403 16" Trade Bandsaw 503 20" Trade Bandsaw 603 24

403 16" Trade Bandsaw 503 20" Trade Bandsaw 603 24
Original Instruction Manual
403 16" Trade Bandsaw
503 20" Trade Bandsaw
603 24" Trade Bandsaw
Version 3.2
June 2015
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Always wear safety glasses when
using woodworking equipment.
Always read the instructions
provided before using
woodworking equipment.
Important
For your safety read instructions carefully before
assembling or using this product.
Save this manual for future reference.
Contents
1
Explanation of Symbols
2
General Health and Safety Guidance
3
Additional Health and Safety Guidance for Bandsaws
4
Features of the 403, 503 and 603 Bandsaws
5
Specifications
6
Dust Extraction
7
Installation and Operation
8
Operation and Bandsawing Practice
9
Maintenance
10 Troubleshooting
11 Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
12 Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
13 Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
14 Electrical Connection and Wiring Diagrams
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EU Declaration of Conformity
1. Explanation of Symbols
THE SYMBOLS AND THEIR MEANINGS SHOWN BELOW MAY BE USED THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU
TAKE THE APPROPRIATE ACTION WHEREVER THE WARNINGS ARE USED.
Mandatory
Instructions
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Read and fully understand the instruction manual
before attempting to use the machine.
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Wear protective eyewear
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Use hearing protection
Use suitable protective footwear
Use protective work gloves
Warning
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damage to the machine
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from electrical shock
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2. General Health and Safety Guidance
Ensure that you carefully read and fully understand the
instructions in this manual before assembly, installation and use
of this product. Keep these instructions in a safe place for future
reference.
WARNING: for your own safety, do not attempt to operate this machine
until it is completely assembled and installed according to these
instructions.
WARNING: When using any machine, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and
personal injury.
Safe Operation
1. Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
•The operation of any machine can result in foreign objects being thrown
into your eyes, which can result in severe eye damage. Protective eyewear
or other suitable eye protection or face shield should be used at all
times. Everyday spectacles only have impact resistant lenses. They are not
protective eyewear and do not give additional lateral protection.
•Use respiratory protective equipment (dust mask etc.) if the machining
operation creates dust. Exposure to high levels of dust created by
machining hardwoods, softwoods and man made composite boards can
result in serious health problems. Some imported hardwoods give off
highly irritating dust, which can cause a burning sensation. The use of
respiratory protective equipment should not be seen as an alternative to
controlling the risk of exposure at source by using adequate dust
extraction equipment.
•The use of ear plugs or ear defenders is recommended when the machine
is in use, particularly if the noise level exceeds 85 dB.
•Wear suitable protective gloves when handling cutting tools or blades.
Gloves should NOT be worn when using the machine as they can be
caught in moving parts of the machine.
•Non-slip safety footwear is recommended when using the machine and
handling large work pieces.
2. Dress appropriately
•Do not wear loose clothing, neckties or jewellery; they can be caught in
moving parts of the machine.
• Roll up long sleeves above the elbow.
• Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
3. Safety warnings
• Find and read any warning labels on the machine
•It is important that any labels bearing health and safety warnings are
not removed, defaced or covered. Replacement labels can be obtained by
contacting our Customer Service Department.
4. Familiarise yourself with the machine
•If you are not thoroughly familiar with the operation of this machine,
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.
5. Take care when moving or positioning the machine
•Some machines can be very heavy. Ensure the floor of the area
in which the machine is to be used is capable of supporting
the machine.
•The machine and its various components can be heavy.
Always adopt a safe lifting technique and seek assistance when lifting
heavy components. In some cases it may be necessary to use mechanical
handling equipment to position the machine within the work area.
are of adequate specification.
6. The machine should be level and stable at all times
•When using a leg stand or cabinet base that is designed to be fitted to
the machine, always ensure that it is securely fastened to the machine
using the fixings provided.
•If the machine is suitable to be used on a workbench, ensure that the
workbench is well constructed and capable of withstanding the weight
of the machine. The machine should always be securely fastened to the
workbench with appropriate fixings.
•Where possible, floor standing machines should always be secured to the
floor with fixings appropriate to the structure of the floor.
•The floor surface should be sound and level. All of the feet of the
machine should make contact with the floor surface. If they do not, either
re-locate the machine to a more suitable position or use packing shims
between the feet and the floor surface to ensure the machine is stable.
7. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches
•Ensure that all adjusting wrenches and keys are removed before
switching the machine ‘ON’. There is a risk of severe personal injury or
damage to the machine from airborne objects.
8. Before switching the machine ‘ON’
• Clear the machine table of all objects (tools, scrap pieces etc.)
•Make sure there is no debris between the work piece and the
table / work support.
•Ensure that the work piece is not pressed against, or touching the saw
blade or cutting tool.
•Check all clamps, work holding devices and fences to ensure that they
are secure and cannot move during machining operations.
•Plan the way that you will hold and feed the work piece for the entire
machining operation.
9. Whilst machining
•Before starting work, watch the machine while it runs. If it makes
an unfamiliar noise or vibrates excessively, switch the machine ‘OFF’
immediately and disconnect it from the power supply. Do not restart until
finding and correcting the source of the problem.
10. Keep the work area clear
•Working clearances can be thought of as the distances between
machines and obstacles that allow safe operation of every machine
without limitation. Consider existing and anticipated machine needs, size
of material to be processed through each machine and space for auxiliary
stands and/or work tables. Also consider the relative position of each
machine to one another for efficient material handling. Be sure to allow
yourself sufficient room to safely operate your machines in any
foreseeable operation.
•Cluttered work areas and benches create the risk of accidents. Keep
benches clear and tidy away tools that are not in use.
•Ensure that the floor area is kept clean and clear of any dust and debris
that may create trip or slip hazards.
11. Consider the work area environment
• Do not expose the machine to rain or damp conditions.
•Keep the work area well lit and ensure that there is artificial lighting
available when there is insufficient natural light to effectively light the
work area. Lighting should be bright enough to eliminate shadow and
prevent eye strain.
•Do not use the machine in explosive environments eg. in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust.
•Some machines have optional wheel kits available to allow them to be
manoeuvred around the workshop as required. Care should be taken to
install these according to the instructions provided.
•The presence of high levels of dust created by machining wood can
present a risk of fire or explosion. Always use dust extraction equipment
to minimise the risk.
•Due to the nature of the design of some machines the centre of gravity
will be high making them unstable when moved. Extreme care should be
taken when moving any machine.
12. Keep other persons away (and pets)
• The machine is designed to be used by one person only.
• If transportation of the machine is required then all precautions relating
to the installation and handling of the machine apply. In addition, ensure
that any vehicles or manual handling equipment used for transportation
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•Do not let persons, especially children, touch the machine or extension
cable (if used) and keep visitors away from the work area.
•Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power supply off
and do not leave the machine unattended until it comes to a
2. General Health and Safety Guidance
complete stop.
•If the work area is to be left unattended, all machinery should be
switched ‘OFF’ and isolated from the mains power supply.
13. Store machines safely when not in use
•When not in use, machines should be stored in a dry place, out of reach
of children. Do not allow persons unfamiliar with these instructions or
with the machine to operate it.
14. Do not overreach
•Choose a working position that allows your body to remain balanced and
feed the work piece in to the machine without overreaching.
• Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
15. Electrical supply
•Electrical circuits should be dedicated to each machine or large enough to
handle combined motor amp loads. Power outlets should be located near
each machine so that power or extension cables are not obstructing hightraffic areas. Observe local electrical guidelines for proper installation of
new lighting, power outlets, or circuits.
• The machine must be connected to an earthed power supply.
•The power supply must be equipped with a circuit breaker that provides
short circuit, overload and earth leakage protection.
•The voltage of the machine must correspond to the voltage of the mains
power supply.
•The mains plug fitted to the machine should always match the power
outlet. Do not modify the plug in any way. If a replacement plug is
required it should be fitted by a competent person and of the correct type
and rating for the machine.
•If you are unsure about any electrical connections always consult a
qualified electrician.
16. Avoid unintentional starting of the machine
•Most machines are fitted with a no-volt release (NVR) switch to prevent
unintentional starting. If in doubt always ensure the machine switch
is in the ‘OFF’ position before connecting it to the power supply. This
means the machine will not automatically start up after a power cut or
switching on of the power supply, unless you first reset the start switch.
17. Outdoor use
• Your machine should not be used outdoors.
18. Extension cables
•Whenever possible, the use of extension cables is not recommended.
If the use of an extension cable is unavoidable, then it should have a
minimum core cross section of 2.5 mm² and limited to a maximum length
of 3 metres.
•Extension cables should be routed away from the direct working area to
prevent a trip hazard.
19. Guard against electric shock
•Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces such as pipes
and radiators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is
earthed or grounded.
20. Always work within the machine’s intended capacities
•Operator safety and machine performance are seriously adversely
affected if attempts to make the machine perform beyond its limits are
made.
21. Do not abuse the power cable
•Never pull the power cable to disconnect it from the power socket.
Always use the plug.
• Keep the power cable away from heat, oil and sharp edges.
• Do not use the power cable for carrying or moving the machine.
22. Secure the work piece
•Ensure that the work piece is securely held before starting to machine it.
•When working within 300 mm of the machining area, always use a push
stick to feed the work piece in to the blade or cutting tool. The push stick
should have a minimum length of 400 mm. If the push stick becomes
damaged, replace it immediately.
