machine MUST be grounded. In the event of certain malfunctions or breakdowns, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. Improper connection of the equipment-grounding wire can result in a risk of electric shock. The wire with green insulation (with or without yellow stripes) is the equipment-grounding wire. If repair or replacement of the power cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the equipment-grounding wire to a live (current carrying) terminal. Check with a qualified electrician or service personnel if you do not understand these grounding requirements, or if you are in doubt about whether the tool is properly grounded. If you ever notice that a cord or plug is damaged or worn, disconnect it from power, and immediately replace it with a new one. -13- G0623X Circuit Requirements G0623X3 Circuit Requirements 220V This machine is prewired to operate on a power supply circuit that has a verified ground and meets the following requirements: This machine is prewired to operate on a power supply circuit that has a verified ground and meets the following requirements: Nominal Voltage.......... 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V Cycle...........................................................60 Hz Phase............................................ Single-Phase Circuit Rating....................................... 30 Amps Plug/Receptacle........................................L6-30 Nominal Voltage.......... 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V Cycle...........................................................60 Hz Phase..................................................... 3-Phase Power Supply Circuit.......................... 30 Amps Plug/Receptacle...................................... L15-30 Cord........."S"-Type, 4-Wire, 10 AWG, 300 VAC This machine is equipped with a power cord that has an equipment-grounding wire and a grounding plug. Only insert plug into a matching receptacle (outlet) that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. DO NOT modify the provided plug! L6-30 GROUNDED LOCKING RECEPTACLE Grounding Prong is Hooked L6-30 LOCKING PLUG The power cord and plug used on this machine must have an equipment-grounding wire and grounding prong. The plug must only be inserted into a matching receptacle (outlet) that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances (see figure below). GROUNDED L15-30 RECEPTACLE Grounding Prong is Hooked L15-30 PLUG Current Carrying Prongs Figure 2. Typical L6-30 plug and receptacle. No adapter should be used with plug. If plug does not fit available receptacle, or if machine must be reconnected for use on a different type of circuit, reconnection must be performed by an electrician or qualified service personnel, and it must comply with all local codes and ordinances. -14- Current Carrying Prongs Figure 3. Typical L15-30 plug and receptacle. No adapter should be used with plug. If plug does not fit available receptacle, or if machine must be reconnected for use on a different type of circuit, reconnection must be performed by an electrician or qualified service personnel, and it must comply with all local codes and ordinances. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X3 Circuit Requirements 440V Extension Cords This machine can be converted to operate on a power supply circuit that has a verified ground and meets the requirements listed below. (Refer to Voltage Conversion instructions for details.) We do not recommend using an extension cord with this machine. If you must use an extension cord, only use it if absolutely necessary and only on a temporary basis. Nominal Voltage.............................. 440V, 480V Cycle...........................................................60 Hz Phase..................................................... 3-Phase Power Supply Circuit.......................... 15 Amps Connection Type.......... Permanent (Hardwire) A permanently connected (hardwired) power supply is typically installed with wires running through mounted and secured conduit. A disconnecting means, such as a locking switch (see following figure), must be provided to allow the machine to be disconnected (isolated) from the power supply when required. This installation must be performed by an electrician in accordance with all applicable electrical codes and ordinances. Power Source Any extension cord used with this machine must be in good condition and contain a ground wire and matching plug/receptacle. Additionally, it must meet the following size requirements: G0623X............. 3 Wire, 10 AWG, 50 ft. or less G0623X3 (220V) .4 Wire, 10 AWG, 50 ft. or less G0623X3 (440V)...................... N/A (Hardwired) Locking Disconnect Switch Conduit Ground Extension cords cause voltage drop, which can damage electrical components and shorten motor life. Voltage drop increases as the extension cord size gets longer and the gauge size gets smaller (higher gauge numbers indicate smaller sizes). Machine Conduit Ground Figure 4. Typical setup of a permanently connected (hardwired) machine. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce the risk of electric shock. A permanently connected machine must be connected to a grounded metal permanent wiring system; or to a system having an equipmentgrounding conductor. All grounds must be verified and rated for the electrical requirements of the machine. Improper grounding can increase the risk of electric shock! Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -15- G0623X3 440V Voltage Conversion To rewire the machine for 440V operation: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Remove cover of magnetic switch. The Model G0623X3 is prewired for 220V 3-phase operation, but it can be rewired for 440V operation. To complete this conversion procedure, you must buy a 440V magnetic switch and rewire the motor for 440V operation. The 440V magnetic switch, Part P0623X30346A, can be purchased from Grizzly by calling 1-800-523-4777. This rewiring job must be inspected by a qualified electrician before the saw is connected to the power source. Also, the junction box on the motor can be accessed easier for rewiring if the blade is moved to 0˚ (90˚ to table) before beginning. -16- 3. Disconnect all wires from incoming power cords. 4. Remove magnetic switch and install new magnetic switch in same manner as old switch was installed. Refer to wiring diagram on Page 79 if you need help remembering where wires are attached. 5. Remove cabinet cover from back of machine. 6. Rewire motor to 440V as shown in diagram on Page 79. 7. Replace junction box cover, cabinet door cover, and magnetic switch cover. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) SECTION 3: SETUP Unpacking This machine presents serious injury hazards to untrained users. Read through this entire manual to become familiar with the controls and operations before starting the machine! Wear safety glasses during the entire setup process! HEAVY LIFT! Straining or crushing injury may occur from improperly lifting machine or some of its parts. To reduce this risk, get help from other people and use a forklift (or other lifting equipment) rated for weight of this machine. This machine was carefully packaged for safe transport. When unpacking, separate all enclosed items from packaging materials and inspect them for shipping damage. If items are damaged, please call us immediately at (570) 546-9663. IMPORTANT: Save all packaging materials until you are completely satisfied with the machine and have resolved any issues between Grizzly or the shipping agent. You MUST have the original packaging to file a freight claim. It is also extremely helpful if you need to return your machine later. SUFFOCATION HAZARD! Keep children and pets away from plastic bags or packing materials shipped with this machine. Discard immediately. Needed for Setup The following are needed to complete the setup process, but are not included with your machine. DescriptionQty • An Assistant................................................ 1 • Safety Glasses (for each person)............... 1 • Forklift.......................................................... 1 • Lifting Straps............................................... 2 • An Electrician.............................................. 1 • Straightedge 4' (or longer).......................... 1 • Hex Wrenches 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm.......... 1 Each Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -17- Inventory F E G After all the parts have been removed from the boxes in the crate, you should have the items listed below. H I If any nonproprietary parts are missing (e.g. a nut or a washer), we will gladly replace them; or for the sake of expediency, replacements can be obtained at your local hardware store. Inventory Item (Figure 5): Qty A. Table Saw.................................................... 1 A J K L Figure 7. Crosscut table items. Inventory Item (Figure 8): Qty M. Rip Fence Rail............................................. 1 N. Rip Fence.................................................... 1 O. Rip Fence Scale.......................................... 1 P. Rip Fence Lever w/Hex Nut M8-1.25.......... 1 Q. Rip Fence Base........................................... 1 M N Figure 5. Table saw. Inventory Item (Figure 6): Qty B. Large Extension Table................................ 1 C. Small Extension Table................................. 1 D. Hose Support.............................................. 1 C B D Q O P Figure 8. Rip fence items. Inventory Item (Figure 9): Qty R. Blade Guard w/Cap Screw & Lock Nut....... 1 S. Arbor Lock Tool........................................... 1 T. Sliding Table Handle w/Lock....................... 1 U. Push Stick................................................... 1 V. Splitter/Riving Knife..................................... 1 W. End Cover.................................................... 1 X. Wrench 17mm (not shown).......................... 1 Y. Wrench 19/22mm (not shown)..................... 1 Figure 6. Extension table items. Inventory Item (Figure 7): Qty E. Crosscut Fence........................................... 1 F. Support Bar................................................. 1 G. Crosscut Table............................................ 1 H. Crosscut Table Support Leg........................ 1 I. Flip Stops.................................................... 2 J. Lock Lever M12-1.75 x 55............................ 1 K. Flat Washer 12mm...................................... 1 L. T-Nut M12-1.75............................................. 1 -18- S R T U V W Figure 9. Miscellaneous components. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Inventory Item (Figure 10): Qty AA.Miter Clamp................................................. 1 AB.Miter Flip Stop............................................. 1 AC.Miter Handle w/Fender Washer 10mm........ 1 AD.Miter Gauge Fence...................................... 1 AE.Miter Gauge Body....................................... 1 AF. Miter Guide Bar........................................... 1 AB AA AN.Push Handle M12-1.75 x 14......................... 1 —Flat Washer 12mm................................... 1 —Plastic Washer 12mm.............................. 1 —Push Handle T-Nut M12-1.75................... 1 AO.Support Leg T-Slot Plates........................... 2 AP. Sliding Table T-Studs M12-1.75 x 35........... 2 —Flat Washers 12mm................................ 2 —Lock Washers 12mm............................... 2 —Hex Nuts M12-1.75.................................. 2 AC AJ AK AL AD AE AF AP Figure 10. Miter gauge items. Inventory Item (Figure 11): Qty AG.Sliding Table................................................ 1 AH.Sliding Table Support Legs......................... 2 AI. Feet M12-1.75 x 75 w/Nuts.......................... 2 AG AH AI Figure 11. Sliding table items. Inventory Item (Figure 12): Qty AJ. Crosscut Brace Knobs M8-1.25 x 50.......... 2 —Flat Washers 8mm.................................. 2 —Square Nuts M8-1.25............................... 2 AK.Crosscut Fence Knob M8-1.25.................... 1 —Flat Washer 8mm.................................... 1 —Crosscut Fence T-Stud M8-1.25 x 60...... 1 AL.Crosscut Fence Lock Knob M8-1.25 x 25... 1 —Square Nut M8-1.25................................. 1 AM.Pivot Stud.................................................... 1 —Special Washer 8 x 20mm...................... 1 —Square Nut M8-1.25................................. 1 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) AO AM AN Figure 12. Miscellaneous knobs and hardware. Other Hardware (not shown) Qty Cap Screws M10-1.5 x 25 (Extension Tables)... 5 Flat Washers 10mm (Extension Tables)............ 5 Lock Washers 10mm (Extension Tables).......... 6 Set Screws M8-1.25 x 25 (Extension Tables).... 6 Hex Nuts M8-1.25 (Extension Tables)............... 6 Hex Bolts M6-1 x 16 (Fence Scale)................... 2 Hex Bolt M6-1 x 25 (Fence Scale)..................... 1 Flat Washers 6mm (Fence Scale)...................... 3 Lock Washers 6mm (Fence Scale).................... 3 Hex Nuts M6-1 (Fence Scale)............................ 3 Cap Screws M6-1 x 16 (CT Support Leg).......... 4 Lock Washers 6mm (CT Support Leg).............. 4 Flat Washers 6mm (CT Support Leg)................ 4 Button Head Screws M5-.8 x 25 (Switch).......... 2 Flange Nuts M5-.8 (Switch)................................ 2 Cap Screws M8-1.25 x 20 (ST Leg Plates)....... 4 Lock Washers 8mm (ST Leg Plates)................. 4 Lock Nut M10-1.5 (Hose Support)..................... 1 Lock Washer 10mm (Hose Support).................. 1 Cap Screw M10-1.5 x 25 (Hose Support).......... 1 Flat Washers 10mm (Hose Support).................. 2 Button Head Cap Screws M6-1 x 16 (ST Handle)................................................. 2 Lock Washers 6mm (ST Handle)....................... 2 Flat Washers 6mm (ST Handle)......................... 4 Hex Nuts M6-1 (ST Handle)............................... 2 -19- Hardware Recognition Chart USE THIS CHART TO MATCH UP HARDWARE DURING THE INVENTORY AND ASSEMBLY PROCESS. Flat Head Cap Screw 5mm 5mm -20- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Cleanup The unpainted surfaces of your machine are coated with a heavy-duty rust preventative that prevents corrosion during shipment and storage. This rust preventative works extremely well, but it will take a little time to clean. Be patient and do a thorough job cleaning your machine. The time you spend doing this now will give you a better appreciation for the proper care of your machine's unpainted surfaces. There are many ways to remove this rust preventative, but the following steps work well in a wide variety of situations. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions with any cleaning product you use and make sure you work in a well-ventilated area to minimize exposure to toxic fumes. Before cleaning, gather the following: • Disposable rags • Cleaner/degreaser (WD•40 works well) • Safety glasses & disposable gloves • Plastic paint scraper (optional) Gasoline and petroleum products have low flash points and can explode or cause fire if used to clean machinery. Avo i d u sing t h e s e p r o d u c t s to c l e a n m a c hin e r y. Many cleaning solvents are toxic if inhaled. Only work in a well-ventilated area. NOTICE Avoid chlorine-based solvents, such as acetone or brake parts cleaner, that may damage painted surfaces. T23692—Orange Power Degreaser A great product for removing the waxy shipping grease from your machine during clean up. Basic steps for removing rust preventative: 1. Put on safety glasses. 2. Coat the rust preventative with a liberal amount of cleaner/degreaser, then let it soak for 5–10 minutes. 3. Wipe off the surfaces. If your cleaner/degreaser is effective, the rust preventative will wipe off easily. If you have a plastic paint scraper, scrape off as much as you can first, then wipe off the rest with the rag. 4. Figure 13. T23692 Orange Power Degreaser. Repeat Steps 2–3 as necessary until clean, then coat all unpainted surfaces with a quality metal protectant to prevent rust. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -21- Site Considerations Weight Load Physical Environment Refer to the Machine Data Sheet for the weight of your machine. Make sure that the surface upon which the machine is placed will bear the weight of the machine, additional equipment that may be installed on the machine, and the heaviest workpiece that will be used. Additionally, consider the weight of the operator and any dynamic loading that may occur when operating the machine. The physical environment where the machine is operated is important for safe operation and longevity of machine components. For best results, operate this machine in a dry environment that is free from excessive moisture, hazardous chemicals, airborne abrasives, or extreme conditions. Extreme conditions for this type of machinery are generally those where the ambient temperature range exceeds 41°–104°F; the relative humidity range exceeds 20%–95% (non-condensing); or the environment is subject to vibration, shocks, or bumps. Space Allocation Consider the largest size of workpiece that will be processed through this machine and provide enough space around the machine for adequate operator material handling or the installation of auxiliary equipment. With permanent installations, leave enough space around the machine to open or remove doors/covers as required by the maintenance and service described in this manual. See below for required space allocation. Children or untrained people may be seriously injured by this machine. Only install in an access restricted location. Electrical Installation Place this machine near an existing power source. Make sure all power cords are protected from traffic, material handling, moisture, chemicals, or other hazards. Make sure to leave enough space around machine to disconnect power supply or apply a lockout/tagout device, if required. Lighting Lighting around the machine must be adequate enough that operations can be performed safely. Shadows, glare, or strobe effects that may distract or impede the operator must be eliminated. 