XACTA Saw Deluxe

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Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
XACTA Saw Deluxe
WMH TOOL GROUP
2420 Vantage Drive
Elgin, Illinois 60124
Ph.: 800-274-6848
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
Part No. M-708674
Revision B1 11/07
Copyright © WMH Tool Group
Warranty and Service
WMH Tool Group, Inc., warrants every product it sells. If one of our tools needs service or repair, one of our Authorized
Service Centers located throughout the United States can give you quick service. In most cases, any of these WMH Tool
Group Authorized Service Centers can authorize warranty repair, assist you in obtaining parts, or perform routine
maintenance and major repair on your JET® tools. For the name of an Authorized Service Center in your area call 1-800274-6848.
MORE INFORMATION
WMH Tool Group is consistently adding new products to the line. For complete, up-to-date product information, check with
your local WMH Tool Group distributor, or visit jettools.com.
WARRANTY
JET products carry a limited warranty which varies in duration based upon the product. (MW = Metalworking, WW =
Woodworking)
WHAT IS COVERED?
This warranty covers any defects in workmanship or materials subject to the exceptions stated below. Cutting tools,
abrasives and other consumables are excluded from warranty coverage.
WHO IS COVERED?
This warranty covers only the initial purchaser of the product.
WHAT IS THE PERIOD OF COVERAGE?
The general JET warranty lasts for the time period specified in the product literature of each product.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED?
Five Year Warranties do not cover woodworking (WW) products used for commercial, industrial or educational purposes.
Woodworking products with Five Year Warranties that are used for commercial, industrial or education purposes revert to a
One Year Warranty. This warranty does not cover defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or
accidents, normal wear-and-tear, improper repair or alterations, or lack of maintenance.
HOW TO GET SERVICE
The product or part must be returned for examination, postage prepaid, to a location designated by us. For the name of the
location nearest you, please call 1-800-274-6848.
You must provide proof of initial purchase date and an explanation of the complaint must accompany the merchandise. If our
inspection discloses a defect, we will repair or replace the product, or refund the purchase price, at our option.
We will return the repaired product or replacement at our expense unless it is determined by us that there is no defect, or
that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty in which case we will, at your direction, dispose of
or return the product. In the event you choose to have the product returned, you will be responsible for the shipping and
handling costs of the return.
HOW STATE LAW APPLIES
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
LIMITATIONS ON THIS WARRANTY
WMH TOOL GROUP LIMITS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY FOR EACH
PRODUCT. EXCEPT AS STATED HEREIN, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS ARE
EXCLUDED. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG THE IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO
THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
WMH TOOL GROUP SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR DEATH, INJURIES TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY, OR FOR
INCIDENTAL, CONTINGENT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OF OUR
PRODUCTS. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
WMH Tool Group sells through distributors only. The specifications in WMH catalogs are given as general information and
are not binding. Members of WMH Tool Group reserve the right to effect at any time, without prior notice, those alterations to
parts, fittings, and accessory equipment which they may deem necessary for any reason whatsoever. JET® branded
products are not sold in Canada by WMH Tool Group.
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Table of Contents
Warranty and Service.................................................................................................................................... 2
Table of Contents.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Warnings ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................... 6
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Shipping Contents......................................................................................................................................... 7
Unpacking.................................................................................................................................................. 7
Cleaning .................................................................................................................................................... 7
Contents of the Shipping Container .......................................................................................................... 8
Assembly....................................................................................................................................................... 9
Motor Cover............................................................................................................................................... 9
Handwheel Assembly ................................................................................................................................ 9
Miter Gauge and Fence Storage Hooks.................................................................................................... 9
Extension Wing........................................................................................................................................ 10
Blade Installation/Replacement............................................................................................................... 10
Riving Knife and Guard Installation ......................................................................................................... 11
Mounting Rails & Extension Table .......................................................................................................... 12
Switch Installation.................................................................................................................................... 12
Electrical Connections................................................................................................................................. 12
Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................ 13
Handwheel Adjustments.......................................................................................................................... 13
Insert Adjustment..................................................................................................................................... 13
Miter Gauge............................................................................................................................................. 13
Riving Knife Adjustment .......................................................................................................................... 14
Blade Alignment ...................................................................................................................................... 15
Adjusting 45° and 90° Positive Stops ...................................................................................................... 16
Changing the Belt .................................................................................................................................... 17
Maintenance................................................................................................................................................ 17
Cleaning .................................................................................................................................................. 17
Lubrication ............................................................................................................................................... 17
Miscellaneous.......................................................................................................................................... 17
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 18
Optional Accessories .................................................................................................................................. 19
Parts ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
Ordering Replacement Parts................................................................................................................... 19
Table & Cabinet Parts List....................................................................................................................... 20
Trunnion & Motor Parts List..................................................................................................................... 22
Trunnion & Motor Assembly Drawing...................................................................................................... 24
Blade Guard Parts and Assembly ........................................................................................................... 25
Wiring Diagrams.......................................................................................................................................... 26
The specifications in this manual are given as general information and are not binding. WMH Tool Group
reserves the right to effect, at any time and without prior notice, changes or alterations to parts, fittings,
and accessory equipment deemed necessary for any reason whatsoever.
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Warnings
1. Read and understand the entire owner's manual before attempting assembly or operation.
2. Read and understand the warnings posted on the machine and in this manual. Failure to comply with
all of these warnings may cause serious injury.
3. Replace the warning labels if they become obscured or removed.
4. This table saw is designed and intended for use by properly trained and experienced personnel only.
If you are not familiar with the proper and safe operation of a table saw, do not use until proper
training and knowledge have been obtained.
5. Do not use this table saw for other than its intended use. If used for other purposes, WMH Tool Group
disclaims any real or implied warranty and holds itself harmless from any injury that may result from
that use.
6. Always wear approved safety glasses/face shields while using this table saw. Everyday eyeglasses
only have impact resistant lenses; they are not safety glasses.
7. Before operating this table saw, remove tie, rings, watches and other jewelry, and roll sleeves up past
the elbows. Remove all loose clothing and confine long hair. Non-slip footwear or anti-skid floor strips
are recommended. Do not wear gloves.
8. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during extended periods of operation.
9. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities
contain chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples
of these chemicals are:
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Lead from lead based paint.
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Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products.
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Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.
Your risk of exposure varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals, work in a well-ventilated area and work with approved safety
equipment, such as face or dust masks that are specifically designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
10. Do not operate this machine while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any medication.
11. Make certain the machine is properly grounded.
12. Make all machine adjustments or maintenance with the machine unplugged from the power source. A
machine under repair should be RED TAGGED to show it must not be used until maintenance is
complete.
13. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from the machine before turning it on.
14. Keep safety guards in place at all times when the machine is in use. If removed for maintenance
purposes, use extreme caution and replace the guards immediately.
15. Check the alignment of the riving knife, fence and miter slot to the blade. A caution decal is installed
on each guard to remind the operator of the dangers of improper machine operation.
16. Check damaged parts. Before further use of the machine, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully checked to determine 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.
17. Provide for adequate space surrounding work area and non-glare, overhead lighting.
18. Keep the floor around the machine clean and free of scrap material, oil and grease.
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19. Keep visitors a safe distance from the work area. Keep children away.
20. Make your workshop child proof with padlocks, master switches or by removing safety keys.
21. Give your work undivided attention. Looking around, carrying on a conversation and “horse-play” are
careless acts that can result in serious injury.
22. Maintain a balanced stance at all times so that you do not fall or lean against the blade or other
moving parts. Do not overreach or use excessive force to perform any machine operation.
23. Use the right tool at the correct speed and feed rate. Do not force a tool or attachment to do a job for
which it was not designed. The right tool will do the job better and safer.
24. Use recommended accessories; improper accessories may be hazardous.
25. Maintain tools with care. Keep blade sharp and clean for the best and safest performance. Follow
instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
26. Check the saw blade for cracks or missing teeth. Do not use a cracked or dull blade or one with
missing teeth or improper set. Make sure the blade is securely locked on the arbor.
27. Keep hands clear of the blade area. Do not reach past the blade to clear parts or scrap with the saw
blade running. Never saw freehand. Avoid awkward operations and hand positions where a sudden
slip could cause your hand to contact the blade.
28. Do not attempt to saw boards with loose knots or with nails or other foreign material, on its surface.
Do not attempt to saw twisted, warped, bowed or “in wind” stock unless one edge has been jointed for
guiding purposes prior to sawing.
29. Do not attempt to saw long or wide boards unsupported where spring or weight could cause the
board to shift position.
30. Always use the riving knife, blade guard, push stick and other safety devices for all operations where
they can be used. On operations such as dadoing or molding where the blade guard cannot be used,
use feather boards, fixtures and other safety devices and use extreme caution. Reinstall the riving
knife and blade guard immediately after completing the operation that required their removal.
31. Be sure the saw blade rotates clockwise when viewed from the motor side (left side) of the machine.
32. Turn off the machine before cleaning. Use a brush or compressed air to remove chips or debris — do
not use your hands.
33. Do not stand on the machine. Serious injury could occur if the machine tips over.
34. Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power off and do not leave the machine until it
comes to a complete stop.
35. Remove loose items and unnecessary work pieces from the area before starting the machine.
Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual:
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in minor injury and/or
possible machine damage.
