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10" TILTING ARBOR SAW
Model 66
Instruction Manual & Parts List
# 0460231
shown with optional extension
table & legs, mobile base, and
motor cover
(800) 248-0144
www.powermatic.com
This manual has been prepared for the owner and operators of a Powermatic Model 66 Tilting
Arbor Table Saw. Its purpose, aside from machine operation, is to promote safety through the
use of accepted correct operating and maintenance procedures. Completely read the safety
and maintenance instructions before operating or servicing the machine. To obtain maximum
life and efficiency from your table saw and to aid in using the machine safely, read this manual
thoroughly and follow all instructions carefully.
Warranty & Service
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Repair Stations located throughout the United States can give you quick service.
In most cases, any one of these JET Group Repair Stations can authorize warranty repair, assist you in
obtaining parts, or perform routine maintenance and major repair on your JET, Performax or Powermatic tools.
For the name of an Authorized Repair Station in your area, please call 1-800-274-6848.
More Information
Remember, the JET Group is consistently adding new products to the line. For complete, up-to-date product
information, check with your local JET Group distributor.
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meet high quality and durability standards and warrants to the original retail consumer/purchaser of our products that each product be free from defects in materials and workmanship as follow: 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON ALL PRODUCTS UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. This Warranty does not apply to defects
due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, normal wear-and-tear, repair or alterations
outside our facilities, or to a lack of maintenance.
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must accompany the merchandise. If our inspection discloses a defect, we will either repair or replace the
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willing to accept a refund. We will return repaired product or replacement at JET's expense, but if it is determined there is no defect, or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of JET's warranty, then
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necessary for any reason whatsoever.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety:
General Rules .................................................................................................................................. 4
Specific Rules .................................................................................................................................. 5
Decal Instruction .............................................................................................................................. 6
Specifications ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Receiving the 66 T.A. Saw ................................................................................................................. 8
Installation and Assembly
Lock Knobs ...................................................................................................................................... 8
Extension Wings ............................................................................................................................. 8
Rails & Accu-Fence ......................................................................................................................... 8
Mounting Blade ................................................................................................................................ 8
Splitter and Guard Assembly. ......................................................................................................... 8
Mitre Gauge ..................................................................................................................................... 9
Motor Cover (Optional) ..................................................................................................................... 9
Formica Top Extension Table (Optional) ......................................................................................... 9
Saw Adjustments
Mitre Slot Adjustment .................................................................................................................... 10
Tilt Stop Adjustment ...................................................................................................................... 10
Fence Alignment ............................................................................................................................ 10
Mitre Gauge Adjustment ............................................................................................................... 10
Belt Tensioning .............................................................................................................................. 11
Arbor and Arbor Bearing Removal ................................................................................................. 11
Blade Raising Mechanism Adjustment ......................................................................................... 11
Splitter Alignment ......................................................................................................................... 11
Insert Adjustment ........................................................................................................................... 12
Changing Saw Blades ................................................................................................................... 12
Tilting Mechanism Adjustment ...................................................................................................... 12
General Maintenance ....................................................................................................................... 12
Trouble Shooting Tips ...................................................................................................................... 13
Featherboard Construction ............................................................................................................. 14
Filler Piece Construction ................................................................................................................. 14
Push Stick and Push Block Construction ...................................................................................... 14
Parts Lists and Exploded Views:
Splitter and Guard Assembly ........................................................................................................ 15
Stand Assembly ....................................................................................................................... 16-17
Optional Table Extension and Legs .............................................................................................. 15
Trunnion Assembly ................................................................................................................... 18-19
Mitre Gauge ................................................................................................................................... 20
Controls ............................................................................................................................................... 21
Optional Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 21
Electrical:
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SAFETY RULES
As with all machines, there is a certain amount of hazard involved with the use of this table saw. Use the
machine with the respect and caution demanded where safety precautions are concerned. When normal
safety precautions are overlooked or ignored, personal injury to the operator can result.
Read, understand and follow the safety and operating instructions found in this manual. Know the limitations and hazards associated with this table saw.
Electrical grounding. Make certain that the machine frame is electrically grounded and that a ground lead is
included in the incoming electrical service. In cases where a cord and plug are used, make certain that the
grounding plug connects to a suitable ground. Follow the grounding procedure indicated in the National Electrical Code.
Eye safety. Wear an approved safety shield, goggles, or glasses to protect eyes. (NOTE: Common eyeglasses are not safety glasses.)
