Grizzly G0600 3-Phase Big Bore Metal Lathe Owner Manual

Grizzly G0600 3-Phase Big Bore Metal Lathe Owner Manual

MODEL G0600 20" x 60" BIG BORE LATHE

OWNER'S MANUAL

(For models manufactured since 7/11)

COPYRIGHT © APRIL, 2007 BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC., REVISED NOVEMBER, 2016 (MN)

WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.

#CR9070 PRINTED IN CHINA

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 compre hension, 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: • 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 equip ment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... 3

Foreword .................................................................................................................................... 3 Contact Info ................................................................................................................................ 3

G0600 Data Sheet ..................................................................................................................... 4

Identification ............................................................................................................................... 7

Headstock Controls .................................................................................................................... 8

SECTION 1: SAFETY ....................................................................................................................... 9

Additional Safety for Metal Lathes ........................................................................................... 11

Glossary of Terms .................................................................................................................... 12

SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................... 13

220V 3-Phase........................................................................................................................... 13 Operation .................................................................................................................................. 13 Phase Converter ...................................................................................................................... 13

SECTION 3: SETUP ....................................................................................................................... 14

Setup Safety ............................................................................................................................. 14 Items Needed for Setup ........................................................................................................... 14 Unpacking ................................................................................................................................ 14

Inventory ................................................................................................................................... 15

Hardware Recognition Chart .................................................................................................... 16

Site Considerations .................................................................................................................. 17

Lifting & Moving the Lathe ....................................................................................................... 18

Cleanup .................................................................................................................................... 19

Test Run ................................................................................................................................... 20

Changing Motor Rotation ......................................................................................................... 22

Apron and Spindle Break-in .................................................................................................... 23 Spindle Balancing ................................................................................................................... 23

SECTION 4: OPERATIONS ........................................................................................................... 24

Operation Safety ...................................................................................................................... 24 General ..................................................................................................................................... 24

Chuck and Faceplate ............................................................................................................... 25 Mounting .................................................................................................................................. 25

Camlock Stud Adjustment ........................................................................................................ 27

Reversing Jaws ........................................................................................................................ 28

Gap Removal ........................................................................................................................... 29 Tailstock ................................................................................................................................... 29

Aligning Tailstock ..................................................................................................................... 30

Drilling with Tailstock ................................................................................................................ 31 Cutting Tapers with Tailstock ................................................................................................... 31

Centers ..................................................................................................................................... 32

Steady Rest .............................................................................................................................. 33

Follow Rest............................................................................................................................... 34 Setting Compound Slide .......................................................................................................... 34

Quick Change........................................................................................................................... 35 Tool Post .................................................................................................................................. 35 Foot Brake ................................................................................................................................ 35

Setting Spindle RPM ................................................................................................................ 36

Manual Feed ............................................................................................................................ 38 Power Feed .............................................................................................................................. 38

Four-Position Apron Stop ......................................................................................................... 39

Starting Lathe ........................................................................................................................... 40

Using the Thread Chart ............................................................................................................ 41

Dimetrial and Modular Pitch Threading .................................................................................... 42

Inch and Metric Pitch Threading .............................................................................................. 44

Thread Dial ............................................................................................................................... 46

SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................... 47

SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................... 52

Schedule .................................................................................................................................. 52 Cleaning ................................................................................................................................... 52 Lubrication ................................................................................................................................ 52

Coolant System ........................................................................................................................ 56

SECTION 7: SERVICE ................................................................................................................... 57

Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................ 57

Cross Slide Leadscrew Adjustment ......................................................................................... 60 Leadscrew Endplay Adjustment ............................................................................................... 60

Gib Adjustment ......................................................................................................................... 61

Halfnut Adjustment ................................................................................................................... 62 Feed Clutch Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 62

V-Belts ...................................................................................................................................... 63 Brake and Switch ..................................................................................................................... 63

Control Panel Electrical ............................................................................................................ 64

Switch and Motor Electrical ...................................................................................................... 65

Main Electrical Box ................................................................................................................... 66

Model G0600 Electrical Diagram ............................................................................................. 67

Headstock Gear System .......................................................................................................... 68

Headstock Face and Shift System ........................................................................................... 69

Headstock Shift System ........................................................................................................... 70

Headstock Oil Pump System ................................................................................................... 71

