W1704 Manual - WoodTurningz

W1704 Manual - WoodTurningz
MODEL W1704
BENCH TOP LATHE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................ 2
SAFETY ...................................................................................................... 4
ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................11
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ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................................................15
Lock Handles .................................................................................................. 15
Tailstock Barrel ............................................................................................... 15
Test Run ........................................................................................................
Operation Tips ................................................................................................
Selecting Turning Tools ......................................................................................
Spindle Turning ................................................................................................
Face Plate Turning ............................................................................................
Sanding/Finishing .............................................................................................
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OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS...............................................................................................16
ADJUSTMENTS
Unpacking ......................................................................................................
Inventory .......................................................................................................
Shop Preparation .............................................................................................
Initial Cleaning ................................................................................................
Installing Centers .............................................................................................
Removing Centers ............................................................................................
Face Plate .....................................................................................................
Tool Rest .......................................................................................................
ASSEMBLY
Standard Safety Instructions .................................................................................. 4
Know Your Machine ............................................................................................. 6
Important Lathe Terms & Definitions........................................................................ 7
Safety Instructions for Your Lathe ........................................................................... 8
Avoiding Potential Injuries .................................................................................... 9
110V Operation ............................................................................................... 10
Extension Cords ............................................................................................... 10
Grounding ...................................................................................................... 10
SAFETY
About Your New Lathe ......................................................................................... 2
Woodstock Technical Support ................................................................................. 2
Warranty and Returns .......................................................................................... 3
Specifications .................................................................................................. 3
INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................22
WIRING DIAGRAM .........................................................................................23
PARTS ......................................................................................................24
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................26
PARTS
USE THE QUICK GUIDE PAGE LABELS TO SEARCH OUT INFORMATION FAST!
MAINTENANCE
General ......................................................................................................... 22
Lubrication .................................................................................................... 22
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Woodstock Technical Support
This machine has been specially designed to provide many years of trouble-free service. Close attention
to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction. Our intent with this manual is to
include the basic information for safety, setup, operation, maintenance, and service of this product.
We stand behind our machines! In the event that questions arise about your machine, please contact
Woodstock International Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.
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Specifications
Motor Size .......................................................... 1¼3 HP, 110V, Universal-Type Motor
Motor Speed ................................................................................ 700-3200 RPM
Amp Draw ................................................................................................ 4 A
Distance Between Centers ............................................................................ 13"
Turning Diameter .........................................................................................8"
Spindle Taper ......................................................................................... MT #1
Tailstock Taper ....................................................................................... MT #1
Spindle Size ............................................................................. 3¼4" x 16 TPI (RH)
Machine Weight ...................................................................................... 45 lbs
Footprint .........................................................................................231¼2" X 5"
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SAFETY
An important part of safety is knowing your machine and its components. Please take the time to learn
the items shown in the pictures below. The letters in the picture correspond to the following descriptions in the text.
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A. Variable Speed Control Dial—Controls the
speed of the lathe spindle. Always turn this
dial to the lowest setting before starting the
lathe.
B.
M. Lathe Bed—Provides a sliding surface for
the tool rest holder and tailstock adjustments.
N. Lock-Out Paddle Switch—Turns lathe ON/
OFF only when the safety key is installed.
O. Knock-Out Tool—Used to remove the spur
and live centers from their tapered spindles.
C. Headstock Spindle—Tapered at the inside
end to accept the shank of a Morse Taper
#1 (MT#1) spur center and threaded on the
outside end to accept the threads of a face
plate. The headstock spindle is also hollow
for easy removal of the spur center with a
knock-out tool.
P.
D. Spur Center—Attaches the workpiece to the
spindle for turning operations.
Face Plate—Threads onto the headstock
spindle for non-spindle turning (usually used
for making bowls or other items that cannot
be supported from the tailstock).
E.
Tool Rest—Supports tools used during turning operations.
Important Lathe
Terms & Definitions
F.
Live Center—Mounts in the tailstock barrel
taper and supports the workpiece from the
opposite side of the spur center by engaging
in the workpiece and spinning freely.
