metal cutting band saw machine

metal cutting band saw machine

METAL CUTTING BAND SAW

MACHINE

MODEL 916S,916SV

INSTRUCTION MANUA

916S-916SV-080624-R2

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WARNING

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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 reprodrctive harm.

Some examples of these chemical 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 word with approved safety equipment, such

as those dust masks that are specially designed to

filter out microscopic particles.

Table Of Contents Page No

1 Warning ................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Safety rules for all tools ........................................................................................................ 1

3 Specification ........................................................................................................................ 1

4 Transportation of machine .................................................................................................. 1

5 Installation............................................................................................................................. 1

6 Minimum Room Space For Machine Operation ............................................................... 1

7 Make proper tooth selection ................................................................................................ 1

8 BI-Metal speeds and feeds.................................................................................................... 1

9 Assembly ................................................................................................................................ 1

10 Operation.............................................................................................................................. 1

11 Blade guide bearing adjustment......................................................................................... 1

12 Blade track adjustment ....................................................................................................... 1

13 Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 1

14 Lubrication........................................................................................................................... 1

15 Trouble Shooting ................................................................................................................. 1

16 Circuit Diagram ................................................................................................................... 1

CAUTION

Install saw blade and blade guard before use. Set proper blade tension to prevent any danger caused by damaged saw blade or work piece.

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1. WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES

MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY

As with all machinery there are certain hazards involved with operation and use of the machine. Using the machine with respect and caution will considerably lessen the possibility of personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored, personal injury to the operator may result.

This machine was designed for certain applications only. We strongly recommends that this machine NOT be modified and/or used for any application other than for which it was designed. If you have any questions relative to its application DO NOT use the machine until you contact with us and we have advised you

Your machine might not come with a power socket or plug. Before using this machine, please

Do ask your local dealer to install the socket or plug on the power cable end

2. SAFETY RULES FOR ALL TOOLS

A. USER:

(1). WEAR PROPER APPAREL. No loose clothing, gloves, rings, bracelets, or other jewelry to get caught in moving parts.

Non-slip foot wear is recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.

(2). ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION. Refer to ANSLZ87.1 standard for appropriate recommendations.

Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty.

(3). DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.

(4). NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is accidentally contacted.

(5). NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF. Don’t leave tool until it comes to a complete stop.

(6). DRUGS, ALCOHOL, MEDICATION. Do not operate tool while under the influence of drug, alcohol or any medication.

(7). MAKE SURE TOOL IS DISCONNECTED FROM POWER SUPPLY. While motor is being mounted, connected or reconnected.

(8). ALWAYS keep hands and fingers away from the blade.

(9). STOP the machine before removing chips.

(10). SHUT- OFF power and clean the BAND SAW and work area before leaving the machine.

B. USE OF MACHINE:

(1). REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Form habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning it “on”.

(2). DON’T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it was designed.

(3). USE RIGHT TOOL. Don’t force tool or attachment to do a job for which it was not designed.

(4). SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical. It’s safer than using your hand frees both hands to operate tool.

(5). MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP CONDITION. Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.

(6). USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Consult the owner’s manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper accessories may cause hazards.

(7). AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure switch is in “OFF” position before plugging in power cord.

(8). DIRECTIONOF FEED. Feed work into a blade or cutter against the direction of rotation of the blade or cutter only.

(9). ADJUST AND POSITION the blade guide arm before starting the cut.

(10). KEEP BLADE GUIDE ARM TIGHT, A loose blade guide arm will affect sawing accuracy .

(11). MAKE SURE blade speed is set correctly for material being cut.

(12). CHECK for proper blade size and type.

(13). STOP the machine before putting material in the vise.

(14). ALWAYS have stock firmly clamped in vise before starting cut.

(15). GROUNDALL TOOLS. If tool is equipped with three-prong plug, it should be plugged into a three-hole electrical receptacle. If an adapter is used to accommodate atwoprong receptacle, the adapter lug must be attached to a known ground. Never removed the third prong.

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C. ADJUSTMENT :

MAKE all adjustments with the power off. In order to obtain the machine. Precision and correct ways of adjustment while assembling, the user should read the detailed instruction in this manual.

D. WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

(1). KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents.

(2). DON’T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations, or expose them to rain. Keep work area well-lighted.

(3). KEEP CHILEREN AND VISITIORS AWAY. All children and visitors should be kept a safe distance from work area.

(4). DON’T install & use this machine in explosive, dangerous environment.

E. MAINTENANCE:

(1). DISCONNECT machine from power source when making repairs.

(2). CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part that is damaged should be carefully checked to ensure that it will operate properly and perform its intended function check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.

(3). DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing and when changing accessories such as blades, bits, cutters, etc.

(4). MAKE SURE that blade tension and blade tacking are properly adjusted.

(5). RE-CHECK blade tension after initial cut with a new blade.

(6). TO RPOLONG BLADE LIFE ALWAYS release blade tension at the end of each work day.

(7).CHECK COOLANT DAILY Low coolant level can cause foaming and high blade temperatures. Dirty or week coolant can clog pump, cause crooked. Cast, low cutting rate and permanent blade failure. Dirty coolant can cause the growth of bacteria with ensuing skin irritation.

General

Specifications

The Wilton Model 7014 Horizontal Cut-off Band Saw is designed for high production cut-off work. Four cutting speeds and a hydraulic feed control allow the efficient cutting of virtually any material.

The Model 7014 Horizontal Cut-off Saw is equipped with a coolant system that can greatly extend blade life and speed the cutting of a variety of materials that best cut with cutting fluids and coolants.

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Specifications

Model Number.................................................................................................................................... 7014

Capacity

Rectangular Stock............................................................................................................ 8 x 10 Inches

Round Stock............................................................................................................................. 8 Inches

Flat Stock ........................................................................................... 14 Inches Wide x 4 Inches High

At 45 Degrees ................................................................................................................. 8 Inches High

Speeds .................................................................................................................. 82, 132, 170, 235 FPM

Motor ............................................... 1 1/2 Horsepower, Capacitor Start, 1725 RPM, 1 Phase, 115/220V

Blade Size .......................................................................................................... 1 x 0.035 x 114.5 Inches

Blade Guides................................................ Tungsten carbide tip & ball bearing, eccentric shaft on rear

Material........................................................................................................... Tungsten carbide inserts

Sides .................................................................................................................................. Ball bearing

Rear......................................................................................................... Eccentric shaft, ball bearings

Blade Wheel ................................................................................................ 12 Inches diameter, cast iron

Dimensions (LWH)

Length .................................................................................................................................... 64 Inches

Width ....................................................................................................................................... 26Inches

Height ........................................................................................................... 41 Inches (cutoff position)

Shipping Weight .............................................................................................. Approximately 620 pounds

Vise .................................................................................................... Rapid acting, screw tightening vise

Coolant Pump ....................................................................... 1/8 Horsepower, 1 gpm, 1Phase 115/220V

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-Misuse of this machine can cause serious injury.

-For safety, machine must be set up, sued and serviced properly.

-Read, understand and follow instructions in the

Operating Instructions and Parts Manual which was shipped with your machine.

When Setting up Machine:

-Always avoid using machine in damp or poorly lighted work areas.

-Always be sure the machine support is securely anchored to the floor or the work bench.

When Using Machine:

-Always wear safety glasses with side shields

(see ANSI Z87.1)

-Never wear loose clothing or jewelry.