Personal protection. Before operating the machine, remove tie, rings, watch and other jewelry and roll up
sleeves above the elbows. Remove all loose outer clothing and confine long hair. Protective type footwear
should be used. Where the noise exceeds the level of exposure allowed in Section 1910.95 of the OSHA
Regulations, use hearing protective devices. Do not wear gloves.
Guards. Keep the machine guards in place for every operation for which they can be used. If any guards are
removed for maintenance, DO NOT OPERATE the machine until the guards are reinstalled.
Work area. Keep the floor around the machine clean and free of scrap material, saw dust, oil and other liquids
to minimize the danger of tripping or slipping. Be sure the table is free of all scrap, foreign material and tools
before starting to cut. Make certain the work area is well lighted and that a proper exhaust system is used to
minimize dust. Powermatic recommends the use of anti-skid floor strips on the floor area where the operator
normally stands and that each machine’s work area be marked off. Provide adequate work space around the
machine.
Operator position. Maintain a balanced stance and keep your body under control at all times. Do not stand
in line with the saw blade or work piece and do not allow anyone else to do so. Never climb on or near the saw.
Do not overreach. Use a support table or have a helper or “tailman” take stock away from the back side of
the blade.
Housekeeping. Before turning on machine, remove all extra equipment such as keys, wrenches, scrap, and
cleaning rags away from the saw.
Careless acts. Give the work you are doing your undivided attention. Looking around, carrying on a conversation, and “horseplay” are careless acts that can result in serious injury.
Disconnect machine before performing any service or maintenance or when changing blades. A machine
under repair should be RED TAGGED to show it should not be used until the maintenance is complete.
Alignment. Check the alignment of the splitter, fence and miter slot to the blade. A caution decal is installed
on each guard and splitter to remind the operator of the dangers of misalignment.
Maintain tools in top condition. 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.
Hand safety. 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 free hand. Avoid awkward operations and hand positions where a sudden slip
could cause your hand to contact the blade.
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Safety devices. Always use the splitter, 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 (see page 14), fixtures and other safety devices and use extreme caution. Reinstall the
splitter and blade guard immediately after completing the operation that required their removal.
Saw blade rotation. Be sure the saw blade rotates clockwise when viewed from the motor side (left side) of
the machine.
Adjustments. Make all adjustments to the machine and operational setup with the power off. Never remove
the insert with the blade running.
Material condition. 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.
Large stock. Do not attempt to saw long or wide boards unsupported where spring or weight could cause the
board to shift position.
Job completion. If the operator leaves the machine area for any reason, he should turn “off” the power to the
table saw motor and wait until the saw blade comes to a complete stop before his departure. In addition, if the
operation is complete, he should clean the table saw and the work area. NEVER clean off the table saw with
power “on” and NEVER use the hands to clear sawdust and debris; use a brush.
Replacement parts. Use only Powermatic or factory authorized replacement parts and accessories; otherwise the table saw warranty and guarantee is null and void.
Misuse. Do not use this Powermatic table saw for other than its intended use. If used for other purposes,
Powermatic disclaims any real or implied warranty and holds itself harmless for any injury or damage which
may result from that use. Do not equip this table saw with a motor larger than five (5) horsepower at 3600
RPM. Doing so voids the warranty and Powermatic holds itself harmless from any injury which may result.
If you are not thoroughly familiar with the operation of Table Saws, obtain advice from your supervisor, instructor or other qualified person.
Drugs, alcohol, medication. Do not operate this machine while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or any
medication.
Health hazards. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction
activities contains 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 and cement and other masonry products.
* Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals, work in a well-ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such
as those dust masks that are specifically designed to filter out microscopic particles.
Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual:
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CAUTION: (This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in minor or moderate injury
and/or possible machine damage)
WARNING: (This means that if precautions are not heeded, it could result in serious injury or
possibly even death).
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SAFETY DECAL
FIGURE 1
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SPECIFICATIONS
FIGURE 2
Table with Standard Extensions .......................................................................................................... 28" x 38"
Rip Fence .......................................................................................................................... 2-1/2" x 4" x 41-3/4"
Arbor Diameter ............................................................................................................................................ 5/8"
Saw Blade Diameter ..................................................................................................................................... 10"
Blade Tilt Maximum .............................................................................................................................. 45 Deg.
Maximum Depth of Cut ................................................................................... 90 DEG.: 3-1/8"; 45 DEG.: 2-1/8"
Maximum Cut with Standard Extension to Right of Saw Blade ..................................................................... 25"
Maximum Width of Cutoff in Front of Saw in 1" Stock .................................................................................. 15"
Maximum Width of Cutoff in Front of Saw in 3-1/8" Stock ....................................................................... 12-1/4"
Maximum width of Dado Cut ................................................................................................................... 13/16"
Maximum Motor ....................................................................................................................... 5 HP 3600 RPM
Maximum Speed of 10" Saw Blade ................................................................................................. 11,000 SFM
Drive Belts ............................................................................................................................. 3VX (two required)
Table Height to Floor .................................................................................................................................... 34"
Dust Collection Outlet .................................................................................................................................... 4"
Shipping Weight with Motor, Fence & Rails ........................................................................................... 614 lbs.
