kc-129c instruction manual

kc-129c instruction manual

KING CANADA

5” X 6” METAL CUTTING BANDSAW

MODEL: KC-129C

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

COPYRIGHT © 2008 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY KING CANADA TOOLS INC.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

2-YEAR

LIMITED WARRANTY

FOR THIS METAL CUTTING BANDSAW

KING CANADA TOOLS

OFFERS A 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY.

PROOF OF PURCHASE

Please keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty and servicing purposes.

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Replacement parts for this product are available at our authorized King Canada service centers across Canada.

LIMITED TOOL WARRANTY

King Canada makes every effort to ensure that this product meets high quality and durability standards. King Canada warrants to the original retail consumer a 2-year limited warranty as of the date the product was purchased at retail and that each product is free from defects in materials. Warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, negligence or accidents, repairs done by an unauthorized service center, alterations and lack of maintenance. King Canada shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, special or consequential damages arising from the use of our products.

To take advantage of this limited warranty, return the product at your expense together with your dated proof of purshase to an authorized King Canada service center. Contact your retailer or visit our web site at www.kingcanada.com for an updated listing of our authorized service centers. In cooperation with our authorized serviced center, King Canada will either repair or replace the product if any part or parts covered under this warranty which examination proves to be defective in workmanship or material during the warranty period.

PARTS DIAGRAM & PARTS LISTS

Refer to the Parts section of the King Canada web site for the most updated parts diagram and parts list.

WARNING!

THIS MACHINE IS FOR METAL CUTTING ONLY!

IT IS NOT APPROVED FOR CUTTING WOOD. KING CANADA ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY

MACHINE WHEN USED FOR CUTTING WOOD AND WILL VOID THE ABOVE WARRANTY.

KING CANADA INC. DORVAL, QUÉBEC, CANADA H9P 2Y4 www.kingcanada.com

GENERAL & SPECIFIC

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1. KNOW YOUR TOOL

Read and understand the owners manual and labels affixed to the tool. Learn its application and limitations as well as its specific potential hazards.

2. GROUND THE TOOL.

This tool is equipped with an approved 3-conductor cord and a

3-prong grounding type plug to fit the proper grounding type receptacle. The green conductor in the cord is the grounding wire.

NEVER connect the green wire to a live terminal.

3. KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE.

Keep in good working order, properly adjusted and aligned.

4. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES.

Form habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning it on.

5. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN.

Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents. Make sure the floor is clean and not slippery due to wax and sawdust build-up.

6. AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT.

Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations or expose them to rain. Keep work area well lit and provide adequate surrounding work space.

7. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY.

All visitors should be kept a safe distance from work area.

8. MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD-PROOF.

Use padlocks, master switches or remove starter keys.

9. USE PROPER SPEED.

A tool will do a better and safer job when operated at the proper speed.

10. USE RIGHT TOOL.

Don’t force the machine to do a job for which it was not designed.

11. WEAR PROPER APPAREL.

Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties or jewelry (rings, watch) because they could get caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair. Roll up long sleeves above the elbows.

12. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES.

Always wear safety glasses (ANSI Z87.1). Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are

NOT safety glasses.

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

13. DON’T OVERREACH.

Keep proper footing and balance at all times.

14. MAINTAIN TOOL WITH CARE.

Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance.

Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.

15. DISCONNECT TOOLS.

Before servicing, when changing accessories or attachments.

16. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING.

Make sure the switch is in the ‘’OFF’’ position before plugging in.

17. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.

Consult the manual for recommended accessories. Follow the instructions that accompany the accessories. The use of improper accessories may cause hazards.

18. NEVER STAND ON TOOL.

Serious injury could occur if the tool tips over. Do not store materials such that it is necessary to stand on the tool to reach them.

19. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS.

Before further use of the tool, a guard or other parts that are damaged should be carefully checked to ensure that they will operate properly and perform their intended function. Check for alignment of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other parts that are damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.