•Use extra supports (roller support stands etc.) for any work pieces large
enough to tip when not held down to the table top.
•Do not use another person as a substitute for a table extension, or as
additional support for a work piece that is longer or wider than the basic
table, or to help feed, support, or pull the work piece.
• Do not attempt to machine more than one work piece at a time.
•When feeding the work piece towards the blade or cutting tool never
position your hands in direct line of the cutting path. Avoid awkward
operations and hand positions where a sudden slip could cause your
hand or fingers to move into the machining area.
23. Stay alert
•Safety is a combination of operator common sense and alertness at all
times when the machine is being used.
•Use all machines with extreme care and do not use the machine when
you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication.
24. Use the correct tool for the job
•Do not use the machine for any purpose other than which it
was designed.
•When selecting replacement cutting tools and blades, always ensure that
they are designed to cut the material that you intend to use them for. If
in any doubt seek further advice from the manufacturer.
25. Connect dust extraction equipment
•Always use dust extraction equipment. The dust extractor should be of
suitable size and capacity for the machine that it is connected to and
have a filtration level appropriate to the type of waste being collected.
Refer to the relevant section of the manual for details of the specific dust
extraction requirements for this machine.
•The dust extractor should be switched ‘ON’ before starting the machine
that it is connected to. The dust extractor should be left running for 30
seconds after the last machining operation is complete in order to clear
any residual waste from the machine.
26. Ensure that the machine is correctly guarded
•Never use the machine if any of the standard safety guards and
equipment are removed or damaged.
•Some machines incorporate safety interlocks to prevent the machine
from being used without the guards in place. Never attempt to bypass or
modify the interlocks to allow the machine to be used without the guards
in place.
27. Maintain your machine with care
•This manual gives clear instructions on installation, set up and
operation of the machine and also details any routine and preventative
maintenance that should be performed periodically by the user.
•Remember always to switch off and unplug the machine from the power
supply before carrying out any setting up or maintenance operations.
•Follow any instructions for the maintenance of accessories
and consumables.
•Do not use compressed air to clean the machine. Always use a brush to
dislodge dust in places that are awkward to reach and a dust extractor to
collect the waste.
•Inspect electric cables periodically and, if damaged, have them replaced
by an authorised service facility or qualified electrician.
•Inspect extension cables (if used) periodically and replace if damaged.
28. Keep cutting tools sharp and clean
•Correctly maintained cutting tools are easier to control and less likely
to bind.
•Cutting tools and blades can become hot during use. Take extreme care
when handling them and always allow them to cool before changing,
adjusting or sharpening them.
29. Disconnect the machine from the power supply
•When not in use, before servicing, changing blades etc. always disconnect
the machine from the power supply.
30. Check for damaged parts
•Before each 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
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2. General Health and Safety Guidance
of parts and any other conditions that may affect the operation of
the machine.
•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.
•Do not use the machine if the switch does not turn the machine ‘ON’
and ‘OFF’.
• Have defective switches replaced by a qualified person.
31. 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 or damage to the machine and invalidation of
the warranty.
32. Have your machine repaired by a qualified person
•This machine complies with the relevant safety rules and standards
appropriate to its type when used in accordance with these instructions
and with all of the standard safety guards and equipment in place. Only
qualified persons using original spare parts should carry out repairs.
Failure to do this may result in considerable danger to the user and
invalidation of warranty.
33. Caution! Motor may become hot during use
• It is normal for motors on some machines to become hot to the touch
during use. Avoid touching the motor directly when in use.
3. Additional Health and Safety Guidance for Bandsaws
Safe Operation
1. Familiarise yourself with the machine
• Machining operations using bandsaws have a history of serious accidents.
Most result from contact with the moving blade while presenting material
to the blade or moving it from the table. Other minor accidents can occur
whilst setting, cleaning, adjusting or maintaining the machine.
• The machine is designed for cutting wood and composite board (plywood,
MDF etc.). Certain plastics can also be cut using a suitable blade.
2. Before switching the machine ‘ON’
• Ensure that the blade is correctly tensioned and aligned on the
bandwheels and the blade guides are correctly adjusted.
• Ensure that the teeth of the blade are pointing downwards.
• Check the condition of the blade to ensure that no teeth are missing,
damaged or deformed and the blade is not cracked or split. If any of
these conditions apply, replace the blade immediately.
• Ensure that the saw blade type and width are suitable for the material to
be cut.
• Check that the blade width is within the minimum and maximum
permitted on the machine and that the thickness of the blade is suitable
for the diameter of the wheel.
• Some machines have more than one cutting speed. For most wood
cutting applications the faster of the speeds should be used.
• Check the condition of the table insert. Replace it immediately if it is
damaged or showing signs of wear.
• Adjust the guard as close as possible to the work piece being cut.
• Check that access doors are fully closed and that the latches are secure.
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3. Whilst machining
• Never apply sideways pressure to the blade as this may cause the blade
to break.
• Care must be taken when cutting wood with knots, nails or cracks in
it and / or dirt on it, as these can cause the blade to get stuck. If this
happens, switch the machine ‘OFF’ immediately and follow the procedure
detailed in the manual to remove the blade from the work piece.
•If cutting cylindrical timber use a suitable jig to prevent twisting of the
work piece.
4. This machine falls under the scope of the ‘Health and Safety at Work
etc. Act 1974’, and the ‘Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations
1998’. In addition the elimination or control of risks from wood dust is
included in the above regulations and the ‘Control of Substances Hazardous
to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002’. We recommend that you study and
follow these regulations.
Further guidance can be found in the ‘Safety in the use of narrow bandsaws
– Woodworking sheet No.31’ and the ‘Safe use of woodworking machinery’
code of practice booklet (L114) published by Health and Safety Executive
and available from their website www.hse.gov.uk.
4. Features of the 403, 503 and 603 Bandsaws
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2
10
3
9
4
8
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Upper wheel
Upper guide lifting handwheel
Upper guide
Rip fence assembly
Table
Dust port
Lower wheel
Lower door
Switch with electric brake
Upper door
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5. Specifications
Model
Motor voltage
Current
Motor power output
Blade length
Blade width
Max. cut depth
Throat width
Blade speed
Table size
Table tilt
Dust port diameter
Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Sound Power Level
403/UK1
230 V / 50 Hz
9 A
1.5 kW
3531 mm
6 - 30 mm
280 mm
390 mm
1100 m/min
578 x 420 mm
0 - 45°
100 mm
166 kg
No Load
< 80 dB(A)
< 90 dB(A)
403/UK3
400 V / 50 Hz
4.8 A
2.2 kW
3531 mm
6 - 30 mm
280 mm
390 mm
1100 m/min
578 x 420 mm
0 - 45°
100 mm
166 kg
503/UK3
400 V / 50 Hz
7 A
3 kW
3962mm
6 - 30 mm
335 mm
480 mm
1500 m/min
633 x 485 mm
0 - 45°
100 mm
227 kg
603/UK3
400 V / 50 Hz
8.2 A
4 kW
4470 mm
10 - 35 mm
370 mm
580 mm
1500 m/min
700 x 608 mm
0 - 22.5º
100 mm
342 kg
Load
< 90 dB(A)
< 100 dB(A)
6. Dust Extraction
All bandsaws should be used only with suitable dust extraction equipment connected.
The minimum advisable air speed is 20 m/s for wood with a humidity of less than 12%. For wood with greater humidity it is advisable to increase the air
speed to 25-28 m/s.
Capacity: Approximately 600 m3/h.
Pressure drop at each dust extraction connection outlet at the conveying air velocity: 530 Pa.
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7. Installation and Operation
Installation Zone Characteristics
WARNING
It is prohibited to install the machine in explosive environments.
The installation zone must be selected evaluating the work space required
depending on the dimension of the 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 chip-suction system connection shall be closeto the selected machine
setting and it must be conveniently lighted.
Lifting
The machine can be lifted using a fork-lift truck, placing the forks under the
feet or by using a “SLING”, as shown in Fig 7.1, with a lifting capability of
2000 Kg.
Sling 2000 kg
Timber
Fig 7.1
Positioning The Machine
For correct and rational organisation of the work area:
• Install the machine in an area that will not amplify vibration or noise
• Verify that the work area is adequately illuminated.
• When placed between other machinery there should be a space of at least
80 cm. It is necessary to anticipate sufficient space for cutting long work
pieces traversly and for the fitting of rollers or other types of support,in
front and at the rear of the table.
There are four holes for fixing the machine to the floor. When fixing to the
floor it is recommended not to over tighten the fixtures to avoid increasing
vibration.It is also advisable to place anti-vibration materials between the
floor and the feet of the machine.
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7. Installation and Operation
4.4
MOUNTING
4.4 BLADE
BLADE
MOUNTING
Blade
Mounting and
Adjustment
AND
AND ADJUSTMENT
ADJUSTMENT
-- To
mount
blade
first
remove
the table
insert
(A of
To
mount
blade
firstremove
remove
table
insert
ofA)FIG.4.4.1)
FIG.4.4.1)
To
mount
the
bladeonto
first
thethe
table
insert
(Fig (A
7.2,
Place
the
Place
the
blade
the
bandwheel
checking
the
teeth
are
Place
the
blade
onto
the
bandwheel
checking
the
teeth
are and
blade
onto
the
bandwheel
checking
the
teeth
are
in
a
correct
position,
in
correct
position,
and
then tighten
tension
using
the
in a
a tighten
correctthe
position,
and
tighten the
the
tension
using
the
then
tension
usingthen
theThe
handwheel
(Fig
7.3, A).
