270 Metal Cutting Band Saw

270 Metal Cutting Band Saw
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270
Metal Cutting Band Saw
MODEL: 270V INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Table Of Contents
Section
Page No
1 Machine Overview…………………………………………………………………………..…. 2
2 Safety Rules ……………... ………………………………………………… ………………… 3
3 Specification ……………………………………………………………………………………. 5
4 Features ……………………………………………………………………..…………………. 5
5 Transportation & Installation………………………………………………………………….. 6
6 Minimum Space For Machine Operation ……………………………………………………. 7
7 Making Proper Tooth Selection ……………………………………………………………… 8
8 BI-Metal Speeds And Feeds …………………………………………………………………. 8
9 Use Of Main Machine Parts ………………………………………………………………….. 9
10 Maintaining …………………………………………………………………………………….. 13
11.Trouble shooting ………………………………………………………………………………. 14
12 Circuit Diagram ………………………………………………………………………………… 15
CAUTION
Install saw blade and blade guard
before use. Set proper blade tension
to prevent any danger caused by
damaged saw blade or work piece.
WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
As with all machinery there are certain hazards involved with operation and use of this machine. Proper use of the
machine will considerably lessen the possibility of personal injury. If normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored,
personal injury to the operator may result.
This machine was designed for specific applications only. We strongly recommend that this machine NOT be modified
and/or used for any application other than for which it was designed. If you have any questions relative to applications
DO NOT use the machine until you contact the manufacturer and they have advised you.
Before using this bandsaw, the proper electrical connections specific to this machine must be
followed. Trajan Saw Works accepts no responsibility or liability for damages or injuries caused by
improper electrical components and/or connections
1. Machine Overview
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Lift handle (w/o switch)
The blade tension
Saw
Motor
Control
Move Vise
The move vise
Fixed plate
Vise
Angle Sale
Base
The swivel vise base of handle
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2.SAFETY
A. OPERATOR SAFETY:
1. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Avoid loose fitting clothing, jewelry & gloves
2. ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION
3. NEVER LEAVE THE SAW RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF.
4. DO NOT OPERATE THE SAW UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS, ALCOHOL, OR ANY
PERSCRIPTION MEDICATION
5. ALWAYS KEEP HANDS AWAY FROM THE CUTTING AREA
6. STOP THE SAW BLADE BEFORE CLEANING CHIPS OUT OF THE PAN.
7. KEEP ALL GUARDS IN PLACE & IN WORKING ORDER.
B. MACHINE SAFETY:
1. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning it "on".
2. DON'T FORCE THE SAW. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it was designed.
3. PROPER USE OF ATTACHMENTS. Do not use attachment to do a job for which they were not
designed.
4. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or the saw vise to hold work.
5. MAINTAIN SAW BLADES IN TOP CONDITION. Keep saw blades sharp & clean for best performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing saw blades.
6. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure switch is in “OFF” position before plugging in power cord.
7. ADJUST AND POSITION the blade guide arm before starting the cut.
8. KEEP BLADE GUIDE ARM TIGHT, A loose blade guide arm aill affect sawing accuracy.
9. MAKE SURE blade speed is set correctly for the material being cut.
10. CHECK for proper blade size and type.
11. STOP the machine before putting material in the vise. ALWAYS have stock firmly clamped in vise
before starting cut.
12. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from tool before turning it "on".
13. DON'T FORCE THE SAW. It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for which it was designed.
14. PROPER USE OF ATTACHMENTS. Do not use attachment to do a job for which they were not
designed.
15. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or the saw vise to hold work.
16. MAINTAIN SAW BLADES IN TOP CONDITION. Keep saw blades sharp & clean for best performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing saw blades.
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17. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure switch is in “OFF” position before plugging in power cord.