-Never overreach – you may slip and fall.

-Always follow instructions in Operating

Instructions and Parts Manual when changing accessory tools or parts.

-Never modify the machine without consulting

Wilton Corporation.

You – the Stationary Power Tool User – Hold the Key to Safety.

Read and follow these simple rules for best results and full benefits from your machine. Used properly, Wilton’s machinery is among the best in design and safety. However, any machine used improperly can be rendered inefficient and unsafe.

It is absolutely mandatory that those who use our products be properly trained in how to use them correctly. They should read and understand the

When Servicing Machine:

-Always disconnect the machine from its electrical supply while servicing.

Operating Instructions and Parts Manual as well as labels affixed to the machine. Failure in following all of these warnings can cause serious injuries.

Machinery General Safety Warnings

1. Always wear protective eye wear when operating machinery. Eye wear shall be 9. Maintain all machine tools with care. Follow all impact resistant, protective safety glasses with side shields which comply with ANSI

Z87.1 specifications. Use of eye wear which does not comply with ANSI Z87.1 specifications could result in severe injury from breakage of eye protection.

2. Wear proper apparel. No loose clothing or jewelry which can get caught in moving parts.

Rubber soled footwear is recommended for best footing.

3. Do not overreach. Failure to maintain proper

Working position can cause you to fall into the machine or cause your clothing to get caught pulling you into the machine.

4. Keep guards in place and in proper working order. Do not operate the machine with guards removed.

5. Avoid dangerous working environments. Do not use stationary machine tools in wet or damp locations. Keep work areas clean and well lit.

6. Avoid accidental starts by being sure the start switch is OFF before plugging in the machine.

7. Never leave the machine running while unattended. Machine shall be shut off whenever it is not in operation.

Whenever changing accessories or general

Maintenance is done on the machine, electrical power to the machine must be disconnected before work is done. maintenance instructions for lubricating and the changing of accessories. No attempt shall be made to modify or have makeshift repairs done to the machine. This not only voids the warranty but also renders the machine unsafe.

10. Machinery must be anchored to the floor.

11. Secure work. Use clamps or a vise to hold work, when practical. It is safer than using your hands and it frees both hands to operate the machine.

12. Never brush away chips while the machine is in operation.

13. Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas invite accidents.

14. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches before turning machine on.

15. Use the right tool. Don’t force a tool or attachment to do a job it was not designed for.

16. Use only recommended accessories and follow manufacturers instructions pertaining to them.

17. Keep hands in sight and clear of all moving parts and cutting surfaces.

18. All visitors should be kept at a safe distance from the work area. Make the workshop completely safe by using padlocks, master switches, or by removing starter keys.

19. Know the tool you are using – its application, limitations, and potential hazards.

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Caution: For circuits which are far away from the

General Electrical Cautions

electrical service box, the wire size must be in-

Creased in order to deliver ample voltage to the motor.

This saw should be grounded in accordance with

To minimize power losses and to prevent motor the National Electrical Code and local codes and overheating and burnout, the use of wire sizes for ordinances. This work should be done by a branch circuits or electrical extension cords qualified electrician. The saw should be grounded according to the following table is recommended. to protect the user from electrical shock.

Wire Sizes

close as possible to the workpiece.

Safety Instructions on Sawing Systems

operating, servicing, or adjusting machinery.

1. Always wear leather gloves when handling

8. Bring adjustable saw guides and guards as

Eyewear shall be impact resistant, protective saw blade. The operator shall not wear gloves safety glasses with side shields complying when Operating the machine. with ANSI Z87.1 specifications. Use of eye

2. All doors shall be closed, all panels replaced, wear which does not comply with ANSI Z87.1 and other safety guards in place prior to the specifications could result in severe injury machine being started or operated. from breakage of eye protection. See Figure

3. Be sure that the blade is not in contact with

B. the workpiece when the motor is started. The

10. Nonslip footwear and safety shoes are motor shall be started and you should allow recommended. See Figure C. the saw to come up to full speed before

11. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during bringing the saw blade into contact with the extended periods of operation. See Figure D. workpiece.

12. The workpiece, or part being sawed, must be

4. Keep hands away from the blade area. See securely clamped before the saw blade enters

Figure A. the workpiece.

5. Remove any cut off piece carefully while

13. Remove cut off pieces carefrlly, keeping keeping your hands free of the blade area. hands away from saw blade.

6. Saw must be stopped and electrical supply

14. Saw must be stopped and electrical supply must be cut off before any blade replacement cut off or machine unplugged before reaching or adjustment of blade support mechanism is into cutting area. done, or before any attempt is made to

15. Avoid contact with coolant, especially change the drive belts or before any periodic guarding your eyes. service or maintenance is performed on the saw.

7. Remove loose items and unnecessary workpieces from area before starting machine.

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Figure 2: Saw Head Features

Instroduction

This manual includes the operating and maintenance instructions for the Wilton 8-Inch by

13-Inch Horizontal Cut-Off Band Saw, Model 7014.

It also includes parts listings and illustrations of replaceable parts.

Machine Features

Figures 2 depict the main features of the Model

7014 Horizontal Cut-Off Band Saw. The machine consists of a machine base onto which is installed a saw head.

Machine Base

The machine base consists of a coolant collection pan mounted on two panels that form the legs of the machine. A shelf is provided under the collection pan that supports a coolant tank.

The machine bed mounts on the top of the collection pan. The bed supports the vise and the vies-tightening lead screw.

The coolant tank is equipped with a pump/motor assembly. The pump/motor circulates coolant through tubing to cool and lubricate the saw blade, the baldeguides, and the workpiece.

A drainpipe is provided to connect the collection pan to the coolant tank. A screen is provided in the collection pan to screen-out cutting debris as the coolant drains into the coolant tank. Coolant is added to the tank by pouring coolant into the collection pan. The tank is easily removed from its shelf for cleaning and maintenance.

Saw Head

The saw head (Figure 3) consists of a drive motor, drive pulleys, gearbox, blade wheels, blade guides and supports, control panel, blade tension/blade

- 7 tracking mechanism, wire brush, and the saw blade.

The drive motor is mounted on a pivoting plate that swings outward to provide V-belt tension. The motor is fitted with a step pulley; the V-belt connects to a second step pulley that is mounted on the input shaft of the gearbox.

A speed-reducing gearbox is mounted on the back side of the blade wheel box on the right side of the machine. The blade wheel (drive wheel) is installed on the output shaft of the gearbox.

A second blade wheel is located in a blade wheel box on the left of the machine. The blade wheel

(driven wheel) is mounted on a shaft that is part of the blade tension/tracking mechanism. The blade tension mechanism is used to tighten the saw blade on the blade wheels.

The mechanism also has adjustment screws that enable the saw blade to “track” evenly on the bland wheels. The adjustment screws change the angle of the driven blade wheel shaft so the wheels are aligned. Tracking adjustments are generally made after the saw blade is changed but may be required periodically due to wear over time.

An electrical enclosure is attached to the leg panel on the right side of the machine. The enclosure contains the switches and fuses required for

Figure 3: Electrical Enclosure

operation and protection of the drive motor (refer to Figure 2).

Work Stop

A work stop is provided with the machine to allow cutting multiple pieces of identical length (refer to

Figure 10). The stop consists of a rod onto which is installed a stop bracket, a tapered stop, a clamping knob and a locking handle. The rod is installed in a bore in the front of the saw bed. The stop bracket is positioned on the rod with the tapered stop toward the end of the workpiece. The bracket is moved in or out on the rod to establish the length of the workpiece.