20. NEVER LEAVE MACHINE RUNNING

UNATTENDED.

Turn power ‘’OFF’’. Don’t leave any tool running until it comes to a complete stop.

SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR METAL CUTTING BANDSAWS

1. DO NOT OPERATE THIS MACHINE UNTIL it is assembled and installed according to the instructions in this manual.

2.

OBTAIN ADVICE from your supervisor, instructor, or another qualified person if you are not familiar with the operation of this machine.

3. BLADE CONDITION. Do not operate this bandsaw with a dull, cracked or badly worn blade. Inspect blades for cracks and missing teeth before each use, replace if necessary.

4. BLADE REPLACEMENT. When replacing blades, make sure teeth face toward the workpiece and that the back of the blade rests against the shoulder of the blade wheels. Wear gloves to protect hands and safety glasses to protect eyes.

5.

WORKPIECE HANDLING. Always support the workpiece with table, vise, or some type of support fixture. Flag long pieces to avoid a tripping hazard. Never hold the workpiece with your hands during a cut.

6. FIRE HAZARD. Use EXTREME CAUTION if cutting magnesium.

Using the wrong cutting fluid will lead to chip fire and possible explosion.

7. CUTTING FLUID SAFETY. Always follow manufacturer’s cutting fluid safety instructions. Pay particular attention to contact, contamination, inhalation, storage and disposal warnings.

8.

HOT SURFACES. Be careful! Due to friction, the workpiece, chips, and some machine components can be hot enough to burn you, especially after operating the bandsaw repetedly during a long peroid of time.

ELECTRICAL INFORMATION

WARNING!

ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN

SERIOUS INJURY! ALL ADJUSTMENTS OR REPAIRS MUST BE DONE WITH THE MACHINE DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER

SOURCE. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY!

KC-129C POWER SUPPLY (120V-1 PHASE)

WARNING: YOUR KC-129C (120V) MUST BE CONNECTED TO A

120V, 15-AMP, BRANCH CIRCUIT. FAILURE TO CONNECT IN THIS

WAY CAN RESULT IN INJURY FROM SHOCK OR FIRE.

120V OPERATION

As received from the factory, your bandsaw is wired for 120V operation.

This bandsaw is intended for use on a circuit that has an outlet and a plug which looks like the one illustrated in Fig.1.

GROUNDING

This bandsaw must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current, to reduce the risk of electric shock. This bandsaw must be equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug.

The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

Not all outlets are properly grounded. If you are not sure if your outlet is properly grounded, have it checked by a qualified electrician.

WARNING: IF NOT PROPERLY GROUNDED, THIS BANDSAW CAN

CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PARTICULARLY WHEN USED IN

DAMP LOCATIONS. TO AVOID SHOCK OR FIRE, IF THE POWER

CORD IS WORN OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY, HAVE IT REPLACED

IMMEDIATELY.

WARNING: TO MAINTAIN PROPER GROUNDING OF YOUR

BANDSAW, DO NOT REMOVE OR ALTER THE GROUNDING PRONG

IN ANY MANNER.

WARNING: DO NOT USE A TWO-PRONG ADAPTOR FOR THEY ARE

NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES.

NEVER USE IN CANADA.

3-6

6-8

8-10

10-12

12-16

PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLET

CURRENT CARRYING PRONGS

GROUNDING PRONG

Tool’s

Amperage

Rating

FIGURE 1

Cord Size in A.W.G.

Cord Length in Feet

25 50 100 150

Wire Sizes in mm2

Cord Length in Meters

15 30 60 120

18 16 16 14

18 16 14 12

18 16 14 12

18 16 14 12

14 12 -

.75

.75

1.5

2.5

.75

1.0

2.5

4.0

.75

1.0

2.5

4.0

1.0

2.5

4.0

-

-

FIGURE 2

EXTENSION CORDS

The use of any extension cord will cause some loss of power. Use the following table to determine the minimum wire size (A.W.G-American

Wire Gauge) extension cord. Use only extension cords which accept the tool’s plug.