18. ADJUST AND POSITION the blade guide arm before starting the cut.
19. KEEP BLADE GUIDE ARM TIGHT, A loose blade guide arm aill affect sawing accuracy.
20. MAKE SURE blade speed is set correctly for the material being cut.
21. CHECK for proper blade size and type.
22. STOP the machine before putting material in the vise.
23. ALWAYS have stock firmly clamped in vise before starting cut.
C. WORK ENVIRONMENT SAFETY:
1. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered, dirty work areas invite accidents.
2. DON'T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS. Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations, or
expose them to rain. Keep work area well-lighted.
3. DON’T install & use this machine in explosive, dangerous environment.
D. PROPER MAINTENANCE:
1. DISCONNECT machine from power source when making repairs.
2. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the saw, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully inspected to ensure that it will operate properly and perform its intended function.
Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, broken parts, mountings, and any other
conditions that may affect the saw’s operation. Any guard or other part that is damaged should be
properly repaired or replaced.
3. DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing and when changing accessories such as blades, bits, cutters,
etc.
4. MAKE SURE that blade tension and blade tacking are properly adjusted.
5. RE-CHECK blade tension after initial cut with a new blade.
6. CHECK COOLANT DAILY Low coolant level can cause foaming and high blade temperatures. Dirty or
weak coolant can clog the pump, cause crooked cuts, rust, low cutting rate and permanent blade failure.
Dirty coolant can cause the growth of bacteria with ensuing skin irritation.
7. WHEN CUTTING MAGNESIUM NEVER use soluble oils or emulsions(oil-water mix) as water will
greatly intensify any accidental magnesium chip fire. See your industrial coolant supplier for specific
coolant recommendations when cutting magnesium.
8. TO PREVENT CORROSION of machined surfaces when a soluble oil is used as coolant, pay particular
attention to wiping dry the surfaces where fluid accumulates and does not evaporate quickly, such as
between the machine bed and vise.
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E. SPECIFIED USAGE:
1. This machine should be used only for general metal cutting within the range of cutting capacity..
F. SAFETY FEATURES:
1. Interlock switch on pulley cover.
2. As soon as the pulley cover is open, machine will stop with the function of this switch. Do not remove
this switch from machine for any reason, and check it's function frequently. Interlock switch on cutting
area as soon as the cover of cutting area is open, machine will stop at once witch the function of this
switch. Do not remove this switch from machine for any reason, and check it's function frequently.
3.SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR
Saw Blade Speed
FPM
MPM
Blade Size(mm)
Dimension LxWxH (mm)
N.W / G.W (kgs)
Packing
Measurement
○ (mm/inch)
0°
□ (mm/inch)
○ (mm/inch)
Cutting
- 45°
Capacity
□ (mm/inch)
○ (mm/inch)
-60°
□ (mm/inch)
1.5HP, Single Phase
92 ~ 360(60HZ)
28 ~ 110(60HZ)
27x0.9x2450
1350x700x1326
208 / 240
1450x800x1260
225 / 8 3/4 “
240 x 160 / 9 3/8” x 6 1/4”
160 / 6 1/4”
155 x 115 / 6 1/8” x 4 1/2”
90 / 3 1/2”
90 x 100 / 3 1/2”x3 7/8”
4.FEATURES:
1. This machine is useful for cutting normal steel, steel pipe, and provides cutting angle at 0° to - 60°
by the swivel head.
2. A tooth selection chart was provided on the machine for cutting reference.
3. Variable speed control gives convenient selection of speeds.
4. This machine is using manual cutting by pulling down the saw bow by hand. Start (press) button is
located at the handle of the saw bow. Motor stops when button was released.
5. Stability of the machine, plus working table height is 950 mm, conforming to human engineering.
6. The one-inch blade and carbide guide provide better result of the cutting surface and efficiency.
7. The one-piece casting and one time CNC processing provide better rigidity and precision of the
machine.
8. The one-piece and full coverage blade cover conforms to CE stipulation. Well coolant fluid
collection system provides clean and dry, and safety of the working area.
