TS250RS Sliding Beam Table Saw

TS250RS Sliding Beam Table Saw
Original Instruction Manual
TS250RS
Sliding Beam Table Saw
IMPORTANT
For your safety read instructions carefully before
assembling or using this product. Save this
manual for future reference.
Version 2.0
May 2010
Woodworking Machines & Accessories
Record Power Ltd
Unit B, Adelphi Way
Staveley S43 3LS
Telephone: 01246 561 520
Fax: 01246 561 537
Email: sales@recordpower.co.uk
www.recordpower.co.uk
HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES
Always follow the instructions provided with the manual. Always wear safety glasses when using woodworking
equipment. Always disconnect the power before adjusting any equipment. Failure to observe proper safety
procedures and guidelines can result in serious injury.
WARNING: Do not allow familiarity (gained from frequent use of your machine and accessories) to become
commonplace. Always remember that a careless fraction of a second is sufficient to inflict severe injury.
Always wear safety glasses when
using woodworking equipment.
Always read the instructions
provided before using
woodworking equipment.
Contents
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3.
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5.
6.
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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Health & Safety Guidance
Additional Safety Instructions for Table Saws
Record Power Guarantee
Getting to Know your Table Saw
TS250RS Features
Machine Specifications
Noise Levels
Dust Collection
Safety & Protection Devices
Assembly
Adjustment
Connection of the Electricity Supply & Wiring Diagram
Operation
Maintenance
Trouble Shooting
Parts Diagrams
Parts List
EU Declaration of Conformity
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1. Health & Safety Guidance
READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY
BEFORE ASSEMBLY, INSTALLATION AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
WARNING: When using electric tools, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and
personal injury.
Safe Operation
1. Eye Protection
The operation of any power tool can result in
foreign objects being thrown into your eyes, which can result in severe eye
damage. Always wear safety glasses or other suitable eye protection. Wear
safety glasses at all times. Everyday glasses only have impact resistant
lenses. They are not safety glasses which give additional lateral protection.
It is also important to wear ear protectors when operating the table saw.
2. Keep work area clear.
Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents and injuries.
15. Maintain tools with care.
• Follow instructions for lubrication and changing accessories.
• Inspect electric cords periodically and, if damaged, have them repaired by
an authorized service facility or qualified electrician.
• Inspect extension cords (if used) periodically and replace if damaged.
Always use properly rated extension cord.
16. Disconnect Machine.
When not in use, before servicing, changing blades etc. disconnect the
machine from the power supply.
17. Never leave machine running unattended.
Turn power off, do not leave machine until it comes to a complete stop.
18. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches.
ENSURE that all adjusting wrenches and keys are removed before switching
the machine ‘ON’.
19. Avoid unintentional starting.
Ensure the switch is in the “STOP” position before turning on the power
from the main electricity supply. Your Record Table saw already incorporates
low voltage protection. This means the machine will not automatically start
up after say a power cut, unless you first reset the start switch.
3. Consider work area environment.
Do not expose the machine to rain or damp conditions.
• Keep the work area well lit.
• Do not use the machine in the presence of flammable
liquids or gases.
20. Out-door Extension Leads.
Your machine should not be used outdoors.
4. Guard against electric shock.
Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces.
22. Check for damaged parts.
• Before use of the machine, it should be carefully checked to determine
that it will operate properly and perform its intended function.
• Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage
of parts, mounting and any other conditions that may affect its operation.
• A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or
replaced by a qualified person unless otherwise indicated in this instruction
manual. Have defective switches replaced by a qualified person.
• Do not use the machine if the switch does not turn on and off.
5. Keep other persons away (and pets).
Do not let persons, especially children, not involved in the work, touch the
machine, or extension cord (if used) and keep visitors away from the work
area.
6. Store idle tools.
When not in use, tools should be stored in a dry, locked- up place, out of
reach of children.
7. Do not force the machine.
It will do the job better and work more safely if operated at the speed at
which it was intended.
8. Use the right tool.
• Do not force small tools to do the job of a heavy-duty tool.
• Do not use tools for purposes other than those for which they were
intended.
9. Dress properly.
• Non-slip footwear is recommended.
• Do not wear loose clothing, neckties or jewellery; they can be caught in
moving parts.
• Roll up long sleeves above the elbow.
• Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
10. Use protective equipment
• Use safety glasses. (See note 1. above)
• Use face or dust shield if cutting operation creates dust.
• Use ear plugs or ear defenders when the machine is in use
11. Connect dust extraction equipment.
12. Do not abuse the cord.
Never yank the cord to disconnect it from the socket. Keep the cord away
from heat, oil and sharp edges.
13. Do not overreach.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Secure work.
Ensure that your work piece is properly held before
starting to cut.
21. Stay alert.
Watch what you are doing, use common sense and do not use the machine
when you are tired.
23. Warning!
• The use of any accessory or attachment, other than those recommended
in this instruction manual, or recommended by our Company may present a
risk of personal injury.
24. Have your machine repaired by a qualified person.
• This electric machine complies with the relevant safety rules. Only
qualified persons using original spare parts should carry out repairs. Failure
to do this may result in considerable danger to the user.
25. This machine is designed for cutting wood.
• Do not use for cutting any material other than wood.
Maintenance and Servicing
This machine requires very little maintenance. This handbook gives clear
instructions on installation, set up and operation.
Read these instructions carefully. Remember always to switch off and
unplug from the main electricity supply before carrying out any setting up
or maintenance operations.
Should you need advice on the repair or maintenance of this product, our
Customer Service Department can be contacted on 01246 561 520 and will
be happy to assist you.
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2. Additional Safety Instructions for Table Saws
SAFETY IS A COMBINATION OF OPERATOR
COMMON SENSE AND ALERTNESS AT ALL TIMES
WHEN THE TABLE SAW IS BEING USED.
WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE
YOUR TABLE SAW UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED AND INSTALLED
ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
SAFE OPERATION
1. The table saw should be bolted to the floor where possible.
2. If you are not thoroughly familiar with the operation of table saws,
obtain advice from your supervisor, instructor, or other qualified person or
contact your retailer for information on training courses. Do not use this
machine until adequate training has been undertaken.
3. Never turn the machine ‘ON’ before clearing the table of all objects
(tools, scrap pieces etc.)
4. Ensure that:
(i) the voltage of the machine corresponds to the mains voltage.
(ii) To use an earthed power source (wall socket).
(iii) The cord and plug are in good condition, i.e. not frayed or damaged.
