King Canada KC-712GH-5 User manual

King Canada KC-712GH-5 User manual
7” METAL CUTTING BAND SAW
GEARED TYPE
MODEL: KC-712GH-5
(712G, 712G4)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
ZA WARNING !
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling, and other construction activities
contains chemicals known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reprodrctive harm.
Some examples of these chemical are:
» Lead from lead-based paints.
« Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other
masonry products.
» Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated
lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on
how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals: Work 1n a well ventilated
area, and word with approved safety equipment, such
as those dust masks that are specially designed to
filter out microscopic particles.
CAUTION
Install saw blade and blade guard
before use. Set proper blade tension
to prevent any danger caused by
damaged saw blade or work piece.
1. WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
As with all machinery there are certain hazards involved with operation and use of the
machine. Using the machine with respect and caution will considerably lessen the
possibility of personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or
ignored, personal injury to the operator may result.
This machine was designed for certain applications only. We strongly recommends that
this machine NOT be modified and/or used for any application other than for which it was
designed. If you have any questions relative to its application DO NOT use the machine
until you contact with us and we have advised you
Your machine might not come with a power socket or plug. Before using this machine, please
Do ask your local dealer to install the socket or plug on the power cable end
2. SAFETY RULES FOR ALL TOOLS
A. USER:
(1). WEAR PROPER APPAREL. No loose
clothing, gloves, rings, bracelets, or other
jewelry to get caught in moving parts.
Non-slip foot wear is recommended. Wear
protective hair covering to contain long
hair.
(2). ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION.
Refer to ANSLZ87.1 standard for
appropriate recommendations.
Also use face or dust mask if cutting
operation Is dusty.
(3). DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper
footing and balance at all times.
(4). NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious
injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if
the cutting tool is accidentally contacted.
(5). NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING
UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF.
Dont leave tool until it comes to a
complete stop.
(6). DRUGS, ALCOHOL, MEDICATION.
Do not operate tool while under the
influence of drug, alcohol or any
medication.
(7). MAKE SURE TOOL IS
DISCONNECTED FROM POWER
SUPPLY. While motor is being mounted,
connected or reconnected.
(8). ALWAYS keep hands and fingers
away from the blade.
(9). STOP the machine before removing
chips.
(10). SHUT- OFF power and clean the
BAND SAW and work area before leaving
the machine.
B. USE OF MACHINE:
(1). REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Form habit of checking to
see that keys and adjusting wrenches are
removed from tool before turning it “on”.
(2). DON'T FORCE TOOL. It will do the
job better and be safer at the rate for which
it was designed.
(3). USE RIGHT TOOL. Don't force tool or
attachment to do a job for which it was not
designed.
(4). SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a
vise to hold work when practical. It's safer
than using your hand frees both hands to
operate tool.
(5). MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP
CONDITION. Keep tools sharp and clean
for best and safest performance. Follow
instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories.
(6). USE RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES. Consult the owner's
manual for recommended accessories.
The use of improper accessories may
cause hazards.
(7). AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING.
Make sure switch is in “OFF” position
before plugging in power cord.
(8). DIRECTIONOF FEED. Feed work
into a blade or cutter against the direction
of rotation of the blade or cutter only.
(9). ADJUST AND POSITION the blade
guide arm before starting the cut.
(10). KEEP BLADE GUIDE ARM TIGHT,
A loose blade guide arm will affect sawing
accuracy .
(11). MAKE SURE blade speed is set
correctly for material being cut.
(12). CHECK for proper blade size and
type.
(13). STOP the machine before putting
material in the vise.
(14). ALWAYS have stock firmly clamped
in vise before starting cut.
(15). GROUNDALL TOOLS. If tool is
equipped with three-prong plug, it should
be plugged into a three-hole electrical
receptacle. If an adapter is used to
accommodate atwoprong receptacle, the
adapter lug must be attached to a known
ground. Never removed the third prong.
C. ADJUSTMENT :
MAKE all adjustments with the power off.
In order to obtain the machine. Precision
and correct ways of adjustment while
assembling, the user should read the
detailed instruction in this manual.
D. WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
(1). KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN.
