T10 & T11 ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS Please read these instructions before use. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. T10 & T11 Dear Customer Thank you for purchasing this Trend product, we hope you enjoy many years of creative and productive use. Please remember to return your guarantee card within 28 days of purchase. CONTENTS TECHNICAL DATA_____________________ 1 SAFETY____________________________ 2-3 ELECTRICAL SAFETY_________________ 4 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ____ 5 ITEMS ENCLOSED____________________ 5 DESCRIPTION OF PARTS______________ 6-7 ASSEMBLY & ADJUSTMENT – Switching On & Off____________________ 8 – Depth of Cut_________________________ 8 – Fitting & Removing Cutters_____________ 9 – Speed Control______________________ 10 – Fixing Points for Accessories___________ 10 T10 – Dust Extraction Spout________________ 11 – Fine Height Adjuster Accessory_________ 11 T10 & T11 – Template Guide Bush________________ 12 T11 – Dust Extraction Spout________________ 13 – Fine Height Adjuster__________________ 14 – Accessories________________________ 15 OPERATION – Cutting Direction & Feed Speed ________ 16 – Side-fence Routing___________________ 17 – Template Guide Bush Routing__________ 18 – Beam Trammel Routing Accessory______ 19 – Bearing Guided Cutters_______________ 20 – Freehand Routing & Batten Routing_____ 21 MAINTENANCE______________________ 22 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION_______ 22 GUARANTEE________________________ 22 SPARE PARTS – Spare Parts List___________________ 23-26 – Spare Parts Diagram_________________ 27 Definitions: Safety Guidelines The definitions below describe the level of severity for each signal word. Please read the manual and pay attention to these symbols. WARNING: indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. NOTICE: Indicates a practice not related to personal injury which, if not avoided, may result in property damage. Denotes risk of electric shock. Denotes risk of fire. Additional Symbols Used Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Ear, eye and respiratory protection must be worn. Denotes risk of personal injury, loss of life or damage to the tool in case or non-observance of the instructions in this manual. For 115 Volt The 115V router is not supplied with a plug. We recommend a 32A BS4343 110V plug is used. Minimum generator or transformer requirement 3 kVA continuous with a 32A BS4343 110V socket outlet. The 115V router cannot be used with a 115V No-Volt Release Switch. % If you require further safety advice, technical information or spare parts, please call Trend Technical Support or visit www.trend-uk.com T10 & T11 ROUTER T10E & T11E TECHNICAL DATA Voltage UK & Eire VDC230/115 EuropeVDC230 Power input W 2,000 Power output W 1,110 No-load speed min-1 8,000-20,000 Router 2 columns carriage Router carriage mm 80 stroke Revolver mm depth stop Collet size 3-step, with graduation & fine adjustment INTENDED USE The router has been designed for professional heavy duty routing of wood, wood based materials and plastics. This router is intended for routing grooves, edges, profiles and slots as well as copy routing. At reduced speed with the appropriate router cutter fitted non-ferrous alloys can also be routed. UK & Eire inch 1/2 UK & Eire mm 12.7 Europe mm12 Cutter diameter,T10 max. T11 mm 50 mm70 Weight kg5.2 These routers are professional power tools. Noise values and vibration values (triax vector sum) according to EN60745-2-17: LPA (emission sound pressure level) dB(A) LWA (sound power level) dB(A) KWA (uncertainty for the given sound level) Vibration emission Value ah = Uncertainty K = dB(A) WARNING: The declared vibration emission level represents the main application of the tool. However if the tool is used for different applications, with different accessories or poorly maintained, the vibration emission may differ. This may significantly increase the exposure level over the total working period. An estimation of the level of exposure to vibration should also take into account the times when the tool is switched off or when it is running but not actually doing the job. This may significantly reduce the exposure level over the total working period. Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the side effects of vibration such as: maintain the tool and the accessories, keep hands warm, organisation of work patterns. DO NOT use under wet conditions or in presence of flammable liquids or gases. 92 DO NOT let children come into contact with this appliance. Supervision is required when inexperienced operators use this appliance. 100 3.4 This product is not intended for use by persons (including children) suffering from diminished physical, sensory or mental abilities; lack of experience, knowledge or skills unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety. Children should never be left alone with this product. m/s23.1 m/s21.5 The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has been measured in accordance with EN 60745 and may be used to compare one tool with another. It may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure. -1- T10 & T11 SAFETY Keep cord from heat, oil and sharp 5. Consider working environment. Do edges. Always trail the power cord not use the product in the rain or in away from the work area. a damp environment. Keep work area well lit. Do not use power tools Observe the safety regulations in the 18.Connect dust extraction equipment. near gasoline or flammable liquids. instruction manual of the power tool If devices are provided for the Keep workshop at a comfortable to be used. Please read the following connection of dust extraction and temperature so your hands are not instructions carefully. Failure to do so collection facilities, ensure these are cold. Connect machines that are could lead to serious injury. When using connected and properly used. used in the open via a residual current electric tools, basic safety precautions, 19.Check all fixing and fastening nuts, device (RCD) with an actuation including the following should always be bolts and screws on power tool, current of 30 mA maximum. Use only followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric attachment and cutting tools before extension cables that are approved for shock and personal injury. Also observe use to ensure they are tight and outdoor use. any applicable additional safety rules. secure. Periodically check when Read the following safety instructions 6. The accessory or attachment must be machining over long periods. before attempting to operate this product. kept level and stable at all times. 20.Stay alert. Watch what you are doing. PLEASE KEEP THESE 7. Keep work area clean. Cluttered Use common sense. Do not operate INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE. workshops and benches can cause tools when you are tired, under the injuries. Ensure there is sufficient The attention of UK users is drawn to The influence of drugs or alcohol. room to work safely. Provision and Use of Work Equipment 21.Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Regulations 1998, and any subsequent 8. Secure idle tools. When not in use, for eye, ear and respiratory protection amendments. tools should be stored in a dry and must be worn. All PPE must meet high or locked up place, out of reach Users should also read the HSE/HSC current UK and EU legislation. of children. Safe Use of Woodworking Machinery 22.Do not leave tools running Approved Code of Practice and Guidance 9. For best control and safety use unattended. Do not leave tool until it Document and any amendments. both hands on the power tool and comes to a complete stop. attachment. Keep both hands away Users must be competent with from cutting area. Always wait for the 23.Always clamp workpiece being woodworking equipment before using our machined securely. spindle and cutter to stop rotating products. before making any adjustments. 24.Only use cutting tools for IMPORTANT NOTE: woodworking that meet EN84710.Always keep guards in place and in Residual Risk. Although the safety 1/2 safety standards, and any good working order. instructions and operating manuals for subsequent amendments. 11.Remove any nails, staples and other our tools contain extensive instructions 25.Vibration levels. Hand held power metal parts from the workpiece. on safe working with power tools, every tools produce different vibration power tool involves a certain residual risk 12.Maintain tools and cutters with care. levels. You should always refer to which cannot be completely excluded Keep cutters sharp and clean for the specifications and relevant Health by safety mechanisms. Power tools better and safer performance. Do & Safety Guide. must therefore always be operated with not use damaged cutters. Follow caution! Routing Safety instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. Keep handles 1. Read and understand instructions General dry, clean and free from oil and supplied with power tool, attachment 1. Disconnect power tool and attachment grease. and cutter. from power supply when not in 13.Maintain accessories. Do not use 2. Keep hands, hair and clothing clear of use, before servicing, when making damaged accessories. Only use the cutter. adjustments and when changing accessories recommended by the accessories such as cutters. Ensure 3. Remove adjusting keys and manufacturer. switch is in “off” position. Always spanners. Check to see that keys ensure cutter has stopped rotating. 14.Check damaged parts. Before and adjusting spanners are removed operation inspect the attachment, from the router tool, cutter and 2. Always mount the power tool, the power tool, the cable, extension attachment before turning router on. accessory or attachment in conformity cable and the plug carefully for signs Make sure cutter can rotate freely. with the instructions. Only use of damage. Check for alignment of attachment and accessories specified 4. Noise. Take appropriate measures moving parts, binding, breakage, in the power tool manual. The tool or for the protection of hearing if mounting and any other conditions attachment should not be modified or the sound pressure of 85dB(A) is that may effect its operation. Have any used for any application other than exceeded. Routing sound pressure damage repaired by an Authorised that for which it was designed. Do not may exceed 85dB(A), so ear Service Agent before using the tool or force tool. protection must be worn. accessory. Protect tools from impact 3. Keep children and visitors away. Do 5. Eye protection. Always wear eye and shock. not let children or visitors touch the protection in the form of safety tool, accessory or attachment. Keep 15.Do not use tool if switch does not turn goggles, spectacles or visors to it on or off. Have defective switches children and visitors away from work protect the eyes. replaced by an Authorised Service area. Make the workshop child proof 6. Respiratory protection. Always wear Agent. with padlock and master switch. a face or dust mask, or powered 16.Don’t over reach. Keep proper footing 4. Dress properly. Do not wear loose respirator. Dust masks/filters should and balance at all times. Do not clothing or jewellery, they can be be changed regularly. use awkward or uncomfortable hand caught in moving parts. Rubber 7. Do not switch router on with the cutter positions. gloves and non-skid footwear touching the workpiece. At the end of is recommended when working 17.Don’t abuse the cable. Never carry the cut, release the router plunge and outdoors. Wear protective hair power tool or accessory by cord or allow spindle to stop rotating. Never covering to contain long hair. pull it to disconnect from the socket. use the spindle lock as a brake WARNING: -2- T10 & T11 8. The direction of routing must always 9. Cutter shanks should be inserted into the collet all the way to the line be opposite to the cutter’s direction of indicated on the shank. This ensures rotation. Do not back-cut or climb-cut. that at least 3⁄4 of the shank length 9. Check before cutting that there are is held in the collet. Ensure clamping no obstructions in the path of the surfaces are cleaned to remove dirt, router. Ensure there are no obstacles grease, oil and water. beneath workpiece when cutting full fitting a false fence on the back fence. 5. Whenever possible use a work holding device or jig to secure component being machined. Ensure any attachment is securely fitted to the workbench, with table surface at approximately hip height. 10.Observe the correct assembly and 6. Use a No-Volt Release Switch. Ensure fitting instructions in the router it is fixed securely, easily accessible instruction manual for fitting the collet, 10.Hold power tool by insulated gripping and used correctly. nut and cutter. surfaces, because the cutter may 7. In router table (inverted) mode, stand contact its own cord. Cutting the “live” 11.Tool and tool bodies shall be clamped to the front right of the table. The in such a way that they will not wire may make exposed metal parts cutter will rotate anti-clockwise when become loose during operation. Care of the powertool “live” and shock the viewed from top so the feed direction shall be taken when mounting cutting operator. is from the right (against the rotation of tools to ensure that the clamping is by 11.Use clamps or another practical way the cutter). In overhead mode, stand to the shank of the cutting tool and that to secure and support the workpiece the front left of the machine table and the cutting edges are not in contact to a stable platform. Holding the work the feed direction is from the left. with each other or with the clamping by your hand or against the body 8. Do not reach underneath table or put elements. leaves it unstable and may lead to your hands or fingers at any time in 12.It is advisable to periodically check loss of control. the cutting path while tool is connected the collet and collet nut. A damaged, to a power supply. Router Cutter Safety worn or distorted collet and nut can 1. Cutting tools are sharp. Care should 9. Never thickness timber between the cause vibration and shank damage. be taken when handling them. Do not back of the cutter and the backfence. Do not over-tighten the collet nut drop cutters or knock them against 13.Do not take deep cuts in one pass; Useful Advice When Routing hard objects. Handle very small take several shallow or light passes 1. Judge your feed rate by the sound diameter cutters with extra care. to reduce the side load applied to the of the motor. Feed the router at a Always return cutter to its packaging cutter and router. Too deep a cut in constant feed rate. Too slow a feed after use. one pass can stall the router. rate will result in burning. 