Control Panel

The control panel is mounted on the top of the saw head. Refer to Operating Instructions section for a description of the controls.

Set-up and Operation

Machine Setup

The cut-off saw has been pre-adjusted at the factory and several test pieces have been cut to verify cutting accuracy. Setup of the machine is limited to uncrating the machine, securing it to the shop floor, and connecting it to the electric power source.

Remove the saw from the shipping skid; discard any hole-down devices. Place the saw on the shop floor; secure the saw to the floor using mounting anchors secured through four holes in the machine base. If the saw will be used to cut long pieces of stock, allow plenty of room for the length of the stock.

Electrical Connection

WARNING: ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

MUST BE MADE BY A LICENSED

ELECTRICIAN. THE WIRING METHODS

AND PRACTICES MUST COMPLY WITH

LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.

WARNING: THE MACHINE USES HIGH

VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL POWER THAT

POSES A SIGNIFICANT RISK OF SERIOUS

INJURY OR DEATH IF PROPER

PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED.

Connect the machine to the electrical power branch circuit (refer to the Wiring Data section).

Observe the following guidelines when connecting the saw to the power source.

1. Make sure the saw is disconnected from the electrical power branch circuit (trip the required circuit breakers or remove the required fuses).

2. Place a warning placard or tag on the service panel to prevent accidental electrical shock.

3. When installing the motor power cord into a receptacle, make sure the plug is compatible with the receptacle.

4. When using hard-wired connections, connect the wires as shown in the Wiring Data section.

5. Install the fuses or reset the breakers.

6. Check operation of the saw.

Operating Instructions

Controls and Indicators

The operating controls for the cut-off saw are located on the saw head at the front of the machine (refer to Figure 4).

Power-on Indicator

The indicator on the left is the power-on indicator.

Motor On/Off Switches

The drive motor switch is located to the right of the power indicator. The drive motor off switch is the emergency stop (E-stop) button to the right of the on switch.

Coolant Pump Selector

The coolant pump selector (on/off) switch is located on the right side of the panel.

Feed Control Knob

The knob at the far right is the hydraulic cylinder feed control valve. This knob is used to set the amount of downward force that is applied to the saw blade. The feed rate is proportional to the opening of the valve. Increasing the valve opening, increases the feed rate; decreasing the valve opening, reduces the feed rate.

Blade Speeds

The Model 7014 horizontal cut-off band saw has four blade speeds. The different speeds are obtained by changing the position of the motor drive V-belt on step pulleys. Change blade speeds as follows:

1. Disconnect the electrical power from the cutoff saw branch circuit to prevent accidental motor start-up.

2. Set the saw head at the fully down position.

3. Remove the knob from the drive belt cover.

Swing cover out and downward to expose the

V-belt and pulleys.

4. Loose the drive motor locking handle. Pivot the motor inward to slacken the belt.

5. Select the speed using the placard on the cover. Put the V-belt in the pulley grooves of the pulley for the desired speed (refer to

Figure 5 for belt locations and the speeds available).

6. Pivot the motor outward to tighten the V-belt.

Tighten the locking handle.

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7. Check V-belt tension by pushing the V-belt firmly downward; press down about midway between the pulleys. When properly tightened, the V-belt should depress no more than the width of the belt.

Figure 4: Operating Controls

Figure 5: V-belt position/speed relationship

Blade Selection

The cut-off saw is delivered with a saw blade that is adequate for a variety of cut-off jobs on a variety of common materials. A 10-tooth, general-purpose blade is provided as standard equipment with the machine. An optional 8-tooth blade and an optional 14-tooth blade are available from Wilton. (Refer to the

Replacement Parts section for saw blade part numbers.)

Refer to Figure 6 for the speeds recommended for various materials. These speeds, while appropriate for many common shop cutting needs, do not encompass the wide variety of special blade configurations

(tooth pitch and set) and special alloys for cutting unusual or exotic materials.

Figure 6: Blade Speed Selection

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A coarse blade could be used for a solid steel bar, but a finer tooth blade would be used on a thinwall steel tube. In general, the blade choice is determined by the thickness of the material; the thinner the materials; the finer the tooth pitch.

A minimum of three teeth should be on the workpiece at all times for proper cutting. The blade and workpiece can be damaged if the teeth are so far apart that they straddle the workpiece.

For very high production on cutting of special materials, or to cut hard-to-cut materials such as stainless steel, tool steel, or titanium, you can ask your industrial distributor for more specific blade recommendations. The supplier that provides the workpiece material should be able to provide you with very specific instructions regarding the best blade (and coolant or cutting fluid, if needed) for the material or shape supplied.

Controlling the Cut

Hydraulic Feed Control

The weight of the saw head provides the force needed to cut through the workpiece. The cut-off saw has a hydraulic cylinder that controls the feed rate of the saw (refer to Figure 7).

The hydraulic feed control circuit consists of a single-acting hydraulic cylinder and a flow-control valve. The feed control cylinder resists motion in the downward direction to control the feed rate.

The control cylinder offers no resistance when raised upward.

A knob on the control panel controls the rate at which the saw head is lowered. The control knob

(needle valve) controls the rate at which the hydraulic fluid is released from the hydraulic cylinder. When the needle valve is closed, cylinder is locked. With the needle valve slightly open, the cylinder permits slow, or light, downward force.

Opening the needle valve further increases the feed rate and applies more weight to the saw blade and workpiece.

The needle valve is adjusted until the saw is operating efficiently. The efficiency of operation is usually evaluated by observing chip formation.

(Refer to Evaluating Blade Efficiency for more information on cutting efficiency.)

Evaluating Cutting Efficiency

Is the blade cutting efficiently? The best way to determine this is to observe the chips formed by the cutting blade.

If the chip formation is powdery, then the feed is much too light, or the blade is dull.

If the chips formed are curled, but colored-blue or straw colored from heat generated during the cutthen the feed rate is too high.

If the chips are slightly curled and are not colored by heat-the blade is sufficiently sharp and is cutting at its most efficient rate.

Figure 7: Hydraulic Feed Cortrol

Cylinder

Blade Break-in Procedures

New blades are very sharp and, therefore, have a tooth geometry that is easily damaged if a careful break-in procedure is not followed. Consult the blade manufacturer’s literature of break-in of specific blades on specific materials. However, the following procedure will be adequate for break-in of Wilton-supplied blades on lower alloy ferrous materials.

1. Clamp a section of round stock in the vise.

The stock should be 2 inches or larger in diameter.

2. Operate the saw at low speed. Start the cut with a very light feed rate.

3. When the saw has completed 1/3 of the cut, increase the feed rate slightly and allow the saw to complete the cut.

4. Keep the hydraulic cylinder needle valve in the same position and begin a second cut on the same or similar workpiece.

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5. When the blade has completed about 1/3 of the cut, increase the feed rate. Watch the chip formation until cutting is at its most efficient rate and allow the saw to complete the cut

(refer to Evaluating Blade Efficiency). The blade is now considered ready for use.

W ork Setup

1. Raise the sa w head to the vertical position.

2. Turn the vise hand wheel counterclockwise enough to free the moveable vise. Then pull the moveable vise jaw away from the fixed

3.

4. vise jaw.