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in serious injury or possibly
even death.
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Introduction
The JET XACTA® Saw Deluxe tablesaw you have purchased is a high quality machine tool that will give
you years of superior service. You will get maximum performance and enjoyment from your new table
saw if you will take a few moments now to review the entire manual before beginning assembly and
operation.
This tablesaw, as well as all JET products, are backed by a nationwide network of authorized distributors
and/or service centers. Please contact your nearest distributor should you require parts or service. Parts
are also available directly from WMH Tool Group by calling 1-800-274-6848.
Now that you have purchased a tablesaw, it is a good time to consider a dust collection system. See your
local JET distributor for the complete line of dust collectors and the full line of JET Dust Collector Hoses
and Accessories. Customize your installation and obtain maximum performance with JET's dust hoods,
hoses, clamps, fittings, and blast gates.
Assembling and fine tuning a tablesaw, fence and rail system, extension tables, etc. can be a time
consuming project. It is best not to rush. The tablesaw does not come with a plug. Purchase a plug that
matches the 230V or 460V outlet that will be used. The tablesaw does not come with a blade so you may
want to purchase a variety of blades for different applications.
Specifications
Stock Number ................................................................................................................ 708674 (3 HP, 1 Ph)
............................................................................................................................. 708676 (5 HP, 1 Ph)
............................................................................................................................. 708680 (5 HP, 3 Ph)
Blade Diameter .......................................................................................................................................... 10”
Arbor Diameter.......................................................................................................................................... 5/8”
Maximum Depth of Cut ................................................................................................................................ 3”
Maximum Thickness at 45° Cut .............................................................................................................2-1/8”
Table in Front of Saw Blade at Maximum Cut ........................................................................................... 10”
Maximum Width of Dado.......................................................................................................................13/16”
Maximum Diameter of Dado ........................................................................................................................ 8”
Dust Port Diameter....................................................................................................................................... 4”
Table Height............................................................................................................................................... 34”
Table Size (with extension) .........................................................................................................29"D x 42"W
Table Size (without extension)....................................................................................................29"D x 20”W
Arbor Speed ................................................................................................................................... 4300 RPM
Motor
SN 708674 ..........................................................................................................3HP, 1Ph, 230V only
SN 708676 .........................................................................................................5 HP, 1Ph, 230V only
SN 708680 .................................................... 5HP, 3Ph, 230/460V, prewired 230V (see Note below)
Weight
Net............................................................................................................................................. 330lbs.
Gross......................................................................................................................................... 407lbs.
Note: For 460V operation, magnetic switch (Part No. JTAS10-23B) must be purchased separately and
installed. A qualified electrician is recommended.
The above specifications were current at the time this manual was published, but because of our policy of
continuous improvement, WMH Tool Group reserves the right to change specifications at any time and
without prior notice, without incurring obligations.
Read and understand the entire contents of this manual before attempting
assembly or operation! Failure to comply may cause serious injury.
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Shipping Contents
Unpacking
Remove box and wood crating completely from
around saw. Check for shipping damage. Report
any damage immediately to your distributor and
shipping agent. Do not discard any shipping
material until the Table Saw is assembled and
running properly.
Compare the contents of your container with the
parts lists in the next two pages to make sure all
parts are intact. Missing parts, if any, should be
reported to your distributor. Read the instruction
manual thoroughly for assembly, maintenance
and safety instructions.
1. Unbolt the saw from the skid.
2. Carefully slide the saw from the pallet onto
the floor.
Do not connect the tablesaw
to the power source until all assembly has
been completed! Failure to comply may
cause serious injury!
The Table Saw should be placed in an area with
a sturdy level floor, good ventilation and
sufficient lighting. Leave enough space around
the machine for mounting extension wings and
rail assemblies, and loading and off-loading
stock and general maintenance work.
Cleaning
Exposed metal surfaces, such as the table top
and extension wings, have been given a
protective coating at the factory. This should be
removed with a soft cloth moistened with
kerosene. Do not use acetone, gasoline, or
lacquer thinner for this purpose. Do not use
solvents on plastic parts, and do not use an
abrasive pad because it may scratch the
surfaces.
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Contents of the Shipping Container
Small Box
Main Saw Container
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1
1
1
1
The small box consists of the following items:
Table Saw (A)
Switch (B)
Table Insert (C)
Owner's Manual (D)
Warranty Card (not shown)
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1
1
1
2
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1
1
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Blade Guard Assembly (E)
Riving Knife and Pawl Assembly (F)
Handwheel and Swivel Handle (G)
Lock Knob (H)
Large Hook (J)
Small Hook (K)
Push Stick (L)
Miter Gauge Assembly (M)
27mm Arbor Wrench (N
Main Saw Container
Extension Tables
Two extension tables are packaged in individual
boxes.
Contents of the Small Box
Hardware
6 1/4 x 5/8 Socket Head Cap Screw (O)
6 1/4 Flat Washer (P)
6 1/4 Lock Washer (Q)
Extension Tables
Contents of Hardware Bag
Side Cover Box
1 Side Cover
Contents of Side Cover Box
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Assembly
Motor Cover
Referring to Figures 1 and 2:
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Tools: 17mm Wrench, 12mm Wrench
1. Remove shipping bracket (A) securing the
motor (C) to table.
2. After the shipping bracket has been removed,
install the screw (B) back into the motor
support bracket. The upper screws will be used
to later to hold the extension wing in place.
3. Remove shipping bracket (D) holding switch
assembly (E) to table. Do not discard the
bracket (D); it will be used to install the switch.
Figure 1
4. Remove the remaining hex cap screw, lock
washer, and flat washer (F and Fig. 5) in the
table edge.
5. Install motor cover (G) by aligning the pins (H)
on the cover with brackets on the cabinet.
6. Fasten cover by pulling out the latch (J),
closing the door, and releasing the latch.
Handwheel Assembly
Referring to Figure 3:
Hardware: (2) Handle & Handwheel (C),
(2) Lock Knob (D), (2) Shaft Key (A)
Tools: 3mm hex wrench
Figure 2
The front handwheel (E) is installed at the factory.
Install the side handwheel (C) as follows:
1. Line up the key (A) (taped to shaft) on the
shaft (B) with the key way in the handwheel (C)
and slide the handwheel onto the shaft.
2. Tighten the set screw on the handwheel hub
(3mm hex wrench) securely to hold in place.
3. Install the center lock knob (D) by inserting into
center hole in the shaft and threading in a
clockwise direction.
4. Install the remaining handwheel assembly (E)
in the same manner.
Miter Gauge and Fence Storage Hooks
Referring to Figure 3:
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Hardware: (1) Small Hook (F) , (2) Large Hook (K),
(6) 1/4” Flat Washers (J), (6) 1/4" Lock Washers
(H), (6) 1/4 x 5/8 Socket Head Cap Screws (G)
Tools: 5mm hex wrench
Mount the small hook (F) and two large hooks (K)
to the side of the saw cabinet with six each 1/4 x 5/8
socket head cap screws (G), 1/4" lock washers (H)
and 1/4" flat washers (J). Tighten with hex wrench.
Figure 3
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Extension Wing
Referring to Figures 4 and 5:
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Hardware: (6) 7/16”x1-1/2” Hex Cap Bolts, (6) 7/16”
Lock Washers, (6) 7/16” Flat Washers & (2)
Extension Wings
Tools: 17mm Wrench, Straight Edge
1. Attach the left extension wing (A) to the
table (B) with three each hex cap screws (E),
lock washers (F) and flat washers (G). Snug so
the extension wing can still be manually
adjusted but do not tighten.
2. Adjust the extension wing horizontally so the
front edge is flush with the front edge of the
saw table (C). Then, using the straightedge as
reference, adjust vertically so the tops of the
extension wing and saw table are flush.
Figure 4
3. Tighten the three extension wing mounting
screws.
4. Remove the mounting hardware (Fig. 5) from
the table on the right side; then attach the right
extension wing in the same manner.
Blade Installation/Replacement
Figure 5
Use care when working with or
around sharp saw blade to prevent injury!
To install or replace a blade (refer to Figure 6):
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Tools: 27mm Wrench
1. Disconnect machine from power source.
2. Raise the blade height all the way up and set
the blade tilt to 0º (refer to Handwheel
Adjustments on page 14).
3. Remove the table insert.
4. Rotate the arbor to line up the slot (C) with the
arbor lock (D).
5. Press the arbor lock (D) in the direction shown
by the arrow to engage it into the slot (C) in the
arbor. At the same time remove the arbor
nut (A), loosening with a 27mm wrench if
necessary.
6. Remove the collar (B).
7. Install the blade, making sure the cutting teeth
at the top of the blade point toward the front of
the saw. If unsure, refer to Figure 8 for the
proper blade orientation.
Figure 6
8. Replace the collar (B) and arbor nut (A).
9. Engage the arbor lock (D) and tighten the nut
(A) with a 27mm wrench.
10. Lower the blade below the table.
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Riving Knife and Guard Installation
Description
Referring to Figure 7:
The complete riving knife and guard assembly is
shown in A. Before installing onto the saw, the antikickback pawl (E) must be separated from the
riving knife (H) as follows:
1. Press and hold the quick-release button (D) on
the base of the anti-kickback pawl (E) and lift
the pawl to remove from the riving knife (H).