9. Chip pan underneath the working table prevents coolant fluid leaking and keep floor dry.
10. Coolant for cutting,, water : oil = 40 : 1 oil specification.
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5.TRANSPORTATATION & INSTALLATION:
5-1.Unpacking
1. Transportation to desired location before unpacking, please use-lifting jack. (Fig. B)
2. Transportation after unpacking, please use heavy duty fiber belt to lift up the machine.
Fig, B
ALLWAYS KEEP PROPER FOOTING & BALANCE WHILE MOVING THIS
MACHINE.
5-2.TRANSPORTATION OF MACHINE:
As this machine weights 240kgs (458.6lbs) it is recommended that the
machine be transported with help of lifting jack.
Transportation Recommendation:
1. Tighten all locks before operation.
2. Always keep proper footing & balance while moving this machine, and
only use a heavy duty of fiber belt to lift the machine as per Fig. A.
3. TURN OFF the power before wiring & be sure machine is properly
grounded. Overload & circuit breaker are recommended for safety
wiring.
4. Tighten 4 bolts to base holes after machine is balanced.
5. Check carefully if the saw blade is running in counterFig. A
clockwise direction if not, reverse the wiring per circuit
then repeat the running test.
6. Keep machine always out from sun, dust, wet, or raining area.
diagram,
5-3.Installation:
(1) Always Keep proper footing & balance while moving this 208kgs machine.
And only use heavy-duty fiber belt to lift the machine as per Fig. (B).
(2) Hang the machine up, away from the floor, take away the 4 pads and
assemble them on the auxiliary stand. Fix the machine on the auxiliary
stand and lock the connection nut.
(3) Finish removing this wooden case/crate from the machine. Unbolt the
machine from the crate bottom.
(4) Position & tighten 4 bolts into base holes properly after machine in
balance.
(5) Turn off the power before wiring & be sure machine is in proper grounding.
Overload & circuit breaker is recommended for safety wiring.
(6) Keep machine always out from sun, dust, wet, raining area.
B
Fig. B
5-4.CLEANING & LUBRICATING
(1) Your machine has been coated with a heavy grease to protect it in shipping. This coating should be
completely removed before operating the machine. Commercial degreaser, kerosene or similar
solvent may be used to remove the grease from the machine, but avoid getting solvent on belts or
other rubber parts.
(2) After cleaning, coat all bright work with a light lubricant. Lubricate all points . with a medium
consistency machine oil.
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6.MINIMUM SPACE FOR MACHINE OPERATION
82.5”
133”
97.5”
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7. MAKE PROPER TOOTH SELECTION
For maximum cutting efficiency and lowest cost per
cut, it is important to select the blade with the right
number of teeth per inch (TPI) for the material being
cut. The material size and shape dictate tooth
selection.
1.38" (35mm), use a 4/6 Vari-Tooth
NOTE: The band speed and cutting rate
recommendations presented on this
chart are approximations and are to be
used as a starting point for most
applications. For exact sawing
parameters' consult your saw blade
supplier.
TOOTH
SELECTION
You need to consider:
The width of the cut - That is, the distance in the
cut that each tooth must travel from the point it
enters the work-piece until it leaves the work-piece,
and
1.The shape of the work-piece.
z Squares, Rectangles, Flats (Symbol :
■)
Locate the width of cut on the chart.
(Inches on the outer circle and
millimeters on the inner circle.) Select
the tooth pitch on the ring marked with
the square shape which aligns with the
width of cut.
EXAMPLE: 6" (150mm) square, use a
2/3 Vari-Tooth.
z Round Solids (Symbol : ● )
Locate the diameter of your work-piece
on the chart. Select the tooth pitch on
the ring marked with the round shape
which aligns with the size of stock you
are cutting.
EXAMPLE: 4" (100mm) round, use a 3/4
Vari-Tooth.
z Tubing, Pipe, Structural ( Symbol : O H
^)
Determine the average width of cut by
dividing the area of the work-piece by
the distance the saw blade must travel to
finish the cut. Locate the average width
of cut on the chart. Select the tooth Ditch
on the ring marked with the tubing and
structural shape, which aligns with the
average width you are cutting.