Place the workpiece on the worktable. For long workpieces, provide support at the oth er end. If necessary, provide additional downward clamping to hold the workp iece securely on the worktable.

Clamp the workpiece in the vise by first pushing the moveable vise jaw against th e workpiece. Then rotate the hand wheel clockwise to secure the workpiece.

A djusting The Vise For Angle Cuts

The vise can be adjusted through a 45-degree arc

(Refer to Figure 8). Adjust as follows:

1. Loosen the two hex head bolts (one in the slot and at the pivot point of the fixed vise jaw).

2. Rotate the fixed vise jaw to the desired angl e.

For accurate cuts, use a variable protractor to

3. set the position of the jaw (align one side of the protractor with the one side of the slot in the table).

Tighten bot h screws on the fixed vise jaw.

4. Loosen the hex head bolt and the long hex clamping screw on the moveable vise jaw.

Adjust the position of the moveable vise jaw so it is parallel to the fixed vise jaw.

5. If the workpiece has non-parallel side s, set the moveable vise jaw against the side of the

- 11 workpiece. Tighten the bolt and the clamping screw on the moveable vise jaw to secure the jaw.

F igure 8: Adjusting Vise for Angle Cuts

S etting the Vise for Square Cuts

T he procedure for setting the vise for square cuts is identical to setting for angle cuts (above) except that a machinist’s square is used to position the fixed vise jaw )align one side of the square with the side of the slot in the table). (Refer to Figure

9).

Figure 9: Adjusting Vise for Square

Cuts

Setting the Work Stop

The work stop is used to setup the sa w for making multiple cuts of the same leng th (Refer to Figure

10).

Set the work stop as follows:

1. Lo osen the knob in the work stop arm.

2. Adjust the work stop rod to the desired length.

3. Adjust the work stop rod so it contacts t he end

4. of the workpiece. Locate the work stop rod as close to the bottom of the cut as possible.

Tighten the knob.

CAUTION: DO NOT ALLOW THE BLADE TO REST

ON THE WORKPIECE WHEN THE SAW IS NOT

CUTTING.

12. Blade Guide Bracket Setting

The cut-off saw has an adjustable blade guide bracket (Refer to Figure 11). The blade guide bracket allows you to set the blade guide for varying widths of workpieces.

To make accurate cuts and prolong blade life, the blade guide bracket should be set close to the workpiece. The blade guide bracket should be set so it just clears the piece to be cut. Adjust the bar position as follows:

1. Place the workpiece in the vise and clamp tightly.

2. Loosen the locking knobs on the back of the guide brackets.

3. Slide the guide brackets to the desired position.

4. Tighten the locking knobs to secure the guide brackets.

Starting the Saw

WARNING: NEVER OPERATE THE SAW WITHOUT

BLADE COVERS IN PLACE.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THE BLADE IS NOT IN

CONTACT WITH THE WORKPIECE WHEN THE

MOTOR IS STARTED. DO NOT DROP THE SAW

HEAD ON THE WORKPIECE OR FORCE THE SAW

THROUGH THE WORKPIECE.

1. Clamp the workpiece in the vise. (Refer to Figure

12 for examples of workpieces in the vise.)

2. Be sure the blade is not in contact with the workpiece when the motor is started.

3. Start the motor and allow the saw to come up to speed.

4. Slowly set the saw down onto the workpiece and adjust cutting speed with the flow control valve.

5. DO NOT DROP THE SAW HEAD OR FORCE

THE CUT. Let the weight of the saw head provide the cutting force.

6. The saw will automatically shut off at the end of the cut.

Figure 10. Setting The Work Stop

Figure 11. Blade Guide Bracket Setting

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Figure 12. Placing Workpieces in the Vise

Coolant Flow and Nozzle Position

CAUTION: THE COOLANT PUMP MUST BE

SUB-MERGED BEFORE OPERATING TO

PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE PUMP.

1. Set the nozzle so the coolant is drawn into the workpiece by the saw blade. Position the nozzle approximately one inch away from the front side of the workpiece. NOTE: Placing the coolant on the saw blade rather than the workpiece is the most effective method of cooling the blade.

2. Adjust the coolant flow shut-off valve at the top of the saw head weldment. The flow should be no more than the saw blade can draw into the workpiece by the movement of the blate.

3. The coolant flow can be stopped in two ways:

1) by the coolant pump switch on the control box

(the preferred method),or

2) by closing the shut-off valve.

NOTE: The coolant pump is self-circulating when the shut-off valve is closed.

Coolant Mixture and Quantity

The general-purpose coolant is a mixture of water-soluble oil and water. Mix one part of soluble oil to ten parts of water (one quart of oil to ten quarts water).

The eleven quarts of coolant is the amount required for the coolant pump to operate properly.

There are numerous coolants on the market that are formulated for special applications. Consult your local distributor for details in the event you have a long range production task, or are required to cut some of the more exotic materials.

13. Maintenance

Adjustments

The efficient operation of the cut-off saw is dependent upon the condition of the saw blade. If the perfor

-mance of the saw begins to deteriorate, the first item that you should check is the blade.

If a new blade does not restore the machine’s cutting accuracy and quality, refer to the troubleshooting

- 13 quide (or the blade manufacturer’s quide) for condi- tions to consider and adjustments that can be made to increase the life of the blade.

To change the blade, refer to the blade changing procedures in the Maintenance section. To adjust the blade, refer to the following procedures.

Blade Tracking Adjustment

Blade tracking has been tested at the factory. Adjust- ment is rarely required when the blade is used properly or if the blade is correctly welded. (Refer to

Figure 13 for location of blade tracking adjustment setscrew.)

Factory or Field Procedure

1. Put the saw head in the vertical position. Open the wheel guards.

2. Remove both of the blade-guide bearing bracket assemblies.

3. Make sure the blade is properly tensioned. NOTE:

Keep proper tension at all times using blade tightening assembly.

4. Loosen the hex jam nut in the top head weldment until it is snug against the slide casting.

CAUTION:

WHILE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING,

KEEP THE BLADE FROM RUBBING EXCESSIVELY

ON THE SHOULDER OF THE WHEEL. EXCESSIVE

RUBBING WILL DAMAGE THE WHEEL AND/OR

THE BLADE.

5. Start the saw. Turn the setscrew to tilt the idler wheel until the blade is touching the shoulder of the idler wheel.

6. Turn the setscrew so the blade starts to move away from the shoulder of the wheel-then immediately turn the setscrew in the other direction so the blade stops-then moves slowly toward the shoulder.

WARNING: KEEP FINGERS CLEAR OF THE

BLADE AND WHEEL TO AVOID INJURY.

7. Turn the setscrew to stop motion of the blade on the wheel as it gets closer to the wheel shoulder.

Put a 6-inch length of paper between the blade and the wheel as shown in Figure 14.

The paper should not be cut as it passes between the wheel shoulder and the blade.

8. Turn the setscrew a amall amount. Repeat the this clearance. If the clearance is incorrect, the blade insertion of the paper between the wheel shoulder and the blade until the paper is cut in two pieces.

NOTE: You may have to repeat the check with the paper several times before the blade and the shoulder cut the paper into two pieces. Do not hurry the adjustment. Patience and accuracy here will pay off with better, more accurate, quieter cutting and much longer machine and blade life.

9. When the paper is cut, turn the setscrew slightly in the counterclockwise direction. This assures that the blade is not touching the shoulder of the wheel.

