instruction manual - Grizzly Industrial

instruction manual - Grizzly Industrial
14'' PROFESSIONAL CABINET SAW
MODEL G7209 AND G7210
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COPYRIGHT © 1999 BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE
OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
OCTOBER, 2001 PRINTED IN TAIWAN
WARNING
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains
chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Some examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints.
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement, and other
masonry products.
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated
lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on
how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals: work in a well ventilated
area, and work with approved safety equipment, such
as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1. SAFETY
SAFETY RULES FOR POWER TOOLS ................................................................2-3
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR TABLE SAWS ................................4
SAFETY ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................5-6
COMMON DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND PHRASES ................................................7
2. CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
220V SINGLE-PHASE ..............................................................................................8
220V THREE-PHASE ................................................................................................8
GROUNDING AND EXTENSION CORDS ................................................................9
3. INFORMATION
COMMENTARY ......................................................................................................10
UNPACKING............................................................................................................11
PIECE INVENTORY ................................................................................................11
CLEAN UP ..............................................................................................................12
SITE CONSIDERATIONS........................................................................................12
4. ASSEMBLY
BEGINNING ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................13
EXTENSION WINGS..........................................................................................13-14
FENCE RAILS ....................................................................................................14-15
GUARD SUPPORT SHAFT ....................................................................................15
SAW BLADE ............................................................................................................15
MOTOR BRACKET ............................................................................................15-16
BLADE GUARD ..................................................................................................16-17
TABLE INSERT ......................................................................................................18
5. ADJUSTMENTS
BLADE HEIGHT ......................................................................................................19
BLADE TILT ............................................................................................................19
MITER SLOT ......................................................................................................20-21
MITER GAUGE........................................................................................................22
RIP FENCE ........................................................................................................22-23
BLADE ALIGNMENT ..........................................................................................23-24
6. OPERATIONS
PRE-RUN CHECK ..................................................................................................25
TEST RUN..........................................................................................................25-26
BLADE SELECTION ..........................................................................................26-27
CROSSCUTTING ..............................................................................................27-28
RIPPING ..................................................................................................................28
DADO OPERATIONS ........................................................................................29-30
RABBET OPERATIONS ....................................................................................30-31
7. MAINTENANCE
GENERAL ................................................................................................................32
TABLE......................................................................................................................32
V-BELTS ............................................................................................................32-33
LUBRICATION ........................................................................................................33
8. CLOSURE ....................................................................................................................34
MACHINE DATA ..........................................................................................................35-36
WIRING DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................37-38
PARTS BREAKDOWNS AND PARTS LISTS ............................................................42-44
PUSH STICK PATTERN ....................................................................................................45
WARRANTY AND RETURNS ..........................................................................................46
SECTION 1: SAFETY
For Your Own Safety Read Instruction
Manual Before Operating This Equipment
The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This
manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended to convey the level of
importance of the safety messages. The progression of symbols is described below. Remember
that safety messages by themselves do not eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper
accident prevention measures.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WILL result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COULD result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
MAY result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about
proper operation of the equipment.
Safety Instructions For Power Tools
1.
KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working
order.
2.
REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Form habit of checking to
see that keys and adjusting wrenches are
removed from tool before turning on.
3.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered
areas and benches invite accidents.
4.
DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Do not use power tools in
damp or wet locations, or where any flammable or noxious fumes may exist. Keep
work area well lighted.
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5.
KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS
AWAY. All children and visitors should be
kept a safe distance from work area.
6.
MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with
padlocks, master switches, or by removing
starter keys.
7.
DO NOT FORCE TOOL. It will do the job
better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
8.
USE RIGHT TOOL. Do not force tool or
attachment to do a job for which it was not
designed.
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Safety Instructions For Power Tools
9.
USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make
sure your extension cord is in good condition. Conductor size should be in accordance with the chart below. The amperage
rating should be listed on the motor or tool
nameplate. An undersized cord will cause a
drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power
and overheating. Your extension cord must
also contain a ground wire and plug pin.
Always repair or replace extension cords if
they become damaged.
Minimum Gauge for Extension Cords
AMP RATING
0-6
7-10
11-12
13-16
17-20
21-30
25ft
18
18
16
14
12
10
LENGTH
50ft 100ft
16
16
16
14
16
14
12
12
12
10
10
No
10. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear
loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings,
bracelets, or other jewelry which may get
caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is
recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
11. ALWAYS USE SAFETY GLASSES. Also use
face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty.
Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety glasses.
12. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise to hold
work when practical. It’s safer than using your
hand and frees both hands to operate tool.
13. DO NOT OVER-REACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep
tools sharp and clean for best and safest
performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
15. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Consult the owner’s manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper
accessories may cause risk of injury.
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16. REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. On machines with magnetic contact starting switches there is a
risk of starting if the machine is bumped or
jarred. Always disconnect from power
source before adjusting or servicing. Make
sure switch is in OFF position before reconnecting.
17. MANY WOODWORKING TOOLS CAN
“KICKBACK” THE WORKPIECE toward
the operator if not handled properly. Know
what conditions can create “kickback” and
know how to avoid them.
18. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part
that is damaged should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate
properly and perform its intended function.
Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts,
mounting, and any other conditions that
may affect its operation. A guard or other
part that is damaged should be properly
repaired or replaced.
19. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF. Do not
leave tool until it comes to a complete stop.
20. NEVER OPERATE A MACHINE WHEN
TIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF
DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. Full mental alertness is required at all times when running
a machine.
21. NEVER ALLOW UNSUPERVISED OR
INEXPERIENCED PERSONNEL TO
OPERATE THE MACHINE. Make sure
any instructions you give in regards to
machine operation are approved, correct,
safe, and clearly understood.
22. IF AT ANY TIME YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES performing the intended operation, stop using the machine!
Then contact our service department or
ask a qualified expert how the operation
should be performed.
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Additional Safety Instructions For Table Saws
1.
2.
ALWAYS use blade guard, splitter and
anti-kickback fingers on all ''through-sawing'' operations. Through-sawing operations are those when the blade cuts completely through the workpiece as in ripping
or crosscutting.
AVOID KICKBACKS. A condition in which
a piece of wood is thrown back towards an
operator at a high rate of speed. If you do
not have a complete understanding of how
kickback occurs, or how to prevent it, DO
NOT operate this table saw.
3.
NEVER reach behind or over the blade
with either hand for any reason.
4.
ALWAYS use a push-stick for ripping narrow stock.
5.
NEVER perform any operation ''freehand,'' which means using only your hands
to support or guide the workpiece. Always
use either the fence or the miter gauge to
position and guide the work.
6.
7.
NEVER stand or have any part of your
body in line with the path of the saw blade.
ALWAYS hold the work firmly against the
miter gauge or fence while holding down
against the table.
8.
MOVE the rip fence out of the way when
crosscutting.
9.
NEVER use the miter gauge and rip fence
at the same time.
10. NEVER attempt to free a stalled saw blade
without first turning the saw OFF.
11. PROVIDE adequate support to the rear
and sides of the saw table for wide or long
workpieces.
12. AVOID awkward operations and hand
positions where a sudden slip could cause
your hand to move into the blade.
13. IF AT ANY TIME YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES performing the intended operation, stop using the machine!
Then contact our service department or
ask a qualified expert how the operation
should be performed.
14. ALWAYS LOWER OR REMOVE SAW
BLADE WHEN NOT IN USE.
15. NEVER USE A DAMAGED SAW BLADE
OR ONE THAT HAS BEEN DROPPED.
16. USE GREAT CARE WHEN CUTTING
WITH A DADO BLADE. There is a high
degree of risk involved with any dado operation. Slight movement of the stock away
from the fence will cause kickback.
No list of safety guidelines can be complete. Every shop environment is different.
Always consider safety first, as it applies to
your individual working conditions. Use
this and other machinery with caution and
respect. Failure to follow guidelines could
result in serious personal injury, damage to
equipment or poor work results.
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Safety Accessories
Statistics prove that most common accidents among table saw users can be
linked to kickback. Kickback is typically
defined as the high-speed expulsion of
stock from the table saw toward its operator. In addition to the danger of the operator or others in the area being struck by
the flying stock, it is often the case that
the operator’s hands are pulled into the
blade during the kickback. The following
can help minimize kickbacks.
1. Use your blade guard and splitter.
2. Never for any reason place your hand
behind the blade. Should kickback
occur, your hand will be pulled into the
blade.
3. Inspect splitter for alignment between it
and your blade.
4. Never use the fence as a guide for
crosscutting.
5. Never attempt freehand cuts.
6. Use a pushstick or featherboard to maintain control of your workpiece.
7. Feed cuts through to completion.
8. Stand to the side when ripping.
9. Ensure your fence and miter slot are parallel to the blade.
If you do not have a clear understanding of
kickback and how it occurs, do not operate
this table saw.
Push Sticks
The use of push sticks, particularly when cutting
small or narrow workpieces, provides a double
benefit for saw operators. The push stick provides added leverage, enabling the operator to
keep the workpiece firmly supported against the
fence and table. At the same time, the push stick
keeps the operator’s hand safely away from the
rotation of the saw blade. See the template at the
end of the manual for construction details, or purchase one from the Grizzly catalog. See Figure
1.
Figure 1. Push Stick
Zero Clearance Table Inserts
Ideal for use when ripping thin strips or making
bevel cuts, these prevent tearout and jammed
blades by supporting material close to the blade.
Use the standard table insert as a template when
creating additional inserts from wood or plywood.
Blade slot inserts can be custom cut for specific
blade angles by raising the running blade into an
uncut insert at the angle you desire. Be sure to
make an additional slot for the blade splitter.
Grizzly also carries a wide selection of table
inserts in the Grizzly catalog. Be sure to hold the
insert firmly in place with a piece of wood when
creating slots. Never hold the table insert with
your hand while cutting new slots. See Figure 2.