2. Always use cutters with a shank diameter corresponding to the size of 14.In case of excessive vibrations whilst 2. Trial cuts should be made on waste using the router stop immediately and material before starting any project. the collet installed in your tool. have the eccentricity of the router, 3. When using some attachments e.g. 3. The maximum speed (n.max) marked router cutter and clamping system a router table or dovetail jig, a fine on the tool, or in instructions or on checked by competent personnel height adjuster is recommended. packaging shall not be exceeded. 15.All fastening screws and nuts should Where stated the speed range shall 4. When using a template guide bush, be tightened using the appropriate be adhered to. Recommended speeds ensure there is sufficient clearance spanner or key and to the torque are shown in the Trend Routing between cutter tip and inside edge value provided by the manufacturer. Catalogue and/or website. of bush and that it cannot come into 16.Extension of the spanner or tightening contact with collet and nut. Ensure 4. Always use router cutters in a router. using hammer blows shall not be cutter and guide bush are concentric. Drill and boring bits must not be permitted. used in a router. Router cutters Router Cutter Repair/Maintenance 17.Clamping screws shall be tightened must only be used for the material according to instructions provided by 1. Repair of tools is only allowed in cutting application for which they are accordance with the manufacturers the manufacture. Where instructions designed. Do not use on metal or instructions. are not provided, clamping screws masonry. shall be tightened in sequence from 2. The design of composite (tipped) 5. Never use cutters with a diameter the centre outwards. tools shall not be changed in process exceeding the maximum diameter of repair. Composite tools shall be indicated in the technical data of the 18.Do not touch the cutter immediately repaired by a competent person i.e. after operation; it may be extremely powertool or attachment used. a person of training and experience, hot and could burn your skin. 6. Before each use check that the who has knowledge of the design cutting tool is sharp and free from Using Routers In A Fixed Position requirements and understands the damage. Do not use the cutting tool levels of safety to be achieved. 1. Attention should be made to the if it is dull, broken or cracked or if in 3. Repair shall therefore include, e.g. HSE’s Safe Use of Vertical Spindle any other damage is noticeable or the use of spare parts which are in Moulding Machines Information Sheet suspected. accordance with the specification No.18 and any revisions. 7. Cutters should be kept clean. Resin of the original parts provided by the build up should be removed at regular 2. After work, release the router plunge manufacturer. to protect the cutter. intervals with Resin Cleaner. The use 4. Tolerances which ensure correct of a PTFE dry lubricant will reduce 3. Always use a push-stick or pushclamping shall be maintained. resin build up. Do not use PTFE spray block when making any cut less than on plastic parts. 300mm in length or when feeding the 5. Care shall be taken that regrinding of the cutting edge will not cause last 300mm of the cut. 8. When using stacked tooling (multiweakening of the body and the blade, block and groover etc.) on a 4. The opening around the cutter should connection of the cutting edge to the spindle arbor, ensure that the cutting be reduced to a minimum using body. edges are staggered to each other to suitably sized insert rings in the table reduce the cutting impact. and closing the back fence cheeks or Version 8.0 08/2017 thickness, and that a sacrificial work surface is used. -3- T10 & T11 ELECTRICAL SAFETY Power Supply The electric motor has been designed for one voltage only. Always check that the power supply corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate. Machines marked for 230 volt can also be operated from a 220 volt supply. For 115V units with a power rating exceeding 1500W we recommend to use a plug to BS4343 standard. For T10 & T11 this must be rated to 32A. WARNING: Never use a light socket. Never connect the live (L) or neutral (N) wires to the earth pin marked E or . The T10 & T11 is double insulated in accordance with EN 60745; therefore no earth wire is required. Using an Extension Cable n If an extension cable is required, use an approved triple core extension cable suitable for the power input of this tool (see technical data). Mains Plug Replacement (UK & Ireland only) n When using a cable reel, always unwind the cable completely. Always check the condition of the cable and plug before starting with your work. n Also refer to the table below. Should your mains plug need replacing and you are competent to do this, proceed as instructed below. If you are in doubt, contact an authorised Trend repair agent or a qualified electrician. Conductor size (mm2) Cable rating (Amperes) 0.756 1.0010 1.5015 2.5020 4.0025 n Disconnect the plug from the supply. n Cut off the plug and dispose of it safely; a plug with bared copper conductors is dangerous if engaged in a live socket outlet. n Only fit 13 Amperes BS 1363A approved plugs fitted with a 13 Amp A.S.T.A approved BS 1362 fuse (1). Voltage 115 230 n The cable wire colours, or a letter, will be marked at the connection points of most good quality plugs. Attach the wires to their respective points in the plug (see below). Brown is for Live (L) (2) and Blue is for Neutral (N) (3). nBefore replacing the top cover of the mains plug ensure that the cable restraint (4) is holding the outer sheath of the cable firmly and that the two leads are correctly fixed at the terminal screws. 13 AMP 1 2 Cable length (m) 7.515 25 30 45 60 Amperes Cable rating (Amperes 0 - 2.0 6 6 6 6 6 10 2.1 - 3.4 6 6 6 6 15 15 3.5 - 5.0 6 6 10 15 20 20 5.1 - 7.0 10 10 15 20 20 25 7.1 - 12.0 15 15 20 25 25 12.1 - 20.0 20 20 25 - - 0 - 2.0 2.1 - 3.4 3.5 - 5.0 5.1 - 7.0 7.1 - 12.0 12.1 - 20.0 6 6 6 10 15 20 6 6 6 10 15 20 6 6 6 10 15 20 6 6 6 10 15 20 6 6 10 15 20 25 6 6 15 15 20 - WARNING: 115V units have to be operated via a fail-safe isolating transformer with an earth screen between the primary and secondary winding. 