model g0596-99 industrial bench grinder

MODEL
G0596-99
INDUSTRIAL BENCH GRINDER
OWNER'S Manual
Copyright © JANUARY, 2006 By Grizzly Industrial, Inc. REVISED october, 2009 (BL)
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................ 2
Manual Accuracy......................................................................................................................... 2
Contact Info................................................................................................................................. 2
Identification................................................................................................................................ 3
Machine Specfications................................................................................................................ 3
SECTION 1: SAFETY........................................................................................................................ 4
Safety Instructions for Machinery................................................................................................ 4
Additional Safety for Grinders..................................................................................................... 6
SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS......................................................................................... 7
Power Connection....................................................................................................................... 7
Grounding.................................................................................................................................... 8
Extension Cords.......................................................................................................................... 8
Phase Converter (G0599 Only).................................................................................................. 8
SECTION 3: SET UP......................................................................................................................... 9
Set Up Safety.............................................................................................................................. 9
Items Needed for Set Up............................................................................................................ 9
Unpacking................................................................................................................................... 9
Inventory.................................................................................................................................... 10
Eye Shields............................................................................................................................... 10
Mounting.................................................................................................................................... 10
Dust Collection.......................................................................................................................... 11
Test Run.................................................................................................................................... 11
Hardware Recognition Chart..................................................................................................... 12
SECTION 4: OPERATIONS............................................................................................................ 13
Operation Safety....................................................................................................................... 13
Grinding Tips............................................................................................................................. 13
Wheel Care............................................................................................................................... 14
Wheel Selection........................................................................................................................ 14
Wheel Inspection....................................................................................................................... 15
Wheel Dressing......................................................................................................................... 15
Wheel Replacement.................................................................................................................. 16
SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES.......................................................................................................... 17
SECTION 6: SERVICE.................................................................................................................... 18
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 18
SECTION 7: WIRING....................................................................................................................... 19
Wiring Safety Instructions......................................................................................................... 19
G0596 Wiring Diagram.............................................................................................................. 20
G0597/G0598 Wiring Diagram.................................................................................................. 21
G0599 Wiring Diagram.............................................................................................................. 22
SECTION 8: PARTS........................................................................................................................ 23
Parts Breakdown Main.............................................................................................................. 23
Parts Breakdown Shield............................................................................................................ 24
Parts List G0596-G0597........................................................................................................... 25
Parts List G0598-G0599........................................................................................................... 26
WARRANTY AND RETURNS......................................................................................................... 29
INTRODUCTION
Manual Accuracy
Contact Info
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
Machine Specfications
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
Model G0596-99
G0596
G0597
G0598
1
11⁄2
2
110, 1-PH
220V, 1-PH
220V, 1-PH
220V, 3-PH
Amps
14A
8.5A
12A
10A
RPM
1800
1800
1200
Wheel Size
8 x 1 x 1"
10 x 1 x 1"
12 x 1 ⁄2 x 1 ⁄4"
12 x 2 x 11⁄4"
Wheel Type
Type 1
Type 1
Type 1
Type 1
1"
1"
1
1 ⁄4"
11⁄4"
Height
181⁄2"
181⁄2"
22"
22"
Width
24"
24"
30"
30"
Depth
16"
1
17 ⁄2"
19"
19"
Dust Port Diameter
1
2 ⁄2"
1
2 ⁄2"
3"
3"
Net Weight
118 Lbs.
132 Lbs.
220 Lbs.
226 Lbs.
Shipping Weight
139 Lbs.
163 Lbs.
264 Lbs.
264 Lbs.
28 x 20 x 16"
28 x 22 x 18"
34 x 24 x 20"
34 x 24 x 20"
Motor HP
Voltage/Phase
Arbor Size
Shipping Dimensions
G0599
3
1
1200
1
Identification
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B
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F
A. Lighted Eye Shield (to be used WITH safety
glasses and face shield)
B. Grinding Wheel
C. Tool Rest
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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E. Wheel Safety Guard
F. Coolant Cup
G.Dust Port
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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.
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.
symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about
NOTICE This
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Safety Instructions for Machinery
Safety Instructions for Machinery
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Additional Safety for Grinders
1. EYE PROTECTION. Grinding ejects small
particles at a high rate of speed. ALWAYS
wear safety glasses when using this
machine.