NOTE: The above specifications were current at the time this manual was published, but because of our policy
of continuous improvement, Powermatic reserves the right to change specifications without notice and without
incurring obligations.
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RECEIVING THE SAW
Open shipping container and all separate cartons containing rails and accessories. Report any damage
immediately to your distributor. Read the instruction
manual thoroughly for assembly, alignment, maintenance and safety instructions.
Box contents:
Box 1: table saw, extension wings, manuals
Box 2: (shipped inside Box 1): splitter and guard
assembly, splitter support shaft, arbor wrench,
lock knobs, miter gauge, hardware bag
Box 3: Accu-Fence, lock handle, manual
Box 4: Front & rear rails, guide tube, hardware bag
Optional:
Box 5: Motor cover & screws
Box 6: Formica top extension table
Box 7: Legs for ext. table
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
Tools required for assembly:
9/16" wrench
or one open end
7/16" wrench
adjustable wrench
1/2" wrench
7/32" hex head (allen) wrench
3/32" hex head (allen) wrench
Flat head screwdriver (for electrical
connections)
1. Remove all wood crating from around the saw.
2. With a 9/16" wrench, remove the bolt holding the
extension wings together and set wings aside for later
installation.
3. With a 7/16" wrench, remove the two hex. head
screws holding the saw to the wooden skid. Carefully
slide the saw from the pallet onto the floor.
4. Tilt the saw, and pop off the metal tabs that secured the saw to the skid, by pushing down on them.
NOTE: Exposed metal parts such as the top and extension wings have been given a protective coating at
the factory. This should be removed with a solvent
(such as mineral spirits) once the machine has been
assembled.
LOCK KNOBS
1. With a 7/32" allen wrench, check the factory tightness of the setscrews in the handwheels, Figure 3,
making sure the setscrews are tightened in the middle
of the flats on each shaft. The hand-wheel should be
flush with the end of the shaft.
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FIGURE 3
2. Find the two lock knob assemblies. Check that
the setscrews in the knobs are tight using a 3/32"
allen wrench. Screw one knob assembly, Figure 3,
into the tilting mechanism hand-wheel and the other
into the handwheel for raising and lowering the blade.
EXTENSION WINGS
1. Mount the cast iron extension wings using the
(6) 3/8" x 1" hex head screws and lock washers. Holding the wing in upright position to the saw table, insert
the middle screw and lock washer first but do not
tighten completely.
2. Pivot the wing to level position and insert the
outside screws. Do not tighten completely.
3. Level the extension wing with the table, using a
straight edge. Make sure the edges are even with the
edges of the table top.
4. Tighten all screws.
MOUNTING BLADE
If your blade came uninstalled, refer to "Changing Saw
Blades," page 12. NOTE: Blade should be mounted
first before rails are adjusted.
RAILS & ACCU-FENCE
(Refer to the manual that accompanies the Accu-Fence
to assemble rails and fence at this point).
NOTE: If you are installing the optional formica top
extension table, it should be mounted before installing the guide tube.
SPLITTER AND GUARD ASSEMBLY
1. Insert the grooved end of the splitter support shaft
through slot in rear of saw and into hole in trunnion,
Figure 4. Make sure the square head setscrew is
backed out enough to allow easy insertion.
2.
With a wrench, tighten square head setscrew
into the groove of the shaft as shown in Figure 4.
(NOTE: The groove will be in the proper position if the
end of the shaft is made flush with the opposite side of
the trunnion hole.) Tighten the locknut. The upright
member of the rear splitter support must be on the left
side of the saw (observed from the saw's front).
MOTOR COVER (OPTIONAL)
1. If your saw came with the optional motor cover,
find the two 1/4"-20 self tapping sheet metal screws
and install them in the punched holes on the saw cabinet. Do not screw down all the way, but leave the heads
about 1/4" from the surface.
2. Lift the motor cover over these screws with the
cover's bottom lip inside the saw's cabinet.
3. Tighten the two screws.
FORMICA TOP EXTENSION TABLE
(OPTIONAL)
FIGURE 4
3. Mount the splitter assembly to the two adjusting
screws, Figure 5. Place the two flanges of the splitter
assembly onto the screws as shown.