123" 71" 150" Figure 14. Minimum working clearances. -22- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Moving & Placing Table Saw Cabinet We strongly recommend using a forklift to move this saw. This will greatly reduce the risk of a lifting injury. If a forklift is not available, a minimum of four strong people are required to move the saw off the pallet. The saw can be "walked" off the pallet, then moved into place with a dolly or by sliding it. This machine and its components are heavy. Serious injury may occur if safe moving methods are not followed. Get help when lifting or moving the machine and its components. Use a forklift to reduce the risk of a lifting strain or crushing injury. DO NOT lift the table saw any higher than necessary to clear the floor. Serious personal injury and damage to the machine may occur if safe moving methods are not followed. 2. Lift table saw cabinet and move it to your predetermined location. 3. Remove red lifting bolts from back of table. 4. Place a level on cast-iron table to level table saw cabinet side to side and front to back. This will allow table to slide smoothly. Note: There are three options for leveling the saw: 1) Place it on a mobile base (Grizzly Model G7315Z) and use the mobile base controls to level it, 2) shim under the cabinet, and 3) thread bolts down into the nuts welded on the stand corners (Figure 16). To lift and move the machine: 1. Feed lifting straps around lifting bolts on back of table and sliding table saw mounts on front of cabinet (see Figure 15). Attach the ends of lifting straps to forklift forks Figure 16. Hex bolt in stand corners for leveling; the hex nut is used to secure bolt position. We strongly recommend securing your machine to the floor if it is hardwired to the power source. Consult with your electrician to ensure compliance with local codes. Figure 15. Lifting the table saw cabinet. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -23- Assembly & Setup 4. Put 12mm flat washer, lock washer and hex nut onto bottom of each T-stud and tighten hex nut to secure sliding table in place. Before shipping, the sliding table was installed on the machine and calibrated to the main table and blade. When the sliding table was removed for shipping, the lock nuts on the sliding table mounting brackets were carefully left in position to make re-installation easier. As such, be careful not to move any pre-installed nuts when installing the sliding table. 5. Install small extension table with two M10-1.5 x 25 cap screws, flat washers and lock washers (see Figure 18). The sliding table and extension tables are heavy so you must get help lifting and holding them during the installation process. We recommend using a forklift or four strong helpers to lift the sliding table during installation. To assemble the sliding table saw: 1. Place sliding table on cabinet. 2. On each side of sliding table, slide a T-stud down the center bottom T-slot until it is next to mounting bracket. 3. Lift one side of sliding table, position T-stud over hole in mounting bracket, then lower sliding table so T-stud fits through hole, as shown in Figure 17. Repeat on other side. Mounting Cap Screws Leveling Set Screws Figure 18. Small extension table installed. 6. Thread one M8-1.25 hex nut halfway onto each M8-1.25 x 25 set screws, then thread two set screws where shown in Figure ??, to act as leveling set screws in a later step. 7. Install large extension table with three M101.5 x 25 cap screws, flat washers, and lock washers (see Figure 19). Mounting Cap Screws T-Stud Inserted Through Mounting Bracket Figure 17. T-stud inserted in mounting bracket. -24- Leveling Cap Screws Figure 19. Large extension table installed. 8. Thread four M8-1.25 x 25 set screws with hex nuts where shown in Figure 19, to act as leveling set screws in a later step. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 9. Level top of extension tables even with top of cast-iron table. Using straightedge as a guide (Figure 20), adjust leveling cap screws to align top of extension tables with top of cast-iron table. Tighten hex nuts on leveling cap screws against extension table to lock cap screws when tables are aligned. 11. Mount rip fence rail as shown in Figure 22. Make sure black tab is toward back end of saw. Adjust hex nuts so gap between rail and tables is even, but leave rail slightly loose for now. Black Tab M12-1.75 Hex Nut 12mm Flat Washer Figure 20. Extension wings mounted and even with cast-iron table. 10. Mount rip fence scale to large extension table and cast-iron table (Figure 21) using three 6mm hex nuts, lock washers, flat washers, two M6-1 x 16 hex bolts, and one M6-1 x 25 hex bolt. (The longer hex bolt is used in the cast-iron table.) Secure scale height so it is even with table tops. Stud M12-1.75 x 90 Rail 12mm Lock Washer M12-1.75 Hex Nut T-Nut Figure 22. Rip fence rail mounting. 12. Slide rip fence base on rail, and check spacing between rip fence base and scale bar (see Figure 23). There should be a minimum of 1⁄8" between scale bar and fence base. Adjust mounting position of rip fence rail to create this space evenly along length of scale bar, then tighten rail mounting nuts. Spacing Table Scale Hex Nut Flat Washer Hex Bolt Lock Washer Figure 21. Mounting rip fence scale. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Figure 23. Fence base installed; spacing between fence base and scale bar. -25- Note: The fence should slide smoothly on the rail; if it doesn't, remove the fence base and adjust the spring pressure plate mounting position on the fence base (see Figure 24). 15. Place 12mm flat washer on crosscut table lock lever, then insert it through crosscut fence and thread M12-1.75 T-nut onto end approximately two turns. 16. Align T-nuts on crosscut table with T-slot in face of sliding table, then slide crosscut table into position on sliding table (see Figure 26) and tighten crosscut table lock lever. Spring Pressure Plate Rip Fence Lever Lock Lever T-Slot Figure 24. Location of spring pressure plate for fence slide adjustments. 13. Thread rip fence lever into fence base (Figure 24), tighten hex nut against rip fence base to keep lever in place. 14. Slide rip fence on fence base T-bar as shown in Figure 25. Use two lock levers on opposite side of fence base to secure fence in position. Figure 26. Crosscut table installation. 17. Place crosscut table support leg on extension arm, and attach it to crosscut table with four M6-1 x 16 cap screws, 6mm lock washers, and 6mm flat washers (see Figure 27). Attachment Location Rip Fence T-Bar Extension Arm Support Leg Lock Levers Figure 25. Rip fence installed on fence base. -26- Figure 27. Support leg installed. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 18. Insert two crosscut brace knobs with 8mm flat washers through crosscut table, then thread square nuts onto ends of knob threads (Figure 28, A). Slide T-slot in support bar over both T-nuts, and tighten knobs (Figure 28, B). Support Bar Square Nut M8-1.25 22. Hold crosscut fence against positive stop bolt, shown in Figure 30, then tighten knob underneath crosscut table to lock crosscut fence in position. Note: This positive stop bolt can be finetuned later to ensure that the crosscut fence is square to the blade. Crosscut Table B Flat Washer 8mm Knob M8-1.25 x 50 Positive Stop Bolt A Figure 28. Installing support bar on crosscut table. 19. Slide pivot stud assembly and M8-1.25 x 60 T-bolt into crosscut fence T-slot, as shown in Figure 29. 23. Install flip stops in T-slot on crosscut fence, as shown in Figure 31, and use crosscut fence lock knob to secure extendable end of fence in position. Flip Stops Pivot Stud Assembly ...to T-bolt T-Bolt M8-1.25 x 60 Figure 30. Positive stop bolt against the crosscut fence. Flat Washer Knob 8mm M8-1.25 x 55 Crosscut Fence Lock Knob M8-1.25 x 25 Figure 31. Flip stops installed on crosscut fence. Figure 29. Pivot stud and T-bolt installed in crosscut fence. 20. Align T-bolt and pivot stud with crosscut table insertion points (see Figure 29), and install fence on table. 21. Thread M8-1.25 knob with an 8mm flat washer onto bottom of T-bolt from underside of table. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -27- 24. Remove shipping brace from sliding table (see Figure 32), then install sliding table end cover over fixed part of sliding table end, as shown in Figure 33, using premounted hardware. Shipping Brace 26. Verify that two M5-.8 x 25 button head screws are threaded tightly into magnetic switch mounting bracket. Loosen two attached M5-.8 flange nuts for clearance if needed, then slide mounting bracket and switch into sliding table base T-slot. 27. Adjust switch location, then tighten M5-.8 flange nuts to secure (see Figure 35). Figure 32. Sliding table shipping brace. Magnetic Switch Figure 33. Sliding table end cover installed. 25. Attach sliding table handle, as shown in Figure 34, with two button head screws and flat washers, using premounted hardware. Button Head Cap Screws Figure 35. Magnetic switch attached with flange nuts adjusts for location. 28. Thread feet fully into bottom of support legs. DO NOT remove hex nuts pre-installed on bottom of feet. They will be used to secure feet after legs are installed. 29. Thread two M8-1.25 x 20 cap screws and 8mm lock washers through each support leg and part way into T-slot plates for legs, slide T-slot plates into both ends of sliding table base, and tighten cap screws (see Figure 36). Figure 34. Sliding table handle attached to end of sliding table. Support Leg Figure 36. Support leg installed (1 of 2 shown). -28- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 30. Adjust feet downward so they press against floor, then tighten hex nuts up against support leg so feet are locked in place. 31. Open cabinet door and remove motor shipping brace shown in Figure 37. 34. Insert arbor lock tool into hole shown in Figure 39, rotate arbor until arbor lock tool seats, then install scoring blade, using arbor wrench. There MUST be an arbor flange on both sides of blade. Arbor Lock Tool Figure 37. Motor shipping brace. Figure 39. Installing scoring blade. 32. Tilt blade assembly to 0˚, then slide sliding table forward all the way until you can open lower blade guard cover and access blade arbors. 35. Install splitter/riving knife as shown in Figure 40, but do not tighten mounting bolt yet. 33. Insert arbor lock tool into hole shown in Figure 38, rotate arbor until arbor lock tool seats, then install main blade, using included arbor wrench. There MUST be an arbor flange on both sides of blade. Arbor Lock Tool Figure 40. Installing splitter/riving knife. 36. Adjust splitter/riving knife approximately 1⁄8" away from main blade, using a 1⁄8" or 3mm hex wrench as guide (see Figure 41). Figure 38. Installing main blade. Figure 41. Adjusting the riving knife spacing. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -29- 37. Use straightedge to make sure splitter/riving knife and scoring blade are aligned with main blade. Alignment should be with blade bodies, not the carbide teeth. 38. Install blade guard on splitter/riving knife, as shown in Figure 43, with M10-1.5 x 25 cap screw and M10-1.5 lock nut shipped in blade guard assembly. (Blade guard/dust hood MUST be installed.) —Splitter/riving knife position can be changed by adjusting set screws at splitter/riving knife mounting block. Refer to Page 75 for more details. —Scoring blade alignment can be changed by adjusting set screws accessible through table top (see Figure 42). Scoring Blade Alignment Scoring Blade Elevation Figure 43. Blade guard installed. 39. Assemble miter gauge and push handle as shown in Figure 44. Scoring Controls Lock Push Handle Miter Gauge Figure 42. Access holes for scoring blade adjustment controls. Figure 44. Push handle and miter gauge installed. -30- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 40. Attach hose support to large extension table as shown in Figure 45. 41. Secure 4" dust hose to dust port located under saw table and 2 1⁄2" dust hose to blade guard (see Figure 46). Hose Support 4" Hose 2 1⁄2" Hose Lock Washer 10mm Lock Nut M10-1.5 Hose Support Flat Washer 10mm Large Extension Table Figure 46. Dust hoses attached. Cap Screw M10-1.5 x 25 42. Run 2½" hose over hose support, as shown in Figure 47. Figure 45. Attaching hose support to large extension table.. DO NOT operate this saw without an adequate dust collection system. This saw creates substantial amounts of wood dust while operating. Failure to use a dust collection system can result in short and long-term respiratory illness. Minimum CFM at 5" Dust Port: 625 CFM Minimum CFM at 21 ⁄ 2" Dust Port: 150 CFM Do not confuse this CFM recommendation with the rating of the dust collector. To determine the CFM at the dust port, you must consider these variables: (1) CFM rating of the dust collector, (2) hose type and length between the dust collector and the machine, (3) number of branches or wyes, and (4) amount of other open lines throughout the system. Explaining how to calculate these variables is beyond the scope of this manual. Consult an expert or purchase a good dust collection "how-to" book. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Figure 47. Dust hose placement on hose support. Tip: Connect saw to a single dust collection branch line, using optional accessory shown in Figure 48. 4" Dust Hose T20559 21⁄ 2" x 4" x 4" Y-Fitting Figure 48. Optional accessories for consolidating dust lines. -31- Power Connection Before the machine can be connected to the power source, an electrical circuit must be made available that meets the minimum specifications given in Circuit Requirements on Page 14. If a power circuit has not been prepared for the machine, do that now. To ensure a safe and codecompliant setup, we strongly recommend that all electrical work be done by an electrician or qualified service personnel. To connect the Model G0623X/G0623X3 to power: 1. Open power connection box shown in Figure 49. Power Connection Box G0623X/G0623X3 230V/220V Power Connection Insert the plug into a matching NEMA receptacle, (see Figure 2 for G0623X and Figure 3 for G0623X3 on Page 14). G0623X3 440V Power Connection Hardwire setups require power supply lines to be enclosed inside conduit, which is securely mounted and constructed in adherence to applicable electrical codes. A hardwire setup for this machine must be equipped with a locking disconnect switch as a means to disconnect the power during adjustments or maintenance, which is a typical requirement for lock-out/tag-out safety programs (commonly required by OSHA). Figure 4 on Page 15 shows a simple diagram of a hardwire setup with a locking disconnect switch between the power source and the machine. Due to the complexity required for planning, bending, and installing the conduit necessary for a hardwire setup, this type of setup should only be performed by an experienced electrician. Figure 49. Power connection box. 2. Loosen strain relief on bottom of connection box, then insert incoming power wires into connection box. 3. G0623X: Connect incoming power wires and ground wire to wires in connection box using wire nuts, (see Figure 50), then wrap each wire nut and their respective wires with electrical tape to secure them together. Connect Wires with Wire Nuts Ground Incoming Power Line Figure 50. Model G0623X incoming power wires connected. -32- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X3: Connect incoming power wires to terminals shown in Figure 51. Note: If using a phase converter, connect the manufactured power leg to the #2 terminal to prevent damage. 1 2 3 R S T 4 Ground Incoming Power Line Test Run After the machine has been connected to the power source, the machine MUST be test run to make sure all the controls and safety components function properly before the machine is placed into regular operation. It is extremely important that all steps in this section be followed very closely, in the order given, to ensure that the safety features are tested correctly. Before beginning the test run, review the power controls shown in Figure 52 and Identification on Page 3. Figure 51. G0623X3 power connection terminals. 4. Tighten strain relief on bottom of connection box against power cord (G0623X or G0623X3, 230V/220V) or conduit (G0623X3, 440V)—not directly against power cord or wires—then close cover. Leave a little slack in wires inside box. ON Button STOP Button Figure 52. Main power controls. If the machine does not operate as stated in this section, review the Troubleshooting section on Page 68. If you need additional help, call Tech Support at (570) 546-9663. DO NOT place a machine into regular operation if you suspect that it is malfunctioning, or serious injury could occur. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -33- To test run the saw: 6. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 1. Put on safety glasses, make sure any bystanders are out of the way, and that all tools have been removed from saw. 7. Move sliding table all the way forward, then open orange blade guard (refer to Page 42 for details on accessing and opening blade guard). Opening blade guard triggers limit switch. 2. Push in, then rotate both STOP buttons clockwise until they pop out. This resets switch so machine can be started. 3. Press ON button. Blades should start up and run smoothly without any problems. If any problems occur, immediately press the STOP button. 4. Press STOP button. As main blade comes to a stop, watch the direction that it spins. —The main blade should spin clockwise if you are standing at the front of the machine. If this is true, continue to Step 5. —If the main blade rotates counterclockwise, disconnect the saw from power and exchange wires R & T in the power connection box to change the motor direction (Model G0623X3 only). After exchanging the wires and closing the power connection box, connect the saw to power, and repeat Steps 3–4. 8. Connect saw to power source and rotate STOP button clockwise so it pops out. 9. (During this step, be prepared to immediately press STOP button if blades start operating.) Press ON button. —If the blade guard limit switch functions correctly, the machine will not start. If this is true, continue to Step 10. —If the machine starts during this test, the limit switch is NOT functioning correctly. Disconnect the saw from power, and call Tech Support for advice before proceeding any further with the test run or machine operations. 10. Close orange blade guard and move sliding table back to center of machine. 