10. Shut off the saw.

11. Tighten the hex jam nut against the setscrew and casting.

12. Install the top and bottom blade guide assem- blies. Position the guides so the top bearing just touches the blade.

13. Install the wheel covers. may track off the drive wheel.

Figure 13. Blade Tracking Adjustment Setscrew

Blade Guide Bearing Adjustment

Proper adjustment of the blade guide bearings is critical to efficient operation of the cut-off saw. The blade guide bearings are adjusted at the Factory.

Figure 14. Checking blade-to-wheel clearance

They should rarely require adjustment. When adjust- ment is required, readjust immediately. Failure to maintain proper blade adjustment may cause serious blade damage or inaccurate cuts.

It is always better to try a new blade when cutting performance is poor. If performance remains poor after changing the blade, make the necessary adjustments.

If a new blade dose not correct the problem, check the blade guides for proper spacing. For most efficient operation and maximum accuracy, provide

0.001-inch clearance between the blade and the guide bearings. The bearings will still turn freely with

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROMITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

CAUTION: CHECK THE BLADE TO MAKE SURE

THE WELDED SECTION THE SAME THICKNESS

AS THE REST OF THE BLADE. IF THE BLADE IS

THICKER AT THE WELD, THE GUIDE BEARINGS

MAY BE DAMAGED.

If required, adjust the quide bearings as follows:

1. The inner quide bearing is mounted on a straight shaft and cannot be adjusted.

2. The outer guide bearing is mounted in an eccen- tric bushing and can be adjusted.

3. Hold the bushing with a 3/4-inch wrench and

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loosen the locking screw with an Allen wrench.

(Refer to Figure 15.)

4. Position the bearing by turning the bushing. Set the clearance at approximately 0.001 inch. (The blade should be in a vertical position between the bearings. Refer to Figure 16.)

Figure 17.)

2. Mark the top of the bar stock.

3. Move the bar stock about 1/4 inch past the blade so you can begin a second cut.

4. Rotate the bar stock 180 degrees so the mark you made is now at the bottom of the cut.

5. Make a cut through the bar stock.

6. Use a micrometer to measure the thickness variation between the top and bottom of the disk you have cut from the bar stock.

The saw blade can be considered correctly adjusted when the variation measured is no more than 0.012 inch across the face of the disk. If you do not have a piece of 2-inch bar stock available for a test cut, use a larger diameter test workpiece rather than a smaller one. The maximum thickness variation on any test piece should be no more than 0.003 inch, per side, per inch of stock diameter.

Figure 15. Adjustment of Guide Bearings

Figure 16. Blade-To-Blade Guide Orientation

5. Tighten the locking screw with the Allen wrench while holding the bushing in position with the 3/4- inch wrench.

6. Use the same procedure to adjust the other blade guide bearing.

7. When the adjustment is correct, the guide bearings should rotate freely with slight pressure of the finger (blade stopped).

14. Test Cutting to Verify Adjustment

Accuracy

Test cuts can be uaed to determine whether or not you have adjusted the blade accurately. Use 2 inch round bar stock to perform these test cuts, as follows:

1. With the bar stock securely clamped in the vise, make a cut through the bar stock. (Refer to

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Figure 17. Cutting a Test Disc

15. Switch Adjustment

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

Adjust the switch activator screw so that the switch will actuate to the off position when the saw has cut through the workpiece. (Refer to Figure 18.)

Figure 18. Switch Adjustment

Adjusting the Counterbalance Spring

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

T he counterbalance spring is located on the rear of the saw table. The counterbalance spring is used to compensate for the weight of the saw head.

1. Raise the saw arm to its full upright posit ion and

2.

3. lock it in position.

The spring is held in tension with an eyebolt and nut (refer to Figure 24).

Tighten the spring tension nut until 1-1/4 to 1-1/2

4. inches of the threads of the eyebolt are exposed.

The saw can now be used.

Cleaning

1. Clean off any preservative on machine surfaces.

2. After cleaning, coat machined surfaces of the cutoff saw with a medium consistency machine oil.

3.

Reapply the oil coating at least every six months.

Clean up accumulated saw cuttings after use.

Make sure the lead screw and rapid nut are kep t free from saw cuttings and other material that would cause damage.

4. Clean the chip sludge f rom the coolant tank. The frequency should be determined by how often the saw is used.

16. Lubrication

Lubricate the followin g components at the specified frequencies and using the lubricants defined as follows:

1. Ball bearings: the bearings are lubricated and sealed-periodic lubrication is not required.

2. Blade quide bearing: the bearings are lubricate and sealed-periodic lubrication is not required. d

3. Upper wheel bushing-six to eight drops of oil

7.

8.

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4.

5. each week.

Pivot points, shafts, and bearing areas-six to eight drops of oil each week.

Change coolant on a frequency appropriate to

the type of coolant being used. Oil based coolants can sour. Refer to the coolant supplier’s instructions for change frequency.

1 7. Component Replacement

C hanging Blades

W ARNING: USE LEATHER GLOVES WHEN

CHANGING THE SAW BLADE TO PROTECT

YOUR HANDS FROM CUTS AND SCRATCHES .

USE PROTECTIVE EYE WEAR THAT MEETS AN SI

SPECIFICATION Z87.1.

W ARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1 . Raise the saw head to vertical position. Lock the

2. hydraulic cylinder to hold the saw head in place.

Remove the wheel quards from the back side of the saw head (guard at the drive assembly end is removable; the quard at the idler and is hinged).

3.

4.

5.

6.

Remove the left blade guard. Remove the column blade cover.

Turn the blad e tension handle until the blade hangs loose.

Use leather gl oves to prevent cuts and scratches.

Pull the blade off the drive wheels and out of the blade guides. Store the removed blade carefully before proceeding.

Slide the new blade into the blade guides, then loop the blade over the upper and lower drive wheels. Install the new blade so the vertical side of the teeth contacts the workpiece first. (Refer to

Figure 19.)

Figure 19. Blade (Tooth) Orientation

Push the bla de so it is seated against the shoul- de rs of the wheels. When it is seated agains t the shoulder & turn the blade tension handle clock- wise to increase the tension. Do not over-tension the blade; tighten it just enough so it does not slip while cutting (refer to placard in Figure 20).

When the blade is properly tensioned, reconnect

the saw to electrical power source.

9. Check and adjust the tracking of the blade. Refer to Blade tracking adjustment.

10. Install the wheel guards and the blade covers.

11. Put 2 to3 drops of oil on the bla de.

Figure 20. Saw Blade Tension Placard

C hanging Drive Motor V-Belt

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CU T-OFF SAW

F ROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Set the arm at the full horizontal position.

2 . Remove the knob from the belt cover. Open the drive belt cover to expose the V-belt and p ulleys

(refer to Figure 21).

3.

4.

5.

Loosen the knob on the front of the drive assem- bly. Pivot the motor inward to loosen the belt.

Remove the worn V-belt.

6.

Put the replacement V-belt in the pulley position for the speed you require. (Refer to Figure 5 for belt locations and the speeds available).

Tighten the V-belt by pivoting the motor outward.

7.

Tighten the knob on the front of the drive assem- bly. Press down firmly on the V-belt midway between the pulleys. When properly tightened,

V-belt will depress no more than the width of belt.

Reinstall drive belt cover and 8 install knob.

