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1. Contents
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2. Please read first
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3. Specification
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4. Safety
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4.1 Specified conditions of use
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4.2 General safety instructions
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4.3 Symbols used throughout these instructions P4
4.4 Safety devices
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5. Unpacking
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6. Special product features
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7. Operation elements
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8. Initial operation
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8.1 Replacing the fuse in the switch box
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8.2 Installing the extension table
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8.3 Installing the front rail
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8.4 Installing the rear rail
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8.5 Installing the long and short rail
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8.6 Installing the sliding table
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8.7 Aligning sliding table
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8.8 Installing the lateral fence
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8.9 Installing the rip fence
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8.10 Installing blade guard
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8.11 Connection of dust collector
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8.12 Mains connection
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9. Operation
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9.1 Sawing
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9.2 Mitre cuts
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9.3 Rip cuts with rip fence
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10. Care and maintenance
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10.1 Saw blade change
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10.2 Cleaning the saw
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10.3 Machine storage
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10.4 Maintenance
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11. Tips and tricks
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12. Repairs
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13. Trouble shooting
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14. transportation
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15. Circuit diagrams
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16. Instruction for thermo cutout in motor
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17. Diagrams and parts lists
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2.Please Read First
WARNING! When using
electric tools basic safety
Precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk
of fire,electric shock and personal injury including the
following.
·Read these instructions before attempting to operate
this product and save these instructions.
·If you notice transport damage while unpacking,notify
your supplier immediately.Do not operate the saw!
·Dispose of the packing in an environmentally friendly
manner.Take to a proper collecting point.
·Keep these instructions for reference on any issues you
may be uncertain about.
ATTENTION:
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY : READ AND
UNDERSTAND THE OWNER’S MANUAL BEFORE
OPERATING MACHINE.
1. Set up the saw on a firm,level,non-slip,vibration-free
base.Keep the site free of tripping hazards.Ensure
adequate lighting conditions.
2. Do not wear loose fitting clothes,remove rings,
wristwatch and bracelets.Tie back long hair.
3. Wear safety goggles and face shield if operation is
dusty.Wear ear defenders.
4. Do not use the saw in a moist or wet environment,
or in the vicinity of combustible liquids and gases.
5. The saw must only be operated with all correctly
mounted guards.
6. Never use cracked or distorted saw blades.Only user
sharp saw blades.
7. Use a pushing stick when rip sawing narrow
work-piece.
Limitations on ambient conditions
The circular saw bench is designed for operating on the
site;
The height above sea level doesn’t exceed 1000m;
The temperature range of air doesn’t exceed 0°c~40°c.
3.Specification
Rating
Blade no-load speed
Biade tilt
Table dimensions
Table extension
Working table height
Saw blade diameter
Blade Bore Dia.
Cutting capacity(0°)
Cutting capacity(45°)
3HP(2.2kw)
RPM 3500:4200
0°—45°
mm 560×800
mm 305×800
mm 860
¢mm 254
¢mm 25.4/30mm
mm 75
mm 60
4.Safety
4.1 Specified conditions of use
This machine is intended to rip and crosscut grown
timber,faced boards,chip board and wood-core
plywood sheets,and similar wood-derived materials.
Do not cut round stock without suitable jigs or
fixtures.The rotating saw blade could turn the
work-piece.When sawing thin stock layed on edge,
a suitable guide must be used for firm support.
Use of wobble saw blades is not permitted on
this machine.
Danger! Any other use is not as specified.
Use not as specified, alteration of the electric tool
or use of parts that are not approved by the
equipment manufacturer can cause unforeseeable
damage!
4.2General safety instructions
1. Keep work area clear
– Cluttered areas and benches invite injuries.
2. Consider work area environment
– Do not expose tools rain.
– Do not use tools in damp or wet locations.
– Keep work area well lit.
– Do not use tools in the presence of
flammable liquids of gases.
3. Guard against electric shock
– Avoid body contact with earhted or grouneded
surfaces.(e.g.pipes,radiators,ranges,refrigerators).
4. Keep other persons away,
– Do not let persons,especially children,not involved
in the work touch the tool or the extension cord
and keep them away from the work area.
5. Store idle tools
– When not in use,tools should be stored in a dry
locked up place,Out of reach of children,
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6. Do not force the tool
– It will do the job better and safer at the rate for
when it was intended.
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7. Use the right tool
– Do not force small tools to do the job of a heavy
duty tool.
– Do not use tools for purposes not intended; for
example do not use circular saws to cut tree limbs
or legs.
8. Dress properly
– Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery,they can
be caught in moving parts.
– Non-skid footwear is recommended when working
outdoors,
– Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair,
9. Use protective equipment
– Use safety glasses.
– Use face or dust mask if working operations create
dust.
10. Connect dust extraction equipment
– If the tool is provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collecting equipment,ensure these
are connected and properly used.
11. Do not abuse the cord
– Never yank the cord to disconnect it from the
socket. Keep the cord away from heat,oil and
sharp edges.
12. Secure work
– Where possible use clamps or a vice to hold the
work. It is safer than using your hand.