3 4 -4- T10 & T11 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY MACHINERY DIRECTIVE Additional Specific Safety Rules for Cutters n Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces, because the cutter may contact its own cord. Cutting a “live” wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool “live” and shock the operator. ROUTER T10E & T11E n Use the clamps or another practical way to secure and support the workpiece to a stable platform. Holding the work by your hand or against the body leaves it unstable and may lead to loss of control. Trend declares that these products described under Technical Data are in compliance with 2006/42/EC, EN 60745-1:2009 + A11:2010, EN 60745-2-17:2010. n For personal protection, ALWAYS wear a dust mask. These products also comply with Directives, 2014/30/EU and 2011/65/EU. n Always use cutters suitable for a speed of 30,000 min and marked accordingly. For more information please contact Trend at the following address or refer to back of manual. The undersigned make this declaration on behalf of Trend Machinery & Cutting Tools Ltd. n Never use cutters with a diameter exceeding the maximum diameter indicated in the Technical Data. WARNING: We recommend the use of a residual current device with a residual current rating of 30mA or less. Managing Director Jeff Willcocks This router is designed to accept professional cutters of straight, profile, rabbet, and grooved type with rated minimum speed of 30,000 min. Trend Machinery & Cutting Tools Ltd Unit 6 Odhams Trading Estate St Albans Road, Watford Herts, WD24 7TR United Kingdom 25.08.2017 WARNING: Always consider the following compulsive conditions: n Use 12.7mm shank diameter for straight, rabbet, groove and profile cutter. n Maximum cutter diameter: RESIDUAL RISKS In spite of the application of the relevant safety regulations and implementation of safety devices, certain residual risks cannot be avoided. These are:- T10/T11 50mm at 35mm cutting depth T10/T11 Groove Cutter: 50mm at 6mm cutting depth MARKINGS ON TOOL Impairment of hearing. Risk of personal injury due to flying particles. The following pictures are shown on the tool. Risk of burns due to accessories becoming hot during operation. Read instruction manual before use. Risk of personal injury due to prolonged use. Date Code Position -5- xxxx xx xx The date code which includes the year of manufacture is printed into the housing. 4 xxxx xx xx ■ ■ ■ ■ 4 T10 & T11 B I ITEMS ENCLOSED G R T10 & T11 4 D 1 x Parallel side-fence with micro adjuster H 1 x Fence rods (pair) A C 1 x Collet 1/2” (12.7mm) UK & Eire (Europe 12mm) P 1 x Spanner (22mm A/F) E Q 1 x Guide bush 30mm and fixing screws 1 x Inner plate and fixing screws K 1 x Line-up pin 12mm/1/2” F J 1 x Dust extractor spout with fixing screws 1 x Dust extractor spout clip X 1 x Instruction manual L 1 x Guarantee registration card N M AD O AC AF T11 only AH 1 x Fine height adjuster handle ■ Check for damage to the tool, parts or accessories which may have occurred during transport. ■ Take the time to thoroughly read and understand this manual prior to operation. AG AB AA Y AE U Z DESCRIPTION OF PARTS T10 W A Plunge locking lever B Variable speed control dial C Handle D Switch E Depth stop locking knob F Depth stop micro adjuster G Depth stop height adjuster dial H Depth stop scale I Depth stop lens J Thumb knob with anti-vibration spring for side fence K Collet nut L Spindle lock MBase N 3-way turret stop OCollet P Knurled nut Q Threaded spindle R Threaded spindle cap nut V S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH -6- Template guide bush dia. 30mm Template guide fixing screw Fence rods dia. 10mm x 360mm Parallel side fence Parallel side fence micro adjuster knob Spanner (22mm A/F) Dust spout 35mm dia. Dust spout fixing screws Dust spout fixing nut Dust spout insert Dust spout top clip Dust spout top clip screw Dust Spout underside clip Template guide bush line-up pin Inner plate fixing screws Inner plate T10 & T11 DESCRIPTION OF PARTS T11 A Plunge locking lever B Variable speed control dial C Handle D Switch E Depth stop locking knob F Depth stop micro adjuster G Depth stop height adjuster dial H Depth stop scale I Depth stop lens J Thumb knob with anti-vibration spring for side fence K Collet nut L Spindle lock MBase N 3-way turret stop OCollet P Knurled nut Q Threaded spindle R Threaded spindle hex cap nut S Template guide bush dia. 30mm T Template guide fixing screw U Fence rods dia. 10mm x 360mm V Parallel side fence W Parallel side fence micro adjuster knob X Spanner (22mm A/F) Y Dust spout 35mm dia. Z Dust spout fixing screws AA Dust spout fixing nut AB Dust spout insert AC Dust spout top clip AD Dust spout top clip screw AE Dust spout underside clip AF Quick release jig & table aperture AG Clamp guide system fitting AH Inner plate AI Inner plate fixing screw AJ Fine height adjuster handle AK Template guide bush line-up pin AL Fine height adjuster handle dial B AJ I AL G R 4 D H A C P E Q F K AF J X L M AG N AK O AH AD AC AB AI AA Y S AE T U Z W V -7- T10 & T11 ASSEMBLY & ADJUSTMENT n Read the depth of cut using the measuring lens (5) and scale. Switching On & Off n Adjust the depth of cut to the millimetre using the knob (6). n On; pull the switch up. n Off; press the switch down. ON I OFF O ON OF F 5 6 4 I O 4 Adjusting the Depth of Cut 2 n Place the machine with cutter fitted on to the workpiece. n Pre-set the 3-way turret stop (1) as required. 3 n Undo the thumb knob (2) for securing the depth stop (3). n Lift up the plunge locking lever (4) for fixing the depth. n Lower the machine slowly until the cutter touches the workpiece and secure it with the locking lever. 1 n Set the measuring lens (5) to a round figure or zero. n Adjust the depth of cut using the knob (6) and the measuring lens (5). n Rotate the knob (6) until the depth stop micro adjuster (3) touches the revolving depth stop (1). The distance between the top of the revolving depth stop and the bottom of the depth stop is the required depth of cut. n Tighten the knob (2). WARNING: Never make adjustments when the router is running or plugged in. The rotating turret stop screws can be used for pre-setting up to three depths of cut. Their height can be adjusted using a screwdriver (7) and an 8mm A/F spanner (8). WARNING: Deep cuts should always be routed in several passes. CAUTION: When in plunging mode By turning the turret stop, three depth settings can be quickly made. never release the plunge lever without the base of the router supported on a flat surface as this may damage the router housing or could cause injury. 7 8 If the depth of cut needs re-adjustment, it is recommended to use the depth stop micro adjuster. 1 n Adjust the depth of cut using the depth stop micro adjuster (3). One turn corresponds to approximately 1mm. -8- T10 & T11 How to Fit and Remove a Router Cutter 4 Fitting Cutters n Insert at least 3/4 of the shank length of the cutter (1) into the collet. n Press the spindle lock (2) forward until the router spindle is locked (you may need to turn the spindle slightly to engage it). n Tighten the collet nut with a spanner (3). Do not use excessive force. Removing Cutters n Undo the 22mm A/F collet nut with the spanner. 2 3 n Keep turning the spanner until the collet nut tightens and then loosens again. This is the fail-safe mechanism releasing the collet. n The cutter should now slide out. n Each time you finish using a cutter, remove it and store it in a safe place. 