4. The splitter and guard assembly must be aligned
with the blade. Adjust the splitter according to the directions on page 11, "Splitter Alignment."
NOTE: The extension table should be installed before
the guide tube. After the extension table is mounted,
the fence can be adjusted and the guide tube installed.
Tools needed:
Electric drill (3/32", 5/16" and 1/4" bits)
wrench
The extension table will be bolted to the rails:
1.
Lay the extension table on the floor, on the edge
where the legs will be attached. Put the leg brackets
inside the top's bracing. Block up legs so they will lay
in the bracing and be parallel to the floor, Figure 7.
FIGURE 5
MITRE GAUGE
Place washer on threaded rod, Figure 6, and screw
the handle on to the bolt. Install the mitre gauge in its
left hand slot on the table.
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 6
2. Mark where the screws are to be installed. Drill a
3/32" pilot hole and install the screws.
3. Position the table inside the rails and up against
the cast iron wing, and level it with the cast iron wing
using a straightedge. Use clamps if necessary to hold
table in position. Adjust the foot pads in or out as
needed to make extension table level. When level, use
the fence holes as your guide to drill the holes in the
table or, mark the location of holes and remove the
table for drilling.
(NOTE: The extension table is mounted to the predrilled holes in the fence; it is not bolted to the cast
iron saw table.)
4. For the side against the rear rail, drill pilot holes
and then drill 5/16" holes.
5. For the side against the front rail, drill pilot holes
and then drill 1/4" holes.
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6. Loosely install the 5/16" x 1-1/4" screws with flat
washers, lock washers and nuts into the rear side of
extension table. Loosely install the 1/4" x 1-1/2"
screws with lock washers and nuts into the front side
of extension table.
7. Recheck that the table is level and tighten all
screws.
SAW ADJUSTMENTS
MITRE SLOT ALIGNMENT
To check the alignment of the mitre slot to the blade,
raise the blade to its 0 deg. (vertical) position to its
maximum height. Mark one tooth with a grease pencil and position the tooth slightly above the top edge
of the table at the front. Raise the mitre gauge slightly
out of its slot to serve as a shoulder. Using a combination square against the side of the bar, slide the
scale over until it touches the tip of the blade and lock
in position, Figure 8. Rotate the marked tooth so that
it is slightly above the table top at the rear and using
the square as in front, check whether the distance to
the blade is the same. If it is not, loosen the three (3)
mounting screws that lock the table to the cabinet
and move the table to bring the mitre slot in line with
the blade. The blade should be kept centered with the
slot in the table insert to ensure clearance at both the
90 deg. and 45 deg. positions. After aligning, lock the
table to the cabinet by retightening the three mounting screws.
FIGURE 9
FENCE ALIGNMENT
See Accu-Fence manual.
MITRE GAUGE ADJUSTMENT
Your mitre gauge is equipped with individually adjustable index stops at 90 degrees and 45 degrees right
and left. The index stops can be adjusted by tightening or loosening the three adjusting screws A, Figure
10.
To operate the mitre gauge, loosen lock handle B, and
move the body of the mitre gauge C to the desired
angle. The mitre gauge body is set to stop at 0 degrees and 45 degrees left or right. To move the gauge
beyond these points, the stop rod D, must be pulled
out.
FIGURE 8
TILT STOP ADJUSTMENT
Using a combination square, check the 90 deg. (0)
and 45 deg. stops as shown in Figure 9. Adjust stop
positions if required, using the stop screws as shown.
Check the pointer at 90 deg. (0) and readjust if required.
FIGURE 10
If accurate crosscutting work is to be done using the
mitre gauge, check its squareness to the slot with a
machinists square and readjust the stop position as
required as shown in Figure 11.
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FIGURE 11
BELT TENSIONING
The saw is equipped with a set of two matched belts
and on replacement, replace the complete set. To
retension the belts, loosen the cap screws on either
side of the motor bracket as shown in Figure 12, and
pivot the motor and bracket to the right. Retighten the
mounting screws. To remove and re-place the belts,
loosen the mounting screws and rotate the motor and
bracket to the left as far as possible. Remove one
belt at a time. After installing new belts, retension as
indicated.
FIGURE 13
BLADE RAISING MECHANISM
ADJUSTMENT
If binding occurs, clean off all sawdust and pitch buildup
and re-lubricate with a good non-hardening grease such
as Fiske Company Lubriplate. If binding continues,
check the fit-up of the worm and worm gear segment.