Cluttered areas and benches invite
accidents.
(2). DON’T USE IN DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENT. Don't use power tools in
damp or wet locations, or expose them to
rain. Keep work area well-lighted.
(3). KEEP CHILEREN AND VISITIORS
AWAY. All children and visitors should be
kept a safe distance from work area.
(4). DON’T install & use this machine in
explosive, dangerous environment.
E. MAINTENANCE:
(1). DISCONNECT machine from power
source when making repairs.
(2). CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before
further use of the tool, a guard or other
part that is damaged should be carefully
checked to ensure that it will operate
properly and perform its intended function
check for alignment of moving parts,
binding of moving parts, breakage 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 replaced.
(3). DISCONNECT TOOLS before
servicing and when changing accessories
such as blades, bits, cutters, etc.
(4). MAKE SURE that blade tension and
blade tacking are properly adjusted.
(5). RE-CHECK blade tension after initial
cut with a new blade.
(6). TO RPOLONG BLADE LIFE
ALWAYS release blade tension at the end
of each work day.
(7).CHECK COOLANT DAILY Low
coolant level can cause foaming and high
blade temperatures. Dirty or week coolant
can clog pump, cause crooked. Cast, low
cutting rate and permanent blade failure.
Dirty coolant can cause the growth of
bacteria with ensuing skin irritation.
(8). WHEN CUTTING MAGNESIUM
NEVER use soluble oils or
emulsions(oil-water mix) as water will
greatly intensify any accidental magnesium
chip fire. See your industrial coolant
supplier for specific coolant
recommendations when cutting
magnesium.
(9). TO PRNMT corrosion of machined
surfaces when a soluble on is used as
coolant, pay particular attention to wiping
dry the surfaces where fluid accumulates
and does not evaporate quickly, such as
between the machine bed and vise.
F. SPECTIFIED USAGE:
This machine is used only for general
metals cutting within the range of cutting
G. NOISE:
A weighted sound pressure level : 80 dB.
H. SAFETY DEVICE:
(1). Interlock switch on pulley cover.
As soon as the pulley cover is open,
Machine will stop with the function of this
switch. Do not remove this switch from
machine for any reason, and check it's
function frequently.
(2). Interlock switch on cutting area as
soon as the cover of cutting area in open,
machine will stop at once witch the
function of this switch, do not remove this
switch from machine for any reason, and
check it's function frequently.
capacity.
CAUTION :
READ ALL INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS NACHINE. SAVE THIS
MANUAL.
3. SPECIFICATION:
MOTOR 1 HP(39)
Blade Size 19.05 x 0.8 x 2362 ( Carbon Blade )
60Hz (MPM)| 41 60 78 41 60 78
Saw Blade (FPM) 135 197 256 135 197 256
Speed SORZ(MPM) | 34 50 65 34 50 65
(FPM) | 112 164 213 112 164 213
MODEL NO. CUTTING
CAPACITY 7126 712GDR
90° O(mm) 178(7”) 178(7”)
_ (mm) 178x305(7x12”) 178x210(/"X81/4")
O(mm) 127(5”) 127(5”)
45 120x125
mm ” ”
| (пт) (Ази"х4н/2") 85x140(31/3”x51/2”)
O(mm) [127(5" 127(5”)
-45° 120x125
mm ” »
| (mm) (4314"X4112”) 85x140(31/3”x51/2”)
Dimension LxWxH (mm) 1285x500x1000 1245x889x1265
N.W/ G.W (kgs) 145 / 180 165/185
Packing Measurement co eE 1371x685x787
(mm) LXVWXH
4. TRANSPORTATION OF MACHINE:
Unpacking
1. Transportation to desired location before unpacking, please use lifting jack.(Fig.
B)
2. Transportation after unpacking, please use heavy duty fiber belt to lift up the
machine.
7
Fig. B
ALLWAYS KEEP PROPER FOOTING & BALANCE WHILE MOVING THIS MACHINE.
5, Installation:
As this machine weights 125 kg. It is recommended that the machine shall be
transported, with help of lifting jack.
Transportation Recommendation:
(1). Tighten all locks before operation.
