Grizzly G0503 20 HP 3-Phase Horizontal Resaw Bandsaw Owner Manual

Grizzly G0503 20 HP 3-Phase Horizontal Resaw Bandsaw Owner Manual
READ THIS FIRST
Model G0503
***IMPORTANT UPDATE***
For Machines Mfd. Since 11/06
and Owner's Manual Revised 05/11
For questions or help with this product contact Tech Support at (570) 546-9663 or techsupport@grizzly.com
The following changes were made since the owner's manual was printed:
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Inventory changed.
Electrical parts changed.
Instructions for rewiring to 440V changed.
Machine specifications changed.
Electrical cabinet wiring and control panel wiring changed.
Main and hydraulic pump motor wiring changed.
Hydraulic system connections changed.
Aside from this information, all other content in the owner's manual applies and MUST be read and understood for your own safety. IMPORTANT: Keep this update with the owner's manual for future reference.
For questions or help, contact our Tech Support at (570) 546-9663 or techsupport@grizzly.com.
Revised Inventory
Inventory
Qty
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Resaw Bandsaw.......................................... 1
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Bandsaw Blade 168" x 1" x 0.035".............. 1
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Dust Hood 4"............................................... 1
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Blade Cover................................................. 1
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Open-End Wrench 21 x 23mm.................... 1
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Open-End Wrench 17 x 19mm.................... 1
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Open-End Wrench 14 x 17mm.................... 1
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Open-End Wrench 12 x 14mm.................... 1
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Open-End Wrench 11 x 13mm.................... 1
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Open-End Wrench 8 x 9mm....................... 1
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Hex Wrench Set 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10mm.... 1
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Open End Wrench 35mm............................ 1
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T-Handle Wrench........................................ 1
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Phillips Head Screwdriver........................... 1
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Flat Head Screwdriver................................. 1
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Hardware Bag
—Carriage Bolts M10-1.5 x 30.................... 6
—Flat Washers 10mm................................. 6
—Hex Nuts M10-1.5.................................... 6
—Carriage Bolts M6-1.0 x 16...................... 2
—Flat Washers 6mm.................................. 2
—Lock Nuts M6-1....................................... 2
Revised Electrical Parts
A02V2
L1 L2 L3
21NC
LC1 D50A 13NO
A03V2
A14V2
L1 L2 L3
NO
NO
A1
LR3 D365 48-65A
A2
NO NO NC NC
NC
A15V2
LR3D 12 5.5-8A
LC1D09
14NO
T1 T2 T3
22NC
A14AV2
LR3 D340 30-40A
NO NO NC NC
98
97
95
96
NO
NC
T1 T2 T3
98
97
95
LR3D08 2.5-4A
LR3 D340 30-40A
NO NO NC NC
97
95
98
97
95
96
A17V2
A15AV2
98
NO NO NC NC
96
NO
LR3D08 2.5-4A
NO NO NC NC
96
NO NO NC NC
98
97
95
98
97
95
96
96
440V CONVERSION KIT
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
A02V2
A03V2
A14V2
A14AV2
A15V2
A15AV2
A17V2
P0503A02V2
P0503A03V2
P0503A14V2
P0503A14AV2
P0503A15V2
P0503A15AV2
P0503A17V2
CONTACTOR SCHN LC1D50A 220V V2.08.14
CONTACTOR SCHN LC1D09 220V V2.08.14
OL RELAY SCHN LR3D365 48-65A V2.08.14
OL RELAY SCHN LR3D340 30-40A V2.08.14
OL RELAY SCHN LR3D12 5.5-8A V2.08.14
OL RELAY SCHN LR3D08 2.5-4A V2.08.14
440V CONVERSION KIT V2.08.14
COPYRIGHT © OCTOBER, 2017 BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE
OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
#BL19278 PRINTED IN TAIWAN
Replaces Manual Page 49
Rewiring to 440V
Converting the Model G0503 to 440V operation
consists of 1) wiring the voltage transformer, 2)
rewiring the main motor and the hydraulic pump
motor, and 3) replacing the over-load relays with
the relays included in the Model G0503 440V
Conversion Kit (item #P0503A17V2) that is sold
separately.
6.
Remove the junction box covers on the main
and hydraulic pump motors.
7.
Wire the main and hydraulic pump drive
motors as shown on the diagrams on the
inside of each motor junction box cover.
Note: Figures 69–70 are provided for reference and are current at the time that this
manual was written. However, always use
the diagram on the wire cover that comes
with your motor! The circled references on
the diagrams represent the labels on the
wires.
Electrocution or fire may occur if your conversion does not comply with local and
state codes. Have your wiring conversion
inspected by a qualified electrician before
connecting your machine to power.
To convert the Model G0503 to 440V:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.
Open the electrical box and locate the voltage transformer shown in Figure 68.
Figure 69. Main motor 440V wiring.
Voltage
Transformer
Figure 68. Inside of electrical box.
3.
Move the wire from the 220V terminal on the
voltage transformer to the 440V or 480V terminal depending on your actual voltage.
4.
Replace the main motor relay with the 440V
relay, and set the dial to “30”.
5.
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Replace the hydraulic pump motor relay with
the 440V relay, and set the dial to “3.6”.
Figure 70. Hydraulic pump motor 440V wiring.
8.
Replace all covers over wiring and motor
junction box covers you might have removed
during this procedure, and close the electrical
box door.
9.
Have a qualified electrician inspect your work
before test running the machine.
G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
Replaces Manual Pages 7 & 50
New Specifications
Electrical
Full-Load Current Rating..................................................................................56.2A at 220V, 28.1A at 440V
Minimum Circuit Size..............................................................................................80A at 220V, 40A at 440V
Voltage Conversion Kit..................................................................................................P0503A17V2 for 440V
Motors:
Main
Amps.....................................................................................................................................................50/25A
Elevation
Amps...................................................................................................................................................6.2/3.1A
G0503 Electrical Cabinet Wiring
G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
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Replaces Manual Page 50
G0503 Motor Wiring
G0503 Control Panel
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G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
Replaces Manual Page 61
Hydraulic System Parts (Since 05/16)
B54V2
B56V2
B77
B78
B57V2
B58V2
B81
B52
B51V2
B83
B53
B59V2
B84
B50V2
B64V2
B62V2
B79
B67V2
B82
B80
B49
B65V2
B75V2
B83
B85
B86
B76-1
B66V2
B69
B71
B48V2
B76
B61V2
B73
B47V2
B70
B71-1
B71
B71-2
B71-3
B71-4
G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
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Hydraulic System Parts (Since 05/16)
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
B47V2
B48V2
B49
B50V2
B51V2
B52
B53
B54V2
B56V2
B57V2
B58V2
B59V2
B61V2
B62V2
B64V2
B65V2
B66V2
B67V2
B69
B70
P0503B47V2
P0503B48V2
P0503B49
P0503B50V2
P0503B51V2
P0503B52
P0503B53
P0503B54V2
P0503B56V2
P0503B57V2
P0503B58V2
P0503B59V2
P0503B61V2
P0503B62V2
P0503B64V2
P0503B65V2
P0503B66V2
P0503B67V2
P0503B69
P0503B70
HYDRAULIC TANK V2.11.06
T-CONNECTOR 3/8 V2.11.06
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE GAUGE 2000PSI
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 102 V2.05.16
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 91, 45DEG V2.05.16
MALE ELBOW 3/8 X 3/8 90DEG
VARIABLE SPEED ADJUSTOR
HYDRAULIC VALVE 3/8" V2.08.13
CONVEYOR HYDRAULIC MOTOR VMP-125 V2.05.16
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 3/8H X 90DEG V2.05.16
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 3/8H X 90DEG V2.05.16
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 30 V2.11.06
HYDRAULIC HOSE 1/2 X 12 V2.11.06
HYDRAULIC PUMP V2.11.06
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 13 V2.11.06
MOTOR 2HP 220V/440V 3-PH V2.11.06
HOSE BRASS 1/2 X 10 V2.11.06
OIL COOLER V2.11.06
OIL LEVEL GAUGE
PLUG
B71
B71-1
B71-2
B71-3
B71-4
B73
B75V2
B76
76-1
B77
B78
B79
B80
B81
B82
B83
B84
B85
B86
P0503B71
P0503B71-1
P0503B71-2
P0503B71-3
P0503B71-4
P0503B73
P0503B75V2
P0503B76
P0503B76-1
P0503B77
P0503B78
P0503B79
P0503B80
P0503B81
P0503B82
P0503B83
P0503B84
P0503B85
P0503B86
FILLER CAP
FILLER CAP GASKET
FILLER CAP THREAD PIECE
THREAD PIECE GASKET
FILLER SCREEN
TANK SCREEN
OIL COOLER FAN V2.11.06
HYDRAULIC TANK ACCESS PLATE
ACCESS PLATE GASKET
BRACKET 3/8T X 3/8T
BRACKET 3/8T X 3/8H X 90DEG
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 1/2H X 90DEG
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 3/8H X 90DEG
CONNECTOR 3/8T X 3/8HF-A
T-CONNECTOR 3/8H X 3/8HFA
CONNECTOR 3/8T
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 91
CONNECTOR 1/2T X 3/4H
CONNECTOR 3/4HF X 1/2TF X 90 DEG
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G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
Hydraulic Hose Connections
Note: The following diagram shows how to connect the hydraulic system on machines manufactured since
May 2016. The caps are numbered 1–4, with the cap # corresponding to the indicated connection location.
Refer to the photos on the following page for additional details.
#3 Connection Cap
#4 Connection Cap
#2 Connection Cap
#1 Connection Cap
G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
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Hydraulic Hose Connection Photos
Figure 71. Location to attach hose #1.
Figure 73. Location of hose #3 and #4
connections, and hose #2 and #3 placement.
Figure 72. Location to attach hose #2.
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G0503 Update (Mfd. Since 11/06)
12" HORIZONTAL
RESAW BANDSAW
MODEL G0503
Instruction Manual
Copyright © august, 2004 By Grizzly Industrial, Inc., REVISED MAY, 2011 (TS)
Warning: No portion of this manual may be reproduced in any shape
or form without the written approval of Grizzly Industrial, inc.
(FOR MODELS MANUFACTURED SINCE 12/08) #ew6190 printed in TAIWAN
This manual provides critical safety instructions on the proper setup,
operation, maintenance, and service of this machine/tool. Save this
document, refer to it often, and use it to instruct other operators.
Failure to read, understand and follow the instructions in this manual
may result in fire or serious personal injury—including amputation,
electrocution, or death.
The owner of this machine/tool is solely responsible for its safe use.
This responsibility includes but is not limited to proper installation in
a safe environment, personnel training and usage authorization,
proper inspection and maintenance, manual availability and comprehension, application of safety devices, cutting/sanding/grinding tool
integrity, and the usage of personal protective equipment.
The manufacturer will not be held liable for injury or property damage
from negligence, improper training, machine modifications or misuse.
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and
other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
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Lead from lead-based paints.
Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products.
Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you
do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals:
Work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter
out microscopic particles.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................ 3
Foreword..................................................................................................................................... 3
Contact Info................................................................................................................................. 3
Identification................................................................................................................................ 4
Control Panel.............................................................................................................................. 6
G0503 Machine Data Sheet........................................................................................................ 7
SECTION 1: SAFETY........................................................................................................................ 8
Safety Instructions for Machinery................................................................................................ 8
Additional Safety Instructions for Resaws................................................................................. 10
Additional Safety Instructions for Hydraulics............................................................................. 11
SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS....................................................................................... 12
220V 3-Phase........................................................................................................................... 12
440V 3-Phase........................................................................................................................... 12
Phase Converter....................................................................................................................... 13
Grounding.................................................................................................................................. 13
Extension Cords........................................................................................................................ 13
SECTION 3: SET UP....................................................................................................................... 14
About this Section..................................................................................................................... 14
Unpacking................................................................................................................................. 14
Piece Inventory......................................................................................................................... 14
Hardware Recognition Chart..................................................................................................... 15
Items Needed for Set Up.......................................................................................................... 16
Clean Up................................................................................................................................... 16
Site Considerations................................................................................................................... 17
Removing Resaw from the Crate Pallet.................................................................................... 17
Mounting Resaw to the Floor.................................................................................................... 18
Mounting the Conveyor Belt...................................................................................................... 18
Attaching the Hydraulics........................................................................................................... 19
Installing the Blade Cover......................................................................................................... 20
Attaching the Handwheel Handle.............................................................................................. 20
Positioning the Control Panel.................................................................................................... 21
Mounting the Return Rollers..................................................................................................... 21
Connecting to the Dust Collector.............................................................................................. 22
Installing the Blade.................................................................................................................... 22
Connecting to Power................................................................................................................. 24
Test Run.................................................................................................................................... 25
Blade Tension........................................................................................................................... 26
SECTION 4: OPERATIONS............................................................................................................ 27
Operation Safety....................................................................................................................... 27
Stock Preparation...................................................................................................................... 27
Blade Height.............................................................................................................................. 28
Conveyor Controls.................................................................................................................... 28
Pressure Rollers........................................................................................................................ 29
Resawing................................................................................................................................... 30
Blade Information...................................................................................................................... 31
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES.......................................................................................................... 32
SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................... 35
Cleaning.................................................................................................................................... 35
Miscellaneous............................................................................................................................ 35
V-Belts....................................................................................................................................... 35
Bearings.................................................................................................................................... 35
Greasing.................................................................................................................................... 36
Hydraulic Fluid Schedule.......................................................................................................... 37
Hydraulic System Minor Service............................................................................................... 37
Hydraulic System Major Service............................................................................................... 38
Wheel Scrapers......................................................................................................................... 39
SECTION 7: SERVICE.................................................................................................................... 40
About Service............................................................................................................................ 40
Tracking..................................................................................................................................... 40
Adjusting the Blade Guides....................................................................................................... 42
Adjusting the Support Wheel.................................................................................................... 43
Blade Elevation Gauge............................................................................................................. 43
Adjusting Main Conveyor Table................................................................................................ 44
Tracking Conveyor.................................................................................................................... 46
Replacing Conveyor.................................................................................................................. 47
V-Belt Tensioning...................................................................................................................... 48
Replacing V-Belts...................................................................................................................... 48
Rewiring to 440V....................................................................................................................... 49
Maintenance Log....................................................................................................................... 51
Parts Breakdown and List......................................................................................................... 52
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 68
Service Log............................................................................................................................... 69
Warranty and Returns............................................................................................................... 70
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
INTRODUCTION
Manual Accuracy
Contact Info
We are proud to offer this manual with your new
machine! We've made every effort to be exact
with the instructions, specifications, drawings,
and photographs of the machine we used when
writing this manual. However, sometimes we still
make an occasional mistake.