2. MOUNTING TO BENCH/STAND. An unsecured grinder may become dangerously
out of control during operation. Make sure
grinder is FIRMLY secured to a bench/
stand before use.
3. WHEEL SPEED RATING. Wheels operated at a faster speed than rated for
may break or fly apart. Before mounting a new wheel, be sure the wheel
RPM rating is equal or higher than the
speed of the grinder.
4. WHEEL FLANGES. Only use the flanges
included with the grinder when mounting
wheels. Other flanges may not properly
secure the wheel and cause an accident.
5. RING TEST. Perform a "ring test" on grinding wheels before installation to ensure
that they are safe to use. A wheel that does
not pass the ring test may break or fly apart
during operation.
6. STARTING GRINDER. If a wheel is damaged, it will usually fly apart shortly after
start-up. To protect yourself, always stand
to the side of the grinder when turning it
ON and allow it to run a full minute before
standing in front of it.
Like all machinery there is potential danger
when operating this machine. Accidents are
frequently caused by lack of familiarity or
failure to pay attention. Use this machine
with respect and caution to lessen the possibility of operator injury. If normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored, serious personal injury may occur.
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7. LUNG PROTECTION. Grinding produces
hazardous dust, which may cause longterm respiratory problems. Always wear a
NIOSH–approved dust mask or respirator
when grinding.
8. SIDE GRINDING. Grinding on the side of
wheels can cause the them to break and
fly apart—unless the wheel is rated for side
grinding.
9. TOP GRINDING. Grinding on the top
of wheels greatly increases the risk of
workpiece kickback. Always grind on the
downward part of the wheel.
10. HAND/WHEEL CONTACT. Grinding
wheels can remove a lot of skin fast. Keep
a firm grip on the workpiece and position
your hands a safe distance away when
grinding. DO NOT wear gloves as they
may get caught in the grinding wheel and
cause even more serious injuries.
11. TOOL REST POSITION. If the tool rest is
too far away from the wheel, the workpiece
may be pulled down, causing loss of control and pulling your hand into the grinding
wheel. Keep the tool rest within 1⁄8" from the
wheel when operating.
12. CRACKED WHEEL. Cracked wheels
may break and fly apart during operation.
Replace cracked wheels immediately!
No list of safety guidelines can be complete.
Every shop environment is different. Always
consider safety first, as it applies to your
individual working conditions. Use this and
other machinery with caution and respect.
Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury, damage to equipment, or poor
work results.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
Power Connection
Serious personal injury could occur if you
connect the machine to the power source
before you have completed the set up process. DO NOT connect the machine to the
power source until instructed to do so.
Amperage Draw
The motor for your machine may draw the following amps at maximum load.
G0596 at 110V Single-Phase................ 14
G0597 at 220V Single-Phase............... 8.5
G0598 at 220V Single-Phase................ 12
G0599 at 220V 3-Phase........................ 10
Plug Type
With the exception of the G0596, the cord set
enclosed does not have a plug as the style of plug
you require will depend upon the type of service
you currently have or plan to install. We recommend using the following plugs for your machine
on a dedicated circuit only (see Figures 1–?? for
examples):
G0597 at 220V.......................... NEMA 6-15 Plug
G0598 at 220V.......................... NEMA 6-15 Plug
G0599 at 220V 3-Phase... NEMA 15-15R Plug or
..220V Locking Shut-Off Switch (recommended)
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Power Supply Circuit Requirements
The power supply circuit for your machine MUST
be grounded and rated for the amperage given
below. Never replace a circuit breaker on an existing circuit with one of higher amperage without
consulting a qualified electrician to ensure compliance with wiring codes. If you are unsure about
the wiring codes in your area or you plan to
connect your machine to a shared circuit, consult a qualified electrician.
G0596 Power Source............ 110V Single-Phase
G0596 Minimum Circuit Size................. 20 Amps
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G0598 Power Source............220V Single-Phase
G0598 Minimum Circuit Size................. 15 Amps
G0599 Power Source....................220V 3-Phase
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Grounding
Extension Cords
In the event of an electrical short, grounding
reduces the risk of electric shock. The grounding
wire in the power cord must be properly connected to the grounding prong on the plug; likewise,
the outlet must be properly installed and grounded. All electrical connections must be made in
accordance with local codes and ordinances.
