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Woodstock W1675 User's Manual
MODEL W1675
13" Portable Planer
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Phone: 1-360-734-3482 • On-Line Technical Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz
COPYRIGHT © NOVEMBER, 2002 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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.
PAGE
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................2
SAFETY FIRST..................................................................................4
Standard Safety Instructions ....................................................................4-5
SAFETY
About Your New Planer ..............................................................................2
Woodstock Service and Support....................................................................2
Warranty and Returns ................................................................................3
Specifications ..........................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PLANERS ....................................6
Avoiding Potential Injuries ........................................................................7
ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................9
ASSEMBLY
Unpacking ..............................................................................................9
Box Contents ..........................................................................................9
Shop Preparation ......................................................................................9
Cleaning Machine ....................................................................................10
Beginning ..............................................................................................10
Mounting ..............................................................................................11
Handwheel ............................................................................................12
Dust Port ..............................................................................................12
ADJUSTMENTS
ELECTRICAL ....................................................................................8
110V Operation ........................................................................................8
Extension Cords........................................................................................8
Grounding ..............................................................................................8
ADJUSTMENTS ..............................................................................13
OPERATIONS..................................................................................18
Starting the Planer ..................................................................................18
Basic Operations ....................................................................................19
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................21
Lubrication ............................................................................................22
General ................................................................................................22
Brush Replacement ..................................................................................22
Table and Base ......................................................................................22
CLOSURE ......................................................................................23
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE................................................................................22
OPERATIONS
Controls ................................................................................................13
Turning / Changing Knives ........................................................................14
Extension Tables ....................................................................................17
Parts Breakdown and Parts List ..............................................................24-27
Your Notes ............................................................................................28
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
About Your New Planer
Your new SHOP FOX® Planer has been specially designed to provide many years of trouble-free service.
Close attention to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable
operation.
The Model W1675 is a great portable planer that packs an impressive punch for its size. Unlike most
planers of similar size, the Model W1675 takes stock to a maximum width of 13" which further expands
your planing capabilities. The Model W1675 has many features and gives excellent planing results and
years of service.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction in providing this manual. It is our
intent to make sure all the information necessary for safety, ease of assembly, practical use and
durability of this product be included.
If you should have any comments regarding this manual, please feel free to contact us at:
Woodstock International, Inc.
Attn: Technical Department
P.O. Box 2309
Bellingham, WA 98227
Woodstock Service and Support
We stand behind our machines! In the event that a defect is found, parts are missing or questions arise
about your machine, please contact Woodstock International Service and Support at 1-360-734-3482 or
send e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.biz. Our knowledgeable staff will help you troubleshoot problems,
send out parts or arrange warranty returns.
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Woodstock International, Inc. warrants all SHOP FOX® machinery to be free of defects from
workmanship and materials for a period of 2 years from the date of original purchase by the original
owner. This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence
or accidents, lack of maintenance, or to repairs or alterations made or specifically authorized by anyone
other than Woodstock International, Inc.
Woodstock International, Inc. will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, the SHOP FOX®
machine or machine part which in normal use has proven to be defective, provided that the original
owner returns the product prepaid to the SHOP FOX® factory service center or authorized repair
facility designated by our Bellingham, WA office, with proof of their purchase of the product within 2
years, and provides Woodstock International, Inc. reasonable opportunity to verify the alleged defect
through inspection. If it is determined there is no defect, or that the defect resulted from causes not
within the scope of Woodstock International Inc.'s warranty, then the original owner must bear the cost
of storing and returning the product.
This is Woodstock International, Inc.'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 that SHOP FOX® machinery complies with
the provisions of any law or acts. In no event shall Woodstock International, Inc.'s liability under this
warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product, and any legal actions brought against
Woodstock International, Inc. 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.
Every effort has been made to ensure that all SHOP FOX® machinery meets high quality and durability
standards. We reserve the right to change specifications at any time because of our commitment to
continuously improve the quality of our products.
Specifications
Motor Size ..................................................................2 HP, 110V, Universal
Amperage Draw ....................................................................................15
Maximum Width of Cut ..........................................................................13"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 13" Width ........................................................1⁄16"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 5" Width ..........................................................1⁄8"
Maximum Cutting Height..........................................................................6"
Minimum Stock Length ............................................................................6"
Cutterhead ..............................................................2 Knife, 129⁄32" Diameter
Cutterhead Speed ........................................................................9000 RPM
Cuts Per Minute ..............................................................................18,000
Feed Rate ....................................................................................26 FPM
Machine Weight ..............................................................................93 lbs
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INTRODUCTION
Warranty and Returns
SAFETY
SAFETY FIRST!
READ MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BELOW WILL
RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
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 and/or damage to the machinery.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper
operation of the equipment.
Standard Safety Instructions
1. Thoroughly read the instruction manual before operating your machine. Learn the applications,
limitations and potential hazards of this machine. Keep manual in a safe, convenient place for future
reference.
2. Keep work area clean and well lighted. Clutter and inadequate lighting invite potential hazards.
3. Ground all tools. If a machine is equipped with a three-prong plug, it must be plugged into a threehole grounded electrical outlet or grounded extension cord. If using an adapter to aid in
accommodating a two-hole receptacle, ground using a screw to a known ground.
4. Wear eye protection at all times. Use safety glasses with side shields or safety goggles that meet
the national safety standards, while operating this machine.
5. Avoid dangerous environments. Do not operate this machine in wet or open flame environments.
Airborne dust particles could cause an explosion and severe fire hazard.