5. Make sure STOP button is pushed in, then press ON button. —The saw should NOT start if the disabling feature on the STOP button is working correctly. If this is true, continue to Step 6. —If the saw DOES start when the STOP button is pushed in, then the safety feature on the STOP button is not working correctly. Call Tech Support for advice before proceeding any further with the test run or machine operations. -34- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) SECTION 4: OPERATIONS Operation Overview To reduce your risk of serious injury, read this entire manual BEFORE using machine. Eye injuries, respiratory problems, or hearing loss can occur while operating this tool. Wear personal protective equipment to reduce your risk from these hazards. The purpose of this overview is to provide the novice machine operator with a basic understanding of how the machine is used during a typical operation, so the controls/components discussed later in this manual are easier to understand. Due to the generic nature of this overview, it is not intended to be an instructional guide. To learn more about specific operations, read this entire manual, read "how to" books, and seek additional training from experienced machine operators. To complete a typical operation, the operator does the following: 1. Examines the workpiece to make sure it is suitable for cutting. For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual Before Operating Saw a) Wear eye protection. b)Use saw-blade guard and splitter/riving knife for every operation for which it can be used, including all through sawing. c) Keep hands out of the line of saw blade. d)Use a push-stick when required. e)Pay particular attention to instructions on reducing risk of kickback. f) Do not perform any operation freehand. g)Never reach around or over saw blade. 2. Adjusts the blade tilt, if necessary, to the correct angle of the desired cut. 3. Adjusts the blade height approximately 1⁄4" higher than the thickness of the workpiece. 4. Adjusts the fence to the desired width of cut then locks it in place. 5. Checks the outfeed side of the machine for proper support and to make sure the workpiece can safely pass all the way through the blade without interference. 6. Puts on safety glasses and a respirator, and locates push sticks if needed. If you are not experienced with this type of machine, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you seek additional training outside of this manual. Read books/magazines or get formal training before beginning any projects. Regardless of the content in this section, Grizzly Industrial will not be held liable for accidents caused by lack of training. 7. Starts the saw. 8. Feeds the workpiece all the way through the blade while maintaining firm pressure on the workpiece against the table and fence, and keeping hands and fingers out of the blade path and away from the blade. 9. Stops the machine immediately after the cut is complete. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -35- Workpiece Inspection Some workpieces are not safe to cut on this machine or may need to be modified before they can be safely cut. Before cutting, inspect all workpieces for the following: • Material Type:Thismachineisintendedfor cutting natural and man-made wood products, laminate covered wood products, and someplastics.Cuttingdrywallorcementitious backerboardcreatesextremelyfinedustand may reduce the life of the motor bearings. ThismachineisNOTdesignedtocutmetal, glass,stone,tile,etc.;cuttingthesematerials withatablesawgreatlyincreasestheriskof injuryanddamagetothesaworblade. • Foreign Objects: Nails, staples, dirt, rocks and other foreign objects are often embedded in wood. While cutting, these objects can become dislodged and hit the operator, cause kickback, or break the blade, which might then fly apart. Always visually inspect your workpiece for these items. If they can’t beremoved,DONOTcuttheworkpiece. • Large/Loose Knots: Loose knots can become dislodged during the cutting operation. Large knots can cause kickback and machine damage. Choose workpieces that donothavelarge/looseknotsorplanahead toavoidcuttingthroughthem. • Wet or “Green” Stock:Cuttingwoodwitha moisturecontentover20%causesunnecessarywearontheblades,increasestheriskof kickback,andyieldspoorresults. • Excessive Warping:Workpieceswithexcessivecupping,bowing,ortwistingaredangerous to cut because they are unstable and maymoveunpredictablywhenbeingcut. • Minor Warping:Slightlycuppedworkpieces can be safely supported with cupped side facing the table or fence; however, workpiecessupportedonthebowedsidewillrock duringthecut,whichcouldcausekickback. -36- Non-Through & Through Cuts Non-Through Cuts A non-through cut is a sawing operation where the blade does not protrude above the top face of the wood stock, as shown in the Figure below. Figure 53. Example of a non-through cut. Examples of non-through cuts include dadoes and rabbets. Non-through cuts have a higher risk of injury from kickback because the blade guard must be removed. However, the riving knife MUST be installed because it still provides some protection. When making non-through cuts with a dado blade, do not attempt to cut the full depth in one pass. Instead, take multiple light passes to reduce the load on the blade. A dado blade smaller than 10" will require removal of the riving knife, because the riving knife will be higher than the blade. Through Cuts A through cut is a sawing operation in which the workpiece is completely sawn through, as shown in the Figure below. Examples of through cuts are rip cuts, cross cuts, miter cuts, and beveled cuts. The blade guard assembly MUST be used when performing through cuts. Figure 54. Example of a through cut (blade guard not shown for illustrative clarity). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Blade Guard & Splitter/Riving Knife The term "blade guard" refers to the assembly that consists of the guard and splitter/riving knife assembly (see Figure 55 below). Each of these components have important safety functions. Guard To ensure that the splitter/riving knife works safely, it MUST be aligned with and correctly adjusted to the blade. When to Use the Blade Guard The blade guard MUST be installed on the saw for all normal through cuts (defined on owner's manual Page 36). Sometimes the blade guard or its components can get in the way when cutting very narrow workpieces or other specialized cuts. Because the blade guard is provided to decrease your risk of injury, it should not be used if it gets in the way of making a safe cut. Use good judgment! Splitter/Riving Knife Figure 55. Blade guard assembly components. Understanding the Blade Guard The guard encloses the top of the blade to reduce the risk of accidental blade contact and contain flying chips or dust. The guard is designed to lift as the workpiece is pushed into the blade, remain in contact with the workpiece during the cut, then return to a resting position against the table when the cut is complete. When installed and properly maintained, the guard is an excellent tool for reducing the risk of injury when operating the table saw. To ensure that the guard does its job effectively, it MUST be installed and adjusted so that it moves up and down properly to accommodate workpieces and maintain coverage over the blade. Understanding Splitter/Riving Knife In general, the blade guard MUST remain installed on the saw—unless a specific operation requires its removal. If the blade guard is removed for specific operations, always immediately replace it after those operations are complete. When to Use Riving Knife Only Use the splitter/riving knife without the blade guard for any non-through cuts (defined on owner's manual Page 36) or narrow/specialized cuts in which the blade guard gets in the way of a safe cut. Always immediately replace the blade guard when these cuts are complete! When Not to Use Riving Knife If you use a dado blade that has a diameter smaller than 10", the splitter/riving knife will be taller than the top of the blade, which will prevent the cut from being completed. In this case, the only way to complete the cut is to remove the splitter/ riving knife. The splitter/riving knife is a metal plate that prevents the freshly cut pieces of the workpiece from pinching the backside of the blade and causing a kickback. It also acts as a barrier behind the blade to shield hands from being pulled into the blade if a kickback occurs and the operator is reaching behind the blade. (Reaching behind the blade is a major safety risk and should not be done). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -37- Blade Guard Installation & Removal Testing Guard for Correct Operation The blade guard fits over the splitter/riving knife and is secured in place with an M10-1.5 x 25 cap screw and an M10-1.5 lock nut (see "Mounting Screw" in Figure 56). These are the only fasteners that need to be installed/removed when installing or removing the blade guard. After installing the blade guard, you must verify that it functions correctly before making a cut. To test the blade guard operation, lift up the front end about 4" then release it. • If the blade guard freely drops down against the table surface, then it is functioning correctly and is ready for operation. • If the blade guard remains in the position where you released it, or it does not drop down against the surface of the table, then the mounting screw and lock nut are too tight. Loosen it slightly and repeat this test until the guard functions correctly. • If the blade guard feels loose and easily moves back and forth as you raise it, then the mounting screw and lock nut are too loose. Tighten it slightly and repeat this test until the guard functions correctly. Mounting Screw Figure 56. Blade guard mounted to riving knife. When installing the blade guard, the mounting screw and lock nut must be left loose enough that the guard can freely pivot up and down, but not so loose that there is side-to-side play when pivoting. -38- For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual Before Operating Saw a) Wear eye protection. b) Use saw-blade guard and spreader for every operation for which it can be used, including all through sawing. c) Keep hands out of the line of saw blade. d) Use a push-stick when required. e) Pay particular attention to instructions on reducing risk of kickback. f) Do not perform any operation freehand. g) Never reach around or over saw blade. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Splitter/Riving Knife Installation & Removal The splitter/riving knife must be correctly installed, adjusted, and aligned in order to provide the maximum safety benefit. The splitter/riving knife attaches to the mounting block as shown in Figure 57. Always firmly tighten the hex nut when securing the splitter/riving knife in place. Top Distance Minimum 3mm Maximum 8mm Bottom Distance Minimum 3mm Maximum 8mm Figure 59. Allowable top and bottom distances between splitter/riving knife and blade. Once the splitter/riving knife is properly positioned at the correct distance from the blade, verify that it is aligned with the blade by checking the alignment with a straightedge in the top and bottom locations shown in Figure 60. 1 2 3 Top Alignment Figure 57. Installing splitter/riving knife on mounting block. Secure the splitter/riving knife so that the top of it is 1–5mm below the top level of the blade, as shown in Figure 58. Bottom Alignment Figure 60. Checking top and bottom splitter/ riving knife alignment with blade. Minimum 1mm Maximum 5mm Height Difference The splitter/riving knife should be parallel with the blade along its length at both positions and should be in the "Alignment Zone" shown in Figure 61. Alignment Zone Figure 58. Height difference between splitter/ riving knife and blade. The height difference between the splitter/riving knife and the blade allows the workpiece to pass over the blade during non-through cuts (those in which the blade does not cut all the way through the thickness of the workpiece). The splitter/riving knife also prevents the freshly cut sides of the workpiece from pinching the blade and causing kickback. For maximum effectiveness of this safety design, the splitter/riving knife must be positioned within 3–8mm from the blade, as shown in Figure 59. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Spreader or Riving Knife Blade Straightedge Figure 61. Verifying that splitter/riving knife is in the alignment zone behind the blade. If the splitter/riving knife is not aligned or parallel with the blade, refer to Splitter/Riving Knife Mounting Block on Page 75. -39- Safety Tips Blade Requirements Your safety is important. The tips below are intended to supplement SECTION 1: SAFETY. But remember, no safety list can cover every situation. The operator is ultimately responsible for their own safety, as well as the safety of bystanders. Every cutting operation is uniquely different and may require safety equipment or safety procedures not mentioned in this manual. The splitter/riving knife included with this machine is 0.090" (2.3mm) thick and is only designed for 10" diameter blades. Please follow these safety tips EVERY time you use your saw: • Stand to the left of the blade line-of-cut when performing a cutting operation. • Turn OFF the saw and allow the blade to come to a complete stop before removing cut-off pieces. • Make sure that the splitter/riving knife is always aligned with the main blade before cutting! • Always position the blade guard to the correct height above the workpiece. • Carefully plan each cutting operation to avoid injuries. • When you release the sliding table lock, make sure that the knob is positioned so that it will not lock the table during a cut. • Plan your cut to avoid putting your hands near the blade or reaching across the blade. When choosing a main blade, make sure the blade size meets the requirements listed below. The thickness of the blade body and teeth can be measured with calipers or any precision measuring device. Blade Size Requirements: • Body Thickness: 0.079"–0.090" (2.0mm–2.3mm) • Kerf (Tooth) Thickness: 0.122"–0.129" (3.1mm–3.3mm) Blade Selection This section on blade selection is by no means comprehensive. Always follow the saw blade manufacturer's recommendations to ensure safe and efficient operation of your table saw. Ripping Blade Features: • Best for cutting with the grain • 20-40 teeth • Flat-top ground tooth profile • Large gullets for large chip removal Flat Top Blade Figure 62. Ripping blade. -40- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Crosscut blade features: • Best for cutting across the grain • 60-80 teeth • Alternate top bevel tooth profile • Small hook angle and a shallow gullet Laminate blade features: • Best for cutting plywood or veneer • 40-80 teeth • Triple chip tooth profile • Very shallow gullet Alternate Top Bevel Triple Chip Blade Figure 63. Crosscutting blade. Figure 65. Laminate blade. Combination blade features: • Designed to cut both with and across grain • 40-50 teeth • Alternate top bevel and flat, or alternate top bevel and raker tooth profile • Teeth are arranged in groups • Gullets are small and shallow (similar to a cross-cut blade), then large and deep (similar to a ripping blade Thin Kerf Blade: A blade with thinner kerf than a standard blade. Since the spreader/riving knife included with this table saw is sized for standard blades, thin kerf blades cannot be used on this saw unless they meet the Blade Requirements specified in this manual; otherwise, they will increase the risk of kickback. Alternate Top Bevel and Flat Dado Blades Stacked Dado Blade (see below): Multiple blades are stacked together to control the cutting width. Stacked dado blades are more expensive than wobble blades, but typically produce higher quality results. Wobble Dado Blade: A single blade mounted at a slight angle on an arbor hub. The blade angle is adjustable on the hub, and the width of the dado cut is controlled by the angle setting of the blade. Figure 64. Combination blade. Figure 66. Stacked dado blade. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -41- Changing Main Blade This saw performs best with high-quality sharp blades. Whenever the blades become dull, replace or have them sharpened. To change the main blade: 6. Use arbor wrenches to remove arbor nut and arbor flange, as shown in Figure 68, then pull old blade off the arbor. Arbor nut has left-hand threads and loosens by turning clockwise. Arbor Lock Tool 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Move blade tilt to 0° (blade 90° to table) and raise main blade as far as it will go. 3. Move sliding table out of the way to expose lower blade cover that covers blades and splitter/riving knife, as shown in Figure 67. Tighten Loosen Figure 68. Replacing the main blade. Hole for Arbor Lock Tool 7. Install blade as shown in Figure 69, making sure teeth face toward scoring blade. DO NOT overtighten arbor nut. Blade Cover Figure 67. Blade cover made accessible with sliding table moved out of the way. 4. Pull blade cover away from blades to expose mounting assembly. (Blade cover is held closed with a magnet.) 5. Insert arbor lock tool into hole shown in Figure 67, then rotate blade by hand until arbor lock tool seats. Figure 69. Main blade installation and order of assembly. —If you changed the diameter of the blade during this procedure, adjust the splitter/ riving knife according to Splitter/Riving Knife Installation & Removal on Page 75. 8. Move blade cover back into its original position next to blades, then center sliding table. Before proceeding with the next step, wear gloves to protect your hands while handling and installing the blade. -42- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Changing/Adjusting Scoring Blade The scoring blade included with the Model G0623X/G0623X3 has wedge shaped teeth. With this style of scoring blade, the kerf thickness is adjusted by changing the height of the scoring blade. Raising the scoring blade higher increases the kerf thickness. Adjusting Scoring Blade 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Unlock scoring blade controls by inserting 6mm hex wrench into controls lock hole shown in Figure 71 and turning mechanism inside counterclockwise until loose. Alignment Control Height Control Changing Scoring Blade 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! Controls Lock 2. Remove blade guard and move blade tilt to 0˚ (blade 90˚ to table). 