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Also, owing to our policy of continuous improvement, your machine may not exactly match the
manual. If you find this to be the case, and the difference between the manual and machine leaves
you in doubt, check our website for the latest
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of machine will be reflected in these documents
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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A
D
B
E
C
Figure 1. Main view of machine features and controls.
Identification
A. Infeed Pressure Rollers—Maintain downward pressure on the board to keep it steady
during cutting.
B. Return Rollers—Allows the person receiving the newly cut board to return it to the
operator without walking around the saw.
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C. Infeed Conveyor—Moves the board through
the bandsaw blade during cutting.
D. Control Panel—Controls power to the main
motor and the hydraulic motor. For more
details, see page 6.
E. 4" Dust Port—Allows the resaw to be connected to a dust collection system.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
L
F
Q
J
G
H
K
P
I
M
N
O
Figure 2. Back and side views of machine features and controls.
Main Motor—Drives the saw wheels for
blade movement and drives the hydraulic
pump for conveyor movement.
L. Head Elevation Handwheel—Moves the
head (the part of the saw that contains the
wheels and blade) up or down as needed.
G. Hydraulic System Oil Cooler—Cools the
hydraulic fluid for the hydraulic system.
M. Electrical Control Box—Main area for wiring, rewiring, and changing the fuses. Should
never be opened when the machine is connected to the power source!
F.
H. Hydraulic Fluid Filter—Removes contaminating particles from the hydraulic fluid.
I.
Hydraulic Tank—Holds and cools the
hydraulic fluid.
J.
Hydraulic Pump—Creates hydraulic oil flow
which drives the conveyor motor.
K. Hydraulic Conveyor Motor—Utilizes the
hydraulic fluid flow from the hydraulic pump
drive motor to move the conveyor belt.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
N. Blade Elevation Gauge—Shows the blade
height.
O. Blade Tensioner—Provides a mechanical
means for properly tightening the blade.
P. 4" Dust Port—Connection point for a dust
collection system.
Q. Conveyor Belt Controls—Controls ON/
OFF and conveyor speed.
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Control Panel
E
D
F
C
A
B
Figure 3. Control panel close-up.
A. EMERGENCY STOP Button—Turns off
power to both motors in an emergency.
D. MOTOR START Button—Starts the main
motor and the saw blade.
B.PUMP STOP Button—Stops the hydraulic
pump motor.
E.PUMP START Button—Starts the hydraulic
pump motor.
C. MOTOR STOP Button—Stops the main
motor.
F.POWER ON Button—Connects power to
both motors.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
MACHINE DATA
sheet
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
Model G0503 12" Horizontal Resaw Bandsaw
Design Type..................................................................................... Horizontal Floor Model
Overall Dimensions:
Conveyor Table...............................................................................................12"W x 107"D
Height From Floor To Table..........................................................................................353 ⁄4"
Height From Floor To Back Roller................................................................................463 ⁄4"
Overall Height...............................................................................................................651⁄ 2"
Overall Width.................................................................................................................... 81"
Overall Depth................................................................................................................. 108"
Shipping Weight (Both Crates) ............................................................................. 1980 lbs.
Machine Weight .....................................................................................................1870 lbs.
Crate 1 Size ......................................................................................... 83"L x 51"W x 38"H
Crate 2 Size ........................................................................................118"L x 43"W x 25"H
Footprint ........................................................................................................ 40"W x 391⁄4"L
Capacities:
Maximum Workpiece Size .....................................................................................12" x 12"
Maximum Distance From Blade to Conveyor Table . ....................................................... 6"
Saw Wheel Diameter ....................................................................................... 28"H x 7⁄ 8"W
Saw Blade Size ................................................................... 168"L x 1"W x .035"Thickness
Saw Blade Speed ............................................................................................... 7000 FPM
Construction:
Frame ........................................................................................................................... Steel
Conveyor Table ............................................................................................................ Steel
Conveyor Belt . ......................................................................................................... Rubber
Wheels ......................................................................................................................... Steel
Wheel Cover............................................................................................ Pre-Formed Steel
Guides............................................................................................................Carbide Guide
Pressure Roller.................................................................8" Cast Iron w/Polyurethane Tire
Main Motor:
Type . ...........................................................................................................TEFC Induction
Horsepower................................................................................................................. 20 HP
Phase ⁄ Voltage ................................................. Three-Phase ⁄ 220V/440V, Prewired 220V
Amps .........................................................................................................................48/24A
Cycle ⁄ RPM..........................................................................................60 Hertz ⁄ 1725 RPM
Switch . ....................................................... 220V Magnetic w/Thermal Overload Protector
Bearings .....................................................................Shielded & Lubricated Ball Bearings
Hydraulic Motor:
Type . ...........................................................................................................TEFC Induction
Horsepower................................................................................................................... 2 HP
Phase ⁄ Voltage ................................................. Three-Phase ⁄ 220V/440V, Prewired 220V
Amps .............................................................................................................................6/3A
Cycle ⁄ RPM..........................................................................................60 Hertz ⁄ 1720 RPM
Hydraulic Pressure . .......................................................................... 775 PSI (55 KG/CM2)
Features:
.............................................................................................................. Three 4" Dust Ports
.......................................................................................................................Return Rollers
...............................................................................................Manual Saw Wheel Elevation
........................................................................... Variable Speed Hydraulic Feed Conveyor
.....................................................................................Quick Adjust Blade Tension Handle
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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SECTION 1: SAFETY
For Your Own Safety, Read Instruction
Manual Before Operating this Machine
The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This
manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended to convey the level of
importance of the safety messages. The progression of symbols is described below. Remember
that safety messages by themselves do not eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper
accident prevention measures.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WILL result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COULD result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
MAY result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about
proper operation of the machine.
Safety Instructions for Machinery
1.
READ THROUGH THE ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE STARTING MACHINERY.
Machinery presents serious injury hazards
to untrained users.
4.
ALWAYS USE HEARING PROTECTION
WHEN OPERATING MACHINERY.
Machinery noise can cause permanent
hearing damage.
2.
ALWAYS USE ANSI APPROVED
SAFETY GLASSES WHEN OPERATING
MACHINERY. Everyday eyeglasses only
have impact resistant lenses, they are
NOT safety glasses.
5.
WEAR PROPER APPAREL. DO NOT
wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings,
or jewelry which may get caught in moving
parts. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair and wear non-slip footwear.
3.
ALWAYS WEAR AN ANSI APPROVED
RESPIRATOR WHEN OPERATING
MACHINERY THAT PRODUCES DUST.
Wood dust is a carcinogen and can cause
cancer and severe respiratory illnesses.
6.
NEVER OPERATE MACHINERY WHEN
TIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF
DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. Be mentally alert
at all times when running machinery.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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Safety Instructions for Machinery
7.
Only allow trained and properly supervised personnel to
operate machinery. Make sure
operation instructions are safe and clearly
understood.
8.
KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS AWAY.
Keep all children and visitors a safe distance from the work area.
9.
MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF. Use
padlocks, master switches, and remove
start switch keys.
10. NEVER LEAVE WHEN MACHINE IS
RUNNING. Turn power off and allow all
moving parts to come to a complete stop
before leaving machine unattended.
11. DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENTS. DO NOT use machinery in damp, wet locations, or where any
flammable or noxious fumes may exist.
12. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN AND WELL
LIT. Clutter and dark shadows may cause
accidents.
16. MAKE SURE GUARDS ARE IN PLACE
AND WORK CORRECTLY BEFORE
USING MACHINERY.
17. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Make a habit of checking for
keys and adjusting wrenches before turning ON machinery.
18.CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS
BEFORE USING MACHINERY. Check
for binding and alignment of parts, broken
parts, part mounting, loose bolts, and any
other conditions that may affect machine
operation. Repair or replace damaged
parts.
19.USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Refer to the instruction manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper
accessories may cause risk of injury.
20. DO NOT FORCE MACHINERY. Work at
the speed for which the machine or accessory was designed.
21. SECURE WORKPIECE. Use clamps or
a vise to hold the workpiece when practical. A secured workpiece protects your
hands and frees both hands to operate the
machine.
13.USE A GROUNDED EXTENSION CORD
RATED FOR THE MACHINE AMPERAGE.
Undersized cords overheat and lose power.
Replace extension cords if they become
damaged. DO NOT use extension cords
for 220V machinery.
22. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM POWER
SOURCE
BEFORE
SERVICING
MACHINERY. Make sure switch is in OFF
position before reconnecting.
23. MANY MACHINES WILL EJECT THE
WORKPIECE TOWARD THE OPERATOR.
Know and avoid conditions that cause the
workpiece to be ejected.
15. MAINTAIN MACHINERY WITH CARE.
Keep blades sharp and clean for best and
safest performance. Follow instructions for
lubricating and changing accessories.
24. ALWAYS LOCK MOBILE BASES
BEFORE OPERATING MACHINERY.
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Additional Safety Instructions for Resaws
1.
2.
EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES. If at
any time you are experiencing difficulties
performing the intended operation, stop
using the machine! Contact our Service
Department at (570) 546-9663.
8.
BLADE TENSION. Make sure blade is properly tensioned before operating machine.
9.
BLADE SPEED. Blade should be running
at full speed before beginning a cut.
ENTANGLEMENT. Keep loose clothing
and long hair away from moving conveyors!
10.CONVEYOR SPEED. Always feed stock
evenly and smoothly. DO NOT change
conveyor speeds during a cut.
HAND PLACEMENT. Do not allow fingers
to be pinched between board and conveyor belt during operation. This may pull
the operator’s hand into the machine and
cause serious injury or death!
11. MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS. This
machine is not designed to cut metal or
any other material besides wood.
Roll up or button sleeves at the cuff.
3.
4.
GUARDS. Do not operate this bandsaw
without wheel guards, pulley guards, and
blade guards in place.
5.
POWER DISCONNECT. Do all inspections, adjustments, and maintenance with
the power off and the circuit breaker shut
off. Wait for all moving parts to come to a
complete stop.
6.
DULL BLADES. Do not operate with dull
or badly worn blades. Dull blades place
more demand on the motor and are less
likely to cut precisely. Inspect blades before
each use.
7.
BLADE REPLACEMENT. Make sure the
teeth face toward the front of the saw when
replacing blades.
Like all machines there is danger associated with the Model G0503. Accidents are
frequently caused by lack of familiarity or
failure to pay attention. Use this machine
with respect and caution to lessen the possibility of operator injury. If normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored, serious personal injury may occur.
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12. WORKPIECE SUPPORT. Cuts should
always be fully supported against the guide
rollers and by the pressure rollers.
13. WORKPIECE DIRECTION. Do not back
workpiece away from the blade while the
saw is running. If you need to back the
work out, stop the bandsaw and wait for the
blade to stop. DO NOT twist or put excessive stress on blade while backing work
away.
14. STOPPING THE BLADE. Do not manually
stop or slow blade after turning the saw
OFF.
15. UNATTENDED MACHINE. Allow the resaw
to come to a complete stop before leaving it
unattended.
No list of safety guidelines can be complete.
Every shop environment is different. Always
consider safety first, as it applies to your
individual working conditions. Use this and
other machinery with caution and respect.
Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury, damage to equipment, or poor
work results.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Additional Safety Instructions for Hydraulics
1.
HYDRAULIC INJECTION HAZARDS. Be
familiar with the hazards of hydraulic injection injuries.
•Leaking hydraulic fluid may have
enough pressure to penetrate skin.
Never use your hands to check for
suspected hydraulic leaks.
4.CHECKING FOR LEAKS. Use a piece of
cardboard to check for suspected hydraulic leaks. Pressurized hydraulic fluid may
cause injection injuries and can be extremely hot. Never use your hands to check for
suspected hydraulic leaks.
5.
DEPRESSURIZE FOR MAINTENANCE.
Depressurize the hydraulic system before
attempting any maintenance or service.
Stop the resaw, open the conveyor speed
valves, and make sure the pressure gauge
reads 0 PSI.
•The average injection injury may be
a small wound that has barely broken the skin. DO NOT be fooled by
this type of injury. Immediately get
to an emergency medical facility!
6.
INSPECTIONS. Regularly inspect and perform maintenance on the hydraulic system.
A well-maintained hydraulic system will
have much fewer problems and hazards
than a neglected system.
• Minimizing the time between the
injury and when the injected material is removed is critical to minimizing the seriousness of the injury.
7.CLEAN MAINTENANCE AREA. Make
sure any hydraulic system maintenance
is performed in a clean and dust-free work
area. Remove any sawdust, grime or water
from hydraulic system openings or components before maintenance. Always use
lint-free rags when wiping components.
•Hydraulic fluid that is injected into
skin is a medical emergency that may
cause infection, disability, amputation
or death.
2.
3.
EYE PROTECTION. Safety glasses may
not always protect your eyes from hot,
pressurized fluid. The best way to protect
yourself is to stay away from leaks until you
can depressurize the system.
HYDRAULIC LEAKS. Stop the machine
if you notice a hydraulic leak. Allowing the
machine to continue running with a leak
may increase the hazard of the situation
and damage the machine.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
8.COMPONENT REPLACEMENT. Only use
high pressure hydraulic hose and steel
hydraulic fittings when replacing components in the hydraulic system. DO NOT use
brass or aluminum.
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SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
220V 3-Phase
440V 3-Phase
Serious personal injury could occur if you
connect your machine to the power source
before you have completed the set up process. DO NOT connect the machine to the
power source until instructed to do so.
Serious personal injury could occur if you
connect your machine to the power source
before you have completed the setup process. DO NOT connect the machine to the
power source until instructed to do so.
Wiring
The Model G0503 is prewired for 220V 3-phase
operation.
Wiring
The Model G0503 is prewired for 220V 3-phase
operation. If 440 voltage is required, rewire the
machine per the instructions on page 49, and follow the circuit requirements on this page.
Amperage Draw
The Model G0503 has a 20 HP main motor and
a 2 HP hydraulic pump motor that will draw the
following amps at 220V 3-phase:
Main Motor.............................................48 Amps
Hydraulic Pump Motor.............................. 6 Amps
Circuit Breaker Requirements
Install the machine on a dedicated circuit to
reduce the possibility of overloading the circuit
and tripping the circuit breaker. If the circuit
breaker trips and the circuit is of the correct load
capacity, have the circuit inspected by a qualified
electrician. Never use a larger circuit breaker than
stated below, or you will increase the risk of fire.