13. Do not overreach
– Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Maintain tools with care
–Keep cutting tools sharp and clean for better
and safer performance.
–Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories.
–Inspect tool cords periodically and if damaged
have them repaired by an authorized service
facility.
–Inspect extension cords periodically and replace
if damaged.
–Keep handles dry, clean and free from oil and
grease.
15. Disconnect tools
–When not in use, before servicing and when
changing accessories such as blades, bits and
cutters. disconnect tools from the power supply.
16. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches
–Form the habit of checking to see that keys
and adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool
before turning it on.
17. Avoid unintentional starting
–Ensure switch is in”off” position when plugging in.
18. Use outdoor extension leads
–When the tool is used outdoors,use only
extension cords intended for outdoor use and
so marked.
19. Stay alert
–Watch what you are doing use common sense
and do not operate the tool when you are tired.
20. Check damaged parts
–Before further use of tool,it should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate properly
and perform its intended function.
–Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of
moving parts ,berakage 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 placed by an authorized
service center unless otherwise indicated in this
instruction manual.
– Have defectives switches replaced by an authorized
service center.
– Do not use the tool if the switch does no turn it on
and off.
21. Warning
– The use of any accessory or attachment other than
one recommended in this instruction manual may
present a risk of personal injury.
– Use push-sticks or push blocks to feed the work-piece
past the saw blade.
– Use and correct adjustment of the riving knife,
– Use and correct adjustment of the upper saw blade
guard.
– Rebating or grooving should not be carried out unless
suitable guarding, such as a tunnel guard, is fitted
above the saw table.
– Saws shall not be used for slotting(stopped groove).
– Use only saw blades for which the maximum possible
speed is not less than the maximum spindle speed
of the tool and the tool and the material to be cut.
– When transporting the machine use only transportation
devices and do never use guards for handling or
transportation.
– During transportation the upper part of the saw blade
should be covered; for example by the guard.
– Do not use saw blades which are damaged or
deformed.
– Replace table insert when worn.
– Use only saw blades recommended by the
manufacturer, which conform to EN847-1.
– Take care that the selection of the saw blades is
suitable for the material to be cut.
– Wear respiratory protection to reduce the risk of
inhalation of harmful dust.
– Saw blades shall be carried in a holder whenever
practicable;
– Connect circular saws to a dust-collecting device when
sawing wood.
– Do not use High speed steel(HS) blades.
– The push-stick or push block should always be stored
with the machine when not in use.
22. Have your tool repaired by a qualified person
This electric tool complies with the relevant
safety rules. Repairs should only be carried out
by qualified persons using original spare parts,
otherwise this may result in considerable
danger to the user.
Push stick
4.3 Symbols used throughout these instructions
Danger!
Indicates risk of personal injury or severe
material damage.
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of personal injury by electric shock.
Drawing-in/trapping hazard!
Risk of personal injury by body parts or
clothing being drawn into the rotating saw
blades.
The push stick (p) serves as an extension of the hand and
protects against accidental contact with the saw blade.
Caution! Risk of material damage.
Use push stick if distance rip fence – saw blade is≦120mm.
In order for the push stick to be always at hand. it can
be stored in a sheath inside the machine’s housing.
Note: Supplementary information.
5. unpacking
4.4 Safety devices
Blade guard
The blade guard (a) protects against unintentional
contact with the saw blade and from chips flying
about. Always have blade guard installed during
operation.
Note: make sure all items are accounted for before discarding
any packaging material.
Warning: to avoid injury ,if any parts are missing,do not
attempt to assemble the machine, do not plug in the
power cord,do not turn the switch on until missing parts
are obtained and installed coreectly.
6. Special product features
Riving knife
The riving knife (b) prevents the work-piece from
being caught the rising teeth of the saw blade
and being thrown against the operator.
All operating elements are located at the machine’s front.
Mitre fence and rip fence are standard delivery.
Always have blade guard installed during operation.
7. Operating elements
ON/OFF switch with emergency stop
·To switch ON=press green button
·To switch OFF=press red button or switch cover.
Height hand-wheel for setting the depth of cut
The depth of cut can be adjusted by turning the
hand-wheel
·If the rod is not square,loosen the knob, adjust the
rod,and tighten the knob.
·Adjust the 0° stop screw until it rests against the stop
pin.
·Adjust the plus and minus 45° stop screws using a 45°
triangle and the steps above.
Bevel hand-wheel for blade tilt setting
With the handwheel (d) the saw blade can be
steplessly tilted to the right from 0°(vertical) through
45°
8. Initial Operation
Caution:
Before changing the fuse, you must make sure the power
cable be unplugged in order to avoid injury.
Rip fence
The rip fence slides on the saw table’s front rail and
rear rail.
Adjusting the miter gage
You can set the mitre gage at 0° and plus or minus
45° with the mitre gage stop pin and adjustable stop
screws.
Note: the mitre gage provides close accuracy in
angled cuts.For very close tolerances,test cuts are
recommended.
·Loosen knob and pull out on stop pin to rotate
mitre gage base past atop screws.
·Loosen the lock nut of the 0° stop screws at
the stop pin with an 8 mm wrench.
·Place a 90° square against the mitre gage rod
and the mitre gage base.