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Featherboard
Easily made from scrap stock, featherboards
provide an added degree of protection against
kickback. To make a featherboard, cut a 3040° angle at one end of the board and make a
number of end cuts at approximately 1⁄4" apart
and 2" to 3" deep. Grizzly also offers a number
of featherboards in the Grizzly catalog. See
Figure 4.
Figure 2. Zero Clearance Table Inserts
Push Paddles
Push paddles provide added leverage and support when ripping or crosscutting wide workpieces. Grizzly offers a number of push paddles
in the Grizzly catalog. See Figure 3.
Figure 4. Featherboard
Figure 3. Push Paddles
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Common Definitions, Terms and Phrases
The following is a list of common definitions, terms and phrases used throughout this manual as they relate
to this table saw and woodworking in general. It is important that you read and become familiar with them
before assembling, adjusting or operating this machine. Your safety is VERY important to us at Grizzly!
Arbor: Metal shaft extending from the drive
mechanism, to which the cutting blade is
attached.
Bevel Edge Cut: Tilting the saw arbor and blade
to an angle between 0° and 45° to perform an
angled cutting operation.
Blade Guard: Metal or plastic mechanism that
mounts over the saw blade to prevent accidental contact with the cutting edge.
Non-Thru Cut: A sawing operation that requires
the removal of the blade guard and splitter.
Dado and rabbet cuts are considered NonThru Cuts because the blade does not protrude above the top face of the wood stock.
Always remember to reinstall the blade guard
and splitter after performing a non-thru cut.
Perpendicular: Intersecting and forming right
angles; at right angles to the vertical and horizontal planes. i.e. the blade is perpendicular to
the table surface.
Crosscut: Table saw operation in which the miter
gauge is used to cut across the grain of a piece
of wood.
Push Paddle: Safety aid used to push a piece of
wood stock through a cutting operation.
Dado Blade: Blade or set of blades that attach to
the arbor and are used for cutting grooves and
rabbets.
Push Stick: Safety aid used to push a piece of
wood stock through a cutting operation.
Usually used when rip cutting.
Dado Cut: Table saw operation that uses a dado
blade to cut a flat bottomed groove into the
face of wood stock.
Rabbet: Cutting operation that creates an Lshaped channel along the edge of wood stock.
Featherboard: Safety device used to keep a
board against the rip fence or table. Allows
operator to keep hands away from the saw
blade.
Kerf: The resulting cut or gap made by a saw
blade.
Kickback: A condition in which the wood is
thrown back towards an operator at a high rate
of speed.
Miter Gauge: A component that controls the
wood stock movement while performing a
crosscut. Allows for variation of angle cuts
such as miter cuts used on a picture frame.
Moulding Head: A cutterhead attached to the
arbor. Accepts interchangeable moulding
knives for profile cutting. We DO NOT recommend the use of a moulding head as they
require advanced skills in their operation.
Parallel: Being an equal distance apart at every
point. i.e. the rip fence face is parallel to the
side face of the saw blade.
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Splitter: Metal plate attached to the back of the
blade guard that maintains the kerf opening in
the wood when performing a cutting operation.
Standard Kerf: 1⁄8" gap made with a standard
blade.
Straightedge: A tool used to check the flatness,
parallelness, or consistency of a surface(s).
Thru-Sawing: A sawing operation where the
wood stock thickness is completely sawn
through. Proper blade height usually allows 1⁄4"
of the top of the blade to extend above the
wood stock.
Thin Kerf: 3⁄32" gap made with a thin kerf blade.
Rip Cut: A cut made along grain of the wood.
Sacrificial Fence: A piece of wood attached to
the face of the rip fence that is designed to
extend the fence face away from the metal portion of the fence. Used primarily when making
rabbet cuts with a dado blade.
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SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
220V Single-Phase
220V Three-Phase
G7209 Only:
The Model G7209 has a 5 H.P., 3450 R.P.M.
motor which requires a 220V single-phase circuit.
The cord set included does not have a plug, as
the style of plug you require will depend upon the
type of service you currently have or plan to
install. The motor will safely draw about 30 amps
at 220V under load. If you operate the G7209 on
any circuit that is already close to its capacity, it
might blow a fuse or trip a circuit breaker.
However, if an unusual load does not exist, and
power failure still occurs, have the circuit inspected by a qualified electrician.
G7210 Only:
The Model G7210 has a 71⁄2 H.P., 3450 R.P.M.
motor which requires a 220V 3-phase circuit. The
cord set enclosed does not have a plug, as the
style of plug you require will depend upon the type
of service you currently have or plan to install. The
motor will safely draw about 22 amps at 220V
under load. If you operate the G7210 on any circuit that is already close to its capacity, it might
blow a fuse or trip a circuit breaker. However, if an
unusual load does not exist and power failure still
occurs, have the circuit inspected by a qualified
electrician.
In preparing to connect the Model G7209 to your
existing or new circuit, it will be necessary to connect a plug that matches your 220V receptacle. If
you will be installing a new receptacle and plug,
we recommend using a NEMA-style 6L-30 plug
and outlet shown in Figure 5.
In preparing to connect the Model G7210 to your
existing or new circuit, it will be necessary to connect a plug that matches your 220V receptacle. If
you will be installing a new receptacle and plug,
we recommend using a HBL2711 30 A plug and
outlet shown in Figure 6.
The Model G7209 should be fused at 30 amps.
Fusing at amperage ratings higher than 30 amps
will not adequately protect the circuit.
The Model G7210 should be fused at 30 amps.
Fusing at amperage ratings higher than 30 amps
will not adequately protect the circuit.
Figure 5. 220V Single-Phase
Figure 6. 220V 3-Phase
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Grounding
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock.
This tool is equipped with an electric cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor which must
be properly connected to a grounding plug. The
plug must be plugged into a matching outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
Improper connections of the electrical-grounding
conductor can result in risk of electric shock. The
conductor with green or green and yellow striped
insulation is the electrical-grounding conductor. If
repair or replacement of the electric cord or plug
is necessary, do not connect the equipment
grounding conductor to a live terminal.
This equipment must be
grounded. Verify that any
existing electrical outlet
and circuit you intend to
plug into is actually
grounded. Under no circumstances should the
grounding pin from any
three-pronged plug be
removed. Serious injury
may occur.
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Extension Cords
We do not recommend the use of extension cords
on 220V equipment. It is much better to arrange
the placement of your equipment and the installed
wiring to eliminate the need for extension cords.
Should it be necessary to use an extension make
sure the cord is rated Hard Service (grade S) or
better. Refer to the chart in Section 1: Safety to
determine the minimum gauge for the extension
cord. The extension cord must also contain a
ground wire and plug pin. Always repair or replace
extension cords when they become worn or damaged.
Wiring Diagram
A wiring diagram is provided at the back of this
manual should it be necessary to repair or revise
the wiring. Always utilize a qualified electrician
when doing any electrical work on this equipment.
We have covered some basic electrical
requirements for the safe operation of your
machine. These requirements are not necessarily comprehensive. You must be sure
that your particular electrical configuration
complies with local and state codes.
Ensure compliance by checking with your
local municipality or a licensed electrician.
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SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION
Commentary
We are proud to offer the Grizzly Model G7209/10
14" Table Saw. The Model G7209/10 is part of a
growing Grizzly family of fine woodworking
machinery. When used according to the guidelines set forth in this manual, you can expect
years of trouble-free, enjoyable operation and
proof of Grizzly’s commitment to customer satisfaction.
The Model G7209/10 is an industrial grade table
saw intended for professional use. Features
include cast iron trunnions, 4" dust port, quadruple V-belt drive, cam lever fence, magnetic
switch, and a 5 H.P., 220V, single-phase motor
(71⁄2 H.P., 220V, 3-phase motor for G7210).
All running parts operate on shielded ball bearings and require no maintenance for the life of the
bearings. We also offer many accessories for the
table saws including blades, outfeed rollers, a
sliding table and a mobile base. Please refer to
our current catalog for prices and ordering information.
We are also pleased to provide this manual with
the Model G7209/10. It was written to guide you
through assembly, review safety considerations,
and cover general operating procedures. It represents our effort to produce the best documentation possible. If you have any comments regarding this manual, please write to us at the address
below:
Grizzly Industrial, Inc.
/O Technical Documentation
P.O. Box 2069
Bellingham, WA 98227-2069
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Most importantly, we stand behind our machines.
If you have any service questions or parts
requests, please call or write us at the location
listed below:
Grizzly Industrial, Inc.
2406 Reach Road
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 546-9663
Fax: (800) 438-5901
E-Mail: techsupport@grizzly.com
Web Site: http://www.grizzly.com
After Fall 2001:
Grizzly Industrial, Inc.
1203 Lycoming Circle
Pennsdale, PA 17756
The specifications, drawings, and photographs
illustrated in this manual represent the Model
G7209/10 as supplied when the manual was prepared. However, owing to Grizzly’s policy of continuous improvement, changes may be made at
any time with no obligation on the part of Grizzly.
Whenever possible, though, we send manual
updates to all owners of a particular tool or
machine. Should you receive one, we urge you to
insert the new information with the old and keep it
for reference.
Read the manual before
assembly and operation. Become familiar
with the machine and
it’s operation before
beginning any work.
Serious personal injury
may result if safety or
operational information
is not understood or followed.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Unpacking
Piece Inventory
The Model G7209/10 is shipped from the manufacturer in a carefully packed carton. If you discover the machine is damaged after you’ve
signed for delivery, immediately call Customer
Service for advice.
After all the parts have been removed from their
containers, you should have:
When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory its
parts.
The G7209/10 is a heavy
machine, 1000 lbs. shipping weight. DO NOT
over-exert
yourself
while unpacking or
moving your machine –
you will need assistance and power equipment. Serious personal
injury may occur if safe
moving methods are
not followed.
Make sure floor structure
is capable of supporting
the combined weight of
the machine parts and
people.
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Table Saw Unit
Miter Gauge
Extension Wings (2)
Fence Assembly
Splitter/Guard Assembly
Dust Port
Hardware Bag
In the event that any nonproprietary parts are
missing (e.g. a nut or a washer), we would be
glad to replace them; or for the sake of expediency, replacements can be obtained at your local
hardware store.