Circuit Breaker..........................................60 Amp
Minimum Wire Requirements
For 220V 3-phase operation, use the following
type of wire:
Wire................................................ 6 GA. Copper
We recommend running THWN/THHN grade
insulated wire through rigid conduit and hardwiring into a locking power disconnect. Consult a
qualified electrician for information on local and
national electrical codes.
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Amperage Draw
The Model G0503 has a 20 HP main motor and
a 2 HP hydraulic pump motor that will draw the
following amps at 440V 3-phase:
Main Motor............................................. 24 Amps
Hydraulic Pump Motor.............................. 3 Amps
Circuit Breaker Requirements
Install the machine on a dedicated circuit to
reduce the possibility of overloading the circuit
and tripping the circuit breaker. If the circuit
breaker trips and the circuit is of the correct load
capacity, have the circuit inspected by a qualified
electrician. Never use a larger circuit breaker than
stated below, or you will increase the risk of fire.
Circuit Breaker..........................................30 Amp
Minimum Wire Requirements
For 440V 3-phase operation, use the following
type of wire:
Wire.............................................. 10 GA. Copper
We recommend running THWN/THHN grade
insulated wire through rigid conduit and hardwiring into a locking power disconnect. Consult a
licensed electrician for information on local and
national electrical codes.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Connection Type
Because of the high amperage draw from this
machine, we recommend that you hardwire it
directly to your circuit breaker and install a locking
shut-off lever (see Figure 4) near the machine
as a way to quickly disconnect the power and
prevent accidental starting. We DO NOT recommend using an extension cord with this machine.
Grounding
In the event of an electrical short, grounding
reduces the risk of electric shock by providing a
path of least resistance to disperse electric current. This machine must be equipped with an
electric cord that has an equipment grounding
conductor. This conductor must be grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
Improper connections of the electrical-grounding
conductor increases the risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or one of our
service personnel if you do not understand
the grounding instructions, or if you doubt the
machine is properly grounded.
Figure 4. A power disconnect is preferable to
high current plugs and receptacles.
Your Shop Circuit Capacity
Always check to see if the wires in your circuit
are capable of handling the amperage draw from
your machine, as well as any other machines that
could be operating on the same circuit. If you are
unsure, consult a qualified electrician.
Phase Converter
When using a phase converter, the power from
the manufactured power leg (sometimes called
the wild wire) can fluxuate. Connect the manufactured power leg to the S terminal to prevent
damage to the transformer. The wire from the S
terminal can handle some fluxuation because it
goes directly to the motor. The power going to the
R and T terminals goes to the transformer and
must be consistent to prevent damage.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Electrocution or fire could
result if this machine is
not grounded correctly
or if your electrical configuration does not comply with local and state
codes. Ensure compliance
by checking with a qualified electrician!
Extension Cords
Because of the high amperage draw from this
machine, we do not recommend the use of extension cords. Instead, position your equipment near
installed wiring to eliminate the need for extension cords.
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SECTION 3: SET UP
About this Section
Piece Inventory
The purpose of this section is to guide you
through the required steps to get your machine
out of its crate and into operating condition.
The inventory of the shipping crate includes:
•Resaw......................................................... 1
•
Bandsaw Blade 168" x 1" x 0.035".............. 1
•Handwheel Handle...................................... 1
•
Blade Cover................................................. 1
•Tool Box...................................................... 1
•Wrench Set—10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 19, 21mm....
•Hex Wrench Set—2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10mm...
•Open End Wrench—35mm......................... 1
•T-Handle Wrench........................................ 1
•Phillips Head Screwdriver........................... 1
•
Flat Head Screwdriver................................. 1
• Pry Tool....................................................... 1
•
Bolt Bag
—Carriage Bolt M10-1.5 x 30...................... 6
—Flat Washer 10MM.................................. 6
—Lock Nut M10-1.5..................................... 6
—Carriage Bolt M6-1.0 x 16........................ 4
—Flat Washer 6MM.................................... 4
—Lock Nut M6-1.0...................................... 4
This machine presents
serious injury hazards
to untrained users. Read
through this entire manual to become familiar
with the controls and
operations before starting the machine!
Wear safety glasses
during the entire set up
process!
Unpacking
In the event that any non-proprietary parts are
missing (e.g. a nut or a washer), we would be
glad to replace them, or for the sake of expediency, replacements can be obtained at your local
hardware store.
The Model G0503 left our warehouse in a carefully built crate. If you discover the machine is
damaged after you have signed for delivery,
please immediately call Customer Service at
(570) 546-9663 for advice.
Save the containers and all packing materials
for possible inspection by the carrier or its agent.
Otherwise, filing a freight claim can be difficult.
When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory the
equipment from the shipping crate.
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Figure 5. Piece inventory.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Hardware Recognition Chart
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Items Needed
for Set Up
ITEM
Clean Up
QTY
Forklift................................................................ 1
Citrus-Based Degreaser or Solvent........... Varies
Metal Protectant......................................... Varies
Hammer Drill...................................................... 1
Air Compressor.................................................. 1
Vacuum.............................................................. 1
Punch 1⁄2"............................................................ 1
Hammer drill bit 1⁄2" X 6"..................................... 1
Hammer............................................................. 1
Lag Shields 5⁄16" x 3"........................................... 6
Lag Bolts 5⁄16" x 4".............................................. 6
Flat Washers 5⁄16"............................................... 6
Assistants........................................................... 3
Dust Collector (1500 CFM min.)......................... 1
Dust Collection Hoses 4"................................... 3
Hose Clamps 4"................................................. 3
Protective Gloves........................................1 Pair
Locking Power Disconnect Lever...................... 1
Conduit....................................................... Varies
Conduit Connectors........................................... 2
Power Cord or Wires...................... See page 12
The wheels and the blade guides of the Model
G0503 are coated with a light coat of grease to
protect them from corrosion during shipment.
Remove the blade guard for complete access
to the blade guides and clean off the protective
coating with a solvent or citrus-based degreaser
such as Grizzly’s G7895 Degreaser shown on
page 32. Avoid chlorine-based solvents, such as
acetone or brake cleaners, as they may damage
painted surfaces. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using any type of cleaning
product.
After the wheels and guide block assemblies
have been cleaned, coat them liberally with a
metal protectant and reinstall the blade guard.
For metal protectants, we recommend using
G96® GUN TREATMENT or BOESHIELD® T-9
shown on page 32.
Gasoline and petroleum
products have low flash
points and could cause
an explosion or fire if
used to clean machinery.
DO NOT use gasoline or
petroleum products to
clean the machinery.
Many of the solvents
commonly used to clean
machinery can be toxic
when inhaled or ingested. Lack of ventilation
while using these solvents could cause serious personal health risks
or fire. Take precautions
from this hazard by only
using cleaning solvents
in a well ventilated area.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Site Considerations
Floor Load
The Model G0503 weighs 1870 lbs. and has a
base footprint of 40"W x 391⁄4"L. The floor where
this machine will be installed must be level and
structurally sound. Most commercial floors are
suitable for your machine. Some floors may
require additional reinforcement.
Working Clearances
Consider existing and anticipated needs, size of
material to be processed through each machine,
and space for auxiliary stands, work tables or
other machinery when establishing a location for
your saw. See Figure 6 for the minimum working
clearances of the Model G0503.
Removing Resaw
from the Crate Pallet
The Model G0503 weighs
1870 lbs. Serious personal injury may occur
if not moved safely. You
will need assistance and
power equipment when
moving the shipping crate
and removing the machine
from the pallet. If you are
unsure of how to lift this
equipment safely, consult
a qualified professional.
108"
Tools Needed
QTY
Wrench/Socket 14mm . ..................................... 1
Forklift................................................................. 1
To remove the resaw from the crate pallet:
73"
1.Remove the lag bolts from the stand feet that
secure the resaw to the crate pallet.
2.Slide the forklift forks into the forklifting points
(shown in Figure 7), lift the resaw off of the
pallet and move it to a permanent location.
Figure 6. Working clearances.
Unsupervised children and
visitors inside your shop
could cause serious personal injury to themselves.
Lock all entrances to the
shop when you are away and
DO NOT allow unsupervised
children or visitors in your
shop at any time!
Figure 7. Forklift lifting points.
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Mounting Resaw to
the Floor
Mounting the
Conveyor Belt
We recommend that you bolt your new resaw to
the floor. Because this is optional and floor materials may vary, floor mounting hardware is not
included. It may be necessary to level the floor
before installing this machine.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm . ..................................... 1
Note—The instructions below are given for a typical heavy-duty shop floor made of 6" thick concrete. Also, anchor studs may be substituted for
lag bolts, but they will stick out of the floor if you
decide to move your machine at a later point.
Tools Needed
Qty
Hammer Drill...................................................... 1
Punch 1⁄2"............................................................ 1
Hammer drill bit 1⁄2" x 6"..................................... 1
Hammer.............................................................. 1
Air Compressor.................................................. 1
Vacuum.............................................................. 1
Hardware Needed
Qty
Carriage Bolt M10-1.5 x 30................................ 6
Flat Washer 10mm............................................. 6
Lock Nut M10-1.5............................................... 6
To install the conveyor belt onto the resaw:
1.Remove the lag bolts that secure the conveyor belt assembly to the crate pallet.
2.Remove the blade guide (shown in the upper
half of Figure 8) from the wheel housing.
Hardware Needed
Qty
5
Lag Shields ⁄16" x 3"........................................... 6
Lag Bolts 5⁄16" x 4"............................................... 6
Flat Washer 5⁄16"................................................. 6
To mount the resaw machine to the floor:
1.Put on safety glasses and a dust mask
before starting!
2.Use the mounting holes in the resaw stand
feet to act as a guide for drilling into your
floor, and drill approximately 31⁄2" deep into
the concrete floor.
3.Using compressed air and a vacuum, remove
the concrete dust from the newly drilled
holes.
4.Using the hammer and punch, pound the lag
shields into the concrete below the stand feet
and flush with the surface of the concrete.
5.Secure the resaw to the floor with the lag
bolts and washers.
Figure 8. Conveyor belt placement.
The conveyor belt is very
heavy. Seek assistance
or use power equipment
to mount the conveyor
belt.
3.Lift the conveyor belt onto the resaw body as
shown in the lower half of Figure 8.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Attaching the
Hydraulics
4.Line up the holes and insert the carriage
bolts as shown in Figure 9.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 19mm ....................................... 1
Wrench/Socket 17mm ....................................... 1
The hydraulic hoses and fittings are capped for
protection during shipping and labeled with an "A"
or a "B" for ease of assembly.
To attach the hydraulic drive to the conveyor:
Figure 9. Carriage bolt placement.
5.
Look under the conveyor for the carriage
bolts shown in Figure 10. Place the flat
washers and lock nuts on the carriage bolts
and tighten.
1.Remove the bolt labeled "B" from elbow fitting in the hydraulic drive motor.
2.Remove the cap from the hose labeled "B".
3.Thread the "B" hose into the elbow fitting as
shown in Figure 11 and tighten.
"B" Bolt
"A" Bolt
"B" Hose
"A" Hose
Figure 11. Connecting the hydraulics.
Figure 10. Conveyor washer/nut placement.
6.Re-install the blade guard in the wheel housing.
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4.
Repeat Steps 1–3 for the "A" elbow fitting
and hose.
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Installing the
Blade Cover
Attaching the
Handwheel Handle
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 10mm ....................................... 1
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 19mm ....................................... 1
Hardware Needed
Qty
Carriage Bolt M6-1.0 x 16................................... 4
Flat Washer 6mm............................................... 4
Lock Nut M6-1.0................................................. 4
Hardware Needed
Qty
Handwheel Handle............................................. 1
To attach the blade cover:
1.Remove the nut and washer from the
handwheel handle.
1.Line up the holes in the blade cover with the
holes in the blade housing.
2.Drop the carriage bolts into the holes indicated in Figure 12.
To attach the handwheel handle:
2.Slide the handle shaft through the hole in the
head elevation handwheel.
3.Place the lock washer on the shaft and
thread on the nut.
4.Hold the handle stationary and tighten the
nut with the 19mm wrench.
Figure 12. The blade cover.
3.
4.
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Open the wheel cover to access the carriage
bolts.
Figure 13. Head elevation handwheel.
Place the washers and lock nuts on the carriage bolts and tighten.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Positioning the
Control Panel
Mounting the
Return Rollers
Tools Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 8mm ............................................. 1
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm ....................................... 1
To mount the control panel:
To mount the return rollers:
1.Unwrap the protective covering from the control panel and support arm.
1.Remove all four bolts shown in Figure 16.
2.Place the control panel support arm into the
mounting bracket as shown in Figure 14.
Cap Screw
Cap Screw
Mounting
Bracket
Figure 14. Control panel assembly.
3.Position the control panel for easy access,
as shown in Figure 15, and tighten the cap
screws shown in Figure 14.
Figure 15. Control panel positioning.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Figure 16. Return roller mounting bolts.
2.Get assistance and lift the rollers into the
position shown in Figure 17.
3.Thread the bolts with washers through the
return roller holes and into the resaw.
Figure 17. Return roller placement.
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Connecting to the
Dust Collector
Installing the Blade
To be effective, the dust collection system that
you connect to the resaw must be able draw a
minimum of 1500 CFM at the point where you
connect the hoses to the resaw. Note—This
number is an approximation and has been provided for estimation purposes only.
Tools Needed
Qty
Phillips Head Screwdriver ................................. 1
Hardware Needed
Qty
Dust Collection Hoses 4"................................... 3
Hose Clamps...................................................... 6
Dust Collector..................................................... 1
To connect the resaw to a dust collector:
1.Attach a 4" dust hose to all three dust ports
as shown in Figure 18, and be sure to tighten the hose clamp to ensure a snug fit.
These instructions present
a serious injury hazard if
done while the machine
is connected to power. DO
NOT connect to power until
instructed!
Blade installation can be done by one person but
is easiest if done with two people.
Hardware Needed
Qty
Resaw Blade...................................................... 1
To install the blade:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.Put on protective gloves.
3.Open the wheel covers for access to the
wheels.
4.Hold the blade from each side, and position
it in front of the wheels so the blade teeth are
facing the front of the machine, as shown in
Figure 19.
Figure 18. Dust hoses connected to dust ports.
2.Attach all three dust hoses to a dust collection system with hose clamps.