8.1 Assembling the box stand
Unpacking the master carton,take off the plastic foam and
find four pieces stand panels, four stand level feet and a
bag of hardware.
Note:
Remaining hardware from this bag is used for assembly
box stand.
Use 8-M8×12 hexagon head bolt with 16-¢8 washer,8-M8
nut tighten the front panel and side panel, then tighten the
rear panel and side panel.
Place 4-stand level foot on the down side of stand. then
also use 8-M8×12 hexagon head bolt with 16-¢8 washer,
8-M8 nut tighten the stand and level foot.
Waring:
Do not lift the saw until without help.
The saw table is too heavy to lift without help,
customer should seek assistance from staff to lift
this item.
8.2 Installing the extension table
Warning:
Installing the extension table needs another
man’s help.
1.
Take off the extension table from the major case,put
4-M8×20 hex head screws with 4-8mm washer in
the holes of the right major table and extension
table,so the screw heads extend outward 10mm.
8.3 Installing the front rail
Warning:
The front and rear rails must be carefully aligned to
reduce the risk of kickback, which can cause serious
injury.
From the only carton take out the front rail with a plastic
bag in which you can find the following parts be used on
front rail.
Right and left end cap
6-tapping screw ST3.9×12
Locate the following hardware from a hardware bag in the
major case:
4-square head bolt M8×25
4-8mm flat washer
4-M8 hex nuts
2.Lift the extension table slightly and sure four screws up
on holes of major table.
3.Center the extension table over the edges and tap
it, check the surface alignment.
4.Tighten 4-screws with a 12mm wrench.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert the 4 square head bolts into the table and
extension,so the bolt heads extend out 6mm.
Loosely attach a flat washer and a hex nut to each
bolt.
Slide the slot on the front rail over bolts, adjust each
bolt to fit the rail closely to the table.
push the front rail against table and hand tighten
each hex nut.
Note:
Make sure there are no gaps between the rail and edge of the
table or extension.
5. Put the left end cap on the rail end, insert the tapping
screw and tighten with phillips screwdriver.
Note:
Make sure there are no gaps between the rail and edge of
table or extension.
8.5 Installing the long and short rail
8.4 Installing the rear rail
Warning:
The front and rear rails must be carefully aligned to
reduce the risk of kickback,which can cause serious
injury.
Take out the rear rail from carton.
Locate the following hardware from a hardware bag in
the major case:
4-square head bolt M8×25
4-8mm flat washer
4-M8 hex nuts.
Take out the plastic bag from the major case,in this bag you can
find the following parts will be used for installing the long and
short rails.
2-supporting and connection plate of rail(F52)
4-flat washer 8(F04)
4-hex head screw M8×18(F60)
1-brace accessory(F53,54,55,56)
2-adjustable link pole(F02)
2-short guide axle(F06)
2-long guide axle(F07)
4-hex socket cap head screw M8×35(F08)
4-spring washer 12(F73)
4-flat washer 12(F74)
4-hexagon nut M12(F75)
1. At the back of the table put the square head bolts in
the holes in the edge of the table and extension so the
bolt heads extend outward 6mm.
2. Loosely attach the flat washer and hex nut onto
bolts,slide the solt on the rear rail over bolts,adjust
each bolt to fit the rail closely to the table.
3. Push the rear rail against table and tighten all screws.
Locate long rail and short rail from the accessory case.
Warning:
The long rail and short rail must be carefully aligned to
reduce the risk of kickback,which can cause serious
injury.
1.
help, customer should seek assistance from staff to lift
this item.
There are two holes on each guide holder,first put
one adjusting link pole against the guide holder and
1.
Lift the sliding table slightly, the sliding table has
align the holes on the adjusting link pole with the
three bearing parts, slide the two upper parts over the
holes on guide holder, insert one short guide axle,
long rail and the lower one bearing part over the
add one flat washer 12, spring washer 12 and hex nut
short rail.
M12 and hand tighten ,repeat the above steps to
install the lower hole use one long guide axle,
repeat for another adjusting link pole.
2.
Lift the long rail slightly and keep the holes on it
align with the holes on the two shorrt guide axles.
insert two hex socket cap head screw M8×35 and
hand tighten.
3.
lift the short rail slightly and keep the holes on it
align with the holes on the two long guide
axles ,insert two hex socket cap head screw M8×35
and hand tighten.
4.
when the slide table slides smoothly without any
resistance over the long and short rails, tighten all the
screws with proper wrench.
2.
In front end of the rails take one supporting and
connection plate of rail and put it against the long and
short rail, align the holes on the plate with the holes on the
long and short rail ends. Match two flat washer 8,Insert
two hex head screw M8×18 in both holes and tighten by
wrench.
3.
At the back end of the long and short rails, repeat the
above steps for the upper hole of another supporting and
connection plate of rail,lift the brace accessory, align the
three holes on the brace tube(F53) and supporting and
connection plate of rail and short rail, put a hex head screw
M8×18 and a flat washer 8 into the holes and tighten.