Installation
Referring to Figure 8:
2. Set the saw blade to the 90 degree position
and raise it all the way (refer to Handwheel
Adjustments on page 13).
3. Remove the table insert (J).
4. Located inside the table and accessible
through the insert opening (Figure 8 inset),
place the quick-release clamp lock handle (K)
in the unlock position.
5. The floating clamp block (L) is spring loaded
and will move away (O) from the fixed
block (M), leaving a gap.
6. Insert the bottom of the riving knife (N1, N2) all
the way into the gap between the clamp blocks
(L, M); then lock the handle (K).
Figure 7
7. Replace the insert (J) back on the table. The
saw blade and riving knife should protrude
through the slot in the insert.
Referring back to Figure 7:
8. Attach the anti-kickback pawl (E) by pressing
and holding the quick-release button (D) and
inserting the lock pin of the pawl into the
appropriate slot (F) on the riving knife.
9. In similar manner attach the guard (C) by
pressing and holding the quick-release button
(B) and inserting the lock pin of the guard into
the appropriate slot (G) on the riving knife.
You should feel a snap as each piece locks in
position. Attempt to lift as a test to make sure that
they are securely locked in place.
Adjustment
The clamping blocks (L, M, Fig. 8) are adjusted at
the factory and no further adjustment of the blade
guard and riving knife assembly should be
necessary. However, proper alignment is very
important. Before operating the table saw, read
Riving Knife Adjustment (p.14) to verify and follow
the adjustment procedure if necessary.
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Figure 8
Electrical Connections
Mounting Rails & Extension Table
With the extension wings properly aligned, the
rail and fence assembly can now be mounted to
the saw. Refer to the XACTA Fence II
Commercial 30/50 Owner's Manual (Part No.
M-708950Z) for mounting instructions for the
rails, fence and optional wooden extension
table.
A qualified electrician must
complete all electrical connections! Failure
to comply may result in serious injury!
The machine must be
properly grounded while in use to protect the
operator from electric shock! Failure to
comply may result in serious injury!
Switch Installation
If a plug is provided with your machine, do not
modify the plug. If it will not fit your electrical
receptacle, have a qualified electrician install the
proper connections to meet all electrical codes.
Referring to Figure 9:
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Hardware: Switch Brace
Tools: 8mm hex wrench, 8mm wrench
1. Remove the hex nut from the flat head
screw that secures the left extension table to
the front rail (B).
XACTA Saw Deluxe table saws with stock
numbers 708674 and 708676 are rated at 230V
only. Saws with stock number 708680 are rated
at 230/460V, and come from the factory
prewired 230V.
2. Place switch assembly bracket (A) behind
the front rail (B) and just inside the front
edge of the left extension wing.
To switch from 230V to 460V (machines with
stock number 708680 only):
3. Replace the hex nut, securing the front rail,
extension table and switch assembly. Handtighten only at this time.
1. Disconnect the machine from the power
source, (unplug).
4. Loosen the hex cap screw (C) and slide the
open tab of the switch brace (E) onto the
screw (C) and washer (D). Hand-tighten only
at this time.
2. Open the saw cabinet door.
3. Remove the cover from the motor junction
box.
5. Remove the nut and star washer (F) from
the screw at the bottom of the switch plate
on the back of the switch assembly.
4. Change wires following the diagram on the
inside of the cover.
5. Replace the cover and close the cabinet
door.
6. Fasten the switch brace to the switch
bracket assembly with the star washer and
nut.
6. Replace the magnetic on-off switch with part
#JTAS10-23B (available through your
authorized JET distributor or by calling WMH
Tool Group at the number on the cover).
7. Align the switch and tighten all hardware.
Confirm power at the site is the same as the saw
before making any electrical connections.
Review the electrical schematics on page 27-27.
The on and off switch is thermally protected. If
the saw motor is overloaded, or a momentary
interruption of electrical current is sensed, the
saw will shut off. Allow a few minutes for the
saw to cool down and reset by pushing the off
button.
Using extension cords can cause a loss in
power to your machine. It is best if the saw is
plugged directly into an outlet on a dedicated
circuit.
Figure 9
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Adjustments
Handwheel Adjustments
Referring to Figure 10:
The front handwheel (B) controls the raising and
lowering of the blade (blade height).
The side handwheel (D) controls the blade tilt. The
blade can be adjusted for a tilt between 90º
(vertical or a setting of 0º on the scale) and 45º left
tilt (D).
Blade height
1. Loosen the lock knob (A) on the front
handwheel (B).
2. Turn the handwheel (B) clockwise to raise and
counterclockwise to lower the blade.
Figure 10
3. Tighten the lock knob (A).
Blade tilt adjustment
1. Loosen the lock knob (C) on the side
handwheel (D).
2. Turn the handwheel (D) counterclockwise to
adjust the saw blade down to 45º left tilt. Turn
clockwise to adjust the saw blade to maximum
of 90º.
3. After selecting the position, tighten the lock
knob (C).
Insert Adjustment
Adjust the setscrews in the insert with a 2.5mm hex
wrench (Figure 11) to ensure that the insert is
stable and flush with the table top.
Figure 11
Miter Gauge
Referring to Figure 12:
1. Operate miter gauge by loosening the lock
knob (A) and turning the miter body (B) to the
desired angle. To move gauge beyond index
stops of 45° and 90°, flip down the stop (C).
2. Adjust index stops by turning one of three
adjustment screws (D).
Note: Always make test cuts. Do not rely solely on
miter gauge indicator marks. There are holes in the
miter gauge body that will allow you to mount a
wooden extension fence.
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Figure 12
Riving Knife Adjustment
Lateral alignment
The saw blade and riving knife must be in line as
close as possible with each other (lateral
alignment) for the prevention of kickback. Upon
initial blade guard and riving knife installation no
further adjustment should be necessary. Alignment
should be checked and adjusted, if required, after
each blade change.
Check the alignment as follows:
1. Remove the blade guard and pawl (C, E,
Fig. 7).
Figure 13
2. Place a straightedge (A, Fig. 13) on the table
so it rests against the blade (B, Fig 13) and
riving knife (C, Fig. 13). Rotate the blade so the
top of the blade tooth touches the straightedge.
The saw blade and riving knife must be in line.
If adjustment is required:
3. Remove the table insert.
4. Loosen the lock handle (A, Fig. 14) and
remove the riving knife, making a note as to
which direction the riving knife needs to be
moved to align it with the saw blade.
5. Using a 3mm hex wrench, make adjustments
to four set screws (D, Fig. 15) accessible
through openings located in the corners of the
floating clamp block (B, Fig. 15).
Figure 14
6. If necessary, repeat the above procedure.
Blade proximity alignment
The gap between the saw blade and riving knife
must be between 3 and 8mm (Figure 16) to reduce
the possibility of kickback. If adjustment is needed,
note whether the blade to knife gap needs to be
increased or decreased. Then adjust as follows:
1. Remove the blade guard, pawl, table insert and
riving knife.
Referring to Figure 15:
2. With a 4mm hex wrench, loosen two socket
head flat screws (E).
Figure 15
Note: These screws are accessible through
openings on the floating clamp block (B)
located diagonally on either side of the lock
handle (A). They secure the fixed clamp
block (C) to the riving knife extension plate (F).
Loosening these screws (E) will allow the fixed
clamp block (C) to slide back and forth on the
extension plate (F).
3. Slide the fixed clamp block (F) toward or away
from the saw blade as required.
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Figure 16
4. Tighten the socket head flat screws ( (E).
5. Reinsert the riving knife; tighten the lock handle
(A, Fig. 14) and check that the saw blade/knife
gap is between 3 - 8mm (Figure 16).
Note: Attempt to make the gaps as even as
possible.
Blade Alignment
•
Tools:
marker
8mm hex wrench, combination square,
Blade alignment with the table is adjusted at the
factory. After a period of use, or, after moving the
saw to another location, the blade may no longer
be aligned with the table.
To check and align the blade (refer to Figure 17):
1. Disconnect the saw from the power source.
2. Raise the blade guard up a way from the blade.
3. Choose a tooth on the far side of the blade
(towards the rear) and position the tooth
slightly above the table insert. Mark the tooth
with a marker. Measure the distance from the
side of the blade to the right T-slot edge using
a combination square. Make sure to measure
between the teeth not on the tooth (Figure 17).
Figure 17
4. Rotate the blade toward the front so that the
marked tooth is just above the insert. Measure
the distance from the side of the blade to the
right T-slot edge. The two measurements
should be the same.
5. If they are not the same, loosen four hex
socket cap screws (A, Fig. 18) that hold the
table to the base. Two are shown in Figure 18.
6. Make the needed adjustments and tighten the
four hex socket cap screws firmly.
7. Check the alignment
tightening hardware.
once
again
after
Figure 18
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Adjusting 45° and 90° Positive Stops
The stops have been adjusted at the factory. After
a period of use, or, after moving the saw to another
location, the stops may no longer be set properly.
To check and adjust the stops:
•
Tools: 12mm wrench, combination square
1. Disconnect saw from power source.
2. Raise the saw blade to its maximum height
using the handwheel.
3. Set the blade at 90 degrees to the table by
turning the blade tilting handwheel clockwise
as far as it will go.