We do not recommend the use of extension cords.
Instead, arrange the placement of your equipment
and the installed wiring to eliminate the need for
extension cords.
If you find it absolutely necessary to use an extension cord with your machine, the extension cord
must also contain a ground wire and plug pin.
110V Operation
Electrocution or fire could
result if machine is not
grounded and installed in
compliance with electrical
codes. Compliance MUST
be verified by a qualified
electrician!
Use at least a 12 gauge cord that does not exceed
50 feet in length!
220V Operation
Use at least a 12 gauge cord that does not exceed
50 feet in length!
Phase Converter
(G0599 Only)
This machine MUST have a ground prong in
the plug to help ensure that it is grounded.
DO NOT remove ­ground prong from plug
to fit into a two-pronged outlet! If the plug
will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
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The power from the manufactured leg may damage electrical components on your machine if
connected to the wrong incoming power terminal.
Only connect the manufactured leg to the "S"
terminal (see wiring diagram for identification).
DO NOT use a static phase converter, as they
notoriously damage electrical components.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
SECTION 3: SET UP
Set Up Safety
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 set up process!
The Model G0596-99 is
a heavy machine. DO
NOT over-exert yourself
while unpacking or moving your machine—get
assistance.
Items Needed for
Set Up
The following items are needed to complete the
set up process, but are not included with your
machine:
Description
Qty
• Wrench or Socket 12mm............................. 1
• Wrench or Socket 8mm............................... 1
•Safety Glasses (for each person)............... 1
•Phillips Screwdriver #2................................ 1
• Assistant................................................... 1-2
Unpacking
The Model G0596-99 was carefully packed when
it left our warehouse. If you discover the machine
is damaged after you have signed for delivery,
please immediately call Customer Service at
(570) 546-9663 for advice.
Save the containers and all packing materials for
possible inspection by the carrier or its agent.
Otherwise, filing a freight claim can be difficult.
When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory the
contents.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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Inventory
Mounting
After all the parts have been removed from the
box you should have the following items:
Mount the grinder on the optional H7834 stand
(see Page 17), or a workbench that is sturdy
enough to hold the weight of the machine and
any downward pressure that may be applied during operation.
Box 1:
Qty
A.Grinder........................................................ 1
B. Wrench 38mm (G0596/G0597)................... 1
C. Wrench 50mm (G0598/G0599)................... 1
NOTICE
Some hardware/fasteners on the inventory
list may arrive pre-installed on the machine.
Check these locations before assuming that
any items from the inventory list are missing.
The stand or workbench should be level, rigid,
and attached to the floor, so it will not move during operation.
For proper safety, drill holes in your workbench
and secure the grinder with hex bolts, washers,
and hex nuts, or with lag screws and flat washers. (Mounting hardware is not provided due to
the many possible set ups and workbench thicknesses.)
When locating your grinder, remember:
Eye Shields
The eye shields on the Model G0596-99 may
come pre-mounted from the factory. If they do not,
attach them at this time with the two Phillips head
screws provided.
Light Switch
Mounting Screws
•You will need room for potentially large
workpieces.
•Maintain easy access to dust ports for attaching dust collection system.
•Grinding without dust collection system
spreads dust in the immediate vicinity of the
grinder.
•Grinding creates flying sparks that MUST be
out of reach of any flammables.
•You will need a lot of light around the
grinding wheel in addition to the lighted eye
shields.
Figure 3. Eye shield.
DO NOT operate this grinder without the eye
shields or wheel guards in place. Failure
to properly use these safety devices could
lead to serious injury!
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
Dust Collection
Test Run
The test run ensures that the grinder and grinder
wheels were not damaged during shipping.
DO NOT operate the Model G0596-99 without
an adequate dust collection system. This
grinder creates substantial amounts of dust
while operating. Failure to use a dust collection system can result in short and long-term
respiratory illness.
The Model G0596-99 features a dust port at the
rear of the grinding wheel. If a dust collection system is not attached, both ports have spark deflectors that direct sparks downward.