Figure 21. Pulleys and V-Belt with Cover

Open

Chip Brush Replacement

The chip brush is a circular wire brush that is mounted in a bracket at the right-hand side of the saw arm (refer to Figure 22). The purpose of the brush is to remove chips from the saw teeth and off of the blade so excessive amounts of chips don’t get into the wheel guard section of the saw.

The brush shaft rotates on a shaft during operation.

With extended use, this brush will become worn and will require replacement.

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Remove the nut and screw. Remove the worn brush and spacer.

2. Install the spacer and replacement brush.

3. Install the screw and nut.

4. Adjust the bracket, if necessary, so the brush makes slight contact with the saw blade.

Figure 22. Chip Brush

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Replacing Guide Bearings

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Remove the blade (Refer to Changing Blades).

2. Remove the locking screw and remove the damaged bearing and bushing.

3. Separate the damaged bearing from the bushing.

4. Install the replacement bearing on the bushing.

5. Install the locking screw.

6. Install the blade (Refer to Changing Blades).

7. Adjust bearing clearance (Refer to Adjusting

Guide Bearings).

Replacing Drive Motor

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

4. Tension the spring until all slack is taken up.

5. After the slack in the spring is removed, tighten the spring until 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 inches of thread are exposed on the right side of the eyebolt mount.

6. The saw can now be returned to service.

Replacing the Drive Wheel

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Remove the blade (Refer to Changing Blades).

2. Loosen the setscrew in the wheel hub.

3. Pull the wheel from the speed reducer shaft.

4. Inspection: Examine drive edge and shoulder of the wheel for damage. Replace wheel if damaged.

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Remove the drive V-belt (Refer to Changing

Drive Motor V-Belt).

2. Loosen the set screw which holds the motor pulley to the shaft and pull the pulley off the shaft.

3. Open the motor junction box and disconnect the power core wires from their terminals.

4. Remove the nuts, washers and bolts that secure the motor to the mounting plate.

5. Installation of a new motor is a reversal of the above steps. Also, complete steps 6 through 8 in

Changing blade speed, page 19, to complete tensioning of the V-belt to the correct tension-use a straight edge to be certain the motor pulley is correctly aligned with the speed reducer pulley.

Adjusting or Replacing the

Counterbalance Spring

The counterbalance spring is located on the rear of the saw table (refer to Figure 23). The counterbal- ance spring is used to adjust the amount of down force the saw arm puts on the workpiece when the hydraulic control cylinder is fully open.

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Raise the saw arm to its full upright position and lock it in position.

6. Tighten the setscrew in the wheel hub.

7. Install the blade (Refer to Changing blades).

Replacing Idler Wheel or Bearings

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE CUT-OFF SAW

FROM ITS ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE.

1. Remove the saw blade (Refer to Changing

Blades).

2. Remove the retaining ring and shim from shaft.

3. Remove the wheel and bronze bearing.

4. Inspection: Examine the drive edge and shoulder of the wheel for damage. Replace the wheel if damaged.

5. Install the bearing and the idler wheel.

6. Install the retaining ring and shim on the shaft.

7. Install the blade (Refer to Changing Blades).

2. The spring is held in tension with an eyebolt and nut. To remove the spring, release tension on the eyebolt until the spring can be taken off its mount on the arm.

3. To install a spring, hook it to the mount on the arm and put the eyebolt into its mount.

Figure 23. Counterbalance Spring Adjustment

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18. Troubleshooting

Fault

Excessive blade

Breakage

Probable cause Suggested remedy

1. Material loose in vise.

2. Incorrect speed or feed.

3. Teeth too coarse for material.

1. Clamp work securely.

2. Check Machinist’s Handbook for speed/feed appropriate for the material being cut.

3. Check Machinist’s Handbook for recommended blade type.

4. Adjust blade tension to the point 4. Incorrect blade tension.

5. Saw blade is in contact with workpiece before the saw is started.

6. Blade rubs on the wheel flange. where the blade just does not slip on the wheel.

5. Start the motor before placing the saw on the workpiece.

6. Adjust blade tracking.

Premature blade

Dulling

Bad cuts (crooked)

8. Cracking at weld. 8. Longer annealing cycle.

1. Blade teeth too coarse.

2. Blade speed too high.

3. Inadequate feed pressure.

4. Hard spots in workpiece or scale on/in workpiece.

5. Work hardening of material (espe cially stainless steel.

6. Insufficient blade tension.

7. Operating saw without pressure on workpiece.

1. Use a finer tooth blade.

2. Try a lower blade speed.

3. Decrease spring tension.

4. Increase feed pressure (hard spots).

Reduce speed, increase feed pres- sure (Scale).

5. Increase feed pressure by reducing spring tension.

6. Increase tension to proper level.

7. Do not run blade at idle in/on mate- rial.

1. Workpiece not square with blade.

2. Feed pressure too fast.

3. Guide bearings not adjusted properly.

4. Inadequate blade tension.

5. Span between the two blade quides too wide.

1. Adjust vise so it is aquare with the blade. (Always clamp the workpiece tightly in the vise.)

3. Adjust guide bearing clearance to

0.001 inch (0.002 inch maximum).

4. Gradually increase blade tension.

5. Move blade guide bracket closer to work.

7. Incorrect blade speed.

8. Blade guide assembly is loose.

9. Blade guide bearing assembly loose.

10. Blade track too far away from wheel flanges.

11. Guide bearing worm.

7. Check blade speed (refer to Figure

5).

8. Tighten blade guide assembly.

9. Tighten blade guide bearing assembly.

10. Adjust blade tracking.

11. Replace worn bearing.

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Troubleshooting

(Continued)

Fault

Bad cuts (rough)

Blade is twisting

Unusual wear on side/

back of blade

Probable cause

1. Blade speed too high for feed pressure.

2. Blade is too coarse.

1. Blade is binding in the cut.

2. Blade tension too high.

2. Blade guide bearings not adjusted.

3. Blade guide bearing bracket is loose.

Suggested remedy

1. Reduce blade speed and feed pressure.

2. Replace with finer blade.

1. Decrease feed pressure.

2. Decrease tension on Blade.

1. Replace blade guides.

2. Adjust blade guide bearings.

3. Tighten blade guide bearing bracket.

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19. Wiring Diagram

Replacement Parts

Identify the replacement part by the part number shown in the parts listing. Be sure to include the model number and serial number of your machine when ordering replacement parts to assure that you will receive the correct part.

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PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION

1-1

1-2

2S

2-1

2-2

2-10

2-11

2-12

2-13

2-14

6-5

6-6

9

12

13

14

15

3

4

6-7

7

8S

6-2

6-3

6-4

5S

6S

6-1

2-7

2-8

2-9

2-3

2-4

2-6

16S

16-2

16-3

16-4

SPECIFICATION

HS093

Hex. Head Screw

M12-1.75P*50L

HN007

Hex. Nut

189001S

Stand Complete Assembly

M12-1.75P

189001C1

Coolant Pan

189001C2

Leg(Right)

189001C3

Leg(Left)