1 Correct Sequence for Fitting Collet, Nut and Cutter WARNING: Do not tighten the collet without a cutter fitted. WARNING: Always use cutters with shanks which match the diameter of the collet. (1) WARNING: Do not use cutters larger than 45mm unless the router is fitted in a router table. (2) CLICK CAUTION: Care should be taken when removing cutter to avoid cuts to fingers. ELU no/project no: 122280/170201 20.03.1997 Collet can be removed from collet nut. (3) ng no/archive no: 170201/122280_TB n no: 1 ator: KS Cheung ption: -9- T10 & T11 Setting the Electronic Speed Control Dial The speed is infinitely variable from 8,000 to 20,000 rpm using the electronic speed control dial (1) for uniform cutting results in all types of wood, plastics and in aluminium. 1 n Turn the electronic speed control dial to the required level. The dial is numbered from 1 to 5 and corresponds to router speeds from 8,000 rpm to 20,000 rpm. 5 n Generally, use the lower settings for large diameter cutters and the higher settings for small diameter cutters. The correct setting will also depend on the density of the material, depth of cut and feed speed of the router, as severe loss of rpm denotes motor overload. DialRouter Using a Fine Height Adjuster No. The T10 has an optional fine height adjuster accessory Ref. FHA/003 and the T11 has a built in fine height adjuster called the Quick Raiser. These should be used when fine height adjustment of the cutter is required. This is especially recommended when using dovetail jigs or router tables. 1 2 3 4 5 Speed 8,000 12,000 16,000 18,000 20,000 rpm rpm rpm rpm rpm Parallel Side-fence Assembly 6 7 8 Assemble side-fence as shown. 115mm Fixing Points for Accessories The router has three threaded holes M6 in its base that allow fitting of accessories and also fitting to router tables. A whole range of accessories are shown in the Trend Routing Catalogue. M6 15mm 75mm -10- T10 T10 Fitting and Removing T10 Dust Extractor Spout 6 5 The dust extraction spout consists of a main section (1) with underside clip (7), an insert cover (2), top clip (5) with screw (6), two main screws (3) & two nuts (4). n Check underside clip (7) is fitted into main section. Slide the insert cover (2) onto the main section if required (1) and click into place. 35mm n Fit nuts (4) into main body. Place spout into base of router and secure with two screws (3). n Connect a dust extractor hose to the dust extraction spout (1). 2 n The top clip (5) can be used with hoses that have a removable adapter fitted. Loosen the screw in the top of the router and fit the top clip (5) as shown using screw (6). 4 1 3 7 WARNING: Whenever possible use the dust extraction spout with a suitable extractor when routing. 1 NOTICE: Top clip (5) cannot be used with vacuum extractor hoses with a permanent adapter fitted. 2 Fitting the T10 Fine Height Adjuster Optional Accessory Ref. FHA/003 5 n Plunge router and lock lever (6) down. n Remove hex cap (5) nut from threaded stud (3), using a 19mm A/F spanner. 4 n Remove knurled ring nut (4) from threaded stud (3). 3 n Place washer (2) on threaded stud. n Thread on main adjuster rod (1) for at least 25mm of thread. -11- 4 6 T11 T10 & T11 Fitting Template Guide Bush and Inner Plate 7 The routers have a unique built-in line up system for the template guide bush. This system ensures that the guide bush is exactly concentric to the router cutter to ensure accurate work. 3 6 n Turn the router upside down. n Fit inner plate (2) into the recess in the router base plate (1). For T10 the bushes on the inner plate must be towards the router motor. For T11 the raised side of the inner plate must be away from router base. Loosely fit the two pan head machine screws (3) through the inner plate and into the tapped holes. DO NOT TIGHTEN SCREWS. n Fit the 30mm template guide bush (6) to the inner plate (2). Fit guide bush with the two M5 countersink machine screws (7). Tighten these screws. n The line up pin (5) is stepped for 12mm and 1 /2” collet (4) sizes. (For the 1/2” collet simply push the line up pin further down into the 1/2” collet). n Fit line up pin (5) into the 1/2” collet (8) (or 12mm depending on the size fitted) in the router, lightly tighten collet nut to hold the line up pin (5). n Release plunge lever and gently depress base until line up pin (5) projects through the 30mm guide bush (6). n Once in line, tighten the pan head machine screws (3) with a flat screwdriver. -12- 5 2 1 4 T11 T11 Fitting Dust Extractor Spout Fitting and Removing T11 Dust Extractor Spout The dust extraction spout consists of a main section (1) with underside clip (7), an insert cover (2) and top clip (5) with screw (6). A n Check underside clip (7) is fitted into main section. Slide the insert cover (2) onto the main section if required (1) and click into place. 3 B n Clip into the base by pushing down the dust extraction spout (1) until clips engage in the recess. Removing Dust Extractor Spout n Connect a dust extractor hose to the dust extraction spout (1). n The top clip (5) can be used with hoses that have a removable adapter fitted. Loosen the screw in the top of the router and fit the top clip (5) as shown using screw (6). 4 2 C 1 B n To remove dust extraction spout, push spout (1) to side and pivot out. 3 A 7 For more permanent fixing, fit nuts (4) into main body, place spout into base of router and secure with two screws (3). WARNING: Whenever possible use the dust extraction spout with a suitable extractor when routing. Top clip (5) cannot be used with vacuum extractor hoses with a permanent adapter fitted. Using the T11 Without Fine Height Adjuster 2 In portable use the knurled nut (2) should be wound to the top of the stud and hand tighten against the hex cap. The base of the knurled nut (4) should be aligned with the forks (3) in the router casting. 4 4 3 CAUTION: In normal plunge mode, ensure the base of the knurled nut is aligned correctly with the forks of the lower motor housing. This will enable the cutter to retract into the base safely. 8 -13- 3 T11 Fitting the T11 Fine Height Adjuster The fine height adjuster (Quick Raiser) for the T11 can be used portably or when the router is held inverted in a table. If a suitable size access hole is drilled into the router table top, the height adjustment can also be adjusted from above the table top. Portable Use 5 To set up for fine height adjustment: 7 n Plunge router and lock lever down (1). 6 n Rotate the knurled nut (2) down the stud until it is close to the router casting forks (3). 4 1 n Align the base of the knurled nut (4) so that it will locate in the forks (3). n Release plunge locking lever (1). 8 3 CAUTION: Do not use a powered drill to drive the T11 Quick Raiser assembly. Only use the supplied handle. Ensure that the plunge locking lever is unlocked. Never use unnecessary force to rotate the Quick Raiser mechanism. Do not undo Torx® screw on hex nuts. For Portable Use n Place the fine height adjuster handle (5) onto the top threaded spindle hex nut (6). 2 3 4 Inverted Use 0.1 0.5 n Rotate handle clockwise to raise motor body and reduce cutter depth. n Rotate handle anti-clockwise to lower motor body and increase cutter depth. 0 1.5 5 7 For Router Table Use n Ensure router is fitted into the router table (10), see opposite page. n Place fine height adjuster handle (5) through router table cutter hole onto bottom threaded spindle hex nut (9). 68mm n Rotate handle clockwise to raise motor body and raise cutter height. 