4. Place a combination
against the blade and
blade is at a 90° angle
Make sure square is
tooth.
Figure 19
square on the table
check to see that the
to the table, Figure 19.
not touching a blade
5. If blade is not at 90 degrees, open the motor
cover door, loosen lock nut (A, Fig. 20) and
turn adjusting stop screw (B, Fig. 20) on the
front trunnion in, or out. The adjusting stop
screw should stop against the front trunnion
bracket when the blade is 90° to the table.
6. Tighten the lock nut (A, Fig. 20).
7. Set the blade at 45 degrees to the table by
turning the blade tilting handwheel counterclockwise as far as it will go.
Place a
combination square on the table against the
blade. Make sure square is not touching a
blade tooth.
Figure 20
8. If the blade is not 45 degrees, remove the
raising and lowering handle. Loosen lock nut
(A, Fig. 21) and turn adjusting stop screw
(B, Fig. 21) on the front trunnion in, or out. The
adjusting stop screw should stop against the
front trunnion bracket when the blade is 45° to
the table.
9. Check the accuracy of the pointer (C, Fig. 21)
on the angle scale and adjust, if necessary.
Assembly and adjustment of the saw are now
complete. Make sure all fasteners are tight. The
saw may now be placed into operation.
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Figure 21
Changing the Belt
Make all machine adjustments
or maintenance with the machine unplugged
from the power source. Failure to comply may
cause serious injury!
Referring to Figure 22:
1. Disconnect the machine from the power
source, unplug.
2. Lower the blade to its lowest point.
3. Loosen two hex cap bolts (A).
4. Take the tension off of the belt (B) by lifting up
on the motor.
5. Remove the belt from the arbor and motor
pulleys.
6. Replace and tension the belt. The weight of the
motor should apply enough tension to the belt.
Tighten the hex cap bolts (A).
Figure 22
7. Check the belt tension after the saw has been
used for a few hours. Adjust as necessary.
Maintenance
Always disconnect power to the machine before performing maintenance. Failure
to do this may result in serious personal injury.
Cleaning
Periodic:
Note: The following maintenance schedule
assumes the saw is being used every day.
ˆ Keep the inside of the cabinet and trunnion
area clean.
ˆ Check for excessive play in the tilting and
raising mechanism and in the saw arbor and
re-adjust as required.
ˆ Check for belt tension and wear. Readjust or
replace belt as required.
Daily:
ˆ Wipe down the table surface and grooves
with a rust preventive.
ˆ Clean pitch and resin from the saw blade.
Weekly:
Lubrication
ˆ Table surface must be kept clean and free of
rust for best results. Apply a coat of paste
wax to the surface to facilitate this. An
alternative is to apply white talcum powder,
rubbed in vigorously once a week with a
blackboard eraser; this will fill casting pores
and form a moisture barrier. This method
provides a table top that is slick and allows
rust rings to be easily wiped from the
surface. Important also is the fact that
talcum powder will not stain wood or mar
finishes as wax pickup does.
ˆ Clean motor housing with compressed air.
ˆ Wipe down the fence rails with a dry silicon
lubricant.
ˆ Grease the tilting worm gear, raising worm
gear, castor system worm gear and the
trunnion areas with a good grade nonhardening grease.
ˆ Check all adjustments after lubricating.
Miscellaneous
Routinely check condition of the following items:
ˆ Mounting bolts
ˆ Power switch
ˆ Saw blade
ˆ Blade guard assembly
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Troubleshooting
Trouble
Possible Cause
Solution
Overload tripped
Saw stops or will
not start
Saw unplugged from wall or motor
Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped
Cord damaged
Stops not adjusted correctly
Allow motor to cool and reset by
pushing off switch
Check all plug connections
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker
Replace cord
Miter gauge out of adjustment
Check blade with square and adjust
stops
Check blade with square and adjust
pointer
Adjust miter gauge
Material binds
blade when
ripping
Fence not aligned with blade
Warped wood
Excessive feed rate
Splitter not aligned with blade
Check and adjust fence
Select another piece of wood
Reduce feed rate
Align splitter with blade
Saw makes
unsatisfactory
cuts
Dull blade
Blade mounted backwards
Gum or pitch on blade
Incorrect blade for cut
Gum or pitch on table
Sharpen or replace blade
Turn blade around
Remove blade and clean
Change blade to correct type
Clean table
Blade does not
come up to
speed
Extension cord too light or to long
Low shop voltage
Motor not wired for correct voltage
Replace with adequate size cord
Contact your local electric company
Refer to motor junction box
Saw vibrates
excessively
Stand on uneven floor
Damaged saw blade
Bad V-belts
Bent pulley
Improper motor mounting
Loose hardware
Reposition on flat, level surface
Replace saw blade
Replace V-belts
Replace pulley
Check and adjust motor
Tighten hardware
Rip fence binds
on guide rails
Guide rails or extension wing not installed Reassemble guide rails, refer to fence
correctly
manual
Guide of rip fence not adjusted properly
Adjust guides, refer to fence manual
Does not make
accurate 45° or
90° cuts
Material kicked
back from blade
Blade does not
raise or tilt freely
Angle pointer not set accurately
Rip fence out of alignment
Splitter not aligned with blade
Feeding stock without rip fence
Splitter not in place
Dull blade
Letting go of material before it is past
blade
Anti-kick back plates dull
Align rip fence with miter slot
Align splitter with blade
Install and use rip fence
Install and use splitter (with guard)
Replace blade
Push material all the way past blade
before releasing work
Replace or sharpen anti-kick back
plates
Sawdust and debris in raising and tilting
mechanisms
Clean and regrease
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Optional Accessories
Stock No
Description
709721
708156
708110K
708295
Featherboard
Tool Saver Cover
Sliding Table
Tenoning Jig
for 10” saws only:
708097
Dado Insert
709382L
Left Tilt No-Clearance Insert
708174
Mobile Base used w/50” fence
708179
Mobile Base used w/30” fence w/o legs
708184
Mobile Base used w/30” fence & legs
708234
Mobile Base used w/30” fnc & sliding tbl
708235
Mobile Base used w/50” fnc & sliding tbl
Parts
Ordering Replacement Parts
To order parts or reach our service department, call 1-800-274-6848 between 7:30am and 5:30pm (CST),
Monday through Friday. Having the Model Number and Serial Number of your machine available when
you call will allow us to serve you quickly and accurately.
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Table & Cabinet Parts List
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............JTAS10-1 .................Lock Knob ............................................................ .................................... 1
2 ...............JTAS10-2 .................Miter Gauge Body ................................................ .................................... 1
3 ...............TS-1540031 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ M5 ............................... 3
4 ...............JTAS10-4 .................Pointer.................................................................. .................................... 1
5 ...............JTAS10-5 .................Stop Link .............................................................. .................................... 1
6 ...............TS-1521011 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M4x4 ........................... 1
7 ...............JTAS10-7 .................Special Pin ........................................................... M3x6 ........................... 1
8 ...............TS-2205201 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... M5x20 ......................... 3
9 ...............JTAS10-9 .................Guide Bar ............................................................. .................................... 1
10 .............JTAS10-10 ...............Guide Washer ...................................................... .................................... 1
11 .............JTAS10-11 ...............Flat Head Screw .................................................. M6x8 ........................... 1
.................JTAS10-MG .............Miter Gauge Assembly (#1-11) ............................ .................................... 1
12 .............TS-0267041 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. 1/4-20x3/8................... 6
13 .............JTAS10L-13N ..........Table Insert .......................................................... .................................... 1
13A ...........708097 .....................Dado Insert - (Optional Accessory).................... .................................... 1
14 .............JTAS10L-14WN .......Table .................................................................... .................................... 1
15 .............JTAS10L-15WN .......Extension Wing .................................................... .................................... 2
18 .............TS-0061051 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 7/16-14x1-1/2.............. 6
19 .............TS-0720101 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 7/16 ............................. 6
20 .............TS-0680051 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 7/16 ........................... 10
22 .............JTAS10-22W............Switch Plate ......................................................... .................................... 1
23 .............JTAS10-23 ...............Magnetic Switch................................................... 3HP, 230V, 1 Ph ......... 1
.................JTAS10-23A.............Magnetic Switch................................................... 5HP, 230V, 3 Ph ......... 1
.................JTAS10-23B.............Magnetic Switch................................................... 5HP, 460V, 3 Ph ......... 1
.................JTAS12-23 ...............Magnetic Switch * ............................................... 5HP, 1 Ph, 230V ......... 1
24 .............TS-081C052.............Pan Head Screw .................................................. #10-24x3/4.................. 1
26 .............JTAS10-26 ...............Strain Relief Bushing ........................................... .................................... 2
27 .............JTAS10-27 ...............Strain Relief Bushing ........................................... .................................... 2
28 .............JTAS10-28 ...............Tap Screw ............................................................ M5x10 ....................... 10
29 .............JTAS10-29 ...............Cord Plate ............................................................ .................................... 1
30 .............JTAS10L-30N ..........Identification Plate................................................ .................................... 1
31 .............JTAS10-31 ...............Power Cord (switch to motor) .............................. .................................... 1
32 .............JTAS10-32 ...............Power Cord .......................................................... .................................... 1
33 .............JTAS10-33 ...............Power Cord Sleeve .............................................. .................................... 1
34 .............JTAS10L-34 .............Tilt Scale .............................................................. .................................... 1
35 .............JTAS10-35 ...............Warning Label ...................................................... .................................... 1
36 .............JTAS10-36 ...............JET Label ............................................................. .................................... 1
38 .............JTAS10L-38WN .......Cabinet................................................................. .................................... 1
39 .............TS-1482101 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... M6x50 ......................... 1
40 .............TS-0680021 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 1/4 ............................... 2
41 .............JTAS10-41 ...............Spring................................................................... .................................... 1
42 .............JTAS10-42 ...............Foam Strip............................................................ .................................... 1
43 .............JTAS10L-43WN .......Motor Cover ......................................................... .................................... 1
44 .............TS-1540021 .............Nylon Insert Lock Nut........................................... M6 ............................... 1
45 .............JTAS10-45 ...............Handle.................................................................. .................................... 1
47 .............TS-0210011 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 7/16-14x3/4................. 4
48 .............TS-0680011 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 3/16 ............................. 2
49 .............JTAS10L-49WN .......Lower Panel ......................................................... .................................... 1
50 .............JTAS10L-50N ..........Dust Hose Adapter............................................... .................................... 1
51 .............JTAS10-52W............Switch Brace Kit ** .............................................. .................................... 1
52 .............TS-081C062.............Screw ................................................................... #10-24x1..................... 1
53 .............TS-0560071 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ #10-24......................... 1
54 .............TS-0733031 .............Star Washer ......................................................... #10 .............................. 1
55 .............JTAS10L-55 .............Hook..................................................................... .................................... 2
56 .............TS-0680021 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 1/4 ............................... 6
57 .............TS-0720071 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 1/4 ............................... 6
20
58 .............TS-0207031 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 1/4-20x5/8................... 6
59 .............JTAS10L-59 .............Hook..................................................................... .................................... 1
60 .............TS-0561011 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 1/4-20.......................... 6
61 .............JTAS10L-61 .............Electrical Box ....................................................... .................................... 1
62 .............JTAS10L-62 .............Drawer.................................................................. .................................... 1
63 .............JTAS10L-63 .............Handle.................................................................. .................................... 1
64 .............TS-1550031 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... M5 ............................... 2
65 .............TS-0720051 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ #10 .............................. 2
66 .............TS-081C032.............Pan Head Screw .................................................. #10-24x1/2.................. 2
* 10” saws with 5HP, 1Ph motor uses these parts.