Quick Change Gearbox Gear System ..................................................................................... 75

Quick Change Gearbox Face................................................................................................... 76

Quick Change Gearbox Shift System ...................................................................................... 77

Quick Change Gearbox Shift System ...................................................................................... 78

Carriage .................................................................................................................................... 81

Cross Slide & Carriage............................................................................................................. 82

Compound Slide & Tool Post ................................................................................................... 83

Carriage Oil Pump System....................................................................................................... 84

Apron Face, Thread Dial, Auto Stop System ........................................................................... 87

Apron Gearing, Halfnut, Feed System ..................................................................................... 88

Apron Feed Rod, Clutch and Lever System ............................................................................ 89

Tailstock ................................................................................................................................... 92

Bed Assembly .......................................................................................................................... 94

Brake Pedal and Headstock Panels ........................................................................................ 95

Brake System and Change Gears ........................................................................................... 96

Motor and Headstock Mounting ............................................................................................... 97

End Covers and Splash Guard ................................................................................................ 98

Change Gear System ............................................................................................................... 99

Steady and Follow Rests ....................................................................................................... 102

Accessories, Coolant, and Lighting System ........................................................................... 104

Electrical ................................................................................................................................. 105

WARRANTY AND RETURNS ...................................................................................................... 106

INTRODUCTION

Foreword

We are proud to offer the Model G0600 20" x 60" Big Bore Lathe. This machine is part of a growing Grizzly family of fine metalworking machinery. When used according to the guidelines set forth in this manual, you can expect years of trouble-free, enjoyable operation and proof of Grizzly’s com mitment to customer satisfaction.

We are pleased to provide this manual with the Model G0600. It was written to guide you through assembly, review safety considerations, and cover general operating procedures. It repre sents our effort to produce the best documenta tion possible. The specifications, drawings, and photographs illustrated in this manual represent the Model G0600 as supplied when the manual was pre pared. However, owing to Grizzly’s policy of con tinuous improvement, changes may be made at any time with no obligation on the part of Grizzly. For your convenience, we always keep current Grizzly manuals available on our website at

www.

grizzly.com. Any updates to your machine will be reflected in these manuals as soon as they are complete. Visit our site often to check for the lat est updates to this manual!

Contact Info

We stand behind our machines! If you have ques tions or need help, contact us with the information below. Before contacting, make sure you get the serial number and manufacture date from the machine ID label. This will help us help you faster.

Grizzly Technical Support 1815 W. Battlefield Springfield, MO 65807 Phone: (570) 546-9663 Email: techsupport@grizzly.com

We want your feedback on this manual. What did you like about it? Where could it be improved? Please take a few minutes to give us feedback.

Grizzly Documentation Manager P.O. Box 2069 Bellingham, WA 98227-2069 Email: manuals@grizzly.com

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MACHINE DATA SHEET

Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 · To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 · Fax #: (800) 438-5901

MODEL G0600 20" X 60" 3‐PHASE BIG BORE METAL LATHE

Product Dimensions:

Weight............................................................................................................................................................ 5071 lbs.

Width (side-to-side) x Depth (front-to-back) x Height............................................................. 110-3/4 x 45-1/4 x 51 in.

Footprint (Length x Width)............................................................................................................. 109-1/4 x 24-3/4 in.

Shipping Dimensions:

Type.......................................................................................................................................................... Wood Crate Content........................................................................................................................................................... Machine Weight............................................................................................................................................................ 5758 lbs.

Length x Width x Height..................................................................................................................... 114 x 44 x 63 in.

Must Ship Upright................................................................................................................................................... Yes

Electrical:

Power Requirement................................................................................................................... 220V, 3-Phase, 60 Hz Prewired Voltage.................................................................................................................................................. 220V Full-Load Current Rating..................................................................................................................................... 28.6A

Minimum Circuit Size.............................................................................................................................................. 40A Connection Type........................................................................................... Permanent (Hardwire to Shutoff Switch) Switch Type.................................................................................................... Magnetic Switch w/Overload Protection Recommended Phase Converter....................................................................................................................... H3741

Motors: Main

Type........................................................................................................................................... TEFC Induction Horsepower.............................................................................................................................................. 10 HP Phase.................................................................................................................................................... 3-Phase Amps............................................................................................................................................................ 28A Speed................................................................................................................................................ 1725 RPM Power Transfer .................................................................................................................................. Belt Drive Bearings..................................................................................................... Shielded & Permanently Lubricated