To connect a dust collection hose:
1.Remove the spark deflector.
2. Fit the dust hose over the dust port, as shown
in Figure 4, and secure in place with a hose
clamp.
3.Tug the hose to make sure it does not come
off. Note: A tight fit is necessary for proper
performance.
Spark Deflector
To test run the grinder:
1.Review and understand all grinder safety
information.
2.Remove the wheels and closely inspect the
overall conditions. Follow this by performing
a "Ring Test" (see Wheel Inspection on
Page 15 and Wheel Replacement on Page
16).
3.Plug the grinder into the power source.
4.Put on safety glasses and face shield.
5.Stand to the side of the line of the wheels
rotation, turn the grinder ON, and allow it to
run a least one minute, before standing in
front of it.
—The grinder should run smoothly.
—Grinding wheels should run true without
noticeable vibration.
—If there is an obvious problem with the way
the grinder is running, turn it OFF immediately and troubleshoot the problem, using
the troubleshooting table on Page 18. DO
NOT operate the grinder until it is fixed.
Dust Port
Figure 4. Dust port.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD! DO NOT
attach dust ports to a dust collection system
designed or used for wood dust collection.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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Hardware Recognition Chart
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
SECTION 4: OPERATIONS
Operation Safety
Damage to your eyes, lungs, and ears could
result from using this machine without proper protective gear. Always wear safety glasses with face shield, a respirator, and hearing
protection when operating this machine.
Grinding Tips
The grinder is a safe tool when used properly. In
addition to the safety instructions in this manual,
the most important safety consideration is to use
common sense at all times. What may be okay in
one situation, may not be safe in another.
Here are some tips to keep in mind while
grinding:
•DO NOT grind on the side of the wheel. The
wheels provided with the Model G0596-99
are not designed for side grinding. Grinding
on the side greatly stresses the wheel and
may cause it to shatter.
•
Loose hair and clothing could get caught in
machinery and cause serious personal injury. Keep
loose clothing and long
hair away from moving
machinery.
NOTICE
If you have never used this type of machine
or equipment before, We strongly recommend that you read books, trade 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.
Wear the proper protective clothing. Particles
flying off of a grinding wheel will be traveling very fast—prepare for this. Wear safety
glasses/face shield, a dust mask, earplugs,
a leather apron, and heavy leather boots.
•Make sure all guards are in place.
•Remember that grinding often produces
sparks. DO NOT allow anyone to stand in
the path of the sparks. DO NOT grind near
flammable materials.
•Maintain proper care of your wheels. Read
the Wheel Care on Page 14.
•Grasp the workpiece firmly and properly
support it on the tool rest during grinding.
Maintain even pressure and control of the
workpiece when grinding.
•
Concentrate on the task at hand. STOP
grinding if you are distracted.
•DO NOT grind workpieces that are heavier
than the wheel itself. This stresses the
wheel. In these cases use a handheld grinder instead.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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Wheel Care
Wheel Selection
Your safety when grinding depends, on a large
part, on the condition of the wheel during grinding. A wheel in poor condition presents the possibility of breaking apart during rotation and injuring
the operator and others in the area.
The Model G0596/G0597 only accepts Type 1
wheels with a 1" bore. The Model G0598/G0599
only accepts Type 1 wheels with a 11⁄4" bore.
Here are some tips to help you avoid breaking
the wheel:
•
Always transport, store and handle wheels
with care. Wheels may be damaged if they
are dropped or if heavy objects are stacked
on them.
•Select the right grinding wheel for the job.
DO NOT grind material inappropriate for the
wheel type.
•Select the right wheel for the machine. A
machine that rotates at a higher RPM than
the wheel is rated for may cause the wheel
to fly apart.
•Mount the wheels properly. (See the Wheel
Replacement instructions on Page 16 for
guidance.)
•Do not abuse the wheel by jamming the work
into the grinding wheel with excessive force
that causes the grinder to bog down, or apply
pressure to stop the wheel after turning the
grinder OFF.
•Dress the wheel when necessary. Do not
allow it to become glazed.
•
Always spin water/coolant out of the wheel
before turning the grinder OFF. This may
take 5–10 minutes. (If moisture is left on the
wheel, the wheel may warp.)
