Instruction manual - MAQUINARIA NOGVAL, SL

Instruction manual - MAQUINARIA NOGVAL, SL
Instruction manual
►1800W Electric Beveler model B15
►1100W Electric Beveler model B16
AC Induction Motor Mode
For your personal safety,
READ and UNDERSTAND before using.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
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MAQUINARIA NOGVAL S.L.
C. Borges Blanques nº 38 - P.I. La Borda
08140 Caldes de Montbui (Barcelona)
Tel.: 0034 93 865 35 68
E-mail: [email protected]
1800W Electric Beveler Mode
Power input
Vlotage
No Load r.p.m.
Speed Wheel Settings
Std. Bevel Angle
Max. Chamfer Height
Mini. Dia. For Inside Bevels
Net Weight
1800 W
See machine nameplate
2300-6500
1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6: 2300/ 2600/ 3700/ 4800/ 5800/ 6500
45 Deg.
45 Deg. : 10.6 mm
30 mm
6.5kgs ( 14.3Lbs)
Variable speed wheel
Main handle
Auxiliary handle
On/off trigger
switch with lock pin
Tool holder
Impeller
Bevel height scale
Adjustable dial ring
Support deck
Indexable carbide insert
Warning:
Tools equipped with over load protection, when motor has been cut off due to over
load, always switch on machine with no load for at least 20 seconds to reduce
temperature before switch on again to avoid burn out to the motor.
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1100W Electric Beveler AC Induction Motor Mode
Power input
Voltage
No load r.p.m.
MAX. adjustment for
steel up to 45kg/mm2
Net weight
1100W AC Induction Motor
See machine nameplate
60Hz: 3600 , 50Hz: 3000
60 Deg.
16mm (for nonferrous metal and plastic max. 25,4mm)
45 Deg.
16mm (for nonferrous metal and plastic max. 22,6mm)
37.5 Deg. 16mm(for nonferrous metal and plastic max. 19,7mm)
30Deg.
16mm(for nonferrous metal and plastic max. 16,2mm)
15 Deg. 12mm(for nonferrous metal and plastic max. 12mm)
19.3 kgs ( 42.46 Lbs )
Handle
On / Off Switch
Side Handle
Depth adjust nut
AC induction motor
Depth
Adjustment Screw
Angular
Adjustment Screw
Impeller
Front Handle
Angular adjustment
form 15-60 Deg.
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12 carbide insert
tool holder
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
path to carry electricity away from the user.
Double insulated tools are equipped with a
WARNING! Read and understand all
polarized plug (one blade is wider than the
instructions. Failure to follow all
instructions
other). This plug will fit in a polarized outlet
listed below, may result in electric shock,
only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in
fire and / or serious personal injury. The term
the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not
"power tool" in all of the warnings listed
fit, contact a qualified electrician to install a
below
polarized outlet. Do not change the plug in
refers
to
your
mains-operated
any way. Double insulation (1100W Electric
(corded) power tool.
Beveler Mode & 1800W Electric Beveler
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Mode only ) eliminates the need for a three
Working area safety
Avoid
wire grounded power supply system.
body
contact
with
grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges
Keep your work area clean and well lit.
and refrigerators. There is an increased risk
Cluttered benches and dark areas invite
of electric shock if your body is grounded.
accidents.
Don’t expose power tools to rain or wet
Do not operate power tools in explosive
conditions. Water entering a power tool will
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
increase the risk of electric shock.
flammable liquid, gases, or dust. Power
Don’t abuse the cord. Never use the cord to
tools create sparks which may ignite the
carry the tools or pull the plug from an
dust or fumes.
outlet. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp
Keep bystanders, children, and visitors
edges or moving parts. Replace damaged
away while operating a power tool .
cords
Distractions can cause you to lose control.
increase the risk of electric shock.
immediately
.
Damaged
cords
When operating a power tool outside, use
an outdoor extension cord marked "W-A" or
Electrical Safety
"W." These cords are rated for outdoor use
and reduce the risk of electric shock.
Grounded tools must be plugged into an
outlet properly installed and grounded in
Personal Safety
accordance with all codes and ordinances.