(iv) No saw teeth are missing and the blade is not cracked or split.
Otherwise replace blade.
(v) The blade is aligned.
5. Never start the machine with the saw blade pressed against the
workpiece.
6. Never apply sideways pressure on the blade.
7. Care must be taken when cutting wood with knots, nails or cracks in it
and / or dirt on it.
8. Never leave the machine running unattended.
9. Do not use saw blades which are damaged or deformed.
10. Ensure the selection of the saw blade is suitable for the material to be
cut.
11. If the electrics are damaged, parts must only be replaced by a qualified
electrician.
12. Never use a long extension cable.
13. Always use a push stick and keep hands clear of the blade.
14. Never remove the crown guard or riving knife. These are there to
protect the user.
15. WARNING LABELS – It is important that labels bearing Health & Safety
Warnings are not removed or painted over. New labels are available from
Customer Services.
16. MECHANICAL SAFETY – The security of all clamps and work holding
devices should be checked before switching on.
17. WOOD DUST – The fine particles of dust produced in cutting operations
are a potential health risk. Some imported hardwoods do give off highly
irritant dust which causes a burning sensation. We strongly recommend
the use of a dust collector and dust mask/visor. Our Customer Services
Department will also be happy to advise you on the correct unit for your
needs.
18. This machine falls under the scope of the ‘Health & Safety at Work etc.
Act 1974’, and the ‘Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998’.
We recommend that you study and follow these regulations. For further
help on any of the above matters please contact our Customer Services
Department at :Tel: 01246 561 520 Fax: 01246 561 537
WARNING: Do not allow familiarity (gained from frequent use of your
machine) to cause complacency. Always remember that a careless fraction
of a second is sufficient to inflict severe injury.
3. Record Power Guarantee
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 We supply machinery through a network of dealers and authorised
distributors and you should be aware that your contract of sale is with the
retailer from whom you purchased this product. 1.2 If you are not satisfied with this product you should in the first instance
approach the retailer from whom you purchased it.
1.3 Customers have statutory rights to protect them and information on
this can be found at the Citizens Advice Bureau or on such web-sites as that
operated by the DTI (http://www.dti.gov.uk)
1.4 Returning your guarantee card will speed up the claims procedure
and can be very helpful as a proof of purchase should the initial receipt be
mislaid or damaged. We recommend that this is returned as close to your
original purchase date as possible.
1.5 Correct installation, set-up, adjustment and routine maintenance of
the machine are the responsibility of the end-user and problems arising
from incorrect set-up, adjustment or maintenance are not covered by the
terms of this guarantee. However support is available in the first instance
from the retailer who supplied you and free technical support is available
from Record Power on 01246 561 520 during office hours and from an
extensive knowledge base on our website www.recordpower.co.uk. We
also recommend that those users who have not had suitable training in
the safe use of machinery should seek such training locally before using or
attempting to set up and adjust any machinery (please contact your retailer
for recommendations in your local area).
2. GUARANTEE
2.1 In addition to the above Record Power guarantees that for a period of
5 years from the date of purchase the components of this product will be
free from defects caused by faulty construction or manufacture.
2.2 During this period Record Power will repair or replace free of charge
any parts which are proved to be faulty in accordance with paragraph 2.1
above provided that:
2.2.1 You follow the claims procedure set out below;
2.2.2 We are given a reasonable opportunity after receiving notice of the
claim to examine the product. 2.2.3 If asked to do so by us, you return the product to Record Power's
premises or other approved premises such as those of the supplying dealer,
for the examination to take place.
2.2.4 The fault in question is not caused by continuous industrial use,
accidental damage, fair wear and tear, wilful damage, negligence on your
part, incorrect electrical connection, unapproved modification, abnormal
working conditions, failure to follow our instructions, misuse, or alteration
or repair of the product without our approval.
2.2.5 This product has been purchased by you and not used for hire
purposes;
2.2.6 This Guarantee extends to the cost of carriage incurred by you
returning the product to Record Power as long as it is demonstrated that
the defect falls within the terms of this Guarantee and you follow the claims
procedure as outlined below; 3.3 PLEASE NOTE that it is essential that the letter of claim reaches the
address below on the last day of this Guarantee at the latest. Late claims
will not be considered.
3.4 We will contact you once we have received your initial written claim. If it is necessary to return the item, in most cases but subject always
to clause 2.2.5, we will arrange for collection or will provide freepost
information to enable return depending on the weight and size of the
product concerned. If the product is to be returned to us, we will agree with
you in advance a Returns Number, to speed tracking of the claim and ensure
the most appropriate method of return to you is used.
4. NOTICE
This Guarantee applies to all goods purchased from an authorised retailer
of Record Power within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland. This Guarantee does not confer any rights other than those
expressly set out above and does not cover any claims for consequential
loss or damage. This Guarantee is offered as an extra benefit and does not
affect your statutory rights as a consumer. Additional written copies of this
Guarantee can be obtained by writing to the address below. Please include
a stamped and self addressed envelope for each copy of the Guarantee
requested.
Record Power Ltd.
Unit B, Adelphi Way
Ireland Industrial Estate
Staveley, Chesterfield
S43 3LS
3. CLAIMS PROCEDURE
3.1 In the first instance please contact the retailer who supplied the
product to you. In our experience many initial problems with machines that
are thought to be due to faulty parts are actually solved by correct setting
up or adjustment of the machines. A good dealer should be able to resolve
the majority of these issues much more quickly than processing a claim
under the guarantee.
3.2 If the dealer who supplied the product to you has been unable
to satisfy your query, any claim made under this Guarantee should be
made directly to Record Power at the address set out at the foot of this
Guarantee. The claim itself should be made in a letter setting out the date
and place of purchase, and giving a brief explanation of the problem which
has led to the claim. This letter should then be sent with proof of the
purchase date (preferably a receipt) to Record Power. If you include a phone
number or email address this will help to speed up your claim.