** Switch Brace kit contains bracket, screw, nut, star washer, and 8mm hex wrench.
1
2
12 ( 6 )
8 ( 3)
9
13
3 ( 3)
10
4
5
11
13A
(optional)
6
14
7
15 ( 2 )
28 ( 4 )
18 ( 6 )
19 ( 6 )
20 (6)
61
49
28(2)
60(6)
20 (4)
45
43
47 ( 4 )
29
44
28(4)
30
34
50
36
59
40
58(6)
41
40
39
35
42
63
66(2)
65(2)
64(2)
21
62
38
55(2)
56(6)
57(6)
Trunnion & Motor Parts List
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
101 ...........JTAS10L-101 ...........Arbor Nut.............................................................. .................................... 1
102 ...........JTAS10-102 .............Arbor Flange ........................................................ .................................... 1
104 ...........JTAS10L-104N ........Arbor with Flange................................................. .................................... 1
105 ...........JTAS10-105 .............Key ...................................................................... M5x44 ......................... 2
106 ...........BB-6203ZZ...............Ball Bearing.......................................................... 6203ZZ........................ 2
107 ...........JTAS10-107 .............Wave Washer....................................................... .................................... 4
108 ...........JTAS10-108 .............Bearing Load Spacer ........................................... .................................... 2
109 ...........TS-0267041 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. 1/4-20x3/8................. 10
110 ...........JTAS10-110N ..........Arbor Pulley.......................................................... .................................... 1
111 ...........TS-0209081 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 3/8-16x1-3/4................ 1
112 ...........JTAS10-112 .............Key ....................................................................... 1/4x1/4x45 .................. 1
113 ...........TS-0720091 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 3/8 ............................. 10
114 ...........JTAS10L-114 ...........Arbor Bracket ....................................................... .................................... 1
115 ...........JTAS10-115 .............Spanner Nut ......................................................... .................................... 1
116 ...........JTAS10L-116 ...........Nut........................................................................ 5/8 ............................... 1
117 ...........JTAS10-117 .............Spring Pin............................................................. M6x50 ......................... 1
118 ...........JTAS10-118 .............Key ....................................................................... 1/4x1/4x2-5/16 ............ 1
119 ...........TS-0680051 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 7/16 ............................. 2
120 ...........TS-0091031 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 7/16-14x1.................... 2
121 ...........JTAS10-121 .............Shaft..................................................................... .................................... 1
122 ...........JTAS10L-122 ...........Motor Bracket....................................................... .................................... 1
123 ...........JTAS10-123 .............Pin ........................................................................ .................................... 1
124 ...........JTAS10-124 .............Spring Clip............................................................ .................................... 2
125 ...........JTAS10L-125N ........Poly V-Belt ........................................................... 260J ............................ 1
126 ...........JTAS10L-126 ...........Motor Mounting Bracket....................................... .................................... 1
127 ...........JTAS10-127N ..........Motor Pulley ......................................................... .................................... 1
128 ...........TS-0680031 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 5/16 ........................... 10
129 ...........TS-0720081 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 5/16 ............................. 9
130 ...........TS-0081031 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 5/16-18x3/4................. 4
131 ...........JTAS10L-131N ........Motor .................................................................... 3HP, 1Ph, 230V only .. 1
.................JTAS10L-131C ........Motor .................................................................... 5HP, 1Ph, 230V only .. 1
.................JTAS10L-131A.........Motor .................................................................... 5HP, 3Ph, 230/460V ... 1
.................JTAS10-131-017......Centrifugal Switch (not shown) ............................ .................................... 1
.................JTAS10-131D ..........Fan Cover (not shown) ........................................ .................................... 1
.................JTAS10-131F...........Motor Fan (not shown)......................................... .................................... 1
.................C-600125 .................Start Capacitor (not shown) ................................. 3HP, 1Ph motor .......... 1
.................C-040250 .................Run Capacitor (not shown) .................................. 3HP, 1Ph motor .......... 1
.................JTAS10-1315B.........Start Capacitor (not shown) ................................. 5HP, 1Ph motor .......... 1
.................JTAS10-1315A.........Run Capacitor (not shown) .................................. 5HP, 1Ph motor .......... 1
132 ...........TS-0209071 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 3/8-16x1-1/2................ 6
133 ...........JTAS10-133 .............Rear Trunnion Bracket......................................... .................................... 1
134 ...........TS-0561031 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 3/8-16.......................... 5
135 ...........TS-0209051 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 3/8-16x1...................... 4
136 ...........JTAS10-136 .............Spring Pin............................................................. M8x25 ......................... 4
137 ...........TS-0561081 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 3/4-10.......................... 1
138 ...........JTAS10-138 .............Fiber Washer........................................................ .................................... 4
139 ...........JTAS10L-139 ...........Rear Trunnion ..................................................... .................................... 1
140 ...........JTAS10-140 .............Bushing ................................................................ .................................... 2
141 ...........JTAS10L-141 ...........Yoke ..................................................................... .................................... 1
142 ...........TS-0270011 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. 5/16-18x1/4................. 4
143 ...........JTAS10-143 .............Collar.................................................................... .................................... 2
144 ...........JTAS10-144 .............Shaft..................................................................... .................................... 1
145 ...........JTAS10-145 .............Spring Pin............................................................. M5x30 ......................... 2
146 ...........JTAS10-146 .............Worm.................................................................... .................................... 2
147 ...........JTAS10-147 .............Lock Pin ............................................................... .................................... 4
148 ...........JTAS10-148 .............Key ....................................................................... M5x35 ......................... 2
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Trunnion & Motor Parts List
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
149 ...........TS-0051071 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 5/16-18x1-1/2.............. 4
150 ...........JTAS10L-150N ........Dust Deflector ...................................................... .................................... 1
151 ...........JTAS10L-151N ........Hose Clamp ......................................................... .................................... 2
152 ...........JTAS10L-152 ...........Front Trunnion ..................................................... .................................... 1
.................JTAS10L-TA ............Trunnion Assy. (#113, #135-141) ........................ .................................... 1
153 ...........TS-0051021 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 5/16-18x5/8................. 2
154 ...........TS-0561021 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 5/16-18........................ 2
155 ...........JTAS10-155A...........Lock Knob ............................................................ .................................... 2
156 ...........JTAS10-156 .............Fiber Washer........................................................ .................................... 2
157 ...........TS-0208061 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 5/16-18x1.................... 2
158 ...........JTAS10L-158 ...........Front Trunnion Bracket ........................................ .................................... 1
159 ...........JTAS10-159 .............Hand Wheel Handle............................................. .................................... 2
160 ...........JTAS10-160 .............Hand Wheel ......................................................... .................................... 2
161 ...........JTAS10-161 .............Shield Plate .......................................................... .................................... 1
162 ...........TS-0813022 .............Round Head Screw.............................................. 1/4-20x3/8................... 1
163 ...........JTAS10-163 .............Pointer.................................................................. .................................... 1
164 ...........JTAS10-164 .............Pointer Bracket .................................................... .................................... 1
165 ...........TS-081C102.............Pan Head Screw .................................................. #10-24x2..................... 2
166 ...........JTAS10-166 .............Guide Block.......................................................... .................................... 1
167 ...........TS-0680041 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 3/8 ............................... 1
169 ...........JTAS10-169 .............Tilt Shaft ............................................................... .................................... 1
170 ...........JTAS10L-170 ...........Wrench................................................................. .................................... 1
171 ...........JTAS10L-171 ...........Hose..................................................................... 700mm ........................ 1
172 ...........JTAS10L-172 ...........Plate ..................................................................... .................................... 1
173 ...........TS-0208041 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 5/16-18x3/4................. 3
174 ...........JTAS10L-174 ...........Chip Plate............................................................. .................................... 1
175 ...........TS-0680011 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 3/16 ............................. 3
176 ...........TS-0720051 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ #10 .............................. 3
177 ...........JTAS10L-177 ...........Hex Cap Bolt ........................................................ #10-24x3/8.................. 3
178 ...........JTAS10L-178 ...........Special Screw ...................................................... .................................... 1
179 ...........JTAS10L-179A.........Arbor Lock Insert Assembly (#179-1through #179-5)............................... 1
179-1 ........JTAS10L-179-1........Arbor Lock Insert.................................................. Ø8 ............................... 1
179-2 ........JTAS10L-179-2........Spring................................................................... .................................... 1
179-3 ........JTAS10L-179-3........Insert Bracket ....................................................... .................................... 1
179-4 ........TS-1502051 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... M5 x 20 ....................... 2
179-5 ........TS-1521041 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M4 x 10 ....................... 1
180 ...........JTAS10L-180 ...........Spring................................................................... .................................... 1