6. Ensure all guards are securely in place and in working condition.
7. Make sure switch is in the “OFF” position before connecting power to machine.
8. Keep work area clean, free of clutter, grease, etc.
9. Keep children and visitors away. Visitors should be kept a safe distance away while operating unit.
10. Childproof workshop with padlocks, master switches or by removing starter keys.
11. Disconnect machine when cleaning, adjusting or servicing.
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12. Do not force tool. The machine will do a safer and better job at the rate for which it was designed.
13. Use correct tool. Do not force machine or attachment to do a job for which it was not designed.
14. Wear proper apparel. Do not wear loose clothing, neck ties, gloves, jewelry, keep long hair tied up,
etc.
16.Use
proper extension cord. Examine the
16.
extension cord to ensure it is in good
condition. Use TABLE 1 to determine the
correct length and gauge of extension cord
needed for your particular needs. The amp
rating of the motor can be found on its
nameplate. If the motor is dual voltage, be
sure to use the amp rating for the voltage
you will be using. If you use an extension
cord with an undersized gauge or one that is
too long, excessive heat will be generated
within the circuit increasing the chance of a
fire or damage to the circuit. Always use an
extension cord that uses a ground pin and
connected ground wire. Immediately replace
a damaged extension cord.
Extension Cord Requirements
TABLE 1
Amp Rating
0-6
7-10
11-12
13-16
17-20
21-30
Length
25ft
#18
#18
#16
#14
#12
#10
and Gauge
50ft 100ft
#16 #16
#16 #14
#16 #14
#12 #12
#12 #10
#10
No
17. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
18. Do not leave machine unattended. Wait until it comes to a complete stop before leaving the area.
19. Perform machine maintenance and care. Follow lubrication and accessory attachment instructions
in the manual.
20. Keep machine away from open flame.
Operating machines near pilot lights and/or
open flames creates a high risk if dust is
dispersed in the area. Dust particles and an
ignition source may cause an explosion. Do
not operate the machine in high-risk areas,
including but not limited to, those
mentioned above.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles when
operating equipment. Operating this
equipment creates the potential for flying
debris that can cause eye injury. 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).
21. 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.
22. Habits—good and bad—are hard to break.
Develop good habits in your shop and safety
will become second-nature to you.
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SAFETY
15. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Before turning the machine on, make it a habit to check that
all adjusting keys and wrenches have been removed.
SAFETY
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PLANERS
MODEL W1675
13" Portable Planer
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Phone: 1-360-734-3482 • On-Line Technical Support: tech-support@woodstockint.com
COPYRIGHT © July, 2002 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Printed in Taiwan
Read and understand this
entire instruction manual
before using this machine.
Serious personal injury
may occur if safety and
operational information is
not
understood
and
followed. Do not risk your
safety by not reading!
Use this and other machinery with caution
and respect and always consider safety
first, as it applies to your individual working
conditions. Remember, no list of safety
guidelines can be complete and every shop
environment is different. Failure to follow
guidelines can result in serious personal
injury, damage to equipment and/or poor
work results.
1.
ALWAYS make sure the planer is on firm ground and is stable before operating. Immediately fix or
shim the planer if it rocks or wobbles.
2.
ALWAYS inspect the workpiece before running it through the planer. Do not plane stock with loose
knots, nails, staples, dirt or other foreign objects. Always reject the wood or correct the problems
with the wood before planing.
3.
ALWAYS make sure that all components of the planer are adjusted to their proper specifications
before planing stock.
4.
ALWAYS use the help of another person or some type of support fixture when planing long stock.
5.
ALWAYS stand clear of the workpiece when you are feeding it into the planer; otherwise, the
workpiece could possibly kick back and hit you or bystanders.
6.
ALWAYS operate the planer with sharp and undamaged knives to achieve safe operation and quality
planing results.
7.
ALWAYS plane wood, never plane any material other than wood like particle board, MDF, or other
wood products that are not natural wood grain. This planer is designed for wood only.
8.
ALWAYS plane with multiple light cuts rather than excessively deep cuts.
9.
ALWAYS wear hearing and eye protection and a dust mask when operating the planer.
10. NEVER attempt to free a stalled workpiece while the planer is powered on and plugged in.
11. ABSOLUTELY NEVER reach inside the planer or open the top cover while the planer is powered on
and/or plugged in.
12. NEVER plane wood that is less than 6" long or less than 1⁄4" thick.
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AVOIDING POTENTIAL INJURIES
SAFETY
Figure 1. DO NOT place hands inside planer
when operating.
Figure 2. Feed wood by hand only until planer
feed roller begins to pull wood inside planer.
Figure 3. DO NOT stand directly behind
workpiece line of travel.
Figure 4. Stand out of the way of the workpiece
line of travel.
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SAFETY
ELECTRICAL
110V Operation
Grounding
The SHOP FOX® W1675 is prewired for 110
volts. The 2 HP motor draws approximately 15
amps. Choose an outlet with 15 amp circuit
breaker or fuse protection. Remember circuits
being used by other machines at the same time
add to the total electrical load being applied by
this machine. Add up the amperage load ratings
of all machines on the circuit. If this total
amperage load exceeds the amperage rating of
the circuit breaker or fuse, use a different
circuit with a higher amperage rating.
Any electrical outlet and
circuit that you plug your
machine into must be
grounded. Serious injury
and/or fire may occur if this
warning is ignored!
Ground this machine! The electrical cord
supplied with the Model W1675 comes with a
grounding pin. Do not remove the pin if your
outlet does not accept a ground pin, see Figure
5. Have the outlet box replaced by a qualified
electrician or have an appropriate adapter
installed.
DO NOT modify an existing low-amperage circuit
by only replacing the circuit breaker with a
breaker rated for a higher amperage. The
breaker and the complete circuit must be
replaced by a qualified electrician.