For circuits that are further away from the electrical circuit box, the wire size must be increased proportionately in order to deliver ample voltage to the motor. Refer to Fig.2 for wire length and size.

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR

METAL CUTTING BANDSAW

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR METAL CUTTING BANDSAW

1) Stand

2) Stand lift handle

3) Cast iron work stop

4) Toggle switch

5) Vise clamp handwheel

6) Spring tension adjustment handle

7) Adjustable vise jaw

8) Toggle switch auto shut-off plate

9) Blade guide lock knob

10) Blade tension knob

11) Blade tracking adjustment gauge

12) Blade guides

13) Gear Box

14) Pulley cover

15) Belt tension lock knob

16) Stand wheel set

BANDSAW SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

Cutting capacity at 90˚

Cutting capacity at 45˚

Speeds

Blade

Motor

Voltage

Table height from floor

Dimensions (LxWxH)

Weight

KC-129C

Rect. 4-1/2” x 6”

Rect. 3” x 4-1/2”

3 (80, 120, 200) FPM

64 1/2” x 1/2” x .025”

6 Amp.

Diam. 5”

Diam. 3”

110V, 1 phase, 60 Hz

27 1/2”

42” x 18” x 38”

110 LBS

ASSEMBLY & SETUP INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE OPERATING BANDSAW

Assembling Stand, Wheel Set and Mounting Bandsaw (Fig.3)

1) Assemble the stand legs (A & E) Fig.3 and the 4 horizontal bars (B) together using 8 carriage bolts,8 washers and 8 hex. nuts.

2) Once the stand legs and horizontal bars are assembled, assemble the cross braces (C) on top of each end of the stand using 8 carriage bolts, 8 washers and 8 hex. nuts.

3) The next step is to assemble the wheels set (D) to the motor side of the stand legs (E). Insert the wheel shaft through the holes in both stand legs (E), place a large washer, a wheel, another large washer at each end of the wheel shaft secure both wheels in place with cotter pins.

4) Turn the stand assembly upside down and screw 2 rubber feet (F) into the stand legs (A).

5) Place stand back to upright position and place bandsaw on top of the stand, place the motor end of the bandsaw on the same side you installed the wheel set. Do not try to lift the machine by yourself, risk of back injury! It is recommended to get another person to help you or to use a chain hoist if available. Secure the bandsaw to the stand as using 6 hex. bolts, 12 washers and 6 hex. nuts.

FIGURE 3

Releasing Stop Pin

This bandsaw comes with a head stop pin (A) Fig.4 which allows you to lock and unlock the head, 2 different positions are available as shown. The head stop pin can be found at the rear of the bandsaw and should always be released before any cutting operation.

FIGURE 4

Setting Height of Feed Stop Bolt

Now the head stop bolt (A) Fig.5 and hex. nut (B) must be adjusted. This feed stop bolt will determine how low the head will go (normally below the table surface). Adjust the bolt height so that the blade teeth are just below the table surface when the cut is complete. Make sure to retighten the hex. nut once the adjustment has been made.

Assembly and Installation of the Work Stop

The work stop assembly gets assembled to the front of the table and is usually used for repetitious cuts of the same length. To assemble the work stop;

1) Slide the work stop (A) Fig.6 onto the work stop shaft (B) and fix it into place by tightening the work stop set screw (C).

2) Insert the work stop shaft into the side of the table as shown in Fig.6 and fix it into place by tightening the top table set screw (D).

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 6

ASSEMBLY & SETUP INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE OPERATING BANDSAW

Installation of the Belt and Pulley Cover, Belt and Tensioning Belt

To install the belt and pulley cover;

1) Place the belt and pulley cover fixing plate (A) Fig.7 around the pulleys as shown in Fig.7 and fix it into place with 2 hex. bolts (B).

This bandsaw comes with 3 blade speeds, the blade speed is determined by the position of the belt on both pulleys. See chart below for belt position and resulting blade speed.