Figure 19. Positioning blade for installation.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
5.
Carefully fit the blade over each wheel,
and position it between the blade guides
as shown in Figure 20. Make sure the
teeth point toward the right-hand side of the
machine, as you are facing the front.
7.Hand tighten the handle until the set plate
comes in contact with the sleeve shown in
Figure 22.
Sleeve
Set Plate
Figure 22. Blade tensioning handle.
Figure 20. Blade positioned between guides.
6.Position the blade on the wheels so the tooth
gullet is approximately 1⁄16" over the edge of
the wheel as illustrated in Figure 21.
8.
Turn the wheels clockwise by hand.
—If the blade remains centered, does not
touch any guides, and the support bearing
is approximately 0.016" behind the back of
the blade, continue on to Connecting to the
Power Source.
—If the bottom of the blade gullets do not
remain centered on the wheels, then turn
to Tracking on page 40 for adjustment
instructions.
—If the blade rubs on the blade guides, turn
to Adjusting the Blade Guides on page 42
for adjustment instructions.
—If the support bearing turns when the blade
is rotated, go to Adjusting the Support
Wheel on page 43 for adjustment instructions.
Figure 21. Illustration of proper blade position.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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Connecting to
Power
2.
Connect the power wires to the main terminal shown in Figure 23.
Because of the high amperage draw from this
machine, we recommend that you hardwire it
directly to your circuit breaker and install a locking power disconnect lever near the machine.
See page 12 for wiring recommendations.
If you have performed all of the previous set up
instructions, you are ready to connect the resaw
to the power source.
Tools Needed
Qty
Phillips Head Screwdriver ................................. 1
Figure 23. Main terminal.
Hardware Needed
Qty
Conduit (Not Included)............................... Varies
Power Wires (Not Included)....................... Varies
3.
Close and latch the electrical panel on the
machine.
To connect the resaw to the power source:
4.
Shut off the main power at the power
source circuit breaker.
1.Read through Section 2: Circuit Requirements
on page 12 to double-check that your setup
follows the safety and circuit requirements.
5.
Connect the conduit to the shut off lever box
and the bottom of the electrical panel.
Note—When using a phase converter, the power
from the manufactured power leg (sometimes
called the wild wire) can fluxuate. Connect the
manufactured power leg to the S terminal to prevent damage to the transformer. The wire from the
S terminal can handle some fluxuation because it
goes directly to the motor. The power going to the
R and T terminals goes to the transformer and
must be consistent to prevent damage.
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6.Install the power wires to the disconnect
switch.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Test Run
4.Turn the POWER ON switch (shown in
Figure 24) clockwise.
Before starting the resaw, perform the preceding assembly and adjustment instructions, and read and understand the entire
manual. Failure to follow this warning could
result in serious personal injury or death!
5.Press the MOTOR START button and immediately press the EMG STOP button. As you
are standing in front of the machine, make
sure that the blade is moving from left to
right.
—If the blade is moving the wrong direction,
swap the incoming power supply wires at
the R and T locations on the main terminal block inside the electrical cabinet—
this will reverse the blade direction.
—If the blade is moving in the correct direction go to step 5.
To test run the resaw:
1.
Make sure the wheel cover is closed and all
tools or other objects are cleared away from
the resaw.
2.Put on safety glasses and hearing protection,
and make sure any bystanders are wearing
safety glasses and hearing protection and
are out of the way.
3.Turn the EMG STOP switch (shown in Figure
24) clockwise until it pops up.
Figure 24. Power switches.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
5.Turn the EMG STOP switch clockwise until
it pops up. Press the MOTOR START button
again.
—If any problems occur, immediately
press the EMG STOP button. Turn to
Troubleshooting on page 68 and correct
the problem before operating the machine
further.
—If you cannot easily locate the source of
an unusual noise or vibration by yourself,
please contact our service department at
(570) 546-9663.
6.Press the PUMP START button. Push the
conveyor lever forward to test the conveyor
belt. If the conveyor belt does not turn after
pushing the conveyor lever forward, rotate
the conveyor speed knob counterclockwise.
—If any problems occur, immediately
press the EMG STOP button. Turn to
Troubleshooting on page 68 and correct
the problem before operating the machine
further.
—If you cannot easily locate the source of
an unusual noise or vibration by yourself,
please contact our service department at
(570) 546-9663.
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Blade Tension
4.Hand tighten the handle until the set plate
contacts the sleeve shown in Figure 27.
Sleeve
The only way to accurately tension the blade on
this machine is with a blade tensioner such as
the Model H5408 on page 33. This method is for
rough blade tensioning only.
Set Plate
Tools Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 4mm ............................................. 1
Wrench/Socket 17mm . ..................................... 2
To adjust the tension:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from power!
2.
Remove the upper plate shown in Figure 25.
Figure 27. Blade tensioning handle.
5.Turn the bandsaw ON.
­—If the blade flutters, increase the tension
until the fluttering stops, then increase the
tension an additional quarter turn.
—If the blade does not flutter, decrease the
tension until it begins to flutter, then re-tension until it stops fluttering, then increase
the tension an additional quarter turn.
6.
Blade Guide
Upper Plate
Figure 25. Blade guide upper plate.
3.Loosen the vertical adjustment bolts shown
in Figure 26 and lower the guide block.
Turn the resaw OFF and disconnect the
resaw from the power source!
7.Replace the blade guide upper plate and
set the guides as explained in Adjusting the
Blade Guides on page 42.
If the blade does not cut properly, the tension
may be incorrect. Re-adjust the tension. A tension
that worked well on a new blade may not work
on an old blade because blades stretch with use.
Bandsaw blades will last longer and stretch less if
they are de-tensioned after each use.
NOTICE
Adjustment Bolts
Figure 26. Vertical adjustment bolts. One
adjustment bolt is not visible.
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These instruction are for rough tensioning
only. The only way to accurately tension the
blade is with a blade tensioner. Premature
blade breakage is often caused by improper
blade tensioning.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
SECTION 4: OPERATIONS
Operation Safety
Eyes, lung, and ear damage could result
from using this machine without proper
protective gear. Always wear safety glasses,
a respirator, and hearing protection when
operating this machine.
Loose hair and clothing could get caught in
machinery and cause serious personal injury. Keep
loose clothing and long
hair away from moving
machinery.
Stock Preparation
Always make sure that any stock you plan on cutting is clean and free of nails, staples, or embedded stones.
Keep in mind that precision cuts require a more
extended preparation process than rough cuts.
To prepare the workpiece for a precision cut:
1.
Surface plane the workpiece on a jointer—The concave face of the workpiece
should be planed flat on a jointer.
2.
Surface plane the workpiece on a thickness planer—The opposite face of the
workpiece should be planed flat with a thickness planer.
3.
Edge joint the workpiece on a jointer—
The concave edge (viewed from end-to-end)
of the workpiece should be edge jointed flat
on a jointer. This flat edge will glide along the
fence rollers during the resaw operation.
NOTICE
If you have never used this type of machine
or equipment before, We strongly recommend that you read books, trade magazines, or get formal training before using
this machine. Regardless of the content in
this section, Grizzly Industrial will not be
held liable for accidents caused by lack of
training or knowledge.
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Blade Height
Conveyor Controls
The blade height is the distance between the
conveyor table and the bottom of the blade.
The Model G0503 features a variable speed
infeed conveyor to move lumber through the
blade. Slow the conveyor speed to get a smooth
cut on hard wood, and speed it up for softer
woods.
NOTICE
The resaw blade may come into contact
with the conveyor belt if lowered below 1⁄4".
1.Push the PUMP START button on the control panel.
To set the blade height:
1.
To operate the infeed conveyor:
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.Push the conveyor ON/OFF lever (Figure
29) forward (toward the conveyor belt) to
start the conveyor.
2.Turn the blade elevation handwheel (shown
in Figure 28) counterclockwise to raise the
blade or clockwise to lower the blade. Use
the elevation gauge to determine the height.
Conveyor ON/OFF
Lever
Note: Six rotations of the handwheel raises the
blade approximately 1/4".
Blade Elevation
Handwheel
Conveyor
Speed Dial
Figure 29. Conveyor controls.
Blade Elevation
Gauge
Figure 28. Blade elevation handwheel.
3.
Connect the resaw to power and cut a test
piece.
4.
Measure the test piece to ensure the thickness matches the elevation gauge reading.
—If the wood thickness is different than
indicated on the elevation gauge, turn to
Blade Elevation Gauge on page 43 for
adjustment instructions.
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3.Turn the conveyor speed dial (Figure 29)
counter-clockwise to increase the speed or
clockwise to decrease the speed.
4.
Pull the engagement lever back (away from
the conveyor) to stop conveyor.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Pressure Rollers
Height Adjustment
The pressure rollers hold the workpiece against
the conveyor table for a smooth cut.
Tools Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 5mm ............................................. 1
Wrench/Socket 17mm . ..................................... 2
Wrench 35mm . ................................................. 1
Horizontal
Adjustment Bolt
To adjust the pressure rollers:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from power!
2.Loosen the jam nuts and hex bolts that
secure the extension arm of the infeed pressure roller (see Figure 30).
Extension Arm
Adjustment Bolts
Figure 31. Pressure roller adjustments.
5.Rotate the height adjustment nut to raise or
lower the infeed pressure roller.
—Adjust the pressure roller to apply pressure
to the top of the workpiece, but not touch
the table after the workpiece passes.
—When working with thick workpieces,
adjust the pressure roller so the workpiece
does not hit the extension arm before contacting the pressure rollers.
6.If the workpiece hangs up on the outfeed
pressure roller, loosen the set screws shown
in Figure 32, and slide the weight up the
shaft, then tighten the set screws.
Figure 30. Infeed pressure roller.
3.
Set Screw
Extend the pressure roller close to the blade
and tighten the jam nuts and hex bolts. Make
sure the extension arm can rotate without
hitting the pressure roller on the blade.
NOTICE
The blade can move into the infeed pressure
roller when the blade height is changed.
Prevent damage by checking the pressure
rollers each time the blade is adjusted.
Figure 32. Outfeed pressure roller.
4.Loosen the horizontal adjustment bolt indicated in Figure 31, center the pressure rollers on the workpiece, then retighten the bolt
and jam nut.
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Resawing
5.Adjust the conveyor speed with the variable
speed adjustor shown in Figure 33. If the
blade continually rotates the support bearing, reduce the speed of the conveyor.
DO NOT cut slices thinner than ⁄4" off of
the bottom of the stock. Attempting to cut
thin slices off of the bottom may cause the
blade to cut into the conveyor belt.
1
To perform a resawing operation:
1.
Make sure the blade is installed and tensioned correctly as described in Installing the
Blade on page 22.
2.Set the blade to the desired height.
—To cut off of the top of the stock; place the
stock on the conveyor and align the top of
the blade level with the top of the stock.
Remove the stock from the conveyor and
lower the blade the desired amount.
—To cut off of the bottom of the stock; rotate
the handwheel until the blade elevation
gauge reads the desired height. Note—Six
rotations of the handwheel raises the blade
approximately 1/4".
3.Turn the POWER ON switch clockwise to
supply power and press the MOTOR START
button to start the bandsaw blade.
4.Push the PUMP START button and move the
conveyor ON/OFF lever forward to start the
conveyor belt (see Figure 33).
Conveyor ON/
OFF Lever
NOTICE
Running the conveyor too fast can push the
blade into the support bearing, grooving the
bearing and causing blade breakage.
6.
Make sure the workpiece is clean and free of
nails, staples, or embedded stones, and has
two sides that are relatively flat and parallel
with each other.
7.
Begin feeding the workpiece under the front
pressure rollers with a flat edge against the
guide rollers, as shown in Figure 34.
Front Pressure
Roller Assembly
Guide Roller
Figure 34. Feeding the workpiece
through the bandsaw.
8.Receive the workpiece on the outfeed side
of the machine. Note—If a second person is
receiving the workpieces, use the return rollers to send them back to the person on the
infeed side.
NOTICE
Variable Speed
Adjustor
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Always de-tension blade after use. Bandsaw
blades will last longer and stretch less if detensioned after each use.
Figure 33. Conveyor controls.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Blade Information
The Model G0503 is a specialized machine that
requires specialized blades. Grizzly Industrial
has selected a series of blades for optimum performance on this machine. The only variables
when selecting a blade are the type of cutting
tooth and the number of teeth-per-inch (Tooth
Pitch).
Blade Tooth Type
Carbon Steel—The less expensive carbon steel
blades are adequate for most cutting applications; however, they dull quickly and for economical reasons they are usually replaced rather than
resharpened.
Carbide Tipped—The more expensive carbidetipped blades are designed for continuous use
in production shop situations. They hold an
edge longer than carbon steel and they can be
resharpened many times before needing to be
replaced.
Tooth Pitch
Tooth pitch refers to the number of teeth-perinch. The more teeth-per-inch, the smoother the
resulting cut, but the feed rate must be relatively
slow. The less teeth-per-inch, the rougher the
resulting cut, but the feed rate can be set faster.
Some trial and error may be necessary to find
the right combination of cut quality, tooth pitch
and feed rate.
Blade Length
The required blade length for the Model G0503
is 168".
Blade Width
The required blade width for the Model G0503
is 1".
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Blade Care
The resaw blade is a precision ground piece of
steel, subject to tremendous strain. Increase the
life and performance of your blade by using the
correct feed rate and tension.
A clean blade will perform much better than a
dirty blade. A dirty blade passes through the cutting material with much more resistance than a
clean blade. This extra resistance will also cause
unnecessary heat. Maintain your blades with a
cleaner like OxiSolv® and a cutting blade lubricant like Boeshield® T-9 shown on page 32.
A cool blade will last longer than a blade that is
overheated. The best way to keep the blade cool
is with a coolant dispenser like the Grizzly model
H4959 shown on page 33.
Blade Breakage
Blade breakage is unavoidable in some cases,
since it is the natural result of the peculiar stresses placed on the blade. Blade breakage may
also be due to avoidable circumstances, which
is most often the result of poor care or judgement on the part of the operator when mounting
the blade, tensioning, or adjusting the support
guides.
The most common causes of blade breakage
are:
•Incorrect blade tension.
•
Feeding the workpiece too fast.
•Dull teeth or insufficient set.
•Not releasing blade tension after use.
•
Faulty adjustment of the blade guides.
•Using a blade with an improperly finished
braze or weld.
•Running the bandsaw excessively when not
resawing.