181 ...........TS-0640071 .............Nylon Insert Lock Nut........................................... 1/4-20.......................... 3
182 ...........JTAS10L-182N ........Spacer.................................................................. .................................... 2
183 ...........JTAS10L-183 ...........Guide Bracket ...................................................... .................................... 1
184 ...........TS-0245051 .............Flat Head Socket Screw ...................................... 1/4-20x1...................... 2
185 ...........JTAS10L-185 ...........Special Screw ...................................................... .................................... 1
186 ...........JTAS10L-186 ...........Extension Support Plate ...................................... .................................... 1
187 ...........TS-1541021 .............Nylon Insert Lock Nut........................................... M6 ............................... 1
188 ...........JTAS10L-188 ...........Plate ..................................................................... .................................... 1
189 ...........JTAS10L-189A.........Riving Knife Extension Plate................................ .................................... 1
190 ...........TS-1513021 .............Flat Head Socket Screw ...................................... M5x12 ......................... 2
191 ...........JTAS10L-191 ...........Clamping Block .................................................... .................................... 1
192 ...........JTAS10L-192 ...........Spring................................................................... .................................... 1
193 ...........JTAS10L-193 ...........Clamping Block .................................................... .................................... 1
194 ...........TS-1514031 .............Flat Head Socket Screw ...................................... M6X20......................... 2
195 ...........JTAS10L-195 ...........Locking Handle .................................................... .................................... 1
196 ...........TS-1541031 .............Nylon Insert Lock Nut........................................... M8 ............................... 1
197 ...........JTAS10L-197 ...........Spring Shim Ring ................................................. .................................... 1
198 ...........JTAS10L-198 ...........C-Ring .................................................................. S52.............................. 1
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Trunnion & Motor Assembly Drawing
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Blade Guard Parts and Assembly
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............JTAS10L-301 ...........Riving Knife ......................................................... .................................... 1
.................JTAS10L-BGA .........Blade Guard Assembly (Index #2 thru #16, #21, #22) ............................. 1
2 ...............PM2000-302 ............Bushing ................................................................ .................................... 2
3 ...............JTAS10L-303 ...........Blade Guard Body................................................ .................................... 1
4 ...............JTAS10L-304 ...........Blade Guard Side Shield...................................... .................................... 2
5 ...............PM2000-305 ............Linking Plate......................................................... .................................... 4
6 ...............TS-1550041 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... M6 ............................... 8
7 ...............TS-1514021 .............Flat Head Socket Screw ...................................... M6x16 ......................... 8
8 ...............PM2000-308 ............Front Shield.......................................................... .................................... 1
9 ...............PM2000-309 ............Bushing ................................................................ .................................... 1
10 .............PM2000-310 ............Top Sight Shield................................................... .................................... 1
11 .............TS-1541021 .............Nylon Insert Lock Nut........................................... M6 ............................... 8
12 .............TS-081B012.............Pan Head Screw .................................................. #8-32x1/4.................... 2
13 .............PM2000-313 ............Roll Pin................................................................. 5x25 ............................ 1
14 .............PM2000-314 ............Roll Pin................................................................. 5x12 ............................ 2
15 .............PM2000-315 ............Lock Pin ............................................................... .................................... 1
16 .............PM2000-316 ............Roll Pin................................................................. 4x28 ............................ 1
.................PM2000-AKPA.........Anti-Kickback Pawl Assembly (Index #17 thru #22) ................................ 1
17 .............PM2000-317 ............Anti-Kickback Pawl .............................................. .................................... 2
18 .............PM2000-318 ............Pawl Base ............................................................ .................................... 1
19 .............PM2000-319 ............Flange .................................................................. .................................... 2
20 .............PM2000-320 ............Lock Pin ............................................................... .................................... 1
21 .............PM2000-321 ............Spring................................................................... .................................... 2
22 .............PM2000-322 ............E-Clip ................................................................... E5................................ 2
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Wiring Diagrams
3HP/5HP, 230V, 1Phase
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5HP, 230V, 3 Phase
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WMH Tool Group
2420 Vantage Drive
Elgin, Illinois 60124
Phone: 800-274-6848
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
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Owner's Manual
XACTA®Fence II Commercial 30/50
WMH TOOL GROUP
2420 Vantage Drive
Elgin, Illinois 60124
Ph.: 800-274-6848
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
Part No. M-708950Z
Revision J 01/07
Copyright © WMH Tool Group
Warranty and Service
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Authorized Service Centers located throughout the United States can give you quick service. In most cases, any of
these WMH Tool Group Authorized Service Centers can authorize warranty repair, assist you in obtaining parts, or
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perform routine maintenance and major repair on your JET tools. For the name of an Authorized Service Center in
your area call 1-800-274-6848.
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WARRANTY
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WW stands for Woodworking).
WHAT IS COVERED?
This warranty covers any defects in workmanship or materials subject to the exceptions stated below. Cutting tools,
abrasives and other consumables are excluded from warranty coverage.
WHO IS COVERED?
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WHAT IS THE PERIOD OF COVERAGE?
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WHAT IS NOT COVERED?
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Products with Five Year or Lifetime Warranties that are used for commercial, industrial or education purposes revert
to a One Year Warranty. This warranty does not cover defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence
or accidents, normal wear-and-tear, improper repair or alterations, or lack of maintenance.
HOW TO GET SERVICE
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of the location nearest you, please call 1-800-274-6848.
You must provide proof of initial purchase date and an explanation of the complaint must accompany the
merchandise. If our inspection discloses a defect, we will repair or replace the product, or refund the purchase price,
at our option. We will return the repaired product or replacement at our expense unless it is determined by us that
there is no defect, or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty in which case we will,
at your direction, dispose of or return the product. In the event you choose to have the product returned, you will be
responsible for the shipping and handling costs of the return.
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LIMITATIONS ON THIS WARRANTY
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Table of Contents
Warranty and Service.................................................................................................................................... 2
Table of Contents.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Warnings ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
Ordering Replacement Parts......................................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Contents of the Shipping Containers......................................................................................................... 6
Tools Required for Assembly & Adjustment.............................................................................................. 6
Installation ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
Tools required............................................................................................................................................ 7
Front Rail Installation................................................................................................................................. 7
Switch Installation...................................................................................................................................... 7
Back Rail Installation ................................................................................................................................. 8
Wooden Extension Table .............................................................................................................................. 9
Tools required............................................................................................................................................ 9
Installation ................................................................................................................................................. 9
Guide Tube ................................................................................................................................................. 10
XACTA Fence ............................................................................................................................................. 11
Leveling Fence to the Saw Table ........................................................................................................ 11
Adjusting Fence Parallel to the Miter Slot............................................................................................ 12
Clamping Pressure .............................................................................................................................. 12
90° to the Table.................................................................................................................................... 12
Cursor Adjustment ............................................................................................................................... 12
Parts for the XACTA Fence II Commercial 30/50 ....................................................................................... 13
Parts for the XACTA Fence II Rail Assembly.............................................................................................. 14
Parts for the XACTA Fence II Leg Assembly.............................................................................................. 15
Appendix – Extension Table Dimensions ................................................................................................... 15
The specifications in this manual are given as general information and are not binding. WMH Tool Group
reserves the right to effect, at any time and without prior notice, changes or alterations to parts, fittings,
and accessory equipment deemed necessary for any reason whatsoever.
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Warnings
1. Read and understand the entire owners manual before attempting assembly or operation.
2. Read and understand the warnings posted on the machine and in this manual. Failure to comply with
all of these warnings may cause serious injury.