3. Move sliding table to side and pull blade cover open. 4. Insert arbor lock tool in table, rotate scoring blade to seat arbor lock tool, and use arbor wrenches to remove arbor nut and scoring blade (see Figure 70). Arbor Lock Tool Tighten Figure 71. Checking and adjusting scoring blade positioning. 3. Place straightedge across body of main blade (not the teeth) and align body of scoring blade to main blade by turning alignment control (Figure 71) with 6mm hex wrench. 4. Adjust height of scoring blade by turning height control (Figure 71) with a 6mm hex wrench, until exposed portion equals kerf thickness of main blade. Loosen Note: The easiest way to match the scoring blade kerf is by laying a straightedge on the table, and placing it up against the main blade teeth and beyond the scoring blade, then adjusting the scoring blade height until its teeth align with the main blade teeth. Also check on the other side of the blades to verify that the kerf thickness matches and the scoring blade is aligned with the main blade. 5. Tighten controls lock. 6. Move blade cover back into its original position next to blades, then center sliding table. Figure 70. Removing/installing scoring blade. 5. Install new scoring blade as shown in Figure 70, tighten arbor nut, and adjust scoring blade alignment and height as necessary. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 7. Perform test cut and check for chip out on underside of test piece. If there is chip out, make adjustments necessary to match kerfs. -43- Rip Cutting This saw has the capability of rip cutting large panels (Figure 72). The sliding table removes the burden of sliding a large and heavy panel over a stationary table surface. 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 w/Sliding Table.” • To use the machine as a traditional table saw, skip ahead to “Rip Cutting w/Rip Fence.” Rip Cutting with Sliding Table 1. Install crosscut fence on crosscut table, and rotate it until fence touches 90° stop bolt (Figure 74). 90° Stop Bolt Figure 72. Rip cutting with the sliding table. This saw also has the capability of rip cutting smaller boards, using the machine as a traditional table saw (Figure 73). Smaller, lighter boards are easier to slide across the stationary cast iron table surface to the right of the saw blade. Figure 74. Crosscut fence mounting locations. 2. Check to make sure fence is at 90˚ and, if necessary, adjust it as described in Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade on Page 74. 3. Slide fence so plastic block on end is next to blade teeth—this calibrates scale to zero— then tighten lock knob. Note: Avoid cutting the plastic block on the end of the fence. 4. Set flip stop to desired width-of-cut. 5. Position blade guard to correct height for your workpiece. Figure 73. Traditional rip cutting. 6. Load workpiece onto table saw. Set up should look similar to Figure 72. 7. Take all necessary safety precautions, then perform cutting operation. -44- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Rip Cutting with Rip Fence 1. Slide crosscut table out of the way. 2. Lock sliding table into a stationary position (see Figure 75). Note: The table will only lock in place when it is centered with the saw cabinet. 4. Slide leading end of rip fence so it is even with center of main saw blade as shown in Figure 77. Note: This technique allows the finished cutoff piece to “fall” away from the blade when the cutting operation is complete; reducing the possibility of kickback. Table Lock Figure 77. Rip fence even with center of blade (blade guard removed for clarity). Figure 75. Sliding table lock. 5. Tighten lock handles (Figure 78) to secure rip fence against base. 3. Place fence in vertical position for larger workpieces, or in horizontal position for angled cuts and for small workpieces (see Figure 76). Vertical Horizontal Figure 76. Rip fence positions. Lock Handles Lock Lever Figure 78. Rip fence micro-adjusting controls. 6. Pull up lock lever to loosen fence base on rail, position fence at correct distance away from blade (as needed for cut), then push down lock lever to lock fence base in position. 7. Take all necessary safety precautions, then make cut as you would with a traditional table saw. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -45- Crosscutting Additionally, this machine has the capability of crosscutting workpieces while using the rip fence as a cut-off gauge (Figure 81). The Model G0623X/G0623X3 can crosscut fullsize panels with the fence in the forward or rear position, although it is easier to load full-size panels with the crosscut fence mounted in the forward position (see Figure 79). Forward Mounted Crosscut Fence Figure 81. Crosscutting workpieces using the rip fence as a cut-off gauge. Determine which cutting operation will be best suited for the workpiece to be crosscut. Figure 79. Crosscutting full-size panel. Mounting the crosscut fence in the rear position (Figure 80) gives greater stability for crosscutting smaller panels. Rear Mounted Crosscut Fence —If you will be crosscutting full-size panels, then skip ahead to Crosscutting Full-Size Panels. —If you will be crosscutting smaller panels, then skip ahead to Crosscutting Smaller Panels. —If you will be crosscutting workpieces using the rip fence as a cut-off gauge, then skip ahead to Crosscutting Using Rip Fence as a Cut-Off Gauge. Figure 80. Crosscutting smaller panels. -46- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Crosscutting Full-Size Panels 1. Install crosscut fence in forward mounting location shown in Figure 82 and lock it in place. 2. Check to make sure fence is at 90˚ and adjust it as described in Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade on Page 74 if necessary. Rear Mounting Location 4. Load workpiece onto table saw. Setup should look similar to Figure 80. 5. Once all necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform cutting operation. Crosscutting Using Rip Fence as a Cut-Off Gauge 1. Install crosscut fence in rear mounting points shown in Figure 82 and lock it in place. 2. Check to make sure fence is at 90˚ and adjust it as described in Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade on Page 74 if necessary. 3. Position rip fence for desired width. 4. Load workpiece onto table saw. Setup should look similar to Figure 81. Forward Mounting Location Figure 82. Crosscut fence mounting points. 5. Slide leading end of rip fence behind front edge of blade as shown in Figure 83. (This step is critical to reduce the risk of blade binding and kickback.) 3. Set either flip stop to desired width-of-cut. Note: Extend the crosscut fence slide if the workpiece is more than 74". Rip Fence 4. Load workpiece onto table saw. Setup should look similar to Figure 79. 5. Once all necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform cutting operation. Crosscutting Smaller Panels 1. Install crosscut fence in rear mounting points shown in Figure 82 and lock it in place. 2. Check to make sure fence is at 90˚ and adjust it as described in Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade on Page 74 if necessary. Front Edge of Blade Leading Edge of Rip Fence Figure 83. Correct rip fence position when using it as a cut-off gauge. 6. Take all necessary safety precautions, then perform cutting operation. 3. Set either flip stop to desired width-of-cut. Note: Extend the crosscut fence slide if the workpiece is more than 74". Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -47- Miter Cutting The crosscut fence allows miter cuts from 0˚ through 135˚. The table mounted miter scale has a resolution of 1˚. To perform a miter cut: 3. Rotate fence to desired angle and lock it in place. 4. Position flip stop according to length of workpiece you want to cut off to the left of the blade. 5. Load workpiece onto table saw. Setup should look similar to Figure 85. 1. Slide crosscut table to front edge of sliding table and lock it in place. 2. Place crosscut fence center stud in left or right stud hole of crosscut table. Fence can be installed as shown in Figure 84 for 90˚ to 135˚ cuts, or as shown in Figure 85 for 0˚ to 90˚ cuts. Figure 85. Example of miter cutting operation. 6. Once all necessary safety precautions have been taken, perform cutting operation. Figure 84. Fence set-up for 90˚ to 135˚ cuts. -48- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Dado Cutting Installing Dado Blade 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! Commonly used in furniture joinery, a dado is a straight channel cut in the face of the workpiece. Dadoes are "non-through" cuts that can be made with a dado blade or a standard saw blade. The Figure below shows a cutaway view of a dado cut being made with a dado blade. 2. Move sliding table out of the way to expose lower blade cover. 3. Remove standard blade. To loosen arbor nut, insert arbor lock tool that came with saw and turn arbor nut clockwise (it has left-hand threads). 4. Remove spacer block installed on arbor behind standard blade you removed in Step 3. Spacer block is not used when dado blades are installed (see Figure 88). Dado Blade Fence Workpiece Spacer Block Figure 86. Example of a dado being cut with a dado blade. This saw can only accept a dado blade with 5 ⁄ 8" arbor hole and maximum width of 13 ⁄ 16". If you have any doubts or questions about the size of dado blade you want to install, call our Technical Support before proceeding. In order to install a dado blade, the scoring blade should be removed and a zero-clearance table insert must be made specifically for the dado blade you will install (see Figure 87). Refer to Zero-Clearance Insert on Page 60 for instructions on how to do this. Figure 88. Dado blade installed on saw with new zero-clearance table insert. 5. Assemble/adjust dado blade system to desired width of cut, according to dado blade manufacturer’s instructions. 6. Install dado blade on arbor shaft, as shown in Figure 89. Dado Blade Shop-Made Zero-Clearance Table Insert Figure 89. Installing a dado blade. Figure 87. Dado blade raised into shop-made zero-clearance table insert. If you plan on making dadoes at varying widths, we strongly recommend making a zero-clearance table insert for each thickness of dado blade that will be used. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) DO NOT make through cuts with a dado blade. Dado blades are only intended for non-through cuts. Failure to heed this warning could result in serious injury. -49- Cutting Dadoes with a Dado Blade Because dado blades are much wider than standard blades, they place a greater amount of force against the workpiece when cutting. This additional force increases the risk of kickback, requiring the operator to take additional steps when cutting to keep their injury risk at an acceptable level. Cutting Dadoes with a Standard Blade A ripping blade is typically the best blade to use for cutting dadoes when using a standard blade because it removes sawdust very efficiently. See Page 44 for blade details. To use a standard saw blade to cut dadoes: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! Dado blades have a higher risk of kickback than normal blades because their larger size applies stronger forces to the workpiece. This risk increases relative to the depth and width of the cut. To minimize your risk of serious personal injury, ensure that stock is flat and straight, and make multiple light cuts (rather than one deep cut) to achieve the desired cutting depth. The Figure below demonstrates the sequential process of making multiple, light cuts that get progressively deeper. The actual number of cuts used should be determined by workpiece hardness, total dado depth, and feed rate. In general, if you hear the motor slow down during the cut, you are cutting too deep or feeding too fast. Dado Blade 3. Raise blade up to desired depth of cut (depth of dado channel desired). 4. Set saw up for type of cut you need to make, depending on if it is a rip cut (Page 44) or crosscut (Page 46). 5. Align blade to cut one of the dado sides, as shown in Figure 91. Cut 1 Cut 1 Fence Workpiece 2. Mark width of dado cut on workpiece. Include marks on edge of workpiece so cut path can be aligned when workpiece is lying on table. Workpiece Blade Fence Figure 91. First cut for a single-blade dado. Cut 2 Fence Workpiece Cut 3 Workpiece Fence Finished Dado Cut Workpiece Fence Figure 90. Example of dado being cut with multiple light cuts, instead of one deep cut. -50- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 6. Reconnect saw to power source and turn saw ON. Allow blade to reach full speed, then perform cutting operation. Rabbet Cutting 7. Repeat cutting operation on other side of dado channel, as in Figure 92. Commonly used in furniture joinery, a rabbet is an L-shaped groove cut in the edge of the workpiece. Rabbets can be cut with either a dado blade or a standard saw blade. Cut 2 Blade Workpiece Fence Figure 92. Second cut for a single-blade dado. 8. Make additional cuts in center of dado to clear out necessary material. The dado is complete when channel is completely cleared out. Rabbet cutting on the edge of the workpiece with a dado blade requires a sacrificial fence (Figure 94). Make the sacrificial fence the same length as the fence and 3⁄4" thick. Attach it to the fence with screws or clamps, making sure they are all secure and tight. Raise the blade into the sacrificial fence to the height needed. Rip Fence Sacrificial Fence Dado Insert Blade Cut-Out Cuts 3+ Workpiece Fence Figure 93. Successive cuts in the middle to complete the dado. Figure 94. Sacrificial fence. Dado blades have a higher risk of kickback than normal blades because their larger size applies stronger forces to the workpiece. This risk increases relative to the depth and width of the cut. To minimize your risk of serious personal injury, ensure that stock is flat and straight, and make multiple light cuts (rather than one deep cut) to achieve the desired cutting depth. Always use push sticks, featherboards, push paddles and other safety accessories whenever possible to increase safety and control during operations which require that the blade guard to be removed from the saw. ALWAYS replace the blade guard after dadoing is complete. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -51- 1. DISCONNECT THE SAW FROM POWER! 2. Adjust dado blade to height needed for rabbeting operation. When cutting deep rabbets, take more than one pass to reduce risk of kickback. 3. Raise blade up to desired depth of cut (depth of rabbet channel desired). 4. Adjust fence so blade is aligned with inside of your rabbet channel as shown in Figure 96. 3. Adjust fence and align workpiece to perform cutting operation as shown in Figure 95. Blade Sacrificial Fence Dado Blade Workpiece Workpiece Cutting Rabbets with a Dado Blade Fence Figure 96. Rabbet cutting with a standard blade. Fence Figure 95. Rabbet cutting with a dado blade. 4. Reconnect saw to power source and turn saw ON. When blade has reached full speed, perform test cut with scrap piece of wood. —If the cut is satisfactory, repeat the cut with the final workpiece. 5. Reconnect saw to power source and turn saw ON. When blade has reached full speed, perform test cut with scrap piece of wood. —If the cut is satisfactory, repeat the cut with the final workpiece. 6. Lay workpiece on its side, as shown in Figure 97, adjust saw blade height to intersect with first cut, and perform second cut to complete the rabbet. Cutting Rabbets with a Standard Blade A ripping blade is typically the best blade to use for cutting rabbets when using a standard blade because it removes sawdust very efficiently. (See Page 44 for blade details.) Also, a sacrificial fence is not required when cutting rabbets with a standard blade. Blade Workpiece Fence To cut rabbets with the standard blade: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! Figure 97. Second cut to create a rabbet. 2. Mark width of rabbet cut on edge of workpiece, so you can clearly identify intended cut while it is laying flat on saw table. -52- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Resawing Resawing operations require proper procedures to avoid serious injury. Extra care must be taken to prevent kickback when resawing. Any tilting or movement of the workpiece away from the fence will cause kickback. Be certain that stock is flat and straight. Failure to follow these warnings could result in serious personal injury. Resawing is the process of cutting a thick piece of stock into one or more thinner pieces. Although resawing can be done with a table saw, we strongly recommend that you use a bandsaw instead. A bandsaw is the ideal machine for resawing, and resawing with one is fairly easy and safe. A table saw is not intended for resawing, and resawing with one is difficult and dangerous due to the increased risk of kickback from binding and deep cuts, and the increased risk of injury from having to remove the guard. If you insist on resawing with a table saw, DO NOT do so without using a resaw barrier and wearing a full face shield. The following instructions describe how to build a resaw barrier that can be used with the rip fence when resawing to reduce the risk injury. Note: To determine the maximum resawing height for this table saw, find the maximum blade height, then double it and subtract 1⁄ 8". Making Resaw Barrier The resaw barrier acts in tandem with the rip fence when resawing to provide tall support for the workpiece to minimize the probability of it binding against the blade and causing kickback. Tools Needed: Qty Table Saw...........................................................1 Jointer and Planer........................ Recommended Clamps................................................ 2 Minimum Drill and Drill Bits.................................................1 Components Needed for Resaw Barrier: Wood* 3⁄4" x 51⁄2" x Length of Fence....................1 Wood* 3⁄4" x 3" x Length of Fence.......................1 Wood Screws #8 x 2" . .......................................8 Wood Glue..........................................As Needed * Only use furniture grade plywood or kiln dried hardwood to prevent warping. To build the resaw barrier: 1. Cut your wood pieces to size specified above. If you are using hardwood, cut pieces oversize, then joint and plane them to correct size to make sure they are square and flat. 2. Pre-drill and countersink four holes approximately 3⁄8" from bottom of 51⁄2" tall wood piece. 