EXAMPLE: 4"(100mm) outside diameter,
3"(75mm) inside diameter tubing.
4"(100mm) OD
=12.5 sq.ln.
(79cm2)
3"(75 mm ) ID
= 7.0 sq.ln.
(44cm2)
Area
8. BI-METAL SPEEDS AND FEEDS
These figures are a guide to cutting 4"(100mm)
material (with a 314 Vari-Tooth) when using a
cutting fluid.
Increase Band Speed:
15% When cutting
1/4"(6.4mm) material (l0/l4 Vari-Tooth)
12% When cutting
3/4"(19 mm) material (6/10 Vari-Tooth)
10% When cutting
1-1/4"(32 mm) material(5/8 Vari-Tooth)
5% When cutting 2-1/2"
(64 mm) material(4/6 Vari-Tooth)
Decrease Band Speed:
12% When cutting
8"(200mm) material(2/3 Vari-Tooth)
MATERIAL
Copper
Alloy
ALLOY
ASTM NO.
FT./MIN
M/MIN
173,932
314
96
330,365
284
87
623,624
230,260,272
264
244
81
74
280,264,632,655
244
74
101,102,110,122,17
2
234
71
234
71
234
71
229
70
1751,182,220,51
0
625,706,715,934
= 5.5 sq.ln.
2
(35cm )
630
5.5 sq.ln. (35cm2) / 4" (100mm)
distance =1.38(35mm) average width
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BAND SPEED
Carbon
Steel
811
214
65
1117
339
103
1137
289
88
1141,1144
279
85
279
85
329
100
319
97
1141 HI
STRESS
1030
Carbon
Steel
1008,1015,1020,10
25
1035
309
94
1018,1021,1022
299
91
1026,1513
299
91
269
82
8640
Stainless
Steel
A36(SHAPES),104
0
1042,1541
249
76
1044,1045
219
67
1060
199
61
1095
184
56
Ni-Cr-Mo 8615,8620,8622
Alloy Steel
239
73
219
67
199
61
174
199
53
61
A-2
179
55
A-10
159
49
D-2
90
27
H-11,H-12,H-13
189
58
420
189
58
430
149
46
410,502
140
43
414
115
35
431
95
29
440C
80
24
304,324
120
36
304L
115
35
347
110
33
316,316L
100
30
416
189
58
E9310
Tool Steel A-6
4340,E4340,8630
TELLTALE CHIPS
Chips are the best indicators of correct feed force. Monitor chip information and
adjust feed accordingly.
Thin or powdered chips – increase feed rate or reduce band speed.
Burned heavy chips – reduce feed rate and/or band speed.
Curly silvery and warm chips – optimum feed rate and band speed.
9.USE OF MAIN MACHINE PARTS
9-1.POWER SYSTEMS AND CONTROL PANEL
The electrical rating of your band saw is either with 115 volt-single phase, or 230 volt-single phase,
magnetic control.
Before connecting your machine to an electrical power system, be sure the motor shaft is running in the
correct direction.
We recommend that 1.5mm² fused with a 10 amp, dual element, time lag fuse, to be used to supply
power to all machines regardless of their electrical rating.
Refer to the electrical wiring diagram supplied with your machine for instructions
on how to connect saw to power source. Power must be cut off when wheel cover
is opened or during repairing.
Please check the moving direction of the blade. If the blade is moving in the wrong direction, please
re-connect the wire.
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9-2-1. STARTING AND STOPPING MACHINE (cylinder system)
1. Light (D) will be on when power is connected.
2. Rising up the saw arm away from the saw table.
D
3. Turn right Value (L) to Close hydraulic valve when in
operation.
B
4. Turn (K) to controlling downwards of saw arm. And
G
control the downward speed by adjusting hydraulic
volume valve.