The is
correct
handwheel
(A
of
FIG.4.4.2).
correct
tension
value
handwheel
(A
of
FIG.4.4.2).
The
correct
tension
value
is
tension
value
is
indicated
on
the
tension
scale
inside
the
upper
door,
the
indicated
on
tension
scale
inside
upper
door,
indicatedvalue
on the
the
tension to
scale
insideofthe
the
upper
door, the
the
indicated
corresponds
the
width
the
blade.
indicated
indicated value
value corresponds
corresponds to
to the
the width
width of
of the
the blade.
blade.
Turn
thethe
bandwheels
manually,
checking
that the blade
does not interfere
-- Turn
bandwheels
manually,
checking
that
does
Turn
the
bandwheels
manually,
checking
that the
theonblade
blade
does
with
any
fixed
parts
and
that
the
blade
is
placed
correctly
the
not
interfere
with
any
fixed
parts
and
that
the
blade
is
placed
not interfereThe
with
anyoffixed
partsshould
and that
theprotrude
blade isover
placed
bandwheels.
points
the
teeth
slightly
the
edge
correctly
on
The
points
the
teeth
correctly
on the
the bandwheels.
bandwheels.
The position
points of
of
the
teeth should
should
of
the
bandwheels.
To
adjust
the
blade
on
the
bandwheels
slacken
slightly
protrude
over
the
edge of
bandwheels.
To
the
slightly
protrude
over
the
of the
the
bandwheels.
To adjust
adjust
the
the
locking
lever on
(Fig
7.3,bandwheels
B),edge
and then
turn
the knob
(Fig
7.3,
C): theB
blade
position
the
slacken
the
locking
lever(
blade
position
on
the
bandwheels
slacken
the
locking
lever(
B
blade
will move and
inwards
when
the knob clockwise
and thethe
blade
will
of
then
turnturn
the
of
blade
of FIG.4.4.2),
FIG.4.4.2),
then
the knob(C
knob(C
of FIG.4.4.2):
FIG.4.4.2):
theone
blade
move
furtherinwards
outand
when
turnturn
the
knob
anticlockwise;
A quarter
of
circle
will
move
when
turn
the
knob
clockwise
and
the
blade
will
move inwards
turn displacement.
the knob clockwise
and
the blade
is
sufficient
to make out
awhen
noticeable
Tighten
the
locking
lever
will
move
further
when
turn
the
knob
anticlockwise;
A
will
move
further
out
when
turn
the
knob
anticlockwise;
A quarter
quarter
after
the
blade
is
positioned
correctly.
of
of one
one circle
circle is
is sufficient
sufficient to
to make
make a
a noticeable
noticeable displacement.
displacement.
Tighten
the
locking
lever
after
the
blade
is positioned
correctly.
Tighten
the
locking
lever
after
the
blade
positioned
correctly.
Reinstall the table insert, close the band wheelsisaccessing
doors.
A
A
A
Fig 7.2
Fig.4.4.1
Fig.4.4.1
-- Then
Then reinstall
reinstall the
the table
table insert,
insert, close
close the
the band
band wheels
wheels accessing
accessing
doors.
doors. CAUTION
After use we recommend slackening the blade tension, and to display a
visible sign on the machine advising of this procedure.
CAUTION
Remeber toCAUTION
check and re-tension before use. This operation prevents
damage
to
the
bandwheel tyres.
After
After use
use we
we recommend
recommend slackening
slackening the
the blade
blade tension,
tension, and
and to
to
the
machine
advising
of
this
procedure.
display
a
visible
sign
on
display a visible sign on the machine advising of this procedure.
Remeber
Remeber to
to check
check and
and re-tension
re-tension before
before use.
use. This
This operation
operation
prevents
damage
to
the
bandwheel
tyres.
prevents damage to the bandwheel tyres.
F
F
F
D
D
D
B
B
B
C
C
C
E
E
E
Fig 7.3
A
A
A
Fig.4.4.2
Fig.4.4.2
4.5 SETTING BLADE GUARD &
& GUIDE
GUIDE
4.5 SETTING
BLADE
GUARD
Setting
the Blade Guard
and Guides
AJUSTING
THE
SAW
BLADE
GUARD
AJUSTINGthe
THE
SAW
BLADE
Adjusting
Saw
Blade
GuardGUARD
The
adjustable
saw
band
guard
should be
as close
Theadjustable
adjustable
be positioned
positioned
close to
The
sawsaw
bandband
guardguard
shouldshould
be positioned
as close asaspossible
as
possible
to
the
workpiece.
To
adjust
the
height,
release
the
as possible
workpiece.
adjustthe
the
height,
release
theD)
the
work piece.toTothe
adjust
the height,Torelease
locking
knob
(Fig 7.3,
locking
knob(D
of
Fig.4.4.2
)) and
turn
the
handwheel
(E
of
locking
knob(D
of
Fig.4.4.2
and
turn
the
handwheel
(E
of
and turn the hand wheel (Fig 7.3, E) to move the guard up or down. Lock
Fig.4.4.2)
to
adjust
the
guard
up
Lock
the
knob
Fig.4.4.2)
to the
adjust
theguard
guard
up or
or isdown.
down.
Lock
the
knob once
once
the
knob once
correct
position
obtained.
This
operation
must
the
correct
position
of
guard
is
obtained.
the correct
position
of guard
is obtained.
always
be carried
out when
the machine
has stopped.
This operation
operation must
must always
always be
be carried
carried out
out while
while the
the machine
machine is
is
This
stopped.
stopped.
Roller
Bearings Blade Guide
The roller bearings should lightly touch the blade, to prevent vibration
ROLLER
BEARINGS
BLADE
GUIDE
ROLLER
BEARINGS
BLADE
GUIDE
during
operation
and ensure
the correct
cutting direction. The positioning
The
roller
bearings
should
lightly
touch the
blade,
to prevent
The
roller
bearings
shouldby
lightly
the7.4.
blade,
prevent
of
these
bearings
is controlled
screwtouch
A of Fig
Oncetothey
have been
vibration
during
operation
and
ensure
correct
direction
of
vibrationtighten
duringscrew
operation
ensure
correct
direction
adjusted,
A. Theyand
should
be 2 mm
behind
the teethofof the
cutting.
The positioning
of
bearings
is
by
screw
cutting.
of these
these
bearings
is controlled
controlled
bythe
screw
blade.
TheThe
rear positioning
bearing prevents
excessive
backward
movement of
blade
“A”(Fig.4.5.1),
once
they
have
been
adjusted,
tighten
the
screw
“A”(Fig.4.5.1),
once
they
have
been
adjusted,
tighten
the
screw
during operation and should be 1 - 2 mm from the back of the blade. This
“A”(Fig.4.5.1);
they
should
be
2mm
behind the teeth of the
“A”(Fig.4.5.1);
they screw
should
beFig
2mm
can
be adjusted using
B of
7.4.behind the teeth of the
blade.The
rear
bearing
prevents
excessive
blade.The rear bearing prevents excessive backward
backward movement
movement
of the
the blade
blade whilst
whilst in
in operation
operation ,, and
and should
should be
be 1-2
1-2 mm
mm from
from the
the
of
Lower Saw Blade Guide
back
of
blade:
this
can
adjusted
by
srew
“B”(Fig.4.5.1).
back
of the
the
blade:
this lightly
can be
be
adjusted
by to
srew
“B”(Fig.4.5.1).
The
roller
bearings
should
touch
the blade
prevent
vibration during
operation and ensure the correct cutting direction. The positioning of these
rollers
is controlled
by screw A of Fig 7.5. Once adjusted, tighten screw
LOWER
LOWER SAW
SAW BLADE
BLADE GUIDE
GUIDE
A.
They
should
be 2 mm
behind the teeth
of the blade.
The thrust
shaft
-- To
roller
bearing
To roller bearing should
should lightly
lightly touch
touch the
the blade,
blade, to
to prevent
prevent
prevents
excessive
backwards
movement
of the
bladedirection
during operation
and
vibration
during
operation
and
ensure
correct
of
vibration during operation and ensure correct direction of
should
beThe
1 - 2positioning
mm from theofback
of the
blade.isThis
can be adjusted
using
cutting.
these
rollers
controlled
by
screw
cutting. The positioning of these rollers is controlled by screw
screw
B of Fig 7.5.
“A”(Fig.4.5.2),
“A”(Fig.4.5.2), once
once they
they have
have been
been adjusted,
adjusted, tighten
tighten the
the screw
screw
2
mm
behind
the
teeth
of
“A”(Fig.4.5.2);
they
should
be
the
“A”(Fig.4.5.2); they should be 2 mm behind the teeth of the
blade.The
blade.The thrust
thrust shaftprevents
shaftprevents excessive
excessive backward
backward movement
movement
of
the
blade
whilst
in
operation
,
and
should
of the blade whilst in operation , and should be
be 1-2
1-2 mm
mm from
from the
the
back
of
the
blade:
this
can
be
adjusted
by
srew
“B”(Fig.4.5.2).
back of the blade: this can be adjusted by srew “B”(Fig.4.5.2).
B
B
Fig 7.4
Fig.4.5.1
Fig.4.5.1
B
B
A
A
A
A
Fig 7.5
10
A
A
A
A
Fig.4.5.2
Fig.4.5.2
7. Installation and Operation
Tilting The Work Table of the 403 and 503
The table may be set at 90º to the blade by adjusting the table stop screw
beneath the table. The table stop screw rests on the top of the lower
wheel bandwheel housing. By first slackening the locking nut A of Fig 7.6
and then adjusting the screw B of Fig 7.6, the table can be set correctly.