3. Replace the warning labels if they become obscured or removed.
4. The Table Saw on which the XACTA Fence II is used is designed and intended for use by properly
trained and experienced personnel only. If you are not familiar with the proper and safe operation of a
Table Saw, do not use until proper training and knowledge have been obtained.
5. Do not use this Table Saw on which the XACTA Fence II is used for other than its intended use. If
used for other purposes, WMH Tool Group disclaims any real or implied warranty and holds itself
harmless from any injury that may result from that use.
6. Always wear approved safety glasses/face shields while using this Table Saw. Everyday eyeglasses
only have impact resistant lenses; they are not safety glasses.
7. Before operating the Table Saw, remove tie, rings, watches and other jewelry, and roll sleeves up
past the elbows. Remove all loose clothing and confine long hair. Non-slip footwear or anti-skid floor
strips are recommended. Do not wear gloves.
8. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during extended periods of operation.
9. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities
contain chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples
of these chemicals are:
•
Lead from lead based paint.
•
Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products.
•
Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.
10. Your risk of exposure varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals, work in a well-ventilated area and work with approved safety
equipment, such as face or dust masks that are specifically designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
11. Do not operate this machine while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any medication.
12. Make certain the switch is in the OFF position before connecting the machine to the power supply.
13. Make certain the machine is properly grounded.
14. Make all machine adjustments or maintenance with the machine unplugged from the power source.
15. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from the machine before turning it on.
16. Keep safety guards in place at all times when the machine is in use. If removed for maintenance
purposes, use extreme caution and replace the guards immediately.
17. Make sure the Table Saw is firmly secured to the floor or bench before use.
18. Check damaged parts. Before further use of the machine, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully checked to determine 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.
19. Provide for adequate space surrounding work area and non-glare, overhead lighting.
20. Keep the floor around the machine clean and free of scrap material, oil and grease.
21. Keep visitors a safe distance from the work area. Keep children away.
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22. Make your workshop child proof with padlocks, master switches or by removing starter keys.
23. Give your work undivided attention. Looking around, carrying on a conversation and “horse-play” are
careless acts that can result in serious injury.
24. Maintain a balanced stance at all times so that you do not fall into the blade or other moving parts. Do
not overreach or use excessive force to perform any machine operation.
25. Use the right tool at the correct speed and feed rate. Do not force a tool or attachment to do a job for
which it was not designed. The right tool will do the job better and safer.
26. Use recommended accessories; improper accessories may be hazardous.
27. Maintain tools with care. Keep saw blades sharp and clean for the best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
28. Turn off the machine before cleaning. Use a brush or compressed air to remove chips or debris — do
not use your hands.
29. Do not stand on the machine. Serious injury could occur if the machine tips over.
30. Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power off and do not leave the machine until it
comes to a complete stop.
31. Remove loose items and unnecessary work pieces from the area before starting the machine.
Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual:
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in minor injury and/or
possible machine damage.
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in serious injury or possibly
even death.
Ordering Replacement Parts
To order parts or reach our service department, call 1-800-274-6848 between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
(CST), Monday through Friday. Having the Model Number and Serial Number of your machine available
when you call will allow us to serve you quickly and accurately.
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Unpacking
Open shipping cartons and check that all parts are
intact. Report any damage immediately to your
distributor. Read the instruction manual thoroughly
for assembly, alignment, and maintenance
instructions.
Contents of the Shipping Containers
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
XACTA Fence II
Front Rail
Rear Rail
Guide Rail
Black Plastic End Caps
Hardware Package
Owner’s Manual
Warranty Registration Card
The contents of the hardware bag are drawn full
scale in Figure 1.
Note 1: Quantities may vary depending upon
whether you purchased the short rail or long rail.
Note 2: If the optional wooden extension table is
not used, there will be extra hardware.
Tools Required for Assembly &
Adjustment
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
#3 Cross Point Screwdriver
7/16” Wrench
1/2" Wrench
Combination Square & Straight Edge
Electric Drill
1/4”, 3/16” Drill Bits
4”-6” C-Clamps
1/4”, 3/16” Allen Wrenches
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Installation
Tools required
7/16" and 1/2" wrenches
Cross point screwdriver
3/16" hex wrench
Adjustable square
Hammer (or rubber mallet)
Straight edge
The following instructions are for installing the
XACTA Fence II and Rail System on JET Models
JTAS-10, JTAS-12 and XACTA® Saw Deluxe
series table saws. The rails should bolt up to the
JET saw without any drilling.
Front Rail Installation
Referring to Figures 1 and 2:
Figure 1
1. Identify the front rail (E), which is
2-1/2" x 2-1/2" with notches on one side and
countersunk mounting holes on the other side.
2. Lightly secure the front rail (E) to the table (G)
and extension wings (F) with four each 1/4 x 11/2 flat head screws (A), 1/4” flat washers (B),
1/4” lock washers (C) and 1/4” hex nuts (D).
Tighten just enough to hold the rail next to the
table but keep loose enough to allow height
adjustment.
The front rail must be 9/16" down from the table
top in order to clear the miter gauge slot. This
measurement is critical.
3. Place an adjustable square on the table as
shown in Figure 3.
Figure 2
4. Check the height of the front rail at several
locations along the surface of the saw table.
The front rail must be parallel with the table
top.
When the front rail has been correctly positioned:
5. Use a #3 cross point screwdriver and 7/16"
wrench to tighten all mounting screws
securely. However, do not tighten hardware for
the left extension table (shown in F, Fig. 1).
The hardware that secures the left extension
table should be left loose to accommodate the
switch installation (below).
Switch Installation
At this time refer to your JTAS-10, JTAS-12 or
XACTA® Saw manual and attach the switch as
described in the Switch Installation section. The
switch should be attached before the guide tube
installation covered later in this manual.
Figure 3
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Back Rail Installation
1. Locate the back rail which is 2" x 2" with holes
running along one side only. The height of the
back rail when attached to the saw is not
critical.
2. Align the holes in the back rail to the holes in
the table top, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4
3. Secure the back rail to the pre-tapped holes in
the saw table (B, C, Fig. 4) with two 5/16 x 3/4
hex cap screws and two 5/16 flat washers, as
shown in Figure 5. Tighten screws securely
with a 1/2" wrench.
Figure 5
4. Secure the back rail at A and D (in Figure 4) to
each extension wing with a 1/4 x 1-1/2 hex cap
screw, two 1/4” flat washers, a 1/4” lock
washer, and a 1/4” hex nut as shown in
Figure 6.
5. Tighten nuts.
Figure 6
Important: If you are installing an optional wood
extension table on your saw, it should be installed
first before mounting the guide tube. This will
prevent having to mount and align the guide tube
twice.
If you are not mounting an optional wood table,
proceed to Guide Tube section.
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Wooden Extension Table
The wooden extension table is an optional
accessory.
Tools required
Electric drill
Cross point screwdriver
7/16" and 1/2" wrenches
Four clamps
Straight edge
Hammer (or rubber mallet)
Figure 7
Installation
The optional wood extension table (including the
optional router table) sits flush against the saw
table and along the inside of the rails. The JET
logo (or warning label on the router table) should
face outward. The extension table is not bolted to
the saw table, it is bolted only to the rails.
The extension table and saw table must be aligned
properly so the XACTA Fence II will slide smoothly
from one to the other.
1. Place the extension table between the rails
and up against the saw table, leaving the
extension table raised just slightly above the
saw table. Clamp the extension table to the
front and back rails as shown in Figure 7.
Clamping pressure should be enough to
secure the table yet allow minor adjustments.
Figure 8
2. Use a hammer and block of wood (or a rubber
mallet) to tap the extension table up flush
against the cast iron saw table (Figure 7).
Then tap down the extension table at various
points along its edge where it meets the saw
table, until it is level with the saw table
(Figure 8). As one part of the edge becomes
level with the table, tighten the clamp on that
side. Then move to the other side and repeat,
until the full length of the edge is level with the
saw table. Lay a straight edge across both
extension table and saw table to ensure proper
leveling.
Figure 9
When extension table is properly aligned, holes
need to be drilled into the wood table using the
holes in the rails as your guide (Figure 9). You may
wish to drill 3/32" pilot holes first.
3. Drill 1/4" holes into the front edge of the table
using the holes in the front rail as a guide. Drill
1/4" holes into the back edge of the table using
the holes in the back rail as a guide.
4. Install three 1/4 x 1-1/2 flat head screws, three
1/4 flat washers, and three 1/4 hex nuts into
the holes in the front edge of extension table
Figure 10
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as shown in Figure 10. Finger tighten only.
5. Install three 1/4-20 x 1-1/2 hex cap screws,
three 1/4 flat washers, and three 1/4 nuts into
the holes in the rear edge of extension table as
shown in Figure 11. Finger-tighten only.
6. Re-check the table for alignment, make further
adjustments if necessary, then tighten all
screws and nuts.
Figure 11
7. Mount the two legs to the inside corners of the
extension table as shown in Figure 12. Secure
with the eight screws provided.
Note: If you are using a mobile base under your
saw, you may need to shift the placement of the
legs so they rest properly upon the shelves of the
base.
