Model 1318-SA Parts Manual.indd

Model 1318-SA Parts Manual.indd
MODEL
1318-SA
(formerly model 1118-SA)
Parts List
Semi Automatic Bandsaw
and
Built better to work stronger and last longer
Operating & Maintenance Manual
Rev 131029
2829 N. Burdick
rdick St. Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Phone: 269-345-1132
69-345-1132 Fax: 269-345-0095
www.wellsaw.com
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The Model 1318SA Wellsaws have been designed and manufactured to conform to Wellsaw’s
recognized high standards of quality and performance. Each saw must pass a series of final
inspection tests, including actual metal cutting operations, before it is shipped. For this saw to
provide satisfactory service, it is necessary that it be properly installed, operated and maintained.
This manual has been prepared to assist you in carrying out these functions. We urge you to
study this manual and follow its suggestions.
RECEIVING AND INSTALLATION
Un-crating
Carefully remove the protective crating and skid so the saw and its parts are not marred or
otherwise damaged. In the event of damage in transit, notify the carrier and file a Proof of Loss
Claim immediately.
Shortages
Inspect the complete shipment carefully against the itemized packing list. Make sure that all
items are present and in good condition. In the event of any shortage, notify the distributor from
whom you purchased the saw and the carrier who made final delivery.
Utility Hook-Up
The use of a qualified electrician is always recommended when connecting the saw to the main
power supply. Electrical codes differ from area to area and it is the customer’s responsibility to
ensure that their saw complies with applicable codes. Your Wellsaw is pre-wired at the factory
for a specified voltage. Always check the motor and electrical panel to ensure that they are both
wired to correspond to your electrical power supply.
Parts Order
For your convenience:
When contacting your Wellsaw Supplier or the Company for parts or service, it is essential that
you have your Model and Serial Numbers and Purchase Date available. Jot them down here for
handy reference.
Model: 1318SA
Serial Number:______________
Purchase Date:______________
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WellsawSemiͲAutomaticBandsaw
SetͲupandOperation
Itemsneeded:
1.
Electricalpower
2.
7gallonsofwater
3.
Compressedair,[email protected]
4.
Airtooloilforairlubricator.
PriortostartͲup
Warning!Donotliftsawframewithyourhand!Sawframeisraisedwithapoweredsystem.
1.
Thesawshouldbeplacedonalevelsurface.Thisinsurescorrectcoolantflow.Levelingpads
shouldbeusedifneeded.
2.
Havequalifiedelectricianmaketheelectricalconnections.
3.
Removetheshippingplugfromtheinletportoftheprimaryregulator(onleftend)andattach
shopairtotheinlet.Theprimaryregulatorshouldbeadjustedto90Ͳ100psi.Theairpressureis
usedtoraisethesawheadandpowerthevise.
4.
Thedownfeedairregulator(onthetopoftheliftingcylinder)shouldbeadjustedto10psi.See
notesonPowerDownfeed.
5.
Theupperspringanchormustbesetto10inchesfromthesawframe.
6.
Theoillevelintheairsystemlubricatorbowl(nexttotheprimaryairregulator)shouldbe
checked.Addairtooloiltothereservoirandadjusttoaminimumsetting.
7.
Thesamplecoolantisshippedinthereservoir.Thecoolantpumpneedstoberemovedfromits
packingbox.Mix2gallonofcoolantwith7gallonsofwaterandpourintocoolantpan.
SequenceofOperation
AutomaticSequence:
1.
Sawframewilldescendthroughthecut.
2.
Blademotorwillstopatendofthecut.
3.
SawframewillraisetothepreͲsetposition.
1.
Visewillopen.Thisistheendoftheautomaticcycle.Atthispointhesawisreadyforeither
automaticormanualcontrol.
Note:SawcanbeoperatedineithertheManualmodeortheAutomaticMode.
ConditionsforAutomaticCuttingCycle:
1.
PresstheFrameRaisebuttontobringframeuptolimitswitch.
2.
AdjustViseJaw,whileintheopenposition,toallowtheparttoslidethroughwithout
resistance.
3.
Blademotorrunning.PresstheBladeStartbutton.
4.
PressthegreenAutobutton.Visewillcloseandframewilldescend.
Operation
1.
PulltheEmergencyStopbuttonuptopowerthesaw.Besuretheairsystemischargedandis
settoproperpressure.
2.
PresstheFrameRaisebuttonsothatthebladeclearsthestockby2".Adjustthecollaronthe
controlrodoftheliftingcylindersothatitisjustbelowtherolleronthelimitswitch.Pressthe
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WARNING
- Misuse of this machine can cause serious injury.
- For safety, machine must be set up, used and serviced
properly.
- Read, understand and follow instructions in the
operator’s and parts manual.
When setting up machine:
- Always avoid using machine in damp or poorly lighted
work areas.
- Always be sure machine is securely anchored to the
floor.
- Always keep machine guards in place.
- Always put start switch in “OFF” position before
plugging in machine.
When using machine:
- Never operate with machine guards missing.
- Always wear safety glasses with side shields (See
ANSI Z87.1)
- Never wear loose clothing or jewelry.
- Never overreach - you may slip and fall into the
machine.
- Never leave machine running while away from it.
- Always shut off the machine when not in use.
When servicing the machine:
- Always unplug machine from electrical power while
servicing.
- Always follow instructions in operators and parts
manual when changing accessory tools or parts.
- Never modify the machine.
Read and follow these simple rules for best results and
full benefits from your machine. Used properly,
Wellsaw’s machinery is among the best in design and
safety. However, any machine used improperly can be
rendered inefficient and unsafe. It is absolutely
mandatory that those who use our products be properly
trained in how to use them correctly. They should read
and understand the Operators and Parts manual as well
as all labels affixed to the machine. Failure in
following all of these warnings can cause serious
injuries.
Machinery general safety warnings
9. Maintain all machine tools with care. Follow all
maintenance instructions for lubricating and the changing of
accessories. No attempt shall be made to modify or have
makeshift repairs done to the machine. This not only voids
the warranty but also renders the machine unsafe.
10. Secure work. Use clamps or a vise to hold work when
practical. It is safer than using your hands and it frees both
hands to operate the machine.
11. Never brush away chips while the machine is in
operation.
12. Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas invite accidents.
13. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches before turning the
machine back on.
14. Use the right tool. Don’t force a tool or attachment to do
a job it was not designed for.
15. Use only recommended accessories and follow
manufacturers instructions pertaining to them.
16. Keep hands in sight and clear of all moving parts and
cutting surfaces.
17. All visitors should be kept at a safe distance from the
work area. Make workshop completely safe by using
padlocks, master switches, or by removing starter keys.
18. Know the tool you are using - its application, limitations,
and potential hazards.
1. Always wear protective eye wear when operating
machinery. Eye wear shall be impact resistant, protective
safety glasses with side shields which comply with ANSI
Z87.1 specifications. Use of eye wear which does not comply
with ANSI Z87.1 specifications could result in severe injury
from breakage of eye protection.
2. Wear proper apparel. No loose clothing or jewelry which
can get caught in moving parts. Rubber soled footwear is
recommended for best footing.
3. Do not overreach. Failure to maintain proper working
position can cause you to fall into the machine or cause your
clothing to get caught - pulling you into the machine.
4. Keep guards in place and in proper working order. Do not
operate the machine with guards removed.
5. Avoid dangerous working environments. Do not use
stationary machine tools in wet or damp locations. Keep work
areas clean and well lit. Special electrics should be used when
working on flammable materials.
6. Avoid accidental starts by being sure the start switch is
“OFF” before plugging in the machine.
7. Never leave the machine running while unattended.
Machine shall be shut off whenever it is not in operation.
8. Disconnect electrical power before servicing. Whenever
changing accessories or general maintenance is done on
the machine, electrical power to the machine must be
disconnected before work is done.
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General Electrical Cautions
This saw should be grounded in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances. This work
should be done by a qualified electrician. The saw should be
grounded to protect the user from electrical shock.
19. 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:
Wire sizes:
Caution: for circuits which are far away from the electrical
service box, the wire size must be increased in order to deliver
ample voltage to the motor. To minimize power losses and to
prevent motor overheating and burnout, the use of wire sizes
for branch circuits or electrical extension cords according to
the following table is recommended:
-Lead from lead based paint
-Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry
products, and
-Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber
20. Your risk from those 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.
Conductor Length
0-50 feet
50-100 feet
Over 100 feet
AWG (American wire gauge) number
240 volt lines
120 volt lines
No. 14
No. 14
No. 14
No. 12
No. 12
No. 8
Safety instructions on sawing systems
1. Always wear leather gloves when handling a saw blade.
The operator shall not wear gloves when operating the
machine.
2. All doors shall be closed, all panels replaced, and all other
safety guards in place prior to the machine being started or
operated.