In order for the safety warnings and operation
instructions to be fully understood, please take
time to learn these important lathe terms and
definitions.
G. Tailstock Barrel Lock—Locks the tailstock
barrel in place after being driven into the
workpiece and before starting the lathe.
Spindle Turning—When a workpiece is mounted between both spur (headstock) and live
(tailstock) centers.
H. Tailstock Adjustment Knob—Moves the
tailstock barrel in/out to firmly embed the
live center into the workpiece.
Face Plate Turning—When a workpiece is
mounted to the face plate, which is mounted to
the headstock spindle. The face plate has holes
for attaching the workpiece or a backing block
with screws.
I.
Tailstock Lock—Locks the tailstock into
position along the bed.
J.
Tool Rest Holder—Mounts the tool rest to
the bed and adjusts perpendicular to the
bed to bring the tool rest closer/farther
from the workpiece.
Backing Block—A waste board that is screwed
or bolted to the face plate, then centered and
glued to the workpiece, so that the workpiece
can be attached to the face plate without drilling or screwing marks.
K. Tool Rest Lock—Secures the tool rest into
position at the proper height needed for the
workpiece.
Center Line—The imaginary line running from
the center of the headstock spindle to the center of the tailstock barrel.
Tool Rest Holder Lock—Secures the tool
rest holder when the tool rest is the proper
distance from the workpiece.
Rough Cutting—The initial stage of all turning
operations when the workpiece still has corners
and has not been rounded. Rough cutting strains
the lathe and operator more than regular turning; therefore, special precautions will apply.
L.
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SAFETY
Headstock—The housing that holds the spindle on the lathe.
SAFETY
Additional Safety for Wood Lathes
1.
KEEPING GUARDS IN PLACE. Make sure all guards are in place and that the lathe sits on a flat, stable
surface.
2.
EYE/FACE PROTECTION. Always wear eye protection or a face shield when operating the lathe.
3.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION. Always wear a respirator when using this machine. Wood dust may
cause allergies or long-term respiratory health problems.
4.
MOUNTING WORKPIECE. Before starting, be certain the workpiece has been properly imbedded on
the headstock and tailstock centers and that there is adequate clearance for the full rotation.
5.
WORKPIECE CONDITION. Always inspect the condition of your workpiece. DO NOT turn pieces with
knots, splits, and other potentially dangerous conditions. Make sure joints of glued-up pieces have
high quality bonds and won't fly apart during operation.
6.
ADJUSTING TOOL REST. Adjust tool rest to provide proper support for the turning tool you will be
using. Test tool rest clearance by rotating workpiece by hand before turning lathe ON.
7.
TURNING SPEED. Select the correct turning speed for your work, and allow the lathe to gain full
speed before using.
8.
USING SHARP CHISELS. Keep lathe chisels properly sharpened and held firmly in position when turning.
9.
OPERATING DAMAGED LATHE. Never operate the lathe with damaged or worn parts.
10. ADJUSTMENTS/MAINTENANCE. Make sure your wood lathe is turned OFF, disconnected from its
power source, and all moving parts have come to a complete stop before starting any inspection,
adjustment, or maintenance procedure.
11. STOPPING LATHE. DO NOT stop the lathe by using your hand against the workpiece. Allow the lathe
to stop on its own.
12. AVOIDING ENTANGLEMENT. Keep long hair and loose clothing articles such as sleeves, belts, and
jewelry items away from the lathe spindle.
13. FACEPLATE TURNING. When face plate turning, use lathe chisels on the downward spinning side of
the workpiece only.
14. SANDING/POLISHING. Remove the tool rest when performing sanding or polishing operations on the
rotating spindle.
15. MATERIAL REMOVAL RATE. Removing too much material at once may cause workpiece to fly out of
the lathe.
16. REDUCING WORKPIECE VIBRATION. If the workpiece vibrates, immediately turn the lathe OFF.
Check to make sure the workpiece is centered and balanced. Trim excess waste off corners with a
bandsaw or table saw to reduce vibration. Make sure workpiece is securely attached in setup.