NOTICE
Make sure when using an adapter, the adapter
is grounded.
Extension Cords
Remember, an adapter with a grounding wire
does not guarantee the machine will be
grounded. A ground source must always be
verified in the electrical circuit within the wall
or conduit.
Using extension cords with an undersized gauge
or one that is too long, generates heat in the
cord that may cause fire or circuit damage. If
you must use an extension cord, use the
guidelines below and TABLE 2 to determine the
correct cord length and gauge. The amp rating
of the motor is 15 amps and can be found on its
nameplate.
•Use
•Use
•Use
•Use
a cord rated for Hard Service (Grade S)
a cord that is 100 feet or less only
a cord with a ground wire and pin
only undamaged cords
Extension Cord Requirements
TABLE 2
Amp Rating
0-6
7-10
11-12
13-16
17-20
21-30
Length
25ft
#18
#18
#16
#14
#12
#10
and Gauge
50ft 100ft
#16 #16
#16 #14
#16 #14
#12 #12
#12 #10
#10
No
Figure 5. Never remove grounding pin.
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ASSEMBLY
Unpacking
Shop Preparation
Get assistance before
starting assembly. The
Model W1675 Planer is a
heavy load at 93 pounds.
The planer is carefully packed. However, if it is
damaged or is missing any parts, please contact
Woodstock International Service and Support at
1-360-734-3482 or send e-mail to:
tech-support@shopfox.biz.
Box Contents
•
Planer Location: Make sure that where
ever you operate the planer, you face the
planer toward an area where if a work piece
should be projected, bystanders will not be
struck with the workpiece. Take all
necessary safety precautions.
•
Working Clearances: Consider your existing
and anticipated needs, size of material to
be processed through each machine, and
space for auxiliary stands, work tables or
other machinery when establishing a
location for your planer.
•
Lighting: Make sure the lighting is bright
enough to eliminate shadows and prevent
eye strain.
•
Outlets: Electrical circuits must be
dedicated and/or large enough to handle
the amperage requirements of the
machinery. Electrical 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 and read and understand this
manual.
Layout and inventory the parts shipped with
your Planer. See Figure 6. This will help with
machine assembly.
Item
Qty.
Planer Unit
Handwheel
Magnets
T-Handle Allen® Wrench
Allen® Screw
Flat/Lock Washer
Dust Port
Phillips® Screws
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
Planer
Dust Port
Phillips®
Screw
T-Handle
Allen
Wrench
Flat/Lock
Washers
Allen®
Screw
Handwheel
Magnets
Figure 6. Planer components removed from the
box and laid out for identification.
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ASSEMBLY
Always make sure that all
entrances to your shop are
locked or that machines
are equipped with safety
lock-out devices to protect
curious children or visitors
from serious injury. Never
allow unsupervised people
in your shop who have not
been fully trained!
ASSEMBLY
Cleaning Machine
Beginning
The Model W1675 table and other unpainted
parts are coated with a waxy grease for
corrosion protection. For the best machine
performance, clean all moving parts and
coated surfaces. Remove this grease with a
solvent cleaner or a citrus-based degreaser. Do
not use chlorine-based solvents—if you splash
these solvents onto a painted surface, you will
ruin painted and plastic finishes.
Although the main components of the SHOP
FOX® W1675 are assembled at the factory,
some assembly is required. The following series
of instructions are the recommended sequence
for final assembly.
All tools required for assembly have been
included with the planer except standard-head
and Phillips®-head screwdrivers.
Before cleaning the machine, read and
understand the following Warnings and Caution:
Keep
your
machine
unplugged during any
assembly, adjustments, or
maintenance procedures.
Ignoring this warning may
result in serious personal
injury!
Never use flammables
such as gas or other
petroleum-based solvents
to clean your machine.
These products have low
flash points and present
the risk of explosion and
severe personal injury!
Never smoke while using
cleaning solvents. Smoking
may cause explosion or
risk of fire when exposed
to these products!
Most solvents used to
clean machinery are
toxic when inhaled or
ingested. When using
these products, work in
a well ventilated area
and keep away from any
potential
ignition
sources (pilot lights).
Always dispose of any
waste rags in a sealed
container to make sure
they do not cause fire or
environmental hazards.
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Mounting
For proper results and safe use, the Model
W1675 must be mounted to a sturdy workbench
or a stand like the SHOP FOX® Tool Stand
shown in Figure 7. Mounting hardware is not
included.
To mount the planer do these steps:
Determine the length of mounting bolts you
will need by adding the thickness of your
mounting surface and the base of the
planer.
2.
With the help of an assistant set the planer
in the desired position on the mounting
Figure 7. SHOP FOX® Tool Stand.
Get assistance before
starting assembly. The
Model W1675 Planer is a
heavy load at 93 pounds.
3.
Figure 8. Planer in mounted position.
Planer Base
surface. See Figure 8.
Use a pencil to mark the positions of the
mounting holes from the base of the planer.
4.
Drill a 1⁄2" hole into your mounting surface
in each of these positions.
5.
Secure the planer with the mounting
hardware. Figure 9 shows the proper order
of the mounting hardware placement.
6.
Insert a 1⁄2" diameter bolt, two flat washers
(1 for top, 1 for bottom), and thread on a
lock washer (for behind nut), and a hex nut
to secure the planer at each corner.
NOTICE
DO NOT over tighten the bolts as damage to
the base will result.
Mounting
Surface
Figure 9. Hardware mounting assembly.
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ASSEMBLY
1.
Handwheel Handle
Roll Pin
ASSEMBLY
To mount the handwheel to the planer do
these steps:
1.