8.7 Aligning sliding table
1. Stand at the front of the saw and line up the front edges
of the table and siliding table ,if the sliding table’s surface
is lower or higher than the major table’s surface, you can
8.6 Installing the sliding table
adjust it by one set adjustable bolts under the guide
holder ,first loosen 4 hex nut M12(F75) and hex nut
Take out this accessory from the major case
Warning:
M8(F05), tighten or loosen the two bolts M8×35(F08) ,do
this can make the long and short rails up and down, till
adjust the sliding table to the proper position, tighten the 2
Do not lift the sliding table without help.
The sliding table accessory is too heavy to lift without
hex nuts M8 and the 4 hex nut M12.
1.
If the right and left edges of the sliding table aren’t in
the same level position, loosen the two hex socket cap
head screws M8×18(F09) slightly, adjust the two bolts
M8×40(F58) to have the two supporting blocks remove,
and this can have the sliding table’s left side up and down,
after adjustment, lock all the screws by wrench..
8.9 Installing the rip fence
1. Unpacking the rip fence part from fence carton.
2. Place the rip fence assembly on the scale mount.
3. If need, attach the “L” shape extension to the rip
fence.
4. Slide the rip fence onto the rear and front rails.
8.8 Installing the lateral fence
Take out the lateral fence from the only carton
Warning:
The lateral fence must be carefully aligned to reduce
the risk of kickback, which can cause serious injury.
1.
Before installing this part, make sure the distance
between the right edge of protection board(F36) and
lateral fence(F23) is 29mm ,if not , loosen the two
cross recessed countersunk head screw M8×18 in
the bottom of protection board and remove
protection board to the proper position , tighten the
two screws.
2.
Loosen 2-M8×10 slotted set screws(F33)in the
bottom of lateral fence slightly, place the lateral fence
on the sliding table and insert the core axle for lateral
fence(F32) in the right hole close to
vertical
pole(F31), adjust the distance from the right edge of
lateral fence to the left edge of saw blade by remove
the lateral fence , the exact distance should be 30mm,
this can guarantee the workpiece’s width being
cutted agree with the scale (F28) on the lateral fence.
Caution
This fence has a set micro adjusting device,
which be positioned on the right side of the
scale indicator housing when you sure the
exact position by adjusting the rip fence and
micro device, you should push down the rip
fence handle to lock the rip fence.
5. A djust the rear and front rails to keep the
rip fence 1mm above the table.
6. Place the rip fence against the saw blade,
check the red line of scale mount right lens
with the scale“0”on the front rail.
7. Lock down the rip fence handle after
adjusting the rip fence to the proper position.
Operation without a dust collector is only possible:
– outdoors;
– for short-term operation;
(up to a maximum of 30 minutes)
– with dust respirator.
8.12 Mains connection
8.10 Installing blade guard
Installing blade guard(a) on riving knife(b).
Riving knife information
Thickness: 2.8mm
Blade Diameter: 254mm
Slot Width: 8.2mm
8.11 Connection of dust collector
Danger!
Dust of certain timber species (e.g.beech, oak,ash)
can cause cancer when inhaled.Use a suitable
dust collector when working in enclosed spaces,
the dust collector must meet the following
requirements:
– Hoses must fit the outer diameter of the dust
extraction ports (blade guard 30mm and the
chip case 100mm)
– Air flow volume ≥ 460 ㎡/h;
– Volume at dust extraction port of saw: ≥530Pa
– Air speed at dust extraction port of saw: ≥20m/s;
Danger! Electrical Hazard
Operate saw in dry environment only.
Operate saw only on power source matching
the following requirements:
– mains voltage and system frequency conform
to the voltage and frequency shown on the
saw’s name plate;
– outlets properly installed, earthed and tested.
Position power supply cable so it does not
interfere with the work and is not damaged.
Protect power supply cable from heat, aggressive
liquids and sharp edges.
Do not pull on power supply cable to unplug.
9. Operation
Rrisk of injury!
This saw may only be operated by one persons at
a time. Other persons may stay only at a distance
from the saw for the purpose of feeding or removing
stock.
Before starting work check to see that the following
are in proper working order:
power source range: 230v±10﹪,50hz±1hz
environment humidity requirement for operation:
≤50﹪ @40℃ or 90﹪@20℃
environment humidity requirement for storage and
transport: -25 ℃~55℃
–power cable and plug;
–ON/OFF switch;
–riving knife;
–blade guard;
–push stick;
Use personal protection gear;
–dust
respirator;
–hearing protection;
–safety goggles.
Assume proper operating position;
–at the front of the saw;
–in front of the saw
–to the left of the line of cut.;
–if working with two persons the second
person should stand at a rear table extension.
If the type of work requires, use the following;
– table extension if working with two
persons or if otherwise work-pieces would
fall off the saw table;
–dust collector.
Avoid typical operator mistakes;
–Do not attempt to stop the saw blade by
pushing the work-piece a against its side.
Risk of kickback.
–Always hold the work-piece down on the
table and do not jam it.. Risk of kickback.
–Never cut several work-pieces at the same
time – and also no bundles containing
several individual pieces. Risk of personal
injury if individual pieces are caught by the
saw blade uncontrolled.
Drawing-in/trapping hazard!