Never remove the grounding prong or
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
Stay alert, watch what you are doing and
adaptor plugs. Check with a qualified
use common sense when operating a
power tool. Do not use tool while tired or
electrician if you are in doubt as to whether
under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
the outlet is properly grounded. If the tools
medication. A moment of inattention while
should electrically malfunction or break
operating power tools may result in serious
down, grounding provides a low resistance
personal injury.
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Use safety equipment. Always wear eye
Disconnect the plug from the power source
protection. Safety equipment such as dust
before making any adjustments, changing
mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or
accessories,
hearing protection used for appropriate
preventive safety measures reduce the risk
conditions will reduce personal injuries.
of starting the tool accidentally.
Avoid accidental starting. Be sure switch is off
Store idle tools out of reach of children and
before plugging in. Carrying tools with your
do not allow persons unfamiliar with the
finger on the switch or plugging in tools that
power tool or these instructions to operate
have the switch on invites accidents.
the power tool. Tools are dangerous in the
Remove adjusting keys or wrenches before
hands of untrained users.
turning the tool on. A wrench or a key that
Maintain tools with care. Keep cutting tools
is left attached to a rotating part of the tool
sharp and clean. Properly maintained tools,
may result in personal injury.
with sharp cutting edges are less likely to
Do not overreach. Keep a proper footing
bind and are easier to control.
and balance at all times. Proper footing
Check for misalignment or binding of
and balance enables better control of the
moving parts, breakage of parts, and any
tool in unexpected situations.
other condition that may affect the tools
Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing
operation. If damaged, have the tool
or jewelry. Keep your hair, clothing and
serviced before using. Many accidents are
gloves away from moving parts. Loose
caused by poorly maintained tools.
clothes, jewelry or long hair can be caught
Use the power tool, accessories and blades
in moving parts.
etc., in accordance with these instructions
and in the
Tool use and care
or
storing the
tool.
Such
manner intended for the
particular type of power tool, taking into
account the working conditions and the
Use clamps or other practical way to
work to be performed. Use of the power
secure and support the work piece to a
tool for operations different from those
stable platform. Holding the work by hand
intended
or against your body is unstable and may
situation.
could
result in a hazardous
lead to loss of control.
Do not force tool. Use the correct tool for
your application. The correct tool will do
Service
the job better and safer at the rate for
which it is designed.
Do not use tool if switch does not turn it on
a) Have your tool serviced by a qualified r
or off. Any tool that cannot be controlled
epairpersonusingonlyidentic
with the switch is dangerous and must be
a l replacement parts. This will ensure that
repaired.
the safety of the power tool is maintained.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, user
or other reproductive harm.
must read instruction manual.
An example of these chemicals are:
Symbols used in this manual
lead from lead-based paint
V……..volts
Your risk from these exposures varies,
A……..amperes
depending on how often you do this
Hz……hertz
type of work. To reduce your exposure
W……..watt
to these chemicals: work in a well
~………alternating current
ventilated
n0………no load speed
approved safety equipment, such as
/min……..revolutions or reciprocation per
those dust masks that are specifically
minute
designed to filter out microscopic
………….class II tool
area,
and
work
with
particles.
WARNING!: Never machine materials
SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES
1.
which contain asbestos.
Never operate the tool in an area with
4. Use only recommended carbide
flammable solids, liquids, or gases.
inserts,ratedatthemachine’s
Sparks from the commutator/carbon
maximum rated cutting rate or higher.
5.
brushes could cause a fire or explosion.
Do not use dull or damaged carbide
inserts. Dull inserts cause excessive
Warning:Risk of injury from high-
friction and binding and excessive
temperature chips!
load on the motor, leading to possible
High-temperature chips are expelled
damage.
6.
at high speed.
Important:
After
completing
the
operation, Wait for coasting tool holder
Never touch the tool holder and keep
to stop rotating completely before
all vulnerable body parts clear while
putting the machine down.
7.
the machine is running.
2.
3.