If not already done, insert the roll pin into
the shaft protruding from the front of the
planer. See Figure 10.
2.
Slide the handwheel onto the shaft and
align the handwheel with the roll pin.
3.
Slide the lock washer on the Allen® screw
first and then the flat washer.
4.
Thread the Allen® screw into the end of the
shaft to secure the handwheel to the shaft
as shown in Figure 11.
5.
Use the T-handle Allen® wrench and tighten
the screw.
Handwheel
Shaft
Figure 10. Insert the roll pin into shaft.
Handwheel
Dust Port
Shaft
Allen® Screw
and
Washers
To mount the dust port do these steps:
1.
Position the dust port onto the chip
deflector at back of the planer.
2.
Thread and tighten the three Phillips®
screws. Figure 12 shows the dust port
correctly installed on the planer.
Figure 11. Handwheel mounted to the shaft.
Dust Port
Screws
Figure 12. Dust port mounted to planer.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Controls
Keep
your
machine
unplugged during any
assembly, adjustments, or
maintenance procedures.
Ignoring this warning may
result in serious personal
injury!
Head Lock Lever
Familiarize yourself with the controls of your
new planer. They will be frequently mentioned
throughout the instructions in this manual, and
the better you know your machine, the better
you can make it perform. Use Figure 13 and
Figure 14 to locate the planer controls.
Height Handwheel — Allows you to adjust
the head up or down to accommodate the
workpiece height and control cutting depth.
The wheel also has a turn vs. cutting depth
guide. See Figure 13.
•
Head Lock — Allows you to lock the head in
place so that the cutter height setting will
not move after adjustment.
See Figure 13.
•
Depth Gauge — Shows you the current
depth of cut to be made on the workpiece.
Only works when the workpiece is directly
under the gauge. See Figure 13.
•
Height Scale — Shows you the current
cutterhead height adjustment.
See Figure 13.
•
Depth Stop — Allows you to lock the
cutterhead to a set depth so the cutterhead
lowest setting does not change when
planing many boards. The cutterhead can
be returned to the minimum setting quickly
after planing thicker wood.
See Figure 13.
•
Reset Button — Allows you to reset the
planer if the thermal overload shuts the
machine down. Only resets after the
machine has cooled down. See Figure 14.
•
Safety Lockout Key — Allows you to protect
the machine from accidental startup.
Remove the key to disable the ON/OFF
Paddle Switch, reinsert the key to enable
the switch. See Figure 14.
•
ON/OFF Paddle Switch — Allows you to
toggle the planer power ON or OFF. Pull the
switch up to turn the planer ON. Push the
switch down to turn the planer OFF.
See Figure 14.
Height
Handwheel
Height
Scale
Depth
Gauge
Depth Stop
Figure 13. Machine controls.
Reset Button
Safety Lockout Key
ON/OFF
Paddle Switch
Figure 14. Electrical controls.
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ADJUSTMENTS
•
Turning/Changing
Knives
Do not grab the cutterhead
for any reason and be very
careful working around the
cutterhead. The knives are
extremely
sharp
and
severe injury may occur!
The Model W1675 features a 2 knife, quick
change cutterhead system with double-sided,
disposable knives. The knives have been
installed at the factory and no adjustments are
needed prior to using the planer.
As your planer gets used, the knives will need to
be routinely inspected, turned around, and
eventually replaced. After both sides are dull,
install new knives.
ADJUSTMENTS
Dust Port
Keep
your
machine
unplugged during any
assembly, adjustments, or
maintenance procedures.
Ignoring this warning may
result in serious personal
injury!
Screws
Figure 15. Remove the screws and dust port.
To remove the knives do these steps:
1.
Unplug the planer!
2.
Use a Phillips® screwdriver and remove the
three screws that secure the dust port to
the planer, and remove the dust port. See
Figure 15.
Chip Deflector
Screws
Figure 16. Remove the screws and chip deflector.
Wear heavy leather gloves when working with
or near the cutterhead and planer knives. The
knives are dangerously sharp and serious
injury may occur.
3.
Use the T-handle Allen® wrench and remove
the two screws, and remove the chip
deflector as shown in Figure 16.
4.
Rotate the cutterhead pulley from the
underside of the planer until the lock lever
secures the cutterhead into position. See
Figure 17.
Side Cover Not
Shown For Clarity
Cutterhead
Pulley
Figure 17. Rotate the cutterhead pulley until locked.
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Allen® Screw
Wear heavy leather gloves when working with
or near the cutterhead and planer knives. The
knives are dangerously sharp and serious
injury may occur.
Figure 18. Remove six screws from the knife
binder.
Use the T-handle Allen® wrench that is
included with the planer to remove the six
screws from the knife locking plate. See
Figure 18.
6.
Use the included magnets to lift the locking
plate from the cutterhead and out of the
planer. See Figure 19.
7.
Use the magnets to lift the knife from the
the cutterhead and out of the planer. See
Figure 20.
8.
Carefully clean and inspect the cutterhead
with a rag and inspect for the following:
• Make sure the threaded screw holes
contain no wood material or sawdust.
• Make sure that the hex socket and the
threads of all Allen® screws are in good
condition. Replace if questionable.
Figure 19. Lift out the locking plate with the
magnets.
• Make sure any resin or glue build-up on
the cutterhead is removed so the knife
will sit flat on the cutterhead.
• Make sure any resin or glue build-up on
the knife is removed so the knife will sit
flat on the cutterhead if you reuse the
knife.
• Make sure the knife is free of cracks. If
any cracks exist replace both knives.
NOTICE
Figure 20. Lift out the knife with the magnets.
To maintain accurate and consistent planing
results, Woodstock International Inc. does
not recommend sharpening the knives.