FIGURE 7

Motor Pulley

FPM

Drive Pulley

To install the belt around the pulleys;

1) First step is to unscrew the belt tension knob (A) Fig.8 in order to bring the motor assembly/motor pulley (B) Fig.9 closer to the drive pulley (C) Fig.9.

2) Then slide the belt (A) Fig.9 around the appropriate pulleys that will give you the required blade speed, see chart above.

3) Finally, tighten the belt tension knob (A) Fig.8 to tension the belt. The proper belt tension is achieved when the belt has a 1/2” deflection when pressed in the center.

4) Close belt cover and lock it closed with tapping screw and washer.

Adjusting Toggle Switch Auto Shut-off Plate

The auto shut-off plate must be adjusted, so the bandsaw shuts off automatically when a cut is complete. To adjust the auto shut-off plate;

1) With the bandsaw disconnected from the power source, lift the head and lock it into place and then place the toggle switch (A) Fig.10 to the “On” position.

2) Lower the head slowly to see if the auto shut-off plate (B) will push the toggle switch down to the “Off” position.

3) If the auto shut-off plate does not push the toggle switch all the way to the “Off” position, loosen auto shut-off plate bolt (C) and lower plate until it pushes the toggle switch all the way to the “Off” position.

4) Retighten the auto shut-off plate bolt.

FIGURE 8

FIGURE 9

FIGURE 10

SETUP & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE OPERATING BANDSAW

Adjusting Vise Angle

To adjust the angle of the vise;

1) Loosen hex. bolt (A) Fig.11 and slide the vise (B) to the desired angle. Use the scale (C) as a guide to set your angle.

2) Retighten hex. bolt (A) once you have obtained the desired angle.

3) Loosen hex. bolt (D) on the opposite vise jaw so that the jaw can float and match the angle of the workpiece once you tighten the vise against the workpiece by turning vise handwheel clockwise.

Squaring Blade to Table

Squaring the blade to the table will improve your cutting results and also extend the life of your blade. To square blade to table;

1) Lower the head all the way until it comes in contact with the head stop bolt.

2) Place a square (A) Fig.12 on the table and against the edge of the blade, checking at a few different points between the blade guides.

3) If an adjustment is needed, loosen hex. bolt (B) and rotate the blade guide seat

(C) until the blade is perpendicular to the table, then retighten hex. bolt.

Adjusting Blade Guides

The blade guides side bearings support and twist the blade straight so the blade will enter the workpiece perpedicular to the table surface. The blade guide support bearings prevent blade twist by stopping the blade from being pushed back during a cut. Both adjustments are important for correct saw operation.

Keep in mind that this adjustment must be done to both the right and left blade guides, to adjust the blade guides;

1) Adjust the blade guide housing (A) Fig.13 by loosening the housing hex. bolt

(B) so the support bearing rests against the rear of the blade.

2) Loosen the outer side bearing eccentric hex. nut (C) and rotate the eccentric bearing shaft until both bearings have a bearing-to-blade clearance of 0.000” to 0.001”. Do not pinch the blade and remember that the blade must be perpendicular to the table.

3) Retighten the outer side bearing eccentric hex. nut.

4) Before every operation, unlock the right side bearing guide lock knob (D) and slide the left side bearing guide assembly (E) as close to the workpiece so the blade is supported and will not twist during the cut. Retighten the left side bearing guide lock knob.

Setting Up for Vertical Cutting

This bandsaw is capable of horizontal and vertical cutting operations. Vertical cutting operations require an additional steel table to be mounted to the right side blade guide assembly. To install vertical table;

1) Position the head to its most upright vertical position.

2) Remove the blade guide cover (A) Fig.14 by removing the 2 countersunk screws (B).

3) Install the vertical table and secure into place using the same 2 countersunk screws removed previously.

4) Install support bracket (A) Fig.15 below the vertical table using the bolt (B) already in the casting and a countersunk screw and hex. nut (C) Fig.15.

5) Place a square on the table and against the blade and adjust the support bracket height to quare the table with the blade.