Figure 7. G7209/10 cabinet stand.
Some metal parts may
have sharp edges on
them after they are
formed. Please examine
the edges of all metal
parts before handling
them. Failure to do so
could result in injury.
Figure 7A. G7209/10 component layout.
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Clean up
The table and other unpainted parts of the Model
G7209/10 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 such as Grizzly’s G7895
Degreaser. Do not use chlorine-based solvents –
if you happen to splash some onto a painted surface, you’ll ruin the finish.
Do not use gasoline or
other petroleum-based
solvents. They have low
flash points which make
them extremely flammable. A risk of explosion
and burning exists if
these p r o d u c t s a r e
u s e d . Serious personal
injury may occur if this
warning is ignored.
Do not smoke while using
solvents. A risk of explosion or fire exists and may
result in serious personal
injury.
Many of the solvents
commonly used to clean
machinery can be toxic
when inhaled or ingested. Always work in wellventilated areas far from
potential ignition sources
when dealing with solvents. Use care when disposing of waste rags and
towels to be sure they do
not create fire or environmental hazards.
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Site Considerations
1.
Floor Load: Your Model G7209/10 represents a large weight load in a small footprint.
Most commercial floors are suitable for the
saw. Some residential floors may require
additional bracing to support both machine
and operator.
2.
Working Clearances: Consider existing and
anticipated needs, size of material to be
processed through each machine, and
space for auxiliary stands, work table or
other machinery when establishing a location for your table saw.
3.
Lighting and Outlets: Lighting should be
bright enough to eliminate shadows and prevent eye strain. Electrical circuits should be
dedicated or large enough to handle amperage requirements. Outlets should be located
near each machine so power or extension
cords are clear of high-traffic areas. Observe
local electrical codes for proper installation
of new lighting, outlets, or circuits.
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 visitors in your shop
when assembling, adjusting or operating equipment.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
SECTION 4: ASSEMBLY
Extension Wings
Beginning Assembly
Some metal parts may
have sharp edges on
them after they are
formed. Please examine
the edges of all metal
parts before handling
them. Failure to do so
could result in injury.
!
Inspect the extension wings for burrs or foreign
material that may inhibit assembly. The mating
edges of the wings and table must be clean,
smooth, and flat. Use a wire brush or file if necessary to clean up the edges.
The table and wings
represent a very heavy
load. DO NOT overexert yourself while lifting or moving the table
and wings – get assistance.
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire assembly
process. Failure to comply may result in serious
personal injury.
Most of your Model G7209/10 has been assembled at the factory, but some parts must be
assembled or installed after delivery. We have
organized the assembly process into steps.
Please follow along in the order presented here.
TOOLS REQUIRED: You will need a high quality
square, a long straightedge, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm
open end wrenches and a 3mm Allen® wrench.
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NOTICE
The right and left wings are not the same.
The left wing has two tapped holes on the
outside edge, the right has a tapped hole on
the front and back edge. If the wings are not
installed in their correct location, the fence
cannot be attached.
1.
Attach the left wing to the table using the
three hex head bolts and flat washers provided. Adjust the wing reasonably flush with
the table. Do not tighten the bolts.
2.
Attach the right wing to the table using the
three hex head bolts and flat washers provided. Adjust the wing reasonably flush with
the table. Do not tighten the bolts.
3.
Align the top of the wing flush with the table
top directly above the front bolt, and tighten
the front bolt. The front edge of the extension
wing should also be flush with the front edge
of the table.
4.
Raise or lower the rear of the extension wing
until the middle of the wing is flush with the
table top. Tighten the middle bolt.
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5.
Raise or lower the rear of the wing until the
wing and table are flush. Tighten the bolt.
Any adjustment at this point should be minimal.
6.
Check flushness at the front bolt and readjust if necessary.
7.
Repeat Steps 3-4 for the other extension
wing.
8.
Now, check the alignment of the table and
both wings with a straightedge. The straightedge should run flat across both wings and
the table top. If the straightedge contacts
both wings and the table evenly, you are finished with this section. If it does not, continue to Step 9.
9.
If the extension wings tilt up or down at the
outside edges, remove the wings and shim
them with masking tape. See Figure 7.
Fence Rails
1.
Locate the rear fence rail (the shorter of the
two rails).
2.
Attach the rear rail to the table top using the
spacers, hex bolts and lock washers supplied. See Figure 8. Using a combination
square set at 15⁄32", place at the edge of the
table, and adjust the rail so it is consistently
15
⁄32" below the top of the table.
a. If the wings tilt down, stick layers of masking tape under each bolt near the bottom
edge of the wing and retighten.
b. If the wing tilts up, stick layers of masking
tape above each bolt near the top edge of
the wing and retighten. Allow tape to
extend above table surface and trim with
a sharp knife after final assembly.
10. Replace the wings and check again.
Figure 8. Rear rail attachment procedure.
3.
Attach the front rail to the table top using the
hex socket flathead screws supplied. See
Figure 9. Place a combination square set at
25
⁄32", at the edge of the table, and adjust the
rail so it is consistently 25⁄32" below the top of
the table.
Masking Tape
Figure 7. Using tape to shim for wing alignment.
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Figure 9. Front rail attachment procedure.
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4.
Attach the square fence tube to the front rail
using the hex bolts and lock washers supplied. See Figure 10A.
5.
Attach the fence and slide across the length
of the rails to ensure smooth, accurate fence
movement.
Saw Blade
The saw blade is extremely sharp. Use extra
care when handling the blade or working
near it. Serious injury is possible.
Please review this section even if your saw blade
came pre-installed. To install the blade:
1.
Remove the table insert to gain access to the
arbor.
2.
Remove the nut and outer arbor flange from
the arbor.
3.
Place the blade on the arbor, making sure
that it seats firmly against the inner arbor
flange. Ensure that the top blade teeth are
facing the front of the saw.
4.
Replace the outer arbor flange and rethread
the arbor nut.
Guard Support Shaft
5.
Hand tighten nut and snug with the wrench
included with the saw. DO NOT overtighten.
To install the guard support shaft:
IMPORTANT: Make sure the blade is installed
with the teeth facing the front of the saw.
Figure 10A. Attaching fence tube to front rail.
1.
Push the threaded end of the shaft through
the hole in the back of the saw (Figure 10B)
until the shoulder on the shaft stops it.
2.
Secure with the hex nut and washer.
Motor Bracket
Remove Before Operating Saw
FIGURE 10B. Attaching guard support shaft.
Figure 10C. Remove motor bracket.
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Your saw comes from the factory with a red motor
bracket designed to protect the motor assembly
during shipping. Remove the bracket shown in
Figure 10C.
Blade Guard/Splitter
1.
The saw blade is extremely sharp. Use extra
care when handling the blade or working
near it. Serious injury is possible.
3.
Slip the blade guard/splitter over the mounting bolts as shown in Figure 12. The washers should be between the bolt head and the
slots. Tighten the bolts to secure the blade
guard/splitter.
Next, set a straightedge against the face of
the saw blade and the blade guard/splitter as
shown in Figure 14. If the blade guard/splitter is properly aligned, please skip ahead to
“Table Insert”; otherwise, continue with the
next step.
Blade Guard
Washer
Mounting Bolt
Guard Support
Figure 14. Guard in line with blade.
Figure 12. Blade guard and splitter in place.
2.
Set a machinist’s square against the face of
the blade guard/splitter. Slightly rotate the
rear bracket to adjust the face of the blade
guard perpendicular to the table top as
shown in Figure 13.
4.
If the blade guard/splitter is to the right of the
blade as shown in Figure 15, simply add
washers between the splitter and front
mounting bracket, and adjust the rear splitter
support as shown in Figure 16.
Adjust here to move back of splitter
left or right.
Table Surface
Splitter
Add washers here to move front of
splitter to the left.
Blade
Figure 13. Guard assembly square to table.
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Figure 15. Improper splitter/blade alignment.
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Setscrew and Cap Screw
Adjusted rear
splitter
Front Support Bracket
Adjustment Screws
Arbor Bracket
Added washers
Proper
Alignment
Figure 17.
Figure 16. Proper splitter/blade alignment.
5.
Recheck guard alignment to the blade and to
the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten all the bolts before use. If the blade guard
is properly aligned, please skip ahead to
Step 10; otherwise, continue with the next
step.
6.
If the splitter is positioned to the left of the
blade, alignment cannot be achieved by
washer placement. Adjustment of the front
support bracket is required. See Figure 16.
Loosen the (2) adjustment screws and move
left or right.
7.
If this adjustment does not allow enough
movement of the splitter, remove the table
and wings, and set them to one side.
The table and wings
represent a very heavy
load. DO NOT overexert yourself while lifting or moving the table
and wings – get assistance.
9.
Moving the arbor bracket moves the V-belts
and pulleys out of alignment, so adjustment
of the motor pulley is required. Simply loosen
the setscrew and slowly slide the pulley
towards the end of the motor shaft. Once the
V-belts are back into alignment, tighten the
setscrew securely.
10. Recheck guard alignment to the blade and to
the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten down all the bolts before use. If the blade
guard is properly aligned, reattach the table,
making sure there is adequate blade clearance through all blade adjustments.
11. Adjust the blade to 45° and raise and lower it
through the full range. Readjust blade to 90°
and raise and lower it through the full range.
There should be no contact between the
base and the table insert, or any other part of
the saw. If it does, repeat Steps 7-9.
8.
The arbor bracket and motor pulley needs
adjusting. Loosen the cap screw and the
setscrew as shown in Figure 17, and slowly
slide the arbor bracket towards the end of the
shaft. Only move the arbor bracket a distance equal to the amount of misalignment
between the blade and splitter, or a little
more. You can always adjust the splitter back
to the left with washers. Tighten the cap
screw and setscrew securely.
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Table Insert
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
The table insert provides access to the blade and
arbor when removed. When in place, the insert
provides support for materials being cut.
1.
Disconnect the power cord from the outlet.