•Do not store wheels in damp or wet locations.
•Do not grind on the side of the wheel unless
wheel is designed for side grinding.
•Do not overtighten the nut when mounting
the wheel.
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Aluminum oxide and silicon carbide wheels are
marked in a somewhat uniform manner by all the
major manufacturers. Understanding these markings will help you understand the capabilities of
various wheels. Always refer to the manufacturer’s grinding recommendations when selecting a
wheel for your project.
The basic format for wheel numbering is:
Prefix
1
Abrasive
Grit Size
Type
A
60
Grade
Bond
Type
L
V
The Prefix is the manufacturer’s designation for a
particular wheel type (eg, Type 1 wheels).
The most common Abrasive Types used are A
for Aluminum Oxide, C for Silicon Carbide, and
occasionally SG for Seeded Gel.
The Grit Size is a number that refers to the size
of the abrasive grain in the wheel. The lower the
number, the coarser the wheel. Ten is a very
coarse wheel for roughing and 220 is usually the
upper range for fine finish work.
Grade is an indication of the hardness of the
wheel—“A” being the softest and “Z” being the
hardest.
Bond Type refers to the type of bonding material
used to hold the abrasive material. Most general
purpose wheels will have a “V” indicating Vitrified
Clay is used. Vitrified Clay provides high strength
and good porosity. The other common bond type
is “B” for resin where synthetic resins are used.
These are used to grind cemented carbide and
ceramic materials.
Note: There may be other numbers inserted that
have meaning for a particular type of wheel. Refer
to the manufacturer’s technical data for a complete explanation.
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
Wheel Inspection
Before mounting a new grinding wheel, it must
be inspected. Do not assume that a wheel is in
sound condition just because it is new—often
damage can occur in shipping, with age, or with
exposure to moisture.
First, do a Visual Inspection. Look for any
cracks, chips, nicks or dents in the surface of the
wheel. If you see any of these, DO NOT use the
wheel.
Second, do a Ring Test. This test will give you an
indication of any internal damage that may not be
obvious during a visual inspection.
To perform a Ring Test:
1.Make sure the wheel that you test is clean and
dry; otherwise, you may get false results.
2.If size permits, balance the wheel with your
finger in the hole. If this is not possible, hang
the wheel in the air with a piece of cord or
string looped through the hole in the center.
4. An undamaged wheel will emit a clear metallic ring or “ping” sound in each of these spots.
A damaged wheel will respond with a dull
thud that has no clear tone.
5.If you determine from the ring test that the
wheel is damaged, DO NOT use it!
Wheel Dressing
Depending on the type of grinding you do, the
grinding wheel may require periodic dressing.
There are several different types of wheel dressing devices available on the market (see Page
17). Dressing restores the abrasive quality of the
wheel surface and brings the wheel edge back to
a square form.
Refer to the instructions that accompany your
dressing accessory for complete details on how
to properly dress a wheel.
3. At the spots shown in Figure 5, gently tap
the wheel with a light non-metallic device
such as the handle of a screwdriver or a
wooden mallet.
Note: Finding the exact spot to tap will take
several attempts.
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Arbor Nut
2.Remove the wheel guard.
3. Use a wrench on the arbor nut. Hold the
wheel from turning with your other hand.
Note that the wheel on the left-hand side of
the machine has left-handed threads, so the
arbor nut on that side must be turned clockwise to loosen.
4.Remove the outer wheel flange and the
paper disc. Pull the wheel free from the
arbor. There will also be a paper disc and a
wheel flange on the other side of the wheel.
5.Mount the new wheel as shown in Figure
6. Always make certain there is a paper or
fiber disc between the wheel flanges and
the wheel itself. Tighten the nut snugly but
DO NOT over-tighten. Over-tightening can
crack the wheel (see Figure 7).
Figure 7. Nut removal/tightnening.
6.Re-install the wheel guard.
7.Run a new wheel for at least one minute
while standing clear of the line of rotation. If
a wheel does have defects it will generally fail
within that time.
NEVER assemble a grinding wheel on the
arbor without paper or fiber discs between
the wheel and the flange. Not using the
discs can put stress on the wheel, causing
it to crack and possibly fall apart.