3. Glue end of 3" board, then clamp boards at a 90° angle with larger board in vertical position, as shown in Figure 98, fasten together with wood screws. #8 x 2" Wood Screw ⁄4" 3 ⁄4" 3 Assembled Resaw Barrier Figure 98. Resaw barrier. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -53- Resawing Operations The table saw motor is pushed to its limits when resawing. If the motor starts to bog down, slow down your feed rate. Motor overloading and blade wear can be reduced by using a ripping blade. Ripping blades are designed to clear the sawdust quickly. Components Needed for Resawing: Zero-clearance Insert..........................................1 Ripping Blade 10"................................................1 Clamps................................................................2 Shop Made Auxiliary Fence................................1 Shop Made Resaw Barrier..................................1 You may experience kickback during this procedure. Stand to the side of the blade path and wear safety glasses or a face shield to prevent injury. To perform resawing operations: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Install rip fence in vertical position. 5. Raise blade approximately 1", or close to half the height of workpiece, whichever is less. Operations requiring the blade guard to be removed increase the risk of accidental contact with the blade. To reduce this risk, use push sticks/paddles and featherboards to keep your hands at a safe distance from the blade throughout the entire cut. Always replace guard after completing the cut! 6. Connect power to saw, turn it ON, and use push stick to feed workpiece through cut using a slow, steady feed rate. 7. Flip workpiece end for end, keeping same side against fence, and cut other side of workpiece. 8. Repeat Steps 4–6 until blade is close to half of the height of the board to be resawn. The ideal completed resaw cut will leave a 1⁄8" connection when resawing is complete as shown in Figure 100. Leaving a 1⁄8" connection will reduce risk of kickback. 3. Place workpiece against rip fence and slide resaw barrier against workpiece. Now clamp resaw barrier to top of the table saw (see Figure 98). Workpiece Resaw Barrier Workpiece Resaw Barrier Rip Fence Fence /8" Connection Table Figure 100. Ideal completed resaw cut. Figure 99. Resaw setup with barrier. 9. Turn OFF table saw, then separate parts of workpiece and hand plane remaining ridge. 4. Lower blade completely below table, and slide workpiece over blade to make sure it moves smoothly and fits between resaw barrier and fence. -54- 1 Auxiliary Fence 10. When finished resawing, remove resaw barrier and re-install blade guard/splitter. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) SECTION 5: SHOP-MADE SAFETY ACCESSORIES Featherboards Easily made from scrap stock, featherboards provide an added degree of protection against kickback, especially when used together with push sticks. They also maintain pressure on the workpiece to keep it against the fence or table while cutting, which makes the operation easier and safer because the cut can be completed without the operator’s hands getting near the blade. The angled ends and flexibility of the fingers allow the workpiece to move in only one direction. 2. Cut a 30º angle at one end of board. 3. Make a series of end cuts with the grain 3⁄8"– 1 ⁄4" apart and 2"–3" long, as shown in Figure 101 (A). Alternatively, start cuts at 2"-3" deep, then make them progressively deeper, as shown in Figure 101 (B). Cuts made across the grain will result in weak fingers that will easily break. 10" (Minimum) 30° A Kerf ⁄16"-1⁄8" ⁄8" 3 1 Making a Featherboard This sub-section covers the two basic types of featherboards: 1) Those secured by clamps to the table or fence, or 2) those secured by a wood runner that mounts in the table saw miter slot. Material Needed for Featherboard Mounted with Clamps Hardwood 3⁄4" x 3" x 10" (Minimum) Hardwood 3⁄4" x 6" x 28" (Maximum)...................1 Material Needed for Featherboard Mounted in Miter Slot Hardwood 3⁄4" x 3" x 10" (Minimum) Hardwood 3⁄4" x 6" x 28" (Maximum)...................1 Hardwood 3⁄8" x (Miter Slot Width) x 5"L ............1 Wing Nut 1/4"-20...................................................1 Flat Head Screw 1⁄4"-20 x 2"................................1 Flat Washer 1⁄4"-20..............................................1 To make a featherboard: 1. Cut hardwood board approximately 3⁄4" thick to size. Length and width of board can vary according to your design. Most featherboards are 10"–28" long and 3"–6" wide. Make sure wood grain runs parallel with length of featherboard, so the fingers you will create in Step 3 will bend without breaking. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 2"-3" Initial Cut 2"-3" B Kerf ⁄16"-1⁄8" 1 ⁄8" 3 Progressively Longer Cuts Figure 101. Patterns for featherboards (top view shown). When complete, the fingers should flex when pushed with moderate pressure. If the fingers do not flex, they are too thick. Note: We recommend using a bandsaw for making fingers because it tends to be safer. A table saw can be used, but it will over-cut the underside of the ends, produce a thicker kerf, and require you to stop the blade half-way through the cut, which can be dangerous. If you are securing the featherboard with clamps, no further steps are necessary. Your featherboard is complete! If you are making a featherboard that mounts in the miter slot, continue with Step 4. -55- 4. Rout a 1⁄ 4"–3⁄ 8" wide slot 4"–5" long in workpiece and 1"–2" from short end of featherboard (see Figure 102). /4"-3/8" Slot 1 1"-2" 4"-5" Figure 102. Slot routed in featherboard. 6. Drill 1⁄4" hole in center of bar, then countersink bottom to fit 1⁄4"-20 flat head screw. 7. Mark 4" line through center of countersunk hole in center, then use jig saw with narrow blade to cut it out. 8. Assemble miter bar and featherboard with 1 ⁄4"-20 x flat head screw, flat washer, and wing nut or star knob (see Figure 104). Congratulations! Your featherboard is complete. 5. Cut a miter bar that will fit in table miter slot approximately 5" long (see Figure 103). Wing Nut Flat Washer Featherboard Tip: Consider making the miter bar longer for larger featherboards—approximately half the length of the total featherboard—to support the force applied to the featherboard during use. (Top View) 3 5" (Side View) 5" /8" 1 /4" Hole Countersink on Bottom (Side View) Miter Bar Flat Head Screw Figure 104. Assembling miter slot featherboard components. Tip: The length of the flat head screw depends on the thickness of the featherboard—though 11⁄2" to 2" lengths usually work. Now, proceed to Mounting Featherboard in Miter Slot on Page 57. 4" Slot Figure 103. Miter bar pattern. -56- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Mounting Featherboards w/Clamps Mounting Featherboard in Miter Slot 1. Lower saw blade, then adjust fence to desired width and secure it. 1. Lower saw blade, then adjust fence to desired width and secure it. 2. Place workpiece against fence, making sure it is 1" in front of the blade. 2. Place workpiece evenly against fence, making sure it is 1" in front of blade. 3. Place featherboard on table away from blade so all fingers point forward and contact workpiece (see Figure 105). 3. Slide featherboard miter bar into miter slot, making sure fingers slant toward blade, as shown in Figure 106. Fence Featherboard Blade Clamp Featherboard Clamp Table Featherboard Workpiece Figure 105. Example of featherboards secured with clamps. 4. Secure featherboard to table with clamp. 5. Check featherboard by pushing it with your thumb to ensure it is secure. —If the featherboard moves, tighten the clamp more. 6. Mount second featherboard to fence with another clamp (see Figure 105), then repeat Step 5 to ensure it is secure. Figure 106. Featherboard installed in miter slot and supporting workpiece for ripping cut. 4. Position fingered edge of featherboard against edge of workpiece, so that all fingers contact workpiece. Slide featherboard toward blade until first finger is nearly even with end of workpiece, which should be 1" away from blade. 5. Double check workpiece and featherboard to ensure they are properly positioned as described in Step 4. Then secure featherboard to table. Check featherboard by hand to make sure it is tight. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Note: The featherboard should be placed firmly enough against the workpiece to keep it against the fence but not so tight that it is difficult to feed the workpiece. -57- Push Sticks Supporting: A second push stick can be used to keep the workpiece firmly against the fence while cutting. When using a push stick in this manner, only apply pressure before the blade; otherwise, pushing the workpiece against or behind the blade will increase the risk of kickback (see "Push Stick Prohibition Zone" in the Figure below). When used correctly, push sticks reduce the risk of injury by keeping hands away from the blade while cutting. In the event of an accident, a push stick can also absorb damage that would have otherwise happened to hands or fingers. Push Stick Prohibition Zone Using a Push Stick Use push sticks whenever your hands will get within 12" of the blade. To maintain control when cutting large workpieces, start the cut by feeding with your hands then use push sticks to finish the cut, so your hands are not on the end of the workpiece as it passes through the blade. Push Stick Store Push Stick Here for Easy Access Supporting Blade Path Feeding: Place the notched end of the push stick against the end of the workpiece (see inset Figure below), and move the workpiece into the blade with steady downward and forward pressure. Push Stick Feeding Figure 107. Using push sticks to rip narrow stock. Making a Push Stick Use this template to make your own push stick. 90º 15 3 /4 " Figure 108. Side view of a push stick in use. Mi nim um Le ng Cut here to push 1⁄4" stock th SIZING: Push stick must be at least 15 3⁄4" long. Use 1⁄2"–3⁄4" thick material. Cut here to push 1⁄2" stock Notch for placing on corners of workpieces ⁄ " Grid 12 Notch to help prevent hand from slipping MATERIAL: Only use hardwood, sturdy plywood, or high-density plastic. Do not use softwood that may break under pressure or metal that can break teeth from the blade! SANDING: Sand edges to remove rough edges and increase comfort. Figure 109. Template for a basic shop-made push stick (not shown at actual size). -58- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Push Blocks The notched end of the push block is then used to push the workpiece the rest of the way through the cut, keeping the operator's hands at a safe distance from the blade. A push stick is often used at the same time in the other hand to support the workpiece during the cut (see "Using a Push Stick" on previous page). When used correctly, a push block reduces the risk of injury by keeping hands away from the blade while cutting. In the event of an accident, a push block often takes the damage that would have otherwise happened to hands or fingers. Push Stick Prohibition Zone Using a Push Block A push block can be used in place of or in addition to a push stick for feeding workpieces into the blade. Due to their design, push blocks allow the operator to apply firm downward pressure on the workpiece that could not otherwise be achieved with a push stick. Push Stick Supporting Blade Path The push block design on this page can be used in two different ways (see inset Figure below). Typically, the bottom of the push block is used until the end of the workpiece reaches the blade. Feeding Push Block Figure 111. Using a push block and push stick to make a rip cut. CAUTION: Bottom of handle must be at least 4" above bottom of push block to keep hand away from blade. Making a Push Block Use this template to make your own push block. Handle for firm grip Figure 110. Side view of a push block in use. Notch for use as a push stick Make push block with 1⁄2"–3⁄4" thick material 4" CAUTION: Only use hardwood, sturdy plywood, or high-density plastic. Do not use softwood that may break under pressure or metal that can break teeth from the blade! ⁄ " Grid 12 /4"–1/2" 1 Lip for pushing workpiece 9"−10" Minimum Length Figure 112. Template for a shop-made push block (shown at 50% of full size). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -59- Zero-Clearance Insert 3. Remove main blade and spacer block behind it (see Figure 113). A zero-clearance insert can be made for the saw in about 30 minutes, and must be made of 3 ⁄4" furniture quality plywood or hardwood. (We recommend making at least 6–12 while you are going through the process, so you have plenty on hand for varying blade widths, heights, or angles. A zero-clearance insert is required if you want to install a dado blade. When a dado blade is installed, the scoring blade and splitter/riving knife are removed—as neither will properly perform their intended function. If you plan to use a standard blade with a zero-clearance insert, additional modifications will need to be made in order to install the scoring blade and splitter/riving knife. If you must use this saw to cut the dimensions of the zero-clearance insert you will fabricate in these instructions, make sure you DO NOT make any cuts while the included table insert is removed. THIS IS DANGEROUS. You must re-install the table insert, reassemble all saw components, and remove all tools before cutting. Figure 113. Original table insert and all necessary components removed. 4. Remove table insert installed on saw. 5. Cut new table insert to exact length of included table insert and 1 1⁄16" wide. 6. Use included table insert as template, as shown in Figure 114, to mark mounting holes on new table insert. (Clamping pieces together while you do this will allow you to ensure hole spacing is exact.) Items Needed Qty Table Saw.......................................................... 1 Drill Press........................................................... 1 Sander................................................................ 1 Drill Bits 7⁄32" and 13⁄32"................................ 1 Each Plywood/Hardwood Piece 14" x 11⁄16" x 3⁄4"......... 1 Bandsaw or Jigsaw (Optional)........................... 1 Clamp (Optional)................................................ 1 To make a zero-clearance table insert: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER 2. Lower main blade all the way, remove blade guard, splitter/riving knife, and scoring blade. After removing scoring blade, reinstall and tighten scoring blade flanges and arbor nut. -60- Figure 114. Marking location for mounting holes in new insert. 7. Use 7⁄32" drill bit to drill holes completely through new table insert. 8. Install 13⁄32" drill bit and use included table insert as guide to set depth stop on your drill press to countersink holes. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 9. Countersink holes you drilled in Step 7 (see Figure 115), so heads of mounting screws can be recessed into table insert when installed. ⁄ " Hole Countersink for Screw Head 13 32 Cutaway View of Drilled Hole 14. Close cover over blade and move sliding table to center of saw. 15. Connect saw to power, start motor, and slowly raise blade into zero-clearance table insert (see Figure 117) only as high as you intend to cut with insert. Dado Blade New Table Insert ⁄ " Hole for Screw Threads 7 32 Zero-clearance Table Insert Figure 115. Countersinking mounting holes. 10. Install blade you will use to cut insert, making sure blade flange is used on front of blade behind arbor nut, then lower blade fully. 11. Test fit new table insert in table, then sand corners or trim ends as necessary to get a precise fit. 12. Mount new table insert into table and check to make sure that it is flush with top of table. If necessary, remove insert and sand top of it down until it will mount up flush with table top (see Figure 116). Standard Blade Slot for Riving Knife Slot for Scoring Blade Figure 117. Zero-clearance table inserts for dado and standard blades. Outfeed Table One of the best accessories for improving the safety and ease of using a table saw is simply placing a large table (outfeed table) behind the saw to catch the workpiece. Outfeed Table Figure 116. New zero-clearance table insert installed to be cut with a dado blade. 13. (This step only for standard blades.) Use bandsaw or jigsaw to cut slots or notches that will allow riving blade to be installed with minimal open space around it. If you plan to use scoring knife, do the same for that blade. (We do not recommend using the scoring blade to cut the slot in the insert because the adjustment screw is inside the cabinet). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Figure 118. Example of outfeed table. -61- SECTION 6: AFTERMARKET ACCESSORIES FROM GRIZZLY Some aftermarket accessories can be installed on this machine that could cause it to function improperly, increasing the risk of serious personal injury. To minimize this risk, only install accessories recommended for this machine by Grizzly. G5562—SLIPIT® 1 Qt. Gel G5563—SLIPIT® 12 oz Spray G2871—Boeshield® T-9 12 oz Spray G2870—Boeshield® T-9 4 oz Spray H3788—G96® Gun Treatment 12 oz Spray H3789—G96® Gun Treatment 4.5 oz Spray NOTICE Refer to the newest copy of the Grizzly Catalog for other accessories available for this machine. 