Coolant Pump

Type........................................................................................................................................... TEFC Induction Horsepower............................................................................................................................................. 1/8 HP Phase.................................................................................................................................................... 3-Phase Amps........................................................................................................................................................... 0.6A

Speed................................................................................................................................................ 3450 RPM Power Transfer ............................................................................................................................... Direct Drive Bearings..................................................................................................... Shielded & Permanently Lubricated

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Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Main Specifications: Operation Info

Swing Over Bed......................................................................................................................................... 20 in.

Distance Between Centers........................................................................................................................ 60 in.

Swing Over Cross Slide............................................................................................................................. 12 in.

Swing Over Saddle.................................................................................................................................... 12 in.

Swing Over Gap........................................................................................................................................ 29 in.

Maximum Tool Bit Size................................................................................................................................ 1 in.

Compound Travel........................................................................................................................................ 5 in.

Carriage Travel................................................................................................................................ 56-11/16 in.

Cross Slide Travel............................................................................................................................... 12-3/4 in.

Headstock Info

Spindle Bore........................................................................................................................................... 3.15 in.

Spindle Taper............................................................................................................................................ MT#7 Number of Spindle Speeds............................................................................................................................. 12 Spindle Speeds......................................................................................................................... 25 – 1600 RPM Spindle Type................................................................................................................................ D1-8 Camlock Spindle Bearings......................................................................................................................... Tapered Roller Spindle Length..................................................................................................................................... 29-1/4 in.

Spindle Length with 3-Jaw Chuck....................................................................................................... 35-3/4 in.

Spindle Length with 4-Jaw Chuck....................................................................................................... 34-7/8 in.

Tailstock Info

Tailstock Quill Travel................................................................................................................................... 7 in.

Tailstock Taper.......................................................................................................................................... MT#5 Tailstock Barrel Diameter............................................................................................................................ 3 in.

Threading Info

Number of Longitudinal Feeds....................................................................................................................... 35 Range of Longitudinal Feeds........................................................................................ 0.0022 – 0.0612 in./rev.

Number of Cross Feeds................................................................................................................................. 35 Range of Cross Feeds............................................................................................... 0.00048 – 0.01354 in./rev Number of Inch Threads................................................................................................................................. 60 Range of Inch Threads.................................................................................................................... 2 – 112 TPI Number of Metric Threads.............................................................................................................................. 47 Range of Metric Threads............................................................................................................. 0.2 – 14.0 mm Number of Modular Pitches............................................................................................................................ 39 Range of Modular Pitches.............................................................................................................. 0.1 – 7.0 MP Number of Diametral Pitches.......................................................................................................................... 50 Range of Diametral Pitches.............................................................................................................. 4 – 112 DP

Dimensions

Bed Width............................................................................................................................................ 13-3/4 in.

Carriage Leadscrew Diameter............................................................................................................. 1-9/16 in.

Leadscrew TPI........................................................................................................................................... 4 TPI Carriage Leadscrew Length................................................................................................................ 84-7/8 in.

Steady Rest Capacity................................................................................................................... 3/4 – 6-1/2 in.

Follow Rest Capacity.................................................................................................................... 5/8 – 3-3/4 in.

Faceplate Size..................................................................................................................................... 17-3/4 in.

Feed Rod Diameter.............................................................................................................................. 15/16 in.

Floor to Center Height......................................................................................................................... 44-5/8 in.

Height With Leveling Jacks........................................................................................................................ 53 in.

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Construction

Base..................................................................................................................................................... Cast Iron Headstock............................................................................................................................................ Cast Iron End Gears................................................................................................................ Flame Hardened Cast Iron Bed.................................................................................................. Hardened and Precision-Ground Cast Iron Body..................................................................................................................................................... Cast Iron Stand.................................................................................................................................................... Cast Iron Paint Type/Finish...................................................................................................................................... Epoxy

Fluid Capacities

Headstock Capacity........................................................................................................................ 12.68 quarts Gearbox Capacity............................................................................................................................. 6.97 quarts Apron Capacity................................................................................................................................. 2.75 quarts Coolant Capacity............................................................................................................................ 21.13 quarts

Other Specifications:

Country of Origin ................................................................................................................................................ China Warranty ........................................................................................................................................................... 1 Year Approximate Assembly & Setup Time .............................................................................................................. 1 Hour Serial Number Location .................................................................................................................................. ID Label ISO 9001 Factory .................................................................................................................................................... No Certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) .......................................................................... No

Features:

Hardened and Precision-Ground Meehanite Bed Casting Universal Quick Change Gear Box for Inch and Metric Threads, Plus Modular and Diametral Pitches Hardened and Precision-Ground Headstock, Quick Change and Apron Gears Run in an Oil Bath Adjustable Apron Clutch One-Piece Heavy Cast-Iron Base Coolant System Halogen Lamp Foot Brake Thread Chasing Dial 4-Position Auto Apron Stop One Shot Lubrication on Apron Full Length Splash Guard Dual Inch/Metric Dials Rollers Inside Steady Rest Headstock Internal Oil Pump and Oil Director Distribution Pipes Spindle Balance Counterweight System Two Piece Chuck Jaws

Accessories Included:

#5 - #7 Morse Taper Sleeve 12" 3-Jaw Chuck 14" 4-Jaw Chuck 17-3/4" Face Plate Centers Follow Rest Leveling Pads Quick Change Tool Post and Holder Service Tools Steady Rest Tool Box

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A B

Identification

C D E F G H I J X W V U T S R Q P O N Figure 1. The Model G0600 20" x 60" Big Bore Lathe.

A. Headstock B. D1-8 Camlock MT#7 Spindle C. Gap Piece D. Ball Bearing Style Steady Rest E. Quick Change Tool Holder F. Follow Rest G. Work Lamp H. Universal Coolant Nozzle I. Tailstock J. Tailstock Handwheel K. Leadscrew Rod Endcap Housing L. Thread Dial M. 4-Position Apron Stop Dial N. Spindle Rotation ON/OFF Lever O. Compound Rest Handwheel P. Apron Oil Level Sight Glass Q. Halfnut Lever R. Apron Release Arm S. Manual Oil Pump T. Feed Clutch Lever U. Feed Clutch Tension Adjustment V. Cross Slide Handwheel W. Apron Handwheel X. Brake Pedal K L M Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -7-

A B C

Headstock Controls

D E F G M H I J K L Figure 2. Headstock and gearbox controls.

A. Cutting Chart: Used for shifting the lathe headstock and gearbox into the proper gear combinations for threading and feeding oper ations.

B. Range Splitting Lever: Used to select the final spindle speed from the set of high or low range speeds selected by the range lever.

F. Jog Button: Turns the spindle motor ON while being pressed and held.

G. Feed/Lead Dial: Used for setting up feed or threading gearing ratios in conjunction with quick change gearbox levers.

C. Spindle Speed Dial: Positions the head -8 stock gears in one of three speed modes. In each mode, there are four spindle speeds. The four speed choices are two speeds in low range, and two speeds in high range. The range lever selects high or low range, and the range splitting lever selects one of the two remaining speeds within that range.

D. Range Lever: Used to select a set of high or low range spindle speeds from one of the three spindle speed modes shown on the spindle speed dial.

E. Gearbox Hi/Lo Lever: This lever puts the gearbox in high or low range and has no effect on spindle RPM. I is Hi range, II is low range.

H. Emergency Stop Button: Stops all machine functions. Twist clockwise to reset.

I. Lathe Power Switch: Turns power ON/OFF to the lathe so lathe operations can begin.

J. Power Light: Indicates the lathe is ener gized when illuminated.

K. Coolant Pump Switch: Turns coolant pump ON/OFF.

L. Quick Change Gearbox Levers: Moves the gearbox gears into particular ratios, which then turn the leadscrew and feedrod for threading and power feed operations.

M. Leadscrew/Feedrod Direction Lever:

Changes the rotation direction of the leadscrew or feedrod so apron or cross feed will move the opposite direction.

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SECTION 1: SAFETY 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 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.

NOTICE

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.

This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper operation of the machine.

Safety Instructions for Machinery

OWNER’S MANUAL. Read and understand this owner’s manual BEFORE using machine. Untrained users can be seriously hurt.

EYE PROTECTION. Always wear ANSI approved safety glasses or a face shield when operating or observing machinery. to reduce the risk of eye injury or blindness from fly ing particles Everyday eyeglasses are not approved safety glasses.