Replace the knives when they get dull.
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ADJUSTMENTS
5.
Wear heavy leather gloves when working with
or near the cutterhead and planer knives. The
knives are dangerously sharp and serious
injury may occur.
Do not grab the cutterhead
for any reason and be very
careful working around the
cutterhead. The knives are
extremely
sharp
and
severe injury may occur!
ADJUSTMENTS
To install or turn the knives do these steps:
1.
Unplug the planer.
2.
Turn the knife to expose the unused blade
or replace it if both blades are dull.
3.
Set the magnets on the knife, so the
beveled edge is facing you. See Figure 21.
4.
Use the magnets to lower and seat the knife
onto the cutterhead, and make sure the
guides fit into the holes and the knife sits
flat on the cutterhead. See Figure 22.
5.
Use the magnets to lower and seat the knife
binder onto the knife.
Beveled Edge
Figure 21. Position the magnets and blade taper.
NOTICE
Cutterhead
Uneven tightening of the knife binder
retaining screws may cause the cutterhead
and the knives to vibrate, wear
prematurely, and produce poor planing
results!
6.
Use the T-handle Allen® wrench and thread
all six screws into the the cutterhead until
they just contact the knife binder. DO NOT
tighten the screws yet.
7.
Use the T-handle Allen® wrench and lightly
tighten the screws into place, starting from
the center and alternating back and forth
toward the ends. Repeat this tightening
sequence twice until all are snug. DO NOT
over tighten.
8.
9.
Guide Pin
Knife
Figure 22. Position the knife on the cutterhead.
Push Lever
This Direction
Press the lock lever and rotate the
cutterhead pulley until the cutterhead locks
into position. See Figure 23.
Very Sharp
Cutterhead
Repeat all knife removal and installation
steps on the remaining knife.
Lock Lever
10. Make sure all knife binder screws are tight.
11. Reinstall the chip deflector and the dust
port that was previously removed.
Figure 23. Push the cutterhead lock lever.
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Extension Tables
The extension tables have been set at the
factory and require no adjustments upon initial
operation. However, over the life of the planer,
it is possible for the extensions to become
misaligned with the main table and to need
slight adjustment.
Table Gap of 0.008" to 0.010"
Keep
your
machine
unplugged during any
assembly, adjustments, or
maintenance procedures.
Ignoring this warning may
result in serious personal
injury!
No Roller Gap
(Either Roller)
Figure 24. Check extension tables with a
straightedge. The rollers on the ends of the
tables should be even with the main table.
To check extension table alignment do these
steps:
Table Shown
Flipped Up
Unplug the planer!
2.
Place a good quality, steel straightedge
across both extension table rollers and the
main table. The straightedge should be
perfectly flat across the main table with a
clearance of 0.008" to 0.010" measured with
a feeler gauge, and the straight edge should
evenly touch the rollers on the ends of the
extension tables as shown in Figure 24.
3.
If the rollers on the extension tables are not
even or the straight edge does not have the
correct gap with the main table, then the
extensions need to be adjusted.
4.
With the straightedge still in place, use the
adjustment bolts shown in Figure 25 to
raise/lower the extension table.
5.
Back off the adjustment-bolt jam nut (both
sides of the planer) and raise/lower the
extension table so there is no gap at the
table rollers and an 0.008" to 0.010" gap at
the main table under the straight edge.
6.
Snug the adjustment bolts and double-check
your setting. If the alignment is correct,
then hold each bolt in position, and
completely tighten the jam nut.
7.
Repeat steps 1 through 6 for the other
extension table roller.
Adjustment Bolt
and Jam Nut
Figure 25. One of four extension table
adjustment bolts.
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ADJUSTMENTS
1.
OPERATIONS
Starting the Planer
Once assembly is complete and adjustments
have been made, the machine is ready for a test
run. The purpose of a test run is to identify any
unusual noises and vibrations, as well as to
confirm the machine is performing as intended.
Always wear a dust mask
and safety glasses when
operating this machine.
Sawdust
may
cause
allergic
reactions
or
respiratory problems.
ON/OFF
Paddle Switch
Figure 26. Toggle the paddle switch for startup
and shutdown.
Make sure loose clothing
and long hair is secured
and kept away from
moving parts.
OPERATIONS
To test run the planer do these steps:
1.
Flip the paddle switch up to turn the planer
ON. See Figure 26.
2.
Poise your finger over the paddle switch for
emergency shut down if there is a problem.
See Figure 27.
3.
Listen for any unusual noises or vibrations,
if unusual noise or vibration exists, shut the
planer OFF immediately.
4.
Unplug the planer and remove the safety
lockout key. DO NOT make any adjustments
while it is plugged in. See Figure 28.
5.
Investigate the source of the noise or
vibration. DO NOT start the planer again
until the problem is corrected. Contact
Woodstock International Service and
Support at 1-360-734-3482 or send e-mail
to: tech-support@shopfox.biz.
6.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 until the planer
runs smoothly.
Figure 27. Position your finger over the paddle
switch for emergency shutdown.
Figure 28. Remove the safety lockout key.
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Basic Operations
DO NOT operate this planer until you read and
understand this entire manual first. If you have
any questions contact Woodstock International.
Always wear a dust mask
and safety glasses when
operating this machine.
Sawdust
may
cause
allergic
reactions or
respiratory problems.
Figure 29. Only plane clean stock.
Make sure loose clothing
and long hair is secured
and kept away from
moving parts.
To select and prepare the wood:
1.
Portion
Removed With
Jointer
Figure 30. Face joint the concave side of cupped
stock before planing.
3.