10" Blades H5190—Razor Variable Tooth Carbide 50T H9146—Heavy-Duty ATB Carbide Tip 60T G2804—Commercial Solid Surface Blade 60T H9147—Heavy-Duty ATB Carbide Tip 80T H9360—Commercial Melamine Blade 80T H9148—Heavy-Duty ATB Carbide Tip 100T These blades work especially well for most sliding table saw applications and are manufactured for heavy-duty, industrial use. T21382—Scoring Blade Replacement scoring blade. Measures 80mm in diameter with 22mm arbor hole. Blade is a solid, one-piece wedge-type blade. Kerf width is controlled by changing the height of the exposed portion of the blade from the table. Figure 120. Recommended products for protecting unpainted cast-iron/steel parts on machinery. T23964—Armor Plate with Moly-D MultiPurpose Grease, 14.5 oz. (NLGI#2 Equivalent) Armor Plate with Moly-D is a rich green moly grease that provides excellent stability and unsurpassed performance under a wide range of temperatures and operating conditions. Armor Plate grease is entirely unique due to the fact that the moly in it is solubilized, which provides superior performance to other greases containing the black solid form of molybdenum disulfide. Figure 121. T23964 Armor Plate with Moly-D Multi-Purpose Grease. Figure 119. T21382 Scoring Blade. -62- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) H8029—5-Piece Safety Kit This kit has four essential jigs. Includes two push blocks, push stick, featherboard, and combination saw and router gauge. Featherboard fits 3 ⁄ 8" x 3 ⁄4" miter slots. Made of high-visibility yellow plastic. T20501—Face Shield Crown Protector 4" T20502—Face Shield Crown Protector 7" T20503—Face Shield Window T20451—“Kirova” Clear Safety Glasses T20452—“Kirova” Anti-Reflective S. Glasses H7194—Bifocal Safety Glasses 1.5 H7195—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.0 H7196—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.5 T20502 T20452 T20503 Figure 122. H8029 5-Piece Safety Kit. H2499—Small Half-Mask Respirator H3631—Medium Half-Mask Respirator H3632—Large Half-Mask Respirator H3635—Cartridge Filter Pair P100 Wood dust has been linked to nasal cancer and severe respiratory illnesses. If you work around dust every day, a half-mask respirator can be a lifesaver. Also compatible with safety glasses! H7194 T20451 Figure 124. Eye protection assortment. H4978—Deluxe Earmuffs - 27dB H4979—Twin Cup Hearing Protector - 29dB T20446—Classic Earplugs, 200-pair - 31dB Protect yourself comfortably with a pair of cushioned earmuffs. Especially important if you or employees operate for hours at a time. H4978 T20446 H4979 Figure 123. Half-mask respirator with disposable cartridge filters. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Figure 125. Hearing protection. -63- H4753—Duraline HI/A-T, Melamine & Veneer 80T For chipless cutting of two sided melamine, vinyl, polyester, and kortron. Recommended for thin, low pressure, two-sided laminates and veneer plywood. For thin veneers on flakeboard - fireretardant, laminated (1 or 2 sides), masonite, fiber board, lumbercore, glue-ups, hard/soft woods and chemically impregnated wood. Arbor bore size is 1" and kerf is 0.125".rolling capacity G2795—10" x 24t Stack Dado Set Use these high-precision dado heads on wood, prefinished materials, Formica® and other related products. Fits standard 5/8" arbors and width can be varied from 1/8" to 13/16". Set includes: (2) 24 Tooth blades (4) Chippers (12) Shims: (4) .010" and (8) .020" Blade carrier Figure 126. 10" 80T Duraline HI-A/T saw blade. H4758 & H4759—Blade Stiffeners For smoother, quieter cuts, a single FORREST Dampener-Stiffener is highly recommended for all applications. Made from top-quality saw steel and precision ground to within 0.001" of side runout. Mount one stiffener against the outside of the blade. Figure 128. G2795 Stack Dado Set. H6290—Scissor Lift Table, 330 lb. Capacity This rugged and affordable lifting table allows you to lift stacks of sheet goods right up to the saw table with just the power of your leg and the mechanical advantage of a scissor lift. The table features a hand lever release, fold-down handle, two locking swivel casters, and two fixed casters. Figure 127. H4758 & H4759 Blade Stiffeners for 10" blades. Figure 129. H6290 Scissor Lift Table. -64- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) D4218—Black Flexible Hose 5" x 10' D4212—Black Flexible Hose 21⁄2" x 10' W1318—Wire Hose Clamp 5" W1314—Wire Hose Clamp 21⁄2" W1008—Plastic Blast Gate 5" We've hand picked a selection of commonly used dust collection components for the Model G0764Z. W1008 D2058A—Super Heavy-Duty SHOP FOX® Mobile Base This patented, super heavy-duty mobile machine base is the strongest mobile base on the market. 18" x 241⁄2" minimum and adjusts to 281⁄2" x 331⁄2" maximum.1200 lb. capacity. This base is extremely stable with outrigger type supports and a four wheel system. Weighs 38 lbs. D4218 W1318 Figure 130. Recommended dust collection accessories. T21578—12” Beveled Straight Edges w/ Scale T21579—24” Beveled Straight Edges w/ Scale T21580—36” Beveled Straight Edges w/ Scale These Bevel Straight Edges are made from hardened steel and feature a satin chrome finish and are ground and lapped for straightness and parallelism. Each straightedge offers true right angles for all edges, along with a beveled edge with scale in US standard. Accuracy of 0.001”, and a resolution of 1⁄ 64”. Figure 132. D2058A SHOP FOX® Mobile Base. D2271—Shop Fox® Roller Table Use these versatile roller tables wherever you need extra workpiece support. Features all-steel welded construction and measures 19" x 65" long. Comes with 9 ball bearing rollers and has four independently adjustable legs for any leveling requirement. Adjustable in height from 263⁄8" to 441⁄8". Approximate shipping weight: 62 lbs. 1000 Lb. Capacity! Figure 131. T21578, T21579, and T21580 straightedge. Figure 133. D2271 Shop Fox® Roller Table. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -65- SECTION 7: MAINTENANCE Cleaning Always disconnect power to the machine before performing maintenance. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. Schedule The frequency of maintenance necessary for any machine will always depend on the operating conditions and environment. The schedule below is a basic guideline for keeping your machine in proper operating condition. Always repair any adverse conditions immediately upon discovery. Daily (Ongoing) • Loose mounting bolts. • Worn or damaged saw blades. • Worn or damaged switches or wires. • Any other unsafe condition. Weekly • Clean sliding table surface and grooves. • Lubricate the sliding table ways (Page 67). • Clean the cast iron saw table. • Clean the sliding table roller guideways. • Clean the rip fence. • Clean the rip fence bracket and rail. Cleaning the Model G0623X/G0623X3 is relatively easy. Vacuum excess wood chips and sawdust from the table saw and inside the cabinet. Wipe off the remaining dust with a dry cloth. Use compressed air (make sure to wear safety glasses and a respirator when doing this) to blow dust from between the two sections of the sliding table. If any resin has built up, use a resin dissolving cleaner to remove it. Treat all unpainted cast iron and steel with a non-staining lubricant after cleaning. Unpainted Cast Iron Protect the unpainted cast-iron surfaces on the table by wiping the table clean after every use— this ensures moisture from wood dust does not remain on bare metal surfaces. DO NOT clean cast iron with water or it will rust! Keep tables rust-free with regular applications of products like G96® Gun Treatment, SLIPIT®, or Boeshield ® T-9 (see Page 62 for more details). Monthly • Clean/vacuum dust buildup from inside cabinet and off motor. • Check V-belt tension, damage, or wear. Every 6–12 Months • Lubricate the trunnions (Page 67). • Lubricate the elevation and tilt leadscrews (Page 67). Note: To ensure optimum power transmission from the motor to the blades, the V-belts must be in good condition (free from cracks, fraying and wear) and operate under proper tension. -66- Figure 134. Recommended products for protecting unpainted cast-iron/steel parts on machinery. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Lubrication Bearings: The bearings are sealed and prelubricated; they require no lubrication. Trunnions: Use multi-purpose grease in the trunnion grooves (Figure 136) every 6–12 months, depending on the frequency of use. To grease the blade height trunnion, move the blade height all the way down and smear a dab of grease into the trunnion groove, behind the plate shown in Figure 136, then move the blade up all the way, then down all the way to spread the grease. Leadscrews: Use multi-purpose grease on the leadscrews (Figure 136) every 6-12 months, at the same time you lubricate the trunnions. Wipe the leadscrews clean with a dry rag and brush a light coat of new grease on them with a clean, dry brush. Only grease the area of the leadscrew between the stop nuts. Move the blade height and tilt back and forth to distribute the grease evenly. Sliding Table Ways & Rip Fence Rail: Wipe on a light machine oil (such as Boeshield shown on Page 62) down the entire length of the sliding table steel rods (Figure 135) and rip fence rail. To grease the blade tilt trunnions, move the sliding table out of the way and open the blade guard. Tilt the blade to 90°. From the front of the saw, smear a dab of grease in the front of the trunnion grooves on both sides. Now, tilt the blade to 45° and reach inside the cabinet and smear a dab of grease into the back of the trunnion grooves on both sides. Tilt the blade back and forth to distribute the grease evenly. Sliding Table Way Steel Rod Figure 135. Sliding table ways. Blade Tilt Trunnions Blade Height Trunnion (Grease Behind This Plate) Leadscrews Figure 136. Lubrication locations (table removed for clarity). Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -67- SECTION 8: SERVICE Review the troubleshooting and procedures in this section if a problem develops with your machine. If you need replacement parts or additional help with a procedure, call our Technical Support. Note: Please gather the serial number and manufacture date of your machine before calling. Troubleshooting Motor & Electrical Symptom Possible Cause Possible Solution 1. Rotate clockwise slightly until it pops out/replace it. 2. Ensure power supply is switched on; ensure power supply has the correct voltage. 3. Correct motor wiring connections. Motor connection wired incorrectly. 4. Wait for it to cool down, then it will reset autoThermal overload relay has tripped. matically. If necessary, disconnect power and reset manually by pushing reset button inside switch. 5. Ensure circuit size is suitable for this machine; Wall fuse/circuit breaker is blown/tripped. replace weak breaker. Contactor not getting energized/has burnt 6. Test for power on all legs and contactor operation. Replace unit if faulty. contacts. 7. Check for broken wires or disconnected/corroded Wiring is open/has high resistance. connections, and repair/replace as necessary. Motor ON button or ON/OFF switch is at 8. Replace faulty ON button or ON/OFF switch. fault. 9. Test/repair/replace. Motor is at fault. Machine does not 1. Stop push-button is engaged/faulty. start or a breaker 2. Power supply switched OFF or is at fault. trips. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. Decrease feed rate/cutting speed. Machine stalls or is 1. Feed rate/cutting speed too fast for task. underpowered. 2. Workpiece material is not suitable for this 2. Only cut wood products; make sure moisture content is below 20% and there are no foreign materials in machine. the workpiece. 3. Replace bad belt(s), align pulleys, and re-tension. 3. Belt(s) slipping. 4. Correct motor wiring connections. 4. Motor connection is wired incorrectly. 5. Test by rotating shaft; rotational grinding/loose shaft 5. Motor bearings are at fault. requires bearing replacement. 6. Adjust to correct delay; replace module. 6. Start delay module is at fault. 7. Test/repair/replace. 7. Motor is at fault. -68- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Symptom Possible Cause Machine has vibration or noisy operation. 1. Inspect/replace stripped or damaged bolts/ nuts, and re-tighten with thread locking fluid. 2. Replace warped, bent, or twisted blade; 2. Blade is at fault. resharpen dull blade. 3. Inspect/replace belts (refer to Page 70). 3. Belt(s) worn or loose. 4. Realign/replace shaft, pulley, setscrew, and 4. Pulley is loose. key as required. 5. Tighten/replace. 5. Motor mount loose/broken. 6. Machine is incorrectly mounted or 6. Tighten/replace anchor studs in floor; relocate/ shim machine. sits unevenly. 7. Retighten/replace arbor pulley with shaft and 7. Arbor pulley is loose. thread locking liquid. 8. Replace dented fan cover; replace loose/dam8. Motor fan is rubbing on fan cover. aged fan. 9. Replace arbor housing bearings; replace 9. Arbor bearings are at fault. arbor. 10.Test by rotating shaft; rotational grinding/loose 10.Motor bearings are at fault. shaft requires bearing replacement. Main blade runs (G0623X3 only). Possible Solution 1. Motor or component is loose. backwards 1. Two of the power wires are reversed 1. Exchange wires R & T in the terminal box (3(3-phase version only). phase version only). Operation Symptom Possible Cause Possible Solution Workpiece has burned edges, 1. Sliding table is not parallel to blade. 1. Adjust sliding table parallel with the blade binds, or kicks back. (Page 72). 2. Riving knife is not aligned with the 2. Adjust the riving knife to align it with the main blade. blade. 3. Replace the blade. 3. Blade is warped. 1. Adjust the height of the scoring blade. Workpiece has chip out on the 1. Scoring blade height is incorrect. bottom edge. 2. Scoring blade is not aligned with the 2. Align the scoring blade (Page 43). main blade. 3. Scoring blade kerf does not match 3. Adjust the scoring blade kerf (Page 43). the main blade. Cuts are not square. 1. Sliding table is not parallel to blade. 1. Adjust the sliding table (Page 73). 2. Adjust the rip fence parallel to blade. 2. Rip fence is not parallel to blade. 3. Crosscut fence is not perpendicular 3. Adjust the crosscut fence perpendicular to the blade. to the blade. Fence hits table top when sliding 1. Front rail is too low. across table. 2. Rip fence roller is too low. 1. Raise the front rail. 2. Adjust the rip fence roller. Blade does not reach 90˚, or 2. Blade tilt stop bolts are out of adjust- 2. Adjust the tilt stop bolts (Page 71). blade does not reach 45˚. ment. The rip fence scale is not accu- 1. The rip fence scale is out of calibra- 1. Adjust the rip fence scale so it is accurately rate. tion or was not set up correctly. calibrated with the blade. Handwheels for blade adjust- 1. Shipping braces still attached. ments will not turn or are difficult 2. Lock knob is tight. 3. Gears caked with dust. to turn. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) 1. Remove shipping braces. 2. Release the lock knob. 3. Clean out dust and grease the gears. -69- Belt Replacement Main Belt Replacement 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Tilt blade to 45˚ and lower it as far as it will go. 3. Remove motor cabinet door. 4. Loosen pivot bolt and two adjustment bolts (Figure 137). Note: DO NOT loosen these bolts more than ⁄2" or you run the risk of the motor mount bolts coming out of their holes, which will be difficult to thread back in. Scoring Belt Replacement 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Tilt blade to 45˚ and lower it as far as it will go. 3. Remove motor cabinet door. 4. Pull tensioner away from scoring belt (Figure 138) to relieve belt tension and remove scoring belt from the pulleys. Note: Turn the belt sideways to squeeze the flat part through the small gap between the bottom pulley and the casting. 1 Scoring Belt Adjustment Bolt Pivot Bolt Scoring Belt Tensioner Figure 138. Replacing the scoring motor belt. Adjustment Bolt 5. Put the scoring belt on pulleys as shown in Figure 139, and push tensioner against scoring belt to take up any slack. Figure 137. Main blade belt tension controls. 5. Push and hold motor all the way up to relieve tension on belt, remove bels from top pulley, and squeeze them between lower pulley and casting. = Pulley/Roller = Scoring Belt Tensioner 6. Fit new belts onto pulleys in same manner that you removed old belts. 7. Push down on motor with one hand, and tighten adjustment and pivot bolts with the other hand or have someone help you. The belts should be tight enough that they only deflect approximately 1⁄4" when pushed in the center with your thumb or index finger. Motor Pulley Figure 139. Scoring belt installation configuration. 6. Replace motor cabinet door. 8. Replace motor cabinet door. -70- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Blade Tilt Calibration 45° Stop The blade tilt is calibrated at the factory, but can be recalibrated if it changes during the life of the machine. The 0° stop positions the blade square with the table. 2. Adjust blade angle until you hit the 45° positive stop and check blade angle with a 45° square. 0° Stop 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Move blade tilt to 0° according to gauge, and raise main blade as far as it will go. 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! —If the blade is not 45° to the table, loosen the two set screws that secure the 45˚ tilt stop nut shown in Figure 141. (This nut can also be accessed from the front of the saw by moving the sliding table all the way forward.) 3. Use a machinist's square to check if blade is square to table. —If the blade is not square to the table, loosen the two set screws that secure the 0˚ tilt stop nut shown in Figure 140. 45° Tilt Stop Nut Figure 141. Blade tilt stop nut (45°). 0° Tilt Stop Nut 3. Adjust stop nut and recheck blade tilt as many times as necessary until blade is 45° to table. 4. Tighten two set screws in stop nut. Figure 140. Blade tilt stop nut (0°). 4. Adjust stop nut and recheck blade tilt as many times as necessary until blade is square to table. 5. Tighten two set screws in stop nut. 6. Check blade tilt pointer mechanism to ensure that it points to 0°. —If the blade tilt pointer shows an incorrect tilt, adjust it by loosening the cap screws, rotating the pointer until it points to 0°, then tightening the cap screws. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -71- Sliding Table Parallel Adjustment 5. Rotate blade 180°, move sliding table all the way forward, and measure distance between "B" in Figure ??. 6. Note difference between the two positions. The table is calibrated at the factory, but can be adjusted slightly if it is not parallel to the blade. Tools Needed: Qty Felt Tip Pen.........................................................1 90° Square..........................................................1 Precise Measuring Tool.......................................1 Wrench 17mm.....................................................1 Hex Wrench 5mm................................................1 To adjust the sliding table parallel with the main blade: —If the gap is the same on both sides or the difference is 0.004" or less, no adjustments to the table parallelism need to be made. —If the difference is greater than 0.004", then the sliding table parallelism must be adjusted. Proceed to Step 7. 7. Loosen sliding table mounting nuts (see Figure 143) at both mounting locations. 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Move blade tilt to 0˚ (blade 90˚ to table), and raise main blade up to maximum height. 