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Avoiding Potential Injuries
SAFETY
Figure 1. Center fully embedded in workpiece.
Figure 2. DO NOT operate without centers
firmly embedded in workpiece.
Figure 3. Sleeves rolled up and out of the way
of the moving machinery.
Figure 4. DO NOT operate with long sleeves
rolled down near moving machinery.
Figure 5. Always use the tool rest.
Figure 6. DO NOT cut without using tool rest.
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ELECTRICAL
SAFETY
110V Operation
The Model W1704 is wired for 110V operation. Always connect this machine to a dedicated circuit (wire, breaker,
plug, receptacle) with a verified ground, using the recommended circuit size and plugs/receptacles listed at the
bottom of this page.
We recommend connecting this machine to a dedicated
circuit with a verified ground, using the circuit size given
below. Never replace a circuit breaker with one of higher
amperage without consulting a qualified electrician to
ensure compliance with wiring codes.
110V
GROUNDED
5-15 RECEPTACLE
Grounding Prong
5-15 PLUG
Neutral Hot
Figure 7. 5-15 plug and receptacle.
This machine must be grounded! The electrical cord supplied with this machine comes with a grounding pin. If
your outlet does not accommodate a ground pin, have it
replaced by a qualified electrician.
If you are unsure about the wiring codes in your area
or you plan to connect your machine to a shared circuit, you may create a fire or circuit overload hazard—
consult a qualified electrician to reduce this risk.
Extension Cords
We do not recommend using an extension cord; however,
if you have no alternative, use the following guidelines:
•
•
•
•
DO NOT work on your electrical system
if you are unsure about electrical
codes and wiring! Seek assistance from
a qualified electrician. Ignoring this
warning can cause electrocution, fire,
or machine damage.
Use a cord rated for Standard Service (S).
Do not use a cord longer than 50 feet.
Ensure that the cord has a ground wire and pin.
Use the gauge size listed below as a minimum.
Electrical Specifications
Operating Voltage
Amp Draw
Min. Circuit Size
Plug/Receptacle
Extension Cord
110V Operation
4A
15A
NEMA 5-15
14 Gauge
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ASSEMBLY
Unpacking
The SHOP FOX® Model W1704 has been carefully packaged for safe transporting. If you notice
the machine has been damaged, please contact
your authorized SHOP FOX® dealer immediately.
Inventory
Layout and inventory the package contents listed below and familiarize yourself with the components shown in Figure 8 to ease assembly.
The Model W1704 is
a heavy machine at
46 lbs. Use assistance
when lifting or moving
the machine.
Note: Some parts and hardware may already
be installed on the machine. Check the machine
when you use this inventory list.
Item
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Figure 8. Loose parts shipped with the lathe.
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Qty.
Lathe Unit (not shown) ....................... 1
Spur Center..................................... 1
Live Center ..................................... 1
Face Plate ...................................... 1
41¼4" Tool Rest .................................. 1
7" Tool Rest ..................................... 1
Knock-Out Tool ................................. 1
ASSEMBLY
Read and understand this
entire instruction manual before performing
any operations with your
machine. Serious personal
injury may occur if safety
and operational information is not understood and
followed.
ASSEMBLY
Machine Placement
•
Floor Load: Some workbenches may require
additional reinforcement to support both
the machine and the operator. Make sure
you take these precautions.
•
Working Clearances: Consider existing and
anticipated needs, size of material to be
processed through the machine, and space
for auxiliary stands, work tables or other
machinery when establishing a location for
your lathe.
•
Lighting: Lighting should be bright enough
to eliminate shadow and prevent eye strain.
•
Electrical: Electrical circuits must be
dedicated or large enough to handle
amperage requirements. Outlets must be
located near each machine, so power or
extension cords are clear of high-traffic
areas. Follow local electrical codes for
proper installation of new lighting, outlets,
or circuits.
Cleaning Machine
The bed and other unpainted parts of your lathe
are coated with a waxy grease that protects
them from corrosion during shipment. Clean this
grease off with a solvent cleaner or citrus-based
degreaser. DO NOT use chlorine-based solvents
such as brake parts cleaner or acetone—if you
happen to splash some onto a painted surface,
you will ruin the finish.
NEVER use gasoline or
other petroleum-based
solvents to clean with.
Most have low flash
points, which make them
extremely
flammable.
A risk of explosion and
burning exists if these
products are used. Serious
personal injury may occur
if this warning is ignored!
ALWAYS work in wellventilated areas far from
possible ignition sources
when using solvents to
clean machinery. Many
solvents are toxic when
inhaled or ingested. Use
care when disposing
of waste rags and
towels to be sure they
DO NOT create fire or
environmental hazards.
The Model W1704 is a
heavy machine. DO NOT
over-exert yourself while
unpacking or moving your
machine—get assistance.
MAKE your shop “child
safe.” Ensure that your
workplace is inaccessible
to youngsters by closing
and locking all entrances
when you are away. NEVER
allow untrained visitors in
your shop when assembling, adjusting or operating equipment.
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Installing Centers
UNPLUG-POWER
CORD
before you do any assembly or adjustment tasks!
Otherwise, serious personal injury to you or others may occur!
The spur and live centers are taper-fit components that install in the same manner; however,
the spur center always goes into the headstock
spindle and the live center always goes into the
tailstock barrel.
To install the centers, do these steps:
UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Insert the tapered end of the center into
the spindle and push firmly, as shown in
Figure 9.
3.
Check that the center is securely installed
by giving it a quick tug. (A properly installed
center will not pull out by hand.)
Removing Centers
Figure 9. Installing spur center into
headstock spindle.
A knock-out tool is included with your lathe to
remove the spur and live centers.
To remove the centers with the knock-out
tool, do these steps:
Figure 10. Removing spur center with
knock-out tool.
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1.
UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Hold a clean rag under the spindle to catch
the center when you remove it.
3.
Using the knock-out tool, tap the center
from the outside end of the spindle (as
shown in Figure 10) and catch the center as
it falls out.
ASSEMBLY
1.
Face Plate
UNPLUG- the power cord
before you do any assembly or adjustment tasks!
Otherwise, serious personal injury to you or others may occur!
The face plate can be installed only if the spur
center has been removed from the headstock
spindle.
ASSEMBLY
To install the face plate, do these steps:
1.
UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Thread the face plate onto the headstock
spindle.
3.
Tighten the face plate by placing a wrench
on the spindle flats and inserting the knockout tool into the spindle shoulder to hold
it in position during tightening. See Figure
11.
Note: Reverse steps 2-3 to remove the face
plate.
Tool Rest
Figure 11. Tightening face plate to
headstock spindle.
Before installing a tool rest, decide which
one will be best for your application. Unless
workpiece clearance is an issue, install the
larger tool rest to give yourself more room to
work.
To install the tool rest, do these steps:
1.
Insert the tool rest into the tool holder as
shown in Figure 12.
2.
Lock the tool rest in place with the tool rest
lock.
Tool Rest
Lock
Figure 12. Tool rest installed on lathe bed.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Lock Handles
The lock handles on the tool rest holder and the
tailstock can be tightened for a stronger locking action if the factory set locking action is not
tight enough for your needs. However, take care
not to over-tighten any of the parts.
UNPLUG- the power cord
before you do any assembly or adjustment tasks!
Otherwise, serious personal injury to you or others may occur!
To tighten the lock handles, do these steps:
UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Using a 12mm socket or wrench, tighten 1¼4
turn one of the lock nuts shown in Figure
13, depending on which component you
wish to tighten.
3.
Check the locking mechanism:
• If it is satisfactory, no further adjustments are necessary.
• If it is not satisfactory, repeat steps 23.
Tailstock Barrel
Figure 13. Tool rest holder and tailstock lock
nuts for adjusting lock handles.