Never cut stock to which ropes, cords, strings,
cables or wires are attached or which contain
such material.
9.1 Sawing
For cutting the work-piece is evenly fed against
the saw blade towards the rear of the table:
1.Set depth of cut. The blade guard must be rest
with its front edge on the work-piece.
2.Set blade tilt and lock in position.
3..Mount fence,if required.
4.Start saw.
5.Cut work-piece in a single pass.
6.Switch machine off if no further cutting is to be done
immediately afterwards.
9.2 Mitre cuts
1. Fit mitre fence to the table slot.
2. Loose lock knob, set to desired angle with the
indicator and tighten lock knob again.
3. Cut work-piece by pushing the mitre fence-forward.
9.3 Rip cuts with rip fence
1. Lock rip fence in required position on saw table.
Danger!
Use push stick if distance between rip fence and
saw blade is less than 120mm.
Use of push block and push stick.
Push stick should be used to avoid working with
hands close to the sawblade. Push blocks should
be between 300mm and 400mm long,80mm to
100mm wide and 15mm to 20mm deep, Push
blocks should be used when cutting small workpiece and in circumstance where it is necessary
to push the work-piece against the fence.
The information conceming maintenance and repair
of push sticks, you must change the part by a
new one when you are sure the push stick or
push block is damaged in order to avoid being
injured by the running saw blade.
2. Reposition auxiliary fence extrusion if necessary:
–Low edge(as shown) = for sawing thin stock,
and with a tilted saw blade.
–High edge = for cutting thick stock(max.65mm).
3.
4.
5.
6.
Set blade tilt and lock in position.
Start motor.
Cut work-piece in a single pass.
Switch machine off if no further cutting is to be
immediately afterwards.
10. Care and maintenance
Danger!
Prior to all servicing:
–Switch machine OFF.
–Unplug power cable.
–Wait until the saw has come to a
complete stop.
·Check that all safety devices are operational
against after each service.
·Replace defective parts, especially of safety
devices,only with genuine replacement parts.
Parts not tested and approved by the
equipment maker can cause unforeseen
damage.
·Repair and maintenance work other than
described in this section shall be only carried
out by qualified specialists.
10.1 Saw blade change
Danger!
Risk of injury by the saw blade’s teeth.Wear gloves
when changing blades.
1. Remove blade guard.
2. Lower saw blade fully.
3. Loose 6 screws on cover plates. Remove
throat plates slightly.
4. Raise saw blade fully.
5. To block the saw blade insert lock bar into
hole in the saw table and turn saw blade
by hand until lock bar engages in saw spindle
hole.
6. Loose saw blade spindle arbor nut with spanner
(L.H.thread!)
7. Take outer blade collar and saw blade off the saw
spindle.
8. Clean clamping surfaces of saw spindle and saw
blade.
Danger!
Do not use cleaning agents (e.g.for removing
resin residue) that could corrode the light metal
components the saw, the stability of the saw
would be adversely affected.
9. Put on a fresh saw blade.
Danger!
Use only suitable saw blades-when using unsuitable
damaged blades parts could be explosive like hurled
from it by the centrifugal force.
Do not use:
–saw blades with visible damage;
–cut-off wheel blades.
10. Slide outer blade collar onto saw spindle.
11. Screw arbor nut, with the low side facing the blade,
onto the saw spindle (L.H.thread)
Danger!
10.3 Machine storage
–Do not extent the arbor nut wrench.
Danger!
–Do not tighten arbor nut by tapping on the wrench Store saw so that
–After tightening the arbor nut do not forget remove –it can not be started by unauthorized persons
the saw spindle lock bar!
–nobody can get hurt.
–Fixing of saw blade to spindle.
–When the spindle diameter is less than the saw
Caution!
blade bore diameter,flanged bushed provided by
the machine manufacturer should be used to make
up the difference.The use of loose rings or bushes Do not store saw unprotected outdoors or in damp
environment.
is not permitted.
11. Loosen screw (a) of the riving knife bracket..
12. Adjust the distance between the saw blade’s outer 10.4 Maintenance
edge and the riving knife(b). it must be 3-8mm.
Before switching on
13. Reinstall the throat plate and blade guard.
Visual check if distance saw blade- riving knife is
3-8mm.Visual check of power cable and power cable
Slot for the saw blade in the table.
The total width of the slot for the saw blade is plug for damage; if necessary have damage parts
12mm. the tilting direction is opposite to the replaced by a qualified electrician.
ordinary item. so the distance between the fixed
saw flange and the edge of the table slot is 8mm. 11. Tips and Tricks
Selection of saw blade and riving knife.
The range of saw blade diameters and thickness
is below:
Saw blade diameter: 254mm
Saw blade thickness: 3mm
The operator should only select saw blade of a
diameter and thickness suitable for the machine.as
specified in the instruction handbook.
Selection of the riving knife is dependent on the
saw blade thickness and saw blade diameter. The
operator shoulld ensure that the riving knife
selected is suitable for the saw blade being used.
The riving knife-guiding slot should be no more
than 0.5mm wider than the riving knife guiding
elements.