8. Adjust
the
footpads
on
the
legs
counterclockwise until they reach the floor,
then tighten the nut.
Figure 12
Guide Tube
Important: Before proceeding with the guide tube
installation, the table saw switch should already be
installed. If not, refer to the Switch Installation
section in your JTAS-10, JTAS-12 or XACTA® Saw
manual.
Referring to Figure 13:
The guide tube (A) is placed on top of the front rail
(B) and is mounted with the scale facing toward
the operator.
1. Align the holes in the bottom of the guide tube
with the holes in the front rail. When properly
positioned the guide tube should extend
beyond the front rail about 6" in both
directions.
Figure 13
2. Fasten the guide tube (A) to the rail (B) from
beneath, with seven 1/4-20 x 3/4 hex head
screws (B), seven 1/4" lock washers (F) and
seven 1/4" flat washers (G). Finger tighten
only.
3. Tighten all screws with a 7/16" wrench.
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XACTA Fence
Screw the lock lever knob into the threaded handle
on the XACTA Fence II as shown in Figure 14.
The lock lever has three functional positions as
shown in Figure 15:
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•
•
The upright position permits mounting and
removal of fence from the saw.
The unlock position permits easy fence
positioning.
The lower position locks the fence to the
front rail. The cam handle should be
pushed down firmly against the pin.
Figure 14
Leveling Fence to the Saw Table
1. Place the fence on the table and lock it.
2. View the fence from the left side of the saw
(Figure 16). Look for the space between the
table and the fence bottom to be equal along
the entire length of the fence (A, B, Fig. 16).
Figure 15
If adjustment is necessary:
A
3. Unlock the fence.
Fence Side Plate
Table Top
4. Using a 10mm wrench, loosen the lock nut that
secures the foot adjustment (C, Fig. 16)
C
5. Rotate the foot, retracting it such that it does
not come in contact with the back rail (Fig. 16).
Back Rail
B
Front Rail
Figure 16
6. Raise or lower two nylon adjustment screws
(D, Fig. 17) the same number of turns until the
space between the bottom of the fence and the
table is the same. Care must be taken to raise
or lower the fence on each side equally or the
fence may not be 90° to the table after the
height adjustment is performed.
When the space at points A and B (Fig. 16) are the
same:
7. Extend the foot (C, Fig. 16) by rotating it until it
just comes in contact with the back rail.
8. Tighten the lock nut to secure the foot,
preventing it from further rotation.
Figure 17
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Guide Tube
Adjusting Fence Parallel to the Miter Slot
1. Place the fence next to the outside edge of the
right miter slot and lock it.
2. The fence should be even with the miter slot
from front to back.
3. If the fence is not even along the length of the
miter slot, unlock the fence, remove it and turn
upside down.
4. Adjust one of the two setscrews (A, Fig. 18)
until the fence is even with the miter slot edge
along its entire length when locked.
Note: You may need to re-adjust the clamping
pressure after aligning the fence.
Clamping Pressure
The XACTA Fence II has been adjusted at the
factory to lock securely when the lock handle is
pushed down. If adjustment is needed:
Figure 18
1. Unlock the fence.
2. Remove the fence from the guide rail.
3. Turn the fence over.
4. Adjust each of the two setscrews (A, Fig. 18)
exactly the same number of rotations until the
fence is held securely when the lock handle is
pushed down.
90° to the Table
1. Place the fence on the saw table and lock it.
2. Place a square (A, Fig. 19) on the table next to
the fence. The fence should be 90° to the
table.
3. If adjustment is necessary, unlock the fence,
and turn one of the two nylon adjustment
screws (B, Fig. 19) until the fence is 90° to the
table.
4. Lock the fence and check the adjustment
again.
Figure 19
Cursor Adjustment
1. Disconnect the table saw from the power
source.
2. Raise the saw blade above the tabletop.
3. Unlock the fence and slide it to approximately
four inches from the saw blade.
4. Lock the fence.
5. Measure the distance between the saw blade
and the inside of the fence.
6. Adjust the cursor (C, Fig. 19) to read the
distance just measured and tighten the cursor
assembly to the fence.
7. Take a test cut and confirm the adjustment is
correct.
Note: If the cursor does not have enough travel to
give the correct measurement loosen the guide rail
and adjust as needed. If you still do not get the
correct measurement loosen the front rail and
adjust as needed. If you have to adjust the front rail
you will need to go through the front rail assembly
instructions again.
This adjustment must be checked whenever a
different blade is installed.
After installing the XACTA Fence II press the black
plastic end caps into the openings of the guide rail.
There is also an end cap for the fence, but this
should already be installed.
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Parts for the XACTA Fence II Commercial 30/50
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............XF2-101 ...................Left Side Plate...................................................... .................................... 1
2 ...............XF2-102 ...................Fence Body Assembly ......................................... .................................... 1
3 ...............XF2-103 ...................Tube Cover .......................................................... .................................... 1
4 ...............XF2-104 ...................Right Side Plate ................................................... .................................... 1
5 ...............TS-0640071 .............Lock Nut ............................................................... 1/4”-20....................... 10
6 ...............TS-0271031 .............Set Screw............................................................. 3/8”-16 x 3/8” .............. 2
7 ...............3575081 ...................Fluoroway Pad ..................................................... .................................... 2
8 ...............XF2-108 ...................Pad....................................................................... .................................... 1
9 ...............TS-0151011 .............Carriage Bolt ........................................................ 1/4”-20 x 3/4” ............ 10
10 .............TS-081D022.............Pan Head Machine Screw ................................... 10-32 x 3/8”................. 2
11 .............TS-0680021 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 1/4”.............................. 2
12 .............TS-081D021.............Flat Head Machine Screw.................................... 10-32 x 3/8”................. 2
13 .............800708950 D ...........Cursor .................................................................. .................................... 1
14 .............800708950 C ...........Cursor Bracket ..................................................... .................................... 1
15 .............TS-0640071 .............Lock Nut ............................................................... 1/4”-20......................... 1
16 .............TS-0640091 .............Lock Nut ............................................................... 3/8”-16......................... 1
17 .............XF2-117 ...................Spring Pin............................................................. 4mm x 28 .................... 1
18 .............6813042 ...................Compression Spring ............................................ .................................... 1
19 .............TS-0151041 .............Carriage Bolt ........................................................ 1/4”-20 x 1-1/2” ........... 1
20 .............TS-0160021 .............Carriage Bolt ........................................................ 3/8”-16 x 1-1/2” ........... 1
21 .............3215301 ...................Foot Cam ............................................................. .................................... 1
22 .............3076232 ...................Lock Cam ............................................................. .................................... 1
23 .............6430055 ...................Knob w/stud ......................................................... .................................... 1
24 .............XF-5 .........................Nylon Adjustment Screw...................................... .................................... 2
25 .............TS-0680021 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 1/4”.............................. 2
26 .............TS-0560081 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 10-32........................... 2
27 .............XF2-127 ...................XCTA Fence Label............................................... .................................... 1
28 .............XF2-128 ...................Instruction Label................................................... .................................... 1
29 .............XF2-129 ...................JET Label ............................................................. .................................... 1
30 .............XF2-130 ...................Foot Pad Holder................................................... .................................... 1
31 .............TS-0207061 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... 1/4”-20 x 1” ................. 2
32 .............TS-0561011 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 1/4”-20......................... 1
33 .............XF2-133 ...................Foot Pad............................................................... .................................... 1
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Parts for the XACTA Fence II Rail Assembly
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............XF2-201 ...................Front Rail (50”)..................................................... .................................... 1
.................XF2-201A.................Front Rail (30”)..................................................... .................................... 1
2 ...............TS-081F081 .............Flat Head Screw .................................................. 1/4”-20 x 1-1/2” ........... 7
3 ...............TS-0680021 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 1/4”............................ 24
4 ...............TS-0720071 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 1/4”............................ 19
5 ...............TS-0561011 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 1/4”-20....................... 12
6 ...............TS-0050031 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 1/4”-20 x 3/4” .............. 7
7 ...............XF2-207 ...................Scale (50”)............................................................ .................................... 1
.................XF2-207A.................Scale (30”) ........................................................... .................................... 1
8 ...............XF2-208 ...................Guide Rail (50”).................................................... .................................... 1
.................XF2-208A.................Guide Rail (30”).................................................... .................................... 1
9 ...............XF2-209 ...................Rear Rail (50”) ..................................................... .................................... 1
.................XF2-209A.................Rear Rail (30”) ..................................................... .................................... 1
10 .............XF2-210 ...................Guide cover.......................................................... .................................... 2
11 .............TS-0081031 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 5/16”-18 x 3/4” ............ 2
12 .............TS-0050071 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 1/4” -20 x 1-1/2” .......... 5
13 .............TS-0680031 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... 5/16”............................ 2
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Parts for the XACTA Fence II Leg Assembly
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............XF2-301 ...................Leg ....................................................................... .................................... 2
2 ...............TS-0561031 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 3/8”-16......................... 2
3 ...............XF2-303 ...................Adjusting foot ....................................................... .................................... 2
4 ...............TS-1533052 .............Machine Screw .................................................... M5×16......................... 8
Appendix – Extension Table Dimensions
The dimensions below are provided if you plan to build your own extension table instead of purchasing
one that is available through JET.
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www.wmhtoolgroup.com
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