If you find that the tailstock adjustment handle
spins without moving the tailstock barrel, the
tailstock barrel lock may need to be re-aligned
with the catch slot in the tailstock barrel.
To re-align tailstock barrel lock with the catch
slot, do these steps:
Figure 14. Tailstock barrel alignment slot.
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1.
UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Loosen the small setscrew from the side of
the tailstock and loosen the tailstock barrel
lock.
3.
Pull the tailstock adjustment handle to slide
the barrel out of the tailstock.
4.
Locate the catch slot, shown in Figure 14,
and align it with the barrel lock.
5.
Insert the barrel, replace the setscrew, and
barely tighten the barrel lock, then back it
off 1¼4 to 1¼2 of a turn.
ADJUSTMENTS
1.
OPERATIONS
Test Run
The purpose of a test run is to identify any
unusual noises and vibrations, as well as to
confirm that the machine is performing as
intended.
To test run the Model W1704, do these steps:
1.
Turn the variable speed control knob all the
way counter-clockwise or in the LOW direction as far as it will go.
2.
Make sure that the spur center has been
removed from the spindle.
3.
Pull the paddle switch up to start the lathe.
Once the lathe is running, listen for any
unusual noises. The machine should run
smoothly with little or no vibrations.
Projectiles thrown from the machine
could cause serious eye/face injury.
Wear a face shield during assembly
and operation.
• If there are any unusual noises or vibrations, STOP the lathe immediately by
pushing the paddle switch down.
OPERATIONS
4.
Loose hair and clothing could get
caught in machinery and cause serious
personal injury. Keep loose clothing
rolled up and long hair tied up and
away from machinery.
Unplug the lathe and investigate the source
of the noise or vibration. DO NOT make any
adjustments to the lathe while it is plugged
in. The lathe should not be run any further
until the problems are corrected.
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Operation Tips
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Mount the workpiece correctly; otherwise,
the operation may be difficult and dangerous. Read the “Spindle Turning” & “Face
Plate Turning” instructions for ideas on how
to set up your lathe correctly.
•
Position the tool rest approximately 1¼8"
above the center line of the workpiece and
approximately 1¼4" away from the workpiece.
See Figure 15 for more details.
•
When turning the lathe ON, stand to the
side of the spinning direction until the lathe
reaches full speed and you can verify that
the lathe will not throw the workpiece.
•
Always start the lathe and perform all rough
cutting with the speed setting at the lowest
point, as shown in Figure 16.
•
Select the right speed for the size of
workpiece you are turning. Use the slower
range on the speed dial for large workpieces
(4" diameter and over); use the middle
range on the speed dial for medium sized
workpieces (2" to 4" diameter); and use
the faster range on the speed dial for small
sized workpieces (under 2" in diameter).
•
Keep the turning tool on the tool rest the
ENTIRE time that it is in contact with the
workpiece.
•
When turning pieces thicker than 2" x 2", cut
off the corners first (so the workpiece profile
looks similar to the illustrated workpiece in
Figure 15). Figure 17 shows a workpiece
too big for turning with the corners still
on.
•
When rough cutting face plate work, use
the live center in the tailstock for support,
as can be seen in the setup in Figure 17.
After the rough cutting is complete, move
the tailstock out of the way.
•
Learn the correct techniques for each tool
you will use. If you are unsure, read books
or magazines about lathe techniques and
seek training from experienced users.
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Figure 15. Tool rest set 1¼8" above the
centerline and 1¼4" away from workpiece.
Figure 16. Speed dial turned all the way down
to the lowest speed.
Figure 17. DO NOT attempt to turn workpieces
thicker than 2" x 2" without first cutting the
corners off!
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OPERATIONS
•
Selecting Turning
Tools
Lathe tools (Figure 18) come in a variety of
shapes and sizes and usually fall into five major
categories.
•
OPERATIONS
•
Gouges—Mainly used for rough cutting,
detail cutting, and cove profiles. The rough
gouge is a hollow, double-ground tool with
a round nose, and the detail gouge is a
hollow, double-ground tool with either a
round or pointed nose. Figure 19 shows an
example of a gouge.