2.
Ensure that all four setscrews are firmly in
contact with the table casting.
3.
Using a 6mm hex wrench, raise or lower
each of the four setscrews until the insert is
flush with the table top. See Figure 18.
4.
Now make sure the blade will not come into
contact with table insert. Position the blade at
90°, then raise and lower the blade through its
full range of motion. Also rotate the blade
while doing this, making sure that the blade
never contacts any part of the table insert. Do
the same with the blade in the 45° position.
Wear leather gloves while rotating the blade
to prevent being cut.
5.
Be sure to review Section 5: Adjustments,
“Blade Alignment,” before operating the
saw.
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Figure 18. Setscrew on each corner of insert.
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SECTION 5: ADJUSTMENTS
!
Blade Tilt
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire adjustment
process. Failure to comply may result in serious
personal injury.
Blade Height
When preparing to operate your table saw, you
should adjust the blade height to approximately
1
⁄4" above the surface of the material you plan on
cutting. The handwheel at the front of the saw
adjusts blade height. To adjust blade height:
1.
Loosen the locking knob at the center of the
blade height handwheel.
2.
Using a sample of the material you plan on
cutting as a gauge, turn the handwheel until
the blade reaches its intended height.
3.
Retighten the locking knob.
4.
Recheck your blade height with the sample
material and readjust, if necessary.
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1.
Set your blade angle at zero as shown on the
angle indicator on the front of the saw and
raise the blade several inches above the
table.
2.
Place a machinist’s square flat on the table
and slide it along side the blade. The square
should contact the blade evenly from bottom
to top. Make sure that a blade tooth does not
obstruct the square’s movement.
3.
Adjust the handwheel until the square is
flush with the blade. Loosen the tilt indicator
arrow, set to zero, and retighten. Loosen and
adjust the stop bolt on the left side of the
front trunnion to allow a 90° stop point. See
Figure 20.
4.
Turn the blade angle handwheel until the
angle indicator points at the desired angle.
5.
Tighten the handwheel locking knob.
6.
Repeat Steps 1-6 for setting the blade to 45°
and adjust the 45° stop bolt on the right side
of the front trunnion. See Figure 20. Use the
45° side of a combo square or a bevel gauge
set at 45°.
45° Stop Bolt
90° Stop Bolt
Figure 20. 90° and 45° stop bolts.
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Miter Slot to Blade
Your table saw will give the best results if the
miter slot and rip fence are adjusted parallel to
the blade. If they are not exactly parallel, your
cuts and finished work will be lower in quality, but
more important, it increases the risk of kickback.
Take the time to adjust your table saw properly. A
few minutes now will be time well spent.
1.
Disconnect the power cord from the outlet. Use a piece of tape to mark the blade in
the gullet between two (2) teeth closest to
the table.
2.
Use an adjustable square to measure the
distance from the mark on the blade to the
edge of the miter slot. See Figure 21.
3.
Rotate the blade 180°.
4.
Measure the distance from the mark on the
blade to the edge of the miter slot. See
Figure 22.
Figure 22. Adjusting blade to miter slot after
rotating blade 180° and sliding square down
miter slot.
Table Mount Holes
Figure 23. Table mounting bolt holes.
Figure 21. Adjusting blade to miter slot.
5.
The difference between the two measurements must be equal to or less than 1⁄64".
6.
If the difference is greater than 1⁄64", loosen
the four (4) table mounting bolts as seen in
Figure 23 and adjust the table slightly.
Repeat Steps 1-5 until satisfactory. Do not
forget to tighten the table mounting bolts
when finished.
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7.
Now check to see if the blade remains parallel to the miter slot when tilted to 45°.
8.
Tilt the blade to 45° and repeat Steps 1-5. If
the blade is still parallel to the miter slot, continue on to the “Miter Gauge” instructions.
Otherwise, continue with the next step.
9.
If the blade was parallel to the miter slot at
90° but not at 45°, the table will need to be
shimmed with metal shim stock. The shims
are placed under the table over each of the
four table mounting bolts as shown in Figure
23.
The saw blade is dangerously sharp. Use
extra care when handling the blade or working near it. Serious injury is possible.
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10. Refer to Figures 24 and 25, for shim placement. If the distance of A is longer than B,
shim(s) will need to be placed under corners
#1 and #2. If the distance of B is longer than
A, shim(s) will need to be placed under corners #3 and #4. Very thin shim stock works
well, just make sure they are all the same
thickness, and you put an equal number
under each of the two corners.
11. Tighten down one bolt a small amount and
then move on to each of the others, tightening each down the same amount. Continue
to rotate through the bolts, tightening them a
little each time until they are all secure.
12. Now recheck the blade to miter slot at 90°
and 45° by repeating Steps 1-5. If the distance of A and B are equal to or less than
1
⁄64" at both 90° and 45°, continue to the
“Miter Gauge” instructions. If the distances
are still off by more than 1⁄64", repeat Steps 912.
Blade tilted to 45°
#1
#3
#2
#4
Figure 24.
Blade tilted to 45°
13. Once you feel you have the miter slot adjusted to the blade, recheck all measurements
and be sure the table mounting bolts are
secure. Repeat Step 10 in Section 4:
Assembly, “Blade Guard/Splitter. Also, if
you ever remove the table in the future, be
sure to make note of shim placements and
reassemble exactly how it came apart.
#1
#3
#2
#4
Figure 25.
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Miter Gauge
Rip Fence
To adjust the miter gauge so it is perpendicular to
the saw blade:
The rip fence included with your Model G7209/10
14" Table Saw is designed to provide excellent
ripping accuracy when properly adjusted. There
are three main adjustments to concern yourself
with: square, parallelism and clamping pressure.
1.
Loosen the lock knob on the miter gauge and
place a square against the face of the miter
body and the blade.
2.
Adjust the miter body until there is no space
between the square and the blade. Tighten
the lock knob.
3.
Now loosen the setscrew on the left front
side of the miter bar, adjust the pointer to 90°
and tighten the setscrew.
4.
To adjust to other angles, follow Steps 1-3
using a protractor to set the angle.
SQUARE
Place a machinist’s square against the side of the
fence. If the square does not remain flush against
both the fence and the table, adjust the nylon
screws on top of the bracket at the front of the
fence until square. See Figure 27.
Nylon Screws
Pointer
Setscrew
Figure 27.
Figure 26.
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CLAMPING PRESSURE
The fence-clamping mechanism has been adjusted at the factory to provide the right amount of
clamping pressure to hold your fence securely.
Should it eventually need adjustment:
1.
Loosen the clamping arm.
2.
Remove the fence from the saw and adjust
the setscrews equally on the rear side of the
front bracket as shown in Figure 28.
3.
Replace the fence and check the clamping
strength. Readjust until proper pressure is
ensured.
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Blade Alignment
Setscrews
The blade position can be adjusted slightly in
case it contacts the table insert when raised or
tilted. This adjustment can be made by moving
the table, the whole trunnion assemble, or by just
moving the arbor bracket. Try adjusting by moving the table first as this is the easiest way. If that
doesn’t work, try adjusting the whole trunion
assembly. If that still doesn’t work, try moving the
arbor bracket.
Nylon Pads
To adjust the blade position by moving the table:
Figure 28.
PARALLELISM
Align the fence alongside the miter slot as shown
in Figure 29, and lock it down. If the fence is not
perfectly parallel to the miter slot:
1.
Release the clamping mechanism.
2.
Remove the fence from the saw and adjust
the setscrews on the rear side of the front
bracket as shown in Figure 28. Make VERY
minor adjustments and recheck by reclamping the fence along the miter slot after each
adjustment. Keep in mind that a small turn of
the setscrew can make a large difference
over the length of the fence. Be sure clamping pressure is still adequate.
1.
Disconnect plug from power source.
2.
Loosen the four table mounting bolts.
3.
Nudge the table to either the left or right
depending on where the blade is hitting the
saw. Tighten all mounting bolts.
4.
If the blade is still contacting the insert,
repeat Steps 1-3. Check all other adjustments.
5.
Recheck the blade to miter slot adjustments,
and adjust as necessary.
To adjust the blade position by moving the trunnion:
1.
Disconnect plug from power source.
Figure 29.
Figure 30A. Trunnion mounting bolts.
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To adjust the blade position by moving the arbor
bracket:
The table and wings represent a very heavy
load. DO NOT overexert yourself while lifting or moving the table
and wings – get assistance.
1.
Disconnect plug from power source.
2.
Remove the table and wings and set them to
one side.
3.
Loosen the blade adjustment cap screw
shown in Figure 30B.
2.
Remove the table and wings and set them to
one side.
4.
3.
Loosen the four trunnion mounting bolts as
shown in Figure 30A, and nudge to either
the left or right depending on where the
blade is hitting the saw.
To adjust the arbor bracket, loosen the cap
screw and the setscrew. Slowly slide the
arbor bracket towards the end of the shaft.
5.
Moving the arbor bracket moves the V-belts
and pulleys out of alignment, so adjustment
of the motor pulley is required. Simply loosen
the setscrew and slowly slide the pulley
towards the end of the motor shaft. Once the
V-belts are back into alignment, tighten the
setscrew securely.
6.
Reattach the table, making sure there is adequate blade clearance through all blade
adjustments. Recheck guard alignment to
the blade and to the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten down all the bolts before
use.
7.
If the blade is still contacting the insert,
repeat Steps 1-6. Check all other adjustments.
8.
Recheck the blade to miter slot adjustments,
and adjust as necessary.
4.
Reattach the table, making sure there is
adequate blade clearance through all blade
adjustments. Recheck guard alignment to
the blade and to the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten down all the bolts before
use.
5.
If the blade is still contacting the insert,
repeat Steps 1-4. Check all other adjustments.
6.
Recheck the blade to miter slot adjustments,
and adjust as necessary.
Blade Adjustment Cap Screw
Arbor Bracket
Figure 30B. Adjusting arbor bracket.