(2). ALWAYS Keep proper footing & balance while
moving this 125kgs machine, and only use heavy duty
fiber belt to lift the machine as Fig. A
(3). TURN OFF the power before wiring, & be sure
machine in proper grounding, Overload & circuit
breaker is recommended for safety wiring.
(4). CHECK carefully if the saw blade is running in
counter-clockwise direction if not , reverse the
wiring per circuit diagram then repeat the running test.
(5). KEEP machine always out from sun, dust, wet,
raining area. Fig,A
6. MINIMUM ROOM SPACE FOR MACHINE OPERATION
L1
T
W1
71264 712G4DR
Dimension
L4XW1xH1(mm) 1285x500x 1000 1245x889x1265
TOOTH
7. MAKE PROPER TOOTH SELECTION SELECTION
For maximum cutting efficiency and lowest
cost per cut, it is important to select the
blade with the right number of teeth per
inch (TPI) for the material being cut. The
material size and shape dictate tooth
selection.
You need to consider:
1.The width of the cut. That is, the distance
in the cut that each tooth must travel from
the point it enters the workpiece until it
leaves the workpiece, and
2.The shape of the workpiece.
® Squares, Rectangles, Flats
(Symbol: №)
Locate the width of cut on the chart.
(Inches on the outer circle and millimeters
on the inner circle.) Select the tooth pitch
28 27 76 29 24 23 22
29 21 20
1% 1%
I%
2 y 74 3 »
on the ring marked with the square shape
which aligns with the width of cut.
EXAMPLE: 6" (150mm) square, use a 2/3
Vari-Tooth.
e Round Solids (Symbol: €)
Locate the diameter of your workpiece on
the chart. Select the tooth pitch on the ring
marked with the round shape which aligns
with the size of stock you are cutting.
EXAMPLE: 4" (100mm) round, use a 3/4
Vari-Tooth.
e Tubing, Pipe, Structurals( Symbol :
OHA")
Determine the average width of cut by
dividing the area of the workpiece by the
distance the saw blade must travel to finish
the cut. Locate the average width of cut on
the chart. Select the tooth Ditch on the ring
marked with the tubing and structural
shape which aligns with the average width
you are cutting.
EXAMPLE: 4" (100mm) outside diameter,
3"(75mm) inside diameter tubing.
4"(100mm) OD=12.5 sq.In. (79cm?)
-3"(75 mm ) ID= 7.0 sq.In. (44cm?)
Area = 5.5 sq.In. (35cm?)
5.5 sq.In. (35cm?) / 4" (100mm)
distance =1.38(35mm) average width
1.38" (35mm), use a 4/6 Vari-Tooth
NOTE: The band speed and cutting rate
recommendations presented on this chart
are approximations and are to be used as
a starting point for most applications. For
exact sawing parameters’ consult your saw
blade supplier.
8. BI-METAL SPEEDS AND FEEDS
These figures are a guide to cutting
4"(100mm) material (with a 314 Vari-Tooth)
when using a cutting fluid.
Increase Band Speed: 15% When
cutting 1/4'(6.4mm) material (10/14
Vari- Tooth)
12% When cutting
3/4"(19 mm) material (6/10 Vari- Tooth)
10% When cutting
1-1/4"(32 mm) material(5/8 Vari-Tooth)
5% When cutting
2-1/2" (64 mm) material(4/6 Vari-Tooth)
Decrease Band Speed: 12% When
cutting 8"(200mm) material(2/3 Vari-Tooth)
MATERIAL | ALLOY BAND
ASTM NO. SPEED
FT./MI M/MI
N N
Copper 173,932 314 96
Alloy 330365 13284 87
623,624 264 138
230,260,272 244 74
280,264,632 244 174
655
101,102,110 [234 71
122172
1751,182,22 234 171
0,510
625,706,715 234 [71
934
630 229 70
811 214 165
Carbon 1117 339 103
Steel 1137 289 188
1141,1144 279 85
1141 HI 279 1285
STRESS
1030 329 100
1008,1015,1 319 97
020,1025
1035 309 194
1018,1021,1 299 191
022
1026,1513 299 91
A36(SHAPE 269 182
S),1040
1042,1541 249 76
10441045 219 167
1060 199 161
1095 184 156
Ni-Cr-Mo 18615,8620,8 239 73
Alloy Steel 622
8640, 199 161
E9310 174 53
Tool Steel A-6 199 61
A-2 179 a9
A-10 159 149
D-2 90 27
H-11,H-12 1189 58
H-13
Stainless 420 189 58
Steel 430 149 146
410,502 140 143
414 115 35
431 95 29
440C 80 24
304,324 120 36
304L 115 35
347 110 33
316,316L 1100 30
416 189 58
TELLTALE CHIPS
Chips are the best indicator of correct feed
force. Monitor chip information and adjust
feed accordingly.