189001C4

Panel

S204

Cross Hex. Head Screw

1/4"-20*3/4"L

W005

Washer

1/4"x16xt1.5

N003

Hex. Nut

1/4"-20

S010

Hex. Head Screw

3/8"-16*1"L

W013

Washer

3/8"x20xt2

N005

Hex. Nut

3/8"-16

M8-1.25Px40L

HS050

Hex. Head Screw

W016

Washer

HN005

Hex. Nut

191106A

Filter

HS033

Hex. Head Screw

ET1924S

Control Box

5/16"x23x2mm

M8

M6-1.0Px15L

MB240FS

Pump Set

181256

Coolant Tank

189061

Hose

189036

Pivot Shaft

189065BS

Cylinder Assembly

HCS07

C-Retainer

189025

Cylinder Upper Bracket

1/8HP 115/230V 1PH/ 130MM

13x19-350mm

103125-4

Coupler

MB240

Pump

PT1/2x3/8

1/8HP/110V/220V/1PH

W004

Washer

1/4"x19xt1.5mm

S717

Cross Round Head Screw 1/4"-20*5/8"L

103125-5

Hose Clamp

∮19

S18

5/16"-2.0t

W205

HS422

Spring Washer

HS244

Hex. Head Cap Screw

HS064

Hex. Head Screw

189037S

Length Stop Set

Hex. Headless Screw

189037

Distance Set Rod

196213

Plum Screw

M8-1.25Px30L

M10-1.5Px50L

M6-1.0Px10L

-24-

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

4.00

8.00

16.00

8.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

8.00

16.00

8.00

8.00

16.00

8.00

QTY

4.00

8.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

3.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

NOTE

37

38

39

34

35

36

40

26

26-2

29

30

31

32

33

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

16-5 W004

Spring Washer

16-6 189038

Support Rod

16-7 1966008

Distance Set Bracket

16-8 HN006

Hex. Nut

16-9 HS059

Hex. Head Screw

17S 1966002AS Screw Set

17-1S 189055S

Handwheel

189055

Handwheel

1/4"x19xt1.5mm

M10-1.5P

M10-1.5Px25L

17-2

17-3

17-4

M6-1.0P6x10L

7/16"x30xt3mm

5x5x15L

17-5S 181604S

Acme Nut Assembly

181604

Acme Nut

181605

Button

191206

Retainer

HF519

HW103

Cross Round Head Screw M5-0.8Px10L

Spring Washer

ø5.1-1.3t

17-6

189055R

Knob

HS422

Hex. Headless Screw

W029

Washer

HK007

Key

1966002A

Acme Screw

17-7

24

24-1

25

181138B

Bracket

181610

Pin

HS059

Hex. Head Screw

HW106

198037

Spring Washer

Prive Shaft Washer

M10-1.5Px25L

∮10.2-3t

189013

Gap Ring

189085B

Washer

196228

Position Set Bracket

W018

Washer

HS046

Hex. Head Screw

189012

Rear Pivot Bracket

191219

Bushing

HW106

Spring Washer

HS061

Hex. Head Screw

189002

Base

HE501

5/16"x23xt3mm

M8-1.25Px20L

∮10.2-3t

M10-1.5Px35L

Cross Tablet Head Screw M5-0.8Px8L(Washer)

189064

Degree-Meter

HS430

Hex. Headless Screw

M8-1.25Px10L

HN005

Hex. Nut

M8-1.25P

-25-

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

8.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

QTY

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

NOTE

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION

117

133

134

72

73

74

59

60

61

54

55

56

49

50

51

46

47

48

41

42

43

44

45

52

53

57

58

62

63

64

71

71-1

74-1

75

200

201

202

202 Knob

SPECIFICATION

HS051

Hex. Head Screw

Blade Guard (Front)

M8-1.25Px45L

196208

Vise Jaw Bracket

191209

189035

HW004

HW104

Bushing

HW023

HS513

Washer

HS261

HN002

Hex. Head Screw

HW025

ET1617

Washer

189067

Fixed Bolt

HS434

HS334

Hex. Headless Screw

HW025

Washer

191210

HW004

Knob

1966003

189034

Vise Jaw Bracket(Rear)

HS422

HW106

Hex. Headless Screw

1966004

HW023

Bushing

HS261

N007

Hex. Head Screw

N005

W016

Hex. Nut

W014

S022

Washer

181115

Spring Handle Bracket

181118

Spring Adjusting Rod

181117-1

Spring

Hex. Head Screw

Washer

Hex. Nut

Washer

Spring Washer

Limit Switch Support

Washer

Hex. Head Screw

Switch (For CE Only)

HW002

Washer

Hex. Nut

ø10.5*ø21Xt2mm

M10-1.5Px35L

ø10.5*ø27Xt3mm

M8-1.25Px30L

ø10.5*ø27Xt3mm

M6-1.0Px10L

M10-1.5Px35L

3/8"

3/8"x23xt2

5/16"x3/4"L

5/16"x23xt2

5/16"-18

ø10.5*ø21Xt2mm

∮10.2-3t

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M6-1.0PX12L

ø4.3Xø9Xt0.8mm

M4-0.7P

Cross Round Head Screw M4-0.7P*30L

Pivot Shaft

Washer

Spring Washer

ø

6.5Xø13Xt1mm

M6

189023J

196504

HT003

Saw Direction Label

Bulton Head Screw M6-1.0P*10L

103127 M6-1.0Px10L

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1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

QTY

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

4.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

NOTE

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION

203

204

HS243

Hex. Head Screw

205

206

214

HW005

189019

Washer

207

213

1965015

189018

Blade Adjustable Knob

208

212

HW023

209

189020

209-1

189077

210

211

1965014

C100

Washer

Arm (Left)

Label

Gib

C-Retainer

CA6082RS Bearing

Eccentric Guide

Eccentric Guide

215

HI105

HS230

Spring Washer

Hex. Head Screw

216

217

HW004

103120

121061

Washer

Carbide Guide

Bearing Shaft

218 HS421

Hex. Headless Screw

219 189015

Bearing Bracket (Left)

220S 189081S

Valve Assembly

220-1 189081

Valve

220-2 189088

220-3 189083

Hose

Straight Connector

220-4 189084

220-5 HW104

220-6 HT016

Press Board

Spring Washer

Bulton Head Screw

220-7

103126-4

Hose Clamp

221 189014 Blade Adjustable (Rear)

222S 189022S

Brush Assembly

222-1 189022

Brush Support

222-2 191334A

Brush

222-3 HW004

Washer

222-4 HN004

Hex. Nut

222-5 HS037

Hex. Head Screw

223

HS032

223-1

HW004

Hex. Head Screw

Washer

224

HF404

225

226

189021

HN004

Round Head Screw

Blade Guard

ІІ (Rear)

Hex. Nut

SPECIFICATION

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M8-1.25Px25L

ø8.2-2.5t

ø8.4*ø17Xt1.6mm

ø10.5*ø21Xt2mm

∮8

608-2RS

M6-1.0Px20L

M6-1.0Px5L

∮6

∮6.1*1.9

M6-1.0P*12L

∮12

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M6-1.0P

M6-1.0Px35L

M6-1.0Px10L

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M6-1.0PX12L

M6-1.0P

-27-

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

4.00

4.00

2.00

4.00

4.00

2.00

4.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

4.00

10.00

2.00

2.00

QTY

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

NOTE

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

230

230

189091

Micro Switch Bracket

189094

Micro Switch Bracket

198150M

Micro Switch Bracket 230

230-1

ET1630

232

HS032

233

HW004

Micro Switch

Hex. Head Screw

Washer

290S

189072S infrared Assembly

290

189074 infrared Bracket

291

189072 infrared

292

293

HS558

HW003

M6-1.0P*10L

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

Cross Round Head Screw M5-0.8P*8L

Washer

ø5.3*ø10Xt1mm

294

HS558

Cross Round Head Screw M5-0.8P*8L

295

189073 infrared Bracket

M8-1.25Px15L

300

HS241

Hex. Head Screw

301

1965052

302

303

103127

302-1

HW003

302-2

HT001

189027

303

303

304

Knob

Knob

Washer

Round Head Screw

HW105

Blade Back Cover

189027E

Blade Back Cover

189027F

Blade Back Cover

Spring Washer

305

306

306

306

307

308

309

HN005

Hex. Nut

189026

HS046

Cover

189026E

Cover

189026F

Cover

Hex. Head Screw

HW027

Washer

CA6205

Bearing

M6-1.0Px10L

ø5.3*ø10Xt1mm

M5-0.8Px10L

ø8.2-2.5t

M8-1.25P

M8-1.25Px20L

ø30Xø16Xt3mm

6025

310

189017

311

187056

312

189033

313

N005

314

189010

314-1

HD602

314-2

189060

314-3

189087

314-4 HN005

Idler Wheel

Shaft

Handle

Hex. Nut

Body Frame

Pipe Connector

Net Tube

Screw

Hex. Nut

3/8"