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
SECTION 6: OPERATIONS
Pre-Run Check
Test Run
Before you begin to use your Model G7209/10
14" Table Saw, you should give it a thorough
inspection. While making your inspection, ask
yourself the following questions:
1.
Are all the fasteners tight?
2.
Is the blade mounted correctly?
3.
Is the saw stable?
4.
Is it wired properly?
5.
Is your electrical system properly configured?
6.
Have you checked your work piece for obvious defects?
7.
Are the V-belts properly tensioned and the
pulleys properly aligned?
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire operations
process. Failure to comply may result in serious
personal injury.
8.
Is the guard assembly installed and functional?
9.
Have you checked the saw blade clearance
when it is adjusted to varying angles and
depths?
1.
Face the table saw and stand to the left of
the blade path.
10. Have you read all warnings and directions
regarding the operation of this machine?
2.
With one finger on the START button and
one finger on the STOP button, turn the saw
on. Be ready to turn it off in case of mishap.
3.
Watch and listen to the saw. Note whether
there are any unusual sounds or excessive
vibrations.
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4.
If anything appears abnormal, immediately
turn off the saw and fix the problem. If a
problem exists that is beyond the scope of
this manual, call our service department.
5.
If the saw is behaving normally, turn it off and
prepare to make a cut according to the
instructions outlined in the following sections.
2.
Cross-cut Blade: Used for cutting across
the grain. 14" cross-cut blades have
between 60-80 teeth, alternate top bevel or
steep alternate top bevel tooth profiles, small
hook angle and a shallow gullet. See Figure
32.
Blade Selection
Choosing the correct blade for the job is essential
for the safe and efficient use of your table saw.
Ignoring this important step could result in damage to the saw and serious injury to the operator.
Documented below are the most common saw
blades and their uses.
Figure 32. Cross-cutting blade.
3.
1.
Rip Blade: Used for cutting with the grain.
Typically, 14" rip blades have between 30-40
teeth, a flat-top ground profile and large gullets to allow for large chip removal. See
Figure 31.
Combination Blade: Used for cutting with
and across the grain. A compromise
between a rip blade and a cross-cut blade, a
14" combination blade will typically have
between 60-70 teeth, an alternate top bevel
and flat or alternate top bevel and raker
tooth profile. The teeth are arranged in
groups of five. The gullets are small and
shallow within the groups of five teeth, similar to a cross-cut blade; then large and deep
between the groups, like a ripping blade.
See Figure 33.
Figure 31. Ripping blade.
Figure 33. Combination blade.
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4.
Plywood Blade: Used for cutting plywood or
veneers. A 14" plywood blade will have 80+
teeth, a steep alternate top bevel tooth profile and very shallow gullet. See Figure 34.
Flat
Top
Blade
Alternate
Top Bevel
And
Raker
Triple
Chip
Blade
Alternate
Top
Bevel
Figure 35. Various saw tooth cutting profiles.
Crosscutting
Figure 34. Plywood blade.
5.
6.
7.
Thin-kerf: Most types of saw blades are
available in a thin-kerf style. Used primarily
to minimize stock wastage. It is recommended thin-kerf blades be used in conjunction
with a blade stabilizer to reduce blade wobble. Note: Most blade guards/splitters are
thicker than most thin-kerf blades. Make
sure the stock will pass by the guard/splitter
before beginning a cut.
Dado Blades: There are two types of dado
blades: stack and wobble. Stack dadoes are
expensive and time consuming to set up but
leave a clean and smooth finish. Stack
dadoes are used for fine furniture and cabinet making. Wobble dadoes are inexpensive
and easy to set up, but leave a rough finish.
Moulding Heads: A moulding head is a cutterhead that attaches to the arbor and holds
individual moulding knives. We do not recommend their use. They are very dangerous
and required training beyond the scope of
this manual.
This section on blade selection is by no means
comprehensive. Always follow the saw blade
manufacturer's recommendations to assure safe
and efficient operation of your table saw.
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Crosscutting means cutting across the grain of
the wood. In wood products without grain (i.e.
MDF, particleboard) it simply means cutting
across the width of the stock.
Crosscuts are made with the miter gauge. There
are two miter gauge slots in the table top. Use the
one that works best for the piece being crosscut.
To make a crosscut using the miter gauge:
1.
Inspect the board for soundness. You do not
necessarily need a square edge to crosscut
with accuracy.
2.
Inspect the miter gauge. Is it properly set and
tight? Move the rip fence completely out of
the way.
3.
Turn on the saw and allow it to come to full
speed.
4.
Hold the workpiece firmly against the face of
the miter gauge and ease it into the blade.
See Figure 36.
5.
Turn off the saw and allow the blade to come
to a full stop.
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workpiece fully past the blade. When a small
width is to be ripped and a push-stick cannot be safely put between the blade and rip
fence, rip a larger piece to obtain the desired
piece.
3.
Turn on the saw and allow it to reach full
speed. Place the trued edge of the board
against the rip fence. Feed the workpiece
slowly and evenly into the blade. Do not
stand behind the board as shown in Figure
37.
Figure 36. Cross-cut operation.
Ripping
Ripping means to cut with the grain of the wood.
In other materials such as MDF or plywood, ripping simply means to cut lengthwise. To rip a
board:
1.
Inspect the board for soundness. You will
need a straightedge to rip with accuracy.
Your workpiece may need to be jointed flat
before attempting to cut on the table saw.
Never attempt to rip a board that does not
have one perfectly straight edge on it.
Always run the straight edge of the board
against the rip fence. Failure to do this
could result in kickback and serious personal injury.
2.
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Figure 37. Do not stand directly behind wood.
Stand out of the line of potential kickback.
Hold the workpiece firmly against the fence
and table. Do not allow your fingers to get
close to the blade! Do not reach over the
blade to off-load the workpiece.
Set the rip fence to the desired distance from
the blade. IF YOU ARE MAKING NARROW
CUTS, USE A PUSH-STICK. It is unsafe to
put your hands close to the blade. A pushstick pattern has been included in this manual on Page 45, or you can purchase the
G3445 or G1411 push stick from the Grizzly
catalog. Use them to hold the workpiece
against the table and fence, and push the
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Dado Operations
In addition to its ability to rip and crosscut lumber,
the table saw is also an invaluable tool for creating a variety of dadoes. These non-through cuts
can be created with a regular saw blade or with
specially-designed stacking or wobbling dado
blades. See Figure 38.
Always use push sticks, featherboards,
push paddles and other safety accessories
whenever possible to increase safety and
control during operations which require the
blade guard and splitter to be removed from
the saw. ALWAYS replace the blade guard
after dadoing is complete.
Proper dado operations will differ depending on
the blade system you choose. Consult the
instructions included with your dado blades for
directions regarding attachment and adjustment.
To use a dado blade:
1.
Ensure that the saw is switched off and disconnected from its power source.
2.
Remove the table insert, splitter guard, regular saw blade, and 1" arbor. Install the long
5
⁄8" dado arbor.
Figure 38. Optional dado blade system.
3.
Attach and adjust the dado blade system as
recommended in the dado blade’s instructions.
Never allow hands or arms to be above or
behind the saw blade. Should kickback
occur, the hands and arms can be pulled
into the saw blade. Serious injury will
result.
4.
Install the dado table insert.
5.
Raise the blade system up to the desired
depth of the dado. Make sure the dado blade
will not cut through the work piece.
6.
If dadoing along the length of your workpiece, adjust the distance between the fence
and the inside edge of the blade to suit your
needs. When cutting across the wood grain,
use the miter gauge as a guide while dadoing. Remember: Never use the fence as a
stop in conjunction with your miter gauge.
7.
Reconnect the saw to the power source.
8.
Using a scrap as a test piece, switch on the
saw and take a pass over the dado blade.
9.
If the cut is satisfactory, repeat with your finish stock.
Never perform a through cut operation with
a dado blade. A dado blade was designed to
make non-through cuts only. Failure to follow these directions could result in serious
injury will result.
Dado operations present very real hazards
requiring proper procedures to avoid serious injury. The chance of kickback is
always greater when dado blades are used
so extra precautions must be used. Any
movement of the stock away from the fence
will cause kickback. Be certain that stock is
flat and straight. Failure to follow these
warnings could result in serious personal
injury.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
10. Re-install the blade guard.
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Dadoing operations can also be accomplished
using a conventional saw blade. To create a single-blade dado:
1.
Clearly mark the width of the dado cut on
your workpiece. Include marks on the edge
of your workpiece so you can clearly identify
your intended cut while the material is laying
flat on the saw table.
2.
Set the blade height to the depth of cut you
wish to create.
3.
If the dado runs the length of the material,
adjust the fence so the blade is aligned with
the inside of your dado channel. See Figure
39.
Rabbet Operations
In addition to its ability to create a variety of
dadoes, this table saw can be used to cut Lshaped rabbets. These cuts can be created with
a regular saw blade or with specially-designed
stacking or wobbling dado blades. See Figure
38.
Proper rabbet operation will differ depending on
the blade system you choose. Consult the
instructions included with your dado blades for
directions regarding attachment and adjustment.
To use a dado blade for rabbeting operations:
1.
4.
Turn on your saw and make the first cut.
Fence
Wood Stock
Rabbet cutting on the edge of a piece of
stock requires the use of a sacrificial fence
attachment. See Figure 40. The sacrificial
fence can be made from a piece of wood
that is as long as the metal fence and 3⁄4"
thick. Once the sacrificial fence has been
cut, attach it to the metal fence with screws
or clamps, making sure they are all secure
and tight.
Saw Blade
Rip Fence
Figure 39. Single-blade dado cut.
5.
Turn off the saw and readjust the fence so
the blade is aligned with the other edge of
the intended dado channel. Be sure to keep
the cuts within your marks; otherwise, your
dado will be too large.
6.
Turn on the saw and make a second cut.
7.
Move toward the center of the dado with your
subsequent cuts until the dado is complete.
8.
Re-install the blade guard.
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Sacrificial Fence
Dado Insert
Blade Cut-Out
Figure 40. Sacrificial fence.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Always use push sticks, featherboards,
push paddles and other safety accessories
whenever possible to increase safety and
control during operations which require
that the blade guard and splitter must be
removed from the saw. ALWAYS replace the
blade guard after dadoing is complete.