Maintain labels and nameplates. These
Always guide the machine away from
carryimportantinformatio
the body while working.
n . I f unreadable or missing, obtain a
Do not work holding the machine
replacement.
above your head.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION INTENDED USE
WARNING! Some dust created by
power grinding contains chemicals
This shape beveling and deburring tool is an
known to cause cancer, birth defects
electrically driven portable machine:
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For machining workpieces in steel, chrome
prevent an excessive drop in voltage or
steel alloys, aluminum, aluminum alloys,
overheating. An excessive drop in voltage
brass and plastic. The machine is designed
reduces the output and can lead to failure
exclusively for Adding beveled edges,
of the motor. The following table shows you
rounding off edges, removing burrs , and
the correct cable diameter as a function of
removing sharp corners on workpieces. The
the cable length for this machine. Use only
speed of the machine is variable to suit the
U.L. and CSA listed extension cables. Never
needs of various materials and is equipped
use two extension cables together. Instead,
with
use one long one.
a
graduated,
depth
adjustable
support deck. It comes with a standard 45
degree tool holder for use with triangle
indexable carbide cutter inserts to achieve
Total Extension
quick and easy beveling.
Cord Size (AWG)
Cord Length (feet)
25
50
100
150
200
WARNING: The machine should not be
converted or modified, e.g. for any other
form of use, other than as specified in these
operating instructions.
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12
10
8
6
The user shall be liable for damages and
accidents due to incorrect use.
UNPACKING
Electrical connection
Carefully remove the tool and all loose
The network voltage must conform to the
items from the shipping container.
voltage indicated on the tool name plate.
Retain all packing materials until after you
Under no circumstances should the tool be
have inspected and satisfactorily operated
used when the power supply cable is
the machine.
damaged. A damaged cable must be
CARTON CONTENTS
replaced immediately by an authorized
Customer Service Center. Do not try to
repair the damaged cable yourself. The use
1. Torx Wrench
of damaged power cables can lead to an
2.
Hook Spanner Wrench
electric shock.
3.
Spindle Lock Bar
Extension cable
DO NOT OPERATE THIS TOOL UNTIL YOU R E A
If an extension cable is required, it must
DANDUNDERSTANDTHEENTIRE
have a sufficient cross-section so as to
INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
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SETTINGTHECHAMFERHEIGHT-
3.
DISCONNECT TOOL FROM POWER SOURCE.
Once the zero point is found, loosen
the small set screw and turn the dial
ring to indicate zero on the scale. Then
1.
Loosen the 2 lock knobs
2.
Referring to the fixed dial scale and
retighten the set screw.
the dial ring on the support deck, turn
Carbide insert Impeller Ruler
the entire support deck assembly to set
the chamfer height as desired.
3.
retighten
the
2
lock
knobs. Dial scale
Support deck
Lock knobs
Support deck
(1100W Electric Beveler AC Induction Motor
Mode )
1.
ZEROING-IN THE CHAMFER HEIGHT-
Loosen the 2 Depth Adjustment Screw
of both sides with supplied M8 Hex.
Wrench.
DISCONNECT TOOL FROM POWER SOURCE.
2.
Turn the depth adjust nut clockwise or
Note: The machine’s chamfer height is set
counter-clockwise to adjust to the
at zero from the factory. If the setting is
desired
disturbed, it must be zeroed in. Follow the
refer to the reading on the side of the
instructions below for zeroing-in.
machine, maximum chamfering depth
chamfering
height.
Please
up to 12mm.
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the 2 lock knobs then loosen
After make sure the chamfering blades
the support deck assembly so that the
are set to the desired height, fasten
inserts are below flush level.
the 2 Depth Adjustment Screw
Use a steel ruler or other accurate
Depth Adjustment Screw
device with a right angle . While
keeping the ruler square with the
impeller and the support deck, slowly
adjust the support deck until the ruler
just touches the carbide insert. This is
the zero point.
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CHANGING THE INDEXABLE CARBIDE
INSERTS
-
DISCONNECT
TOOL
2.
Index the carbide insert to the next
sharp edge or insert a new one as
FROM
needed.
POWER SOURCE.
3.
WARNING: Danger of Burns! Tool holder and
Retighten carbide insert with its torx
fixing screw.
carbide inserts become hot in operation.
Tool holder
Wear gloves and take precautions to
prevent burns when working with this part of
the machine.
Note:
indexable
carbide
inserts
have
Carbide insert L-type torx wrench
multiple edges. When one edge is dull
simply rotate to the next sharp edge. Once
all edges are dull, replace with new inserts.
REMOVING THE TOOL HOLDER DISCONNECT TOOL FROM POWER SOURCE.