10.2 Cleaning the saw
1. Lay machine on its side.
2. Remove chips and saw dust with vacuum cleaner
or brush;
– from saw blade setting guide elements
– from traveling sizing table guide elements
– from motor vent slots
·Before cutting a work-piece to size make trial cuts
with pieces of scrap.
·Always place a word-piece on the saw table in such
way that it can not tilt or rock (e,g,always place a
curved board on the table with the convex side up).
·When working long stock use suitable supports, such
as table rear or side extensions(optional accessories).
·Keep surfaces of saw table and saw base clean – in
particular, remove resin residue with a suitable cleaning
and maintenance spray.
12. Repairs
Danger!
Repairs to electric tools must be carried out by
qualified electricians only!
Electric tools in need of repair can be sent to the
service centre of your country.
Refer to the spare parts list for the address.
Please attach a description of the fault to the electric
tool.
13. Trouble shooting
Danger!
Before carrying out any fault service or maintenance
work always:
1. switch machine OFF
2. unplug power cable
3. wait for saw table to come to standstill.
Trouble Shooting Guide,(cont.)
Problem
cause
Solution
Motor is slow weak
Voltage from source is low.
Windings are burned out or open.
Power Switch is defective.
Circuit is overloaded with appliances.
lights,or other electrically powered
equipment.
Request a voltage check from local
power company.
Have the Motor checked / repaired.
Do not use other appliances or
electrically powered equipment on the
same circuit when using the Table Saw.
Motor overheats.
Motor is overloaded.
Dull 10” saw blade.
Sawdust inside table saw is blocking
airflow.
10” saw blade teeth are dull.
Work-piece is warped.
Rip fence is not parallel with the 10”saw
blade.
Request a voltage check from the local
power company.
Replace the 10” saw blade.
Clean out the saw base.
Sharpen or replace the 10” saw blade.
Replace the word-piece.
Realign rip fence,and lock it in position
with the Rip Fence Handle.
Miter-gauge does not move
freely
Miter gauge assembly is dirty.
Loosen the miter gauge knob,clean and
lubricate the Miter Gauge Rod.
Rip Fence does not move
smoothly.
Rip Fence is mounted incorrectly.
Remove,riposition Rip Fence, and lock
it in position with the Rip Fence Handle.
When ripping,the cut burns the
work-piece,or stalls the motor.
Clean and lubricate the mechanisms
Sawdust has collected on the
mechanisms inside the base.
inside the base.
Bevel
Lock
Handle
is
not
fully
released.
10” saw blade does not lower
Fully release the Bevel Lock Handle.
Bevel
Height Handles are
hard to turn.
&
when turning the Height
Handle.
Table saw vibrates excessively
Floor surface is uneven.
V-belt is damaged.
10” saw blade is damaged.
Loose bolt, Screws, Nuts.
Readjust the Leveling Feet.
Replace the V-belt.
Replace the 10” Saw Blade.
Tighten all Hardware.
Trouble Shooting Guide
Problem
Table saw does not start.
Cause
Motor Cord is not plugged in.
Circuit fuse is blown.
Circuit breaker is tripped.
Motor Cord or Switch is damaged.
Power Switch does not
operate.
Power Switch contacts are burned out.
Capacitor is defective.
Wiring connections are loose or
damaged.
Solution
Plug in Motor Cord to volt electrical
outlet.
Replace circuit fuse.
Reset circuit breaker.
Have the Motor Cord or Switch
replaced.
Have the Power Switch replaced.
Request a voltage check from the local
power company.
Have the Capacitor replaced.
Have the wiring connections checked/
repaired.
Fuses or circuit breakers open Motor is overloaded.
Feed work-piece more slowly.
frequently.
Fuses or circuit breakers are wrong size Replace fuses or circuit breakers.
Replace the 10” saw blade.
or defective.
Have the Power Swith replaced.
Dull 10” saw blade.
Power Switch is defective.
Motor stalls ,blows fuses, or
trips circuit breakers.
Table Saw is noisy when
running.
Request a voltage check from the local
Motor is overloaded.
power company.
Dull 10” Saw Blade.
Fuses or circuit breakers are wrong size Replace the 10” saw blade.
Replace fuses or circuit breakers.
or defective.
Feed work-piece into 10” Saw Blade
Feeding word-piece too rapidly.
Motor is loose or defective.
more slowly.
Have the Motor checked/repaired
Warning: To prevent personal injury and/or damage to the table saw, maintenance and repairs should be done
only by a qualified technician.
14. Transportation
16. Instruction for thermo cutout in motor
If you want to transport this machine to other district, There is thermo cutout inside the motor, this device
you must take apart all the part that you have installed. protect motor from being damaged in high temperature’s
If possible use original carton for shipping.
condition. When the motor’s temperature is too high the
fuse will shut off automatically, you should check the
reasons to cause the high temperature or be carried out
15. Circuit diagrams
by qualified specialists at once. The thermo cutout will
return to normal automatically once the temperature low
down.
The end user shall provide a 10A over-current protection
device in supply system for this machine.