Retighten the locking nut A making sure that the setting is maintained.
B
To make adjustments of table tilting, slackening the locking handle D of Fig
7.6 and rotate the shaft C of Fig 7.6 with the special handle found in the
loose parts bag supplied with the machine. When adjustment is complete,
tighten the handle D of Fig 7.6 to lock it.
A
C
D
Fig 7.6
Tilting the Work Table of the 603
The table may be set at 90º to the blade by adjusting the table stop screw
beneath the table. The table stop screw rests on the top of the lower
wheel bandwheel housing. By first slackening the locking nut A of Fig 7.7
and then adjusting the screw B of Fig 7.7, the table can be set correctly.
Retighten the locking nut A making sure that the setting is maintained.
B
To make adjustments of table tilting, slackening bolt C of Fig 7.7. When
adjustment is correctly finished, tighten the handle D of Fig 7.7 to lock it.
A
C
Fig 7.7
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8. Operation and Bandsawing Practice
Basic Bandsawing Principles
• The blade cuts on a continuous down stroke.
• Slowly feed the workpiece towards the blade, using only light pressure
whilst letting the blade do the cutting. Always use a push stick and
take care.
• Firmly hold the workpiece and feed it towards the blade slowly, using the
push stick and keeping your hands well away from the blade.
• For best results the blade must be sharp. Damaged or worn blades should
always be replaced.
• Select the correct blade for the job, depending on the thickness of the
wood and the cut to be made (see blade selection).
• For straight cutting use the rip fence supplied.
• When cutting shapes, follow the design marked out by pushing and
turning the workpiece evenly. Do not attempt to turn the workpiece
without pushing it, as this may cause the workpiece to get stuck, or the
blade to bend.
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CAUTION! Particular care should be taken towards the end of the cut
as there will be a sudden decrease in resistance and care must be taken
to stop hands from being thrown towards the blade. Always use a push
stick.
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Always ensure that your machine is properly maintained and clean. Before
commencing work on an important project, it is advisable to familiarise
yourself with the operation of the equipment by practising on low value or
scrap materials.
Complicated Cutting
Very complicated cuts and small radius curves are the best accomplished
with the aid of pre-drilled holes combined with a few tangential or radial
cuts. This technique will achieve excellent results without putting undue
tension on the blade and blade guide assembly.
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WARNING! In circumstances such as cutting deep or wet timber, the
work piece may close up behind the blade causing it to stall. In the
event that the blade stalls whilst cutting, ease the work piece backwards
slightly, to release feed pressure from the blade. Allow the blade to reach
full speed before continuingi to feed the work piece in to the blade. If the
blade fails to move when feed pressure is released, immediately switch
off the machine and disconnect the power supply before attempting to
free the blade from the work piece.
WARNING! If any component of the machine fails whilst in use or if the
blade should break whilst the machine is running, immediately switch off
the machine and disconnect from the power supply. Remove the faulty
component and replace only with genuine Record Power replacement
parts. Any electrical components
should only be replaced by a suitably
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qualified person. To replace a broken blade, please refer to the section
of this manual entitled “Band saw Blade Set Up”. Always remember to
fully release the blade tension mechanism before attempting to fit a new
blade. If you are in any doubt about using the machine following a failure
or if you need to order replacement spare parts or blades, please contact
customer services in your country.
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Restarting
In the Event of a Blockage or if the Machine Stalls
If the bandsaw stalls due to the blade becoming trapped in the work piece,
switch it off immediately by pressing the emergency stop button and wait
for the machine to come to a complete stop before proceeding further.
If the blade is trapped within the work piece, it may be necessary to prize
the work piece apart slightly using a suitable lever in order to free the
blade. If it is not possible to free the blade using this method, then it may
be necessary to cut the blade using suitable side cutters or tin snips.
Replace the blade if necessary and ensure that it is correctly tracked and
tensioned and that both doors of the bandsaw are fully closed and secured
before attempting to re-start the machine.
To re-start the machine, press the green button marked ‘I’ on the switch.
In the Event of a Power Failure
The bandsaw is fitted with a no volt release (NVR) switch to protect the
user against automatic starting of the machine when power is restored after
a power failure.
In the event of a power failure, first locate and rectify the source of the
failure. If the fault is within the power circuit of the workshop, there may be
an underlying cause (circuit overload etc.) that should be investigated by a
qualified electrician, before attempting to restore the power source.
If a cutting operation was taking place when the power supply was
interrupted, then it may be necessary to free the blade from the work piece
before attempting to re-start the machine.
Once the power is restored, the machine can be re-started by pressing the
green button marked ‘I’ on the switch.
Blade Selection (TPI)
The selection of the best blade configuration (see the table below) is
necessary for optimum cutting performance.
• Correct blade choice is primarily dependant on two factors: material
thickness and material type.
• Greater TPI should be selected as material thickness decreases.
• However, if the TPI is too great, the tooth loading will be insufficient to
enable penetration; and cutting. The teeth will also rapidly lose
their sharpness.
• For thicker material a lower TPI should be used otherwise the gullet will
not be sufficient to clear the waste and the blade will stall or burn
the wood.
• In general a minimum of 3 teeth should be in contact with the wood at
all times during cutting.
The accompanying blade selection chart (see the table below) gives
guidance on the TPI that should give the best results when cutting a variety
of material types and thickness. The table below provides recommendations
on selecting the correct blade for a variety of commonly used materials. If
in doubt about any aspects of blade selection contact Customer Services in
your country.
The table provides a guide to selection only. Exact tooth configurations
are not always available, nor are all blade configurations covered, but the
principles remain the same.
For special applications, custom blades can be supplied please call Customer
Services in your country and we can advise you accordingly on your specific
needs.
8. Operation and Bandsawing Practice
Blade Selection (TPI) - Cont.
Material
Perspex
Material Thickness
<6 mm
6-12 mm
16 TPI
14 TPI
12-25 mm
-
Chipboard
-
6 TPI
3-6 TPI
Fibre board
16 TPI
14 TPI
-
Hardboard
10 TPI
-
-
Plywood
10 TPI
8 TPI
6 TPI
Strawboard
14 TPI
10 TPI
-
Cork
14 TPI
6 TPI
3 TPI Leather
14 TPI
-
-
-
Rubber
10 TPI
8 TPI
-
-
Wood -log
-
-
-
3-4 TPI
Wood -soft 6 TPI
3-6 TPI
3-4 TPI
3-4 TPI
Wood -hard
6 TPI
3-6 TPI
3-4 TPI
3-4 TPI
Wood -wet
-
-
-
3-4 TPI
>25mm
3-4 TPI
3-4 TPI
3-4 TPI
Having selected an appropriate blade for the particular thickness and type
of material to be sawn, it is essential that the saw blade is allowed to cut
freely by not applying too much pressure.
• The need for excessive pressure is likely to be a result of the incorrect
blade selection or a worn blade and will result in inaccurate cutting and
possibly blade breakage.
Blade Selection (Width)
• When cutting shapes, the width of the blade limits the minimum radius
that can be cut.
• If the blade is too wide for the cutting radius the blade will twist and
possibly jam or break.
• The smaller the radius the narrower the blade has to be.
The diagram below provides guidance on the minimum radius to be cut
with the most commonly used blade widths.
Blade width: 1/2”
Min radius: 31/4”
Blade width: 3/8”
Min radius: 21/2”
Blade width: 1/4”
Min radius: 11/16”
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8. Operation and Bandsawing Practice
Blade Selection Summary
To see how TPI and width of the blade come together, use the table
opposite for reference.
• Regularly examine the blade for excessive damage or cracking as a result
of fatigue. If such damage is present replace the blade.
• It is important to use a sharp blade. Dull teeth result in increased feed
pressure producing a poor quality finish and an inaccurate cut.
Note: As well as the blades listed, we can also supply bandsaw blades
to almost any specification please call Startrite Customer Services in your
country.
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Startrite Blade Range
Startrite's high performance bandsaw blades
are manufactured to the highest quality
tolerances using a specialist premium high
carbon steel strip.
The extensive quality control program which
involves digital tooth profile checks, set
analysis, straightness testing, hardness testing
and micro structural analysis results in a blade
that cuts straighter and has harder, longer
lasting teeth. A premium British blade that can
last up to ten times longer than other blades
on the market. To order any of these blades
please contact Startrite Customer Services
in your country who will advise you of your
nearest retailer or alternatively a mail
order supplier.
Custom Jigs and Work Support
A bandsaw is one of the most versatile machines in the workshop and with
careful preparation many problems encountered on a job can be overcome.
By making and using custom jigs repetitive and accurate work can easily be
achieved, the following illustrations are some examples of typical jigs and
supports used on a bandsaw.
Ex. 1. Supporting large workpieces with roller stands or take off tables.
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8. Operation and Bandsawing Practice
Ex. 2. Always support round pieces with a wedge or vee block. Take extreme
care as there is a danger that if the work is not secured properly the blade
will snatch the work piece, potentially causing it to spin or bounce back at
you.
Ex. 5. Jig for accurate repetitive wedges.
Ex. 3. Use a side pressure pad for accurate cutting of taller material.
Ex. 6. By mounting a registration pin on a slide repetitive circles
can easily be achieved.
Ex. 4. Chamfered pieces can be cut squarely using an additional support jig
on the opposite side of the work piece to the fence.