WEARING PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear clothing, apparel, or jewelry that can become entangled in moving parts. Always tie back or cover long hair. Wear non-slip footwear to avoid accidental slips which could cause a loss of workpiece control.

HEARING PROTECTION. Always wear hear ing protection when operating or observiing loud machinery. Extended exposure to this noise without hearing protection can cause permanent hearing loss.

HAzARDOUS DUST. Dust created while using machinery may cause cancer, birth defects, or long-term respiratory damage. Be aware of dust hazards associated with each workpiece material, and always wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to reduce your risk.

MENTAL ALERTNESS. Be mentally alert when running machinery. Never operate under the influence of drugs or alcohol, when tired, or when distracted.

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Safety Instructions for Machinery

DISCONNECTING POWER SUPPLY. Always disconnect machine from power supply before servicing, adjusting, or changing cutting tools (bits, blades, cutters, etc.). Make sure switch is in OFF position before reconnecting to avoid an unexpected or unintentional start.

APPROVED OPERATION. Untrained operators can be seriously hurt by machinery. Only allow trained or properly supervised people to use machine. When machine is not being used, dis connect power, remove switch keys, or lock-out machine to prevent unauthorized use—especially around children. Make workshop kid proof!

INTENDED USE. Only use the machine for its intended purpose and only use recommended accessories. Never stand on machine, modify it for an alternative use, or outfit it with non approved accessories.

CHILDREN & BYSTANDERS. Keep children and bystanders a safe distance away from work area. Stop using machine if children or bystand ers become a distraction.

STABLE MACHINE. Unexpected movement during operations greatly increases the risk of injury and loss of control. Verify machines are stable/secure and mobile bases (if used) are locked before starting.

FORCING MACHINERY. Do not force machine. It will do the job safer and better at the rate for which it was designed.

GUARDS & COVERS. Guards and covers can protect you from accidental contact with mov ing parts or flying debris. Make sure they are properly installed, undamaged, and working correctly before using machine.

REMOVING TOOLS. Never leave adjustment tools, chuck keys, wrenches, etc. in or on machine—especially near moving parts. Verify removal before starting!

AWKWARD POSITIONS. Keep proper foot ing and balance at all times when operating machine. Do not overreach! Avoid awkward hand positions that make workpiece control dif ficult or increase the risk of accidental injury.

DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS. Do not use machinery in wet locations, cluttered areas, around flammables, or in poorly-lit areas. Keep work area clean, dry, and well lighted to mini mize risk of injury.

FEED DIRECTION. Unless otherwise noted, feed work against the rotation of blades or cutters. Feeding in the same direction of rotation may pull your hand into the cut.

SECURING WORKPIECE. When required, use clamps or vises to secure workpiece. A secured workpiece protects hands and frees both of them to operate the machine.

UNATTENDED OPERATION. Never leave machine running while unattended. Turn machine Off and ensure all moving parts completely stop before walking away.

MAINTENANCE & INSPECTION. A machine that is not properly maintained may operate unpre dictably. Follow all maintenance instructions and lubrication schedules to keep machine in good working condition. Regularly inspect machine for loose bolts, alignment of critical parts, binding, or any other conditions that may affect safe opera tion. Always repair or replace damaged or mis adjusted parts before operating machine. EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES. If at any time you are experiencing difficulties performing the intended operation, stop using the machine! Contact our Technical Support Department at (570) 546-9663.

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Additional Safety for Metal Lathes

1. MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THIS MACHINE. YOUR SAFETY AND THE PROPER USE OF THIS MACHINE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

10. SAFETY CLEARANCES. Make sure workpiece has adequate clearance before starting machine. Check tool and tool post clearance, chuck clearance, and saddle clearance before starting the lathe.

2. CLEARING CHIPS. Do not clear chips by hand or while the lathe is turning.

11. RATES. Always use the appropriate feed and speed rates. 3. CHUCK KEY SAFETY. Always remove chuck key. Never walk away from the lathe with the key in the chuck.

12. STOPPING LATHE. Never attempt to slow or stop the lathe chuck by using your hand.

4. TOOL SELECTION. Always select the right cutter for the job, and make sure they are sharp. The right tool decreases strain on the lathe components and provides a better finish.