Iphase wiring diagram
3PH wiring diagram
NO
A-01
A-02
A-03
A-04
A-05
A-06
A-07
A-08
A-09
A-10
A-11
A-12
A-13
A-14
A-15
A-16
A-17
A-18
A-19
A-20
A-21
A-22
A-23
A-24
A-25
A-26
DESCRIPTION
Base
Left side panel for base
Right side panel for base
Flat washer 6
Cross recessed pan head screws
Graduated plate
Cable – grand
Rubber washer of switch box
Switch box
Switch
Foat washer 6
Cross recessed pan head screws
Dust collect tube joint
Hexagon nut M6
Hezagon head bolt M8×12
Flat washer 8
Hexagon nut M8
Stand level foot
Front panel for stand
Rear panel for stand
Left side panel for stand
Right side panel for stand
Cross recessed pan head screws
Cross recessed pan head tapping
Switch bottom plate
Bottom plate rubber washer
M6×10
M4×10
M6×16
screws ST4.0× 12
QTY
1
1
1
20
12
1
1
1
1
1
8
6
1
4
28
56
28
4
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
NO
B-01
B-02
B-03
B-04
B-05
B-06
B-07
B-08
B-09
B-10
B-11
B-12
B-13
B-14
B-15
B-16
B-17
B-18
B-19
B-20
B-23
B-24
DESCRIPTION
Rear rail
Square head bolt M8×25
Cross recessed countersunk head screws M5×6
Cover plate
Work table
Extension table
Flat washer 8
Hexagon nut M8
Hexagon head bolt M8×20
Slotted set screw with flat point M10×80
Hexagon nut M10
Cross recessed pan head tapping screw ST 4.0×12
Flat washer 4
Left end cap for front rail
Front rail
Right end cap for front rail
Square nut M5
Rack
Lock washers external teeth
Cross recessed pan head screw M5×8
Neck chain
Dust collecr tube
QTY
1
8
5
1
1
1
12
8
4
4
12
6
6
1
1
1
6
2
6
6
2
1
NO
C-01
C-02
C-03
C-04
C-05
C-06
C-07
C-08
C-09
C-10
C-11
C-12
C-13
DESCRIPTION
Locking handle for graduated disc
Flat washer 8
Miter gauge
Cross recessed pan head screw M5×10
Miter gauge indicator
Miter gauge block
Stop pin
Cross recessed countersunk head screw M5×8
Miter gauge rod washer
Shoulder screw
Miter gauge guide rod
Cross recessed pan head screw M4×8
Hexagon nut M4
QTY
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
NO
D-01
D-02
D-03
D-04
D-05
D-06
D-07
D-08
D-09
D-10
D-11
D-12
D-13
D-14
D-15
D-16
D-17
D-18
D-19
D-20
D-21
D-22
D-23
D-24
D-25
D-26
D-27
D-28
D-29
D-30
D-31
D-32
D-33
D-34
D-35
D-36
D-37
D-38
DESCRIPTION
QTY
Blade nut M16(left hand)
1
Outer blade washer
1
Blade
1
A-belt
1
Pulley
1
Key A-type
1
Arbor shaft
1
Bearing 80203
2
Arbor shaft sleeve
1
Arbor shaft bush
1
Circlips for hole D=40
2
Arbor shaft end bush
1
Press washer
1
Single coil spring lock washer 6
1
Hexagon head bolt M6×16
1
Hexagon head bolt M8×20
2
Flat washer 8
18
Press board for riving knife
1
Riving knife
1
Flower nut
1
Large washer 6
2
Step bolt M6×46
1
Blade guard
1
Hexagon nut M8
13
Hexagon sockert set screw with flat 4
point M8×25
Hexagon socket cap head screw 1
M10×30
Locking nut with plastic insert M8 2
Riving Knife bracket
1
Connecting rod
1
Cross recessed countersunk head 1
screw M8×20
Connecting rod bush
1
Cross recessed countersunk head 1
screw M8×30
Hexagon head bolt M8×65
1
Locking nut for motor base
2
Motor base
1
Hexagon socket cap head screw 2
M5×12
Large washer 5
4
Hand wheel
2
NO
D-39
D-40
D-41
D-42
D-43
D-44
D-45
D-46
D-47
D-48
D-49
D-50
D-51
D-52
D-53
D-54
D-55
D-56
D-57
D-58
D-59
D-60
D-61
D-62
D-63
D-64
D-65
D-66
D-67
D-68
D-69
D-70
D-71
D-72
D-73
D-74
D-75
DESERIPTION
HANDLE
Handle bolt
Cross recessed pan head screw
M6×16
Flat washer 6
Ball bracket
Thread rod ball
Spring dowel 4×28
Adjusting thread rod
Worm-wheel connecting rod nail A
Worm-wheel connecting rod
Worm-wheel connecting rod nail B
Connecting rod bush
Hexagon nut M6
Adjusting frame
Circlips for shaft D=24
Knuckle
Hexagon socket cap head screw
M6×12
Height adjustment rod
Circlips for shaft D=18
Motor
Hexagon head bolt M8×40
Key 8×7×50
Hexagon socket set screw with flat
point M6×9
Hexagon socket set screw with flat
point M6×6
Motor wheel
Hexagon socket cap head screw
M8×24
Single coil spring lock washer 8
Rotation press block
Adjusting cradle
Hexagon head bolt M8×75
Hexagon nut M12
Single coil spring lock washer 12
Worm-wheel
Eccenrtic sleeve
Hexagon socket cap head screw