Thin or powdered chips — increase feed
rate or reduce
band speed.
Burned heavy
chips — reduce
feed rate and/or
band speed.
Curly silvery and
warm chips —
optimum feed rate
and band speed.
9. ASSEMBLY
A 3/4 HP, motor, split phase or
capacitor-start it recommended for best
economical performance.
Counterclockwise rotation is required. Note
that rotation can be reversed by following
directions given on terminal or nameplate.
(1). Assemble the motor Mounting plate to
the head using the long bolt Note that the
flat side of the plate faces up.
(2). Assemble the guard plate to the head
using the screw and Lock Washer and the
Carriage Bolt Washer and Wing Nut are
used to secure the motor mounting plate to
the Guard plate through the slotted hole in
the Guard plate. These components also
serve to position and lock the motor in
place for proper speed/ belt adjustment.
(3). Place the spacer over the long Bolt
and secure it wit the nut.
(4). Secure the Motor to the Motor
Mounting plate with the four bolts and nuts.
Note, that the motor shaft is placed
through the large opening in the Guard
plate and must be parallel with the drive
Shaft.
(5). Assemble the Motor Pulley, the smaller
of the two provided, to the motor shaft
Note, the larger diameter must be closest
to the motor.
Do not tighten the set screw.
(6). Assemble the Driven Pulley, the larger
of the two provided, to the protruding drive
Shaft Note the small diameter must be
closest to the bearing.
Do not tighten the set screw.
(7).Place the belt into one of the pulley
grooves and the other end into the
respective grooves of the second pulley.
(8) Line up the belt and both pulleys such
that the belt is running parallel in the pulley
grooves.
(9) Tighten the set screws of both pulleys
in this position.
(10). Place the belt into proper pulley
combination for proper blade speed. See
material cutting Chart.
(11). Adjust the position of the Motor to
obtain approximately 1/2" depression in
the belt when applying pressure with your
thumb.
(12). Tighten the head screw Holding the
Motor Mounting plate to the Guard plate.
(13). Connect the Electrical Harness to the
motor terminal box. The motor should be
protected with a time delay fuse or circuit
breaker with a rated amperage slightly
greater than the full load amperage of the
motor.
10. OPERATION
A. WORK SET UP:
(1). Raise the saw head to vertical position.
(2). Open vise to accept the Piece to be
cut by rotating the wheel at the end the
base.
(3). Place workpiece on saw bed. If the
piece Is long, support the end.
(4). Clamp workpieced securely in vise.
B. WORK STOP ADJUSTMENT:
(1). Loosen the thumb screw holding the
work stop casting to the shaft.
(2). Adjust the work stop casting to the
desired length position.
(3). Rotate the work stop to as close to the
bottom of the cut as possible.
(4). Tighten thumbscrew.
(5). ОО NOT ALLOW the blade to rest on
the work while the motor Is shut off.
C. BLADE SPEEDS FOR GEAR BOX:
When using your Band saw always change
the blade speed to best suit the material
being cut the material Cutting Sheet givers
suggested settings for several materials.
Speed M.P.M
Material
GOHZ 50Hz
Tool Steel
Stainless steel
41 34
Alloy Steel
Cast-Iron steel
Low-alloy Carbon Steel
Soft Brass 60 50
Soft iron
puma 78 65
Plastic
MANUAL OF GEAR TYPE SPEED
CHANGING
Exactly set the handle to the 3 position
|.Disconneet the metal belt saw from the
electrical power supply.
2. Select the proper cutting speed according to
t£he material of work-pieces and blade select
chart.