Choose dry wood only. DO NOT plane wet
wood or wood with a high moisture content.
Wood that has been exposed to rain or snow
and has more than a 20% moisture content,
will plane poorly, dull the knives, and wearout the motor. Excess moisture may cause
rust and corrosion problems. Plane only KD
(kiln-dried) wood and AD (air-dried) wood,
which is correctly dried with no surface
moisture. Never plane PAD (partially-airdried) wood or you will have poor planing
results.
Carefully inspect the wood you will feed
into the planer. Each board must have at
least one flat surface to slide along the
planer table. To create a flat surface, pass
the wood over a jointer first. See Figure
30. Some defects such as moderate
twisting, loose knots or severe cracks may
make the stock unplanable.
NOTICE
Inspect all lumber completely and remove
all foreign material. Wood that has been
stored on concrete floors is often imbedded
with fine grit and small stones that will
damage the knives.
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OPERATIONS
2.
Choose clean wood only. See Figure 29.
Scrape off all glue from joined boards
before planing. Remove all dirt, nails,
staples, and imbedded gravel, etc. A hidden
nail in the wood will instantly damage the
sharp edges of the knives and cause
unsatisfactory results in all future planning
operations. Plane only natural wood fiber.
Never plane wood composites such as
particle board, plywood or MFD. Never
plane laminates, formica, or other
synthetic materials.
PLANER SETUP:
OPERATIONS
DO NOT plane wood that is shorter than six
inches.
1.
Use roller stands or roller tables to support
and maintain alignment of long sections of
wood while it enters and exits the planer,
and make sure your work area is clear.
2.
Position the wood on the infeed side of the
planer extension table so the cutterhead
will cut WITH the grain. Look at the grain
pattern on the side of the board. If the arc
of the cutterhead knife will follow the same
lines in the grain pattern, you will be
cutting WITH the grain. If the arc of the
cutterhead knife will cross the grain pattern
lines, then you will be cutting AGAINST the
grain. DO NOT cut against the grain and,
DO NOT feed end cut or end-grained wood
in to the planer.
3.
Unlock the head lock lever.
4.
Measure the wood and turn the height
handwheel to make a very light first cut
about 1/32" or less, so if there is any bulges
in the wood the cutterhead will not jam and
stall. Subsequent cuts can be made at a
deeper setting depending on the width of
the wood, but plan on taking multiple cuts
before you can achieve a completely flat
surface.
5.
Lock the head lock lever to save your
cutterhead depth adjustment. For multiple
surfacing, set and lock the depth stop also
to maintain a particular cutterhead
adjustment. The depth stop is a quick way
to set the lowest height setting for planing
many boards, but allows you to quickly
return the cutterhead to the depth stop
setting after having to adjust the
cutterhead to a higher setting to
compensate for varying heights of wood.
Figure 31. Notice that operator is feeding
workpiece from the infeed side and has his
body positioned to the side of the travel path.
Figure 32. DO NOT stand in the path of the
planer outfeed because you can be hit with
the workpiece.
3.
Support the ends of the wood and turn the
planer on.
4.
Keeping your hands clear of the cutterhead,
slowly and evenly push the wood into the
planer until the planer feed roller draws the
wood in, and then remove your hands from
the area. DO NOT force the wood into the
planer as you will dull the knives and
overload the motor.
PLANING WOOD:
1.
Put your safety glasses, dust mask, and
hearing protection on.
5.
When the planing is complete, repeat all
steps for additional wood.
2.
Position yourself out of the way of the path
of the wood as shown in Figure 31.
6.
When you are done with the planer, turn
the machine off and remove the safety
lockout key.
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Troubleshooting
Planing Results
FUZZY GRAIN — Grain fibers stand up on the
workpiece after planing.
SOLUTIONS:
• Do not surface damp or wet wood, check
it with a moisture meter. Anything over
20% should be allowed to dry.
• Install sharp knives.
Planing results are affected by the species and
condition of the wood, how the planer is setup,
and the condition of the knives. The following
characteristics are some common problems and
the solutions woodworkers might have while
planing.
GLOSSY SURFACE — The wood is scorched,
blackened, and/or glossy.
SOLUTIONS:
• Remove all resin or glue build-up on the
rollers and the cutterhead, and surface
acceptable wood.
• Install sharp knives so shallow cuts do not
have to be made to compensate for dull
knives that burn the wood. If this is the
case and the condition has existed for a
long time, the knives may be damaged as
a result and cannot be turned. The knives
must be replaced.
• If knives are sharp and a glossy surface
still results, increase the cutting depth.
SNIPE — More material is being removed from
board ends rather than the middle of the board.
SOLUTIONS:
• Provide more support on the infeed and
outfeed sides so the wood travels
completely through the planer without
any vertical tilting. This alignment
problem occurs with all planers to some
degree.
• Hold the workpiece flat against the
planer tables and rollers so the board
does not tilt while entering and exiting
the planer.
• Install extra roller stands.
• Raise the table/ lift the board ends.
THERMAL SWITCH POPS — The planer motor
overheats and shuts off automatically.
SOLUTIONS:
• Unclog the chip deflector blockage and
correct for cause of blockage.
• Increase cleaning intervals.
• Install a dust collector.
CHIPPED GRAIN — Grain shows cut marks and
chips.
SOLUTIONS:
• Do not plane against the grain.
• Do not plane wood with knots or cross
grain.
• Use sharp knives.
• Make shallower cuts.
• Surface acceptable stock.
WOOD DOES NOT FEED CORRECTLY — The
planer draws wood in erratically or slowly.
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SOLUTIONS:
• Plane wood that is not twisted or warped
• Remove any pitch build-up on the feed
rollers.