Ex. 7. A
ngle cutting jig for accurate repetitive compound angles.
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9. Maintenance
WARNING
BEFORE ANY INTERVENTION ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE MACHINE FROM THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY.
Periodically check that all screws are tightly fastened and the condition of the guards are acceptable.
V Belts
After the first few hours of operation it is necessary to check that the tension of the belts is correct as they may have stretched. To control the tension of the
belts, push the mid-point of the belt, applying 3-4 kg of pressure. The displacement should not exceed 5-6 mm.
It is recommended that the correct blade tension is maintained, as loose belts reduce the motor power and can increase the braking time. Belts that are too
tight can become hot.
To Change the Belts
Slacken the blade tension, remove the screw at the centre of lower bandwheel, pull out the bandwheel from the shaft. Repeat these operations in reverse to
re-assemble.
Dismantling the Upper Bandwheel
Removal of the upper bandwheel requires the same procedure as on the lower bandwheel.
Replacement of the Rubber Covering of the Fly-Wheels
It is recommended that this be carried out by a competent specialist or the manufacturer due to the rubber covering being glued onto the bandwheel and
also ground in a crown form. It is strongly advised not to grind and shape the rubber directly on the machine using gouges, files or abrasives.
Cleaning and Lubricating
Periodically clean the inside of the machine of sawdust with the aid of a dust extractor. Remove any resin deposits from the bandwheels' surfaces. The
bandwheel bearings do not require any greasing. It is not necessary to lubricate any part or component of the machine as the sawdust circulating within
will adhere to any oiled or greased surface, jeopardizing the sliding of moving parts such as the shaft of the blade guide adjustment and the slide of the
tensioning assembly.
Frequently control the cleanliness of the rubber surfaces on the bandwheels, particularly in cases of cutting resinous materials or chipboard. Clean the
surfaces, while machine is not in motion, of any resin deposits and take care do not damage the surface.
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10. Troubleshooting
WARNING
For any information or problem contact your local stockist or customer services in your country. The necessary interventions must be
carried out by specialised technical personel.
Before carrying out any fault service or maintenance work, always turn off the machine, unplug the power cable and wait for the
machine to come to a standstill.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Bandsaw stops unexpectedly or will not
start.
1. Bandsaw unplugged.
1. Check plug connection.
2. Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped.
2. Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker.
3. Power cord is damaged.
3. Replace power cord.
1. Table stop not set correctly.
1. Check the blade is at 90º to the table with a
try square and adjust stop if necessary.
Accurate 90º or 45º cuts cannot be made.
2. Angle pointer not set accurately.
2. Check the blade as above point 1 and set the
pointer correctly.
Blade wanders during cutting.
Bandsaw gives unsatisfactory quality of
cut.
Blade does not come up to speed.
Bandsaw vibrates excessively.
3. Mitre gauge not in the correct position.
3. Set the mitre gauge to the correct angle.
1. Fence is not aligned with the table.
1. Check fence and align if necessary.
2. Timber is warped.
2. Use alternative timber.
3. Excessive feed rate.
3. Reduce the feed rate.
4. Incorrect blade being used.
4. Use the correct type of blade.
5. Blade tension incorrectly set.
5. Set the blade tension according to the type of
blade being used.
6. Blade guides not set correctly.
6. Adjust blade guides as shown in this manual.
1. Dull blade.
1. Replace the blade.
2. Blade mounted incorrectly.
2. Ensure the teeth are pointing downwards.
3. Gum or pitch is on the blade.
3. Remove and clean the blade.
4. Incorrect blade for cut being used.
4. Use the correct type of blade.
5. Gum or pitch is on the table.
5. Clean the table.
1. Extension cord too long or lightweight.
1. Replace with adequate size and length of cord.
2. Low workshop voltage.
2. Consult a qualified electrician.
1. Bandsaw stood on uneven floor.
1. Place the bandsaw on a level surface.
2. Worn out V-belt.
2. Replace the V-belt.
3. Motor mount is loose.
3. Tighten the motor mounting hardware.
4. Loose hardware.
4. Tighten hardware.
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11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
Frame Assembly
4
3
2
6 5
1 46 45 44
3
60A
64
63
62
61
7
13
16 10
12
8
9
59
11
16
15
14
58
58A
58B
19
10
20
21
22
28
53 52 51
56 55 54
48 49 50
17
27
24 25 26
38A
31
38N 38M
38L 38K 38J
38B
35 36 37
30
21
38C
38D
32 33 34
18
57 52
42 43 47
23
29
18
58F
58E
58D
58C
38E 38F
38G 38H 38I
11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
Frame Assembly
No. Description
Part No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38A
38B
38C
WSH4GB97D1Z
8
JL27010017
2
M4X10GB818Z
10
BS4001012001A-060U 1
JL26010001
1
RVT3X7GB12618A
4
JL26010012-124U
1
M4GB6170Z
8
JXBS2201010007
1
WSH5GB97D1Z
4
RB7-16
1
RB7-17
1
JL26010010
1
BS4001010001-105U 1
BS4001010004-124U 1
ST3D5X28GB845B
2
M5X10GB818Z
6
1-HT-513
1
P226E-03A
1
JL29000009-124U
1
ST4D8X16GB845Z
2
M6GB6172Z
1
WSH6GB97D1Z
7
M6X12GB70Z
1
JL29000004
1
JXBS1601020003
1
M6X10GB80B
1
JXBS2002010014
1
BS4001012002A-060U 1
BS4001012003-146T 1
WSH6GB96Z
1
JXBS2401054001-001S1
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z 1
M6GB889Z
2
JL26010007
2
M6X20GB70D1Z
2
M4X30GB818Z
4
QKS8
2
JL27010016-124U
1
JL22040004
2
BS5001032003
1
JL20043001
2
Flat washer
Plate
Pan head screw
Upper door
Glass of window
Self-plugging rivet
Microswitch base
Hex bolt
Bracket
Flat washer
403/UK1 only - Brake switch
403/UK3 only - Brake switch
Pointer screw
Indicator
Switch plate
Self tapping screw
Pan head screw
403/UK1 only - Single phase seat type plug
403/UK3 only - Three phase seat type plug
Brush base
Self tapping screw
Hex nut
Flat washer
Screw
Brush
Motor pulley
Set screw
Blocking chip plate
Lower door
Protection cover
Large washer
Wing knob
Nut
Lock nut
Tube
Screw
Pan head screw
Microswitch
Microswitch base
Plate
Connection shaft
Bracket
Quantity
No. Description
Part No
Quantity
38D Conductor
38E Screw
38F Tube
38G Bearing
38H Flat washer
38I Lock nut
38J Guide shaft
38K Bearing tube
38L Screw
38M Set screw
38N Hex bolt
42 Suction grille
43 Self tapping screw
44 Pan head screw
45 Cable board
46 Rubber bushing
47 Dust port
48 Lower shaft
49 Hex bolt
50 Nut
51 Screw
52 Large washer
53 403/UK1 only - Motor
53 403/UK3 only - Motor
54 Hex bolt
55 Flat washer
56 Hex bolt
57 Hex bolt
58 support screw
58A Lock screw
58B Plastic tube
58C Nut
58D Nut
58E Connecting angle
58F Screw
59 Shaft
60A Frame
61 Adjustment handle
62 Locker
63 Flat washer
64 Dust blocking plate
BS5001032002
1
M8X40GB70Z
2
JL26041002
2
BRG6201-2RSGB276 5
WSH8GB97D1Z
3
M6GB889Z
2
JL26041003
3
JL26041006
1
M8X30GB70Z
1
M6X10GB80B
4
M6X30GB5783Z
2
JL20010019-001S
1
ST3D5X9D5GB845Z 2
M4X10GB818Z
2
1502014-02
2
1905010
2
JL20010007-001S
1
JXBS1601020002
1
M12X35GB5783Z
4
M12GB6172Z
4
M10X20GB70Z
1
WSH10GB96Z
2
YYH800152B
1
YSH905222D
1
M10GB6170Z
5
WSH10GB97D1Z
6
M10X30GB5783Z
1
M10X70GB5783Z
1
JXBS2001010003
1
M6X30GB77B
1
JXBS2401010018
1
M6GB6170Z
1
M5GB6170Z
2
BS5001010002
1
M5X16GB70Z
2
JXBS2001015001
1
BS4001011000B-124U 1
JXBS1602010006-001S1
JXBS1602010007-001S1
WSH12GB97D1Z
1
JL26030019
1
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11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
Driving System Assembly
70
69
74
66
65
67
68
72
71
66
64
67
68
65
No. Description
Part Number
65
66
67
68
69
JXBS2201020004
CLP52GB893D1B
BRG6205-2RSGB276
BS4001020004
BS4001021001-001G
20
Washer
Retaining ring
Bearing
Tube
Upper wheel
73
Quantity
2
4
4
2
1
No. Description
Part Number
70
71
72
73
74