3. Be sure that the blade is not in contact with the workpiece
when the motor is started. The motor shall be started and you
should allow the saw to come to full speed before bringing the
workpiece into the saw blade.
4. Keep hands away from the blade area. See figure A.
5. Remove any cut off piece carefully while keeping your
hands free from the blade area.
6. Saw must be stopped and electrical supply must be cut off
before any blade replacement or adjustment of blade support
mechanism is done, or before any attempt is made to change
the drive belts or before any periodic service or maintenance is
performed on the saw.
7. Remove all loose items and any unnecessary work pieces
from the area before starting machine.
8. Bring adjustable saw guides and guards as close as possible
to the work piece.
Figure A
9. Always wear protective eye wear when operating, servicing
or adjusting machinery. Eye wear shall be impact resistant,
protective safety glasses with side shields complying with
ANSI Z87.1 specifications. Use of eye wear which does not
comply with ANSI Z87.1 specifications could result in severe
injury from breakage of eye protection. See figure B.
10. Non-slip footwear and safety shoes are recommended. See
figure C.
11. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during extended
periods of operation. See figure D.
12. The workpiece, or part being sawed, must be securely
clamped before the saw blade enters it.
13. Remove cut off pieces carefully, keeping hands away
from saw blade.
14. Saw must be stopped and electrical supply cut off or
machine unplugged before reaching into cutting area.
15. Avoid contact with coolant, especially guarding your
eyes.
Figure C
Figure B
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Figure D
Index
General
Automatic Stop
Blade Brushes
Blade Selection Guide
Feed Pressure Adjustment
Fixed Vise Jaw
Gear Box Repair
Hydraulic Feed Control
Lubrication
Maintenance
Motor Switch
Notes on Sawing
Placing Blade on Saw
Receiving & Installation
Safety Instructions
Service Kits
Servicing Blade Guides
Sliding Vise Jaw
Specifications
Trouble Shooting
Variable Speed Drive
Warranty
Wheel Pitch Adjustment
Machine Operation
6
8
36-37
8
8
7
8
10
10
8
5
7
1
2-3
9
8
8
4
5
7
11
7
11
Specifications
Capacity:
Rectangular
Round
13" high x 9-1/2" wide
Infinitely variable, 70-375 SFPM
Motor
3hp
2hp
Drive
Blade Size
Blade Tension
12
14
16
18
20
20
20
22
24
26
27
28
30
32
33
34
35
Band Wheel
Swivel Vise
Height to top of Bed
Width of Bed
Coolant Tank Capacity
1" x .035 x 12'6"
Manual Rite-Tension®
15" Diameter, Cast Iron
to 45°
35"
10½”
8 gallons
System Logic
PLC/Non-Volatile Memory
Floor Space
Shipping Weight
4
V-Belt
Variable Hydraulic with
Positive Downfeed Control
Stock Stop Projection
13
15
17
19
21
21
21
23
25
26
27
29
31
208-230-460/60/3
6.5 - 6.2 - 3.1 amps
115-230/60/1
24 - 12 amps
Feed Rate Control
Air Requirements
Parts Lists & Part Numbers
Frame Assembly
Bed Assembly
Leg & Chip Pan
Frame Lift
Flow Control Assembly
Cylinder Assembly
Manifold Assembly
Rite Tension® Assembly
Blade Guide Assembly
Coolant System
Blade Brush Assembly
Motor & Gearbox
Electrical Controls
18" wide
45°Angle
Drawings
Frame Assembly
Bed Assembly
Leg & Chip Pan
Frame Lift
Flow Control Assembly
Cylinder Assembly
Manifold Assembly
Rite Tension® Assembly
Blade Guide Assembly
Coolant System
Blade Brush Assembly
Motor & Gearbox
Electrical Controls
Electric Schematic
Panel Components
Electric Routing
Hydraulic Schematic
13" diameter
Flat
Blade Speed
13" high x 18" wide
5CFM @ 90 PSI
Standard 12"
40" wide x 84" long
1200 lbs
Notes on Sawing
Trouble Shooting
It is widely recognized that a proficient operator is a
key to optimum bandsawing. He makes certain the
machine is properly maintained and adjusted for
dependable operation. He carefully sets up each cutting
job to prevent damage to the machine and obtain the
best performance from the equipment.
Premature Dulling of Blade Teeth
1. Feed rate too high or low. Check recommendation.
2. Blade speed too slow or too fast.
3. Faulty material; heavy scale, hard spots, etc.
4. Verify material analysis.
5. If coolant flow is not covering saw teeth, increase
coolant flow rate.
6. If saw is vibrating in cut, reduce blade speed or
increase feed rate.
7. Chipped or broken tooth may be lodged in cut.
8. “Chip welding” caused by improper feed and
speed.
9. Incorrect coolant mixture.
10. Incorrect blade selection
11. Improper break-in of new blade. New blades
should be run initially with reduced feed pressure for
approximately 50 to100 square inches.
12. Saw blade teeth may be hitting blade guides.
Check for proper blade size.
Experienced blade dealers can be very helpful in
selecting the grade and proper tooth blade for each
sawing job. All blades should be straight, have sharp
teeth with uniform set, and be “broken in” at a reduced
feed rate to obtain good cutting performance and blade
life.
Every cutting situation has special characteristics
requiring some experimentation to determine which
blade, speed and feed rate will achieve the most
satisfactory result. Cutting charts indicate a good
starting point, but must be modified by direct
experience if optimum performance is desired.
Here are some helpful pointers for adjusting speed and
feed for good cutting performance.
1. Make sure the saw is cutting a good chip from the
workpiece.
2. Watch for blue chips or excessive “smoke” indicating
heat in the cut which could damage the blade or work
harden the material being cut
3. Watch for excessive vibration or chatter marks on
the cut-off piece indicating possible damage to the saw
teeth by “hammering”.
4. Check the cut-off piece for flatness. A dull blade or
excessive feed will produce a “belly” in the cut.
5. Inspect the blade for worn, rounded or shiny cutting
edges. Avoid force cutting which will allow chips to
“weld” to saw teeth and eventually cause the teeth to be
stripped off the blade.
6. When experimenting, start with a slow speed and
feed rate. Gradually increase blade speed and then feed
pressure by small amounts until adverse effects are
noted. You can then set the speed and feed at a
reasonable level for continuous cutting. Remember
that blade speed and feed pressure must be balanced to
keep cutting a good chip.
Saw Blade Vibration
1. Incorrect blade speed for material.
2. Blade tension insufficient.
3. Back-up bearing may be worn.
4. Incorrect choice of saw tooth pitch.
5. Incorrect coolant mixture.
6. Incorrect feed setting. Increase feed.
7. Workpiece not firmly clamped in vice.
8. Worn or improperly adjusted saw guides. Check
and make necessary adjustments.
Blade Teeth Chipping or Ripping Out
1. Blade pitch too coarse. Use a fine pitch saw blade
on thin work sections.
2. Improper break-in of new blade. Do not start a
new blade in an old cut.
3. Work piece not held firmly enough. Clamp work
securely.
4. Introduce cooling if it is not being used.
5. Faulty material; scale or hard spots.
6. Blade gullets may be loaded. Use higher viscosity
lubricant or coolant.
7. Blade speed and feed may need adjustment.
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Premature Blade Breakage
6. Blade guides loose, worn or out of alignment.
7. Too many teeth-per-inch. Blade not cutting
freely.
8. Chip brush not cleaning teeth properly.
9. Dirty coolant.
10. Check for loose fasteners.
1. Poor weld in the blade.
2. Feed rate set too high. Reduce it.
3. Excessive blade speed. Adjust it.
4. Blade guides set too tight or misaligned.
5. Blade tension set too high.
6. Blade running against flange on wheels. Adjust
wheel pitch.
Rough Cut / Poor Finish
Blade Squeal
1. Excessive feed rate. See recommendations.
2. Blade too coarse. Use finer blade pitch.
3. Inadequate cutting fluid. Replace.
1. Feed rate too light for blade speed. Increase feed
rate and/or reduce blade speed.
Blade Stalls in Work
Blade Slips Off Band Wheels
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Blade not tensioned correctly.
2. Wheel pitch not set properly.
3. Guides set too tight.
Gullets of Blade Teeth Loading
Insufficient blade tension.
Excessive feed pressure.
Blade tooth spacing too coarse.
Motor worn or defective.
Guides too tight against blade.
Blade Does Not Track Properly
1. Blade pitch too fine. Review blade selection.
2. Incorrect blade speed. Consult cutting chart.
3. If not using coolant, apply it.
1. Set wheel pitch so that blade runs to wheel
flange but not against it.
2. Is blade tension correct?
3. Is back of blade riding against backup bearing?
If not, adjust it.