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SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES
H3788—G96® Gun Treatment 12 oz. Spray
H3789—G96® Gun Treatment 4.5 oz. Spray
This triple action gun treatment cleans, lubricates
and protects all metal parts. Contains solvents
that completely remove all traces of rust and corrosion and leaves no gummy residue.
G2871—Boeshield ® T-9 12 oz Spray
G2870—Boeshield ® T-9 4 oz Spray
This ozone friendly protective spray penetrates
deep and really holds up against corrosive environments. Lubricates metals for months and is
safe for use on most paints, plastics, and vinyls.
Figure 35. G96® Gun Treatment spray.
Figure 37. Boeshield ® T-9 spray.
G1955—OxiSolv® Blade & Bit Cleaner
Used to clean the gummy pitch and residue
from saw blades and router bits, this high quality cleaner will make blades and bits last longer
while improving cutting action.
G7895—Citrus Degreaser
This citrus based degreaser is perfect for cleaning cosmoline off of new equipment. It also works
for cleaning auto parts, tools, concrete, and
porcelain surfaces. Natural, safe for the environment, and contains no CFC’s.
Figure 36. G1955 OxiSolv® spray.
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Figure 38. G7895 Citrus Degreaser.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Lenox® Blades
Replacement blades for the Model G0503
Horizontal Resaw Bandsaw.
MODEL
H4877
TYPE
Carbon
WIDTH
1"
GAUGE
0.035"
TPI
1.3
H4959—Coolant Dispenser
Delivers a small amount of lubricant to the cutting
surface to improve tool life and cutting efficiency.
An absolute must for large resawing operations.
Figure 41. H4959 Coolant Dispenser.
Figure 39. Lenox® bandsaw blade.
H5408—Blade Tensioning Gauge
The Blade Tensioning Gauge ensures long blade
life, reduced blade breakage, and straight cutting
by indicating correct tension. A precision dial indicator provides you with a direct readout in PSI.
The Blade Tensioning Gauge is made of lightweight, cast aluminum for optimum accuracy.
Bright color coding makes it easy to use and easy
to read. The Blade Tensioning Gauge comes in a
handy metal box with instructions on the lid.
H6895—Band-Ade for Wood, 8 oz
H6896—Band-Ade for Wood, 1 Gal
H6897—Band-Ade for Wood, 5 Gal
This cutting fluid is designed to lubricate and
retard resin and pitch buildup on the following
applications: guided gang saws, edgers, band
mills, trim saws, planers, molders, finger jointers,
re-saws and bandsaws. Excellent for use in the
Model H4959 Coolant Dispenser.
Figure 42. H6897 Band-Ade for Wood, 5 Gal.
Figure 40. H5408 Blade Tensioning Gauge.
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P0503A17—440V Conversion Kit
This kit allows the Model G0503 to run on 440V
power. 440V power offers better start capacity,
cooler motor operation, and increased motor life.
T20501—Face Shield Crown Protector 4"
T20502—Face Shield Crown Protector 7"
T20503—Face Shield Window
T20452—"Kirova" Anti-Reflective S. Glasses
T20451—"Kirova" Clear Safety Glasses
H0736—Shop Fox® Safety Glasses
H7194—Bifocal Safety Glasses 1.5
H7195—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.0
H7196—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.5
T20452
T20502
T20503
T20451
Figure 43. 440V overload relay.
H2499—Small Half-Mask Respirator
H3631—Medium Half-Mask Respirator
H3632—Large Half-Mask Respirator
H3635—Cartridge Filter Pair P100
Wood dust has been linked to nasal cancer and
severe respiratory illnesses. If you work arounddust everyday, a half-mask respirator can be a
lifesaver. Also compatible with safety glasses!
H0736
H7194
Figure 78. Eye protection assortment.
H4978—Deluxe Earmuffs - 27dB
H4979—Twin Cup Hearing Protector - 29dB
T20446—Ear Plugs 200 Pair - 31dB
Protect your hearing before its too late. Especially
important if you or employees operate for hours
at a time.
H4978
T20446
H4979
Figure 51. Half-mask respirator with disposable
cartridge filters.
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Figure 42. Hearing protection assortment.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE
Miscellaneous
Always
disconnect
power to the machine
before performing maintenance. Failure to do
this may result in serious personal injury.
Cleaning
Inside Wheel Cover
To keep the bandsaw working properly, regularly
open the wheel cover and vacuum any sawdust
from the machine that did not make it into the
dust collector.
Resaw Wheels and Scrapers
Use a dry rag to wipe sawdust from the wheel
scrapers. Remove sawdust build up on the
wheels by rotating the wheels by hand while holding the dry rag on the contact surface.
Conveyor Belt
Use compressed air to clean the built-up sawdust
from the conveyor belt. Eye injuries frequently
occur when cleaning with compressed air—wear
safety glasses to protect yourself! Also wear a
dust mask or respirator to protect your lungs from
airborne dust particles.
Painted Surfaces
These areas may be cleaned with a dry or damp
rag; however, make sure you DO NOT clean
bare metal surfaces with a damp rag or they may
rust.
Always be aware of the condition of your machine.
Routinely check the condition of the following
items and repair or replace as necessary:
•
•
•
•
Loose mounting bolts
Worn switch
Worn or damaged blade
Worn or damaged support bearings
V-Belts
To ensure optimum power transmission from the
motor to the blade and to the hydraulic pump,
the V-belts must be in good condition (free from
cracks, fraying and wear) and operate under
proper tension. Check the V-belts at least every
three months; more often if the bandsaw is used
daily.
See Adjusting V-Belt Tension on page 48 for
instructions on properly tensioning the belts or for
replacing the belts, if needed.
Bearings
Except for the bearings that are fitted with grease
fittings, the bearings are sealed and pre-lubricated and require no lubrication during their
usable life. All bearings are standard sizes, and
replacements can be purchased from our parts
department or a bearing supply store.
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Greasing
3
Tools Needed
Qty
Grease Gun........................................................ 1
4
Hardware Needed
Qty
High Temp Bearing Grease....................... Varies
Multi-Purpose Grease................................ Varies
1
2
Wipe grease fittings clean and lubricate with two
pumps of high-temp bearing grease. To lubricate
a greased surface; wipe the surface clean and
apply a thin coating of multi-purpose grease.
The photos in Figure 47 label the grease fittings and greased surfaces by number for easy
identification. Match the numbers in Figure 47
to the chart below for proper greasing intervals.
Note—This page was designed to be copied and
used as a check-off chart to help maintain a regular lubrication schedule.
10
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 47. Lubrication points.
G0503 GREASE SCHEDULE/CHECK-OFF CHART
(see fig. 47 for
fitting locations)
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Main Wheels
1,2
Blade Tension Slide
3,
conveyor
4,5,6
Elevation Shaft
7,8
Elevation Gear
9
Tension Handle
10
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Hydraulic Fluid
Schedule
Hydraulic System
Minor Service
In order for the hydraulic system to operate the
conveyor properly and at the correct temperature, the hydraulic fluid level in the tank should
be 2⁄3 full between the fill lines on the fluid sight
window, which is located on the front of the tank
(see Figure 48).
The hydraulic system minor service consists of
changing the filter, cleaning the breather cap and
filler screen, and inspecting the hydraulic fluid for
signs of thermal breakdown, dust contamination,
and water contamination.
Check the hydraulic fluid level daily.
Perform a “Minor Service” every 960 hours,
or when the filter pressure gauge (see Figure
48) nears the red.
To add hydraulic fluid, wipe the dust and dirt from
the breather cap shown in Figure 48 and remove
the cap. Fill the tank to the full line with an ISO
VG 46 hydraulic fluid. If this machine is used in
extreme cold conditions use ISO VG 32 hydraulic
fluid; use ISO VG 68 hydraulic fluid for extreme
hot environments.
Filter Pressure
Gauge
Breather
Cap
Fluid Sight
Window
Figure 48. Hydraulic reservoir components.
Inspect and clean the breather cap and filler
screen every 40 hours of regular use.
Visually inspect both the breather cap and the
plastic screen that sits in the tank opening. If
there is visual contamination, clean both items
with solvent and compressed air. Allow them to
completely dry before installing back in the tank.
DO NOT pour hydraulic fluid from the center of
the screen back into the tank.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
The hydraulic system on this machine creates very high pressure and the hydraulic
fluid gets hot. Always stop the resaw, make
sure the pressure gauge reads 0 PSI, and
make sure the fluid cools down before servicing the hydraulic system.
To inspect the hydraulic fluid:
1.Look at the color of the hydraulic fluid in the
sight window.
­—If the fluid is milky in appearance, then the
hydraulic fluid is contaminated with water.
—If the fluid is dark brown or opaque, then
the hydraulic fluid is severely contaminated
or thermal breakdown has occurred.
2.Smell the hydraulic fluid (remove breather
cap).
—If the fluid smells rancid or burnt, then the
hydraulic fluid has overheated and thermal breakdown has most likely occurred.
Correct the component that is causing
thermal breakdown (See Troubleshooting
on page 68).
3.Determine what service is needed.
—If the fluid is transparent and does not smell
burnt or rancid, perform a minor service.
—If the fluid is opaque, smells rancid or burnt,
fix the source of contamination or the component causing thermal breakdown, then
perform a major service.
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Hydraulic System
Major Service
To change the filter:
1.
Read and understand the hydraulic safety
instructions on page 11 before continuing!
2.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
A major service consists of performing a “Minor
Service,” plus draining the fluid, cleaning the tank
and screen, and filling the tank with new fluid.
3.Thoroughly clean the area around the filter to
prevent contamination of the hydraulic fluid.
4.Remove the filter shown in Figure 49.
Replacement filter kits can be ordered
from Grizzly Industrial using part number
P0503B74.
Hydraulic
Fluid Filter
Filter Pressure
Gauge
The hydraulic fluid is hot and under high
pressure when the hydraulic pump motor is
running. Always stop the resaw, make sure
the pressure gauge reads 0 PSI, and make
sure the fluid is cool before servicing.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm........................................ 1
Wrench/Socket 10mm........................................ 1
Drain Pan 20 Gal................................................ 1
Supplies Needed
Qty
ISO VG 46 Hydraulic Fluid.........................14 Gal
Solvent....................................................... Varies
To drain the hydraulic fluid:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.
With your drain pan in place, remove the
drain plug shown in Figure 50 and allow the
tank to completely drain.
Figure 49. Hydraulic fluid filter.
5.Dry the filter base to remove any excess
hydraulic fluid.
6.Rub clean grease on the filter gasket and
screw the new filter into the filter base.
7.Tighten the filter by hand until the gasket
contacts the base—then tighten another full
turn.
8.Plug in the resaw and start the conveyor
belt.
Drain Plug
9.Inspect the hydraulic system for leaks.
Figure 50. Hydraulic tank drain plug.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Wheel Scrapers
To clean the tank screen:
1.Thoroughly clean the area around the tank
access plate to prevent contamination of the
hydraulic fluid.
2.Remove the access plate bolts shown in
Figure 51.
The wheel scrapers ride directly on the wheels
removing dust and shavings. The constant motion
of the wheels cause the scrapers to wear down.
Eventually they will need to be replaced.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 13mm........................................ 1
To replace the scrapers:
Figure 51. Tank access plate.
3.
Carefully lift the access plate, pivoting around
the hinge fitting in the tubing.
4.Inspect the access plate gasket for leakage.
Replace with part P0503B76-1 if worn.
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.
Inspect the scraper to determine if it needs
replaced. If the scraper is nearly parallel with
the wheel, it should be replaced.
3.
Remove the nut and lock washer.
4.
Unthread the weight from the pivoting plate
and remove the scraper.
5.
Replace the scraper with part P0503522.
6.
Replace the weight, lock washer, and nut.
7.
Position the scrapers so the tip is against the
rotation of the wheel as shown in Figure 52.
5.Remove the tank screen from inside the
tank, clean it with solvent and compressed
air, and allow it to dry.
6.Use a lint free rag to wipe up and remove any
sludge from the bottom of the tank.
7.Use clean hydraulic fluid on a clean rag to
wipe up additional contaminants from the
bottom and sides of the tank.
8.Re-install the tank screen, replace the access
plate and gasket on top of the tank, and
install the drain plug.
9.
Fill the tank with ISO VG 46 hydraulic fluid
until the sight window is 2⁄3 full between the hi
and low marks on the sight window. Note—
This will take approximately 14 gallons.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Wheel Scraper
Wheel Scraper
Figure 52. Wheel scrapers.
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SECTION 7: SERVICE
Power
Source
Conduit
Ground
Tracking
Locking
Disconnect Switch
Machine
Always
disconnect
power to the machine
Conduit
before
performing serGround
vice adjustments. Failure
to do this may result in
serious personal injury.
About Service
This section is designed to help the operator with
adjustments that were made at the factory and
that might also need to be made during the life
of the machine.
This section is provided for your convenience—
it is not a substitute for the Grizzly Service
Department. If any adjustments arise that are not
described in this manual, then feel free to call the
Grizzly Service Department at (570) 546-9663.
Similarly, if you are unsure of how to perform
any procedure in this section, the Grizzly Service
Department will be happy to guide you through
the procedures or help in any other way.
Blade tracking consists of aligning the wheels to
keep the blade centered when the wheel is rotated under full tension. When replacing blades fine
tuning may be necessary, but this entire process
should not have to be repeated unless the wheels
are removed.
Tools Needed
Qty
Straightedge....................................................... 1
T-Handle Wrench............................................... 1
Wrench 19mm.................................................... 1
Hex Wrench 4mm............................................... 1
To track the blade:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.
Move the blade guides out of the way.
3.Turn the wheels by hand. If the bottom of the
blade gullets do not remain approximately
1
⁄16 " away from the front edge of the wheels,
then adjust the tracking.
4.Place two flat bars under the conveyer belt
and place a square against the fixed wheel
as shown in Figure 53. Make note of the
angle between the wheel and the square.
Figure 53. Vertical wheel adjustment.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
5.
Move the bars to the other side of the conveyor belt and check the adjustable wheel.
­—If the wheels have the same angle compared to the conveyor table, go to step 8.
—If the wheels have different angles, proceed to step 6.
6.Loosen the lock bolts and the jam nuts on
the vertical adjusting bolts at the top of the
adjusting plate shown in Figure 54.
Vertical
Adjustment Bolts
Figure 55. Correct alignment.
9.Loosen the jam nuts on the tracking adjusting bolts and loosen the lock bolts. (See
Figure 56)
Vertical
Adjustment Bolts
Figure 54. Straightedge placement.
7.