Rabbeting operations can also be accomplished
using a conventional saw blade. To create a single-blade rabbet:
1.
Clearly mark the width of the rabbet cut on
your workpiece. Include marks on the edge
of your workpiece so you can clearly identify
your intended cut while the material is laying
flat on the saw table.
2.
Ensure that the saw is switched off and disconnected from its power source.
2.
Set the blade height to the depth of cut you
wish to create.
3.
Remove the table insert, splitter guard and
the regular saw blade from the arbor.
3.
4.
Attach and adjust the dado blade system as
recommended in the dado blade’s instructions. Raise the blade system according to
your needs. Make sure it will not cut through
the workpiece.
If the rabbet runs the length of the material,
adjust the fence so the blade is aligned with
the inside of your rabbet channel.
4.
Turn on your saw and make the first cut.
5.
Turn off the saw and readjust the fence so
that the next cut will remove another portion
of the wood stock between the inside edge of
the rabbet and the edge of the wood.
6.
Turn on the saw and make a second cut.
7.
Continue to readjust the blade and cut until
the entire rabbet is made.
8.
Re-install the blade guard.
5.
If rabbeting along the length of your workpiece, adjust the distance between the fence
and the outside edge of the blade to suit your
needs. See Figure 41. When cutting across
the wood grain, use the miter gauge as a
guide while rabbeting. Remember: Never
use the fence as a stop in conjunction with
your miter gauge.
6.
Using a scrap as a test piece, switch on the
saw and take a pass over the dado blade.
7.
If the cut is satisfactory, repeat with your finish stock.
8.
Re-install the blade guard.
Rip
Fence
Fence
Sacrificial
SacraficialFence
Fence
Wood Stock
Instructions on using moulding heads have
been intentionally left out. They are very
dangerous when not used properly.
Considerable skill and training beyond the
scope of this manual are required to safely
operate a moulding head. Serious personal
injury could result if this warning is not followed.
Dado Blade
Figure 41. Rabbet cutting.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
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SECTION 7: MAINTENANCE
General
V-Belt
Regular periodic maintenance on your Model
G7209/10 will ensure its optimum performance.
Make a habit of inspecting your machine each
time you use it. Check for the following conditions
and repair or replace when necessary:
To ensure optimum power transmission from the
motor to the blade, the V-belts must be in good
condition and operate under proper tension.
When replacing V-belts, it is important to replace
all four at the same time - even if they do not all
appear worn.
1. Loose mounting bolts.
2. Worn switch.
Belt tension should be checked at least every 3
months; more often if using the table saw intensively.
3. Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
4. Damaged V-belt.
The V-belts are accessed through the cavity on
the right side of the saw. They link the arbor and
motor pulleys. To check V-belt tension:
5. Any other condition that could hamper the
safe operation of this machine.
1.
Squeeze the center of each V-belt.
6. Inspect blades for damage.
2.
Note the amount of deflection. Deflection
should be approximately 3⁄4". See Figure 42.
7. Guard alignment and operation.
Table
3
⁄4"
The nonpainted surfaces on the Model G7209/10
should be protected against rust and pitting.
Wiping the machine clean after every use ensures
that wood dust isn’t allowed to trap moisture
against bare metal surfaces.
Some woodworkers recommend using automotive paste wax on exposed steel and cast iron surfaces. The wax provides a layer of protection, as
well as reducing friction between lumber and the
table, making cuts faster and smoother. Avoid
waxes that contain silicone or other synthetic
ingredients. These materials can find their way
into lumber that’s being worked, and can make
staining and finishing difficult. If you use paste
wax, make sure that it’s 100% Carnauba wax.
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Figure 42.
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance or
repairs. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
To adjust V-belt tension:
1.
Loosen the motor mount bolt.
2.
Shift the motor up or down to increase or
decrease the V-belt tension. Tighten the
motor mount bolt.
3.
Check the V-belt tension again. Ensure that
the motor pulley and arbor pulley are lined
up.
Lubrication
The shielded ball bearings in the motor and
throughout the Model G7209/10 require no further lubrication during their lifetime. When they do
wear out, replacements can be obtained through
the Grizzly Parts Department.
To replace the V-belts:
Lubricate the areas indicated below every 12
months.
1.
Remove the blade.
1.
2.
Adjust the arbor so it is up all the way and in
the 90° position.
Blade angling trunnions. These should be
lubricated with 6 or 7 drops of light machine
oil.
2.
3.
Place a board under the motor and loosen
the motor mount bolt. Slowly lower the arbor
until the motor rests on the board, allowing
the belts to be loose on the pulleys.
Blade height trunnion. This should also be
lubricated with 6 or 7 drops of light machine
oil.
3.
The two (2) worm gears should be lubricated with an automotive wheel bearing grease.
The blade angle worm gear is not shown in
Figure 43.
4.
Pull off the old V-belts and replace them with
new ones. Have the number from the belt
ready when calling the service department
for replacements.
5.
Raise the arbor and remove the board to
adjust the V-belt tension.
6.
Tighten the motor mount bolt.
These points can be reached by removing the
table. Check all adjustments when finished lubricating.
Keep clothing rolled
up and out of the way
of machinery and keep
hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire maintenance process. Failure
to comply may result in
serious personal injury.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
Figure 43. Lubricate these areas.
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SECTION 8: CLOSURE
The following pages contain general machine
data, troubleshooting guide, parts diagram, parts
list and Warranty/Return information for your
Model G7209/10 Table Saw.
If you need parts or help in assembling your
machine, or if you need operational information,
we encourage you to call the Customer Service
Department. Our trained service technicians will
be glad to help you.
If you have comments dealing specifically with
this manual, please write to our Bellingham,
Washington location using the address in the
Introduction. The specifications, drawings, and
photographs illustrated in this manual represent
the Model G7209/10 Table Saw as supplied
when the manual was prepared. However, due to
Grizzly’s policy of continuous improvement,
changes may be made at any time with no obligation on the part of Grizzly. Whenever possible,
though, we send manual updates to all owners of
a particular tool or machine. Should you receive
one, add the new information to this manual and
keep it for reference.
We have included some important safety measures that are essential to this machine’s operation. While most safety measures are generally
universal, Grizzly reminds you that each workshop is different and safety rules should be considered as they apply to your specific situation.
Operating this equipment has the potential
for flying debris to cause eye injury. Always
wear safety glasses or goggles when operating equipment. Everyday glasses or reading glasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are not safety glasses. Be certain
the safety glasses you wear meet the appropriate standards of the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI).
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We recommend you keep a copy of our current
catalog for complete information regarding
Grizzly's warranty and return policy. If you need
additional technical information relating to this
machine, or if you need general assistance or
replacement parts, please contact the Customer
Service Department listed in the introduction.
Additional information sources are necessary to
realize the full potential of this machine. Trade
journals, woodworking magazines, and your local
library are good places to start.
The Model G7209/10 was specifically
designed for woodcutting operations. DO
NOT MODIFY AND/OR USE THIS MACHINE
FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE. Modifications
or improper use of this tool will void the
warranty. If you are confused about any
aspect of this machine, DO NOT use it until
all your questions have been answered.
Serious personal injury may occur.
Like all power tools, there is danger associated with the Model G7209/10. Accidents
are frequently caused by lack of familiarity
or failure to pay attention. Use this tool
with respect and caution to lessen the possibility of operator injury. If normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored,
serious personal injury may occur.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
MACHINE DATA
SHEET
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
GRIZZLY MODEL G7209 14'' TABLE SAW
Design Type .................................................................................................... Tilting Arbor
Overall Dimensions:
With Wings and Fence Rails ....................................................82" W x 47" D x 42" H
Table Height ..........................................................................................................351⁄2''
Table Size ......................................................................................................28'' x 38''
Table Size w⁄ Extension Wings ....................................................................481⁄2'' x 38''
Miter Gauge Groove Type ⁄ Size ........................................................T-slot ⁄ 1⁄2'' x 63⁄64''
Weight (Shipping)............................................................................................1000 lbs.
Box # 1 Size ........................................................................431⁄2" L x 361⁄2" W x 42" H
Box # 2 Size ................................................................................49" L x 17" W x 5" H
Footprint ......................................................................................................31" x 271⁄2"
Construction:
Table ..................................................................................Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Cabinet ................................................................................................Preformed Steel
Fence ....................................Single Lever, Front Locking, Extruded Aluminum Sides
Rails ........................................................................773⁄8" L x 2" Square Tubing, Front
Miter Gauge ....................................................................................................Cast Iron
Trunnions ........................................................................................................Cast Iron
Spindle Bearings ..............................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Capacities:
Maximum Blade Diameter ........................................................................................14"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 90° ....................................................................................5''
Blade Tilt....................................................................................................0 - 45° Right
Maximum Depth of Cut at 45° ................................................................................39⁄16"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade ............................................................................503⁄4"
Maximum Rip to Left of Blade ................................................................................93⁄16"
Distance Front of Table to Center of Blade ..........................................................221⁄2"
Distance Front of Table at Maximum Cut..............................................................151⁄2"
Motor:
Type ............................................................................TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower..........................................................................................................5 H.P.
Phase ⁄ Cycle ..............................................................................Single Phase ⁄ 60 HZ
Voltage ..................................................................................................................220V
Amps ......................................................................................................................30 A
Motor R.P.M...............................................................................................3450 R.P.M.
Power Transfer ............................................................................Quadruple Belt Drive
Bearings ..........................................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Switch ......................................................Magnetic with Thermal Overload Protection
Arbor:
Arbor Diameter ..........................................................................................................1''
Arbor Speed ..............................................................................................3850 R.P.M.