Chips Welding to Blade Teeth
1. Cutting rate too high.
2. Chip brush may be out of adjustment.
3. Check coolant and application.
Motor Overheating
1. Saw guides may be worn. Check and replace if
necessary.
2. Too much pressure on saw guides. Adjust.
3. Guides may be out of alignment.
1. Check for correct voltage supply. Check voltage
at motor. Check magnetic starter heaters.
2. Check for loose electrical connections.
3. Does motor amp reading correspond to rating on
motor specifications tag?
4. Is internal motor wiring correct?
5. Is drive belt over tightened?
Blade Making Belly-Shaped Cut
Automatic Stop
1. Blade tension too light. Increase it.
2. Saw guides too far from work piece.
3. Blade pitch too fine. Use larger pitch and positive
rake tooth form.
4. Feed force too heavy. Decrease it.
When the blade has completed a cut through the
material, the saw frame drops onto a limit switch
actuator which shuts the motor off.
Blade Becoming Scored
When changing a blade or doing any other
maintenance or repair, be sure the automatic stop is
engaged and disconnect the main power supply.
Inaccurate Cut-Off
1. Is conveyor or stock stand level with saw bed?
2. Insufficient blade tension.
3. Blade guides too far apart. Always set blade
guides as close to the piece as possible.
4. Blade may be dull. Check and replace if
necessary.
5. Feed pressure too high. Reduce it.
It is necessary to raise the saw frame to clear the
limit switch actuator before the saw can be started.
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increase speed or counter-clockwise to decrease
speed. Do not adjust the speed unless the pulley
system is in operation (spinning). The handwheel
drag is set at the factory during assembly. This drag
prevents handwheel “creep” during operation but
still permits easy adjustment. Due to normal wear
and environment, the drag setting may change. To
readjust, tighten set screw in thrust nut.
PLACING THE BLADE ON SAW
To insert a new blade, turn the Adjusting Knob
(item 17 in the parts diagram) on the blade guide
Counter Clockwise (CCW) until it stops. Insert the
new blade and turn the Adjusting Knob Clockwise
(CW) until it stops. The spring loaded carbide
guides will then be in proper contact with the sides
of the blade. The back of the blade should just
touch the carbide back up guide (15 in the parts
drawing). The side bearings should have a gap of
.038 for the .035 thickness blade.
Gear Box Repair
1. Remove gear box from saw.
2. Remove four machine screws holding gear box
together.
3. Separate gear box by carefully prying castings
apart at a location near pulley shaft. Caution: Do
not use excessive force.
4. Once the gear box is open, the internal parts may
be inspected for wear.
5. Liquid plastic gasket is used to seal the gear case,
Loctite No. 51580 or equivalent.
6. Grease, Mobilgrease XHP 220 or equivalent is
recommended. The grease must have excellent
clinging characteristics. (See Lubrication).
Wheel Pitch Adjustment
If the saw blade runs too low, runs off the wheels,
or runs too high and rubs the wheel flange, a wheel
adjustment must be made.
Loosen the blade before making the following
adjust-ments.
Idler Wheel:
Blade running too low or off the wheel- adjust the
idler wheel block. Loosen the two cap screws in the
block, opposite the take up screw end, one-half (½)
turn. Tighten the opposite two cap screws one-half
(½) turn. Repeat if necessary.
Fixed Vise Jaw
Blade running too high and against the idler wheel
flange- The blade can become distorted, its top edge
rolled over and wheel flange will wear excessively.
The two pins in the fixed vise jaw should be kept in
place in order to ensure square cuts. For cutting
angles, the pins must be removed and the turned to
the desired position and tightened with clamp bolts.
These pins enable operators to quickly relocate the
fixed vise jaw for approximate 90° cutting. For
final, accurate cutting, the fixed vise jaw should be
squared with the blade. (See Guide Alignment)
To correct this, loosen the two cap screws closest to
the take up screw one-half (½) turn. Tighten the
opposite cap screws one-half (½) turn. Repeat if
necessary.
Sliding Vise Jaw
Drive Wheel:
Blade running too low or off the drive wheelLoosen the two cap screws opposite the outside end
of the wheel plate one-half (½) turn. Tighten the
two set screws on the same end one-half (½) turn.
Repeat if necessary.
The sliding vise jaw is fitted with a lift plate and
ratchet dog for quick action. A hand wheel tightens
the vise on the workpiece. Excessive pressure is not
required to hold workpiece securely.
Hydraulic Feed Control
Blade running too high, and against the drive wheel
flange- Loosen the cap screws closest to the outside
end of the wheel plate and loosen the two set screws
at the same time by the same amount. Repeat if
necessary.
Make certain all screws are tight after adjustments
have been made.
The feed rate is hydraulically controlled with a
needle valve located on the side of the saw bed.
Caution: Do not attempt to loosen or remove hoses
until the saw frame is supported in its “Down”
position.
Feed Pressure Adjustment
Variable Speed Drive
The Model 1118SA is equipped with variable speed
pulleys providing infinite speed selection between
70 and 375 feet-per-minute. See Cutting Speed
Chart for settings.
To vary blade speed, rotate handwheel clockwise to
7
Maximum feed pressure is obtained with the frame
spring adjusted as close to the end of the saw frame
as possible. To decrease pressure, turn handle on
opposite end of frame counterclockwise. To increase
pressure turn handle in a clockwise direction. Use
lighter feed pressure when cutting thin-wall material
or irregular shapes.
of adjustment needed in the Horizontal Adjusting
Block. The Idle End adjusting block is more likely
to require adjustment.
Blade Brush
The brush should be cleaned frequently in
kerosene and reversed to extend effectiveness. For
efficient cutting and blade life, keep blade brush
adjusted so it has contact with the blade teeth at all
times. Replace it as needed.
4. Blade Tilt. To ensure the blade is perpendicular
to the bed of the saw, loosen the two cap screw [C]
holding the Guide Support (28 & 29 of the parts
drawing) and turn the bottom adjusting bolt (13 of
the parts drawing).
Set the combination square on the saw bed with the
end of the rule butted against the blade above the set
of the teeth. Use a 1-1/2 thousandths (.0015") shim
and slide it along the top and bottom edge of the rule
where it meets the saw blade. If the shim slides
between the blade and the rule at either the top or
bottom, the blade guides must be adjusted.
Motor Overload
The motor starter has a voltage overload to deenergize the circuit if an overload occurs. To
restart the motor, you need to push the reset
button.
To stop the saw at any time,
press the stop button or
press down on the limit switch actuator
5. Safety. Ensure that all bolts are properly
tightened and that all guards are in place before
using the saw.
Servicing the Blade Guides
Blade Guide Adjustment
To properly align the saw blade for a straight and
accurate cut, do the following:
1. Square the stationary vise jaw. Make sure it is
square to the front of the vise slot. Check by
placing a combination square against the front of
the vise slot in the saw bed. Slide the square
toward the stationary vise. Make any necessary
adjustment to the vise jaw to bring it into square.
Set the combination square so that one leg is
along the face of the stationary vise and check to
see that the blade is square to the vise jaw. If it is
not square, follow the instructions for horizontal
adjustment.
Recommended Service
Kits for Insurance
Against Downtime
1 year
100133-004
2. Vertical Adjustment. The back of the saw blade
should just touch the carbide back up guide (item
15 in the parts drawing) when the saw is running
but not cutting. To adjust, loosen the two cap
screws [A] and move the block up or down as
required. (Before making this adjustment, be sure
the back of the blade is properly contacting the
flange on both the drive and idle wheels).
Rotary Blade Brush
1 reqd.
2 year
100406-001 Bearing
100416-001 Bearing
105454-005 “VS” Belt
100133-004 Rotary Blade Brush
100166-450 Blade Brush “V” Belt
106317
Fixed Carbide Guide
152153
Carbide back up Guide
3. Horizontal Adjustment. Loosen the two cap
screws [B] securing the horizontal adjusting block
(items 11 & 12 of the parts drawing). Turn the top
adjusting bolt (item 13 of the parts drawing) to
move the blade either in, toward the saw bed, or
out, away from the saw bed. Normally, the blade
comes off the Drive Wheel with a minimum amount
8
2 reqd.
4 reqd.
1 reqd.
1 reqd.
1 reqd.
4 reqd.
2 reqd.
Maintenance
Hydraulic Cylinder
Caution: Disconnect the electrical supply and press
emergency STOP button before performing any
maintenance. DO NOT service the Frame Hydraulic
Cylinder or Down Feed Valve unless the frame is in
the DOWN position or resting on a mechanical stop,
such as a block of wood.
1. Inspect annually. Fill to top of plug. Drain and
replace every 5 years (10,000 hours).
2. Fill with Mobil Velocite Oil #6 or equivalent.
3. Viscosity at 100°F: SUS 57-61.
4. Military Specification: None.
Motor
Daily
1. Inspect annually. Re-lubricate every 2 years
(4,000 hours) 1 to 2 full strokes.