Tracking
Adjustment Bolts
Tilting Forward—To move the top of the
wheel forward, loosen the lock bolt and tighten the neighboring adjustment bolt. Always
loosen the jam nuts before moving the
adjustment bolts, and always tighten the jam
nuts after moving the adjustment bolts.
Tilting Backward—To move the top of the
wheel backward, loosen the adjustment bolt,
then tighten the neighboring lock bolt.
8.Place the straightedge across the wheels, as
shown in Figure 54, and examine how the
wheels line up with each other.
­—If the straightedge lies flat across the surface of both wheels as shown in Figure
55, skip to step 11.
—If the wheels are not aligned, determine
which direction they need to move in order
to be correct, then proceed to step 9.
Figure 56. Tracking adjustment bolts.
10.Adjust the wheels until the wheel position is
correct when checked with the straightedge.
11.Spin the wheels by hand to check tracking.
12. Fine tune the adjustment bolts until the blade
tracks correctly.
13.Adjust the guide bearings, close the wheel
cover, and connect the machine to the power
source to prepare the saw for a test run.
14.Test run the resaw and repeat this entire
section if the blade does not track correctly.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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Adjusting the
Blade Guides
Vertical
Adjustment
Bolts
Each blade guide assembly consists of a guide
block and a support wheel.
Tilt
Adjustment
Bolt
Each metal guide block has a guide slot that stabilizes the up/down movement of the blade and
a support wheel to control backward movement.
The guide block alignment should be checked
each time a blade is installed.
These instructions present
a serious injury hazard if
done while the machine
is connected to power. DO
NOT connect to power until
instructed!
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm ...................................... 2
T-Handle Wrench 19mm . ................................. 1
Wrench/Socket 19mm ...................................... 1
To align the guide blocks:
1.Rotate the wheels by hand and watch how
the blade feeds through the blade guides.
­—If the blade feeds through the blade guide
without touching the guide block or rotating the support wheel, no adjustment is
necessary.
—If the blade rotates the support wheel but
does not touch the guide blocks, go to
Adjusting the Support Wheel on page 43.
—If the blade rubs against the guide blocks,
continue to the next step.
2.Loosen the vertical adjustment bolts shown
in Figure 57 if the blade is not centered vertically in the guide slot.
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Rotation
Adjustment
Bolts
Figure 57. Guide block adjusting bolts.
(fourth vertical adjustment bolt hidden behind
the wheel in this picture).
3.Shift the blade guide adjusting bracket until
the blade is centered in the guide slot.
4.
Tighten the vertical adjustment bolts and
repeat step 1.
5.Loosen the lower two vertical adjustment
bolts if the blade guide is tilted so the blade
touches the front or back.
6.Loosen the lock nut on the tilt adjustment
bolt indicated in Figure 57, and adjust the tilt
adjustment bolt until the guide block is level.
7.
Tighten the lock nut and the vertical adjustment bolts, and repeat step 1.
8.
Loosen the rotation adjustment bolts shown
in Figure 57 if the blade touches the guide
on the right or left sides.
9.
Rotate the guide block until it is level and
tighten the rotation adjustment bolts.
10. Test the alignment as described in step 1.
Continue to make adjustments until the guide
block no longer touches the blade.
11. Repeat the previous steps for the other guide
block.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Adjusting the
Support Wheel
Blade Elevation
Gauge
The support wheel is positioned behind the blade
to brace it from pushing backwards during a cut.
Check the support wheel spacing each time a
new blade is installed.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm........................................ 1
Calipers.............................................................. 1
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench/Socket 17mm ...................................... 1
To adjust the support wheel:
1.Loosen the lock bolt shown in Figure 58.
To adjust the blade elevation gauge:
1.Adjust the blade height until the blade elevation gauge reads 1⁄2".
2.Run a test piece through the resaw and
measure the thickness of the test piece with
calipers.
3.
Disconnect the resaw from power!
4.Loosen the bolt holding the blade elevation
pointer and adjust the pointer until it is set at
the same thickness as the test piece.
Lock Bolt
Blade Elevation
Pointer
Adjustment Shaft
Figure 58. Support wheel components.
2.Rotate the adjustment shaft until the support
wheel is approximately 0.016" behind the
back of the blade. Check with a feeler gauge
or four thicknesses of a dollar bill.
3.Tighten the lock bolt.
4.Spin the wheels clockwise by hand. If the
support wheels turn, increase the spacing
between the blade and the bearing (the
bearings should only turn when cutting).
Figure 25. Blade guide upper plate.
5.Tighten the blade elevation pointer bolt and
run another test piece through the resaw to
confirm the elevation pointer setting.
Note—To prevent the blade from wearing a
groove into the support wheel adjust the height
periodically. Move the adjustment shaft up or
down until the blade contacts the support wheel
in a new place.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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Adjusting Main
Conveyor Table
The conveyor table can be adjusted left-to-right
and front-to-back to make the table parallel to
the blade in both directions. This is an involved
procedure that requires you to cut up a piece of
test stock and make many repeat adjustments.
Because of the complexity of this procedure, we
will first give instructions on checking the table,
so that you can be sure you need to perform the
adjustment.
Before attempting these procedures, you need to
have a perfectly squared piece of stock that is as
wide as possible and is at least two feet long. The
wider the stock, the more accurate your procedure will be (we recommend using the maximum
width that the resaw will allow). Also, you need to
make sure that your blade is in good condition,
tracked, and tensioned properly, and the blade
guides are properly adjusted.
Figure 59. Test board with measurements.
3.Study the written test measurements.
—If the measurements are more than 0.030"
different from one side to the other, adjust
the conveyor table.
To adjust the conveyor table left to right:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
Tools Needed
Qty
Caliper................................................................ 1
Pencil................................................................. 1
Flat Piece of Wood or Metal.............................. 2
Framing Square................................................. 1
Wrench 17mm.................................................... 1
Hex Wrench 6mm.............................................. 1
Pry Tool.............................................................. 1
2.Use your test board to determine which
direction the conveyor table needs to be
moved. For example, if the right side of the
board was thicker than the left side—you
will need to move either the right side of the
conveyor up or move the left side of the conveyor down.
To check the main conveyor table alignment:
3.Loosen all six of the conveyor mounting bolts
(see Figure 60).
1.
Cut a 1⁄4" slice off of your squared-up test
stock.
2.Use a caliper to measure the thickness
of the cut piece in even locations along
the edges of the stock. As you take these
measurements, write them directly on the
stock, near the location where you took the
measurement (see Figure 59). Note—DO
NOT measure the first and last six inches of
the board, because the board will only have
been under one pressure roller during that
part of the cut.
Conveyor
Mounting Bolts
Conveyor
Adjustment
Bolts
Figure 60. Conveyor table mounting
and adjustment bolts.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
4.To raise the left side, loosen the lock nuts
on the conveyor adjustment bolts on the left
side and tighten the adjustment bolts. Do
the same procedure to the right side bolts to
raise the right side.
5.Tighten the lock nuts on the adjustment bolts
and tighten the conveyor mounting bolts.
6.
To adjust the conveyor table front to back:
1.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.Place two flat bars of wood or metal under
the conveyer belt as shown in Figure 62.
Connect the resaw to the power, and repeat
steps 1 and 2.
—If the measurements are close to correct,
but need fine tuning, continue to step 6.
—If large adjustments are necessary, repeat
steps 3 and 4.
7.Loosen the cap screw shown in Figure 61.
Adjusting Nut
Cap Screw
Figure 61. Conveyor fine adjustment.
8.The adjusting nut shown in Figure 61 raises,
or lowers, the non-drive side of the bandsaw
blade (the side opposite the motor). Insert the
pry tool into the adjusting nut.
—Rotate the adjusting nut to the right to raise
the bandsaw blade.
—Rotate the adjusting nut to the left to lower
the bandsaw blade.
9.Retighten the cap screws, connect the resaw
to the power, and repeat steps 1 and 2.
—If the measurements are close to correct,
but need fine tuning, continue to step 6.
—If large adjustments are necessary, repeat
steps 3 and 4.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Figure 62. Checking table alignment.
3.Place a square against the surface of the
wheel and slide it up against the bars on the
conveyor table.
—If the square touches both bars, no adjustment is necessary.
—If the square touches the front bar, but
not the back bar, the front of the conveyor
needs to be raised. Go to step 4.
—If the square touches the back bar, but
not the front bar, the back of the conveyor
needs to be raised. Go to step 4.
4.Loosen all six of the conveyor mounting
bolts.
5.To adjust the tilt, loosen the lock nuts on the
conveyor adjustment bolts on the end that
needs to be raised and tighten the adjustment bolts until the square touches both
bars.
6.Tighten the lock nuts on the adjustment bolts
and tighten the conveyor mounting bolts.
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Tracking Conveyor
The conveyor is tracking correctly when it remains
centered between the roller brackets on each
side of the conveyor. Adjusting the tracking is
only necessary if the conveyor belt starts rubbing
against the roller brackets.
Tools Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 8mm.............................................. 1
Wrench 17mm.................................................... 1
To set the conveyor tracking:
1.Loosen the two roller bracket cap screws
on the both sides of the conveyor (shown in
Figure 63) about 3⁄4 of a turn.
Roller Bracket
Roller Bracket Cap Screws
5.On the side that the belt tracks away from,
turn the front adjustment nut clockwise half
of a turn, and watch the belt tracking.
—If the tracking was not corrected by this
adjustment, repeat step 4.
6.When the conveyor belt is tracking in the
center of the roller brackets, run the conveyor for at least two minutes to ensure that
it will remain tracking correctly.
—If the tracking was not corrected by this
adjustment, repeat step 4.
—If the belt is tracking in the center of the
infeed roller, but not centered on the
outfeed roller, go to step 7.
—If the belt is tracking in the center of both
rollers, go to step 9.
7.Adjust the outfeed end of the conveyor by
loosening the bolts on the outfeed bearing housing (similar to the bearing housing
shown in Figure 63) and sliding it forward or
backwards.
8.Retighten the bearing housing bolts and run
the conveyor to check the tracking.
—If the tracking was not corrected by this
adjustment, repeat step 7.
Front Adjustment Nut
Rear Adjustment Nut
Bearing Housing
Figure 63. Tracking adjustment components.
9.Tighten the rear adjustment nuts against the
bracket plates, then tighten the front adjustment nuts against the bracket plates to make
sure that the tracking adjustment will not
slowly change during normal operation.
2.Loosen the rear adjustment nuts on both
sides of the conveyor.
3.Start the conveyor belt.
4.Adjust the roller bracket that the belt is hitting
by turning the front adjustment nut counterclockwise half of a turn, and watch the belt
tracking. Note—The effect of the adjustment
can sometimes take two minutes before the
results are fully apparent.
—If the tracking was not corrected by this
adjustment, proceed to step 5. If the
tracking was corrected, skip to step 6.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Replacing Conveyor
6.Slide the roller brackets toward the body of
the resaw to loosen the belt.
To replace the conveyor belts:
7.Remove the stiff cable from the center of the
seam to separate the conveyor belt.
1.Start the conveyor belt and stop it when
the conveyor belt seam (see Figure 64) is
accessible.
8.Remove the old conveyor belt from the conveyor table, and install the new conveyor belt
in its place.
9.
Mesh the seam “teeth” together on the new
belt, and insert the stiff cable into the center
of the seam to lock it together.
10.Slide the roller brackets away from the body
of the resaw to tighten the belt.
11.Thread the front adjustment bolts the same
number of turns as in step 5.
Figure 64. Conveyor belt seam.
2.
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
3.Loosen the roller bracket by turning the roller
bracket cap screws 3⁄4 of a turn (Figure 63).
Note—The new belt may be tighter than the
old one because it has not been broken-in. If
this is the case, deduct one or two turns from
your original number of turns.
12.Run the conveyor belt to check the tracking.
If the belt starts tracking to one side, stop the
resaw and perform the “Tracking Conveyor”
instructions that are located on page 46.
4.Loosen the rear adjustment nuts away from
the bracket plate.
5.
Mark the front adjustment nut with a felttipped pen or a piece of tape, and thread
the front adjustment nut all the way up, while
keeping track of the number of full turns that
you moved the nut.
Note—Write the number of turns down, so
you do not forget. Remembering this number
is an important part of the re-assembly process.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-47-
V-Belt Tensioning
Replacing V-Belts
Adjusting the V-belts is not an exact science.
Adjusting the belts too loose will decrease the
performance of the machine, but adjusting the
belts too tight may cause premature wear of the
components attached to the belts.
Replace all three V-belts at the same time to
ensure uniform belt tension.
To adjust the V-belt tension:
1.
1.
Disconnect the resaw from power!
2.
Press the center of each V-belt firmly. The
belts should deflect between a 1⁄4" and a 1⁄2"
(see Figure 65).
To replace the belts that connect the motor to
the wheel pulley:
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.Adjust the motor mount nuts in all the way to
loosen the V-belts.
3.Place supports under the wheel and remove
the cap screws shown in Figure 67.
ON
ON
Off
Off
Figure 65. Checking V-belt tension.
3.Tension the V-belt by adjusting the motor
mount nuts (see Figure 66) in or out.
Figure 67. Drive wheel cap screws.
Each wheel weighs 175
lbs. Seek assistance or
use power equipment to
remove wheels.
Motor Mount
Nuts
4.Remove the drive wheel to access the wheel
pulley.
5.Remove and replace all three V-belts that
connect the motor to the wheel pulley.
Figure 66. Motor mount nuts for tensioning.
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6.Tension the new V-belts and replace the
drive wheel.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Rewiring to 440V
6.Remove the wiring covers on the main and
hydraulic pump motors.
Converting the Model G0503 to 440V operation
consists of 1) wiring the voltage transformer, 2)
rewiring the main motor and the hydraulic pump
motor, and 3) replacing the over-load relays with
the relays included in the Model G0503 440V
Conversion Kit (item #P0503909) that is sold
separately.
7.Wire the main and hydraulic pump drive
motors as shown on the diagrams on the
inside of each motor wire cover. Note—
Figures 69 & 70 are provided for reference
and are current at the time that this manual
was written. However, always use the diagram on the wire cover that comes with your
motor! The circled references on the diagrams represent the labels on the wires.
Electrocution or fire may occur if your conversion does not comply with local and
state codes. Have your wiring conversion
inspected by a qualified electrician before
connecting your machine to power.
To convert the Model G0503 to 440V:
1.
L1
Disconnect the resaw from the power
source!
2.Open the electrical box and locate the voltage transformer shown in Figure 68.