The worm must be centered with the worm gear segment. If it is not centered, loosen the saw raising arm
setscrews and move the arm as required, Figure 14,
and relock. If saw arm has been relocated, the table
may have to be realigned so as to provide clearance
between the saw blade and table insert slot and the
splitter will have to be realigned. NOTE: The saw arm
setscrew must be tight to avoid the possibility of movement which could cause the blade to hit the insert.
FIGURE 12
ARBOR AND ARBOR BEARING
REMOVAL
1. To remove the saw arbor, first remove the mounting screws holding the table top to the base. Lift off
the table top.
2. Loosen the two setscrews in the motor pulley
and remove the pulley and key.
3. Loosen the setscrew at the saw raising arm and
the arbor assembly and bearings will slide out of the
arm housing, Figure 13.
FIGURE 14
SPLITTER ALIGNMENT
One of the most critical adjustments to help avoid kickbacks is the splitter adjustment. It should be checked
and readjusted, if required, after each blade change.
1. To align the splitter to the blade use a combination square against the side of the raised up miter
gauge bar and slide the scale against the top of the
tooth, Figure 15.
2. Check the splitter for parallelism and for clearance
to the miter slot and readjust if required. The insert will
have to be removed to access the adjustment jack
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screw mounted in the center trunnion.
3. Move the miter gauge to the opposite side of the
blade and using the combination square, slide the scale
against the top of the tooth. Check for clearance.
Clearance should be approximately equal on both sides
of the blade.
FIGURE 17
TILTING MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
FIGURE 15
INSERT ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the setscrews as required in the insert, Figure
16, to ensure that the insert is stable and flush with or
slightly below the table top.
If binding occurs in the tilting mechanism, clean off
the saw dust and pitch accumulation and regrease. If
binding continues, check the alignment and readjust
as required to center of worm with the worm gear segment on the trunnion. If there is excessive play, loosen
cap screws and adjust jack screws (Figure 14) clockwise to raise pinion. A tight mesh without binding is
ideal. Retighten mounting screws and check over the
90 degree to 45 degree range of tilt for excessive play
or binding. Readjust if required.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Good saw operation requires periodic preventive maintenance.
FIGURE 16
CHANGING SAW BLADES
To change a saw blade, disconnect machine from
power source. Remove the table insert.
1. Wedge a block of wood between saw blade and
table to prevent blade from rotating, Figure 17. Place
the arbor wrench on the arbor nut (NOTE: right-hand
threads).
2. Remove the arbor nut and collar and saw blade.
Install new blade making sure the cutting edge of the
teeth at the top face toward the front of the saw.
3. Slide the collar on the arbor and start the arbor
nut on the threads. Snug the arbor nut against the
collar and saw blade using the wrench and holding the
saw blade with the thumb and finger tips.
4. Wedge a block of wood between the saw blade
and table and tighten the arbor nut securely. Replace
the table insert and reconnect the machine to power
source.
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Keep the inside of the cabinet and trunnion area clean.
A stiff brush will remove sawdust before it cakes and
pitch or gum is easily removed with a commercial solvent or with a good oven cleaner. To accomplish this,
remove the table by removing the three mounting
screws and exposing the working mechanisms of the
saw. After cleaning the tilting and raising worm and
worm gear segments and the trunnions, grease these
three areas with a good grade non-hardening grease
such as Fiske Company “Lubriplate”.
Check periodically for excessive play in the tilting and
raising mechanism and in the saw arbor and readjust
as required.
Check periodically for belt tension and wear. Readjust or replace belt as required.
The table surface must be kept clean and free of rust
for best results. Although some users prefer a wax
coating, white talcum powder applied with a blackboard eraser rubbed in vigorously once a week 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.
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FEATHERBOARD CONSTRUCTION
The Feather Board is to be made of straight grain hardwood approximately 1" thick and 4" to 8" wide according
to the size of the machine. The length should be developed in accordance with its intended use. Feather
Boards can be fastened to the table or rip fence by use of "C" clamps. Drilled and tapped holes in the table top
allow for the use of wing nuts and washers as a method of clamping. Provide slots in the Feather Board for
adjustment if this method of clamping is used. Figure 18 shows the method of attaching and use of Feather
Board as a vertical comb. The horizontal application is essentially the same except the attachment is to the
table top.
FIGURE 18
FILLER PIECE CONSTRUCTION
PUSH STICK & PUSH BLOCK CONSTRUCTION
14
PARTS LIST: SPLITTER AND GUARD ASSEMBLY
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
2787008
1
6715034
2
3
4
5
6
7
6861200
3776050
6572005
3690232
2406001
3700090
2250116
8
9
10
11
12
13
6851101
6714158
6714192
3250112
3838015
6514012
SPLITTER REAR SUPPORT
ASSY. (ITEMS 1 THRU 7)
SCR HEX HD CAP
5/16"-18 x 1-1/4"
WASHER, LOCK 5/16"
SUPPORT, SPLITTER REAR
NUT, HEX JAM 3/4"-16
SCR., ADJUST 3/4"-16 x 1-1/2"
KNOB ASSY.