2. Use Shell Dolium R or equivalent.
3. Viscosity: Heavy Grease, drop point 219°C.
4. Military Specification: None.
1. Keep the saw clean and free of chips.
2. Maintain the coolant level and keep the coolant
tank and filter clean of chip accumulation or
sludge.
Monthly
1. Check, adjust and replace blade brush as
needed.
2. Lubricate drive gears
3. Inspect carbide guides and bearings.
4. Inspect drive belt.
5. Clean coolant tank and filter as needed.
Annually
1. Check hydraulic oil level.
2. Replace guide rollers and carbide inserts.
3. Inspect gear box. Lubricate as needed.
Lubrication
Correct and adequate lubrication is a very important factor in determining the life and service of
your Wellsaw. It is essential that all dust, dirt,
chips, etc. be thoroughly removed before lubricating the saw. The following lubrication recommendations cover usual saw applications. Heavy use
and hostile environments may indicate more frequent lubrication for best saw performance.
Vise Screw, Pivot Bar, Ring Gear,
Drive Pinion
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inspect Monthly.
Use Extreme Pressure open gear lube.
Viscosity at 100°F: SUS750-800.
Military Specification: Mil-G-46003.
Gear Case
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inspect after 3 years (6,000 hours).
Use Mobilgrease XHP 220 or equivalent.
Viscosity: Heavy Grease, drop point 550°F
Military Specification: None
9
MACHINE OPERATION
1. Raise the frame and lock it into place by turning the manual flow control valve clockwise
(CW) until it stops.
2. Adjust material you plan to saw to the desired cut off length. Turn vise screw handle clockwise (CW) to tighten. Always be sure the material is properly secure before cutting.
3. Push the blade START button to start the machine.
NOTE: If the coolant selector switch is in the ON position, the coolant pump will turn
on with the motor. Check to ensure there is adequate coolant in the coolant tank.
4. Adjust frame weight for the material to be cut. Refer to the Wellsaw “Select-O-Chart” for
the recommended settings. (L = light, M = medium, H = heavy)
5. Open the manual flow control valve. Turn it counterclockwise (CCW) to the desired feed
rate.
NOTE: When breaking in a new blade, always reduce the frame feed rate to on half (½)
the normal rate of descent.
6. The saw will automatically shut off at the end of the cut. Raise the frame and lock it in to
place. Repeat the above operation for additional operations.
NOTE: The saw may be turned off at any time during the cutting operation by pressing
the STOP button on the operator control panel or by pressing the KILL SWITCH
(frame down limit switch) on the front of the machine.
One Year Limited Warranty
This Wellsaw is warranted against defects in material and workmanship installed or
performed at our factory. Within one year from the date of purchase, we will, free of charge,
at our option, either repair or replace any part of the Wellsaw which our examination discloses
to be defective because of workmanship or a defect in material, and to make any necessary
service adjustments as required. This warranty does not apply if the Wellsaw has been subject
to accident, alteration, abuse, misuse or which fails due to lack of care or as the result of
inadequate power supply and specifically does not apply to normal wear of moving parts such
as bearings, gears, pinion or blade. There is no warranties beyond the description on the face
hereof. Wellsaw shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damage suffered or incurred
with respect to defective material or workmanship.
All transportation costs or parts submitted to Wellsaw under this warranty must be paid by
the saw’s owner. No products or parts are to be returned to our factory without first obtaining
written permission.
NOTE: Be sure to fill out and return the Warranty Card provided with this Wellsaw.
10
Instructions
toyBleed Hydraulic System
y
Wellsawmodels:1118SA,1318ͲSA,1316SͲSA,
AlsosawswithPoweredFrameLiftOption
Ͳ Aircanenterthesystemthroughaleakorifthesystemisrunwithlowoillevel.Also,ifthesawheadis
liftedmanuallyaircanenterthesystem.Airwillaccumulateundertheliftingpistonandcanbebledat
thefittingatthebottomoftheliftingcylinderwiththepistonatthebottomofitsstroke.This
procedureisdonewithtwotechnicians.
TofilltheAir/OilReservoir:
1. Movesawheadto"down"position.
2. Disconnecttheairlinefromtheprimaryregulator.
3. Locatethefillportonthelegofthesaw.Thereisasquareheadpipeplugintheport.Removetheplug.
Thereservoirisinsidetheleg.
4. Locatetheairline(blackrubberhose)atthetopoftheAir/OilReservoir(insidethesawleg).Remove
thislinefromthefitting.Thiswillallowyoutoaddoilinthefillportwithouttheoilflowingdowninto
thecontrolvalveassembly.Whenyouhavethislineoffyoucannotoverfillthesystem.Addasmuchoil
asitwilltake.
5. Slowlypouroilintothefillportuntilitwilltakenomore.
6. ReͲinstallplugandattachairlinetotopofthereservoir.
7. ReͲattachshopairatregulator.
Tobleedtheairfromthehydraulicsystem:
1. Removeairpressurefromprimaryregulator.
2. Fillthehydraulicsystemthroughthefillelbowonthefrontofthesaw.
3. Lowersawheadtotherestandleavethefeedcontrolknobatposition2ormore.
4. Findtheflatsonthetopofthecylinderrod.Withanopenendwrench,turntheroddown(outofthe
clevis)untilthepistonbottomsinthecylinder.Youwillseethesawheadbegintoraisewhenthe
pistonbottomsout.
5. ReͲconnectshopairpressure.Adjusttheprimaryairregulator(mountedonthesawleg)to10psi.The
pressureshouldbeadjustedhighenoughtobleedthelinebutnotenoughtoraisethesawhead.
6. OnSemiͲAutomaticsaws,setthevisetothecloseposition.
7. SawswithFeedSelectorSwitchshouldbesetwithselectoratFEED.
8. HaveonetechnicianpressandholdtheFrameRaisebutton.Thesecondtechwillslightlyopenthe
hydrauliclineatthebottomoftheliftingcylindertobleedoiluntilitisclearofairbubbles.
9. Tightenfittings.
10. Refillthereservoirasneeded.
11. Repeatuntilnoairappearsatfitting
12. Adjustthecylinderrodbackupintotheclevisandtighten.
Forsawswithsightgauge
Tochecktheoillevelwiththesightgauge,
1.Lowerthesawhead
2.Disconnecttheshopair
3.Opentheballvalveatthetopofthegauge(handlewillbeparallelwiththetube)
4.Theoilfillportisthebrassfittingatthetopofthegauge.Ithasasmallpipeplug
5.Theoillevelshouldbenearthetopofthesightgauge
6.Whendoneclosetheballvalve(returnthelevertothehorizontalposition)
11
7.Reconnecttheshopair
Frame Assembly
74
74
6
6
1
2
3
4
8
8
5
9
10
11
9
10
11
7
13
14
15
12
47
24
70 22
19
78
75
16
20
30
21
18
35
32
38
51
31
36
43
58
59
40
41
58
59
60
61
14
50
42
45
46
66
60
59
56
64
57
62
71
70
79 14
67
63
73 48
62
7
53
60
61
39
44 14
65
60
59
54
55
52
39
23
72
41
27
38
39
49
30
26
37
28
75
34
29 33
25
78
17
69
68
76
780
77
M1118 Frame Assembly
12
12
y
1
2
3
4
5
6
150146SERV
150147SERV
100139-003
100034-045
150150
100135-002
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
100013-010
150095
150096
150182
100013-009
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
100017-002
100025-002
100029-003
150248
100004-116
100004-016
150280
150124
100009-013
100218-010
100004-076
150104
150411
150114
100053-021
150476
100049-001
155152
100053-015
100030-007
150231
150281
100004-030
100019-004
100023-004
150160-001
150160-002
100004-015
100004-020
100065-007
100034-005
100004-015
100165-011
150369
100008-018
100042-003
100004-055
100004-013
150022
100166-450
150144
100004-068
Idle Wheel Guard
Drive Wheel Guard
Knob
Set Screw, 1/4-20 x 1-1/4
Retainer Nut
1/4 Turn Fastener w/cam
(after S/N 2583)
Machine Screw, BH 1/4-20 x 1/4
Door Catch Mtg Block
Door Catch
Door Catch Sleeve
Machine Screw, BH 10-32 x 1/2
Motor & Gear Box Assy. (page 28)
Hex Nut, 5/16-18
Lock Washer, 5/16
Flat Washer, 5/16
Motor Mount Bracket
Cap Screw, HH 1/2-13 x 4-1/2
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 7/8
Guide Beam Ass'y
Guide Arm Track
Cap Screw, FH 5/16-18 x 1/2
Clamp
Cap Screw, HH 3/8-16 x 1
Counter Balance Arm & Sleeve
Counter Balance Spring Attach.