NOTE: Make sure the indexable carbide
inserts are installed in the correct direction,
WARNING: Danger of Burns! Tool holder and
incorrect installation of indexable carbide
carbide inserts become hot in operation.
inserts can cause the failure of chamfering
or even rupture of the indexable carbide
Wear gloves and take precautions to
inserts. Please refer to the front of the
prevent burns when working with this part
machine for rorating direction, and install
of the machine.
the indexable carbide inserts accordingly.
If it is necessary to change from the
standard 45 deg. Tool holder to an optional
30 deg. Tool holder, the entire tool holder
must be changed.
1.
Loosen the 2 lock knobs and fully
unscrew and remove the support deck
assembly.
Arrange the indexable carbide inserts in
2.
staggered, in order to achieve better
Using the supplied thin-section openend wrench, secure the spindle.
beveling result.
3.
Using
the
supplied
hook
spanner
wrench, engage one of the holes in
1.
Using the supplied L-type torx wrench,
the tool holder and loosen the tool
Loosen fixing screw and remove the
holder from the spindle.
carbide insert.
4.
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Assembly is the reverse of disassembly
5.
Replace and adjust the support deck
assembly.
Tool holder
Hook spanner
wrench
Open-end
wrench
CHANGING THE INDEXABLE CARBIDE
INSERTS
-
DISCONNECT
TOOL
Hex. Wrench
FROM
POWER SOURCE.
LAND WIDTH ADJUSTMENT
For 1100W Electric Beveler AC
Induction Motor Mode
The land width of the AC Induction Motor
1.
Loosen the 2 Depth Adjustment Screw
Mode is factory set to a maximum of
and fully unscrew and remove the
25.4mm,
support deck assembly.
according to the descriptions below or
Using the supplied M32 combination
descriptions available on the machine.
2.
and
is
continuous
adjustable
wrench to secure the spindle.
3.
Using the supplied 27mm x 24mm
wrench to unscrew the nut in front of
the tool holder and loosen the tool
holder from spindle.
4.
Rotate, remove or replace the tool
holders as needed.
5.
Using the supplied M3 Hex wrench,
loosen fixing screw and remove the
carbide inserts.
6.
Rearrange the carbide insert to the
other sharp edge or insert a new one
as needed.
7.
Fasten carbide inserts. glue up the
fixing screws, a suitable adhesive
such as Loctite.
8. A s s e m b l y i s t h e r e v e r s e o f t h e
disassembly.
Depth Adjustment Screw
STARTING AND STOPPING TOOL
the arbor will still rotate for a time. Take
care that parts of your body do not come
Make sure that the power circuit voltage is t
into contact with the rotating parts or set
hesameastha tsho w nonthe
the machine down while it is still rotating!
specification plate of the machine and
that switch is “OFF” before connecting the
tool to the power circuit.
For 1100W Electric Beveler AC
Switching the machine on and off
Induction Motor Mode
To switch on:
Note: For your own safety!Always wear
Press the trigger switch to start.
goggle
To lock the switch on, press the lock pin
operating the beveler. Make sure fully
next to the switch.
understanding and compliance to the
and
take
precautions
before
safety rules before use.
Lock Botton
1.
On/off trigg
For 1800W mode :
Press green motor on button to start
motor. Use the handle to feed the
machine to the desired working angle
to work. Always use very light pressure
Lock Botton
when beginning the cutting.
2.
To switch off the beveler, press the red
motor off button.
On/off trigger
WARNING! Always switch off the beveler
and unplug the plug from the mains
To switch off:
immediately after use, in order to prevent
Squeeze and release the trigger switch to
being operated by untrained personnel or
unlock the switch and switch off.
accidents.
After the machine has been switched off,
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SPEED CONTROL WHEEL
deckflatandsecurelytothe
workpiece
.
From
the
operator’s
There is a progressive variable speed wheel.
perspective, the spindle is spinning
By turning the wheel to the right,, the speed
clockwise, so always operate in the
will gradually increase.
direction from left to right (up mill).
•
When performing inside bevels, work in
a clockwise direction only.
For 1800W mode:
•
Do not bevel more than about 2mm
per pass. If more depth is needed,
Variable speed wheel
make multiple passes until the desired
bevel height is reached
● MAINTENANCE
HOW TO USE THE TOOL
•
1.Keep tool clean
Effective control of this powerful tool
requires two-handed operation at all
Periodically blow out all air passages with
times for maximum control and safety.