Figure 18. Basic set of lathe turning tools.
Skew Chisel—A very versatile tool that can
be used for planing, squaring, V-cutting,
beading, and parting off. The skew chisel
is flat, double-ground with one side higher
than the other (usually at an angle of 2040Ý). Figure 20 shows an example of a skew
chisel.
•
Scrapers—Mainly used where access for
other tools is limited, such as hollowing
operations. This is a flat, double-ground
tool that comes in a variety of profiles
(Round Nose, Spear Point, Square Nose,
etc.) to match many different contours.
Figure 21 shows an example of a round nose
scraper.
•
Parting Tools—Used for sizing and cutting
off work. This is a flat tool with a sharp
pointed nose that may be single- or doubleground. Figure 22 shows an example of a
parting tool.
•
Specialty Tools—These are the unique, special function tools to aid in hollowing, bowl
making, cutting profiles, etc.
Figure 19. Gouge.
Figure 20. Skew chisel.
Figure 21. Round nose scraper.
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Figure 22. Parting tool.
Spindle Turning
Spindle turning (Figure 23) is the operation performed when a workpiece is mounted between
the headstock and the tailstock.
To set up a spindle turning operation, do
these steps:
Mark both ends of your workpiece by drawing diagonal lines from corner to corner.
The intersection point of these lines will
show you the center of your workpiece. See
Figure 24 for details.
2.
Using a wood mallet, tap the point of
the spur center into the center of the
workpiece, so that it leaves a center mark,
then remove the spur center.
3.
Using a 1¼4" drill bit, drill a 1¼4" deep hole at
the center mark. (Additionally, if the end of
your workpiece is square, cut 1⁄8" deep saw
kerfs across the corners to help embed the
spur center.)
4.
Drive the spur center into the center of the
workpiece with the wood mallet to embed
it at least 1¼4", as shown in Figure 25.
5.
With the workpiece still attached, insert
the spur center into the headstock spindle.
6.
With the live center installed in the tailstock,
slide the tailstock toward the workpiece
until the live center touches the workpiece,
then lock the tailstock in this position.
7.
Use the tailstock adjustment knob to push
the live center into the workpiece at least a
1
¼4".
Figure 23. Typical spindle turning operation.
Figure 24. Workpiece marked diagonally from
corner to corner to determine the center.
Figure 25. Spur center properly embedded into
workpiece.
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Projectiles thrown from the machine
could cause serious eye/face injury.
Wear a face shield during assembly
and operation.
OPERATIONS
1.
Face Plate Turning
Face Plate turning (Figure 26) is when a
workpiece is mounted to the face plate, which
is mounted to the headstock spindle.
To mount your workpiece to the face plate, do
these steps:
OPERATIONS
1.
Find the center of your workpiece by drawing diagonal lines from corner to corner
on the side of the workpiece that will be
mounted to the face plate. The intersection
point of these lines will show you the center
of your workpiece.
2.
Cut off the corners of the workpiece if it is
thicker than 2" x 2".
3.
Center the face plate on the workpiece and
attach it through the face plate holes with
wood screws, as shown in Figure 27.
Figure 26. Typical face plate turning operation.
NOTICE: Only use tap screws or wood
screws with non-tapered heads (Figure 27)
to attach the face plate to the workpiece.
Do NOT use drywall screws or screws with
tapered heads because these can split the
face plate, or the screws may snap off
during operation.
4.
Thread the face plate onto the headstock
spindle and tighten securely.
Note: If screws cannot be placed in the
workpiece, then a backing block can be
glued to the workpiece then attached to
the face plate with screws.
To mount your workpiece to a backing block,
do these steps:
Figure 27. Mounting face plate to a backing
block, which is glued to the workpiece.
1.
Make the backing block from a piece of
scrap wood that is flat on both sides.
2.
Locate and mark the center of both the workpiece and the backing block.