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4. Getting to Know your Table Saw
4.1 TS250RS Features
Fig 4.1
16
6
1
3
5
2
15
4
12
9
7
8
10
13
11
1 Right hand table extension
2 Main table
3 Blade guard assembly
4 Blade
5 Rear extension table
6 Sliding table
7 Telescopic fence
8 Squaring frame
9 Upper cabinet assembly
10 Switch
11 Lower cabinet assembly
12 Plate pusher
13 Lifting handwheel
14 Tilting handwheel
15 Rip fence assembly
16 Trunnion
4.2 Machine Specification
Main Blade Diameter:
Main Blade Speed:
Blade Tilt:
Max Depth of Cut at 45º:
Max Depth of Cut at 90º:
Max Rip Capacity
(Standard Configuration):
Max Rip Capacity
(Extension Configuration):
Sliding Table Size:
Sliding Table Stroke:
Dust Extraction Outlet:
Weight (Standard Configuration):
Weight (Extension Configuration):
Table Size (Standard Configuration):
Table Size (Extension Configuration):
254mm
4060rpm
0-45º
54mm
80mm
610mm
930mm
1320mm x 238mm
1250mm
100 x 30mm
162kg
170kg
800 x 620mm
800 x 950mm
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4.3 Noise Levels
Fig 4.2
A
The measurements of noise, in the working position and during operation,
were carried out under the standard ISO 7960 annex “J”:
Instantaneous acoustic pressure:
Sound power level(no load) <90dB(A)
Sound power level(load) <100dB(A)
Sound Pressure level(no load) <80dB(A)
Sound Pressure level(load) <90dB(A)
The figures quoted are emission levels and are not necessarily safe working
levels. Whilst there is a correlation between the emission and exposure
levels, this cannot be used reliably to determine whether or not further
precautions are required. Factors that influence the actual level of exposure
of the workforce include the characteristics of the work room and the
other sources of noise etc. i.e. the number of machines and other adjacent
processes. Also the permissible exposure level can vary from country to
country. This information, however, will enable the user of the machine to
make a better evaluation of the hazard and risk.
4.4 Dust Collection
B
Fig 4.3
A
Proper dust extraction eliminates the risks of dust inhalation and aids
better functioning of the machine.
The table lists the minimum air flow and speed values referenced to each
single extraction operation.
Saw
Saw
Upper hood
Upper
hood
Lower hood
Lower
hood
B
Airflow
flow140
140 cu.m/h
690 cu.m/h
cu.m/h
Air
cu.m/h
690
Maximumair
airspeed
speed 20m/s
Minimum
20 m/s
Ensure that the extraction system to be used guarantees these values at
the connection point. Fig 4.2
Suction mouth diameter (Fig 4.2):
A - Crown (blade) guard ø 30 mm
B - Lower Extraction Port ø 100 mm
Connection to the extraction system should be made with flexible hoses of
adequate diameter and secured with hose clips.
The extraction hose must be positioned in such a way so as not to obstruct
the operator during machining.
NOTE: Always work with the extraction system connected and switched
on. Always start the extraction system at the same time as the circular saw.
It is advisable to leave the extraction system running for a few seconds
longer than the circular saw in order to fully clear any residual waste
remaining in the extraction hose.
4.5 Safety and Protection Devices
This machine strictly complies with prEN1870-1(2006) standard for design
and manufacture. In order to fully comply with the CE safety requirements
for this machine, the blade guard and any other guards or covers should
always be securely in place before starting and whilst using the machine.
The machine is equipped with the following safety
devices Fig 4.3 :
A - Crown (blade) guard
B - Stop button.
When the button is pressed, the power is immediately cut.
In case of emergency the red button / yellow flap on the front
of the switch unit should be pressed. To re-start the machine, lift
the yellow switch flap and press the green start button.
NOTE: This machine is fitted with a No Volt Release (NVR) switch to
prevent the machine from automatically re-starting. If the NVR function
is activated, the machine should be re-started by pressing the green start
button as described above.
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5. Assembly
CAUTION
Assembly needs to be carried out by an experienced and trained person.
Contents of Package
The machine is supplied partly assembled. Prior to use, further assembly is required.
When unpacking the machine the following components are included for the initial assembly.
If any parts are missing, do not attempt to assemble the machine; plug in the power cord, or turn the switch on until the missing parts are obtained and
properly installed.
Carton 1
4 Stand rear panel
5 Stand arc panel
6 Stand front panel
7 Stand right panel
10 Rip fence mounted bracket
11 Rip fence
13 Hose support rod
14 Upper cabinet assembly
15 Blade guard assembly
Carton 3
8 Scale bracket
9 Guide rail
12 Right extension table
16 Rear extension table
Fig 5.1
Carton 4
2 Squaring frame
2
1
Carton 2
1 Telescopic fence assembly
3 Sliding table
4
3
Fig 5.2
1
13
16
15
12
11
8
14
2
9
4
3
10
6
7
5
Carton 1
4 Back Panel
5 Curved Pane
6 Front Panel
7 Right panel
10 Rip Fence Seat
11 Rip Fence
13 Extraction Hose Support
14 Main Saw Unit
15 Blade Guard
Carton 2
1 Cross cut fence (*)
3 Squaring table (*)
Carton 3
8 Scale
9 Front rail
12 Extension Table (610mm rip)
16 Rear extension Table
Carton 4
2 Sliding carriage
*Optional accessory not supplied as
standard with the machine.
Space Requirement
It is prohibited to install the machine in explosive environments. The installation area must be selected evaluating the work space required depending on
the dimension of the work pieces to be machined, and taking into account that a free space of at least 800 mm must be left around the machine. It is also
necessary to check the floor capacity and its surface, so that the machine base is evenly resting on its four supports. A power outlet and a dust extraction
system connection should be close to the selected machine location and adequate lighting must be provided (luminous intensity: 500 LUX).
Cabinet Stand Assembly (Fig 5.3)
Tools needed: 10mm & 13mm Spanner.
Assemble the four panels A,B,C & D as shown using M6 x 15mm bolts, M6
washers & M6 nuts.
Ensure that the curved panel (A) and rear panel (B) are correctly
Identified and positioned.
Attach the base stabiliser (E) to the front panel of the stand using the M10
x 45mm bolt and M10 washer provided.
Attach the rubber feet (F) to each corner of the stand.
If the optional swinging arm (G) is being fitted, it should be secured to the
base using M8 x 45mm Bolts, M8 washers and M8 nuts.
NOTE: Ensure that all fixings are fully tightened. Failure to do so may
cause vibration and reduce the stability of the machine.
Fig 5.3
G
A
1
A
2
B
3
6 7
E
Main Saw Unit Assembly (Fig 5.4)
Tools needed, 5mm Allen key & cross head screw driver.
NOTE: The main saw unit is very heavy. Seek assistance before
attempting to lift the saw on to the cabinet base. Failure to do so may
result in injury.
C
D
5
4
F
Place the main saw unit on to the previously assembled base and secure
using M8 socket head screws and M8 washers.