Counter Balance Screw
Roll Pin, 3/16 x 7/8
Crank
Drive Screw #4
Door Catch Support (after S/N 2583)
Roll Pin, 1/8 x 1"
Flat Washer, 1/2 SAE
Cutting Pressure Label
Saw Frame
Cap Screw, HH 3/8-16 x 1-1/2
Hex Nut, 3/8-16
Nylon Lock Nut, 1/2-13
Door Latch Stud before s/n 2583
Door Latch stud after s/n 2583
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 3/4
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1-1/4
Hex Nut, 5/8-18
Set Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 3/4
Shoulder Bolt, 3/8-16 x 1-1/2
Blade Brush Ass'y (page 27)
Blade Brush Arm
Cap Screw, Soc Hd 5/16-18 x 3/4
Thumb Screw, 1/4-20 x 2
Cap Screw, HH 3/8-16 x 2-1/4
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 5/8
Wheel Plate, Drive End
V- Belt
Pulley, Large
Cap Screw, HH 1/4-20 x 1-1/4
Frame Assembly
55 100025-001
56 150087
57 150088
58
59
60
61
62
63
100019-016
100068-002
100414-003
105415
105420
150059-001
64 B-086
65 150060-001
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
150405
150157
150414
150154
100013-005
150273
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
100024-002
100013-005
100025-003
105537
150158
100004-076
100004-010
100013-006
13
Lock Washer, 1/4
Drive Wheel Ass'y for 1" Blades
(includes 41,54,55,58-64, & 66)
Idle Wheel Ass'y for 1" Blades
(includes 41,58-62 & 65)
Hex Jam Nut, 5/8-18
Snap Ring (2 req'd/ wheel)
Ball Bearing (2 req'd/ wheel)
Spacer (1 req'd/ axle)
Wheel Axle
Drive Wheel
(includes items 59 thru 61)
Internal Ring Gear
Idle Wheel
(includes items 59 - 61)
Shield
Blade Guard Lower
Clamp
Blade Guard Support
Machine Screw, BH 10-32 x 3/8
Blade Guard, Upper
Rite Tension£ Blade Tension & Slide Block
Ass'y (see page 22)
Wing Nut, 1/4-20
Machine Screw, Button Head 10-32 x 3/8
Lock Washer, 3/8
Spacer
Blade Guard Mounting Block
Cap Screw, HH 3/8-16 x 3/4
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1-3/4
Cap Screw, BH 1/4-20 x 1/2
Bed Assembly
6
1
11
2
10
7
12
64
22
63
58
13
14
16
17
19
19
18
15
35
23
69
68
65
5
3
8
9
4
35
20
28
20
66
28
67
24
29
25
30
33
26
33
32
21
22
46
31
48
42
40
34
41
47
50
37
39
59
35
57
49
51
52
55 54 53
49
62
61
62
27
60
38
57
51
37
52
55 54 53
49
39
35
32
35
38
56
M1118SABedAssm
14
Bed Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
100004-044
B-003
155107
100004-070
100004-043
M-065
B-215
150091
100053-008
150094
100053-009
100053-002
B-077
150275
100029-008
100017-007
100000-018
150021-001
100004-024
150097
100004-015
Cap Screw, HH 5/8 x 3
Movable Vise Jaw
Washer
Cap Screw, HH 1/2-13 x 1-3/4
Cap Screw, HH 5/8 x 2-1/2
Locating Pin
Stationary Vise Jaw
Lift Plate
Roll Pin, 1/8 x 1-3/8
Vise Drive Pin
Roll Pin, 1/8 x 5/8
Roll Pin, 3/8 x 2-1/2
Vise Slide Block
Pivot Arm
Flat Washer, 5/8
Hex Nut, 5/8-11
Machine Screw, Rd Hd, 10-32 x 3/8
Pivot Bar Collar
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 2-1/2
Clamp Plate
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 3/4
Control Switch Ass'y (see page 30)
B-093
Hand Wheel
100019-008 Hex Jam Nut, 3/4-10
102886
Set Collar
155176
Saw Bed
100030-005 Washer, 3/8
100419-041 Bushing (2 req'd)
150276
Pivot Bar
B-151
Clamp Nut
150099
Slide Block Plate
100004-018 Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1
150098
Slide Block
150285
Vise Push Channel
100025-002 Lock Washer, 5/16
100017-002 Hex Nut, 5/16-18
150383
Tip Off Table
100004-018 Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1
100029-002 Flat Washer, 1/4
100402
Thrust Collar
150286
Vise Screw
M-061B
Vise Screw Nut
152104
Spacer
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
152105
100009-006
B-082
100033-015
100025-007
100004-041
B-460
100033-016
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Cylinder Mounting Plate
Cap Screw, Flat SH 3/8-16 x 1
Stop Bar Bracket
Set Screw, Sq Hd 5/8-11 x 1
Lock Washer, 5/8
Cap Screw, HH 5/8-11 x 1-1/2
Stock Stop Bar
Sq. Hd. Set Screw, 5/8-11 x 4
15
100019-007 Hex Jam Nut, 5/8-11 (2 req'd)
100042-003 Thumb Screw, 1/4-20 x 2
100024-002 Wing Nut, 1/4-20
M-452
Stock Stop Arm (hinged)
M-451SERV Stock Stop Arm (fixed)
B-344
Stock Stop Ass'y
(includes items 27,49, 51-56, & 60 - 62)
150274
Upper Cylinder Mount
100039-004 Set Screw, Half Dog 3/8-16 x 1
(3 req'd- use w/tip-off table)
155205-002 Wing Nut
155204
Carriage Bolt, Ribbed Neck
155190
Wedge
155203
Wedge and Bolt Assembly
(includes items 61 & 62)
100008-006 Cap Screw, SH, 3/8-16 x 1
100008-016 Cap Screw, SH, 3/8-16 x 1-3/4 (4 req'd)
107317
Vise Cylinder
100008-056 Cap Screw, SH, 5/16-18 x 2-1/2
Leg and Chip Pan
1
2
7
3
4
10
19 20
6
9
11
12
13
8
21
14 15
10
17
16
19
18
5
20
M1118SALeg&ChipPan
16
9
Leg and Chip Pan
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
F-228
155169
152005
155177
150081
150466
150078
100004-003
100025-001
100029-004
100025-003
100004-027
100025-002
100004-018
210334
100211-011
100334-002
Splash Guard
Chip Pan
Leg, Drive End
Leg, Idle End
Coolant Tank Assembly (see page 26)
Spring Anchor
Counter Balance Spring
Coolant Tank Hanger (2 req'd)
Cap Screw, HH 1/4-20 x 1/2 (2 req'd)
Lock Washer, 1/4 (2 req'd)
Flat Washer, 3/8
Lock Washer, 3/8
Cap Screw, HH 3/8-16 x 1
Lock washer, 5/16
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1 (3 req'd)
Electrical Control Ass'y (see page 30)
Manifold Assembly (see page 20)
Volume Chamber Assembly (see page 20)
Bulkhead Coupling, 1/4
Plug, 1/4 NPT
Street Elbow, 1/4 NPT
17
Frame Lift
4
6
3
5
4
12
14
13
7
11
15
8
17
18
[1]
9
10
16
2
20
19
21
1118SA Bed
[C]
22
24
23
M1118SAFrameLift
25
26
18
Frame Lift
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
155218
099000-008
152096
100069-019
152164
100019-016
152097
100053-021
152098
100139-003
152093
100019-025
100782-015T
100782-017T
100782-016T
100259-019
100259-026
100256-001
100334-004
100332-001
100208-003
100329-005
152092
100165-006
100025-003
100004-033
Cylinder Assembly (includes items 2 - 24)
Cylinder, 7.5" Stroke, 2.5" Bore
Clevis
Snap Ring (2 req'd)
Clevis Pin
Hex Nut, Jam, 5/8-18
Switch Trip Rod
Roll Pin, 3/16 x 7/8
Switch Trip Collar
Knob, Black, 4 Prong, 1/4-20
Switch Bracket Plate
Hex Nut, Jam, 5/16-24
Limit Switch Lever
Limit Switch Head
Limit Switch Body
Regulator w/Guage (item 17)
Guage
Angle Adapter, 90° Male NPT
Street Elbow, 1/8 NPT
Pipe Nipple, Close, 1/4 NPT
Reducing Bushing, 3/8 x 1/4
Female Pipe Swivel
Lower Cylinder Bracket
Shoulder Bolt, SH, 1/2 x 3
Lock Washer, 3/8 (2 req'd)
Cap Screw, HH, 3/8-16 x 1-1/4 (2 req'd)
19
Flow Control
[A]
7
8
3
6
6
Cylinder Assembly
[B]
7
5
13
[4]
5
11
4
10
8
4
2
9
2
Manifold Assembly
[B]
4
4
1
3
11
12
5
8
[A]
7
5
6
7
10
8
[C]
6
6
[3]
M1118SACylinderAssm
5
2
3
6
[4] [1]
[5] [2]
20
Flow Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
155216-001
100238-001
100673-034
150278
100334-002
100203-018
100329-001
100237-002
Flow Control Assembly (includes items 2 - 8)
Feed Control Valve
Solenoid Valve
Pointer
Street Elbow, 1/4 NPT
Nipple, 1/4 close, NPT, Black
Swivel Fitting, Straight, 1/4 x 1/4 NPT
Strainer
Cylinder Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
155170
099040-001
100329-001
100203-018
100333-001
100313-001
100325
100211-011
100334-002
210334
100332-001
100302-007
100255-001
Volume Chamber Assembly (includes items 2 - 13)
Volume Chamber
Swivel Fitting, Straight, 1/4 x 1/4 NPT
Nipple, 1/4 close, NPT, Black
Tee, Brass, 1/4 NPT
Swivel Fitting, 90°, 1/4 x 1/4 NPT
Check Valve
Plug, Socket Head, 1/4 NPT
Street Elbow, 1/4 NPT
Bulkhead Coupling, 1/4 NPT
Nipple, 1/4 close, NPT, Brass
Cross, 1/4 NPT
Straight Adapter, 1/4 NPT x 1/4 SAE
Manifold Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
155171
099004-005
099004-002
100612-019
100211-022
100317-012
100255-001
100211-011
100621-002
Manifold Assembly (includes items 2 - 9)
Solenoid Valve, NVFS-2400-3F
Solenoid Valve, NVFS-2200-3F
Strain Reliever
Plug, Socket Head, 1/8 (4 req'd)
Muffler Vent, 1/4 (2 req'd)
Adapter, Straight, 1/4 NPT x 1/4 SAE
3 MM x .5 x 30 Socket Head (not sold separately)
Plug, Socket Head, 1/4 (3 req'd) (not shown)
Wire, 18/5 (not shown)
21
Rite Tensioning Device®
1
8
2
3
6
4
7
5
9
16
15
13
11
17
27
14
12
24
20
25
26
10
21
22
18
19
23
Calibrating the WELLSAW RITE-TENSION ® Blade Tensioning Device
The Rite-Tension® device is a simple turn counter that is activated by blade tension and can be easily adjusted in the field.