• Turn or replace the knives if they are
dull or broken.
OPERATIONS
SOLUTIONS:
• Push the reset button in when the planer
completely cools down.
• Make shallower cuts.
• Remove all resin or glue build-up on the
rollers and the cutterhead. Often resin or
glue build-up can over-heat the planer by
decreasing the cutter sharpness while
increasing drag in the feed mechanism.
• Install sharp knives.
• Surface acceptable stock.
CHIP MARKS — Chips are not being properly
expelled from the cutterhead. The chips get
caught between the knives and the workpiece
and hinder knife cutting ability. Chip marks
usually appear as random and uneven.
MAINTENANCE
Lubrication
General
Since all bearings are shielded and permanently
lubricated, simply leave them alone until they
need to be replaced. Do not lubricate them.
To ensure best performance of your Model
W1675, complete regular periodic maintenance.
Make it a habit to inspect your machine each
time you use it. Check for the following
conditions and repair or replace when
necessary.
For other items on this machine and before
occasionally applying lubricant, wipe the
machine clean. Then apply a thin coat of light
machine oil.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remember your goal is to achieve corrosion
protection. Too much lubrication will attract
dirt and sawdust, which can damage your
machine and cause parts to bind or stick.
Loose mounting bolts.
Worn switch.
Excess buildup of sawdust.
Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
Worn or damaged drive belt.
Any other condition that could hamper the
safe operation of this machine.
Brush Replacement
Keep
your
machine
unplugged during any
assembly, adjustments, or
maintenance procedures.
Ignoring this warning may
result in serious personal
injury!
Brush Cover
Figure 33. Remove the brush cover.
To replace the carbon brush do these steps:
1.
2.
MAINTENANCE
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unplug the planer!
Use a flat-head screwdriver and remove the
brush cover. See Figure 33.
Carefully slide out the spring and carbon
brush. See Figure 34.
Insert the new carbon brush exactly like the
old one was installed.
Replace cover.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for the other
motor brush on the other side of the motor.
Table and Base
Figure 34. Remove/Install the motor brush.
Keep tables rust-free with regular applications
of products like SLIPIT®. For long term storage,
consider using products like Boeshield T-9™.
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CLOSURE
We recommend you keep this manual for
complete information regarding Woodstock
International, Inc.’s warranty and return policy.
Should a problem arise, we recommend that you
keep your proof of purchase with your manual.
If you need additional technical information
relating to this machine, or if you need general
assistance or replacement parts, please contact
the Service Department at 1-360-734-3482 or email: tech-support@shopfox.biz.
The following pages contain parts diagrams/lists
and a warranty card for your SHOP FOX® Model
W1675.
If you need parts or help in assembling your
machine, or if you need operational
information, we encourage you to call our
Service Department. Our trained service
technicians will be glad to help you.
If you have comments dealing specifically with
this manual, please write to us using the address
in the General Information. The specifications,
drawings, and photographs illustrated in this
manual represent the Model W1675 as supplied
when the manual was prepared. However, due
to Woodstock International, Inc.’s policy of
continuous improvement, changes may be made
at any time with no obligation on the part of
Woodstock International, Inc. Whenever
possible, though, we send manual updates to all
owners of a particular tool or machine that have
registered their purchase with our warranty
card. Should you receive one, add the new
information to this manual and keep it for
reference.
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 W1675 is specifically designed for
PLANING 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.
We have included some important safety
measures that are essential to this machine’s
operation. While most safety measures are
generally universal, we remind you that each
workshop is different and safety rules should be
considered as they apply to your specific
situation.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles when
operating equipment. Operating this
equipment creates the potential for flying
debris that can cause eye injury. 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).
Use this machine with respect and caution
to lessen the possibility of mechanical
damage or operator injury. As with all
power tools, there is danger associated
with the Model W1675. If normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored,
injury to the operator or others in the area
is likely.
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PARTS
REF
X1675001
XPSB11M
X1675003
XPS38M
X1675005
X1675006
X1675007
X1675008
XPW09M
XPW02M
XPW04M
XPSB14M
X1675013
X1675014
XPSS07M
XPS07M
X1675017
X1675018
X1675019
X1675020
X1675021
X1675022
X1675023
X1675024
X1675025
X1675026
X1675027
XPSB78M
XPR05M
X1675030
XPR03M
XPK64M