SHAFT, SPLITTER SUPPORT
GUARD AND SPLITTER ASSY.
(ITEMS 8 THRU 28)
WASHER, FLAT 1/4"
SCR., HEX HD CAP 1/4"-20 x 5/8"
SCR., FL HD SOC. 1/4" x 20 x 7/8"
GUARD, BLADE
WASHER, PIVOT
NUT, LOCK 1/4"-20
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
14
15
16
17
6626029
6626050
3720018
6710032
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
3720017
6714053
3055095
3025074
3070108
6514001
3581006
3044307
3750011
3735203
3837206
6861301
PIN, SPRING 3/16" x 1"
PIN, SPRING 3/8" x 1-3/4"
SHIELD, GUARD
SCR., RD HD MACH
NO. 10-24 x 1/4"
SHIELD, FRONT
SCR FL HD MACH NO 10-24 x 3/8"
BLOCK, PIVOT
ARM, PIVOT
BUSHING, PIVOT
NUT, HEX 1/4" -20
PAWL, ANTI-KICKBACK
BAR, SPLITTER
SPLITTER
SPACER
WASHER
WASHER, FLAT PLAIN 3/8"
15
PARTS LIST: STAND ASSEMBLY
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
2389003
2423001
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
19
20
21
2423006
3186009
6515001
6861200
6715036
6716031
6861300
6861201
3186010
3186011
3186008
2328002
6714081
3328026
2136002
3136018
KIT, 72" RAILS EXT.
(ITEMS 1 THRU 12)
SUPPORT LEG ASSY. TABLE
EXT. (ITEMS 1 THRU 7)
LEG ASSY., INNER EXT.
EXT., OUTER LEG
NUT. HEX 18-5/16"
WASHER, LOCK 5/16"
SCR., HEX HD. 18-5/16" x 5/8"
SCR., HEX HD. 16-3/8" x 1
WASHER, LOCK 3/8"
WASHER, FLAT 5/16"
EXT., ROUND 21"
EXT., SQUARE 21"
EXT., 8" STANDARD
DADO INSERT ASSY. (# 19 & 20)
SCR., SLOTTED SET 1/4"-20-3/8"
INSERT, DADO
DOOR ASSY.
(ITEMS 21 & 22)
DOOR, DUST REMOVAL
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
22
27
28
29
30
6440003
3604003
6708045
3684232
6746001
31 2759036
34 6861301
35 3797044
2328001
36 3328025
37 6714081
38
39
40
41
3104663
6715101
6515001
6746023
PART NO. 1, 2, 11, AND 12 ARE OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL TABLE EXTENSION AND LEGS
16
LATCH
POINTER
SCR, RD HD MACH NO 8-32 x 3/8"
SCALE, PLATED TABLE ANGLE
SCR., PAN HD SELF
TAPPING 6-32 x 1/4"
STAND ASSY. (WELDMENT)
WASHER, FLAT 3/8"
TABLE
TABLE INSERT ASSY.
(ITEMS 36 & 37)
INSERT, TABLE
SCR., SLOTTED HD
SET 1/4"-20 x 3/8"
COVER, MOTOR (OPTIONAL)
SCR., SQ HD 5/16"-18 x 2-3/4"
HEX NUT, 5/16"-18
HEX HD SELF TAPPING
SCR, 1/4"-20 x 5/8"
EXPLODED VIEW: STAND ASSEMBLY
17
PARTS LIST: TRUNNION ASSEMBLY
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
2025002
2024018
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3700123
6670015
3737214
6060009
6863004
3025042
3237010
6716032
6716035
6861301
6861300
6716009
2701001
2865001
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
3865001
3701031
6626031
6420002
3096244
3065006
6715016
20
6861901
2271008
21
23
6350032
3271039
2865002
24
25
26
3865001
3701032
6626031
2695004
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
3582009
6760078
3406018
2087001
6715033
6861200
3810018
3480015
6807132
3838006
3844204
38
3530006
18
BEARING ARM ASSY., SAW
RAISING (ITEMS 1 -12, 52 & 68)
ARBOR ASSY., COMPLETE
(ITEMS 1 THRU 5)
SHAFT
RING, RETAINER
SPACER
BEARING, BALL
WASHER, WAVIE SPRING
ARM, BEARING
GEAR, SEGMENT
SCR. HEX HD CAP 3/8"-16 x 1-1/2"
SCREW, HEX HD 3/8"-16 x1-3/4"
WASHER, FLAT 3/8"
WASHER LOCK 3/8"
SCR. SOC SET SCR 3/8"-16 x 1/2"
SHAFT ASSY., SAW TILTING
(ITEMS 13 THRU 20)
WORM ASSY., SAW TILTING
(ITEMS 13 THRU 15)
WORM
SHAFT, SAW TILTING
PIN SPRING 3/16" x 1-1/8"
KEY, WOODRUFF
COLLAR, LOCK SHAFT
BRACKET, SAW TILT
SCR. CUP PT. SOC.