3. Mark one blade tooth with a felt-tip pen. This will be your reference point when taking measuring points, so you take them in the same location each time. 4. Move sliding table all the way back, and measure distance "A" in Figure 142, between marked tooth and edge of miter slot. Blade Marked Tooth A Miter Slot Marked Tooth B Parallel Adjustment Screw Table Mounting Nuts Figure 143. Table parallelism adjustment controls. 8. At side of the table that needs to move, loosen hex nut on parallel adjustment screw. 9. Slowly rotate parallel adjustment screw (see Figure 143) as necessary to move table. If you move adjustment screw away from table, push table against screw before proceeding. 10. Tighten hex nut on parallel adjustment screw to secure it in place, then tighten table mounting nuts. Repeat Steps 4–6 as necessary until sliding table is parallel with blade. Figure 142. Measuring distance between table and blade. -72- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Sliding Table Adjustment If the adjustment bolts do require adjustments, turning them counterclockwise increases pressure against the steel rails. This reduces table movement slop, which increases accuracy, but makes it harder to slide the table. The sliding table features an adjustment bar with bolts that control how easily the sliding table moves across the base (see Figure 144). These adjustment bolts are factory set. They can only be accessed by removing the end covers from both ends of the sliding table base and sliding the plastic plate out of the way. Turning the adjustment bolts clockwise decreases the pressure against the steel rails. This increases table movement slop, which reduces accuracy, but makes it easier to slide the table. Adjusting this part of the sliding table correctly is a matter of trial-and-error by making adjustments, moving the sliding table, then making additional adjustments. Ultimately, the table must move easily without any slop. Adjustment Bolt Figure 144. Adjustment bolt access location. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -73- Squaring Crosscut Fence to Blade Squaring the crosscut fence to the blade ensures that cuts made with the crosscut fence will be square. This procedure can be done by using a piece of scrap plywood as a test piece and making five test cuts, then adjusting the fence as necessary. 5. Loosen knob on crosscut fence to allow it to pivot (make sure 90° stop bolt remains against fence during adjustments). 6. Loosen hex nut on 90° stop bolt shown in Figure 146, and rotate 90° stop bolt to square crosscut fence. To square the crosscut fence with the blade: 90° Stop Bolt 1. Make sure blade is parallel with sliding table and that crosscut fence is resting against 90° stop bolt (see Figure 146 for locations). 2. Prepare scrap test piece by cutting it to 32" x 32", then number all four sides of test piece. 3. Use crosscut fence to cut 1⁄2" off of each side of test piece, then cut side 1 again (make five cuts total). 4. Measure test piece diagonally from corner-tocorner as shown in Figure 145. Figure 146. Crosscut fence adjustment cam. 7. Tighten hex nut on 90° stop bolt, then tighten crosscut fence knob, making sure block is touching 90° stop bolt. 8. Repeat Steps 3-4. —If both measurements are not within 1⁄16", then the crosscut fence needs to be adjusted. Proceed to Steps 5–8. —If both measurements are within 1⁄16" then no adjustments need to be made. You are finished with this procedure. Figure 145. Fence adjustment test piece. -74- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Splitter/Riving Knife Mounting Block The splitter/riving knife must be aligned with the blade when installed. If the splitter/riving knife is not aligned with the blade, then the workpiece will be forced sideways during the cut, which will increase the risk of kickback. The splitter/riving knife mounts to a block that can be repositioned to correctly align the splitter/riving knife to the blade. The mounting block adjusts by turning the set screws in each corner of the block. Figure 147 shows the set screws associated with controlling the mounting block position. Have patience when adjusting the mounting block, because it requires trial-and-error to perform with accuracy. Mounting Block Face View Top Control Side Control Side Control Bottom Control Figure 147. Splitter/riving knife mounting block adjustment controls. All adjustment and alignment positions for the splitter/riving knife are covered on Page 39 in the subsection Splitter/Riving Knife Installation & Removal; the mounting block should not be adjusted unless you have been unable to mount the splitter/riving knife as instructed by these procedures. Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Qty Tools Needed Straightedge....................................................... 1 Wrench 17mm.................................................... 1 Hex Wrench 4mm............................................... 1 To adjust the splitter/riving knife mount block: 1. DISCONNECT SAW FROM POWER! 2. Raise blade all the way up, move sliding table to side, and open lower blade cover to gain access to splitter/riving knife mounting block. 3. Loosen lock nut that secures splitter/riving knife to mounting block, and remove splitter/ riving knife. 4. Adjust each pair of set screws that controls direction required to move mounting block so splitter/riving knife can be aligned with blade. Make sure to move both set screws in even increments. 5. Reinstall splitter/riving knife and check alignment with blade. Repeat Step 4 as necessary until splitter/riving knife is properly aligned to blade. Note: If you discover that the splitter/riving knife is bent and cannot be properly aligned with the blade, it is possible to bend it into alignment, but make sure that the final result is precisely aligned so the risk of kickback is not increased. If the splitter/riving knife is bent, and you cannot easily bend it back into alignment, we recommend replacing it with a new one. 6. Properly re-install splitter/riving knife as described on Page 39, close blade cover, and move sliding table back to center position. -75- SECTION 9: WIRING These pages are current at the time of printing. However, in the spirit of improvement, we may make changes to the electrical systems of future machines. Compare the manufacture date of your machine to the one stated in this manual, and study this section carefully. If there are differences between your machine and what is shown in this section, call Technical Support at (570) 546-9663 for assistance BEFORE making any changes to the wiring on your machine. An updated wiring diagram may be available. Note: Please gather the serial number and manufacture date of your machine before calling. This information can be found on the main machine label. Wiring Safety Instructions SHOCK HAZARD. Working on wiring that is connected to a power source is extremely dangerous. Touching electrified parts will result in personal injury including but not limited to severe burns, electrocution, or death. Disconnect the power from the machine before servicing electrical components! MODIFICATIONS. Modifying the wiring beyond what is shown in the diagram may lead to unpredictable results, including serious injury or fire. This includes the installation of unapproved aftermarket parts. WIRE CONNECTIONS. All connections must be tight to prevent wires from loosening during machine operation. Double-check all wires disconnected or connected during any wiring task to ensure tight connections. CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS. You MUST follow the requirements at the beginning of this manual when connecting your machine to a power source. WIRE/COMPONENT DAMAGE. Damaged wires or components increase the risk of serious personal injury, fire, or machine damage. If you notice that any wires or components are damaged while performing a wiring task, replace those wires or components. MOTOR WIRING. The motor wiring shown in these diagrams is current at the time of printing but may not match your machine. If you find this to be the case, use the wiring diagram inside the motor junction box. CAPACITORS/INVERTERS. Some capacitors and power inverters store an electrical charge for up to 10 minutes after being disconnected from the power source. To reduce the risk of being shocked, wait at least this long before working on capacitors. EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES. If you are experiencing difficulties understanding the information included in this section, contact our Technical Support at (570) 546-9663. The photos and diagrams included in this section are best viewed in color. You can view these pages in color at www.grizzly.com. -76- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X Wiring Diagram MAGNETIC SWITCH ASSEMBLY BLADE GUARD LIMIT SWITCH A1 1L1 3L2 5L3 13NO NHD C-18D 230V 17 2T1 4T2 Ground 18 14NO 6T3 A2 21 8 17 1 O 0 19 2 2T1 98 4T2 97 96 R 95 6T3 NHD NTH-21 EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH Start Capacitor 400MFD 250VAC V1 U1 Ground Run Capacitor 30MFD 500VAC Ground MOTOR 5HP 230V SINGLE-PHASE L6-30 PLUG Hot X G Y Ground POWER CONNECTION BOX Hot 230 VAC Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY ON PAGE 76! -77- G0623X3 7.5 HP 220V Wiring Diagram Emergency Stop Button 2 1 Blade Guard Limit Switch A L1/1 L2/3 L3/5 NO13 SDE MA-18 NC15 Magnetic Switch Assembly T1/2 GROUND NC16 T3/6 NO14 T2/4 1/2 3/4 5/6 26 22 96 18 98 L15-30 PLUG (as recommended) 220 VAC Set @ 18A AMP RESET A2 Hot 95 Hot GND Hot Power Box 3 2 3 4 10 5 11 6 12 -78- 1 9 GROUND 1 8 2 2 3 4 MOTOR 220V 7 1 READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY ON PAGE 76! Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X3 7.5 HP 440V Wiring Diagram Emergency Stop Button 2 1 Blade Guard Limit Switch A L1/1 L2/3 L3/5 NO13 SDE MA-18 NC15 Magnetic Switch Assembly T1/2 GROUND NC16 T3/6 NO14 T2/4 A2 3/4 RESET 1/2 5/6 12 8 96 98 3-PHASE Set @ 9A AMP 440 VAC DISCONNECT SWITCH (as recommended) 95 Ground Hot Hot Hot Power Box 2 3 5 8 6 9 4 7 1 11 10 3 GROUND 1 2 2 3 4 MOTOR 440V 12 1 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) READ ELECTRICAL SAFETY ON PAGE 76! -79- SECTION 10: PARTS Cabinet 14V2 29V2 30 7 19 18V2 8 34 9 321 17 61 59 25 7 51 7 25 16 25 7 15 5 2 4 60 3 10V2 12 37 11 32V2 33V2 23V2 25 6 7 38 36 35 12 42 9 20V2 41 12 57 56 55 27 1V3 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 1V3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10V2 11 12 13 14V2 15 16 17 18V2 19 20V2 23V2 CABINET V3.10.16 COVER PLATE EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON TAP SCREW M5 X 16 BLADE TILT SCALE LOCK WASHER 10MM HEX NUT M10-1.5 SWITCH BOX STRAIN RELIEF TYPE-3 PG-9 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M6-1 X 10 HEX NUT M6-1 STRAIN RELIEF TYPE-3 PG-13.5 HEX NUT M10-1.5 HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 35 DUST PORT 4" LOCK WASHER 6MM PHLP HD SCR M6-1 X 16 SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 HEX NUT M8-1.25 JUNCTION BOX V2.08.14 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 35 25 27 29V2 30 32V2 33V2 34 35 36 37 38 41 42 51 55 56 57 59 60 61 321 FLAT WASHER 10MM DECORATIVE PLATE SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 HEX NUT M8-1.25 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 16 LOCK WASHER 8MM WIRE CONNECTOR WIRE NUT 12AWG X 2 (G0623X) PLUG 10MM SET SCREW M12-1.75 X 35 HEX NUT M12-1.75 HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 40 HEX NUT M12-1.75 HEX NUT M10-1.5 THIN PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 25 EXT TOOTH WASHER 5MM HEX NUT M5-.8 LOCK NUT M10-1.5 POWER CORD 12AWG 3W L6-30 SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 80 LOCATE BLOCK -80- P0623X0001V3 P0623X0002 P0623X0003 P0623X0004 P0623X0005 P0623X0006 P0623X0007 P0623X0008 P0623X0009 P0623X0010V2 P0623X0011 P0623X0012 P0623X0013 P0623X0014V2 P0623X0015 P0623X0016 P0623X0017 P0623X0018V2 P0623X0019 P0623X0020V2 P0623X0023V2 P0623X0025 P0623X0027 P0623X0029V2 P0623X0030 P0623X0032V2 P0623X0033V2 P0623X0034 P0623X0035 P0623X0036 P0623X0037 P0623X0038 P0623X0041 P0623X0042 P0623X0051 P0623X0055 P0623X0056 P0623X0057 P0623X0059 P0623X0060 P0623X0061 P0623X0321 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Main Trunnion 107 106 123 108 109 110 121 102 120 111 105 117 112V2 113 114 115V2 102 101V2 122 119V2 118 103V2 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 101V2 102 103V2 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112V2 P0623X0101V2 P0623X0102 P0623X0103V2 P0623X0105 P0623X0106 P0623X0107 P0623X0108 P0623X0109 P0623X0110 P0623X0111 P0623X0112V2 CHANNEL BASE BLADE SHROUD V2.12.12 TRUNNION BRACKET FLANGE SCREW M5-.8 X 8 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 16 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 35 LOCK WASHER 8MM STOP BRACKET LIMIT SWITCH AZZ7100 PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 25 CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 10 FLAT WASHER 5MM 113 114 115V2 117 118 119V2 120 121 122 123 P0623X0113 P0623X0114 P0623X0115V2 P0623X0117 P0623X0118 P0623X0119V2 P0623X0120 P0623X0121 P0623X0122 P0623X0123 BLADE GUARD PLATE HINGE PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 MAGNET ASSEMBLY BLADE SHROUD DUST PORT PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 LOCK NUT M5-.8 LOCK WASHER 5MM KEEPER PLATE LIMIT SWITCH CORD Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -81- Main Motor G0623X3 7.5-HP 220V/440V MOTOR 228V3-1 202V2 201V2 228V3-3 201V2A 203V2 G0623X 5-HP 230V MOTOR 247 204V2A 275 276 245 207V2 277 288 208 205 263V2 -82- 223V2 225 226 217 224 260 234V2 282 284 228 279 217 264V2 221V2 220V3 219 217 270 283 269 289 235 227 256 226 255 224 217 216V2 236 243V2 282 222 249 244 287 253 217 216V2 229 268 215V2 218 214V2 222 209 235 261V2 209 272 262 228-7 228-2 219 213V3 211V2 228-6 258 252V2 239 211V2 240 241 211V2 212 228-5 284 239 240 238 241 238 228-4 253A 266 242 228-1 228-3 228 206V2A 206V2 228V3-5 228V3-2 228V3 204V2 246 248V2 228V3-4 228V3 251 257A 278 267 285 281 278 258 286 287 266 257 253 287 252V2 250V2 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Main Motor Parts List REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 201V2 201V2A 202V2 203V2 204V2 204V2A 205 206V2A 206V2 207V2 208 209 211V2 212 213V3 214V2 215V2 216V2 217 218 219 220V3 221V2 222 223V2 224 225 226 227 229 230 231 232 233 234V2 235 236 238 239 240 241 242 243V2 244 245 246 247 248V2 249 250V2 251 P0623X0201V2 P0623X0201V2A P0623X0202V2 P0623X0203V2 P0623X0204V2 P0623X0204V2A P0623X0205 P0623X0206V2A P0623X0206V2 P0623X30207V2 P0623X0208 P0623X0209 P0623X0211V2 P0623X0212 P0623X0213V3 P0623X0214V2 P0623X0215V2 P0623X0216V2 P0623X0217 P0623X0218 P0623X0219 P0623X0220V3 P0623X0221V2 P0623X0222 P0623X0223V2 P0623X0224 P0623X0225 P0623X0226 P0623X0227 P0623X0229 P0623X30230 P0623X30231 P0623X30232 P0623X30233 P0623X0234V2 P0623X0235 P0623X0236 P0623X0238 P0623X0239 P0623X0240 P0623X30241 P0623X0242 P0623X0243V2 P0623X0244 P0623X0245 P0623X0246 P0623X0247 P0623X0248V2 P0623X0249 P0623X0250V2 P0623X0251 BLADE GUARD V2.02.12 BLADE GUARD ASSY V2.02.12 LOCK NUT M10-1.5 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 RIVING KNIFE MNTNG BLK V2.04.12 MOUNTING BLOCK ASSY V2.04.12 KEY 5 X 5 X 20 LOCATING BLOCK ASSY V2.08.10 LOCATING BLOCK V2.08.10 HEX NUT M10-1.5 LINK PLATE BALL BEARING 6004LLB HEX NUT M10-1.5 GIB PLATE BUTTON HD CAP SCR M10-1.5 X 45 SET SCREW M5-.8 X 10 ARBOR PULLEY (FLAT) V2.01.08 FLAT WASHER 8 X 30 X 3MM LOCK WASHER 8MM V-BELT M20 3L200 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 20 SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 16 MOTOR PULLEY (TYPE-M20) V2.01.08 HEX SHAFT M12-1.75 LONG MOTOR MOUNT PLATE V2.06.12 FLAT WASHER 12MM LOCK WASHER 12MM HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 25 KEY 7 X 7 X 30 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 LOCK WASHER 8MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 LOCK WASHER 8MM FENDER WASHER 8MM ROTATE PLATE V2.12.12 CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 30 SHAFT BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 20 BUSHING 5MM FENDER WASHER 8MM LOCK WASHER 8MM BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 16 MAIN ARBOR CSA V2.02.07 ARBOR FLANGE CSA LOCATING PIN HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 50 FLAT WASHER 10 X 28 X 2.5MM RIVING KNIFE V2.05.12 ARBOR WASHER CSA HOSE 3" X 37" V2.10.16 HOSE CLAMP 3-1/4" 252V2 253 253A 255 256 257 257A 258 260 261V2 262 263V2 264V2 266 267 268 269 270 272 275 276 277 278 279 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 P0623X0252V2 P0623X0253 P0623X0253A P0623X0255 P0623X0256 P0623X0257 P0623X0257A P0623X0258 P0623X0260 P0623X0261V2 P0623X0262 P0623X0263V2 P0623X0264V2 P0623X0266 P0623X0267 P0623X0268 P0623X0269 P0623X0270 P0623X0272 P0623X30275 P0623X30276 P0623X30277 P0623X0278 P0623X0279 P0623X0281 P0623X0282 P0623X0283 P0623X0284 P0623X0285 P0623X0286 P0623X0287 P0623X0288 P0623X0289 CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 45 IDLER PULLEY IDLER ASSEMBLY LOCK WASHER 12MM FLAT WASHER 12MM ROTATING ARM ROTATING ARM IDLER ASSY INT RETAINING RING 28MM BELT 15 X 1140MM PLATE V2.08.14 BUSHING ARBOR HEX NUT 5/8-12 LH V2.02.07 BUSHING 6.1MM V2.10.16 BALL BEARING 6001ZZ EXTENSION SPRING LOCK WASHER 10MM MOUNTING PLATE HEX SHAFT M12-1.75 SHORT BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 12 ROLL PIN 3 X 12 SECONDARY BLOCK BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 8 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25 FLAT WASHER 8MM LOCK NUT M8-1.25 LOCK NUT M12-1.75 CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 45 FLAT WASHER 12 X 22 X 2 FLAT WASHER 8MM HEX NUT M8-1.25 THIN HEX NUT M12-1.75 THIN SET SCREW M5-.8 X 10 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X 5HP, 230V, SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR 228 228-1 228-2 228-3 228-4 228-5 228-6 228-7 P0623X0228 P0623X0228-1 P0623X0228-2 P0623X0228-3 P0623X0228-4 P0623X0228-5 P0623X0228-6 P0623X0228-7 MOTOR 5HP 230V 1-PH MOTOR FAN COVER MOTOR FAN JUNCTION BOX CAPACITOR COVER S CAPACITOR 400M 250V 1-3/4 X 3-1/2 CAPACITOR COVER R CAPACITOR 30M 500V 1-1/2 X 3-3/8 G0623X3 7.5HP, 220/440V, 3-PHASE MOTOR 228V3 228V3-1 228V3-2 228V3-3 228V3-4 228V3-5 P0623X30228V3 P0623X30228V3-1 P0623X30228V3-2 P0623X30228V3-3 P0623X30228V3-4 P0623X30228V3-5 MOTOR 7.5 HP 220V 3-PH V3.10.16 MOTOR FAN COVER MOTOR FAN JUNCTION BOX BALL BEARING 6203ZZ BALL BEARING 6206ZZ -83- Sliding Table 318 301V2A 319V2 343 345V2 301V2 342 321 347 323 335 348 302 303 304 324 349 350 336 312V2 320V2 305 311V2 309 310 322 332 326 324 328 327 325 333 G0623X 5 HP 230V SWITCH -84- 329V2 329V2-1 329V2-2 329V2-4 329V2-3 340 329A-1 329A-2 329A-3 313 314V2 306 317 307 308 346 329A G0623X3 7.5HP 220V SWITCH 337 344 339 334V2 316 341 338 330 315 323 331V2 G0623X3 7.5HP 440V SWITCH 346-1 346-2 346-3 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Sliding Table Parts List REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 301V2A 301V2 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311V2 312V2 313 314V2 315 316 317 318 319V2 320V2 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 330 331V2 332 333 334V2 335 P0623X0301V2A P0623X0301V2 P0623X0302 P0623X0303 P0623X0304 P0623X0305 P0623X0306 P0623X0307 P0623X0308 P0623X0309 P0623X0310 P0623X0311V2 P0623X0312V2 P0623X0313 P0623X0314V2 P0623X0315 P0623X0316 P0623X0317 P0623X0318 P0623X0319V2 P0623X0320V2 P0623X0321 P0623X0322 P0623X0323 P0623X0324 P0623X0325 P0623X0326 P0623X0327 P0623X0328 P0623X0330 P0623X0331V2 P0623X0332 P0623X0333 P0623X0334V2 P0623X0335 SLIDING TABLE ASSEMBLY V2.03.14 SLIDING TABLE W/BASE 688 X 316 V2.03.14 T-SCREW M12-1.75 X 35 FLAT WASHER 12MM LOCK WASHER 12MM HEX NUT M12-1.75 LOCK WASHER 6MM HEX NUT M6-1 HEX NUT M16-2 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M6-1 X 10 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M6-1 X 10 LOCATE PLATE V2.03.14 LOCATE PLATE (RR) V2.03.14 HANDLE LOCATE PLATE V2.03.14 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 PIN LOCK BUTTON HD CAP SCR M6-1 X 16 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M6-1 X 10 SLIDING TABLE END PLATE (FR) V2.03.14 SLIDING TABLE END PLATE (RR) V2.03.14 LOCATE BLOCK LOCATE PLATE LOCK WASHER 8MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 SUPPORT LEG HEX NUT M12-1.75 ADJUST FOOT SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 16 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 25 LOCATE PLATE HEX NUT M5-.8 FLANGE NUT M5-.8 LOCK NUT M10-1.5 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345V2 347 348 349 350 P0623X0336 P0623X0337 P0623X0338 P0623X0339 P0623X0340 P0623X0341 P0623X0342 P0623X0343 P0623X0344 P0623X0345V2 P0623X0347 P0623X0348 P0623X0349 P0623X0350 FENDER WASHER 10MM FLANGE NUT M6-1 CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 12 FLAT WASHER 5MM HEX NUT M5-.8 FLAT WASHER 6MM LOCK WASHER 6MM HEX NUT M6-1 FLEXIBLE CONDUIT LOCATE PLATE (FR) V2.03.14 MOTOR CORD 12G 4W POWER BOX CORD 12G 3W (G0623X) LIMIT SWITCH CORD 18G 2W E-STOP CORD 18G 2W 329V2 329V2-1 329V2-2 329V2-3 329V2-4 P0623X0329V2 P0623X0329V2-1 P0623X0329V2-2 P0623X0329V2-3 P0623X0329V2-4 REF PART # DESCRIPTION 329A 329A-1 329A-2 329A-3 P0623X30329A P0623X30329A-1 P0623X30329A-2 P0623X30329A-3 SWITCH MP-18 7.5HP 220V 3PH SWITCH BOX CONTACTOR SDE MA-18 220V RELAY SDE RA-30 18-26A REF PART # DESCRIPTION 346 346-1 346-2 346-3 P0623X30346 P0623X30346-1 P0623X30346-2 P0623X30346-3 MAG SWITCH MP-18 7.5HP 440V 3PH SWITCH BOX CONTACTOR SDE MA-18 440V RELAY SDE RA-20 8-12A Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) G0623X 5HP, 230V, 1-PH SWITCH MAG SWITCH NHD MS 1-18D V2.09.10 SWITCH BOX NHD CONTACTOR NHD C-18D 230V OL RELAY NHD NTH-21 17-21A WHITE SWITCH COVER SCREW G0623X3 7.5HP, 220V, 3-PH SWITCH G0623X3 7.5HP, 440V, 3-PH SWITCH -85- Tables 425 432 424 431 433 401 423 422 418 417 416 430 411 415 414 429 413 435 436 434 427 428 410 402 419 437 405 403V2 426 420 421 405-1 404V2 409 415 406 412 414 412 415 408 407 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 401 402 403V2 404V2 405 405-1 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 P0623X0401 P0623X0402 P0623X0403V2 P0623X0404V2 P0623X0405 P0623X0405-1 P0623X0406 P0623X0407 P0623X0408 P0623X0409 P0623X0410 P0623X0411 P0623X0412 P0623X0413 P0623X0414 P0623X0415 P0623X0416 P0623X0417 P0623X0418 LARGE EXTENSION TABLE CAST IRON TABLE TABLE INSERT (ALUM.) V2.11.16 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 12 RAIL SCALE SCALE 0-39.25" STUD-FT M12-1.75 X 90 T-NUT M12-1.75 RIP FENCE RAIL HEX BOLT M6-1 X 25 LOCK WASHER 6MM HEX NUT M6-1 FLAT WASHER 12MM FLAT WASHER 12MM LOCK WASHER 12MM HEX NUT M12-1.75 LOCK WASHER 10MM FLAT WASHER 10MM CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 LOCK NUT M5-.8 TAP SCREW M4 X 10 RAIL END PLATE SMALL EXTENSION TABLE FLAT WASHER 10MM LOCK WASHER 10MM CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 LOCK WASHER 5MM BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 12 STOP TAB CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 DUST HOSE SUPPORT LOCK WASHER 10MM LOCK NUT M10-1.5 FLAT WASHER 10MM HEX NUT M8-1.25 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25 HEX BOLT M6-1 X 16 FLAT WASHER 6MM -86- P0623X0419 P0623X0420 P0623X0421 P0623X0422 P0623X0423 P0623X0424 P0623X0425 P0623X0426 P0623X0427 P0623X0428 P0623X0429 P0623X0430 P0623X0431 P0623X0432 P0623X0433 P0623X0434 P0623X0435 P0623X0436 P0623X0437 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Rip Fence 514 515 516 513 511 502 522 517 510 503 512 509 501 507 520 505 506 508 521 504 518 519 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 RIP FENCE CLAMP PLATE STEEL PIN 6MM ROD HDPE STRIP FLANGE SCREW M5-.8 X 10 HEX NUT M8-1.25 FENCE LOCK HANDLE SLEEVE SPRING PRESSURE PLATE COVER PLATE 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 TAP SCREW LOCK PLATE HANDLE M8-1.25 FLAT WASHER 8MM RIP FENCE FRONT HOUSING RIP FENCE REAR HOUSING PLASTIC SCREW LOCK WASHER 8MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 FLAT HD SCR M6-1 X 12 WAVY WASHER 12MM HDPE STRIP 50 X 5MM P0623X0501 P0623X0502 P0623X0503 P0623X0504 P0623X0505 P0623X0506 P0623X0507 P0623X0508 P0623X0509 P0623X0510 P0623X0511 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) P0623X0512 P0623X0513 P0623X0514 P0623X0515 P0623X0516 P0623X0517 P0623X0518 P0623X0519 P0623X0520 P0623X0521 P0623X0522 -87- Handwheels 621 623V2 620 622 632V2 611 618 640 644 625 640 627 617 619 616 614V2 615V2 628 626 639 613 629 612 630 603 631 604 638 606 633 607 610 607 609 605 608V2 641V2 633 634 603 645 637 641V2 643 624 601 636 602 643 602 601 645 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608V2 609 610 611 612 613 614V2 615V2 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 P0623X0601 P0623X0602 P0623X0603 P0623X0604 P0623X0605 P0623X0606 P0623X0607 P0623X0608V2 P0623X0609 P0623X0610 P0623X0611 P0623X0612 P0623X0613 P0623X0614V2 P0623X0615V2 P0623X0616 P0623X0617 P0623X0618 P0623X0619 P0623X0620 P0623X0621 P0623X0622 LOCK KNOB M10-1.5 HANDWHEEL HANDLE M6-1 X 28 X 110L HANDWHEEL TYPE-12 160D B 12B-K X M6-1 KEY 5 X 5 X 20 ANGLE SEAT INT RETAINING RING 28MM SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 LEADSCREW A LEADSCREW CAM LOCATE RING LEADSCREW B FINGER GUIDE CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 HEX NUT M6-1 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 LOCK WASHER 8MM FLAT WASHER 8MM STRUT BOARD CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 50 LOCK WASHER 8MM BEARING SELF LUBRICATING 623V2 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632V2 633 634 636 637 638 639 640 641V2 642 643 644 645 P0623X0623V2 P0623X0624 P0623X0625 P0623X0626 P0623X0627 P0623X0628 P0623X0629 P0623X0630 P0623X0631 P0623X0632V2 P0623X0633 P0623X0634 P0623X0636 P0623X0637 P0623X0638 P0623X0639 P0623X0640 P0623X0641V2 P0623X0642 P0623X0643 P0623X0644 P0623X0645 FLAT WASHER 6 X 16 X 2 EXT RETAINING RING 12MM LOCATE BLOCK JACK SCREW CAM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 10 FLAT WASHER 6MM SLEEVE LOCK NUT M16-2 FLAT WASHER 16MM COPPER SET SCREW M6-1 X 30 STOP NUT M16-2 W/SET SCREW HEX NUT M12-1.75 KEY 5 X 5 X 20 BALL BEARING 6001 SET SCREW M12-1.75 X 35 SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 HEX NUT M16-2 FLAT WASHER 10 X 27 X 3 BUSHING HANDWHEEL EXT 6 X 20 X 22L HEX NUT M6-1 FLAT HD SCR M6-1 X 35 -88- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Scoring Trunnion 716 720 712 713 708 718 717 714 707 709 715 706 710 704 702 701 711 705 719 703 721V2 722 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 ARBOR FLANGE SCORING SAW BLADE CSA 22MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 SHAFT CSA 22MM SHAFT BEARING REGULATOR SCORING PULLEY 60HZ SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 ADJUST SHAFT 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721V2 722 P0623X0712 P0623X0713 P0623X0714 P0623X0715 P0623X0716 P0623X0717 P0623X0718 P0623X0719 P0623X0720 P0623X0721V2 P0623X0722 ADJUST SCREW M8-1.25 X 100 PLATE LOCK WASHER 8MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25 LOCK COMPRESSION SPRING LOCK NUT M8-1.25 FLAT WASHER 10MM HEX NUT M12-1.75 LH FLAT WASHER 10MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25 HEX NUT M6-1 P0623X0701 P0623X0702 P0623X0703 P0623X0704 P0623X0705 P0623X0706 P0623X0707 P0623X0708 P0623X0709 P0623X0710 P0623X0711 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -89- Crosscut Table 822 814 821V2 808 807V2 820V2 816 802 803 804 805V2 823 806 815 826 813 801 812 811 809 810 825 819 824V2 818 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 801 802 803 804 805V2 806 807V2 808 809 810 811 812 813 P0623X0801 P0623X0802 P0623X0803 P0623X0804 P0623X0805V2 P0623X0806 P0623X0807V2 P0623X0808 P0623X0809 P0623X0810 P0623X0811 P0623X0812 P0623X0813 SUPPORT FRAME PLUG 38 X 38MM PLUG 40 X 20MM T-NUT M12-1.75 T-SLOT BAR V2.12.12 PAD CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 LOCK WASHER 6MM FENDER WASHER 12MM ADJUST HANDLE M12-1.75 X 55 T-NUT HEX NUT M8-1.25 HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 40 814 815 816 818 819 820V2 821V2 822 823 824V2 825 826 P0623X0814 P0623X0815 P0623X0816 P0623X0818 P0623X0819 P0623X0820V2 P0623X0821V2 P0623X0822 P0623X0823 P0623X0824V2 P0623X0825 P0623X0826 FLAT WASHER 6MM PLUG 80 X 40MM PLUG KNOB SCREW M8-1.25 X 50 FENDER WASHER 8MM SQUARE BRACE 70MM WIDE V2.11.13 COVER 70MM WIDE V2.11.13 TAP SCREW #8 X 3/8 T-NUT M8-1.25 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 35 FENDER WASHER 8MM LOCK NUT M8-1.25 -90- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Swing Arm 932 901 923 924 925 902 926V2 903 909 930 920 922V2 908V2 904 921V2 905 916 910V2 935 917 918 919 907 906 912 911 913 914 927V2 933V2 915 912 931 934 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 901 902 903 904 905 906 907 908V2 909 910V2 911 912 913 914 915 916 917 P0623X0901 P0623X0902 P0623X0903 P0623X0904 P0623X0905 P0623X0906 P0623X0907 P0623X0908V2 P0623X0909 P0623X0910V2 P0623X0911 P0623X0912 P0623X0913 P0623X0914 P0623X0915 P0623X0916 P0623X0917 FRAME LOCK WASHER 6MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 ROTARY SHAFT HEX NUT M20-2.5 PLUG 40 X 80MM SLIDING TUBE CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 12 HEX NUT M8-1.25 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M4-.7 X 6 COVER EXT RETAINING RING 15MM BALL BEARING 6202ZZ ROLLER ADJUST SHAFT EXT RETAINING RING 15MM BALL BEARING 6202ZZ 918 919 920 921V2 922V2 923 924 925 926V2 927V2 930 931 932 933V2 934 935 P0623X0918 P0623X0919 P0623X0920 P0623X0921V2 P0623X0922V2 P0623X0923 P0623X0924 P0623X0925 P0623X0926V2 P0623X0927V2 P0623X0930 P0623X0931 P0623X0932 P0623X0933V2 P0623X0934 P0623X0935 RING ADJUST SHAFT SWING ARM SHAFT FENDER WASHER 17MM SWING ARM V2.10.16 BRUSH FLAT WASHER 6MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 10 SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 20 PLUG HEX NUT M10-1.5 COVER SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 FLAT WASHER 8MM MAGNETIC BASE ASSEMBLY Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -91- Miter Gauge 1006 1029 1007 1005 1008V2 1030 1004 1003 1032 1033 1009V2 1012 1010 1013 1011 1018 1014 1001 1019 1020 1016 1017 1002 1027 1026 1021 1022 1034 1031 1015 1024V3 1023 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008V2 1009V2 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 P0623X1001 P0623X1002 P0623X1003 P0623X1004 P0623X1005 P0623X1006 P0623X1007 P0623X1008V2 P0623X1009V2 P0623X1010 P0623X1011 P0623X1012 P0623X1013 P0623X1014 P0623X1015 P0623X1016 P0623X1017 SQUARE FENCE MITER GAUGE BODY LARGE WASHER BODY CLAMP SHAFT KNOB SCREW M10-1.5 KNURLED KNOB MITER GAUGE SHAFT V2.10.16 FENDER WASHER 10MM HEX BOLT M6-1 X 30 HEX NUT M5-.8 ADJUST HANDLE M6 X 30 LOCK SHAFT STOP PLATE SQUARE NUT M6-1 FLAT WASHER 10MM LOCK NUT M10-1.5 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024V3 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 P0623X1018 P0623X1019 P0623X1020 P0623X1021 P0623X1022 P0623X1023 P0623X1024V3 P0623X1025 P0623X1026 P0623X1027 P0623X1028 P0623X1029 P0623X1030 P0623X1031 P0623X1032 P0623X1033 P0623X1034 CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 25 PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 12 POINTER FIXED BLOCK STOP BAR PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 16 FIXED BASE 3MMH V3.10.16 SET SCREW M4-.7 X 10 ADJUST HANDLE SHAFT SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 45 ROLL PIN 3 X 20 PUSH HANDLE M12-1.75 X 14 FLAT WASHER 12MM FLAT WASHER 12MM PLASTIC PUSH HANDLE T-NUT M12-1.75 SPACING PLATE -92- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) Crosscut Fence 1105 1131 1119V2 1121 1103 1104 1128V2 1102 1122 1127 1120 1106 1122 1101 1116V2 1107 1108 1101 1130 1115 1117 1127 1123 1111 1110 1118 1126 1109V2 1129V2 1101 1125 1114 1113 1124 1112 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 1101 1102 1103 1104 1105 1106 1107 1108 1109V2 1110 1111 1112 1113 1114 1115 1116V2 P0623X1101 P0623X1102 P0623X1103 P0623X1104 P0623X1105 P0623X1106 P0623X1107 P0623X1108 P0623X1109V2 P0623X1110 P0623X1111 P0623X1112 P0623X1113 P0623X1114 P0623X1115 P0623X1116V2 T-NUT M8-1.25 STOP BRACKET KNOB M8-1.25 X 40 SCREW FLIP STOP SET SCREW M6-1 X 10 LOCK NUT M10-1.5 SQUARE TUBE EXT FENCE V2.06.13 COVER TAP SCREW M4 X 10 BUTTON HD CAP SCR M8-1.25 X 16 LOCK WASHER 8MM LOCATE PLATE KNOB SCREW M8-1.25 X 25 SQUARE FENCE V2.06.13 1117 1118 1119V2 1120 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125 1126 1127 1128V2 1129V2 1130 1131 P0623X1117 P0623X1118 P0623X1119V2 P0623X1120 P0623X1121 P0623X1122 P0623X1123 P0623X1124 P0623X1125 P0623X1126 P0623X1127 P0623X1128V2 P0623X1129V2 P0623X1130 P0623X1131 ROTATE SHAFT FLAT WASHER 8MM END PIECE ABS V2.06.13 PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 10 PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 35 FLAT WASHER 10MM BRASS SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 KNOB SCREW M8-1.25 X 55 FENDER WASHER 8MM T-BOLT M8-1.25 X 60 T-NUT M5-.8 SCALE 2000-0MM (78.75-0") ST V2.06.13 SCALE 0-2000MM (0-78.75") ST V2.06.13 CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 6 SET SCREW M5-.8 X 5 Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) -93- Labels & Miscellaneous 1201 1202 1203 1212 1204 1216 1206 1215 1205 1207 1213 1214 1208 1207 1211V2 1209 1210 REF PART # DESCRIPTION REF PART # DESCRIPTION 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1209 READ MANUAL LABEL TABLE SAW BLADE GUARD LABEL KICKBACK HAZARD LABEL DISCONNECT POWER LABEL BLADE GUARD DANGER LABEL QUALIFIED PERSONNEL LABEL ELECTRICITY LABEL GLASSES/RESPIRATOR LABEL GRIZZLY NAMEPLATE-SMALL 1210 1210 1211V2 1211 1212 1213 1214 1215 1216 P0623X1210 P0623X31210 P0623X1211V2 P0623X31211 P0623X1212 P0623X1213 P0623X1214 P0623X1215 P0623X1216 MODEL NUMBER LABEL (G0623X) MODEL NUMBER LABEL (G0623X3) MACHINE ID LABEL CSA V2.05.12 (G0623X) MACHINE ID LABEL (G0623X3) BLADE TILT LABEL BLADE TILT SCALE BLADE ELEVATION LABEL TOUCH-UP PAINT, GRIZZLY GREEN TOUCH-UP PAIN, GRIZZLY PUTTY P0623X1201 P0623X1202 P0623X1203 P0623X1204 P0623X1205 P0623X1206 P0623X1207 P0623X1208 P0623X1209 Safety labels warn about machine hazards and ways to prevent injury. The owner of this machine MUST maintain the original location and readability of the labels on the machine. If any label is removed or becomes unreadable, REPLACE that label before using the machine again. Contact Grizzly at (800) 523-4777 or www.grizzly.com to order new labels. -94- Model G0623X/G0623X3 (Mfd. Since 02/07) WARRANTY CARD Name _____________________________________________________________________________ Street _____________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________ State _________________________ Zip _____________________ Phone # ____________________ Email _________________________________________________ Model # ____________________ Order # _______________________ Serial # __________________ The following information is given on a voluntary basis. It will be used for marketing purposes to help us develop better products and services. Of course, all information is strictly confidential. 1. CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE 2. 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This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence, accidents, repairs or alterations or lack of maintenance. This is Grizzly’s sole written warranty and any and all warranties that may be implied by law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any particular purpose, are hereby limited to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant or represent that the merchandise complies with the provisions of any law or acts unless the manufacturer so warrants. In no event shall Grizzly’s liability under this warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product and any legal actions brought against Grizzly shall be tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom. We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special, or consequential damages arising from the use of our products. To take advantage of this warranty, contact us by mail or phone and give us all the details. We will then issue you a “Return Number,’’ which must be clearly posted on the outside as well as the inside of the carton. We will not accept any item back without this number. Proof of purchase must accompany the merchandise. The manufacturers reserve the right to change specifications at any time because they constantly strive to achieve better quality equipment. We make every effort to ensure that our products meet high quality and durability standards and we hope you never need to use this warranty. Please feel free to write or call us if you have any questions about the machine or the manual. Thank you again for your business and continued support. We hope to serve you again soon.
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