5. When motor is running, turn right (K), saw arm will
C
E
automatically go down and start cutting the work
piece. When the cutting is finished, push button (E)
to stop the machine, lift saw arm rise up itself and close (L), to next reset cutting.
6. Start the motor by turning the start button (C), Push the button (E) to start blade saw.
7. The coolant system will start as the saw blade operating. The coolant system will stop running as the
saw blade stop operating.
8. Turning (G) to adjust the cutting speed. (Please take the recommend speed reference on the
manual)When saw blade is closing work piece. Or when the cut is completed, turn off the coolant
system (A)
9. Press emergency button (B) to shut-off the motor when in emergency situation.
10. The motor will be stopped when the Frame touch the Limit switch(F).
11. The coolant system will run and stop with blade operation.
12. This handle(H) will not install a switch if your machine is using cylinder system.
13. Please use the star switch(E) on the electrical box for star operation.
K
F
H
L
9-2-2
STARTING AND STOPPING MACHINE ( with handle switch)
1.Light (D) will be on when power is connected.
2.Rising up the saw arm away from the saw table.
3.Turn right Value (L) to Close hydraulic valve when in operation.
4.Turn (K) to controlling downwards of saw arm. And
control the downward speed by adjusting hydraulic
D
volume valve.
5.When motor is running, turn right (K), saw arm will
automatically go down and start cutting the work piece.
B
G
When the cutting is finished, push button (E) to stop the
machine, lift saw arm rise up itself and close (L), to next
reset cutting.
C
E
6. Start the motor by turning the start button (C), Push
the button (E) or the handle switch (I) to start blade
saw. Unhand button (I) stop the motor.
7. The coolant system will start as the saw blade operating. The coolant system will stop as the saw
blade stops.
8. Turning (G) to adjust the cutting speed. (Please take the recommend speed reference on the manual)
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9. Press emergency button (B) to shut-off the motor when in emergent situation.
10 The coolant system will run and stop with blade operation.
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9-3.ADJUSTING UPWARD AND DOWNWARD TRAVEL OF SAW ARM
The downward travel of the saw arm should be adjusted so that when the
saw arm is in the extreme downward position, the teeth of the blade will not
touch the table surface. The stop screw (N) is used to adjust the distance
between blade and table surface. After the distance is adjusted, tighten lock
nut.
The screw (M) is used to adjust the saw arm upward angle, tighten lock nut.
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M
N
9-4.ADJUSTING BLADE TENSION AND BLADE TRACKING
To tension the blade, turn the blade tension handle (fig. 1)(A) clockwise. The
scale is graduated to indicate blade tension of 20,000, 30.000 and 35,000
pounds per square inch (psi). For carbon blades, the blade should be
tensioned at 20,000 psi. For bi-metal blades (similar to the one supplied with
the machine), the blade should be tensioned at 30,000 or 35,000 psi. Always
release blade tension at the end of each working day to prolong blade life.
Make sure the blade is tensioned correctly before checking or adjusting
tracking. The blade is tracking properly when the back of the blade is just lightlyA
touching the wheel flanges of both wheels while the machine is running.
9-5.ADJUSTING CUTTING WIDTH
First loosen screw (A) (fig.2). Move the left blade guide bar to the
suitable position. Then tighten screw (A).
A
Fig. 2
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Fig. 1
9-6.ADJUSTING BLADE GUIDES
Before making the following adjustments, make sure the blade is tracking and tensioned properly:
1.The back of the blade (A) (fig3) should ride against the
back-up block (B). To adjust, loosen set screw (C) and move
the guide block (D) up or down, until it lightly touches the
back of the blade .
2.The saw blade (A) should also ride between and lightly
touch the two blade guide roller bearings (E) and (F) (fig. 9)
The front bearing (E) (fig. 9) is mounted on an eccentric, and
can easily be adjusted suit blade thickness by loosening set
screw (G) and turning shaft (E).
3.The carbide blade guides (H) (fig 9) should also be
adjusted so they lightly touch the blade by loosening screw
(K).