3 Turn the speed-changing handle (A) directly
for the necessary speed.
4.Changing speed during cutting 1s prohibited.
5.But changing speed when machine 1s stopped
and runmng (before cutting) 1s available.
***Please make sure the oil of Gear Box Is
between 950cc - 1000cc to maintain the
machine in a proper operation.
***Let the metal belt saw run for a few
minutes before beginning the oil change.
This will heat the oil, making it flow more
easily out of the outlet hole.
D. BLADE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL:
Be sure the Made is assembled to the
pulleys such that the vertical edge
engages the work piece first.
BLADE MOVEMENT
Blade Direction
E. STARTING SAW:
E-1. Switch button function description
(FOR CE ONLY)
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о G 2
Q (Collart Selection Switch)
(Stert Button)
o( ) ~ (Sice Burton)
B
(5 (Emergency Push Button)
E-2. Electromagnetic Switch
The self-latching, lockable EMERGENCY
STOP button Is equipped with an under
voltage circuit breaker.
When the switeh is in closed position, it
may be secured with a padlock to prevent
the machine from being turned on accidentally
or by unauthonzed personnel.
ON / OFF switch
E
ON Y OFF switch
Open the cover of the switch in order to
switch on the metal belt saw.
Close the cover after switching on to
guarantee
correct operation of the EMERGENCY
S TOP function.
EMERGENCY STOP
> i \
EMERGENCY STOP button
CAUIION: NEVER OPERATE SAW
WITHOUT BLADE GUARDS IN PLACE.
Be sure the blade is not in contact with the
work when the motor is started. Start the
motor, allow the saw to come to full speed,
then begin the cut by letting the head down
slowly onto the work. DO NOT DROP OR
FORCE. Let the weight of the saw head
provide the cutting force. The saw
automatically shuts off at the end of the
cut.
F. BLADE SELECTION:
À 8-tooth per inch, general-use blade is
fumished with this metal Cutting Band Saw.
Additional blades in 4, 6, 8, and 10 tooth sizes
are avallable. The choice of blade pitch 15
governed by the thinness of the work to be cut:
the thinner the workpiece, the more teeth
advised. A minimum of three (3) teeth should
against the workpiece at all times for proper
cutting If the teeth of the Blade are so far apart
that they straddle the work, severe damage to
the workpiece and to the Made can result.
G.CHANGING BLADE:
Raise saw head to vertical position and open
the blade guards. Loosen tension screw knob
sufficiently to allow the saw blade to slip off the
wheels. Install the new blade with teeth
slanting toward the motor as follows:
(1). Place the blade in between each of the
guide bearings.
(2). Slip the blade around the motor pulley
(bottom) with the left hand and hold in
position.
(3). Hold the blade taut against the motor
pulley by pulling the blade upward with the
right hand which is placed at the top of the
Made.
(4). Remove left hand from bottom pulley and
place is at the top aide of the Made to
continue the application on the upward pull
on the blade.
(5). Remove right hand from blade and adjust
the position of the top pulley to permit left
hand to slip the blade around the pulley
using the thumb, index and little finger as
guides.
(6). Adjust the blade tension knob clockwise
until it is just right enough so no blade
slippage occurs. Do not tighten
A
В,
FRONT
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excessively.
(7). Replace the blade guards.
(8). Place 2-3 drops of oil on the blade.
H. USAGE OF THE OUICK VISE: (A)
The workpiece is placed between the
vise jaws with the amount to be cut-off
extending out past the blade. Your
machine is equipped with a "quick action"
vise jaw which allows you to instantly
position the moveable vise jaw (B). Simply
turn hand wheel (A) counterclockwise 1/2
turn and move the vise jaw (B) to the
desired position. Then tighten the vise jaw
(B) against the work-piece by turning
hand-wheel clockwise.
H. USAGE OF THE QUICK VISE: (B)
(1) The position of the vise when tightened.
(2) The position of the vise when loosened.
(Completely opened).
(3) The position of the vise when loosened.
( Half opened).
TRU-LOCK VISE SYSTEM
INSTRUCTIONS
To operate, proceed as follows:
1) Rise the arm 2" above the workpiece,
close the cylinder valve to maintain the
arm 2" above the workpiece.