Please review the operation instructions before making any adjustment:
1. LOOSENING
When replacing a worn or broken blade always turn the "T" handle out at least six (6) turns (counter-clockwise).
This will reset the device. Always push-in on the handle when loosening, this will insure that the internal counter is engaged.
2. TIGHTENING
Always pull out on the "T" handle when tightening the device (clockwise). After a number of turns the "T" handle will come
to a hard stop.
At this point the blade will be properly tensioned. Do not force the unit beyond this point.
Note: If the mechanism does not seem to come to a hard stop but continues to tighten, stop and repeat steps one and two.
Check to make sure the blade is properly positioned on the band wheels and is not binding in the guides during the
tightening process.
Calibration
The final tension is determined by the Adjusting Nut, pn 150070 (see "A" in drawing). The "rough" position can be
checked by measuring the clearance between the nut and the Tensioning Housing, pn 150067, (see "C").
A clearance of 1/4" will be within a safe range of the correct tension. When a tension guage becomes available the device
should be calibrated as follows: Loosen the set screw (B) one turn.
-If the band tension needs to be increased the adjusting nut should be turned out, one flat at a time, then the set
screw tightened and the device rechecked.
-If the tension needs to be decreased the adjusting nut should be turned in, one flat at a time and rechecked.
The device must be in the "loosened" or "open" position to make this adjustment.
1/4 in.
RITE-TENSION®
ADJUSTMENT
"C"
1/8 in.
ADJUSTING NUT (A)
LOCKING SET SCREW (B) M1316RiteTensionDev
XX
22
Rite Tensioning Device®
Caution:
The Rite Tension ® blade tensioner device has
been factory calibrated for your saw.
When re-tightening or replacing a blade, the 'T'
handle must be turned counter-clockwise at least
six turns to reset the Rite Tension ® mechanism.
1
150075
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
101184
100053-005
100030-007
100410-001
150068
100116-007
150074
100052-026
150069
100136-006
100136-001
100000-010
150067
100034-008
150070
155068
098030-004
100008-072
100004-013
100025-002
B-046
101164
B-010
100004-019
102360
150190
Blade Tensioning Ass'y
(includes items 2 thru 17 & 27)
Take Up Screw Handle
Roll Pin, 3/16 x 1
Flat Washer, 1/2
Thrust Bearing
Bearing Housing
Belleville Washer (2 req'd)
Take Up Screw (includes items 2 & 9)
Dowel Pin, 3/16 x 11/16
Turn Counter
Spring, Large Diameter
Spring, Small Diameter
Machine Screw, 8-32 x 5/16 (2 req'd)
Blade Tension Housing
Set Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/4
Tension Adjuster
Swivel Nut
Collar, w/set screw
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 3/8 (2 req'd)
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 5/8 (4 req'd)
Lock Washer, 5/16 (4 req'd)
Slide Block Guide, (2 req'd)
Slide Block
Wheel Adjusting Block
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1-1/8 (4 req'd)
Spacer (4 req'd)
Tensioner Support
23
Blade Guides
for 1" Blades
6
5
7
32
11
35 31
12
33
10
8
9
30
[b]
26
9
8
25
21
[c]
28
29
[a]
15
14
24
23
20
19
27
22
13
18
17
16
18
24
Blade Guides for 1" Blades
Model 1118 serial number 2000 and Later
Model 1338 serial number 1647 and Later
1
152158-001
2
152159-001
3
152160-001
4
152161-001
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
105335-001
152117
152118
100004-018
100029-002
152155
152121-003
152121-002
152151
100053-036
152153
100023-006
152156
100136-009
152157
106317
100008-004
B-109
100416-001
100097-001
100027-005
101300
B-043
152120
152119
100324-009
100218-018
100350-018
100350-040
100350-068
100350-070
100013-005
34
Blade Guide Ass'y, D.E.
(includes items 5 - 31& 35 - 37, minus 7,12,& 28)
Blade Guide Ass'y, I. E.
(includes items 5 thru 31& 35 - 37 minus 6,11& 29)
Guide Support Ass'y, D.E.
(includes items 13 - 27 plus 29)
Guide Support Ass'y, I.E.
(includes items 13 - 28)
Hand Wheel & Screw
Roller Guide Bracket, D.E.
Roller Guide Bracket, I.E.
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 1
Flat Washer, 1/4
Vertical Adjusting Block
Horizontal Adjusting Block, D.E.
Horizontal Adjusting Block, I.E.
Adjusting Bolt
Roll Pin, 1/4 x 2 (later S/N's)
Carbide Back up Guide Block
Nylon Lock Nut, 1/4-20
Adjusting Knob
Spring
Stud
Fixed Carbide Guide
Cap Screw, HH 5/16-18 x 5/8
Eccentric Roller Axle
Bearing
Roller Guide Washer
Lock Washer, Shakeproof
Hex Nut, 5/16-18
Roller Axle
Guide Support, I.E.
Guide Support, D.E.
Hose Barb, 1/4" hose, 90 deg
Tubing Clamp, 3/8
Coolant Hose, 1/4" X 18" D.E.
Coolant Hose, 1/4" X 40" I.E. for 1118, 1318
Coolant Hose 1/4" x 68" for 1338
Coolant Hose 1/4" x 70" for 1348
Machine Screw, BH 10-32 x 3/8
25
Coolant System
1
2
3
4
5
150066
100249-010
102617
100219-001
100220-041
100220-043
6 100324-003
7 152167
8 100226-004
9 100324-009
10 100219-002
11 100350-018
12 100324-010
100350-068
Coolant Tank
Coolant Pump
Coolant Nozzle
Hose Clamp
Coolant Hose from Pan 124” for 1118-SA, 1318-SA
Coolant Hose from Pan 142” for 1338-SA
Hose Barb Fitting
Coolant Manifold
Needle Valve
Hose Barb Fitting 90 degree
Hose Clamp
Coolant Hose, D.E. 1/4” x 18”
Coolant Hose, I.E. 1/4” x 40” for 1118-SA,1318-SA
Coolant Hose, I.E. 1/4” x 68” for 1338-SA
26
Blade Brush Assembly
Note: adjust thumb screw (12) so that the brush makes
light contact with the blade. This avoids dulling the
blade and prevents premature brush wear.