36mm 9 n Rotate handle anti-clockwise to lower motor body and lower cutter height. One revolution corresponds to 1.5mm. The height adjuster handle dial (7) can be reset to zero. 10 -14- T11 Modification of User Router Table for T11 Fine Height Adjuster To use fine height adjuster in table mode a 20mm diameter hole is required to be drilled into the router table top. To position the hole it is advisable to remove the phenolic base slider of the T11 router and use it as a template. n Mark the hole for the handle height adjuster in the table top using the phenolic base slider as a template. n Remove the phenolic base slider. n Mark with a punch the centre of the hole. n Drill a pilot hole in the centre. n Enlarge the hole to 20mm. n Remove any burrs. 2 A template is provided on page 28. Table Use Top View T11 Quick Release Fixing Kit Optional Accessory Ref. T11/JT/KIT The T11 Quick Release Fixing Kit uses three cams (1) to lock the router into a router table. The kit can be retro-fitted to user-made tables by drilling suitable size holes in a set pattern into the table surface. The kit comprises three cams, three bosses, three springs and three nut & bolt assemblies. The kit is supplied with instructions for drilling and using the cams. The cams locate into the three apertures (2) in the base of the T11 router. 4 WARNING: When using large panel raiser cutters, making deeps or if the router is to be used inverted for long periods, the router should also be secured using three M6 machine screws into the TBC router fixing holes. 3 T11 Clamp Guide System Optional Accessory Ref. T11/CGS/KIT The T11 has two M6 tapped holes in the upper face of the router base (3), which will accept the Clamp Guide System accessory (4). The accessory is used with the Clamp Guide System clamps (5) and is used to create parallel grooves and trenches. 4 -15- 5 T10 & T11 OPERATION Feed Speed WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, always use proper hand position as shown. The speed at which the cutter is fed into the wood must not be too fast that the motor slows down, or too slow that the cutter leaves burn marks on the face of the wood. Practice judging the speed by listening to the sound of the motor when routing. WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, always hold securely in anticipation of a sudden reaction. Sequence of plunging Proper hand grip requires one hand on each grip as shown. Step One Plunge down and lock the motor carriage, by depressing the plunge locking lever. Step Two Carry out the routing operation. Cutting Direction WARNING: The direction of routing must always be opposite to the cutter’s direction of rotation. Otherwise there is a risk of kick-back. Step Three Release the plunge locking lever and the motor carriage returns to the normal position. Feed direction of router When routing always lock the plunge locking lever. Direction of cutter rotation Feed Direction Moulding Natural Timbers When edge moulding natural timbers, always mould the end grain first, followed by the long grain. This ensures that if there is ‘breakout’, this will be removed when 2 the long grain is routed. When routing along an edge, the direction of the router travel should be against that of the rotation of the cutter. This will create the correct cutting action and prevent the cutter ‘snatching’. It will also pull the router towards the workpiece and hence the side-fence or guide bearing will be less likely to wander from the edge of the workpiece. 3 -16- 4 1 T10 & T11 Side-Fence Routing B The side-fence is used to guide the router when moulding, edge profiling or rebating the edge of the workpiece or when routing grooves and slots in the centre of the workpiece, parallel to the edge. 7 The edge of the workpiece must be straight and true. The cheeks are adjustable and should be set ideally with a 3–4mm gap each side of the cutter. 9 3 2 A 4 Fitting and using the Side Fence n Make sure the thumb knobs (3) are fully released. Slide the guide rods (1) into the routing base (2) and tighten the thumb knobs (3). n Adjust the side-fence (4) to the required distance and clamp in place with the thumb knobs (3). 8 1 6 n Feed along the timber, keeping sideways pressure (A) to ensure the side fence does not wander away from the workpiece edge and downward pressure on the inside hand (B) to prevent the router from tipping. n When finished, raise the router, secure with the plunge locking lever (9) and switch off. n Then lower the cutter height until the cutter is just above the workpiece. n Fine adjustments are possible by slackening the underside locking knob (8), adjusting the micro-adjustment knob (6) and securing it again with the knob (8). One revolution of the micro-adjustment knob (6) equals 1.0mm of side-feed. When starting the cut, keep the pressure on the front cheek (C) until the back cheek contacts the workpiece edge. C n Lower the cutter onto the workpiece and set the cutter height by raising the depth stop (7) the required distance. At the end of the cut, keep pressure on the back cheek (D) until the cut is finished. This will prevent the router cutter swinging in at the end of the workpiece and ‘nipping’ the corner. n Switch on the router and when the cutter reaches full speed, gently lower the cutter into the workpiece and lock the plunge. -17- D T10 & T11 Routing with a Template The guide bush is used in conjunction with a template when the routing operation is repetitive or the workpiece is complex in shape. The template is fixed to the upper surface of the workpiece. A cutter is chosen with a diameter which will pass through the centre of the bush leaving enough clearance. The cutter can be straight or shaped. The router can then be guided around the template so that the shape of the template will be replicated. Making the Template The template is cut from 6mm or 1/4” MDF, plywood or plastic to the shape required. The guide bush offset needs to be allowed for when calculating the shape of the template. The template must be smaller by an amount equal to the difference between the ‘outer edge of the guide ring’ and the ‘outer edge of the cutter’. See below for the offset calculation. The edge of the template must be free of imperfections as these will be replicated in the final workpiece. Using a template to rout a straight edge Calculations for template offset Template Alternatively it can be used for cutting shapes or making panelling grooves. d D Template guide bush Workpiece Guide bush fitted to router E Template Guide bush ring Cutter FORMULA (D- d) E= 2 -18- T10 & T11 Beam Trammel Routing Optional Accessory Ref. BEAM/002 2 Cutting Arcs with the Router n Fit the beam trammel (1) to the router base (3). 5 n Place the machine on the workpiece and ensure pin on beam trammel will pierce the workpiece surface. n Measure the radius and fix the point of the beam trammel in position. n Fasten the beam trammel (1) in the routing base (3) with the thumb knob (4). n Set the cutting depth using the depth stop dial (2). n Switch on the machine. n After releasing the plunge locking lever (5), lower the machine slowly as far as the depth stop and lock it there. n Cut grooves, rebates etc. at a steady rate of feed, in an anti-clockwise direction. 