FIGURE 11

FIGURE 12

FIGURE 13

FIGURE 14

FIGURE 15

SETUP & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS,

REPLACING BLADE

Blade Selection

1) A 14 tooth per inch, general-use blade is furnished with this metal cutting band saw.

2) The choice of blade pitch is governed by the thickness of the work to be cut.

3) The thinner the workpiece, the more teeth advised.

4) If the teeth of the blade are too far apart, it can result in severe damage to the workpiece and to the blade.

Suggested Blade Speeds for Material to Cut

When using your bandsaw, always change the blade speed to best suit the material to cut. The material cutting chart Fig.16 suggests settings for several materials.

Material

Tool, stainless or alloy steel, bearingbronzes.

Speed (FPM)

60Hz

80

Belt groove used

Motor pulley Drive pulley

Small Large

Mild steel, hard brass or bronze.

120 Medium Medium

Soft brass, aluminum, other light metals.

Small 200

FIGURE 16

Large

Feed Rate

The feed rate of the blade into the workpiece is controlled by the spring tension.

To set the feed rate;

Slower Feed Rate- Twist the feed rate adjustment handle (A) Fig.17 clockwise to add tension to the spring.

Faster Feed Rate- Twist the feed rate adjustment handle (A) Fig.17 counter-clockwise to remove tension from the spring.

Replacing/Changing Blade

Blades should be changed when they become dull or damaged or when you are cutting materials that require a blade of a certain type or a specific number of teeth. To replace/change blade;

1) Make sure the bandsaw is disconnected from the power source.

2) Lift the cutting head to its most vertical position.

3) Remove the blade guard lock knob (A) Fig.18 and the 2 round head screws

(B) which hold the blade guard (C) in place and remove blade guard.

4) Loosen the blade guides, then loosen the blade tension knob (D) counterclockwise and slip the blade off the wheels.

5) Install the new blade through both blade guides and around the bottom wheel.

Make sure the blade teeth point downwards and that the back of the blade rests against the shoulder of the bottom blade wheel.

6) Hold the blade around the bottom wheel with one hand and slip it around the top wheel with the other hand, keeping the blade between the blade guides.

7) Once the blade is around both wheels, position the back of the blade against the shoulders of the wheels.

8) Tighten the blade tension knob enough to tension the blade so the blade does not fall off the wheels during start-up. Spin the wheels by hand until the blade resumes the previous tracking. If the blade drifts away from the shoulder of the wheels, adjust the tracking of the blade, see following instructions.

FIGURE 17

FIGURE 18

ADJUSTING BLADE &

GENERAL MAINTENANCE

Adjusting the Tracking of the Blade

The blade tracking has been set at the factory and will rarely need to be adjusted if the bandsaw is used correctly. To adjust the tracking of the blade;

1) Turn the blade tension knob (A) Fig.19 counterclockwise so that the blade loosens a little.

2) Loosen but do not remove the wheel tilting mechanism hex. bolt (B).

3) Adjust the tracking of the blade by adjusting the set screw (C). Tightening this set screw will move the blade closer to the shoulder of the wheel. Loosening this set screw will move the blade away from the wheel shoulder.

4) Tension the blade to the appropriate tension. Turn the wheel by hand and observe the blade tracking. If the blade tracks along the shoulder without rubbing, the blade is tracking properly. If the blade drifts away from the wheel shoulder, repeat step 3.

5) Once the blade is tracking properly, replace the blade guard and adjust the blade guides.

Maintenance

It is easier to keep this bandsaw in good condition or at best performance by means of maintaining it than having to remedy it after it is out of order. Keep work area clean; release vise, release blade tension to prolong blade life, disconnect from power source, remove chips and dust away and follow instructions for lubrication or coating rust proof oil before leaving. On a monthly basis, lubricate guide bearings. Also check electric cord, plug, switches to make sure they are operating correctly.