SET 5/16"-18 x 5/16"
WASHER, WHITE NYLON
HANDWHEEL ASSY.
(ITEMS 21 THRU 23)
HANDLE ASSY.
HANDWHEEL 8"
WORM ASSY., SHAFT
(ITEMS 24 THRU 26)
WORM
SHAFT, SAW RAISING
PIN, SPRING 3/16" x 1- 1/8"
LOCKING ASSY., SCREW
(ITEMS 27 THRU 29)
LOCK PIN, SAW RAISING
SCREW SOC SET 10/32" x 3/8"
KNOB
DUST CHUTE ASSY WELDMEN.
SCREW, HEX HD 5/16"-18 x 1/2"
WASHER, LOCK 5/16"
TRUNNION, CENTER
MOUNT, MOTOR
SHEAVE ARBOR 2 GROOVE
COLLAR
WASHER, SPACER 3/8" x 7/8"
x .141
NUT, SAW BLADE
RETAINING 5/8"-12
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
50
3096244
3810023
3735075
6807133
6715013
6077225
3711005
6080043
6578003
51
52
53
54
6516001
6716039
6861901
6670092
55
56
57
58
59
3700090
6861501
6420002
6715016
6715015
2690057
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
6716195
3690232
6716079
6716039
6716035
6861300
6861301
6716031
6516009
6516001
6472028
6471720
6471723
6472025
6472335
6472024
6472307
71
72
73
74
75
77
78
6518001
3773325
6716082
6572005
6516001
3868004
6811327
COLLAR SHAFT
TRUNNION FRONT & REAR
SPACER
SHEAVE, MOTOR 2 GROOVE
SCR SOC SET 5/16"-18 x 3/8"
BELT (2 REQD.)
SHAFT, SAW ARM PIVOT
BLADE REG RIP SAW 5/8" BORE
NUT, FLEXLOC SELF LOCKING
HEX
NUT, HEX 3/8"-16
SCREW HEX HD. 3/8"-16 x 1-1/4"
WASHER, WHITE NYLON
RING RETAINER, EXTERNAL
5107-112
SHAFT, SPLITTER SUPPORT
WASHER 1/2" FLAT
KEY WOODRUFF
SCR, SOC SET 5/16"-18 x 5/16"
SCREW, SOC SET 5/16"-18 x 1/4"
SCREW ASSY., SPLITTER ADJ.
(ITEMS 60 & 61)
SCR., SOC SET 3/8"-16 x 1-1/2"
SCREW, ADJ. 3/4"-16 x 1-1/2"
SCREW, SQ. HD. 3/8"-16 x 1
SCREW, HEX HD. 3/8"-16 x 1-1/4"
SCREW, HEX HD 3/8"-16 x 1-3/4"
WASHER LOCK 3/8"
WASHER FLAT 3/8"
SCREW, HEX HD 3/8"-16 x 1
NUT JAM HEX, 3/8"-16
NUT HEX 3/8"-16
MOTOR, ELEC 3 HP, 1 PH, 3600
RPM, 230V, 145 TC FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 2 HP, 3 PH, 3600
RPM, 230/460V, 145 TC FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 2 HP,1 PH, 3600
RPM, 115/230V, 145 TC FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 3 HP, 3 PH, 3600
RPM, 230/460V, 145 TC FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 5HP 1PH, 3600
RPM 230V, 184C FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 3HP 3PH, 3600
RPM 200V, 147TC FRAME
MOTOR, ELEC 5HP 3PH 3600
RPM 230/460V, 184C FRAME
NUT, HEX 1/2"-13
STUD 1/2"-13 x 2-5/8" DLB END
SCREW, SQ. HD. 3/8"-16 x 2-1/2"
HEX JAM NUT 3/4"- 16
NUT, HEX 3/8"- 16
WRENCH, ARBOR
SPACER
EXPLODED VIEW: TRUNNION ASSEMBLY
19
PARTS LIST: MITRE GAUGE
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
2471015
1
2
3
4
5
6
20
3044053
3230038
3604035
3585221
3841202
6506001
MITRE GAUGE ASSY. (ITEMS 1
THRU 14)
BAR, MITRE GAUGE
GAUGE, MITRE
POINTER, MITRE GAUGE
PIN, STOP
WASHER, MITRE GAUGE BAR
NUT, HEX NO. 6-32
NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
7
9
11
12
13
14
15
6623012
6706015
6714053
6861101
3695221
3268050
3055435
PIN, DOWEL 1/4" x 1
SCR FILL. HD. MACH 6-32 x 5/8"
CAP SCR, FLAT HD 1/4"-20 x 3/8"
WASHER, FLAT PLAIN 1/4"
SCREW, LOCKING 1/4" x 3-3/8"
KNOB, MITRE GAUGE HANDLE
BLOCK, POINTER
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
2028085
2042335
2042336
2042342
2042372
2195042
2195047
2195049
2195063
2250116
2328001
2328002
2389003
2402005
2440020
2471015
3104663
3104667
3186008
6080143
6080144
6080148
6253118
6284600
6400010
6441000
6682004
6827028
6827031
6827032
Scoring Saw attachment retrofit kit.