14
23
24
15
16
11
17
10
12
13
2
18
5
4
9
3
19
21
6
150272
100019-005
100030-007
100133-004
150257
100404-001
150126
100167-003
100165-015
150127
100004-015
100042-003
100024-002
100165-007
150360
150364
100069-013
100097-001
150361
100166-450
100416-001
B-043
100004-018
100025-002
8
7
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
20
Blade Brush Ass'y (Includes items 2 - 8)
Hex Jam Nut, 1/2 x 18
Flat Washer, SAE 1/2, 2 req'd.
Brush
Brush Housing
Ball Bearing, 2 req'd.
Brush Arbor
Small Pulley w/Set Screw
Shoulder Bolt, 3/8 x 1-3/4
Blade Brush Arm
Cap Screw, Hex Hd, 5/16-18 x 3/4
Thumb Screw, 1/4-20 x 2
Wing Nut, 1/4-20
Shoulder Bolt, 3/8 x 3/8
Spring
Belt Tension Arm
Snap Ring, External, 5108-62
Washer
Pulley, Belt Idler
'V' Belt
Ball Bearing
Axle
Capscrew, HH, 5/16-18 x 1
Flat Washer
27
22
Motor & Gear Box
1
2
3
4
14
15
5
16
17
7
8
10
14
6
11
12
9
13
18
4
20
22
28
27
23
41
38 31
34
43
27
28
30
34
40
30
24
42
33
26
33
33
36
33
44 32
39
34
45
M1118 Motor & Gear Box-2
28
Motor & Gear Box
1 100835-037
100836-031
2 100056-037
3 150250
4 105451-008
105451-021
105451-005
5 105454-005
6 150252
7 105688
8 150251
9 150255
10 100013-008
11 100008-087
12 150256
13 150217
14 100017-001
15 100026-004
16 150249
17 100155-001
18 105451-015
20 100063
22 100008-086
23 100053-005
24 101645-FP
26 100008-061
27 100072-001
28 100068-001
30 100404-002
31 150234
32 100056-001
33 100414-003
34 100068-002
36 101286S
38 105451-017
39 100069-003
40 150416
41 150424
42 150426
43 150425
44 100097-003
45 150423
Motor, 3 HP TEFC, 3/4" shaft 3 phase - for s/n before 8029, need new pulley -021 too.
Motor, 2 HP, 115-220/60/1
Key
Belt Guard, Bottom Plate
VS Motor Pulley, 7/8" bore, 3 Ph old style (before s/n 8029)
VS Motor Pulley, 3/4" bore used after s/n 8030 or if replacement motor is needed.
VS Motor Pulley, 5/8" bore, 1 Ph (all include hand wheel 407-712)
Variable Speed Belt
Sleeve
Blade Speed Label
Belt Guard
Flange Clamp
Cap Screw, BH 1/4-20 x 3/8
Cap Screw, SH 1/4-28 x 3/4
Blade Speed Indicator
Spacer
Hex Nut, 1/4-20
Shake Proof Washer, 1/4
Belt Guard Support
Machine Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2
VS Driven Pulley w/step key, 3/4" bore
Thumb Screw (4 req'd)
Cap Screw, SH 1/4-20 x 2
Roll Pin, 3/16 x 1
Drive Pinion
Cap Screw, SH 1/4-20 x 1-1/2
Expansion Plug
Snap Ring
Ball Bearing
Pulley Shaft & Pinion
Key
Bearing
Snap Ring
Driven Gear - Steel
Step Key
External Snap Ring
Spacer
Case
Drive Shaft
Gear Case Cover
Washer (shim as needed)
Gear Box Ass'y
29
Electrical Controls
33 33 30
32 33
31
29
32
35
34
36
14
4
1
36
36
2
2
38
21
21
37
36
3
3
39 36
37
4
1
5
27
26
14
3
7
25
5
6
10
8
14
11
12
13
16
19
18
17
15
23
22
9
24
3 21
20
M1118SAElecControls
30
Electrical Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
100612-004
100796-019
100240-001
100612-002
100896
100869-005
100869-007
100869-006
100000-017
100628-017
100901-001
* 100867-007
Connector, TB-2534
Hub Connector, TB-370
Conduit Lock Nut
Connector, TB-2523
Electrical Enclosure w/Cover
Transformer, 230/460 Volts
Transformer, 208 Volts
Transformer, 575 Volts
Machine Screw, RH 10-32 x 1/4
Fuse, FNA 2-1/2 Amp
Programmable Control
Magnetic Starter
115-230/60/1, 208-230-460/60/3
* SEE NOTE
100867-016 Auxilary Contact
100867-014 Overload (230/60/1)
100867-014 Overload (230/60/3)
100867-012 Overload (460/60/3)
100867-022 Overload (115/60/1)
100867-014 Overload (208/60/3)
100717-016T4 Mounting Rail
Terminal Block Assembly
(see page XX)
100000-041 Machine Screw, RH 10-32 x 1/2
155118
Frame Rest Ass'y, w/ cord
(Includes items 17 thru 24)
155118-001 Frame Rest w/ Trip Bar,
(Includes items 17 thru 19)
105977
Frame Rest
150344
Switch Bar Weldment
100165-005 Shoulder Bolt, 5/16 x 3/4
100782-012 Limit Switch, 115v w/ screws
100606-001 Sealing Ring
100612-006 Elbow, 90 deg, TB-2268
100015-005 Hex Nut, 6-32 (2 req'd)
100026-001 Washer, Shake Proof, #6 (2 req'd)
098048-050 Gasket, SC 41, 1/8 x 3/4 x 50"
100897
Back Panel
(see page X for details)
100899
Switch Box
155214
Control Station Ass'y
(includes items 29 thru 39)
100900
Switch Box Cover
100871-001 Push Button Start, Green
100871-003 Selector Switch, 2 Position Coolant
100871-018 Push Button Stop, Red
100871-019 Push Button, Black
100871-020 Selector Switch, 3 Pos Vise open/close
31
35
100871-021
36
37
38
39
100871-004
100871-005
100871-022
100871-023
Push Button, Mushroom Head,
Emergency Stop
Switch Block w/Base, N/O
Switch Block w/Base, N/C
Switch Block w/Base, N/C-N/C
Switch Block w/Base, N/O-N/O
* NOTE: Various starters were used on this saw.
to make certain you receive the correct replacement
parts, contact the Wellsaw parts department with the
information on your saw's starter.
Electrical Schematic
FU2
L1
1L2
1T2
L3
1L3
220V
1T3
H1
4
FU1
2-1/2
3
PB4
STOP
FRAME
5 L/S DOWN 6
220V
H2 H3
10
START PB1
7
24V
24V
24V
24V
SL7
24V
S/S
X4 FRAME LOWER
PB2
1M
X3 FRAME RAISE
X2 END OF CUT
LS2
3PB 9
IM
CP
COOLANT PUMP
OUTPUTS
Y0
FU2
Y1
FU3
VISE CLOSE SOL. AIR
Y2
FU4
FRAME RAISE SOL. AIR
X1 FRAME UP/LS
X0 AUTO
VISE OPEN SOL. AIR
FU5
FRAME LOWER SOL AIR
Y3
X5 FRAME STOP
PB5
8
MITSUBISHI
FX0S-14MR-ES
X6 VISE OPEN
PB8
24V
24V
COM
110V
BLADE MOTOR
1M
COOLANT
ON
OFF
INPUTS
X7 VISE CLOSE
SL7
440V
H 1 H2
H3 H4
2
1M
2
1MTR
H4
1
LS1
24V
1T1
L2
E-STOP
4
1M
1L1
Y4
FU6
SOL. VALVE HYD.
Y5
COM
COM
COM
0 VOLT
4
4
10
4
FU2-6 = 1 AMP
FUSE
24 VOLT
24 VOLT
4
M1118SAElecSchm-1
32
Panel Components
BACK PANEL
100897
A1
100867-7 STARTER
CONTACT 100867-16
H1 H3 H2 H4
-155115
-100869-5
TRANS-100869-7
(115V)
(208V)
(230V)
A2
X2
XF X1
S/S
X1
X3
X5
X7
SEE OVERLOADS
24V
COM0
COM1
COM2
Y3
Y6
100901-001
0V
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y4
L
N
X0
X2
X4
X6
100717-013D
END BARRIER
(3 PLACES)
4
6
7
9
X01
X03
X04
X05
X06
X07
24V
Y0
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
COM1
COM2
CHANNEL 100717-016
OVERLOADS
100867-014 (230/60/1)
-014 (230/60/3)
-012 (460/60/3)
-022 (115/60/1)
-014 (208/60/3)
100717-012D-13 REQD.