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
ACCESSORIES
SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES
G0596 Replacement Wheels
Model H8880—8 x 1 x 1" Al Oxide 24 Grit
Model H8881—8 x 1 x 1" Al Oxide 36 Grit
Model H7834—341⁄2" Stand for Industrial
Bench Grinders.
G0597 Replacement Wheels
Model H8882—10 x 1 x 1" Al Oxide 24 Grit
Model H8883—10 x 1 x 1" Al Oxide 36 Grit
G0598 Replacement Wheels
Model H8884—12 x 11 ⁄ 2 x 11 ⁄4" Al Oxide 24 Grit
Model H8885—12 x 11 ⁄ 2 x 11 ⁄4" Al Oxide 36 Grit
G0599 Replacement Wheels
Model H8886—12 x 2 x 11 ⁄4" Al Oxide 24 Grit
Model H8887—12 x 2 x 11 ⁄4" Al Oxide 36 Grit
Model H5891—1 ⁄4 Carat Diamond Dresser
Model H5892— 3 ⁄4 Carat Diamond Dresser
Model H5944—#0 Wheel Dresser
Model H5945—#1 Wheel Dresser
Model H5946—#2 Wheel Dresser
Model G3446—Accu-Sharp Jigs
Model G4570—Accu-Sharp Stubby Chisel Jig
H5892
H5891
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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SECTION 6: SERVICE
Review the troubleshooting and procedures in this section to fix your machine if a problem develops. If you
need replacement parts or you are unsure of your repair skills, then feel free to call our Technical Support
at (570) 546-9663.
Troubleshooting
Motor & Electrical
Symptom
Possible Cause
Possible Solution
Motor will not start.
1.Low voltage.
1. Check power line for proper voltage.
2.Open circuit in motor or loose connections.
2.Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open
1.Short circuit in line cord or plug.
1.Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted
2.Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
2.Inspect all connections on motor for loose or shorted termi-
3.Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in power line.
3.Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
1.Motor overloaded.
1.Reduce load on motor.
connections.
Motor will not start;
fuses or circuit
breakers blow.
wires.
nals or worn insulation.
Motor overheats.
Motor stalls (result- 1.Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
ing in blown fuses
or tripped circuit).
2.Low voltage.
3.Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in power line.
4.Motor overloaded.
1.Inspect connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals
or worn insulation.
2 Correct the low voltage conditions.
3.Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
4.Reduce load on motor.
Machine
slows 1.Operator is using too much pressure.
when operating.
1. Use less pressure when grinding.
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condi- 1.Machine vibrating.
tion on surface of
workpiece.
2. Workpiece not being held firmly.
1.Make sure machine is securely mounted on a solid sur-
Lines on surface of
workpiece.
face.
2. Use a holding device to firmly retain the workpiece.
3. Wheel face uneven.
3.Dress the grinding wheel.
4. Wheel is too hard.
4. Use softer wheel, or reduce the feed rate.
1.Impurity on wheel surface.
1.Dress the grinding wheel.
2. Workpiece not being held tightly.
2. Use a holding device to firmly retain the workpiece.
Burning
spots 1.Improper type of grinding wheel.
or cracks in the 2.Improper feed rate.
workpiece.
3. Coolant required.
Wheel dulls quickly, 1.Depth of cut too great.
grit falls off.
1.Try a wheel which is softer style or a coarser grit.
2.Slow down the rate of movement of the workpiece into
wheel.
3. Add optional coolant system or introduce coolant by hand.
1.Slow down the rate of movement of the workpiece into
wheel.
2. Wheel is too soft.
2. Wheel too soft for the material being ground, select harder
3. Wheel diameter too small.
3.Replace the wheel.
4. Bad wheel dress.
4.Dress the wheel.
5.Defective wheel bonding.
5. Consult manufacturer of grinding wheel.
bond.
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
SECTION 7: 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. 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.
Wiring Safety Instructions
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Parts Breakdown Main
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Parts Breakdown Shield
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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.