BS40010210022
BS4001020001
1
BS4001020003
1
BS4001022001-001G
1
M10X20GB70Z
2
Tyre
Blade
Belt
Lower wheel
Screw
Quantity
11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
84
95
97
96
98
99
102
101
100
103
104
106
105
No. Description
Part Number
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
JXBS2001060001
JXBS2001060002-001G
JXBS2201061000-001S
M8X25GB70Z
WSH8GB97D1Z
BS5001060001
JXBS2001060003
JXBS2001060004
WSH10GB97D1Z
M10GB6170Z
JXBS2001031100
M12X60GB77B
WSH12GB96Z
M12GB6170Z
JXBS2001031001
JL29042004
JXBS2001031002
WSH6GB5287Z
M6X10GB70Z
Lock plate
Fence bracket
Handle
Screw
Washer
Fence guide
Rod
Hex nut
Washer
Hex nut
Trunnion Assembly
Nut
Large washer
Hex nut
Trunnion
Lock nut
Guide shaft
Large washer
Nut
94
93
92
90
81
80
77
76
75
112
82
83
79
78
84
91
88
87
86
85
83 89
108
109
110
111
107
Table Assembly
Quantity
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
5
4
1
3
8
4
1
1
1
2
2
No. Description
Part Number
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
M12X100GB14Z
WSH10GB97D1Z
WSH10GB93Z
WSH12GB97D1Z
KTSB-1-A-M12X95
JMBS2201032200
WSH10GB96Z
M10X40GB5783Z
M12GB6172Z
M12X50GB77B
RVT2D5X5GB827C
JXBS2401031008
JXBS2001031004A
RVT2D5X5GB827C
BS4001030001-001G
M5X30GB77B
BS5001030001-001S
nut M5GB889Z
JXBS1601060002
Bolt
Washer
Spring washer
Washer
Locking handle
Gear shaft
Large washer
Bolt
Hex nut
Nut
Rivet
Indicator
Scale
Rivet
Table
Nut
Table insert
Lock
Rip fence
Quantity
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
4
1
2
1
1
3
1
4
1
4
1
21
11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
139 138 137 136
140
Blade Tension Assembly
141
135
134
133
132
131
130
113
129
128
114
115
127
116
126
117
125
124
123
118
119
120
121
122
No. Description
Part Number
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
WSH50GB1972B
WSH24GB97D1Z
BS5001040009
PIN3X30GB879D1B
BS4001040002
BRG51104GB301
BS5001040002
1904011
BS5001040005
JXBS2001040005-001S
M6X12GB80B
M10X30GB70Z
WSH10GB93Z
BS5001040003
BS5001040001
22
Spring washer
Flat washer
Plate
Roll pin
Thread rod
Bearing
Bracket
Knob
Bracket
Hand wheel
Set screw
Pan head screw
Spring washer
Bracket
Sliding rod
Quantity
8
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
No. Description
Part Number
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
BS4001040001
JXBS1401030001-001G
M8X20GB80B
WSH10GB93B
M10GB6170Z
JXBS1801030007
M12GB923Z
WSH12GB93Z
WSH12GB97D1Z
JXBS1801030006
WSH10GB97D1Z
M10GB889Z
BS5001040007
BS5001040006
Upper shaft
Bracket
Set screw
Spring washer
Hex nut
Thread rod
Hex nut
Spring washer
Flat washer
Bolt
Flat washer
Lock nut
Washer
Tube
Quantity
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
11. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 403/UK1 and 403/UK3
159 160 161A
157
167
158
169
170
169
156E 156F 156G 156H
156B
156D 156C
151
150
148
149
156A
155
154A
153
152
146 145
147
144
143
142
156I
156J
178
162A
163
175
174
173 172
176
177
171
165 164
Upper Guide Assembly
No. Description
Part Number
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154A
155
156A
156B
156C
156D
156E
156F
156G
156H
Lock handle
Bracket
Set screw
Gear
Plate
screw
cover
screw
cover
Pan head screw
Rack
screw
Bracket
Screw
Guide post
Screw
Tube
Screw
Screw
Tube
Bearing
Flat washer
JL26040015-001S
JL26040008
M6X12GB77Z
1501006
JL26040007
JL26040006
BS5001050001
M8X16GB70Z
BS5001050002
M4X4GB823B
JL26040001
M4X10GB819Z
BS5001052001
M8X20GB70Z
JL26041004
M8X16GB70Z
JL26041006
M8X30GB70Z
M8X40GB70Z
JL26041002
BRG6201-2RSGB276
WSH8GB97D1Z
Quantity
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
3
No. Description
Part Number
156I
156J
157
158
159
160
161A
162A
163
164
165
167
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
Guide shaft
Upper guide
Composite Small countersunk head riveted nut
Pan head screw
Glass window
Blade guard
Guide post
Nut
Screw
Large washer
Large washer
Screw
Pan head screw
Handle
Large hand wheel
Retaining ring
Set screw
Tube
Worm
Hex bolt
Large washer
JL26041003
JL26041001
JL20061003A-001S
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z
M4X10GB818Z
JL29043001
BS4001051000-126T
BS4001050001
M4GB6170Z
M5X10GB70Z
WSH5GB96Z
WSH6GB96Z M6X16GB70Z
M5X10GB818B
1501009-20001S
JL26030012-001S
CLP12GB884
M5X8GB78Z
JL26040003
JL26040004
M8X20GB5783Z
WSH8GB96Z
Quantity
3
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
23
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
Frame Assembly
4
3
2
6 5
3
62
1A
61
60
59
7
8
14
9
10
12 11
13
16
17
15
58
58A
12
58B
20
11
19
57
56
55
58F 54
58E
58D
58C
44
31
24
48
45
43
24
29
51 50 49
46 47
18
21
22
23
30
52
53
28
25 26 27
32
38A
33 34 35
36
37 38
38N 38M
38L 38K 38J
38B
22
38C
38D
38E 38F
38G 38H 38I
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
Frame Assembly
No. Description
Part Number
Quantity
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
38A
Frame
Plate JL27010017 2
Pan head screw
Upper door
Inspection window
Self-plugging rivet
Microswitch base
Flat washer
Hex bolt
Bracket
Flat washer
Pan head screw
Pointer screw
Indicator
Brake switch
Switch plate
Self tapping screw
Three-phase seat type plug
Brush base
Self tapping screw
Hex nut
Flat washer
Screw
Brush
Motor pulley
Screw
Plate
lower door
Protection cover
big washer
Wing knob
Nut
Pan head screw
Microswitch
Microswitch base
Lock nut
Tube
Screw
Plate
BS5001011000B-124U
1
M4X10GB818Z
BS5001012001A-060U
JL26010001
RVT3X7GB12618A
JL26010012-124U
WSH4GB97D1Z
M4GB6170Z
JXBS2201010007
WSH5GB97D1Z
M5X10GB818Z
JL26010010
JXBS2401010002-105U
RB7-11
BS4001010004-124U
ST3D5X28GB845B
P226E-03A
JL29000009-124U
ST4D8X16GB845Z
M6GB6172Z
WSH6GB97D1Z
M6X12GB70Z
JL29000004
BS5001020003-001G
M8X10GB80B
JXBS2401010014
BS5001012002A-060U
BS4001012003-146T
WSH6GB96Z
JXBS2401054001-001S
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z
M4X30GB818Z
QKS8
JL27010016-124U
M6GB889Z
JL26010007
M6X20GB70Z
JL22040004
10
1
1
4
1
8
8
1
4
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
7
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
2
No. Description
Part Number
Quantity
38B
38C
38D
38E
38F
38G
38H
38I
38J
38K
38L
38M
38N
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
58A
58B
58C
58D
58E
58F
59
60
61
62
Connection shaft
Bracket
Bracket
Screw
Tube
Bearing
Large washer
Lock nut
Guide shaft
Bearing tube
Screw
Set screw
Hex bolt
Suction grille
Self tapping screw
Suction
Lower shaft
Hex bolt
Hex nut
Screw
Large washer
Motor
Hex bolt
Hex bolt
Hex bolt
Large washer
Flat washer
Shaft
Support screw
Set screw
Plastic tube
Screw
Screw
Connecting angle
Screw
Adjustment handle
Locker
Flat washer
Dust blocking plate
BS5001032003
JL20043001
BS5001032002
M8X40GB70Z
JL26041002
BRG6201-2RSGB276
WSH8GB97D1Z
M6GB889Z
JL26041003
JL26041006
M8X30GB70Z
M6X10GB80B
M6X30GB5783Z
JL20010019-001S
ST3D5X9D5GB845Z
JL20010007-001S
JXBS2001020002
M12X35GB5783Z
M12GB6172Z
M10X20GB70Z
WSH10GB96Z
YSH105304
M10GB6170Z
M10X40GB5783Z
M10X70GB5783Z
WSH10GB96Z
WSH10GB97D1Z
BS5001015001
JXBS2001010003
M6X30GB77B
JXBS2401010018
M6GB6170Z
M5GB6170Z
BS5001010002
M5X16GB70Z
JXBS2401010006-001S
JXBS2401010007-001S
WSH12GB97D1Z
JL26030019
1
2
1
2
2
5
3
2
3
1
1
4
2
1
2
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
25
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
69
Driving System Assembly
68
63
66
65
64
67
69
70
63
64
65
66
Part Number
63
64
65
66
67
M10X20GB70Z
JXBS2201020004
CLP52GB893D1B
BRG6205-2RSGB276
BS5001022002
26
71
67
No. Description
Screw
Washer
Retaining ring
Bearing
Tube
72
Quantity
2
2
4
4
2
No. Description
Part Number
68
69
70
71
72
BS5001021001A-001G
BS5001021002A
BS5001020001
BS5001020002
BS5001022001A-001G
Upper wheel
Tyre
Blade
Belt
Lower wheel
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
Table Assembly
73
109
108
74
107
75
76
77
106
78
79
80
81
82
83
93
92
91
90
84
85
89
86
87
88
105
104
96
95
82
94
103
97
98
101
99
102
100
82
83
No. Description
Part Number
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
JL26060002C
JXBS2001060001
M8X25GB70Z
WSH8GB97D1Z
JXBS2001060002-001G
JXBS2201061000-001S
JXBS2001060005
JXBS2001060003
JXBS2001060004
WSH10GB97D1Z
M10GB6170Z