3.
Drill a 1¼4" hole in the center of the backing block.
4.
Glue the center of the backing block to the center of the workpiece (look through the drilled hole to
line up centers), clamp the backing block to the workpiece, and wait for the glue to cure according
to the manufacturer’s recommendation.
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Sanding/Finishing
After turning, the workpiece can be sanded
(see example in Figure 28) and finished before
removing it from the lathe.
Wrapping the sandpaper
completely around the
workpiece, will pull your
hands into the moving
workpiece and may cause
injury. Never wrap sandpaper completely around
the workpiece!
Figure 28. Typical spindle sanding operation.
Whenever sanding or finishing on the Model
W1704, remove the tool rest holder to increase
personal safety and gain adequate working
room.
To remove the tool rest holder, do these
steps:
Figure 30. Lock nut that secures the tool
holder to the bed (lathe turned upside-down
for clarity).
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UNPLUG THE LATHE!
2.
Remove the tool rest from the holder, as
shown in Figure 29.
3.
Using a 12mm socket or wrench, remove the
lock nut (Figure 30) that is located under
the tool rest holder on the bottom side of
the bed.
4.
Pull the tool rest holder off the bed and
replace the lock nut on the threads, so that
it does not get lost.
OPERATIONS
Figure 29. Removing tool rest.
1.
MAINTENANCE
Make sure that your
machine is unplugged
during any maintenance
procedures
except
where instructed otherwise! If this warning
is ignored, serious personal injury may occur.
General
Figure 31. Cleaning/lubricating unpainted part
of the bed.
To ensure optimum performance from your
lathe, make a habit of inspecting it before each
use. Check for the following conditions and
repair or replace when necessary:
•
Loose mounting bolts.
•
Worn switch.
•
Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
•
Any other condition that could hamper the
safe operation of this machine.
Lubrication
Figure 32. Cleaning spindle tapers.
MAINTENANCE
Since all bearings are shielded and permanently
lubricated, simply leave them alone until they
need to be replaced. DO NOT lubricate them.
Lubricate the unpainted parts of the bed regularly (Figure 31) to prevent rust and ensure a
smooth sliding action from the tool post holder
and the tailstock. Your goal is to achieve adequate lubrication. However, too much lubrication will attract dirt and sawdust, which may
cause these components to lose their freedom
of movement.
In addition, clean the headstock and tailstock
barrel tapers (Figure 32) on a regular basis.
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53
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47
26
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58
27
55
22
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31
30
29
18
39
20
19
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40
16
14
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44
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56
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PARTS
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DESCRIPTION
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DESCRIPTION
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BED
RETAINING PLATE
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
HANDWHEEL
TAILSTOCK
T-LOCK KNOB BOLT M6-1 X 28
T-LOCK KNOB BOLT M6-1 X 18
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 60
SLEEVE
ECCENTRIC AXIS
TAILSTOCK
LIVE CENTER ASSEMBLY
SPUR CENTER
LOCK HANDLE
FACE PLATE
HEADSTOCK SPINDLE
BALL BEARING 6004ZZ
EXT RETAINING RING 40MM
EXT RETAINING RING 40MM
BALL BEARING 6004ZZ
HEADSTOCK
LOCK NUT M8-1.25
SPEED DIAL LABEL
HEADSTOCK SPINDLE NUT
OUTBOARD SPINDLE COVER
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 8
DUST MASK WARNING LABEL
SET SCREW M6-1 X 10
DRIVE PULLEY
BELT K-516
SET SCREW M6-1 X 10
MOTOR PULLEY
35
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POWER CORD
CIRCUIT BOARD W/BOX
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 8
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 35
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 18
MOTOR PLATE
MOTOR
MACHINE NAMEPLATE LABEL
EXT RETAINING RING 8MM
TOOL REST BASE
SPECIAL BOLT M8-1.25 X 32
PLATE
LOCK WASHER 8MM
SLEEVE
ECCENTRIC ROD
TOOL REST 7" (LARGE)
TOOL REST 4-1/2" (SMALL)
SPECIAL BOLT M8-1.25 X 32
PLATE
ELECTRICITY LABEL
LOCK HANDLE
UNPLUG MACHINE LABEL
LATHE WARNING LIST LABEL
READ MANUAL LABEL
SHOP FOX PADDLE SWITCH
FUSE 8A
VARIABLE SPEED DIAL SWITCH
FLAT WASHER 8MM
FLAT WASHER 10MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 15
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 14
CABLE HOLDER
PARTS
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TROUBLESHOOTING
POSSIBLE CAUSE
HOW TO REMEDY
Motor will not start.