Lubrication

Your machine has been coated heavily with grease to protect it in shipping. This coating should be completely removed before operating. Commercial degreaser, kerosene or similar solvent may be used to remove the grease from the machine, but avoid getting solvent on the belts or other rubber or plastic parts.

1) Be sure to clean the bandsaw after operation. Coat it with rust-proof oil.

2) Use SAE-30 oil to lubricate the components.

3) Lubricate the vise lead screw as needed.

4) The drive gears in the gear box soak in an oil bath, they will not require a lubricant change more than once a year, unless leakage or overheating occur.

When replacing the gear box oil, use SAE 80W90 differential oil.

FIGURE 19

TROUBLESHOOTING

GUIDE

PROBLEM

Excessive blade breakage

Premature blade dulling

Unusual wear on

Side/Back of blade

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTIVE ACTION

1. Materials loose in vise.

2. Incorrect speed or feed.

3. Blade teeth spacing too large.

4. Material too coarse.

5. Incorrect blade tension.

6. Teeth in contact with material before saw is started.

7. Blade rubs on wheel flange.

8. Miss-aligned guide bearings.

9. Blade too thick.

10. Cracking at weld.

1. Clamp work securely.

2. Adjust speed or feed.

3. Replace with a small teeth spacing blade.

4. Use a blade of slow speed and small teeth spacing.

5. Adjust to where blade just does not slip on wheel.

6. Place blade in contact with work after motor is started.

7. Adjust wheel alignment.

8. Adjust guide bearings.

9. Use thinner blade.

10. Weld, note the welding skill.

1.Teeth too coarse.

2. Too much speed.

3. Inadequate feed pressure.

4. Hard spots or scale on material.

5. Hardening of work material.

6. Blade twist.

7. Insufficient blade.

8. Blade slide.

1. Use finer teeth.

2. Decrease speed.

3. Decrease feed rate.

4. Reduce speed, increase feed rate.

5. Increase feed rate by tightening spring handle.

6. Replace with a new blade, and adjust blade tension.

7. Replace.

8. Tighten blade tension.

1. Blade guides worn.

2. Blade guide bearing not adjusted properly.

3. Blade guide bearing bracket is loose.

1. Replace.

2. Adjust as per instruction manual.

3. Tighten.

Teeth ripping from blade.

Motor running too hot

1. Teeth too coarse for work.

2. Too heavy a pressure; too slow a speed.

3. Vibrating workpiece.

4. Gullet loading.

1. Use finer tooth blade.

2. Decrease fee rate, increase speed.

3. Clamp workpiece securely.

4. Use coarser tooth blade or brush to remove chips.

1. Blade tension too high.

2. Drive belt tension too high.

3. Blade is too coarse for work.

4. Blade is too fine for work.

5. Gears aligned improperly.

6. Gears need lubrication.

7. Cut is binding blade.

1. Reduce tension on blade.

2. Reduce tension on drive belt.

3. Use finer blade.

4. Use coarse blade.

5. Adjust gears so that worm is in center of gear.

6. Check oil level, refill using SAE 80W90 differential oil.

7. Decrease feed rate.

Bad cuts (Crooked)

Bad cuts (Rough)

Blade is twisted

1. Feed rate too high.

2. Blade guides not adjusted properly.

3. Inadequate blade tension.

4. Dull blade.

5. Incorrect speed.

6. Blade guides spaced out too much.

7. Blade guides assembly loose.

8. Blade too far away from wheel flanges.

1. Too much speed or feed.

2. Blade is too coarse.

3. Blade tension loose.

1. Cut is binding blade.

2. Too much blade tension.

1. Increase feed rate by loosening spring handle.

2. Adjust blade guides; the clearance cannot be greater than 0.001”.

3. Increase blade tension by adjusting blade tension.

4. Replace blade.

5. Adjust speed.

6. Adjust guide space.

7. Tighten.

8. Readjust blade tracking.

1. Reduce blade speed or the feed rate.

2. Replace with finer blade.

3. Adjust blade tension.

1. Reduce feed rate using cylinder feed rate dial.

2. Decrease blade tension.

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