Locate the two hand wheels (E & F) and secure using M6 x 16mm socket
head screws. Ensure that the end of the securing screw locates on the
machined flat on the side of each of the operating shafts for blade tilt and
rise & fall.
The switch unit is located behind the access panel on the side of the main
saw unit to protect it during transit. To release the switch, remove the
access panel (B – Fig 7) by removing the four cross head screws. Pass the
switch out through the access panel and ensure that the cable is correctly
routed through the cable gland fitted to the side panel of the machine.
Re-fit the access panel and secure with four cross head screws.
The switch unit (C-Fig 7) should now be fixed to the body of the main saw
unit using four M4 x 60mm screws.
8
Fig 5.4
A
F
C
1
4
B
2
5
3
E
Blade Guard and Extraction Port
Tools needed: flat screw driver.
Locate the blade guard (A – Fig 5.5) and secure it to the top of the
riving knife (B – Fig 5.5) using the M6 x 40mm carriage bolt and M6
knurled knob.
D
NOTE: Ensure that the blade guard is correctly secured by pushing
it down on the riving knife and backwards towards the rear of the
machine so that it is fully engaged in the slot, before tightening the
knurled knob.
Locate the extraction hose (E – Fig 5.5) and pass it out through the
aperture in the rear of the cabinet base. Attach the T-coupling (C – Fig 5.5)
using the hose clip (D – Fig 5.5).
Fig 5.5
A
B
NOTE: Always ensure that the hose clip is fully tight. Failure to do so
may affect the performance and efficiency of the dust extraction system.
C
D
E
8
9
Sliding Table And Stop Block
Tool needed: 13mm Spanner.
Place the two locating plates (7 – Fig 5.6) on to the body of the saw
taking care to ensure that the holes in the centre of the plate are in
alignment with the corresponding holes in the body of the saw.
Fig 5.6
A
1
2
3
B
Slide the two sliding blocks (6 – Fig 5.6) in to the t-slot on the underside
of the sliding table (B – Fig 5.6) so that they are approximately the same
distance apart as the locating plates.
4 5
C
Place the sliding table on to the body of the machine and secure using two
M8 x 20mm ratchet locking handles and M8 washer (8 - Fig 5.6). Pass the
handles up through the holes in the body of the saw, through the locating
plates and in to the sliding blocks previously positioned in the underside
of the sliding table.
6
7
8
Attach the operating handle (C- Fig 5.6) to the side of the sliding table
using the M8 square nut and M8 nut (4 & 5 – Fig 5.6).
Attach the stop block (A – Fig 5.6) and secure to the t-slot on the surface
of the sliding table using the M8 square nut, M8 washer and M8 locking
knob (1,2,&3 – Fig 5.6).
Squaring Table And Swinging Arm (Optional Accessory)
Tools needed: 6mm allen key and 13mm spanner.
The swinging arm unit (E – Fig 5.7) should be attached to the cabinet base
secured to the base using M8 x 45mm Bolts, M8 washers and M8 nuts.
Fig 5.7
B
1
C
Insert the locking plate (2 – Fig 5.7) in to the t-slot in the side of the sliding
table. Locate the squaring frame (B – Fig 5.7) on to the threaded studs of
the locking plate and secure with two M8 ratchet locking handles and M8
washers (1 – Fig 5.7).
D
C
A
Cross Cut Fence
To set the cross cut fence at 90° to the blade:
The locating stud (C – Fig 5.8) should be inserted in to one of the holes in
either of the front corners of the squaring table.
B
To set the fence at 90° to the blade, the rear of the fence should be offered
against the adjustable cam stop (D – Fig 5.8).
Once correctly adjusted, the locking grub screw should be fully tightened.
Secure the fence by tightening the C-clamp (E – Fig 5.8) so that it engages
on the underside of the squaring frame.
To Set The Cross Cut Fence At 45° to The Blade
The assembly method is the same as described above, but the cam stop
is not used. The cam stop can be lowered clear of the fence by pushing it
from above so that it is flush with the table surface. To re-engage the cam
stop, push from the underside of the squaring table to raise it above the
table surface.
Use the C-clamp to lock the fence at the desired angle. (Fig. 5.9).
E
D
Thread the top of the support arm (C – Fig 5.7) in to the bush
on the underside of the squaring table and fully tighten. Thread one
of the M20 nuts on to the lower end of the support and adjust it so that it
is approximately level with the top surface of the swinging arm. Pass the
lower end of the support arm through the hole in the end of the swinging
arm and fit the second M20 nut. Fine adjustment of the M20 nuts should
be made to ensure that the squaring table is level with the sliding carriage
and main table.
To adjust the cam stop, release the grub screw located at the outer end of
the squaring table. The cam assembly can now be rotated in either direction
until the correct setting is achieved.
A
2
Fig 5.8
Fig 5.9
E
Extension Tables
Tools needed - 13mm spanner, 3mm Allen key.
Fig 5.10
A
1
B
2
Attach the rear table extension (A – Fig 5.10) to the main table and secure
using two M8 x 20mm bolts and M8 washers.
Ensure that the rear table extension is level with the main table. Fine
adjustment can be made by using the two M6 grub screws located in the
end of the table extension. Once the table is correctly adjusted, the bolts
can be fully tightened.
The side extension table (B – Fig 5.11) is attached in the same way, using
four M8 x 20mm bolts. Fine adjustment is also carried out as described
above prior to fully tightening the securing bolts.
Extraction Hose Support and Scale Seat
Tools needed - 5mm Allen Key and cross head screw driver.
Fig 5.11
A
Attach the extraction hose support (A – Fig 5.11) using the retaining
clamp (1 – Fig 5.11) and two M6 x 16mm cap head screws (2 – Fig 5.11).
2
Attach the scale seat (C – Fig 5.11) to the front of the table by
using four M6 x 16mm cross head screws (3 – Fig 5.11). Do not fully
tighten at this stage as further fine adjustment may be required.
1
B
Rip Fence Rail
Tools needed - 13mm spanner
3
Thread the support studs (3 – Fig 5.12) in to the tapped holes in the
rip fence rail so that they are fully seated.
Thread an M8 nut on to each of the support studs and add an M8
washer. Offer the assembled rip fence rail to the front of the main saw
table and pass the four threaded ends of the support studs through the
corresponding holes in the front of the table. Secure to the table
by using a further M8 washer and M8 nut on each of the support studs. Do
not fully tighten at this stage as further fine adjustment my be required.
C
Fig 5.12
1
Rip Fence Carrier
Locate the fence carrier on to the fence rail (Fig 5.13) and secure Using the
rip fence locking knob.