100717-019T
MARKING PIECE
31 REQD
100717-026-5REQD
100717-017
END CLAMP/SPACER
2 REQD
M1118SAElecSchm-2
33
NO
H2 H4
WHITE
2X
WHITE
BLACK
RED
4
6
7
9
WHITE
YELLOW
INPUT
1X 1X
A
H1 H3
M1118SAPanelLayout
Electrical Routing
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLACK
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
YELLOW
YELLOW
34
GRAY
YELLOW
ORANGE
PINK
X01
BLK
X03
X04
X05
X06
X07
24V
24V
Y0
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
COM2
COM1
RED/YELLOW
RED/GRN
RED/BLK
BROWN
PURPLE
BLUE
BLACK
ORANGE
GRY
RED
TAN
WHITE
Air/Hydraulic Schematic
1
3
4
5
2
6
7
8
1 - FRL
1
2 - CHECK VALVE
3 - FRAME LIFT CYLINDER
4 - SCREEN
5 - FEED SOL. (HYD KIP VALVE)
6 - FLOW CONTROL
7 - AIR/OIL RES.
8 - SMC VALVE WFS 2400
35
M1118SAAirOil
Stock Dimensions
Tooth Pitch
Material (Annealed)
Carbon Steels
1008-1013
1015-1018
1048-1065
1065-1095
Free Machining Steels
1108-1111
1112-1113
1115-1132
1137-1151
1212-1213
Manganese Steels
1320-1330
1335-1345
Nickel Chrome Steels
3115-3130
3135-3150
3310-3315
Molybdenum Steels
4017-4024
4032-4042
4047-4068
Chrome Moly Steels
4130-4140
4142-4150
Nickel Chrome Moly Steels
4317-4320
4337-4340
8615-8627
8630-8645
8647-8660
8715-8750
9310-9317
9437-9445
9747-9763
9840-9850
Nickel Moly Steels
4608-4621
4640
4812-4820
Chrome Steels
5045-5046
5120-5135
5140-5160
50100-52100
Chrome Vanadium Steels
6117-6210
6145-6152
Die Steels
A-2
D-2, D-3
D-7
O-1, O-2
O-6
0 - 1"
10/14, 8/12
1" - 3"
8/12, 6/10, 5/8
3" - 6"
5/8, 4/6, 3/4, 3 Sabre
6"+
3/4, 2/3, 2 Sabre,
1 Tooth, 3/4" T.S.
Blade
Cutting
Speed
Rate
(SFPM)
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
250
250
200
200
8 - 10
8 - 10
5-7
4-6
275
275
200
200
9 - 12
9 - 12
5-7
5-7
280
250
175
150
12 - 15
12 - 15
8 - 10
6-8
250
230
150
120
9 - 12
9 - 12
6-8
6-8
300
300
300
275
300
9 - 11
8 - 11
7 - 11
6-8
8 - 10
330
330
330
250
320
12 - 14
11 - 13
10 - 13
8 - 10
11 - 13
275
275
275
250
300
13 - 15
12 - 15
13 - 16
8 - 11
13 - 15
220
220
220
200
255
11 - 14
12 - 15
11 - 14
7 - 10
11 - 14
250
250
5-7
5-7
250
225
5-8
5-7
200
200
8 - 11
7-9
175
175
7 - 10
5-8
260
220
200
4-6
4-6
3-4
260
200
180
5-7
4-7
4-5
230
180
180
5-7
6-8
5-7
225
150
160
5-7
5-8
4-6
300
300
250
3-5
3-5
3-5
270
270
220
4-7
4-7
4-6
250
250
200
6-8
6-8
5-7
220
230
180
5-8
5-8
3-5
280
230
4-6
3-5
250
200
5-8
4-6
250
200
8 - 10
5-7
220
170
6-8
4-6
250
230
250
250
220
250
200
250
250
240
3-5
3-4
4-5
3-5
2-4
3-5
1-3
4-5
2-4
4-5
225
200
230
230
200
220
160
230
230
220
4-6
4-5
6-7
4-6
3-5
4-6
2-3
4-5
3-5
4-6
200
200
230
230
200
220
160
230
200
200
5-7
4-6
6-8
5-7
4-6
5-7
2-4
5-6
4-6
5-7
170
170
200
180
150
180
150
180
180
180
4-6
4-5
6-7
4-6
3-5
4-6
2-3
4-5
3-5
4-6
250
220
200
3-5
3-5
3-5
220
200
180
5-6
4-6
3-5
220
200
180
6-7
5-7
4-6
200
170
160
5-6
4-6
4-5
280
280
250
180
4-6
4-6
3-5
2-4
250
250
230
160
5-7
6-7
4-6
3-5
250
240
230
150
8 - 10
7-8
5-7
4-6
200
180
200
100
7-8
5-8
4-6
3-5
225
225
4-5
3-4
225
200
5-7
4-5
200
200
6-8
5-6
170
150
5-7
4-5
210
110
90
240
230
2-3
1-2
1
3-4
3-4
200
100
80
210
200
3-4
1-2
1
4-5
4-6
190
90
70
190
180
3-4
1-2
1
5-6
5-7
180
80
70
170
150
2-3
1-2
1
4-5
4-6
36
Stock Dimensions
Tooth Pitch
Material (Annealed)
Silicon Steels
9255-9260
9261-9262
High Speed Tool Steels
T-1, T-2
T-4, T-5
T-6, T-8
T-15
M-1
M-2, M3
M-4, M-10
Hot Work Steels
H-12, H-13, H-21
H-22, H-24, H-25
Shock Resisting Tool Steels
S-1
S-2, S-5
Special Purpose Tool Steels
L-6
L-7
Stainless Steels
201, 202, 302, 304
303, 303F
308, 309, 310, 330
314, 316, 317
321, 347
410, 420, 420F
416, 430F
430, 446
440 A,B,C
440F, 443
17-4PH, 17-7PH
A-7
Beryllium Copper #25
BHN 100-120
BHN 220-250
BHN 310-340
Nickel Base Alloys
Monel
R Monel
K Monel
KR Monel
Inconel
Inconel X
Hastelloy A
Hastelloy B
Hastelloy C
Rene 41
Udimit
Waspalloy
Titanium
Titanium Alloys
TI-4AL-4MO
TI-140A2CR-2MO
0 - 1"
10/14, 8/12
1" - 3"
8/12, 6/10, 5/8
3" - 6"
5/8, 4/6, 3/4, 3 Sabre
6"+
3/4, 2/3, 2 Sabre,
1 Tooth, 3/4" T.S.
Blade
Cutting
Speed
Rate
(SFPM)
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
Blade
Speed
(SFPM)
Cutting
Rate
(SIPM)
200
200
2-4
1-3
180
160
3-5
2-3
180
160
3-5
2-4
150
150
3-5
2-3
130
110
110
80
150
120
100
1-2
1-2
1-2
1
1-3
1-2
1-2
110
100
100
80
140
110
90
2-3
1-2
1-2
1
2-4
2-3
1-2
100
90
80
70
130
100
80
2-4
2-3
1-2
1
3-5
3-4
1-3
90
80
70
50
110
80
60
2-3
1-2
1-2
1
2-4
2-3
1-2
150
150
2-4
1-3
125
125
3-5
1-3
125
125
2-4
1-3
125
125
2-4
1-3
220
170
2-4
1-3
180
150
3-5
3-5
165
120
3-5
2-4
150
100
2-4
1-3
200
200
2-4
2-4
180
180
3-5
3-5
170
150
3-5
3-5
150
100
2-4
2-4
120
140
90
90
130
150
200
100
120
150
100
100
2-4
2-4
1
1
1-3
1-3
3-5
1-3
1-3
1-3
2-3
1-2
100
120
70
80
110
130
180
90
10
130
90
100
2-4
2-4
1
1
1-3
1-3
4-6
2-4
1-3
1-3
2-4
1-2
100
100
60
70
100
120
170
80
90
120
80
100
2-4
3-5
2
2
2-4
2-4
5-7
2-4
2-4
2-4
3-4
2-3
100
100
60
60
80
100
150
80
70
100
80
100
1-3
2-4
1
1
1-3
1-3
4-6
1-3
1-3
1-3
2-3
2-3
350
250
200
4-6
2-4
1-2
300
225
160
5-7
3-5
1-2
275
200
140
6-8
3-4
2-3
225
175
100
5-7
3-5
1-2
100
140
100
100
110
90
120
110
100
90
100
90
100
1-2
2-3
1
1-3
1-2
1
1-2
0-1
0-1
1
1
1
1-2
100
140
80
90
100
80
100
100
90
90
90
90
100
1-2
2-4
1
1-3
1-3
1
1-2
1-2
0-1
1
1-2
1-2
2-3
80
125
60
80
80
70
85
90
70
90
90
90
100
1-2
2-4
1
1-3
1-3
1
2-3
1-2
0-1
1 -2
1-2
1-2
2-3
60
75
60
60
80
60
75
75
60
90
90
90
100
1
2-3
1
1-2
1-2
1
1-2
0-1
0-1
1-2
1-2
1-2
2-3
100
100
0-1
0-1
90
90
0-1
0-1
80
80
0-1
0-1
70
60
0-1
0-1
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