Features:
..................................................................................................................4'' Dust Port
..........................................................................................................Machined Collars
......................................................................................Inboard & Outboard Bearings
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
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MACHINE DATA
SHEET
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
GRIZZLY MODEL G7210 14'' TABLE SAW
Design Type .................................................................................................... Tilting Arbor
Overall Dimensions:
With Wings and Fence Rails ....................................................82" W x 47" D x 42" H
Table Height ..........................................................................................................351⁄2''
Table Size ......................................................................................................28'' x 38''
Table Size w⁄ Extension Wings ....................................................................481⁄2'' x 38''
Miter Gauge Groove Type ⁄ Size ........................................................T-slot ⁄ 1⁄2'' x 63⁄64''
Weight (Shipping)............................................................................................1000 lbs.
Box # 1 Size ........................................................................431⁄2" L x 361⁄2" W x 42" H
Box # 2 Size ................................................................................49" L x 17" W x 5" H
Footprint ......................................................................................................31" x 271⁄2"
Construction:
Table ..................................................................................Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Cabinet ................................................................................................Preformed Steel
Fence ....................................Single Lever, Front Locking, Extruded Aluminum Sides
Rails ........................................................................773⁄8" L x 2" Square Tubing, Front
Miter Gauge ....................................................................................................Cast Iron
Trunnions ........................................................................................................Cast Iron
Spindle Bearings ..............................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Capacities:
Maximum Blade Diameter ........................................................................................14"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 90° ....................................................................................5''
Blade Tilt....................................................................................................0 - 45° Right
Maximum Depth of Cut at 45° ................................................................................39⁄16"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade ............................................................................503⁄4"
Maximum Rip to Left of Blade ................................................................................93⁄16"
Distance Front of Table to Center of Blade ..........................................................221⁄2"
Distance Front of Table at Maximum Cut..............................................................151⁄2"
Motor:
Horsepower ......................................................................................................71⁄2 H.P.
Phase ⁄ Cycle................................................................................Three Phase ⁄ 60 HZ
Voltage ........................................................................................................220V/440V
Amps ................................................................................................................22A/11A
Motor R.P.M...............................................................................................3450 R.P.M.
Power Transfer ............................................................................Quadruple Belt Drive
Bearings ..........................................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Switch ......................................................Magnetic with Thermal Overload Protection
Arbor:
Arbor Diameter ..........................................................................................................1''
Arbor Speed ..............................................................................................3850 R.P.M.
Features:
..................................................................................................................4'' Dust Port
..........................................................................................................Machined Collars
......................................................................................Inboard & Outboard Bearings
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
REVISED 10/99
5 HP Magnetic Switch -NHD Type
SINGLE-PHASE
220 VOLT POWER SOURCE
Disconnect power from
machine before performing
any
electrical
service.
Failure to do this will result
in a shock hazard leading to
injury or death.
3L2
5L3 NO 13
ON
2T1
5L3
6T3 NO 14
24
T1
2
T2
4
GROUND
1L1
30 36
T3
6
97
95
96
98
MOTOR
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7-1/2 HP Magnetic Switch -NHD Type
THREE-PHASE
220 VOLT POWER SOURCE
Disconnect power from
machine before performing
any
electrical
service.
Failure to do this will result
in a shock hazard leading to
injury or death.
3L2
5L3 NO 13
ON
2T1
5L3
6T3 NO 14
16
T1
2
T2
4
GROUND
1L1
22 28
T3
6
97
95
96
98
MOTOR
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401
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401
403
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404
402
405
408
410
409
101
412
406
102
108
138
144 139
143
140
103
142
141
137
128A
114
133 131
138
122
126
130
123
115
132
116
110
118
134A
333
128A
332
134B
331
330 334
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125
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335
81
109
111
153
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153A
221
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223
227
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222
224
226
208A
230
229
228
209
210
212
213
211
217
216
78
2
15
14
4
27
83
7
5
6
9
11
16
32
38
3
41
31
30
8
10
59
48
29
47
39
40
56
44
43
41
31
33
45
51
53A
50
66
52
55
54
78
15
14
65
60
3
58
57
77
56
26
28
18
21
19
1
22
24
17
62A
20
62B
24
68
72
28
62
75
61
25
23
24
70
69
74
23
207
233
201
205
206
206
204
215
214
203
202
306
308
302
301
304
303
310
311
ref part #
002 P7209002
003 P7209003
004 P7209004
005 P7209005
006 P7209006
007 P7209007
008 P6006
009 PSB31M
010 P7209010
011 P7209011
014 P7209014
015 PLW05M
016 PSS02M
017 P7209017
018 P7209018
019 P7209019
020 PW02M
021 P7209021
022 P7209022
023 P7209023
024 P7209024
025 P7209025
026 P7209026
027 P7209027
028 PK12M
029 P7209029
030 P7209030
031 PN03M
032 PB20M
033 PB20M
034 P7209034
035 P7209035
036 PW06M
037 P7209037
038 PK33M
039 PSS02M
040 P7209040
041 P7209041
043 P6204
044 P7209044
045 P7209045
047 PSB58M
048 P7209048
050 PB06M
051 PW01M
052 P7209052
053A PSB31M
054 PLW05M
055 PN09M
056 P7209056
057 P7209057
058 P7209058
059 P7209059
060 P7209060
061 PSS20M
062 P7209062
062A PB38M
062B P7209062B
066 P7209066
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description
BUSHING
BUSHING
ARBOR NUT 1"
BLADE FLANGE 1"
ARBOR adapter 1"
ARBOR
Ball bearing 6006
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
Bearing Nut
ARBOR BRACKET
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 35
LOCK WASHER 12MM
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
INDICATOR BRACKET
CAP SCREW M6-1.0 X 75
INDICATOR
FLAT WASHER 5MM
ROUND HD SCreW M5-.8 x 8
COLLAR
COLLAR
ROLL PIN
LIMIT STUD
TILT ADJUSTMENT SHAFT
FRONT TRUNNION BRACKET
KEY 5 X 5 X 30
WASHER
FRONT TRUNNION
HEX NUT M8-1.25
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 35
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 35
PIVOT SHAFT
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 x 15
FLAT WASHER 12MM
COTTER PIN
KEY 5 X 5 X 45
SET SCREW M6-1.0 X 6
DRIVE PULLEY
SNAP RING, R30
Ball bearing 6204
WASHER
LOCKING NUT 20MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 12
DUST DEFLECTOR
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 12
FLAT WASHER 8MM
FRONT SUPPORT BRACKET
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
LOCK WASHER 12MM
HEX NUT M12-1.75
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 x 25
TAPER PIN #4 X 20
REAR TRUNNION
TAPER PIN #4 X 25
ARM
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 8
MOTOR MOUNT SUPPORT
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 60
SPACER
SHAFT
ref part #
description
068 P7209068 WORM GEAR
069 PLW05M
LOCK WASHER 12MM
070 PN09M
HEX NUT M12-1.75
072 PB31M
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 45
074 P51104
Thrust bearing
075 P7209075 HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT SHAFT
077 P7209077 REAR TRUNNION BRACKEt
078 PN09M
HEX NUT M12-1.75
079 P7209079 BUSHING
080 P7209080 MOTOR PULLEY
081 PSS02M
SET SCREW M6-1.0 X 6
082 PVA28
V-BELT A-28 4L280
083 P7209083 ARBOR EXTENSION DADO 1"
084 PAW08M ALLEN WRENCH 8MM
085 P7209085 SPANNER WRENCH
087 PAW05M ALLEN WRENCH 5MM
088 PAW03M ALLEN WRENCH 3MM
089 PWR1214 12 x 14 WRENCH
090 PWR1719 17 X 19 WRENCH
101 P7209101 EXTENSION TABLE
102 PB75M
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 35
103 PLW05M
LOCK WASHER 12MM
104 PSB02M
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20
105 P7209105 T BLOCKS
106 P7209106 BLADE INSERT
107 PSS03M
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
108 P7209108 TABLE
109 P7209109 BASE
110 P7209110 INDICATOR PLATE
111 P7209111 RND HD SCR M3-.5 x 15
114 P7209114 LINE CORD - Short
115 PLW05M
LOCK WASHER 12MM
116 P7209116 HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 35
117 P7209117 MAGNETIC SWITCH
118 P7209118 RND HD SCR M5-.80 X 8
122 P7209122 LINE CORD - long
123 P7209123 DOOR
125 P7209125 Strain relief
126 P7209126 LOCKING KNOB
128A P7209128A CRANK HANDLE
130 P7209130 HANDWHEEL
131 PSB61M CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 20
132 P7209132 SHIELD PLATE
133 PSS02M
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
134 P7209125strain relief
134A P7209134A WIRE COVER
134B P7209134B STRAIN RELIEF
136 P7209136 HANDWHEEL
137 P7209137 GUARD SUPPORT ROD
138 PB07M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
139 PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
140 P7209140guard SUPPORT (UPPER)
141 PLW04M
LOCK WASHER 8MM
142 P7209142guard SUPPORT (LOWER)
143 PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
144 PB06M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 12
145 P7209145 FENCE GUIDE RAIL (FRONT)
146 P7209146 FENCE GUIDE RAIL (REAR)
147 P7209147 T BOLT
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REF
148
149
150
151
152
153
PART #
P7209148
PLW06M
PN02M
PSS03M
P7209152
P7209153
153A
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202
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DESCRIPTION
SPACER
LOCK WASHER 10MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
SET SCREW M6-1.0 X 8
DADO INSERT
MOTOR
KEY 8 X 8 X 30
P7209201
P7209202
P7209203
P7209204
PB03M
PLW04M
PFH08M
P7209208
FRONT RAIL
BACK RAIL
SQUARE TUBE
TAPE SCALE
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 16
LOCK WASHER 8MM
FLAT HD SCR M8-1.25 X 12
FENCE SIDE
208A P7209208A
FENCE END CAP
209
210
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215
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228
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230
231
233
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255
256
MAIN FENCE BODY
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 20
FLAT WASHER 10MM
LOCK WASHER 10MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 30
RAIL SPACER
NYLON BLOCK
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 15
LOCK KNOB
LOCK HANDLE
TEFLON PAD
FENCE LOCK (CLAMP SHOE)
LOCK NUT 3/8"-16
HEX BOLT 3/8"-16 X 1 3/4
LOCK NUT M6-1.0
CAP SCREW M6-1.0 X 40
HAIRLINE INDICATOR
INDICATOR BRACKET
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
FLAT WASHER 5MM
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10
NYLON ADJUSTING SCREW
BAR END CAP
TOOL BOX W/O ARBOR EXTS
HARDWARE BAG
COMPLETE GUARD ASSY
P7209209
PW04M
PLW06M
PN02M
PB26M
P7209215
P7209216
PS20M
P1021134
P7209219
P7209220
P7209221
PLN01
PB25
PLN03M
P7209225
P7209226
P7209227
PS05M
PW02M
PSS16M
P7209231
P7209233
P7209254
P7209255
P7209256
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
REF
301
302
303
304
305
308
310
311
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
PART #
P7209301
PW04M
P7209303
P7209304
P7209305
PSS02M
P7209310
PFH04M
P7209329
P7209330
P7209331
P7209332
P7209333
P7209334
P7209335
P7209401
P7209402
P7209403
P7209404
P7209405
P7209406
P7209407
P7209408
P7209409
P7209410
P7209411
PRP42M
DESCRIPTION
HANDLE
FLAT WASHER 10MM
BAR
GAUGE
INDICATOR
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
SPECIAL WASHER
FLAT HD SCR M6-1 X 8
GUARD WARNING LABEL
ID/WARNING LABEL
GLASSES WARNING LABEL
UNPLUG WARNING LABEL
READ MANUAL LABEL
ELECTRICAL WARNING LABEL
CAST LOGO
RETAINER
GUARD
SUPPORT ARM
PIN
SPRING
BLADE SPLITTER
SPACER
PIN
PAWL
RETAINER
PIN
ROLL PIN 3 X 20
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Motor will not start.