13. ATTENDANCE. Never walk away from the lathe while it is running. An unsupervised lathe that is running invites accidents.

14. LONG HAIR. Tie up long hair. Long hair poses a risk of entanglement with moving parts.

5. SECURING THE WORKPIECE. Make sure workpiece is properly held in chuck before starting lathe. A workpiece thrown from the chuck may cause severe injury to yourself or others.

15. AUTOMATIC FEEDS. Release any auto matic feeds after completing a job.

6. CHANGING GEARS. Turn lathe OFF before changing speeds. The spindle must be brought to a complete stop before changing gears.

16. TURNING SPEEDS. Select the turning speed appropriate for the type of work, material, and tool bit. Allow the lathe to gain full speed before beginning a cut.

17. MOTOR DIRECTION. Never reverse motor direction while the lathe is in motion.

7. SUPPORT LONG STOCK. Stock extending beyond the headstock MUST be supported. Unsupported stock will begin to whip and cause serious injury to operator/ bystanders and cause damage to the lathe. Always turn supported long stock at slow RPM's.

8. PINCH HAZARDS. Protect your hands and the precision ground ways. Always use a chuck cradle or piece of plywood over the ways of the lathe when servicing chucks.

18. GUARDS. Make sure all guards are in place and working properly.

19. TOOL POST CLEARANCE. Adjust tool post to provide proper support for the turn ing tool you will be using. Test tool post clearance by rotating workpiece by hand before turning lathe ON.

9. LATHE MAINTENANCE. Never operate the lathe with damaged or worn parts. Maintain your lathe in proper working condi tion. Perform routine inspections and main tenance promptly when needed. Put away adjustment tools after use.

20. CRASHES. Make sure no part of the tool, tool holder, compound slide, cross slide, or carriage will contact the chuck during operation.

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Glossary of Terms

The following is a list of common definitions, terms and phrases used throughout this manual as they relate to this lathe and metalworking in general. Become familiar with these terms for assembling, adjusting or operating this machine. Your safety is VERY important to us at Grizzly! Arbor: A machine shaft that supports a cutting tool.

Backlash: Wear in a screw or gear mechanism that may result in slippage, vibration and loss of tolerance.

Collet: A conical shaped split-sleeve bushing that holds round or rectangular tool and/or workpieces by their outside diameter.

Cross slide: Movement of cutting tool across the end of the workpiece.

Cross Slide: A fixture attached to the lathe car riage that holds the compound rest and can be moved in and out.

Cutting Speed: The distance a point on a cutter moves in one minute, expressed in meters or feet per minute.

Dial Indicator: An instrument used in setup and inspection work that shows on the amount of error in size or alignment of a part.

Facing: In lathe work, cutting across the end of a workpiece, usually to machine a flat surface.

Feed: The movement of a cutting tool into a workpiece.

Fixture: A device that securely holds the workpiece in place during cutting operation as opposed to a tion.

Jig which is used to hold and guide a workpiece through an opera Gib: A tapered wedge located along a sliding member to take up wear or to ensure a proper fit.

Headstock: The major lathe component that houses the spindle and motor drive system to turn the workpiece.

Lathe Center: A lathe accessory with a 60° point which is inserted into the headstock or tailstock of the lathe and is used to support the workpiece.

Leadscrew: The long screw that is driven by the end gears and supplies power to the car riage. Spindle: The revolving shaft that holds and drives the workpiece or cutting tool.

Tailstock: A moveable fixture opposite of the headstock on a lathe that has a spindle used to support one end of a workpiece and for holding tools.

Toolpost: The part of the compound rest that holds the tool holder.

Turret: A machine fixture that holds multiple tools and can be revolved and indexed to posi tion. Ways: The precision machined and flat tracks on a lathe on which the carriage and tailstock slide.

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SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS

220V 3-Phase Operation

Serious personal injury could occur if you connect the machine to the power source before you have completed the set up pro cess. DO NOT connect the machine to the power source until instructed to do so.

Full Load Amperage Draw

G0600 10 HP 220V 3-Phase .................28 Amps

Circuit Requirements

We recommend connecting your machine to a dedicated and grounded circuit that is rated for the amperage given below. Never replace a circuit breaker on an existing circuit with one of higher amperage without consulting a qualified electri cian to ensure compliance with wiring codes.