4. The blade guide roller bearings, carbide guides and
A F G E H Fig.3 B
backup bearing on holder (fig 9 ) should be adjusted in the
same manner.
5. Cutting chips on the blade will be cleared by the steel brush.
K
9-7.BLADE AND COOLING SYSTEM
The use of proper cutting fluid is essential to obtain maximum
efficiency from a band saw blade. The main cause of tooth failure
is excessive heat build-up. This is the reason that cutting fluid is
necessary for long blade life and high cutting rates. cutting area
and blade wheels should be kept clean at all time.
The rate of coolant flow is controlled by the stop valve lever (A) (fig.
4), which directs the coolant onto the blade. The lever (A) is shown
in the off position.
Always keep the floor dry to prevent slip or any accident.
A
Fig.4
A
9-8.OPERATING THE TRU-LOCK VISE SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONS
To operate, proceed as follows:
1) Raise the arm 2” above the work piece; close the cylinder
valve to maintain the arm 2” above the work piece.
2) Put your work piece on the table. Move the vise handle (A)
upwards to an angle of 45 degree (a-Half opened) to loosen
the vise. Move the vise jaw bracket against the work piece
by turning the rectangular handle (B) . Push down on the
vise handle (A) to lock the work piece in position.
3) To loosen the work piece from the vise, hold the work piece
and lift the vise handle (A) to a 90 degree position
(completely opened). Remove work piece.
A
B
Fig.5
CONTINUED CUTTING:
When you need to cut a work piece many times, just raise the vise handle (A) to loosen and adjust work
piece position. Then push down on the same handle to tighten. You can also push the vise handle (A)
down first, and then tightening the vise by turning the rectangular handle (B) clockwise. After finishing the
cut, you can loosen the work piece by turning rectangular handle only. This Tru-Lock Vise System has a
4mm tightening travel when the rectangular handle is completely opened. There is only a 2mm tightening
travel necessary for normal metal materials. The operator can tighten the work piece by pushing down the
vise handle (A) with a certain amount of pressure depending on hardness of work piece.
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D
9-9.VARIABLE CUTTING ANGLE
SELECTION
Please proceed as follows to obtain
desired cutting angle. The swivel range is
from 0° to 60°clockwise. Before
swinging the base, make sure there is
nothing in the way, or any interference.
1. Pull out the bar (A) (fig. 6) swing and
hold the bar.
Fig.6
2. Push to turn the swivel base to desired
angle. Refer to scale on (B) for degree.
3. Lock the bar (A), then start the cutting.
A
B
Fig.7
9-10.REMOVING AND INSTALLING THE BLADE
When it is necessary to replace the blade, proceed as follows:
1. Raise the saw frame about 6"
and close the feed on/off knob
by turning it clockwise as far as
it will go (fig 8).
2. Move the blade guide arm to
the right.(Fig.9).
3. Disconnect the machine from
the power source. Loosen cover
screw, remove cover (A), open
the cover (B), remove cover (C) ,
then clean the chips and dirt inside the machine.
4. Release blade tension (F) (fig 9)
Fig.8 A
B
Fig.9 C
F
by turning the blade tension
hand-wheel counterclockwise.
5. Remove the blade from both wheels and out of each blade guide. But remove side (B) saw blade. When
totally released, then remove the side (A).
6. Make sure the teeth of the new blade are pointing in the right direction. IF necessary, turn the blade
inside out.
7. Place the new blade on the wheels. In the blade guides and adjust blade tension and blade guides.
10.MAINTAINING
That's easier to keep machine in good condition or best performance by means of maintaining it at any time
than remedy it after it is out of order.
(1) Daily Maintenance (by operator)
(a) Fill the lubricant before starting machine everyday.
(b) If the temperature of spindle caused over-heating or strange noise, stop machine immediately to
cheek it for keeping accurate performance.