4 1 n When finished, release plunge locking lever (5) to raise the machine. n Switch off the machine. -19- 3 T10 & T11 Bearing Guided Cutter Routing Edge profiling and shaping cutters are available with a bearing fitted to the end. This enables shaped or straight workpieces to be routed without the need for a guiding device such as a side-fence or batten. 1 The edge must be free from imperfections as these will be reflected in the finish of the mould. Often alternative diameters of bearings are offered which will change the shape of the resulting mould. With certain shapes such as the chamfer cutter below, increasing the depth of cut will produce a larger chamfered edge. n Fit the bearing guided cutter into the router collet. n Place router onto the workpiece. n Set height of cutter using the depth stop (1). n Switch on the machine. n After releasing the plunge locking lever, lower the machine slowly as far as the depth stop. The guide bearing ensures the cutter follows the workpiece. n With bearing of cutter running along board edge, mould the edge of the workpiece by moving the router in the direction shown. n A continuous motion should be used to prevent burning of the workpiece. When possible, take a number of passes at increased cutter depths. A light final pass will produce a good finish. n When complete, retract the carriage by releasing the plunge locking lever. n Switch off the router. Where the material thickness leaves insufficient room for the bearing to make contact, a second piece of material can be temporarily fixed beneath it for the ball bearing to follow. CAUTION: Keep downward pressure with the inside hand to prevent the router from tipping. -20- T10 & T11 Freehand Routing with the Router The router can also be used for sign writing or creative freehand work without any form of guide. With practice, numbers or name plate designs can be routed freehand. Draw the design or motif on the workpiece and then rout the design, taking shallow passes. A v-groove cutter is ideal for engraving designs at shallow depths. Clamp Guide and Batten Routing Where a side fence cannot be used, it is also possible to guide the router along a Clamp Guide or batten clamped across the workpiece. The Clamp Guides have built in clamping. Use the straight edge of the router base and calculate the distance required from the edge of the Clamp Guide to the cut required. After use, remove all accessories, and return tool to its packaging. Optional Accessories Standard technique is used, and side pressure applied to ensure the router does not wander from the Clamp Guide. Since accessories other than those offer by Trend, have not been tested with this product, use of such accessories with this tool could be hazardous. To reduce the risk of injury only Trend, recommended accessories should be used with this product. Please use only Trend original accessories. -21- T10 & T11 MAINTENANCE Lubrication n The bearings of the machine need no lubrication, as they are sealed. The two plunge columns on the routing base should be slightly oiled from time to time. Cleaning n Keep the machine clean at all times. Some maintenance products and solvents may damage the plastic parts, these include products containing Benzene, Trichloroacetyl Chloride and Ammonia. n Keep the cooling vents on the motor housing clean and unobstructed at all times. Blow out any dust and dirt at regular intervals. n Visually check the carbon brushes. In the event of excessive sparking, they may need changing. n Never use any caustic agents to clean the plastic parts. Changing Brushes n After about 40 operating hours inspection by a authorised Trend service agent is recommended. WARNING: Ensure machine is isolated from power supply. Storage n After use return the tool to its storage case. The carbon brushes will need replacing when they become worn to a certain limit. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Recycle raw materials instead of disposing as waste. Accessories and packaging should be sorted for environmental-friendly recycling. IC N O TR EC Separate collection. This product must not be disposed of with normal household waste. EL Household User Local regulations may provide for separate collection of electrical products from the household, at municipal waste sites or by retailer when you purchase a new product. WARNING: It is advisable to have the brushes replaced by an authorised Trend Service Agent. The router will also be given a thorough inspection. Please call Trend Customer Services for advice as to how to dispose of unwanted Trend electrical products in an environmentally safe way or visit www.trend-uk.com n Undo the two screws and take off the top cover. Then undo the two screws and move variable speed control out of the way. n Undo the screws holding the brush holder clamp and remove holder with brush. Business Users Please call Trend Customer Services for disposal of unwanted Trend electrical products. n Remove leads, pull on brush tab and remove brush and fit new brush into holder. Then refit lead and replace brush assembly into the housing. GUARANTEE n Refit brush holder cover and screws. n Refit speed control to position and secure with screws and replace cover and secure with screws. n Always use original T10/T11 spare parts. The unit carries a manufacturers guarantee in accordance with the conditions on the enclosed guarantee card. For the location of your nearest Trend Service Agent, please call Trend Customer Services or see our stockist locator at www.trend-uk.com. -22- T10 & T11 Please use only Trend original spare parts. T10 & T11- SPARE PARTS LIST No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 v5.0 04/2015 Qty. Desc. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 4 2 1 1 Ref. Armature 115V T10/T11EL c/w Fan >10/09 to 07/15 WP-T10EL/001A Armature 240V T10/T11E c/w Fan >10/09 to 07/15 WP-T10E/001A Armature 115V T10EL & T11EL c/w Fan >08/15 WP-T10EL/001B Armature 230V T10E & T11E c/w Fan >08/15 WP-T10E/001B Field Coil 115V T10EL & T11EL >10/09 to 07/15 WP-T10EL/002A Field Coil 230V T10E & T11E >10/09 to 07/15 WP-T10E/002A Field Coil 115V T10EL & T11EL >08/15 WP-T10EL/002B Trend Coil 230V T10E & T11E >08/15 WP-T10E/002B Switch WP-T10E/003 Carbon Brush 115V (1 pair) <10/09 WP-T10EL/004 Carbon Brush 240V (1 pair) <10/09 WP-T10E/004 Carbon Brush 115V (1 pair) T10EL & T11EL >10/09 WP-T10EL/004A Carbon Brush 240V (1 pair) T10E & T11E >10/09 WP-T10E/004A 2 Core Cable Only 115V UK T10L & T11L WP-T10L/005 2 Core Cable with Plug 230V UK T10 & T11 WP-T10/005 2 Core Cable with Plug 230V Euro T10&T11/EURO WP-T10EUR/005 Brush Holder <10/09 WP-T10/006 Brush Holder >10/09 WP-T10/006A Top Vent Housing WP-T10/007 Field Housing <07/15 WP-T10/008 Field Housing >08/15 WP-T10/008A Lead Field to Brush 115V (Yellow x 95mm) <07/15 WP-T10L/009 Lead Field to Brush 230V (Yellow x 175mm) <07/15 WP-T10/009 Lead Field to Brush 115V (Yellow x 95mm) >08/15 WP-T10L/009A Lead Field to Brush 230V (Yellow x 95mm) >08/15 WP-T10/009A Lead Speed Control (Red x 100mm F90-M) WP-T10/010 Switch Lever WP-T10/011 Machine Screw Csk M4 x 6mm Phillips WP-T10/012 Switch Slider WP-T10/013 Brush Holder Clamp WP-T10/014 Screw Self Tapping Pan 3.8mm x 12mm Phillips WP-T10/015 Top Bearing 12 x 32 x 10mm 6201-2RSL <07/15 WP-T10/016 Top Bearing 8 x 22 x 7mm 608-2RS >08/15 WP-T10/016A Circlip <07/15 WP-T10/017 Screw Self Tapping Dome 4mm x 25mm Phillips WP-T10/018 Cable Guard 115V T10L & T11L WP-T10L/019 Cable Guard 240V T10 & T11 WP-T10/019 Bolt Pan M5 x 68mm Phillips WP-T10/020 Washer Split M5 WP-T10/021 Screw Self Tapping Pan 3.2mm x 13mm Phillips WP-T10/022 Cable Clamp WP-T10/023 Lead Switch to Field (Red x 95mm F-M) WP-T10/024 For Armature & Field Coil T10E(L) & T11E(L) <10/09 see No.114. -23- T10 & T11 T10 & T11 - SPARE PARTS LIST v5.0 04/2015 No. Qty.Desc. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 64 65 66 67 68 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 5 Ref. Depth Stop Support (Left Hand) Depth Stop Support (Right Hand) Depth Stop Lens Screw Self Tapping Dome 3.8mm x 14mm PH Half Nut Hex M12 Screw Self Tapping Dome 4.8mm x 63mm PH Fan Baffle <07/15 Fan Baffle >08/15 Fan <07/15 Fan >08/15 Plunge Lock Lever Spacer for Revolving Guide Spring for Plunge Lever Plunge Lever Bolt Machine Screw Csk M8 x 35mm Phillips Handle Left Lower Bearing Housing T10 Lower Bearing Housing T11 Machine Screw Csk M4 x 8mm Phillips Domed Nut Hex M12 Knurled Nut Outer Depth Stop Scale Label Depth Stop Adjustment Knob Handle Right Depth Stop Locking Plate Depth Stop Locking Knob Spring for Depth Stop Nut Washer 6.6mm x 12mm x 1.6mm Slider for Depth Stop Nut Bearing 25mm x 47mm x 12mm 6005-2RSLTN9 Spindle Lock Housing Machine Screw Pan M4 x 8mm Phillips Bearing Lock Nut Collet 12mm (Europe) Collet 12.7mm (UK & Eire) Collet Nut Plunge Spring Plunge Spring Rod Spring for Depth Stop Depth Stop for Micro Adjustment Screw Machine Screw for Revolving Guide Threaded Pin M5 x 18mm Nut Hex M5 -24- WP-T10/026 WP-T10/027 WP-T10/028 WP-T10/029 WP-T10/030 WP-T10/031 WP-T10/032 WP-T10/032A WP-T10/033 WP-T10/033A WP-T10/035 WP-T10/036 WP-T10/037 WP-T10/038 WP-T10/040 WP-T10/041 WP-T10/042 WP-T11/042 WP-T10/043 WP-T10/044 WP-T10/045 WP-T10/046 WP-T10/047 WP-T10/048 WP-T10/049 WP-T10/050 WP-T10/051 WP-T10/052 WP-T10/053 WP-T10/054 WP-T10/055 WP-T10/056 WP-T10/057 WP-T10/058 CLT/T10/12 CLT/T10/127 CLT/NUT/T10 WP-T10/061 WP-T10/062 WP-T10/064 WP-T10/065 WP-T10/066 WP-T10/067 WP-T10/068 T10 & T11 T10 & T11 - SPARE PARTS LIST v5.0 04/2015 No. Qty.Desc. 69 70 71 72 73 74 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 98 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 109 110 111 112 113 Ref. 1 Threaded Pin M5 x 22mm WP-T10/069 1 Washer Dished 6.35mm x 12.5mm x 0.5mm WP-T10/070 1 Threaded Pin M5 x 35mmWP-T10/071 1 Revolving GuideWP-T10/072 1 Ball for Revolving GuideWP-T10/073 1 Spring for Revolving GuideWP-T10/074 1 Base Casting Complete T10WP-T10/078 1 Base Casting Complete T11WP-T11/078 1 Side Fence Micro Adjuster Scale WP-T10/079 1 Phenolic Slider Base T10 WP-T10/080 1 Phenolic Slider Base T11 WP-T11/080 5 Spring for Thumb Knob WP-T10/081 1 Side Fence Micro Adjuster Screw WP-T10/082 1 Spindle Lock Spring WP-T10/083 1 Guide Rods 10mm x 360mm (Pair) ROD/10X360 5 Thumb Knob Male M6 x 15mm WP-T10/085 2 Side Fence Cheek WP-T10/086 1 Side Fence Complete T10 WP-T10/087 1 Side Fence Complete T11 WP-T11/087 4 Washer 5.5mm x 9.5mm x 1.0mm WP-T10/088 1 Capacitor <10/09 WP-T10/089 1 Capacitor >10/09 WP-T10/089A 4 Washer Spring <07/15 WP-T10/090 1 Side Fence Bridge with Adjuster T10 WP-T10/091 1 Side Fence Bridge with Adjuster T11 WP-T11/091 1 Spindle Lock ButtonWP-T10/092 5 Machine Screw Pan M5 x 15mm Phillips WP-T10/093 1 Speed Control Dial WP-T10E/094 2 Machine Screw Csk M5 x 10mm Phillips WP-T10/095 1 Magnet for Speed Control WP-T10E/098 1 Spanner 22mm A/F SPAN/22 1 Side Fence Body WP-T10/102 1 Speed Control Board 115V T10EL &T11EL WP-T10EL/103 1 Speed Control Board 230V T10E &T11 WP-T10E/103 3 Washer Split Spring M4 WP-T10/104 1 Lead Switch to Speed Control (Red x 110mm F-F) WP-T10/105 1 Lead Switch to Speed Control (Red x 105mm M/F-F) WP-T10/106 1 Dust Spout T10 WP-T10/107 1 Dust Spout T11 WP-T11/107 1 Dust Spout Clip WP-T10/109 1 Dust Spout Retaining Clip WP-T10/110 2 Machine Screw Pan M5 x 12mm Slot WP-SCW/42 1 Screw Self Tapping Pan 4mm x 32mm Phillips WP-T10/112 1 Spacer WP-T10/113 -25- T10 & T11 T10 & T11 - SPARE PARTS LIST v5.0 04/2015 No. Qty.Desc. 114 117 118 119 120 121 123 FOR T11 124 124A 125 125A 126 127A 128 129 130 Ref. 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 Armature Kit 115V <10/09 T10EL & T11EL Armature Kit 230V <10/09 T10E & T11E Manual T10 & T11 Inner Plate T10 Inner Plate T11 Machine Screw Csk M5 x 8mm Slot Machine Screw Cheese M5 x 8mm Slot Line up Pin 12mm & 1/2” Guide Bush 30mm x 10mm WP-T10EL/AK WP-T10E/AK MANU/T10 WP-T10/075 WP-T9/075 WP-SCW/09 WP-SCW/98 WP-T9/090 GB30/A 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 Stud for Table Height Adjustment T11 <10/05 Stud for Table Height Adjustment T11 >11/05 End Cap Hex for Stud T11 <10/05 End Cap Hex for Stud T11 >10/05 Barrel Nut for Table Height Adjustment T11 Hi-tensile 8.8 Machine Screw for Hex Nut >10/05 T11 Table Fine Height Adjuster T11 Sintered Bush for Table Height Adjustment T11 Stud and Hex Conversion Kit <10/05 WP-T11/124 WP-T11/124A WP-T11/125 WP-T11/125A WP-T11/126 WP-T11/127A WP-T11/128 WP-T11/129 WP-T11/130 SERVICE NOTE FOR T11 PRE (<) OCT 2005 Pre Oct 2005 T11 Quick Raiser shaft hex nuts are factory set. The bottom (base) hex nut and top hex nut are both permanently glued and tightened to a torque of 22Nm. To remove hex nuts, ensure a socket is used on each end of the shaft. Remove top hex nut first. Please note: The shaft has been designed to have a 1.2mm float in the sintered bushes. Please contact Trend Customer Services for further information. When servicing the tool, please ensure the correct adhesive and torque setting is used. FOR T11 POST (>) OCT 2005 Post Oct 2005 T11 has a splined Quick Raiser shaft and hex nuts. The hex nuts are held by Hi-tensile 8.8 class Torx® machine screws which have been permanently glued with Locktite® 270 and tightened to torque 2.1Nm to 2.5Nm. When servicing the tool, please ensure the correct adhesive and torque setting is used. -26- T10 & T11 T10 & T11 - SPARE PARTS DIAGRAM v5.0 04/2015 Please use only Trend original spare parts. INAL ORIG TIONS RUC INST 118 9 Armature Kit - post Oct 2009 Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 89 -27- 114 T10 & T11 T11 Fine Height Adjuster Fitting Hole Position CL CL 36mm Actual Size Ø 20mm 68mm Check this scale to a rule to ensure actual size, before use as a drilling template. Actual Size 0 102030405060708090100 -28- MANU/T10 v6.0 RECYCLABLE Trend Machinery & Cutting Tools Ltd. Odhams Trading Estate St Albans Road Watford WD24 7TR England Tel: 0044(0)1923 249911 firstname.lastname@example.org www.trend-uk.com © Copyright Trend 2013, 2015, 2017. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form without prior permission. Our policy of continuous improvement means that specifications may change without notice. Trend Machinery and Cutting Tools cannot be held liable for any material rendered unusable or any form of consequential loss. E&OE N563304 10/17 ® All registered trademarks acknowledged.