M8×30
Worm-wheel shaft nail
Locking block
QTY
2
2
4
8
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
7
7
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NO
D-76
D-77
D-78
D-79
D-80
D-81
D-82
D-83
D-84
DESCRIPTION
QTY
Large washer 8
2
Flower bolt
1
Cross recessed panhead screw M5×12 2
Point bracket
1
Point
1
Flat washer 4
1
Single coil spring lock washer 4
1
Cross recessed pan head screw M4×10 1
Adjusting worm-wheel bracket
1
NO
DESCRIPTION
D-85 Dust collecting cover
D-86 Hexagon socket cap head screw
M6×18
D-87 Neck chain
D-88 Hexagon head bolt M6×25
D-89 Dust collecting tube
D-90 Elliptic neck chain
D-91 Cross recessed countersunk head
tapping screw ST 4.0×26
D-92 Spanner shaft
QTY
1
3
1
2
1
1
5
1
NO
E-01
E-02
E-03
E-04
E-05
E-06
E-07
E-08
E-09
E-10
E-11
E-12
E-13
E-14
E-15
E-16
E-17
E-18
E-19
E-20
E-21
E-22
E-23
E-24
E-25
E-26
E-27
E-28
E-29
E-30
E-31
E-32
E-33
E-34
E-35
E-36
E-37
E-38
DESCRIPTION
Round head rivets with small head ¢3×7
Hexagon nut M8
Flat washer 8
Round head rivets with small head ¢3×13
Lock plate
Lock spring
Lock block
Spring ringD6
Rolling wheel
Rip fence
Cross recessed countersunk head screw M6×12
Fence plate
Square nut M6
Cross recessed pan head screw M6×16
Board instead of nut
Cross recessed countersunk head tapping screw ST4.0×12
Left end cap for scale indicator housing
Scale indicator housing
Right end cap for scale indicator housing
Scale indicator
Lock washer external teeth 5
Cross recessed pan head screw M5×10
Square nut
Small gear
Gear rod
Eccentric wheel
Gear rod frame
Spring for gear rod
Hexagon socket set screw with flat point M6×5
Rip fence handle
Rear board
Pin ¢5×16
Rear block
Lock eccentric rod
Lock eccentric
Rip fence lock rod
Rip fence handle
Rip fence cover
QTY
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
4
4
1
6
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
NO.
F-01
F-02
F-03
F-04
F-05
F-06
F-07
F-08
F-09
F-10
F-11
F-12
F-13
F-14
F-15
F-16
F-17
F-18
F-19
F-20
F-21
F-22
F-23
F-24
F-25
F-26
F-27
F-28
F-29
F-30
F-31
F-32
F-33
F-34
F-35
F-36
F-37
F-38
F-39
F-40
F-41
DESCRIPTION
Guide holder
Adjustable link pole
Hex head screw M8×35
Flat washer 8
Nut M8
Short guide axle
Long guide axle
Hex socket cap head screw M8×35
Hex socket cap head screw M8×18
Bearing bush
Bearing 180018
Hex socket cap head screw M8×55
Hex socket cap head screw M8×20
Cross recessed pan head screw M5×10
Flat washer 5
Rubber plate
Bearing frame
Knurling screw
Fix board for lateral fence
Lozenge nut
Handle
Slotted set screw with cup point M8×8
Lateral fence
Hex socket cap head screw M5×12
Extension ruler frame
Extension ruler
Square pole for extension ruler
Lateral fence ruler
Sliding table
Mitre gauge(with scale)
Vertical ple
Core axle for lateral fence
Slotted set screw with cup point M8×10
Nut plate for pointer
Long narrow nut
Protection board
Cross recessed countersunk head screw M8×18
Pointer
Handle knob
Screw pole
Eccentric block
QTY
2
2
4
44
14
2
2
9
2
3
9
3
6
6
6
4
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
NO.
F-42
F-43
F-44
F-45
F-46
F-47
F-48
F-49
F-50
F-51
F-52
F-53
F-54
F-55
F-56
F-57
F-58
F-59
F-60
F-62
F-63
F-64
F-65
F-66
F-67
F-68
F-69
F-70
F-71
F-73
F-74
F-75
DESCRIPTION
Girclips for shaft d=14
Press block shaft
spring
Eccentric shaft
Girclips for shaft d =8
Glamp base
Glamp block
Knurling screw
Long rail
Short rail
Supporting and connection plate of rail
Brace tube
Hex nut M12
Screw pole
Support of screw pole
Supporting block
Hex head screw M8×40
Tilt bracket for sliding table
Hex head screw M8×18
Bearing frame sleeve
Hex socket cap head screw M8×32
Fence block nut
Fence block base
Adjustable hadnle screw M8×25
Slotted set screw with flat point M5×12
Fence
Flat washer 10
Hexagon socket cap head screw M10×20
Long strip nut
Spring washer 12
Flat washer 12
Hex nut M12
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
4
8
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
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