If you are unsure about the wiring codes in your area or you plan to connect your machine to a shared circuit, consult a qualified electrician.

Minimum Circuit .......................................40 Amp

220V Connection Type

For 220V 3-phase connection of this lathe, we recommend hardwiring your machine to a power supply box with a safety shutoff. A qualified elec trician should determine the best cord to use in your environment.

G0600 220V 3-Phase ............................Hardwire

Grounding

In the event of an electrical short, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock. The grounding wire in the power cord must be properly connected to the grounding prong on the plug; likewise, the outlet must be properly installed and grounded. All electrical connections must be made in accor dance with local codes and ordinances.

Extension Cords

We do not recommend the use of extension cords. Instead, arrange the placement of your equipment and the installed wiring to eliminate the need for extension cords.

Electrocution or fire could result if this machine is not grounded correctly or if your electrical con figuration does not com ply with local and state codes. Ensure compliance by checking with a quali fied electrician!

Phase Converter

If your lathe is connected to a phase converter for 3-phase power, the power from the manufac tured power leg (sometimes called the wild wire or manufactured leg) can fluctuate. Make sure that when you connect the lathe to the phase converter that you connect the "Wild Wire" or the "Manufactured Leg" from the phase con verter to the lathe input lead L3. Otherwise, your lathe may not start properly, and magnetic switch chatter and transformer damage will occur.

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SECTION 3: SETUP

Setup Safety

This machine presents serious injury hazards to untrained users. Read through this entire manu al to become familiar with the controls and opera tions before starting the machine!

Wear safety glasses dur ing the entire setup pro cess!

The Model G0600 is an extremely heavy machine. Serious per sonal injury may occur if safe moving methods are not followed. To be safe, you will need assistance and power equipment when moving the ship ping crate and remov ing the machine from the crate.

Items Needed for Setup

The following items are needed to complete the setup process, but are not included with your machine: • • • •

Description Qty

• Fork Lift or Crane (5000 lb capacity) ......... 1 • Lifting Straps (5000 lb capacity each) ........ 2 Safety Glasses (for each person) .............. 1 Helper for Moving ....................................... 1 Solvent for Cleaning ................................... 1 Shop Rags for Cleaning ............................. 1

Unpacking

The Model G0600 was carefully packed when it left our warehouse. 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 condi tion of your shipment, you should inventory the contents.

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Inventory

In the event that any nonproprietary parts are missing (e.g. a nut or a washer), we would be glad to replace them, or for the sake of expedi ency, replacements can be obtained at your local hardware store.

After you have inspected your lathe and all the parts have been removed from the crate, you should have the following items:

Major Inventory 1: (Figure 3) Qty

A. Steady Rest Assembly ............................... 1 B. 18" Faceplate ............................................. 1 C. 12" Three Jaw Chuck (On Lathe)............... 1 D. 14" Four Jaw Chuck ................................... 1 E. Four-Jaw Chuck Lifting Eye ....................... 1 F. Four Jaw Chuck Key .................................. 1 G. D1-8 Camlock Stud Set .............................. 6 H. Quick Change Tool Holders ....................... 2 I. Cast Iron Foot Pads ................................... 6 J. Follow Rest Assembly ................................ 1 J A H B I F G E Figure 3. Major item inventory.

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Tool Box Inventory: (Figure 4) Qty

K. Tool Box ..................................................... 1 L. Oil Bottle ..................................................... 1 M. Carriage Lock and Tool Holder Wrench ..... 1 N. Three-Jaw Chuck Wrench .......................... 1 O. Gap Pin Puller ............................................ 1 P. Combo Wrench Set 6-30mm ................. 1EA Q. Hex Wrench Set 1.5-10mm ................... 1EA R. #2 Screw Driver Set, Phillips & Flat ...... 1EA S. MT#5 Dead Centers ................................... 2 T. MT#7-5 Tapered Spindle Sleeve ............... 1 U. 42-Tooth Metric Change Gear ................... 1 V. 66-Tooth Metric Change Gear ................... 1 W. Cap Screws M6-1 x 25 ............................... 3 X. Longitudinal and Cross Feed Handle .... 1EA Y. Adjustable Foot Pad Studs w/Nuts ............ 6 K M N L T S O Y X W R V U Q Figure 4. Tool Box Inventory.