JXBS2001031100
M12X60GB77B
M12GB6172Z
WSH12GB96Z
M12GB6170Z
M12X50GB77B
M3X5GB818Z
JXBS2401031008
Rip fence
Lock plate
Screw
Washer
Fence bracket
Handle
Fence guide
Rod
Hex nut
Washer
Hex nut
Trunnion Assembly
Nut
Hex nut
Large washer
Hex nut
Nut
Nut
Indicator
Quantity
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
7
4
1
3
4
8
4
1
2
1
No. Description
Part Number
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
JXBS2001031004A
RVT2D5X5GB827C
JXBS2001031001
JL29042004
JXBS2001031002
M6X10GB70Z
WSH6GB5287Z
M12X100GB14Z
WSH10GB93Z
WSH12GB97D1Z
KTSB-1-A-M12X95
JMBS2201032200
WSH10GB96Z
M10X40GB5783Z
BS5001030002-001G
M5GB889Z
BS5001030001-001S
M5X30GB77B
Scale
Rivet
Trunnion
Lock nut
Guide shaft
Nut
Large washer
Bolt
Spring washer
Washer
Locking handle
Gear shaft
Large washer
Bolt
Table
Lock nut
Table insert
Nut
Quantity
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
4
1
4
27
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
112
Blade Tension Assembly
135 136 137 138 139 140
113
134
133
114
132
131
130
129
115
128
116
117
127
118
126
125
119
124
120
123
121
122
Part Number
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
BS5001040007
BS5001040006
WSH50GB1972B
WSH24GB97D1Z
BS5001040009
PIN3X30GB879D1B
BS5001040004
BRG51104GB301
BS5001040002
1904011
BS5001040005
JXBS2001040005
M6X12GB78B
M10X30GB70Z
WSH10GB93Z
28
No. Description
Washer
Tube
Spring washer
Flat washer
Plate
Roll pin
Thread rod
Bearing
Bracket
Knob
Bracket
Hand wheel
Set screw
Pan head screw
Spring washer
Quantity
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
No. Description
Part Number
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
BS5001040003
BS5001040001
BS5001040008
JXBS1401030001
M8X20GB80B
WSH10GB93B
M10GB6170Z
JXBS1801030007
M10GB889Z
WSH10GB97D1Z
JXBS1801030006
WSH12GB97D1Z
WSH12GB93Z
M12GB923Z
Bracket
Sliding rod
Upper shaft
Bracket
Set screw
Spring washer
Hex nut
Thread rod
Lock nut
Spring washer
Bolt
Flat washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
12. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 503/UK3
Description
Part Number
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155A
156
156A
156B
156C
156D
156E
156F
Hex bolt
Large washer
Lock handle
Bracket
Set screw
Gear
Plate
Screw
Cover
Screw
Cover
Pan head screw
Rack
Screw
Bracket
Screw
Guide post
Screw
Tube
Screw
Screw
Tube
M8X20GB5783Z
WSH8GB96Z
JL26040015-001S
JL26040008
M6X12GB77Z
1501006
JL26040007
JL26040006
BS5001050001
M8X16GB70Z
BS5001050002
M4X4GB823B
BS6001050001
M4X10GB819Z
BS5001052001
M8X20GB70Z
JL26041004
M8X16GB70Z
JL26041006
M8X30GB70Z
M8X40GB70Z
JL26041002
156B
156A
152
151
150
No. 156
156D 156C
155A
154
153
146
149
148
147
144
145
Quantity
4
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
156I
156E 156F 156G 156H
143
156J
162
142
160
161
169
170A
171
141
169
174
176
175
177
173
163 164A 165 166 167
172
Upper Guide Assembly
No. Description
Part Number
156G
156H
156I
156J
159
160
161
162
163
164A
165
166
167
169
170A
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
Bearing
Flat washer
Guide shaft
Upper guide
Large washer
Composite bolt
Nut
Nut
Observing window
Blade guard
Screw
Large washer
Screw
Screw
Guide post
Pan head screw
Handle
Large hand wheel
Tube
Screw-locked ring
Set screw
Worm
BRG6201-2RSGB276
WSH8GB97D1Z
JL26041003
JL26041001
WSH6GB96Z
JL20061003A-001S
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z
M4X10GB818Z
JL29043001
BS5001051000-126T
M4GB6170Z
WSH5GB96Z
M5X10GB70Z
M6X16GB70Z
BS5001050003
M5X10GB818B
1501009-20001S
JL26030012-001S
JL26040003
CLP12GB884B
M5X8GB78Z
JL26040004
Quantity
5
3
3
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
29
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
Frame Assembly
4
3
2
6 5
1 46 45 44
3
63
60A
62
61
7
16 10
13 12
8
9
59
11
16
15
14
20 10 19
21
18
58
58A
58B
58F
58E
58D
58C
56 55 54
48 49 50
42 43 47
23
28
53 52 51
17
22
29
57 52
27
24 25 26
31
35 36 37
38A
38N 38M
38B
21
38C
30
32 33 34
38D
38E 38F
30
38L 38K 38J
38G 38H 38I
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
Frame Assembly
No. Description
Part Number
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
38A
38B
38C
WSH4GB97D1Z
JL27010017
M4X10GB818Z
BS6001012001A-060U
JL26010001
RVT3X7GB12618A
JL26010012-124U
M4GB6170Z
JXBS2201010007
WSH5GB97D1Z
RB7-11
JL26010010
JXBS2401010002-114X
BS4001010004-124U
ST3D5X28GB845B
M5X10GB818Z
P226E-03A
JL29000009-124U
ST4D8X16GB845Z
M6GB6172Z
WSH6GB97D1Z
M6X12GB70D1Z
JXBS2401010017
BS6001020002
M8X10GB80B
JXBS2401010014
BS6001012002A-060U
BS4001012003-146T
WSH6GB96Z
JXBS2401054001-001S
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z
M6GB889Z
JL26010007
M6X20GB70D1Z
M4X30GB818Z
QKS8
JL27010016-124U
JL22040004
BS5001032003
JL20043001
Flat washer
Plate
Pan head screw
Upper door
Inspection window
Self-plugging rivet
Microswitch base
Hex bolt
Bracket
Flat washer
Brake switch
Pointer screw
Indicator
Switch plate
Self tapping screw
Pan head screw
Three-phase seat type plug
Brush base
Self tapping screw
Hex nut
Flat washer
Screw
Brush
Motor pulley
Set screw
Blocking chip plate
Lower door
Protection cover
Large washer
Wing knob
Nut
Lock nut
Tube
Screw
Pan head screw
Microswitch
Microswitch base
Plate
Connection shaft
Bracket
Quantity
8
2
10
1
1
4
1
8
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
6
1
1
2
1
7
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
4
2
1
2
1
2
No. Description
Part Number
38D Conductor
38E Screw
38F Tube
38G Bearing
38H Flat washer
38I Lock nut
38J Guide shaft
38K Bearing tube
38L Screw
38M Set screw
38N Hex bolt
42 Suction grille
43 Self tapping screw
44 Pan head screw
45 Cable board
46 Rubber bushing
47 Dust port
48 Lower shaft
49 Hex bolt
50 Nut
51 Screw
52 Large washer
53 Motor
54 Hex bolt
55 Flat washer
56 Hex bolt
57 Hex bolt
58 Support screw
58A Lock screw
58B Plastic tube
58C Nut
58D Nut
58E Connecting angle
58F Screw
59 Shaft
60 Frame
61 Adjustment handle
62 Locker
63 Flat washer
BS5001032002
M8X40GB70Z
JL26041002
BRG6201-2RSGB276
WSH8GB97D1Z
M6GB889Z
JL26041003
JL26041006
M8X30GB70Z
M6X10GB80B
M6X30GB5783Z
JL20010019-001S
ST3D5X9D5GB845Z
M4X10GB818Z
1502014-02
1905010
JL20010007-001S
BS6001020001
M12X35GB5783Z
M12GB6172Z
M10X20GB70Z
WSH10GB96Z
H11240594
M10GB6170Z
WSH10GB97D1Z
M10X40GB5783Z
M10X70GB5783Z
BS6001010001
M6X30GB77B
JXBS2401010018
M6GB6170Z
M5GB6170Z
BS5001010002
M5X16GB70Z
BS6001014001
BS6001011000B-124U
JXBS2401010006-001S
JXBS2401010007-001S
WSH12GB97D1Z
Quantity
1
2
2
5
3
2
3
1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
4
4
1
2
1
5
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
31
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
70
Driving System Assembly
69
64
65
66
67
68
71
64
65
66
Part Number
64
65
66
67
68
M10X20GB70Z
JXBS2201020004
CLP62GB893D1B
BRG6206GB276LLU
BS6001022002
32
72
67 68
No. Description
Screw
Washer
Retaining ring
Bearing
Tube
73
Quantity
2
2
4
4
2
No. Description
Part Number
69
70
71
72
73
BS6001021001-001G
BS6001021002
BS6001020003
BS6001020004
BS6001022001A-001G
Upper wheel
Tyre
Blade
Belt
Lower wheel
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
Table Assembly
74
105
75
104
103
102
101
107
76
106
77
78
79
80
81
82
100
99
98
97
83 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
96
95
94
93
No. Description
Part Number
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
JXBS1803060001
JXBS2001060001
JXBS2001060002-001G
JXBS2201061000-001S
M8X25GB70Z
WSH8GB97D1Z
BS6001060001
JXBS2001060003
JXBS2001060004
WSH10GB97D1Z
M10GB6170Z
JXBS2402031002-124L
M12X60GB77B
WSH12GB96Z
M12GB6170Z
JXBS2402031001-124L
M12X45GB30Z
Rip fence
Lock plate
Fence bracket
Handle
Screw
Washer
Fence guide
Rod
Hex nut
Washer
Hex nut
Slider
Nut
Large washer
Hex nut
Support
Hex Bolt
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
4
2
1
4
8
4
1
1
No. Description
Part Number
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
JXBS2401031007
JXBS2402031001-124L
M10X45GB5783Z
M10GB6170Z
WSH10GB96Z
WSH10GB93Z
M3X5GB818Z
JXBS2402031004
JXBS2402031005
RVT2D5X5GB827C
M5GB889Z
BS5001030001-001S
M5X30GB77B
WSH8GB96Z
M8X16GB70Z
BS6001030001-001G