PT1/2"

Ø18*24-190mm

M8-1.25P

M8-1.25P

-28-

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

4.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

2.00

2.00

6.00

6.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

3.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

QTY

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

NOTE

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY

314-5

189080

314-6

HT001

315

189030

315-1

103127

316

189039

316-1

HH001

317

HS278

318

1965011

319

320

HS432

HS089

Filter

Round Head Screw

Cover

Hex. Head Screw

Scale

Rivet

Hex. Head Screw

Column

Hex. Headless Screw

M5-0.8Px10L

M6-1.0Px10L

∮2x5L

M12-1.75P*20L

M8-1.25Px20L

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

4.00

Hex. Head Screw

M12-1.75P*30L 1.00

321 HW107

Spring Washer

322 198036

Drive Shaft Washer

323

338

HK044

M601

Key

324

325

326

327

332

333

334

335

336

337

189063

Blade

189016

Drive Wheel

HS258

Hex. Head Screw

HW106

Spring Washer

19116S-3

Gear Box Assembly 328

328

329

330

19116S-1

Gear Box Assembly

HN006

Hex. Nut

189031

Shaft

330-1 189032

Knob

331 HN007

Hex. Nut

HS266

105079

Hex. Head Screw

105076

Shaft

105050B

Motor Plate

Motor Bracket

HW004

Washer

HS034

Hex. Head Screw

Motor

ø12.2-3.6t

7x7x30

25*0.9*2908*5/8Tmm key Ø8MM

M10-1.5Px20L

∮10.2-3t

1:30,,,Ø22,key=5X5 FOR Pulley Cove

1:30,,,Ø22,key=7X7

M10-1.5P

M12-1.75P

M10-1.5Px60L

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M6-1.0Px20L

1KW) 110/220V 60HZ 23/11.5A POLE:4 PR

339 HK108

Key

7x7x35L

339 HK108

Key

8x7x35L

340 HW005

Washer

ø8.4*ø17Xt1.6mm

341 HS045

Hex. Head Screw

M8-1.25Px15L

342 HS032

Hex. Head Screw

Hex. Head Screw

M6-1.0Px10L

343 HW016

Washer

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

345S 189059JS

Motor Pulley Cover Assembly

345-1 103127 M6-1.0Px10L

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

3.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

4.00

4.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

4.00

3.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

NOTE

-29-

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION

345-2 HW004

345-3 189086

345-4 HS228

Washer

Bracket

Hex. Head Screw

SPECIFICATION

ø6.5Xø18Xt1.5mm

M6-1.0Px10L

345 189059V

Pulley Cover

345-1 189058V

Pulley Cover

345-2 103127

Hex. Head Screw

M6-1.0Px10L

345-3 1966018

Stopper

345-4

348

349

350

350

351

HS812

189029

HS430

189046

Cross Tablet Head Screw M5-0.8Px8L

Spindle Pulley

Ø22,key=5X5

Hex. Headless Screw

M8-1.25Px10L

Belt

17-330(=A32)

1965045

Belt

1965050B

Motor Pulley

1422/V330/22x22

Ø24key=7X7

351S 1965032S

Variable Speed Pulley Set

351-1 1965032

Variable Speed Pulley

351-2 1965033

Spindle Pulley

351-3 1965073

Speed Indicator Dial

Ø24key=8X7

Ø22,key=7X7

352 HS430

Hex. Headless Screw

M8-1.25Px10L

7x7x37L 352 HK093

Key

353 189040

Speed Indicator Dial

354S

103127S

3 Way Valve Assembly

354-1

103126-4

Hose Clamp

354-2

103127-6

Micro Control Block

354-3

103127-6

Micro Control Block

354-4

103125-5

Hose Clamp

354-5

103127-4

Net Tube

354-6

105173

3 Way Valve

∮12

PT1/4"x1/2"

PT1/4"x1/2"

∮19

ID1/4"x2.2tx80cm

354-7

103127-1

Straight Connector

354-8

HS232

Hex. Head Screw

PT1/4"x1/4"

M6-1.0Px30L

354-9

103127-3

Net Tube

ID1/4"x2.2tx143cm

354-10

189062

354-11

HI105

354-12

355

HS527

Net Tube

fixed support

ID1/4"x2.8tx32cm

Cross Round Head Screw M6*10L

198051A Blade Tension Handle

355-1 198086

356

357

358

Knob

CA51203

Bearing

189053

Tension Indication Ring

198093

Spring Washer

51203

∮ID16.3X∮31.5X1.8t

-30-

1.00

1.00

1.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

3.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

QTY

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

10.00

NOTE

PARTS LIST

MODEL NO. 916S / 916SV

CODE NO PART NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

359

363

198026

359

187067

360

362

189050

360-1

189041

361

HS423

189051

HN008

364

121011

365

HS242

366

189054

367

HW106

368

HS066

369

189052

Leadscrew

Leadscrew

Tension

Tension Scale

Hex. Headless Screw

Anchor Block

Hex. Nut

Washer

Hex. Head Screw

Screw

Spring Washer

Hex. Head Screw

M6-1.0Px15L

M16XP2

M8-1.25PX20L

∮10.2-3t

M10-1.5Px60L

Press Board

370

HW105

Spring Washer

ø8.2-2.5t

371

372

373

374

375

376

376

377

HS240

HF024

Hex. Head Screw

Hex. Head Screw

M8-1.25Px10L

M6-1.0Px12L

W005

Washer

1/4"x16xt1.5

189048

Control Box

HS622

189047

Control Plate

189047A

Control Plate

HE501

Flat Cross Head Screw

M6-1.0Px12L

Cross Tablet Head Screw M5-0.8Px8L(Washer)

380S

198150MS Micro Switch Assembly

380 198150M

Micro Switch Bracket

382

383

HS513

HW005

Cross Round Head Screw M4-0.7Px30L

Washer M5

M5X15L 384

386

387

HS219

198170

187066

Hex. Head Screw

Scale disconnection

2.00

1.00

1.00

8.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

4.00

4.00

2.00

2.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

3.00

3.00

3.00

2.00

QTY

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

NOTE

-31-

MANUFACTURER:

ADDRESS:

SERIAL No.:

PLEASE WRITE DOWN THE SERIAL NO. ON THIS BLOCK FROM THE NAME

PLATE AFTER YOU RECEIVE THIS MACHINE.

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