1. Low voltage.
2. Open circuit in motor or loose connections.
3. Lathe switch fuse blown.
1. Check power line for proper voltage.
2. Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open connections.
3. Replace switch fuse located under threaded cap on the backside of the switch box.
Motor will not start; fuses or
circuit breakers blow.
1. Short circuit in line cord or plug.
1. Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted
wires.
2. Inspect all connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals or worn insulation.
3. Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
SYMPTOM
2. Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
3. Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers
in power line.
Motor overheats.
1. Motor overloaded.
2. Air circulation through the motor
restricted.
1. Reduce load on motor.
2. Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.
Motor stalls, resulting in blown
fuses or tripped circuit.
1. Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
2. Low voltage.
3. Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers
1. Inspect connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals
or worn insulation.
2 Correct the low voltage conditions.
3. Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
in power line.
4. Motor overloaded.
4. Reduce load on motor.
Machine slows or bogs down
when operating.
1. Motor overloaded.
2. Brushes worn.
1. Reduce load on motor.
2. Replace motor brushes.
Loud, repetitious noise coming
from machine
1. Pulley set screws are missing or
loose.
2. Motor fan is hitting the cover.
3. V-belt is defective.
1. Inspect pulley set screws. Replace or tighten if necessary.
Motor sounds like it is running,
but headstock spindle does not
spin.
1. V-belt broken or slipped off pulleys.
1. Inspect/replace the V-belt.
Tailstock will not push into
workpiece when handle is
turned.
1. Tailstock barrel lock not aligned
with catch slot in tailstock barrel.
1. Re-align tailstock barrel lock with catch slot in tailstock barrel, as described on page 15.
Tailstock or tool rest holder will not lock down tight
enough.
1. Lock nut needs to be tightened.
1. Tighten the lock nut as described on page 15.
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2. Tighten fan or shim cover.
3. Replace V-belt.
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3.
How did you learn about us?
_____ Advertisement
_____ Mail Order Catalog
_____ Friend
_____ Website
____ Local Store
____ Other:
How long have you been a woodworker/metalworker?
_____ 0-2 Years
_____ 2-8 Years
____ 8-20 Years
_____ 20+ Years
How many of your machines or tools are Shop Fox®?
_____ 0-2
_____ 3-5
____ 6-9
_____ 10+
4.
Do you think your machine represents a good value?
_____ Yes
____ No
5.
Would you recommend Shop Fox® products to a friend?
_____ Yes
____ No
6.
What is your age group?
_____ 20-29
_____ 50-59
7.
8.
What is your annual household income?
_____ $20,000-$29,000
_____ $30,000-$39,000
_____ $50,000-$59,000
_____ $60,000-$69,000
____ 40-49
____ 70+
____ $40,000-$49,000
____ $70,000+
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to?
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
9.
_____ 30-39
_____ 60-69
Cabinet Maker
Family Handyman
Hand Loader
Handy
Home Shop Machinist
Journal of Light Cont.
Live Steam
Model Airplane News
Modeltec
Old House Journal
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
Popular Mechanics
Popular Science
Popular Woodworking
Practical Homeowner
Precision Shooter
Projects in Metal
RC Modeler
RiÁe
Shop Notes
Shotgun News
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
Today’s Homeowner
Wood
Wooden Boat
Woodshop News
Woodsmith
Woodwork
Woodworker West
Woodworker’s Journal
Other:
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