L2
L3
220V POWER
Figure 69. Main motor 440V wiring.
Siemens Motor
Only
Voltage Transformer
U1, U2 Orange
V1, V2 Black
L1
L2
L3
W1, W2 Red
440V POWER
Figure 68. Inside of electrical box.
3.
Figure 70. Elevation motor 440V wiring.
Move the wire from the 220V terminal on the
voltage transformer to the 440V or 480V terminal depending on your voltage.
8.Replace any wire duct covers and motor caps
you might have removed during this procedure, and close the electrical box door.
4.Replace the main motor relay with the 440V
relay and set the dial to “30.”
9.Have a qualified electrician inspect your work
before test running the machine.
5.Replace the hydraulic pump motor relay with
the 440V relay and set the dial to “3.6.”
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
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G0503 WIRING
T
T
S
S
R
POWER SOURCE
S
A1
A2
6
5
T
R
L1 L2 L3
I-ON
5
O-OFF
13NO
LC1 D40
7
T1 T2 T3
R
S
9
0V 220V 440V
TRANSFORMER
220V 210V 0V
LC1D096
14NO
8
4
75 AMP
T1
L1 L2 L3 NO
NO NC A1
21NC
8
NO NC A2
T1 T2 T3 NO
22NC
0
T
FOR 220V
6
9
95
20HP
MAIN MOTOR
GROUND
98
97
U1
V1 W1
95
96
T1
5A FUSE
T
0
5A FUSE
0
96
BLACK
RED
WHITE
97
0
NO NO NC NC
0
NO NO NC NC
98
1
LR3D 126 5.5-8A
LR3 D33 48-65A
0
R
R
2HP
PUMP MOTOR
1
4
7
5
8
G0503 CONTROL PANEL
0
4
14
13
5
7
14
13
8
MOTOR/START
PUMP/START
0
X2 X1
5
2
X2 X1
8
POWER ON
0
1
4
3
7
3
22
21
22
21
MOTOR/STOP
3
EMG STOP
PUMP/STOP
2
-50-
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Maintenance Log
Date
Approximate Hours Of Use
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Maintenance Performed
-51-
126
125
127
121
128
127
120
129
109
118
124
103
123
120
122
128
122
131
132
103
121
120
130
138
103
126
139
138
128
103
139
118
120
129
140
122
109 141
133
127
119
134
128
116
132
136
114
112
137
110
109
136
117
113
107
135
118
109
108
115
111
110
107
109
101
106
108
102
103
104
104
-52-
105
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
202
228
235
230
202
228
213
214 229
231
232
234
226
227
228
233
202
212
213
214
220
228
225
219
215
221
222
218
214
224
212
213
214
223
217
216
210
202
211
209
207
208
248
203
206
205
204
202
201
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-53-
302
316
317
303
309
326
309
308
318
327
319
310
320
308
321
329
328
302
303
312
309
311
308
310
304
330
303
322
307
302
306
303
310
304
309
305
303
308
323
302
303
303
303
310
302
302
304
324
325
303
303
302
302
301
302
303
-54-
304
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
401
401
402
402
403
403
405
405
404
404
406
406
407
407
408
408
409
409
409
411
409
411
413
421
412
414
422
411
413
415
414
416
411
415
415
417
416
423
417
410
424
415
416
415
416
425
418
425
419 420
426
419
420
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-55-
503
505
501
502
504
506
507
508
509
514
510
507
516
507 524
508
516
511
512
513
525
515
523
512
516
526
511
510
527
518
528
519
520
522
521
529
527
516
530
531
507
523
524
534
539
522
535
536
532
517
510
526
511
527
512
528
537
533
533
512
511
510
518
519
516
538
517
520
-56-
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Motor Components
601A-3
601A-1
601A
601A-2
604
603
602
604
605
603
606
607
608
609
610
617
618
612
607
619
607
611
616
613
615
607
609
607
614
606
606
612
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-57-
-58-
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
826
829
815
832
807
824
801
825
826
802
826
827
829
831
815
806
816
835
804
834
826
827
815
828
816
807
818
806
819
816
815
806
820
815
823
811
833
837
813
836
814
813
817
812
806
807
808
821
809
805
802
810
801
811
812
803
804
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-59-
903
901
908
905
904
904
905
905
906
910
907
904
-60-
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
B54
B53
B56
B55
B52
B57
B51
B58
B59
B50
B66
B64
B62
B65
B67
B63
B64
B49
B68-1
B60
B61
B68
FLT
B69
B48
B72
B73
B47
B70
B71
B68-3
B68-2
B71-1
B71-2
B68-4
B71-3
B71-4
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
-61-
A02
A01
I-ON
A03
L1 L2 L3
A04
21NC
O-OFF
LC1 D50 13NO
L1 L2 L3
NO
NO
A1
NC
LC1D096
14NO
75 AMP
T1 T2 T3
NO
22NC
NC
T1 T2 T3
A2
NO
A01-1
A06
LR3D 126 5.5-8A
LR3 D33 48-65A
NO NO NC NC
98
NO NO NC NC
98
97
95
97
95
96
96
A16
A07
A15
A14
�
-62-
�
�
0
1
4
5
7
8
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
14
A10
A09
A08
13
14
13
MOTOR/START
PUMP/START
X2 X1
POWER ON
X2 X1
7
22
21
22
MOTOR/STOP
A11
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
21
PUMP/STOP
A12
EMG STOP
A13
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REF
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
-64-
PART #
P0503101
PSB11M
PLW04M
PSS16M
P0503105
P0503106
P1066079
PSB36M
PLW05M
PW06M
P0503111
P0503112
P0503113
PW06M
PN02M
P0503116
PB01M
PLW06M
P0503119
PSB64M
P0503121
PSB31M
P0503123
P0503124
P0503125
P0503126
P0503127
P0503128
PSB92M
P0503130
P0503131
P0503132
P0503133
P0503134
PK33M
P0503136
P0503137
PB09M
PW01M
P0503140
DESCRIPTION
ELECTRIC BOX
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 16
LOCK WASHER 8MM
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10
GEAR WHEEL M2.5 X 25T
GEAR WHEEL M2.5 X 25T
BEARING UCP-204
CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 25
LOCK WASHER 12MM
FLAT WASHER 12MM
CONNECT ROD
HANDWHEEL
HANDLE M12-1.75 X 20
FLAT WASHER 12MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
FRAME
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 30
LOCK WASHER 10MM
PLASTIC WASHER 12MM
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25
CONTROL PANEL BRACKET
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
CONTROL PANEL SUPPORT
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL BOX
SLIP SLEEVE SET ROD
CLAMP
DUST GUARD BELLOW
CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 40
PLATE
SCREW BASE
WORM GEAR
ADJUSTING NUT
FIXED SCREW BASE
KEY 5 X 5 X 45
SHAFT COUPLING
CONNECTOR ROD
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 20
FLAT WASHER 8MM
BRACKET
REF
141
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
248
301
302
303
PART #
P0503141
P0503201
PN02M
P0503203
P0503204
P0503205
P0503206
P0503207
P0503208
P0503209
P0503210
P0503211
PSB77M
PLW05M
PW06M
P0503215
P0503216
P0503217
PB07M
P0503219
PN03M
PLW04M
PW01M
PCB24M
PN09M
P0503225
PSB72M
PLW06M
PW04M
P0503229
PN09M
PB63
PLW10
PW13
PCB21M
P0503235
P0503248
P0503301
PB08M
PW03M
DESCRIPTION
PLATE
TENSION HANDLE M10-1.5
HEX NUT M10-1.5
PLATE A
BEARING 51204
LOCK COLLAR
STUD M10-1.5 X 200
PLASTIC SLEEVE
COMPRESSION SPR TB-60-090
FRAME SUPPORT SHAFT(A)
SAW BLADE TENSION ROD
PRESSURE BAR BRACKET
CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 30
LOCK WASHER 12MM
FLAT WASHER 12MM
FRAME SUPPORT SHAFT(B)
PRESSURE BAR NUT
ROD END CLEVIS
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
CLEVIS PIN 15 X 50MM
HEX NUT M8-1.25
LOCK WASHER 8MM
FLAT WASHER 8MM
CARRIAGE BOLT M10-1.5 X 30
HEX NUT M12-1.75
BEAM
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 30
LOCK WASHER 10MM
FLAT WASHER 10MM
BEAM SUPPORT BAR
HEX NUT M12-1.75
HEX BOLT 3/4-10 X 3
LOCK WASHER 3/4
FLAT WASHER 3/4
CARRIAGE BLT M12-1.75 X 40
BEAM PLATE
PLATE B
RIGHT DOOR
HEX BOLT M6-1 X 20
FLAT WASHER 6MM
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
REF
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
PART #
P0503304
P0503305
PFH02M
P0503307
P0503308
PCB22M
PN01M
PN09M
PW06M
P0503316
P0503317
P0503318
PN03M
P0503320
P0503321
P0503322
P0503323
P0503324
P0503325
P0503326
P0503327
P0503328
P0503329
P0503330
P0503401
P6200
PR35M
P0503404
PFH12M
P0503406
P0503407
P0503408
P0503409
P0503410
PB07M
P0503412
PW01M
PLW04M
PN02M
PB32M
DESCRIPTION
LOWER HINGE
BOTTOM COVER
FLAT HD SCR M6-1 X 12
MAGNET
UPPER HINGE
CARRIAGE BOLT M6-1 X 16
HEX NUT M6-1
HEX NUT M12-1.75
FLAT WASHER 12MM
STAR KNOB M10-1.5 X 25
LEFT UPPER COVER
STAR KNOB M8-1.25 X 20
HEX NUT M8-1.25
SAFETY PLATE
SAFETY PLATE SUPPORT
LEFT DOOR
DOOR LOWER GUARD
LATCH SET
LATCH
SAFETY COVER
RIGHT UPPER COVER
CONNECTOR PLATE
BOTTOM PLATE
DUST GUIDE PLATE
SUPPORT ROLLER
BALL BEARING 6200
INT RETAINING RING 30MM
ECCENTRIC SHAFT
FLAT HD SCR M6-1 X 25
BLADE GUARD UPPER PLATE
SPACER
BLADE GUARD LOWER PLATE
LOWER SPACER
BLADE GUIDE RIGHT SUPPORT
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
BLADE GUIDE RIGHT BRACKET
FLAT WASHER 8MM
LOCK WASHER 8MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 25
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
REF
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
PART #
PCB24M
P0503418
PW06M
PN09M
P0503421
P0503422
PW04M
PLW06M
PCB21M
P0503426
P0503501
PW13
PB27M
P0503504
PSB72M
P0503506
PN09M
PB33M
P0503509
P0503510
P0503511
P32011
P0503513
P0503514
P0503515
PLW05M
PSB92M
P0503518
P0503519
P0503520
P0503521
P0503522
P0503523
P0503524
PN02M
P0503526
PN03M
PB82M
PB13M
P0503530
DESCRIPTION
CARRIAGE BOLT M10-1.5 X 30
BLADE GUIDE RIGHT ADJ
FLAT WASHER 12MM
HEX NUT M12-1.75
BLADE GUARD LEFT SUPPORT
BLADE GUIDE LEFT BRACKET
FLAT WASHER 10MM
LOCK WASHER 10MM
CARRIAGE BLT M12-1.75 X 40
BLADE GUIDE LEFT ADJUSTER
WHEEL ADJ LOWER PLATE
FLAT WASHER 3/4
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 30
WHEEL ADJUSTMENT PIECE
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 30
WHEEL ADJ UPPER PLATE
HEX NUT M12-1.75
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 50
RIGHT WHEEL SHAFT
INT RETAINING RING 90MM
SEAL 70 X 90 X 8
BEARING 32011
DRIVE PULLEY
SAW BLADE
DRIVE WHEEL
LOCK WASHER 12MM
CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 40
WHEEL SHAFT NUT
BEARING NUT
GREASE FITTING
STUD M12-1.75 X 200
SCRAPER
SCRAPER BRACKET A
SCRAPER BRACKET B
HEX NUT M10-1.5
SCRAPER SUPPORT
HEX NUT M8-1.25
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 80
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 80
LINER GUIDE
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REF
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
601A
601A-1
601A-2
601A-3
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
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PART #
P0503531
PLW04M
PSB31M
P0503534
PSB14M
P0503536
P0503537
P0503538
PB34M
P0503601A
P0503601A-1
P0503601A-2
P0503601A-3
P0503602
PN09M
PW06M
P0503605
PB09M
PW01M
P0503608
PLW06M
PN02M
P0503611
PN03M
P0503613
PB32M
P0503615
PVB51
P0503617
P0503618
PB07M
P0503701
PN02M
PW04M
PCB24M
P0503705
PSB64M
PLW06M
P0503708
PB102M
DESCRIPTION
LINER WAY
LOCK WASHER 8MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
BLADE TENSION PLATE
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20
LEFT WHEEL SHAFT
LEFT SAW WHEEL
WHEEL BEARING CAP
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 60
MOTOR SIEMENS 20HP V2.11.07
FAN COVER V2.11.07
FAN V2.11.07
MOTOR WIRING BOX V2.11.07
KEY 9 X 14 X 80
HEX NUT M12-1.75
FLAT WASHER 12MM
STUD M12-1.75 X 110
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 20
FLAT WASHER 8MM
MOTOR BRACKET SUPPORT A
LOCK WASHER 10MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
MOTOR BASE
HEX NUT M8-1.25
MOTOR BASE SUPPORT
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 25
MOTOR BRACKET SUPPORT B
V-BELT B-51 5L510
MOTOR PULLEY
LOCKING SLEEVE
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 X 25
CONVEYOR LOWER PLATE
HEX NUT M10-1.5
FLAT WASHER 10MM
CARRIAGE BOLT M10-1.5 X 30
CONVEYOR PLATEN
CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25
LOCK WASHER 10MM
ADJUSTABLE SCREW
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 25
REF
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
823
PART #
PLW05M
PW06M
P1066079
P0503713
P0503714
P0503715
P0503716
PN09M
PB32M
P0503719
P0503720
P0503721
P0503722
P6008
P0503724
P0503725
P0503726
P0503727
P0503801
P0503802
P0503803
PSS26M
P0503805
PB32M
PN02M
P0503808
P0503809
PN09M
PLW05M
PW06M
P6205
P0503814
PW04M
PLW06M
P0503817
PSB14M
PLW04M
PW01M
P0503821
PSB120M
DESCRIPTION
LOCK WASHER 12MM
FLAT WASHER 12MM
FLANGE BEARING UCFL205
ROLLER BRACKET
FRONT ROLLER
ROLLER SIDE PLATE
ROLLER SEAT
HEX NUT M12-1.75
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 25
ROLLER
KEY 6 X 5 X 32
HYDRAULIC DRIVE
HYD DRIVE FLANGE 6 X 5 X 32
BALL BEARING 6008
ROLLER BRACKET
CONVEYOR
ROLLER BRACKET
REAR ROLLER
PRESSURE ROLLER WHEEL
FLAT WASHER 18MM
ROLLER SHAFT
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
FRONT ROLLER BRACKET
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 25
HEX NUT M10-1.5
FRONT ROLLER ADJUSTER
FRONT ROLLER SHAFT
HEX NUT M12-1.75
LOCK WASHER 12MM
FLAT WASHER 12MM
BALL BEARING 6205
BEARING BRACKET
FLAT WASHER 10MM
LOCK WASHER 10MM
FRONT ROLLER SUPPORT
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20
LOCK WASHER 8MM
FLAT WASHER 8MM
SPACER
CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 120
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
REF
824
825
826
827
828
829
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
901
903
904
905
906
907
908
910
A01
A01-1
A02A
A03
A04
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A14A
A15
A15A
A16
A17A
PART #
P0503824
P0503825
PSS16M
P0503827
P0503828
P0503829
P0503831
P0503832
P0503833
P05030834
P0503835
P0503836
P0503837
P0503901
P0503903
PB27M
PW06M
P0503906
P0503907
PN09M
PLW05M
P0503A01
P0503A01-1
P0503A02A
P0503A03
P0503A04
P0503A06
P0503A07
P0503A08
P0503A09
P0503A10
P0503A11
P0503A12
P0503A13
P0503A14
P0503A14A
P0503A15
P0503A15A
P0503A16
P0503A17A
DESCRIPTION
REAR ROLLER ARM BRACKET
REAR ROLLER ARM SHAFT
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10
LOCK COLLAR A
REAR ROLLER BRACKET