(c) Keep work area clean; release vise, cutter, work-piece from table; switch off power source; take chip
or dust away from machine and follow instructions lubrication or coating rust proof oil before leaving.
(2) Weekly Maintenance
(a) Clean and coat the cross leading screw with oil.
(b) Check to see if sliding surface and turning parts lack of lubricant. If tile lubricant is insufficient, fill it.
(3) Monthly Maintenance
(a) Check if the fixed portion has been loose.
(b) Lubricate bearing worm, and worm shaft to avoid the wearing.
(4) Yearly Maintenance
(a) Adjust table to horizontal position for maintenance of accuracy.
(b) Check electric cord, plugs, switch, at least once a year to avoid loosening or wearing.
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11. TROUBLE SHOOTING
Symptom
Excessive
Blade Breakage
Premature
Blade Dulling
Unusual Wear on
Side/Back of Blade
Teeth Ripping from
Blade.
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
1. Materials loosen in vise.
2. Incorrect speed or feed
3.Blade teeth spacing too large
4. Material too coarse
5. Incorrect blade tension
6.Teeth in contact with material before
saw is started
7. Blade rubs on wheel flange
8. Miss-aligned guide bearings
9. Blade too thick
10 Cracking at weld
1. Teeth too coarse
2. Too much speed
3. Inadequate feed pressure
4.Hard spots or scale on material
5. Work hardening of material.
6.Blade twist
7. Insufficient blade
8. Blade slide
1. Blade guides worn.
2. Blade guide bearings not adjust
properly
3. Blade guide bearing bracket is loose
1. Tooth too coarse for work
2. Too heavy pressure; too slow speed.
3. Vibrating work-piece.
4. Gullets loading
1. Clamp work securely
2. Adjust speed or feed
3. Replace with a small teeth spacing blade
4. Use a blade of slow speed and small teeth spacing
5. Adjust to where blade just does not slip on wheel
6. Place blade in contact with work after motor is
started
7. Adjust wheel alignment
8. Adjust guide bearings
9. Use thinner blade
10. Weld again, note the weld skill.
1. Use finer teeth
2. Decrease speed
3. Decrease spring tension on side of saw
4. Reduce speed, increase feed pressure
5. Increase feed pressure by reducing spring tension
6. Replace with a new blade, and adjust blade tension
7. Tighten blade tension adjustable knob
8. Tighten blade tension
1. Replace.
2. Adjust as per operators manual
3. Tighten.
1. Blade tension too high.
2. Drive belt tension too high.
Motor running too hot 3. Blade is too coarse for work
4. Blade is too fine for work
5. Gears aligned improperly
6. Gears need lubrication
7. Cut is binding blade
1. Feed pressure too great.
2. Guide bearings not adjusted properly
3. Inadequate blade tension.
Bad Cuts (Crooked) 4. Dull blade.
5. Speed incorrect.
6. Blade guides spaced out too much
7. Blade guide assembly loose
8. Blade truck too far away from wheel
flanges
Bad Cuts (Rough)
Blade is twisting
1. Too much speed or feed
2. Blade is too coarse
3. Blade tension loose
1. Cut is binding blade.
2. Too much blade tension.
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1. Use finer tooth blade.
2. Decrease pressure, increase speed
3. Clamp work piece securely
4. Use coarser tooth blade or brush to remove chips.
1. Reduce tension on blade.
2. Reduce tension on drive belt.
3. Use finer blade.
4. Use coarse blade.
5. Adjust gears so that worm is in center of gear.
6. Check oil path.
7. Decrease reed anti speed
1. Reduce pressure by increasing spring tension on
side of saw
2. Adjust guide bearing, the clearance can not greater
than 0.001.
3. Increase blade tension by adjust blade tension
4. Replace blade
5. Adjust speed
6. Adjust guides space.
7. Tighten
8. Re-track blade according to operating instructions.
1. Decrease speed or feed.
2. Replace with finer blade.
3. Adjust blade tension.
1. Decrease reed pressure.
2. Decrease blade tension.
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