1.
2.
1.
Low voltage.
Open circuit in motor or loose con- 2.
nections.
Check power line for proper voltage.
Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open connections.
Motor will not start; fuses or 1.
2.
circuit breakers blow.
1.
Short circuit in line cord or plug.
Short circuit in motor or loose con- 2.
nections.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in 3.
power line.
Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted wires.
Inspect all connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals
or worn insulation.
Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
1.
Motor overloaded.
Air circulation through the motor 2.
restricted.
Reduce load on motor.
Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.
3.
Motor overheats.
1.
2.
Motor stalls (resulting in 1.
blown fuses or tripped cir2.
cuit).
3.
4.
Machine slows when operating.
Loud, repetitious noise coming from machine.
1.
2.
3.
Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
Low voltage.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in
power line.
Motor overloaded.
1.
2
3.
Inspect connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals or
worn insulation.
Correct the low voltage conditions.
Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
4.
Reduce load on motor.
Applying too much pressure to workpiece.
Feed workpiece slower.
Pulley setscrews or keys are missing 1.
or loose.
2.
Motor fan is hitting the cover.
3.
V-belts are defective
Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or tighten if necessary.
1.
2.
3.
Tighten fan or shim cover.
Replace V-belts. See Maintenance.
Replace blade.
Make table parallel to blade. See Adjustments.
Make fence parallel to blade. See Adjustments.
1.
Blade is not square w/miter 2.
slot or fence is not square to 3.
blade.
Blade is warped.
Table top is not parallel to blade.
Fence is not parallel to blade.
1.
Fence hits table top when
sliding on to the table.
2.
Front rail is bolted too low on the 1.
table.
Rear rail is bolted too low on the 2.
table.
Raise front rail.
Blade does not reach 90°.
1.
2.
1.
90° stop bolt is out of adjustment.
Pointer bracket is hitting before the 2.
blade reaches 90°.
Adjust 90° stop bolt. See Adjustments.
File down the right side of the pointer bracket until the blade
can reach 90°.
Blade hits insert at 45°.
1.
2.
3.
Hole in insert is inadequate.
Table out of alignment.
Blade position is incorrect.
Blade won’t go beneath
table surface.
Hand wheels won’t turn.
1.
2.
3.
File or mill the hole in the insert.
Align table. See Adjustments.
Adjust blade position. See Adjustments.
Table top too low.
Raise table top w/washers.
1.
Hand wheel key is inserted too far.
2.
Bullets are wedged.
Roll pin or setscrew in worm gear is 3.
contacting geared trunnion.
Remove hand wheel and adjust key.
Remove hand wheel and adjust bullets.
Inspect roll pins and setscrews in the worm gear. Tighten if
necessary.
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1.
2.
3.
Raise rear rail.
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance or
repairs. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
CUT HERE TO
PUSH 1⁄4'' WOOD
CUT HERE TO
PUSH 1⁄2'' WOOD
⁄2'' GRID
1
CAUTION
USE ONLY GOOD
STRONG WOOD OR
PLYWOOD
PUSH STICK
MAKE FROM 1⁄2'' OR 3⁄4''
WOOD OR THICKNESS
LESS THAN WIDTH OF
MAT'L TO BE CUT
NOTCH TO HELP
PREVENT HAND
FROM SLIPPING
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
WARRANTY AND RETURNS
Grizzly Industrial, Inc. warrants every product it sells for a period of 1 year to the original purchaser from
the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse,
negligence, accidents, repairs or alterations or lack of maintenance. This is Grizzly’s sole written warranty
and any and all warranties that may be implied by law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any particular purpose, are hereby limited to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant or represent
that the merchandise complies with the provisions of any law or acts unless the manufacturer so warrants.
In no event shall Grizzly’s liability under this warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product and
any legal actions brought against Grizzly shall be tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom.
We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special, or consequential damages arising from the use of our products.
To take advantage of this warranty, contact us by mail or phone and give us all the details. We will then
issue you a “Return Number,’’ which must be clearly posted on the outside as well as the inside of the carton. We will not accept any item back without this number. Proof of purchase must accompany the merchandise.
The manufacturers reserve the right to change specifications at any time because they constantly strive to
achieve better quality equipment. We make every effort to ensure that our products meet high quality and
durability standards and we hope you never need to use this warranty.
Please feel free to write or call us if you have any questions about the machine or the manual.
Thank you again for your business and continued support. We hope to serve you again soon.
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G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
WARRANTY CARD
Name ____________________________________________________________________________________
Street ____________________________________________________________________________________
City ______________________________________________________________State________Zip_________
Phone Number_______________________E-Mail_______________________FAX________________________
MODEL # __________________________Order #______________________________________________
The following information is given on a voluntary basis. It will be used for marketing purposes to help us develop better products and services. Of
course, all information is strictly confidential.
How did you learn about us?
___Advertisement
___Catalog
___World Wide Web
___Friend
___Card Deck
10.
___1" x 42" Belt Sander
___5" - 8" Drill Press
___8" Table Saw
___8" - 10" Bandsaw
___Disc/Belt Sander
___Mini Jointer
___Other__________________________________________________
2.
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to.
___American Woodworker
___Cabinetmaker
___Family Handyman
___Fine Homebuilding
___Fine Woodworking
___Home Handyman
___Journal of Light Construction
___Old House Journal
___Popular Mechanics
___Popular Science
___Popular Woodworking
3.
___Practical Homeowner
___Shop Notes
___Today’s Homeowner
___WOOD
___Wooden Boat
___Woodshop News
___Woodsmith
___Woodwork
___Woodworker
___Woodworker’s Journal
___Workbench
___Other__________________________________________________
11.
How many of the machines checked above are Grizzly? ____________
12.
Which portable/hand held power tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___Other__________________________________________________
Which of the following woodworking/remodeling shows do you watch?
___Other__________________________________________________
___The New Yankee Workshop
___This Old House
___Woodwright’s Shop
13.
What is your annual household income?
___$20,000-$29,999
___$30,000-$39,999
___$40,000-$49,999
___$50,000-$59,999
14.
What new accessories would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
15.
What other companies do you purchase your tools and supplies from?
__________________________________________________________
___50-59
___60-69
___70 +
__________________________________________________________
16.
How long have you been a woodworker?
___0 - 2 Years
___2 - 8 Years
What machines/supplies would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
__________________________________________________________
What is your age group?
___20-29
___30-39
___40-49
6.
___$60,000-$69,999
___$70,000-$79,999
___$80,000-$89,999
___$90,000 +
___8 - 20 Years
___20+ Years
Do you think your purchase represents good value?
___Yes
17.
___No
How would you rank your woodworking skills?
18.
___Simple
___Intermediate
___Advanced
___Master Craftsman
Would you allow us to use your name as a reference for Grizzly customers
in your area? Note: We never use names more than three times.
___Yes
8.
___No
Would you recommend Grizzly Industrial to a friend?
___Yes
7.
___Orbital Sander
___Palm Sander
___Portable Planer
___Saber Saw
___Reciprocating Saw
___Router
__________________________________________________________
___Other__________________________________________________
5.
___6" - 8" Grinder
___Mini Lathe
___10" - 12" Thickness Planer
___Scroll Saw
___Spindle/Belt Sander
___Belt Sander
___Biscuit Joiner
___Circular Saw
___Detail Sander
___Drill/Driver
___Miter Saw
___Backyard America
___Home Time
___The American Woodworker
4.
Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___No
What stationary woodworking tools do you own? Check all that apply.
19.
___Air Compressor
___Band Saw
___Drill Press
___Drum Sander
___Dust Collector
___Horizontal Boring Machine
___Jointer
___Lathe
___Mortiser
___Panel Saw
___Planer
___Power Feeder
___Radial Arm Saw
___Shaper
___Spindle Sander
___Table Saw
___Vacuum Veneer Press
___Wide Belt Sander
Comments:_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
___Other__________________________________________________
9.
How many of your woodworking machines are Grizzly? _____________
G7209/10 14'' Table Saw
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1.
FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE
Place
Stamp
Here
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P.O. BOX 2069
BELLINGHAM, WA 98227-2069
FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE
Send a Grizzly Catalog to a friend:
Name_______________________________
Street_______________________________
City______________State______Zip______
TAPE ALONG EDGES--PLEASE DO NOT STAPLE
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