X1675033
X1675034
X1675035
X1675036
X1675037
X1675038
X1675039
X1675040
XP6202
X1675042
X1675043
XPSB04M
X1675045
X1675046
XPS09M
X1675048
XPS09M
X1675050
DESCRIPTION
REF
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
LEFT COVER
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 16
BUSHING
PHLP HD SCR M4-0.7 X 10
ROLLER SHAFT
ROLLER
TOP COVER
RIGHT COVER
FLAT WASHER 13MM
FLAT WASHER 5MM
FLAT WASHER 10MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20
MOTOR
PIPE BAND
SET SCREW M5-0.8 X 5
PHLP HD SCR M4-0.7 X 8
DUST CHUTE
CHIP DEFLECTOR PLATE
BUTTON HD SCR M6-1 X 12
CUTTERHEAD
PIN
KNIFE
KNIFE BINDER
CHAIN COVER
SIDE COVER
SPECIAL PIVOT SCREW
SPRING
CAP SCREW M5-0.8 X 40
EXT RETAINING RING 15MM
SPROCKET
EXT RETAINING RING12MM
KEY 5 X 5 X 9MM
SHAFT
GEAR BOX COVER
BUSHING
GEAR 44T
GEAR 58T
BUSHING
HANDWHEEL
SHAFT
BEARING 6202
CHAIN
PLATE
CAP SCREW M6-1.0 X 10
BRACKET
SPRING
PHLP HD SCREW M5-0.8 X10
STABLE PLATE
PHLP HD SCREW M5-0.8 X10
BELT GUARD
PART #
X1675051
X1675052
XPR34M
X1675054
XPK06M
X1675056
X1675057
XPN06M
XPB79M
XPEC10M
XPR21M
X1675062
X1675063
XPN03M
XPSB78M
X1675066
X1675067
X1675068
X1675069
X1675070
XPK64M
X1675072
X1675073
XPW03M
X1675075
XPN01M
XPSB28M
X1675078
X1675079
XPRP39M
X1675081
X1675082
X1675083
X1675084
X1675085
X1675086
X1675087
XPSB06M
X1675089
X1675090
XP6203
X1675092
X1675093
X1675094
X1675095
X1675096
X1675097
X1675098
X1675099
DESCRIPTION
TOP TABLE
REAR ROD BRACKET
INT RETAINING RING 40MM
SHAFT
KEY 5 X 5 X 10MM
SPRING
PAD
NUT M5-0.8
HEX HEAD SCREW M5-0.8 X 17
E-CLIP 8MM
INT RETAINING RING 35MM
SPRING PIN
FIXING CAM
HEX NUT M8-1.25
CAP SCREW M5-0.8 X 35
TENSION WHEEL ASSEMBLY
PIN
BUSHING
GEAR
GEAR
KEY 4 X 4 X 7MM
GEAR CASE ASSEMBLY
GEAR
FLAT WASHER 6MM
POINTER
HEX NUT M6-1.0
CAP SCREW M6-1.0 X 15
CHAIN
HANDLE 1.5 X 24MM
ROLL PIN 4 X 20MM
POINTER
BUSHING
SHAFT
THICKNESS GAUGE
SPRING
KNOB M6-1.0 X 17
SPRING
CAP SCREW M6-1.0 X 25
SPRING
ROLLER BRACKET
BEARING 6203
COLLAR
BELT 135 X 6MM
CUTTERHEAD PULLEY
SPECIAL NUT M14-1.5
BRACKET
RUBBER ROLLER
SPRING
COLUMN
PARTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
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26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
PART #
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PARTS
137
119
120
121
118
115
101
105
25
114
107
134
132
117
110
106
131
77
133
44
102
99
100
12
116
76
113
4
128
111
116
108
131
30
78
42
102
44
71
122
9
104
103
112
101
29
25
97
90
89
47
96
98
85
REF
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
PART #
X1675100
X1675101
X1675102
X1675103
XPR01M
X1675105
XPSB04M
X1675107
X1675108
XPHTEK5M
X1675110
X1675111
XPR48
XPSB06M
X1675114
XPSB18M
X1675116
X1675117
X1675118
XPSB28M
X1675120
X1675121
X1675122
DESCRIPTION
REF
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131
132
133
134
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137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
SHORT LEAD SCREW
WING (LEFT)
PLATE
GEAR
EXT RETAINING RING 10MM
GASKET PLATE
PHLP HD SCREW M6-1 X 10
GUIDE PLATE
SPRING PLATE
TAP SCREW M6-1.59D X 20
TENSION BRACKET ASSY
BASE
EXT RETAINING RING 11MM
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25
SPRING PIN
CAP SCREW M4-07 X 8
WING (RIGHT)
EXTENSION WING
SPECIAL FLAT WASHER 6MM
CAP SOCKET SCREW M6-1.0 X 15MM
BUSHING
ROLLER
LEAD SCREW (RIGHT)
PART #
X1675123
X1675124
X1675125
XPTLW02M
X1675127
X1675128
X1675129
X1675130
XPSS01M
XPLWO4M
XPW03M
XPW01M
X1675135
X1675136
X1675137
X1675138
X1675139
X1675140
X1675141
X1675142
XPS09M
X1675144
DESCRIPTION
TOOLING TRAY
“T” ALLEN WRENCH 4MM
KNIFE SETTING GAUGE
EXT-TOOTH WASHER 5MM
SPRING
CAPTURED SCR M8-1.25 X 20/8
GEAR
SPROCKET
SET SCREW M6-1 X 10
LOCK WASHER 8MM
FLAT WASHER 6MM
FLAT WASHER 8MM
MOTOR BRUSH
BRUSH CAP
LABEL(SCALE)
LABEL (DEPTH SCALE)
LABEL (SHOP FOX®)
LABEL (DEPTH SCALE)
LABEL (WARNING)
LABEL (13" PLANER)
PHLP HD SCREW M5-0.8 X 10
DUST PORT
PARTS
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YOUR NOTES
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YOUR NOTES
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YOUR NOTES
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WARRANTY CARD
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Would you recommend SHOP FOX® products to a friend?
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___Portable Planer
___Detail Sander
___Saber Saw
___Drill/Driver
___Reciprocating Saw
___Miter Saw
___Router
___Other__________________________________________________
Which of the following woodworking/remodeling shows do you watch?
___$20,000-$29,999
___$30,000-$39,999
___$40,000-$49,999
___$50,000-$59,999
Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___1" x 42" Belt Sander
___6" - 8" Grinder
___5" - 8" Drill Press
___Mini Lathe
___8" Table Saw
___10" - 12" Thickness Planer
___8" - 10" Bandsaw
___Scroll Saw
___Disc/Belt Sander
___Spindle/Belt Sander
___Mini Jointer
___Other__________________________________________________
___Backyard America
___The New Yankee Workshop
___Home Time
___This Old House
___The American Woodworker
___Woodwright’s Shop
___Other__________________________________________________
5.
What stationary woodworking tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___No
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