Rip Fence
The rip fence can be fitted in two different methods but the basic principles
of assembly are the same.
The standard configuration is as shown (A – Fig 5.14). The optional
configuration is as shown (B – FIg 5.14). Method B is used when working
with small off-cuts or when the blade is set to 45º.
2
3
A
Fig 5.13
C
B
To attach the fence extrusion to the rip fence carrier, simply locate two M6
x 35mm carriage bolts in to one of the t-slots in the fence extrusion and
pass the carriage bolts through the corresponding holes in the rip fence
carrier. Secure with two M6 knurled knobs and M6 washers.
A
Fig 5.14
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6. Adjustment
Fig 6.1
D
D
Sliding Table Adjustment
Tools needed: Straight edge, feeler gauge and 3mm Allen Key.
Place the straight (A – Fig 6.1) edge across the main table (B – Fig 6.1) and
sliding carriage (C – Fig 6.1). Use the feeler gauge to check that the sliding
table is level when compared to the main table.
A
C
If adjustment is required, slacken the two locking handles (D – Fig 6.1) and
use the 3mm allen key to adjust the jacking grub screws located in the
machine body at each side of the locking handles. Turn the grub screws
clock wise to raise the carriage and counter-clockwise to lower
the carriage.
B
When the sliding table is level, tighten the locking handles to fully secure.
NOTE: Failure to correctly adjust the sliding table will affect the smooth
Operation of the machine and may result in a poor quality of finish to the
work piece.
Fig 6.2
Fence Adjustment
Tools needed: Square and 13mm spanner.
A
Align the fence assembly in or out until parallel with the side of the blade
by turning the adjustment nuts (B – Fig 6.2) and the fence studs
accordingly. If the fixing nuts have been tightened, these will need
slackening off before this adjustment can be made.
Check that the fence is at 90º to the table using a suitable square
(A – Fig 6.2).
B
If no adjustment is needed fully tighten the fence rail nuts.
If adjustment is required this is achieved by raising or lowering either side
of the fence rail until the fence itself is 90º to the table.
Once set at 90º fully tighten all fixings.
Fig 6.3
Blade Adjustment
Tools need - Tri-Square, 6mm Allen key
With the blade set at 90º to the table, check the angle by placing a square
at the left hand side of the blade. If adjustment is required, loosen screw C
(Fig 6.3) and turn the hand wheel until the blade is in line with the square.
Tighten Screw C to set the angle.
B
C
With the blade at 45º , carry out the same test. If the blade requires any
adjustment, loosen screw B (Fig 6.3), adjust the hand wheel until the blade
is in line with the tri-square, and then tighten screw B to set the angle.
B
C
A
7. Connection of the Electricity Supply & Wiring Diagram
Once the machine has been correctly assembled and set up the electricity
supply can be connected.
Connect the two pin plug socket on the end of the flex to the switch
Fig.7.1.
The machine can only be connected to a single phase supply. Before
connecting the electrical supply ensure that it is the correct voltage, phase
and frequency, and that it has sufficient capacity for the machine. The
relevant information can be found on the rating plate located on the rear of
the machine.
Machines supplied for use in the UK are fitted with a BS1363 plug fitted
with a 13 amp fuse. Ensure that you use the appropriate plug for use in
other countries. If the plug fitted to the machine is changed for any reason,
the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
code:
Green and yellow:
Blue:
Brown:
Earth
Neutral
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond with
the coloured markings identifying the terminals on your plug, proceed as
follows:
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal
marked ‘E’ or by the earth symbol ~ or coloured green; or green and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the terminal marked ‘N’
coloured black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to the terminal marked ‘L’ or
coloured red.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE MACHINE IS EFFECTIVELY EARTHED.
If in doubt about the connection of the electrical supply consult a qualified
electrician.
RCD (Residual Current Device)
For your additional safety we always recommend the use of an RCD
(sometimes called Residual Current Circuit Breaker
or Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker).
Fig 7.1 Wiring Diagram
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8. Operation
Fig 8.1
Switch
The control switch is located on the side of the main saw body (A - Fig 8.1).
To start the machine, lift the yellow flap and press the green start Button.
To stop the machine, or in case of emergency, press the red Stop button
located on the front of the yellow flap.
A
If the yellow switch is pressed it will lock in position. To release, slide the
red button in an upwards direction.
Machine Usage
Working Position
The machine has been designed for use by only one person.
Please take note of the correct working position for different cutting
operations (Fig 8.2)
A – Parallel cut using the rip fence
B – Cross cutting or panel cutting using the sliding table.
Fig 8.2
Operating Hand Wheels
The machine is equipped with two operating handles for different functions
(Fig 8.3)
A – located at the front of the machine – this hand wheel operates the rise
and fall function of the blade.
B – located at the right hand side of the machine – this hand wheel
operates the tilting (bevel) function of the blade.
A
Cutting
The choice of the method to use to make a cut with the circular saw
depends on the dimensions of the wood to be machined and the type of
machining to be carried out.
Cutting With the Sliding Table
When machining large panels, position the telescopic fence and the
squaring frame for as shown in Fig 8.4; in this position the maximum
cutting length is obtained.
B
Fig 8.3
1) The first cut - slide the sliding beam completely to the right.
Place the panel against the cross cut fence and adjust the Stop block
proceed with cutting, moving the sliding beam forward against the saw
blade.
A
B
2) Second Cut - Turn the panel by 90º, place the side previously trimmed
against the guide and repeat the operations as in point 1.
3) Third Cut - Position the stop according to the cutting width to be
executed. Turn the panel 90º.
Place the trimmed side against the cross cut fence and against the
stop Proceed with cutting.
Fig 8.4
4) Fourth Cut
Repeat the operations as step 3.
C
A
Working With The Parallel Rip Fence
Lock the sliding table, keep work piece close up to the rip fence and push
work piece forward to cut.
Fig 8.5
Always use a plastic push stick (Fig 8.5) when feeding the work piece in to
the blade or when clearing off cuts from the work area.
Correct Use for Circular Saw
First make sure that the machine does not vibrate. Do not try to take off
the material when the cut has already started; proceed with a continuous
and uniform speed. The feed rate of the work piece towards the blade
(especially where there are knots) should not be too fast. Feeding speed
should be in accordance with work piece thickness. Do not let work pieces
stop between the saw fence and the blade.
Avoid contact of the teeth of the blade against metallic objects.
When necessary sharpen the saw blade.