•
dry compressed air. All plastic parts should
Do not use this tool continuously over
be cleaned with a soft damp cloth. NEVER
30 minutes.
•
use solvents to clean plastic parts. They
Protect your eyes from injury with
could
safety glasses or goggles.
possibly
dissolve
or
otherwise
damage the material.
Wear safety glasses while using compressed
air.
Operation
2. Lubrication 1800W Electric Beveler Mode
The machine must reach full speed before
only.
beveling/deburring begins.
• Hold the machine keeping the support
Every 100 hours of operation, have the
gearbox grease replaced by a qualified
service technician.
3.Replace the impeller when worn
When the impeller becomes worn the
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For 1800W models:
workpiece surfaces will be machined
unevenly. Replace when worn as follows:
To replace:
1.
2.
3.
Using
the
supplied
hook
spanner
wrench, engage one of the holes in
First unplug the machine. Carefully remove
the tool holder to immobilize it.
the 4 screws to separate the rear handle
Using an appropriate sized wrench
halves and then remove the 4 screws which
loosen the nut securing the impeller
connect the handle to the motor housing.
and remove.
Lift away the left-hand handle half first.
Replacement is the reverse of removal.
There will still be wires connected to the
rear handle, so take care that these are not
stressed. Simply hold the rear handle off to
● THE CARBON BRUSHES
1800W Electric Beveler Mode only
one side.
Using pliers, rotate the brush spring out of
the way and slide old carbon brush out of
the brush holder . Unplug the spade
The carbon brushes are a normal wearing
connector to remove the brush lead. The
part and must be replaced when they
old carbon brush may now be lifted away.
reach their wear limit.
Replacing is the reverse of removal. When
Replacing the rear handle to the motor
Caution: Always replace the brushes as a
housing, take great care that all wires are in
pair
place and not in a position to be pinched
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when it is retightened.
●If the replacement of the power supply
cord is necessary, this has to be done by
the manufacturer or their agent in order to
avoid a safety hazard.
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WIRING (1800W Mode)
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WIRING (1100W AC Induction Motor Mode)
MOTOR
3-WAY
CONNECTOR
SWITCH
BLACK
EARTH
AC
CAPACITOR
RED
YELLOW
BLACK
PARTS LIST (1800W Mode)
No.
Parts Name
Q'TY
No.
1
2
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
1
34
SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR
CORD ARMOR
1
35
INTERNAL CIRCLIP
R-47
1
3
CABLE CLIP
1
36
EXTERNAL CIRCLIP
S-20
1
4
SCREW
2
37
BALL BEARING
6204-2RS
1
5
SWITCH LOCK-ON
1
38
WOODRUFF KEY
6
SCREW
M4 x 30
6
39
SPINDLE
1
7
SCREW M4 x 16
5
40
INNER SUPPORT BARREL
1
8
RIGHT HANDLE COVER
1
41
SOCKET CAP SCREW
9
LEFT HANDLE COVER
1
42
DIAL RING
10
ELECTRONICS UNIT
1
43
SET SCREW
11
THUMB WHEEL
1
44
SUPPORT DECK BODY