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
Parts List G0596-G0597
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
H7834
STAND (OPTIONAL)
12-17
P0596012-17
LAMP COVER
2
P0596002
MOTOR 1HP,110,1PH (G0596)
12-18
P0596012-18
SPECIAL WASHER
2-1
P0596002-1
CAPACITOR 30M 250V
12-19
PW08
FLAT WASHER #8
2
P0597002
MOTOR 1.5HP, 220V,1PH (G0597)
13
P0596013
SWITCH BRACKET
2-1
P0597002-1
CAPACITOR 50M 250V
14
P0596014
SPARK HOOD
3
P0596003
WHEEL GUARD, RIGHT (G0596)
15
P0596015
TOOL REST SUPPORT
3
P0597003
WHEEL GUARD, RIGHT (G0597)
16
P0596016
WRENCH 38MM (G0596-G0597)
4
P0596004
WHEEL GUARD, LEFT (G0596)
17
P0596017
SPARK SHIELD (G0596-G0597)
4
P0597004
WHEEL GUARD, LEFT (G0597)
18
P0596018
SPARK SHIELD BRACKET
5
P0596005
WHEEL FLANGE
19
P0596019
MAGNETIC SWITCH (G0596)
6
P0596006
WHEEL COVER (G0596)
19
P0597019
MAGNETIC SWITCH (G0597)
6
P0597006
WHEEL COVER (G0597)
20
P0596020
HANDLE 5/16-18 X 5/8
7
PN22
HEX NUT 1-8 (G0596-G0597)
21
PFB13
FLANGE BOLT 1/4-20 X 1
8
PN18
HEX NUT 1-8 LH (G0596-G0597)
22
PB58
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 2
9
H8880
WHEEL 8 X 1 X 1, 24 GRIT
23
PB155
HEX BOLT 10-24 X 1-1/4
9-1
H8881
WHEEL 8 X 1 X 1, 36 GRIT
24
PB09
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1/2
9
H8882
WHEEL 10 X 1 X 1, 24 GRIT
25
PB07M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
9-1
H8883
WHEEL 10 X 1 X 1, 36 GRIT
26
PSB17
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
10
P0596010
WATER TRAY
27
PS06
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 3/8
11
P0596011
TOOL REST
28
PS04
PHLP HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1/2
12
P0596012
EYE SHIELD ASSY (G0596)
29
PS01
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 1/2
12
P0597012A
EYE SHIELD ASSY (G0597-G0599)
30
PFH21
FLAT HD SCR 10-24 X 3/4
12-1
P0596012-1
FRAME
31
P0596031
NYLON CLIP 8MM
12-2
P0596012-2
MOUNT
32
PN08
HEX NUT 3/8-16
12-3
P0596012-3
PIVOT SUPPORT
33
PN05
HEX NUT 1/4-20
12-4
P0596012-4
ARM
34
PWN02
WING NUT 1/4-20
12-5
P0596012-5
BAFFLE
35
P0596035
STRAIN RELIEF
12-6
P0596012-6
CLEAR SHIELD
36
P0596036
MOTOR CORD
12-7
P0596012-7
FLUORESCENT TUBE (G0596)
37
P0596037
POWER CORD
12-7
P0597012-7
FLUORESCENT TUBE (G0597)
38
PW07
FLAT WASHER 5/16
12-8
P0596012-8
LAMP CONTACT
39
PLW04
LOCK WASHER 3/8
12-9
P0596012-9
SWITCH
40
PW02
FLAT WASHER 3/8
12-10
P0596012-10
BALLAST (G0596)
41
PLW03
LOCK WASHER 3/16
12-10
P0597012-10
BALLAST (G0597)
42
PW06
FLAT WASHER 1/4
12-11
P0596012-11
KNOB 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
43
PLW04M
LOCK WASHER 8MM
12-12
P0596012-12
KNOB 1/4-20 X 1/2
44
PLW03
LOCK WASHER 3/16
12-13
P0596012-13
KNOB 1/4-20 X 1
45
P0596045
MACHINE ID LABEL (G0596)
12-14
PHTEK33
TAP SCREW 8-32 X 1/4
45
P0597045
MACHINE ID LABEL (G0597)
12-15
PN05
HEX NUT 1/4-20
46
P0596046
FACE SHEILD LABEL
12-16
P0596012-16
POWER SUPPLY CORD
47
PLABEL-14
ELECTRICITY LABEL
Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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Parts List G0598-G0599
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
H7834
STAND (OPTIONAL)
14
P0596014
SPARK HOOD
2
P0598002
MOTOR 2HP, 1PH, 220V(G0598)
15
P0598015
TOOL REST SUPPORT
2-1
P0597002-1
CAPACITOR 50MFD-250VAC
16
P0598016
WRENCH 50MM (G0598-G0599)
2
P0599002
MOTOR 3HP, 3PH, 220V(G0599)
17
P0598017
SPARK SHIELD(G0598)
3
P0598003
WHEEL GUARD, RIGHT
17
P0599017
SPARK SHIELD(G0599)
4
P0598004
WHEEL GUARD, LEFT
18
P0596018
SPARK SHIELD BRACKET
5
P0598005
WHEEL FLANGE
19
P0598019
MAGNETIC SWITCH 2HP(G0598)
6
P0598006
WHEEL COVER
19
P0599019
MAGNETIC SWITCH 3HP(G0599)
7
PN36
HEX NUT 1-1/4-7 (G0598-G0599)
20
P0596020
HANDLE 5/16-18 X 5/8
8
PN37
HEX NUT 1-1/4-7 LH (G0598-G0599)
21
PFB13
FLANGE BOLT 1/4-20 X 1
9
H8884
WHEEL 12 X 1.5 X1-1/4, 24 GRIT
22
PB58
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 2
9-1
H8885
WHEEL 12 X 1.5 X1-1/4, 36 GRIT
23
PB93
HEX BOLT 10-24 X 1-1/2
9
H8885
WHEEL 12 X 2 X 1-1/4, 24 GRIT
24
PB09
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1/2
9-1
H8887
WHEEL 12 X 2 X 1-1/4, 36 GRIT
25
PB07M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
10
P0596010
WATER TRAY
26
PSB17
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
11
P0598011
TOOL REST (G0598)
27
PS06
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 3/8
11
P0599011
TOOL REST (G0599)
28
PS04
PHLP HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1/2
12
P0597012A
EYE SHIELD W/ LIGHT ASSY
29
PS01
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 1/2
12-1
P0596012-1
FRAME
30
PFH21
FLAT HD SCR 10-24 X 3/4
12-2
P0596012-2
MOUNT
31
P0596031
NYLON CLIP 8MM
12-3
P0596012-3
PIVOT SUPPORT
32
PN08
HEX NUT 3/8-16
12-4
P0596012-4
ARM
33
PN05
HEX NUT 1/4-20
12-5
P0596012-5
BAFFLE
34
PWN02
WING NUT 1/4-20
12-6
P0596012-6
CLEAR SHIELD
35
P0596035
STRAIN RELIEF
12-7
P0597012-7
FLUORESCENT TUBE
36
P0598036
MOTOR CORD
12-8
P0596012-8
LAMP CONTACT
37
P0598037
POWER CORD
12-9
P0596012-9
SWITCH
38
PW07
FLAT WASHER 5/16
12-10
P0597012-10 BALLAST
39
PLW04
LOCK WASHER 3/8
12-11
P0596012-11 KNOB 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
40
PW02
FLAT WASHER 3/8
12-12
P0596012-12 KNOB 1/4-20 X 1/2
41
PLW03
LOCK WASHER 3/16
12-13
P0596012-13 KNOB 1/4-20 X 1
42
PW06
FLAT WASHER 1/4
12-14
PHTEK33
TAP SCREW 8-32 X 1/4
43
PLW04M
LOCK WASHER 8MM
12-15
PN05
HEX NUT 1/4-20
44
PLW03
LOCK WASHER 3/16
12-16
P0596012-16 POWER SUPPLY CORD
45
P0598045
MACHINE ID LABEL (G0598)
12-17
P0596012-17 LAMP COVER
45
P0599045
MACHINE ID LABEL (G0599)
12-18
P0596012-18 SPECIAL WASHER
46
P0596046
FACE SHIELD LABEL
12-19
PW08
FLAT WASHER #8
47
PLABEL-14
ELECTRICITY LABEL
13
P0596013
SWITCH BRACKET
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Model G0596-99 (Mfg. since 3/06)
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