Fig 8.6
Regularly clean the steel body and the teeth of the blade with proper white
spirit in order to remove any build up of resin.
Soak the saw blade in the cleaning spirit, then clean it with Brush to
remove any stubborn deposits: do not use metallic brushes.
The correct blade should be used for the type and thickness of material
being cut. As a general rule, 2 to 3 teeth should cut at the same time
(A – Fig 8.6). Where only 1 tooth cuts the work piece at a time (B – Fig 8.6)
the quality of finish will be adversely affected.
The height of the blade should be adjusted so that the top of the blade
protrudes through the top of the work piece and the lower edge of the
guard is no more than 5mm above the upper surface of the work piece.
Warning: Before touching the blade or any moving parts, ensure that the
machine is switch off and isolated from the power supply.
14 15
9. Maintenance
Fig 9.1
Should it become necessary to replace any parts of the machine, only
genuine Record Power spare parts should be used. Failure to do so may
result in the guarantee being void and inferior parts may adversely affect
the performance of the machine.
B
The replaced parts must be disposed of in compliance with the laws in
force in the country of use. The replacement of certain parts requires
specific training and technical skills; for this reason, any work should be
carried out by qualified personnel to prevent damage to the machine and
risks to the safety of the user.
Replacing the Blade
Raise the saw blade to its highest point using the operating hand wheel.
Slide the sliding table as far to the right as possible to reveal the blade.
Remove the blade guard (A – Fig 9.1) and throat plate (B - Fig 9.1).
A
C
D
Fig 9.2
Insert the tommy bar (C - Fig 9.1) into the hole in the table and Ensure that
it locates fully in to the recess in the saw blade shaft.
It may be necessary to rotate the saw blade slowly by hand until you feel
the tommy bar engage in the recess.
A
Whilst holding the tommy bar, use a 16mm spanner to remove
the locking bolt from the blade.
NOTE: the locking bolt has a left had thread – turn the bolt counterclockwise to loosen and clockwise to tighten!
Remove the locking bolt and outer blade flange and remove
the blade.
To re-fit the blade, simply reverse the procedure above.
Machine Lubrication
Most of the working components of the machine (bearings etc) are sealed
for life and require no maintenance.
Periodically, the trunnion of the machine (Fig 9.2) should be cleaned and
lubricated. Remove any excess waste material with a brush and apply a
light coating of grease to maintain a smooth rise & fall action
(A & B, Fig 9.2).
The table surfaces should be cleaned regularly with white spirit to remove
any deposits of resin. They should then be treated with a coat of silicone
lubricant (such as Record Power CWA195) to protect the surfaces of the
tables and reduce friction of the work piece when feeding.
B
10. Trouble Shooting
WARNING
For any information or problem contact your area dealer or our technical service centre. The necessary interventions must be carried out by specialised
technical personel.
Before carrying out any fault service or maintenance work, please always TURN OFF THE SWITCH, UNPLUG POWER CABLE AND WAIT FOR THE SAW BLADE
TO COME TO A STANDSTILL.
Trouble
Trouble
Possible Cause
Possible
Cause
Solution
Solution
1.
reset
overload
1.Allow
Allowmotor
motortotocool
cooland
and
reset
overload
1. Overload
motor
1.
Overloadtripped
trippedonon
motor
switch
on
motor
switch
on
motor
2. Saw
from
wall
or or
motor
2.
Sawunplugged
unplugged
from
wall
motor 2. Check all plug connections
Saw stops
stops or
Saw
or will
will not
not start
start 3. Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped
2. Check all plug connections
3. Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped 3. Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker
3. Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker
4. Cord damaged
4. Replace cord
4. Cord damaged
4. Replace cord
Does
Doesnot
notmake
makeaccurate
accurate
45°
45°or
or90°
90°cuts
cuts
1. Stops
Stopsnot
notadjusted
adjusted
correctly
correctly
2. Angle
2.
Anglepointer
pointernot
notset
setaccurately
accurately
1. Check
Checkblade
blade
with
square
adjust
1.
with
square
andand
adjust
stops
stops
2.
with
square
andand
adjust
2. Check
Checkblade
blade
with
square
adjust
pointer
Material
Material binds
bindsblade
bladewhen
when
ripping
ripping
1. Fence
with
blade
1.
Fencenot
notaligned
aligned
with
blade
2. Warped
2.
Warpedwood
wood
3. Excessive
feed
rate
3.
Excessive
feed
rate
4. Splitter not aligned with blade
4. Splitter not aligned with blade
1. Check
adjust
fence
1.
Checkand
and
adjust
fence
2. Select
of of
wood
2.
Selectanother
anotherpiece
piece
wood
3.
Reduce
feed
rate
3. Reduce feed rate
4. Align splitter with blade
4. Align splitter with blade
1. Dull
Dullblade
blade
2. Blade
mounted
2.
Blade
mountedbackwards
backwards
Saw
Sawmakes
makesunsatisfactory
unsatisfactory 3. Gum or pitch on blade
3.
Gum
or
pitch
on
blade
cuts
cuts
4. Incorrect
4.
Incorrectblade
bladefor
forcut
cut
5. Gum or pitch on table
5. Gum or pitch on table
Blade
upup
Bladedoes
doesnot
notcome
come
to
speed
to speed
1. Extension
too
light
or or
to to
long
1.
Extensioncord
cord
too
light
long
2. Low
2.
Lowshop
shopvoltage
voltage
3. Motor
3.
Motornot
notwired
wiredfor
forcorrect
correctvoltage
voltage
floor
1. Stood
Standon
onuneven
uneven
floor
2. Damaged
blade
2.
Damagedsaw
saw
blade
3. Worn
V-belts
3.
Bad V-belts
4. Bent pulley
Saw vibrates
Saw
vibratesexcessively
excessively 4. Bent pulley
5. Improper motor mounting
5.
Improperplay
motor
mounting
6. Excessive
in raising
mechanism
6.
Excessive
play in raising mechanism
7. Loose
hardware
7. Loose hardware
Rip
guide
Rip fence
fencebinds
bindsonon
guide
rails
rails
1.
oror
extension
wing
notnot
1.Guide
Guiderails
rails
extension
wing
installed
installedcorrectly
correctly
2. Guide of rip fence not adjusted
2. Guide of rip fence not adjusted
properly
properly
1.
Sharpenororreplace
replace
blade
1. Sharpen
blade
2. Turn
Turnblade
bladearound
around
3. Remove
and
clean
3.