Mobile base extended for Model 66 Saw (closed stand).
Mobile base standard (fits saw stand only).
Mobile base open bottom for Model 66 Saw (open stand).
Mobile base with 30" fence with Rout-R-Lift.
Accu-Fence and rail system for ripping 50" to right and 12" to left of saw blade.
Accu-Fence - fence assembly only - no rails for Model 66.
Accu-Fence and rail system for Model 66 w/sliding table.
Accu-Fence and rail system for ripping 30" to right and 12" to left of saw blade.
Blade guard and Splitter Assembly. Wt. 10 lbs. (4.5 kg).
Table Insert.
Dado Insert Plate for 8" dado head. Wt. 1 lb. (.45 kg).
Cast Iron Extension including support leg, for ripping 49" (1244.6 mm) to right of saw.
Wt. 170 lbs (77.1 kg).
Replacement side panel kit for Model 66 Accu-Fence
Rear Lock Assembly for Accu-Fence.
Miter Gauge. Wt. 4 lbs. (1.8kg).
Motor cover.
Motor cover of serial # 95662522 and up
8" (203.2 mm) Cast Iron Extension Wing.
Blade 28 tooth carbide tip.
Blade 50 tooth carbide tip.
Blade 40 tooth carbide tip.
Sliding Table Retrofit Kit, 50" crosscut capacity.
Tenoning Jig.
Zero Clearance Insert.
Set of 2 legs for 6827028 table.
Rout-R-Lift.
Formica topped table for 50" capacity T-square system.
Table 28" x 35-3/8" with Rout-R-Lift hole for model 66 saw.
Table 28" x 24" with Rout-R-Lift hole for model 66 saw.
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23
24
25
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To order parts or reach our service department, please call our toll-free number between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 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. Locating the EDP number of the part(s) required from your
parts manual will also expedite your order.
Phone No.: (800) 248-0144
Fax No.
(800) 274-6840
If you are calling from Canada, please call 800-238-4746
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.powermatic.com
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427 Sanford Road
LaVergne, TN 37086
Phone: (800) 248-0144
Fax: (800) 274-6840
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.powermatic.com
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Key Features

  • Tilting Arbor
  • Rip Fence
  • Splitter
  • Blade Guard
  • Anti-kickback Pawl

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I adjust the miter slot to the blade?
Loosen the three mounting screws holding the table to the cabinet. Move the table to bring the miter slot in line with the blade. The blade should be kept centered with the slot in the table insert to ensure clearance at both the 90 deg. and 45 deg. positions. After aligning, lock the table to the cabinet by retightening the three mounting screws.
What is the maximum depth of cut for this saw?
At 90 degrees, the maximum depth of cut is 3-1/8 inches. At 45 degrees, the maximum depth of cut is 2-1/8 inches.
How do I change the saw blades?
Disconnect the machine from the power source. Remove the table insert. Wedge a block of wood between the saw blade and table to prevent the blade from rotating. Place the arbor wrench on the arbor nut. Remove the arbor nut, collar, and saw blade. Install the new blade, making sure the cutting edge of the teeth at the top face toward the front of the saw. Slide the collar on the arbor and start the arbor nut on the threads. Tighten the arbor nut securely. Replace the table insert and reconnect the machine to the power source.
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