2) Put your workpiece on the table.
Move the vise handle (a) upwards to an
angle of 45 degree (a-Half opened) to
loosen the vise.
Move the vise jaw bracket against the
workpiece by turning the rectangular
handle (b) . Push down on the vise
handle (a) to lock the workpiece in
position.
3) Toloosen the workpiece from the vise,
hold the workpiece and lift the vise
handle (a) to a 90 degree position
(completely opened). Remove workpiece.
CONTINUED CUTTING
When you need to cut a workpiece many
times, just raise the vise handle (a) to
loosen and adjust workpiece position.
Then push down on the same handle to
tighten.
You can also push the vise handle (a)
down first, then tightening the vise by
turning the rectangular handle (b)
clockwise. After finishing the cut, you can
loosen the workpiece by turning
rectangular handle only.
This Tru-Lock Vise System has a 3mm
tightening travel when the rectangular
handle is completely opened. There is
only a 1mm tightening travel necessary for
normal metal materials. The operator can
tighten the workpiece by pushing down the
vise handle (a) with a certain amount of
pressure depending on hardness of
workpiece.
|. QUICK VISE ADJUSTMENT FOR
ANGLE CUT:
(1). Loosen the A. B. G. H. Screw.
(2). Adjust rear vise (E) to the threaded
hole position. (B)
(3). Set the scale (J) to the desired angle.
(4). Adjust the front vise (F) to parallel the
rear vise (E)
(9). Tighten the A. B. G. H. Screw.
I-1 The position for 0° cutting. (The
original position)(See fig1.)
Table TN E
= GE с
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F OH fig. 5
I-2 The position for 90° cutting. (See fig2.)
Step: 1.Remove the screw from Ato C.
2.Remove the screw from B to D.
3.Turn E (Rear vise) to the right.
4 Turn F (Front vise) to the right.
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077 $ =
fig 2.
|-3 The position for cutting 12" workpiece.
(See fig 3.)
Step:1.Disconnect the metal belt saw from
the power supply.
2.Unscrew the bolts on the rear
clamping jaw. (E)
3.Set the clamping jaw at a greater
distance in the holes (K) provided.
4 Screw the clamping jaw back in.
watch the angle scale to the desired angle.
3), Lock the leaf screw (A)
4), Adjust cylinder volume, and start
cutting.
11. BLADE GUIDE BEARING
TR — = of ADJUSTMENT
9 Це ATTENTION: This is the most important
Ti — adjustment on your saw. It is impossible to
get satisfactory work from your saw If the
fig 3. blade guides are not properly adjusted.
The blade guide bearings on your metal.
Cutting Band Saw are adjusted and power
tested with several test cuts before leaving
the factory to insure proper setting The
need for adjustment should rarely occur
when the saw is used properly. If the
guides do get out of adjustment though, it
Is extremely important to readjust
immediately. If improper adjustment in
maintained, the blade will not cut straight,
and if the situation is not corrected it will
cause serious blade damage. Because
guide adjustment is a critical factor in the
performance of your saw, it is always best
to try a new blade to see If this will correct
poor cutting before beginning to adjust. If a
blade becomes dull on one side sooner
than the other, for example, it will begin
cutting crooked. A blade change will
correct this problem the guide adjustment
will not. If a new blade does not correct the
problem, check the blade guides for proper
j. FRONT AND REAR CUTTING
OPERATION: FOR RF-712DR ONLY
1), For front cutting: an
Push the vice base backward (far from you)
to the end, fix the 3 vice base fix screws
(A).
Choose the swivel arm angle you need
start cutting.
2), For rear cutting: —
Push the vice base backward (close to you)
to the end, fix the 3 vice base fix screws
(A). |
spacing.
ENORME SELENA ONAeOs NOTE: There should be from 000 (just
PEA touching) 001 clearance between the
К. HOW TO OPERATE THE SWIVEL 9 : Ай
CUTTING blade and guide bearings to obtain this
clearance adjust as follows:
1. The inner guide bearing is fixed and
cannot be adjusted.
2. The outer guide bearing is mounted to
an eccentric bushing and can be adjusted.