Removeblade
blade
and
clean
4. Change
to to
correct
type
4.
Changeblade
blade
correct
type
5. Clean table
5. Clean table
1.
sizesize
cordcord
1. Replace
Replacewith
withadequate
adequate
2.
electrical
company
2. Contact
Contactyour
yourlocal
local
electrical
company
3. Refer to motor junction box
3. Refer to motor junction box
1. Reposition
flat,
level
surface
1.
Repositiononon
flat,
level
surface
2. Replace
blade
2.
Replacesaw
saw
blade
3. Replace V-belts
3. Replace V-belts
4. Replace pulley
4.
Replace
5. Check
andpulley
adjust motor
5.
Checkworm
and adjust
motor
6. Adjust
and arbor
bracket
6.
Adjust hardware
worm and arbor bracket
7. Tighten
7. Tighten hardware
1. Reassemble guide rails, refer to fence
1.
Reassemble guide rails, refer to fence
manual
manual
2. Adjust guides, refer to fence manual
2. Adjust guides, refer to fence manual
1. Rip fence out of alignment
1. Align
1.
Alignrip
ripfence
fencewith
withmitre
miterslot
slot
2.
Align
splitter
with
blade
2. Align splitter with blade
3. Install
riprip
fence
3.
Installand
anduse
use
fence
4. Install and use splitter (with guard)
4. Install and use splitter (with guard)
5. Replace blade
5.
Replace
blade
6. Push
material
all the way past blade
6.
Push
material
all the way past blade
before releasing work
before
releasing
work
7. Replace
or sharpen
anti-kick back
plates
7.
Replace or sharpen anti-kick back
plates
1. Too
tension
in raising
Toomuch
much
tension
in raising
mechanism
mechanism
2. Sawdust
debris
in raising
andand
2.
Sawdustand
and
debris
in raising
tilting mechanisms
tilting mechanisms
1. Adjust raising worm and arbor bracket
2. Clean
regrease
1.
Adjustand
raising
worm and arbor bracket
1.
Rip fence
of alignment
2. Splitter
not out
aligned
with blade
2.
Splitter
not
aligned
blade
3. Feeding stock withoutwith
rip fence
3.
Feeding
stock
without
rip
fence
4. Splitter not in place
Rip fence kicked
binds on
guide
5. Dull
blade
Material
back
from 4.
Splitter
not in place
rails
6. Letting
go of material before it is
blade
5.
Dull blade
past
blade
6. Letting go of material before it is
7. Anti-kick back plates dull
past blade
7. Anti-kick back plates dull
Blade
or or
tilttilt
Bladedoes
doesnot
notraise
raise
freely
freely
pointer
2. Clean and regrease
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11. Parts Diagrams
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4
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12
3
5
18
11
17
6
15
7
8
9
16
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138
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82
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125
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100
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87
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86
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129
88
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127
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142
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120
126
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97
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108
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107
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116
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65
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12. Parts List
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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45
46
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48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Description
Screw
Table insert
Main table
Scale
Scale base
Pan head screw
Support shaft
Nut
Washer
Front guide rail
Nut
Extension table
Screw
Bolt
Washer
Set screw
Clamp
Bracket
Rear extension table
Screw
Protection plate
Upper cabinet asm
Switch
Screw
Screw
Protection plate
Screw
Safety switch
Nut
Washer
Pan head screw
Arc panel
Nut
Washer
Bolt
Front panel
Side panel
Bracket
Bracket
Bottom panel
Bolt
Nut
Foot bracket
Bolt
Washer
Blade guard
Dust hose
Blade
Bracket
Lock handle
Big washer
Support bracket
Shaft bracket
Spindle
Adjusting plate
Bearing
Retaining ring
Pulley
Tube
Bearing
Part No.
M5X8GB819B
JL82410003A
JMTS1004030001-001G
JL82450008B
JL82450009A
M6X16GB823Z
JL82450010
M8GB6172Z
WSH8GB97D1Z
JL82450005A
M8GB6170Z
JMTS1004030002-001U
M6X10GB77B
M8X20GB5783Z
WSH8GB96Z
M6X16GB70Z
JL82120001A
JL82121000-001Y
JMTS1004030003-0001U
M4X8GB818Z
JL82020005-105U
JMTS1004010000-105U
KOA2MN-10ZFD
M4X60GB818Z
M4X10GB818Z
JL82460007-105U
M4X10GB818Z
QKS8
M4GB6170Z
WSH4GB97D1Z
M4X30GB818Z
JMTS1004070001-001U
M6GB6170Z
WSH6GB96Z
M6X15GB5781Z
JMTS1004070003-001U
JMTS1004070002-001U
JL82070005
JL82070004
JL82430001-001U
M10X40GB5783Z
M10GB6170Z
JMTS1004070004-001U
M8X16GB70Z
WSH8GB97D1Z
1-JL82045000
1-JL81100001
1-JL82040001
1-JL82440001
1-JL82443000
1-WSH8GB5287Z
1-JL82440002
1-JL82041001
1-JL82444001
1-JL82041003
1-BRG80103CGB278
1-SLP35GB893D1Z
1-JL82041004
1-JL82041005
1-BRG80301CGB278
No.
61
62
63
64
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66
67
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100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
Description
Adjusting wheel
Nut
Washer
Belt
Bolt
Washer
Washer
Angle indicator
Nut
Washer
Tube
Washer
Retaining ring
Threaded shaft
Threaded tube
Tube
Position screw
Washer
Dust port
Carriage bolt
Nut
Washer
Plate
Retaining ring
Washer
Screw
Nut
Washer
Nut
Washer
Tube
Position screw
Nut
Nut
Screw
Plate
Tube
Screw
Square head nut
Washer
Teeth washer
Shaft
Clamp
Dust hose
Motor
Motor pulley
Washer
Washer
Bolt
Motor plate
Threaded shaft
Roll pin
Gimbal
Nut
Washer
Washer
Retaining bracket
Position flange
Tilt handwheel shaft
Key
Part No.