12
SCREW M4 x 8
4
45
LOCK KNOB
13
BRUSH SPRING
2
46
SUPPORT DECK PLATE
1
14
CARBON BRUSH
2
47
SCREW
M4 x 12
3
15
CARBON BRUSH HOLDER 7 x 11
2
48
SCREW
M4 x 8
5
16
SCREW
1
49
INDEXABLE CARBIDE INSERT
5
17
FLAT WASHER
1
50A
TOOL HOLDER 45°
1
18
PLASTIC WASHER ø4 x ø11 x 1
1
50B
TOOL HOLDER 30° ( Optional) 30°
19
PICKUP MAGNET ø8 x ø15 x 5
1
50C TOOL HOLDER 37.5° ( Optional) 37.5°
1
20
SPACER ø8 x ø12 x 10.5
1
51
SPACER ø8.1 x ø14 x 5.5
1
21
MOTOR HOUSING
1
52
INTERNAL CIRCLIP
1
22
STATOR
1
53A
IMPELLER 45°
23
SCREW
2
53B
IMPELLER 30° ( Optional) 30° ø32 x 14.5
24
FAN SHROUD
1
53C
IMPELLER 37.5° ( Optional) 37.5° ø29.7 x 14.5
1
25
BALL BEARING
2
54
SHOULDER BOLT
1
26
ARMATURE
1
55
SCREW
26-1
SPIRAL BEVEL PINION M1.5 x 12T
1
56
MOTOR REST
1
27
BALL BEARING
1
57~61
N/A
-
28
GEAR CASE
1
62
TORX WRENCH
29
SPINDLE LOCK BUTTON
1
63
HOOK SPANNER WRENCH
1
30
WASHER ø6 x ø13 x 1
4
64
SPINDLE LOCK BAR
1
31
SPINDLE LOCK
1
65
FRONT HANDLE
1
32
SCREW
4
66
SOCKET CAP SCREW
33
NEEDLE BEARING
1
67
SPRING WASHER
M4 x 14
7 x 11
M4 x 10
ø4 x ø10 x 1
M5 x 60
608 zz
6001-2RU
M5 x 40
HK 0810
23
Parts Name
Q'TY
M1.5 47T
5 x 5 x 12
M5 x 25
1
1
4
1
M4 x 6
1
1
M5 x 16
2
45°
R-22
45° ø27 x 14.5
M6
M5 x 15
1
1
1
2
T15
M5
1
M8
2
4
EXPLODED VIEW (1100W AC Induction Motor Mode)
32
31
38
30
37
39 40
36
29
42
35
34
43
28
27
17
26
33
44
23
24
41
25
45
47
48
22
46
49
21
50
51
06
20
52
19
18
14
13
11
10
09
12
11
10
09
08
07
05
04
53
55
54
03
50
15 16 17
56
57
02
50
01
61
58
24
59
60
PARTS LIST (1100W AC Induction Motor Mode)
No.
Q'TY
No.
Parts Name
1
Parts Name
FRONT HANDLE
1
32
SCREW
2
SCREW
4
33
CONTROL BOX
3
INNER COVER
1
34
CAPACITOR 400VAC, 20UF
4
SCREW
4
5
FLAT WASHER
4
6
DEPTH ADJUST NUT
1
7
HEX. NUT
8
DISC SPRING Ø16 x Ø30 x 1.5
M14 x 25
M10 x 20
Ø10 x Ø23 x 2
M16 x P2.0
9
MILLING DISC
10
HEADLESS SCREW
11
12
13
Q'TY
M5 x 8
4
1
230V / 250VAC, 20UF 110V
1
35
SWITCH PANEL
1
36
SCREW
M4 x 10
4
1
37
SWITCH
KJD17-AC230V
1
1
38
TERMINAL
3
2
39
CABLE GLAND
SB7R-3
1
12
40
CABLE GLAND
SB8R-3
1
CARBIDE MILLING PLATE
12
41
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
1
INTERMEDIATE WASHER
1
42
WIRE LEAD
2
MILLING RECEIVER
1
43
WIRE SHEATH
14
BEARING PLATE
1
44
HANDLE
15
DEPTH INDICATOR
1
45
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
1
46
SPRING WASHER
5
47
RUBBER FOOT
30L
4
1
48
FLAT WASHER
Ø6 x Ø13 x 1
4
1
49
SCREW
M6 x 30
4
1
50
SCREW
M6 x 16
16
1
51
ROLLER AXLE
2
1
52
GUIDING WHEEL
2
16
M6 x 6
Ø20 x Ø35 x 3.5
Ø4 x Ø10 x 1
M4 x 10
6mmx15cm
1
1
M8 x 40
2
M8
2
17
SCREW
18
CABLE GLAND
19
BALL BEARING
20
ARMATURE
21
WOODRUFF KEY
22
STATOR
23
SCREW
1
53
WHEEL STUB AXLE
4
24
SUN WASHER
M4
1
54
SLEWING SEGMENT (L)
1
25
MOTOR HOUSING
1
55
SLEWING SEGMENT (R)
1
26
BALL BEARING
6202 zz
1
56
HORIZONTAL TABLE PLATE
1
27
WAVE WASHER
6202
1
57
VERTICAL TABLE PLATE
1
28
MOTOR END CASTING
1
58
L-WRENCH
1
29
SCREW
4
59
WRENCH
30
FAN
1
60
WRENCH
31
FAN COVER
1
61
L-WRENCH
6004-2RS
6 x 6 x 30
M4 x 8
M5 x 200
M3
M24 x M27
1
M32
1
M8
1
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