3. Loosen the nut while holding the bolt
with an Alien wrench.
1), Loosen the leaf screw (A)
2), Move the swivel bow by the hand,
4. Position the eccentric by turning the bolt
to the desired position of clearance.
2. Tighten the nut.
6. Adjust the second blade guide bearing
in the same manner.
REMARK:
1. Adjust the tension of blade until the back
of the blade (A) against the blade wheel
(front) lightly.
2.Be sure the nut (E) is tightened.
3. Turn the eccentric shaft (B)
counterclockwise, when the bearing (D)
touches the saw blade properly, tighten the
nut (E).
4 To adjust, loosen set screw (F) and
move the blade adjustable up or down until
12. BLADE TRACK ADJUSTMENT
(1). Open the blade guard.
(2). Remove the blade guide assemblies
(top and bottom)
(3). Loosen the hex head screw in the
tilting mechanism to a point where it is
loose but snug.
(4). With the machine running, adjust both
the set crew and blade tension knob
simultaneously to keep constant tension on
the blade. The set screw and blade tension
knob are always turned in opposite
directions, ie, when one is turned
clockwise the other is turned
counterclockwise.
it lightly touches the back of the blade (A).
5. Repeat 1. 2, 3, and 4 steps to adjust the
other side's blade guide bearings (G).
6. Correct the base and blade to be a
vertical position with a scale. If necessary,
loosen set screw (F).
7. Set down the blade frame, correct the
jaw vise (H) and blade to be a vertical
position with a scale then tighten the set
screws (1).
8. Loosen set screw (K), move front jaw
vise (J) to against rear jaw vise (H) tightly.
Finish correcting by tightening set
screw(K).
The blade is tracking properly when the
back side just touches the shoulder of
pulley or a slight gap appears near the
center line of the pulley. Care should be
taken not to over-tighten the saw blade
since this will give a false adjustment and
limit life of the blade.
(9). Tighten the hex head screw in tilting
mechanism. IMPORTANT: Sometimes in
trying to make this critical adjustment it is
possible to cause the basic setting to be
misaligned. Should this occur, proceed as
follows:
a. Loosen the set screw and back it out as
far as it can go and still remain in the
threaded hole.
b. Turn the hex head screw clockwise until
it stops (do not tighten).
c. Turn the set screw clockwise until it
bottoms, then continue for half a turn and
check the tracking by turning on the
machine.
d. If further adjustment is required, go back
to step 4.
(6). Turn off power to the machine.
(7). Replace the blade guide assemblies--it
may be necessary to loosen the blade
tension slightly.
(8). Adjust the vertical position of blade
guide bearing assemblies so that the back
side of the blade just touches the ball
bearing.
(9). Make a final run to check tracking. It
required, touch up adjustment (See stop 4)
(10). Replace the blade guards.
13. MAINTENANCE
CAUTION: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE
UNIT IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE
POWER SOURCE BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO SE RV ICE OR
REMOVE ANY COMPONENT.
That's easier to keep machine in good
condition or best performance by means of
maintaining it at any time than remedy it
after it is out of order.
14. LUBRICATION
Lubricate the following components using
SAE-30 oil as noted.
(1). Ball-bearing none.
(2). Driven pulley bearing 6-8 drops a
week.
(3). Vise lead screw as needed.
(4). The drive gears run in an oil bath and
will not require a lubricant change more
often than once a year, unless the
lubricant is accidentally contaminated or a
leak occurs because of improper
(1) Daily Maintenance (by operator)
(a) Fill the lubricant before starting
machine everyday.
(b) If the temperature of spindle caused
over-heating or strange noise, stop
machine immediately to cheek it for
keeping accurate performance.
(c) Keep work area clean; release vise,
cutter, work-piece from table; switch off
power source; take chip or dust away from
machine and follow instructions lubrication
or coating rust proof oil before leaving.
(2) Weekly Maintenance
(a) Clean and coat the leading screw
with oil.
(b) Check to see if sliding surface and
turning parts lack of lubricant. If the
lubricant is insufficient, fill it.
(3) Monthly Maintenance
(a) Check if the fixed portion lave been
loose.