1-JL82041006
1-M8GB6182Z
1-WSH8GB97D1Z
1-JL82041008
1-M6X30GB5781Z
1-WSH6GB96Z
1-WSH6GB93Z
1-JL82440004
1-M8GB6170Z
1-WSH8GB95Z
1-JL82441002
1-JL50000005
1-SLP18GB894B
1-JL82441001
1-JL82043002
1-JL82043003
1-JL82043004
1-WSH8GB5287Z
1-JL82040004-001S
1-JL82060007
1-JL82040015
1-WSh10GB97Z
1-JL82040007
1-ST32GB894D1B
1-JL82040008
1-M6X20GBGB819D1Z
1-M6GB889Z
1-WSH6GB96Z
1-M8GB889D1Z
1-WSH8GB96B
1-JL82040012
1-JL82040013
1-M6GB6173Z
1-M6GB889D1Z
1-M6X35GB819Z
1-JL82040009
1-JL82040010
1-M8X20GB70Z
1-JL82440005
1-WSH8GB95B
1-WSH8GB861B
1-JL82440005
1-JL82040018
1-JL82040019
1-KH8242582-01
1-JL82080002
1-JL82080004
1-M8GB96Z
1-JL82080003
1-JL82080001
1-JMTS1002026005
1-PIN5X24GB879D1B
1-JMTS1001023100
1-M16GB812Z
1-WSH16GB858Z
1-JXPS1201026002
1-BRG1730AXKASGB4605
1-JMTS1002026003
1-JMTS1002026002
1-PLN5X19GB1099
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168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
Description
Washer
Screw
Locking handle
Handwheel
Handle
Screw
Screw
Bracket
Set screw
Split bracket
Spliter
Guide washer
Plate
Washer
Nut
Spring washer
Bolt
Blade guard
Screw
Washer
Indicator
Washer
Screw
Rip fence
Carriage bolt
Support bracket
Washer
Nut
Fence bracket
Bracket
Set screw
Micro-adjust knob
Washer
Wave washer
Nut
Lock handle
Sliding table
Lock handle
Nut
Washer
Square head nut
Sliding bracket
Plate
Lock handle
Washer
Set screw
Square head nut
Plate
Washer
Fence knob
Retaining ring
Roll pin
Position tube
Set screw
End cap
Square sliding table
Nut
End cap
Extension bracket
Support bracket
Part No.
1-WSH6GB97D1Z
1-M6X16GB70Z
1-JMTS1002026001
1-JMTS1002023101
1-JL84032000(2)
1-M6X10GB77B
1-JL82040016
1-JL82040017
1-M6X10GB77Z
1-JL82445100
1-JL82445001
1-JL82445002
1-JL82445003
1-WSH10GBGB97D1Z
1-M10GB6170Z
1-WSH10GB93Z
1-M10X25GB794Z
1-JL82040003
1-M4X10GB818Z
1-WSH5GB5287Z
1-JL82440006
1-WSH4GB95Z
1-M4X8GB818Z
1-JL82450004
1-M6X35GB12Z
1-JL82450003
1-WSH6GB96Z
1-JL20061003-001S
1-JL82450001-001G
1-JL82450002-001G
1-M8X45GB70D1Z
1-JL82450007
1-WSH6GB95Z
1-WSH6GB955B
1-M6GB6172Z
1-JL82450006-001S
1-JMTS1004041000
1-JL26060012-001S
1-M10GB6170Z
1-WSH10GB97D1Z
1-M10GB39B
1-JXPS1201053005
1-JL82240010
1-JXCM2501012100-001S
1-WSH8GB96Z
1-M6X10GB70Z
1-JL82030006
1-JL84060003-001Y
1-WSH6GB97D1Z
1-JL20061100-001S
1-CLP10GB895D2B
JMTS1001051004
JMTS1001051003
1-M6X10GB80B
1-JL82233004-001S
1-JMTS1001051001-001U
1-M20GB6173
1-JL82212006-001S
1-JL84070002
1-JL82463004
No.
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182
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184
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186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
Description
End cap
Plate
Nut
Screw
Bracket
Upper wheel asm.
Lower wheel asm.
Support bracket
Bearing
Washer
Shaft
Retaining ring
Screw
Washer
Lock plate
Screw
Washer
Nut
Lock handle
Washer
Angle scale
Rivet
Screw
Bracket
Nut
Position plate
Screw
Key
Lock nut
Washer
Bracket
Lock handle
Nut
Set screw
Shaft
Set screw
Nut
Tube
Knob
Nut
Plate
Big washer
Knob
Set screw
Key
Big washer
Shaft
End cap
Tapping screw
Fence
Scale
Bracket
Scale
Part No.
1-JL82236002
1-JL82236012
1-M6GB6170Z
1-M6X10GB70Z
1-JL82463005
1-JL82053000
1-JL82052000
1-JL822360003A-001U
1-BRG6202-2ZV2GB276
1-WSH6GBGB95Z
1-JMTS1001052002
1-CLP15GB894D1B
1-M4X8GB818Z
1-WSH4GB96Z
1-JMTS1001051002
1-M6X12GB70Z
1-WSH6GB95Z
1-M6GB6170Z
1-JL50041000-001S
1-WSH8GB5287Z
1-JL82214004
1-RVT3X7GB12618A
1-M5X6GB73B
1-JL82213001
1-JL82030006A
1-JL82213013
1-M6X12GB70Z
1-JL82213019
1-M10GB889Z
1-WSH10GB97D1Z
JXSM0401061003
1-JL50041000-001S
1-M8GB6170Z
1-M8X50GB77B
JXSM0401061004
1-M6X10GB70Z
JL82240007
1-JL82213017
1-JL82213018-001S
1-M6GB6170Z
1-JL82213004
1-WSH6GB5287Z
1-JL82213016-001S
1-M6X10GB77B
1-JL82213015
1-WSH6GB96Z
1-JL82464003
1-JL82213007-001S
1-ST3D5X13GB845Z
1-JL82213003
1-JMTS1001053001
1-JL82213002
1-JL82464001
13. EU Declaration of Conformity
Cert No: EU / TS250RS / 1
RECORD POWER LIMITED,
Unit B, Ireland Industrial Est.
Adelphi Way, Staveley, Chesterfield S43 3LS
declares that the machinery described: 1.
2.
3. Type: Table Saw
Model No: TS250RS
Serial No .........................................................................
Conforms with the following directives:
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
2006/42/EC
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
2006/95/EC
ELECTROMAGNETIC
2004/108/EC
COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EN 55014-1:2006
EN 61000-3-2:2006
EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1+A2
EN 55014-2:1997+A1
and conforms to the machinery example for which the
EC Type-Examination Certificate No. BM50170597, AN50170595, AE50103166
has been issued by TUV Rheinland Product Safety GmbH,
at: Am Grauen Stein, D-51105. Cologne, Germany and complies with the relevant essential health and safety requirements.
Signed.........................................................Dated: 01/04/2010
Andrew Greensted
Managing Director
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