JXBS2402030002-001U
Large pad
Support
Hex Bolt
Hex nut
Large washer
Spring washer
Nut
Angle pointer
Angle Signs
Rivet
Lock nut
Table insert
Nut
Large washer
Nut
Table
Extension table
Quantity
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
3
4
1
4
2
2
1
1
33
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
133
Blade Tension Assembly
108
109
110
109
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
132
131
119
130
129
128
127
120
126
114
121
125
122
124
123
Part Number
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
WSH12GB93Z
WSH12GB97D1Z
M12GB889Z
JXBS2201030001
JXBS2201030002
M10GB6170Z
WSH10GB93Z
M8X20GB80B
JXBS2201030003-001G
BS6001040001
M8X8GB80B
JXBS2201030004
JXBS2201030008
34
No. Description
Spring washer
Flat washer
Lock nut
Bolt
Thread rod
Hex nut
Spring washer
Set screw
Bracket
Upper shaft
Set screw
Sliding rod
Upper shaft
Quantity
2
4
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
No. Description
Part Number
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
M10X30GB70Z
M6X12GB80B
JXBS2001040005-001S
JXBS2401040002
PIN3X18GB879B
JXBS2201030011
JXBS2201030007
PIN3X30GB879D1B
WSH24GB97D1Z
JXBS2201030010
JXBS2201030011
WSH50GB1972B
M12GB923Z
Set screw
Set screw
Hand wheel
Thread rod
Roll pin
Bearing
Flat washer
Roll pin
Flat washer
Sliding rod
Tube
Spring washer
Hex nut
Quantity
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
2
13. Parts Lists and Diagrams - 603/UK3
155
154
149D 149C
144
143
No. Description
Part Number
134 Large washer
135 Lock handle
136 Bracket
137 Set screw
138 Gear
139 Plate
140 Screw
141 Cover
142 Screw
143 Cover
144 Pan head screw
145 Rack
146 Screw
147ABracket
148 Screw
149AGuide post
149BScrew
149CTube
149DScrew
149EScrew
149F Tube
149GBearing
WSH8GB96Z
JL26040015-001S
JL26040008
M6X10GB77B
1501006
JL26040007
JL26040006
BS5001050001
M8X16GB70Z
BS5001050002
M4X4GB823B
BS6001050001
M4X10GB819Z
BS5001052001
M8X20GB70Z
JL26041004
M8X16GB70Z
JL26041006
M8X30GB70Z
M8X40GB70Z
JL26041002
BRG6201-2RSGB276
Quantity
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
149I
149E 149F 149G 149H
149A
149B
148
147A
146
145
140 139 138 137
142
141
136
135
149J
153
134
152
161
162A
170
163
151
156A
161
166
169
168
167
165
157
164
159
158
Upper Guide Assembly
No. Description
Part Number
149HFlat washer
149I Guide shaft
149J Upper guide
151 Large washer
152 Composite bolt
153 Nut
154 Nut
155 Glass window
156ABlade guard
157 Screw
158 Screw
159 Large washer
161 Screw
162AGuide post
163 Pan head screw
164 Handle
165 Hand wheel
166 Ring
167 Set screw
168 Tube
169 Worm
170 Hex bolt
WSH8GB97D1Z
JL26041003
JL26041001
WSH6GB96Z
JL20061003A-001S
M6X15GB/T17880D3Z
M4X10GB818Z
JL29043001
BS6001051000-126T
M4GB6170Z
M5X10GB70Z
WSH5GB96Z
M6X16GB70Z
BS6001050002
M5X10GB818B
1501009-20001S
JL26030012-001S
CLP12GB884
M5X8GB78B
JL26040003
JL26040004
M8X20GB5783Z
Quantity
3
3
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
35
14. Electrical Connection and Wiring Diagrams
Machines supplied for use in the UK are fitted with a 3 pin plug conforming
to BS1363, fitted with a fuse conforming to BS1362 and appropriate to the
current rating of the machine.
machine. If replacing the original fuse, always fit a fuse of equivalent rating
to the original. Never fit a fuse of a higher rating than the original. Never
modify the fuse or fuse holder to accept fuses of a different type or size.
Machines supplied for use in other countries within the European Union are
fitted with a 2 pin Schuko plug conforming to CEE 7/7.
Where the current rating of the machine exceeds 13 A at 230 V, or if the
machine is designated for use on a 400 V 3 phase supply a connector
conforming to BS4343 (CEE17 / IEC60309) will be used.
Machines supplied for use in Australia and New Zealand are fitted with a 3
pin plug conforming to AS/NZS3112.
In all cases, if the original plug or connector has to be replaced for any
reason, the wires within the mains power cable are colour coded as follows:
230 V machines will be fitted with a blue 3 pin connector. The wiring for this
type of this connector will be the same as shown above.
400 V, 3 phase machines will be fitted with a red 4 or 5 pin connector. The
wiring for this type of connector is as shown below:
230 V (Single Phase)
Brown:
Live (L)
400 V (3 phase)
Blue: Neutral (N)
Brown: Live (L1)
Black:
Live (L2)
Grey:
Live (L 3)
Green and Yellow: Earth (E)
The wire coloured brown must always be connected to the terminal marked
‘L’ or coloured red.
The wire coloured blue must always be connected to the terminal marked ‘N’
or coloured black.
The wire coloured green and yellow must always be connected to the
terminal marked ‘E’ or with the earth symbol:
Blue:
Neutral (N)
Green and Yellow:
Earth (E)
The wire coloured brown must always be connected to the terminal
marked ‘L1’.
The wire coloured black must always be fitted to the terminal
marked ‘L2’.
or coloured green / green and yellow.
The wire coloured grey must always be connected to the terminal
marked ‘L3’.
It is important that the machine is effectively earthed. Some machines will be
clearly marked with the double insulated logo:
The wire coloured blue must always be connected to the terminal
marked ‘N’ or coloured black.
The wire coloured green and yellow must always be connected to the
terminal marked ‘E’ or with the earth symbol
In this case there will not be an earth wire within the circuit.
In the case of the BS1363 plug for use in the UK, always ensure that it is
fitted with a fuse conforming to BS1362 appropriate to the rating of the
36
If in doubt about the connection of the electrical supply, always consult a
qualified electrician.
14. Electrical Connection and Wiring Diagrams
403/UK1
403/UK3
503/UK3
603/UK3
37
EU Declaration of Conformity
Cert No: EU / 403/UK1 / 1
Record Power Ltd,
Centenary House, 11 Midland Way, Barlborough Links,
Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S43 4XA, UK
declares that the machinery described:1.Type: Bandsaw
2. Model numbers: 403/UK1
3. Serial No .........................................................................
Conforms with the following directives:
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
2006/42/EC
ELECTROMAGNETIC
2004/108/EC
COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EN 1807-1:2013
EN60204-1:2006+A1:2009+AC:2010
and conforms to the machinery example for which the
EC Type-Examination Certificate No. 17706052 002, BM 50311972 0001
has been issued by TUV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH
at: Tillystrasse 2, D90431 Nürnberg
and complies with the relevant essential health and safety requirements.
Signed ............................................................... Dated: 01/06/2015
Andrew Greensted
Managing Director
38
EU Declaration of Conformity
Cert No: EU / 403/UK3, 503/UK3 603/UK3 / 1
Record Power Ltd,
Centenary House, 11 Midland Way, Barlborough Links,
Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S43 4XA, UK
declares that the machinery described:1.Type: Bandsaw
2. Model numbers: 403/UK3, 503/UK3 and 603/UK3
3. Serial No .........................................................................
Conforms with the following directives:
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
2006/42/EC
ELECTROMAGNETIC
2004/108/EC
COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EN 1807-1:2013
EN60204-1:2006+A1:2009+AC:2010
and conforms to the machinery example for which the
EC Type-Examination Certificate No. 17706052 002, BM 50312551 0001
has been issued by TUV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH
at: Tillystrasse 2, D90431 Nürnberg
and complies with the relevant essential health and safety requirements.
Signed ............................................................... Dated: 01/06/2015
Andrew Greensted
Managing Director
39
Industrial Woodworking Machinery
Centenary House, 11 Midland Way, Barlborough Links, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S43 4XA
Tel: 01246 571 020 Fax: 01246 571 030
www.startrite.co.uk
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