(b) Lubricate bearing, worm, and worm
shaft to avoid the wearing.
(4) Yearly Maintenance
(a) Adjust table to horizontal position for
maintenance of accuracy.
(b) Check electric cord, plugs, switches
at least once a year to avoid loosening or
wearing.
replacement of the gear box cover. During
the first few days of operation, the worm
gear drive will run hot. Unless the
temperature exceeds 200F., there is no
cause for alarm.
The following lubricants may be used for-
the gear box:
Atlantic Refinery Co. Mogul Cyl. Oil
Cities Service Gptimus No. 6
Gulf Refinery Co Medium Gear Oll
Pure oil Co. Park Clipper
15. TROUBLE SHOOTING
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Excessive Blade
Breakage
1. Materials loosen in vise.
2. Incorrect speed or feed
3.Blade teeth spacing too large
4 Material too coarse
5. Incorrect blade tension
6.Teeth in contact with material
before saw is started
7. Blade rubs on wheel flange
8. Miss-aligned guide bearings
9. Blade too thick
10 Cracking at weld
1. Clamp work securely
2. Adjust speed or feed
3. Replace with a small teeth
spacing blade
4. Use a blade of slow speed
and small teeth spacing
5. Adjust to where blade just
does not slip on wheel
6. Place blade in contact
with work after motor is
starred
7. Adjust wheel alignment
8. Adjust guide bearings
9. Use thinner blade
10. Weld again, note the
weld skill.
Premature Blade
Dulling
1. Teeth too coarse
2. Too much speed
3. Inadequate feed pressure
4.Hard spots or scale on material
5. Work hardening of material.
6.Blade twist
7. Insufficient blade
3. Blade slide
1. Use finer teeth
2. Decrease speed
3. Decrease spring tension
on side of saw
4. Reduce speed, increase
feed pressure
D. Increase feed pressure by
reducing spring tension
6. Replace with a new blade,
and adjust blade tension
7. Tighten blade tension
adjustable knob
8. Tighten blade tension
Unusual Wear on
Side/Back of Blade
1.Blade guides worn.
2.Blade guide bearings not adjust
properly
3.Blade guide bearing bracket is
loose
1.Replace.
2.Adjust as per operators
manual
3.Tighten.
Teeth Ripping from
Blade.
1. Tooth too coarse for work
2. Too heavy pressure; too slow
speed.
3. Vibrating work-piece.
4. Gullets loading
1. Use finer tooth blade.
2. Decrease pressure,
increase speed
3. Clamp work piece securely
4. Use coarser tooth blade or
brush to remove chips.
Motor running too hot
1. Blade tension too high.
2. Drive belt tension too high.
3. Blade is too coarse for work
4. Blade is too fine for work
9. Gears aligned improperly
6. Gears need lubrication
7. Cut is binding blade
1. Reduce tension on blade.
2. Reduce tension on drive
belt.
3. Use finer blade.
4. Use coarse blade.
5. Adjust gears so that worm
is in center of gear.
6. Check oil path.
7. Decrease reed anti speed
Bad Cuts (Crooked)
—
. Feed pressure too great.
2. Guide bearings not adjusted
properly
3. Inadequate blade tension.
4. Dull blade.
D. Speed incorrect.
6. Blade guides spaced out too
much
7. Blade guide assembly loose
9. Blade truck too far away from
wheel flanges
1. Reduce pressure by
increasing spring tension on
side of saw
2. Adjust guide bearing, the
clearance cannot greater
than 0.001.
3. Increase blade tension by
adjust blade tension
4. Replace blade
5. Adjust speed
6. Adjust guides space.
7. Tighten
8. Re-track blade according
to operating instructions.
Bad Cuts (Rough)
1. Too much speed or feed
2. Blade is too coarse
3. Blade tension loose
1. Decrease speed or feed.
2. Replace with finer blade.
3. Adjust blade tension.
Blade is twisting
1. Cut is binding blade.
2. Too much blade tension.
1. Decrease reed pressure.
2. Decrease blade tension.
PARTS DIAGRAM & PARTS LISTS
Refer to the Parts section of the King Canada web site for the most updated parts diagram
and parts list.
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