LOCK COLLAR B
REAR ROLLER SHAFT
COUNTERWEIGHT
SPRING
UPPER BRACKET
UPPER NUT
LOWER ADJUSTABLE NUT
SHOCK SCREW
RETURN CONVEYOR FRAME
ROLLER
HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 30
FLAT WASHER 12MM
CONVEYOR SUPPORT BRACKET
CONVEYOR SUPPORT BRACKET
HEX NUT M12-1.75
LOCK WASHER 12MM
BREAKER #30184 3P 75AMP
POWER ON DIAL SWITCH 30184
MOTOR MAG CONTACT LC1-D50
PUMP MAG CONTACT LC1-D096
TRANSFORMER 200VA
FUSE 5A
BUSS BAR
MOTOR START BUTTON
PUMP START BUTTON
POWER ON BUTTON
MOTOR STOP BUTTON
PUMP STOP BUTTON
EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON
RELAY 220V LR3 D3359
RELAY 440V LR3 D3355
RELAY 220V LR3 D126
RELAY 440V LR3 D086
TERMINAL BLOCK
440V CONVERSION KIT
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
REF
B47
B48
B49
B50
B51
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B63
B64
B65
B66
B67
B68
B68-1
B68-2
B68-3
B68-4
B69
B70
B71
B71-1
B71-2
B71-3
B71-4
B72
B73
B74
B75
B76
B76-1
PART #
P0503B47
P0503B48
P0503B49
P0503B50
P0503B51
P0503B52
P0503B53
P0503B54
P0503B55
P0503B56
P0503B57
P0503B58
P0503B59
P0503B60
P0503B61
P0503B62
P0503B63
P0503B64
P0503B65
P0503B66
P0503B67
P0503B68
P0503B68-1
P0503B68-2
P0503B68-3
P0503B68-4
P0503B69
P0503B70
P0503B71
P0503B71-1
P0503B71-2
P0503B71-3
P0503B71-4
P0503B72
P0503B73
P0503B74
P0503B75
P0503B76
P0503B76-1
DESCRIPTION
HYDRAULIC TANK
OIL DIVERTER
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE GAUGE
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 67”
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 91”
MALE ELBOW 3/8T X 3/8H 90˚
VARIABLE SPEED ADJUSTOR
3/8 HYDRAULIC VALVE
MALE ELBOW 3/8T X 3/8H 90˚
CONVEYOR HYDRAULIC MOTOR
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 3/8H 45˚
MALE ELBOW 1/2T X 3/8H 45˚
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 60”
3/8 STOP VALVE
HYDRAULIC HOSE 1/2 X 16"
HYDRAULIC PUMP
CONNECTOR
HYDRAULIC HOSE 3/8 X 20”
MOTOR 2 HP
BRASS HOSE 3/8
OIL COOLER
OIL FILTER
FILTER PRESSURE GAUGE
FILTER BASE
FILTER O-RING
FILTER BASE GASKET
OIL LEVEL GAUGE
PLUG
FILLER CAP
FILLER CAP GASKET
FILLER CAP THREAD PIECE
THREAD PIECE GASKET
FILLER SCREEN
BRASS HOSE
TANK SCREEN
FILTER + O-RING KIT
OIL COOLER FAN
HYD TANK ACCESS PLATE
ACCESS PLATE GASKET
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Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Motor will not start.
1.Low voltage.
2.Open circuit in motor or loose connections.
1. Check power line for proper voltage.
2.Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or
open connections
Motor will not start; fuses or
circuit breakers blow.
1.Short circuit in power wires.
3. Circuit or motor overloaded
1.Inspect wiring for damaged insulation and shorted wires.
2.Repair or replace all connections on motor that
are loose or shorted or have worn insulation.
3.Reduce amperage load on circuit or motor
Motor overheats.
1. Motor overloaded.
2.Air circulation through motor restricted.
1.Reduce load on motor.
2. Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.
Motor stalls (resulting in blown
fuses or circuit breakers).
1.Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
1.Repair or replace connections on motor that are
loose or shorted or have worn insulation.
2. Correct the low voltage conditions.
3.Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
4.Reduce load on motor.
2.Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
2.Low voltage.
3.Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in power line.
4. Motor overloaded.
Blade runs backwards.
1.Two of the power wires reversed.
1.Switch two of the power wires at the terminal
strip.
Blade slows when operating.
1.Applying too much pressure to workpiece.
1.Slow down the feed rate.
Blade slows when cutting and
squeals on start-up.
1. V-Belt loose.
1. V-Belt worn out.
1.Tighten V-Belt as instructed on page 48.
1.Replace V-Belt as instructed on page 48.
Excessive vibration.
1. V-Belt worn out.
2. Bent or worn out blade.
3.Wheel bearings are worn out.
4.Wheels are worn out.
1.Replace
2.Replace
3.Replace
4.Replace
Conveyor will not run.
1.Hydraulic motor is not running.
2.Low on hydraulic fluid.
3.Hydraulic lines are attached backwards.
1.See motor troubleshooting above.
2. Fix any leaks and add hydraulic fluid.
3.Switch hydraulic lines.
Conveyor runs slow.
1.Too much resistance because of a dull blade on
resaw, or an extremely heavy workpiece.
2.Restricted line or bad hydraulic motor.
3.Hydraulic fluid too cold.
1.Replace the blade on the resaw, or remove the
extremely heavy workpiece.
2.Replace hydraulic line or motor.
3.Warm up hydraulic fluid or replace fluid with ISO
VG 68 hydraulic fluid.
Hydraulic fluid is overheating.
1.Oil cooler fins are dirty.
2.Restricted flow through the oil cooler.
3. Cooling fan not working.
4.Overworked system.
5.Low on hydraulic fluid.
6.Restricted hydraulic line.
7. Clogged filter.
1. Clean fins.
2.Replace oil cooler.
3.Repair cooling fan.
4.Reduce load on conveyor belt.
5. Fix any leaks and add hydraulic fluid.
6.Remove any pinch or kink in the hydraulic line.
7.Replace filter and perform a hydraulic system
minor service as described on page 37.
Hydraulic fluid looks milky.
1.Water in the hydraulic system.
1.Replace the tank filler cap, tank gaskets, and
repair leaks on the suction side of the hydraulic
system. Then perform a hydraulic system major
service as described on page 38.
Hydraulic fluid is dark brown
or opaque.
1.Hydraulic fluid has become overheated and
thermal breakdown has occurred.
1.Repair the cause of overheating as described
above and then perform a hydraulic system major
service as described on page 38.
2.Perform a hydraulic system major service as
described on page 38.
2.Hydraulic fluid is contaminated.
V-Belt as instructed on page 48.
blade as shown on page 22.
wheel bearings.
wheels.
Filter gauge is in the red.
1. Filter is clogged.
1.Replace filter and perform a hydraulic system
minor service as described on page 37.
Blade does not run evenly on
wheels or runs off.
1.Tracking is not adjusted properly.
1.Adjust tracking as instructed on page 40.
Blade does not cut evenly or
leaves a rough surface.
1. Blade
2.Tooth
3.Teeth
4. Blade
1.Adjust tension as instructed on page 26.
2.Replace blade as shown on page 22.
3.Replace blade as shown on page 22.
4.Inspect blade and replace as shown on page 22
if necessary.
Blade contacting guides.
1.Guides not adjusted correctly.
1.Adjust guides as shown on page 42.
Workpiece hangs up on pressure rollers.
1.Pressure rollers out of adjustment.
1.Adjust pressure rollers as described on page 29.
Workpiece is thicker on one
side than the other.
1. Conveyor is not level.
1.Level the conveyor as described on page 44.
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is not properly tensioned.
set is uneven.
are sharper on one side than the other.
has a bad weld, or a crack.
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Service Log
Date
Approximate Hours Of Use
Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
Maintenance Performed
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Warranty and Returns
Grizzly Industrial, Inc. warrants every product it sells for a period of 1 year to the original purchaser from
the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse,
negligence, accidents, repairs, alterations or lack of maintenance. This is Grizzly’s sole written warranty
and any and all warranties that may be implied by law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any particular purpose, are hereby limited to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant or represent
that the merchandise complies with the provisions of any law or acts unless the manufacturer so warrants.
In no event shall Grizzly’s liability under this warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product and
any legal actions brought against Grizzly shall be tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom.
We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special,
or consequential damages arising from the use of our products.
To take advantage of this warranty, contact us by mail or phone and give us all the details. We will then
issue you a “Return Number,’’ which must be clearly posted on the outside as well as the inside of the
carton. We will not accept any item back without this number. Proof of purchase must accompany the
merchandise.
The manufacturers reserve the right to change specifications at any time because they constantly strive to
achieve better quality equipment. We make every effort to ensure that our products meet high quality and
durability standards and we hope you never need to use this warranty.
Please feel free to write or call us if you have any questions about the machine or the manual.
Thank you again for your business and continued support. We hope to serve you again soon.
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Model G0503 (Mfg. Since 12/08)
WARRANTY CARD
Name______________________________________________________________________________________
Street______________________________________________________________________________________
City____________________________________________________State________Zip_____________
Phone Number______________________E-Mail_______________________FAX_________________
Model: G0503 12" Horizontal Resaw Bandsaw Serial #______________________ Order ___________
The following information is given on a voluntary basis. It will be used for marketing purposes to help us develop better products and services. Of
course, all information is strictly confidential.
1.How did you learn about us?
10.Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___Advertisement
___Friend
___Catalog
___Card Deck
___World Wide Web
___Other_________________________________________
___1" x 42" Belt Sander
___6" - 8" Grinder
___5" - 8" Drill Press
___Mini Lathe
___8" Table Saw
___10" - 12" Thickness Planer
___8" - 10" Bandsaw
___Scroll Saw
___Disc⁄Belt Sander
___Spindle⁄Belt Sander
___Mini Jointer
___Other______________________________________________
2.Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to.
CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE
___Practical Homeowner
___Cabinetmaker
___Shop Notes
___Family Handyman
___Today’s Homeowner
___Fine Homebuilding
___WOOD
___Wooden Boat
___Home Handyman
___Woodshop News
___Journal of Light Construction
___Woodsmith
___Old House Journal
___Woodwork
___Popular Mechanics
___Woodworker
___Popular Science
___Woodworker’s Journal
___Popular Woodworking
___Workbench
___Other_________________________________________
11.How many of the machines checked above are Grizzly? ___________
12.Which portable⁄ hand held power tools do you own?
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
13.What machines⁄supplies would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
_____________________________________________________
3.Which of the following woodworking ⁄remodeling shows do you watch?
___Backyard America
___The New Yankee Workshop
___Home Time
___This Old House
___The American Woodworker
___Woodwright’s Shop
___Other_________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
14.What new accessories would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
___Builders Hardware
___Hand Tools
___Fasteners ___Wood Components
___Other______________________________________________
4.What is your annual household income?
___$20,000-$29,999
___$30,000-$39,999
___$40,000-$49,999
___$50,000-$59,999
___$60,000-$69,999
___$70,000-$79,999
___$80,000-$89,999
___$90,000 +
15.What other companies do you purchase your tools and supplies from?
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
5.What is your age group?
___20-29
___30-39
___40-49
_____________________________________________________
___50-59
___60-69
___70 +
_____________________________________________________
16.Do you think your purchase is good value?
___Yes
6.How long have you been a woodworker?
___0 - 2 Years
___2 - 8 Years
___8 - 20 Years
___20+ Years
7.How would you rank your woodworking skills?
___Simple
___Intermediate
___Advanced
___Master Craftsman
8.What stationary woodworking tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___Air Compressor
___Panel Saw
___Band Saw
___Planer
___Drill Press
___Power Feeder
___Drum Sander
___Radial Arm Saw
___Dust Collector
___Shaper
___Horizontal Boring Machine
___Spindle Sander
___Jointer
___Table Saw
___Lathe
___Vacuum Veneer Press
___Mortiser
___Wide Belt Sander
___Other_________________________________________
9.How many of your woodworking machines are Grizzly? ___________
___No
17.Would you recommend Grizzly Industrial to a friend?
___Yes
___No
18.Would you allow us to use your name as a reference for Grizzly customers in your area? Note: We never use names more than three times.
___Yes
19.
___No
Comments:____________________________________________
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FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE
Place
Stamp
Here
Grizzly INDUSTRIAL, inc.
P.O. box 2069
Bellingham, WA 98227-2069
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Send a Grizzly Catalog to a friend:
Name_______________________________
Street_______________________________
City______________State______Zip______
tape along edges--please do not staple
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