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NOTICE

Some hardware/fasteners on the inventory list may arrive pre-installed on the machine. Check these locations before assuming that any items from the inventory list are miss ing.

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Hardware Recognition Chart

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Site Considerations Floor Load

Refer to the Some Machine Data Sheet for the weight and footprint specifications of your machine. floors may require additional reinforcement to support both the machine and operator.

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 new machine. See Figure 5 for the minimum working clearances.

Unsupervised children and visitors inside your shop could cause serious per sonal 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!

22.8" 22.8" 68.75" Bolt Pattern for Floor Mounting.

220V 3-Phase 24" Access Door Keep Workpiece Loading Area Unobstructed Lathe 166" Egress 110" Figure 5. Minimum working clearances.

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Lifting & Moving the Lathe

This lathe is an extremely heavy machine. Serious personal injury or death may occur if safe lifting and moving methods are not followed. Seek assis tance from a professional rigger if you are unsure about your abilities or maximum load ratings of your lifting equipment.

This lathe can be placed on the included leveling studs and cast-iron feet ( Figure 6). If the lathe must be secured to the floor refer to a professional machine installer for options. In either case, the lathe must be sitting flat at each mounting point, and the ways must be perfectly level. The bed can not be twisted or bent. If a misalignment condition arises, shim the lathe where it mounts to the floor, or adjust the feet studs until the bed and ways are in alignment as shown by precision machinist's levels.

Figure 6. Leveling feet and screws.

When lifting, you must move the carriage and tailstock to the right and lock into place as shown in Figure 7 to provide counter-balance. Make sure the slings or chains are routed so when the lathe is lifted and the chains or straps are tight, the control rod, lead screw, or feed rod are not bent.

Remember, the headstock carries most of the weight of this machine (see Figure 7) for safe chain or strap routing and connection. Double check weight ratings and connections of the lifting system, cables, chains pins, and clevis links before lifting and moving the lathe to your prepared location. Do not attempt to lift or move this lathe if you are unsure about any aspect. Seek assistance from a professional rigger if required.

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Cleanup

The unpainted surfaces are coated with a waxy oil to protect them from corrosion during ship ment. Remove this protective coating with a sol vent cleaner or citrus-based degreaser such as Grizzly’s G7895 Degreaser. To clean thoroughly, some parts may need to be removed.

For opti mum performance from your machine, make sure you clean all moving parts or sliding con-

tact surfaces that are coated. Avoid chlorine based solvents, such as acetone or brake parts cleaner, as they will damage painted surfaces and strip metal should they come in contact. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using any type of cleaning product.

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 ingest ed. Lack of ventilation while using these sol vents could cause seri ous personal health risks or fire. Take precautions from this hazard by only using cleaning solvents in a well ventilated area.

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Test Run

NOTICE

Check all oil levels and lubrication points before starting lathe. Premature wear will result on moving parts not lubricated!

Once you have read this manual and taken all safety precautions, you are ready to complete this test run. If, during the test run, you cannot easily locate the source of an unusual noise or vibration, stop running the machine immediately, and refer Troubleshooting on Page 57 for a solution.

If you still cannot remedy a problem, contact our Tech Support at (570) 546-9663 for assistance.

To setup the lathe for the test run:

1. DISCONNECT THE LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Make sure that the belts are adjusted (refer to V-Belt Service on Page 63).

3. Make sure that the brake linkage is adjusted (refer to Brake and Switch on Page 63).

4. Move the leadscrew/feedrod direction lever to neutral ( Figure 8).

Neutral Position 6. Make sure that the chuck and jaws are secure refer to ( Chuck and Faceplate Mounting on Page 25 and Reversing Jaws on Page 28).

7. Fill the coolant pump reservoir, and switch the pump switch to the OFF position (refer to Coolant System on Page 56).

8. Rotate the red EMERGENCY stop switch knob clockwise until it pops out.

9. Disengage the halfnut and the power feed levers ( Figure 9).

Halfnut Lever Disengaged Neutral Figure 9. Power feed and halfnut levers.

10. Move the spindle ON/OFF lever to the neu tral position.

11. At the rear of the headstock, turn the master power switch to the 1 position ( Figure 10).

Figure 8. Leadscrew/feedrod direction lever.

5. Make sure that the headstock, gearbox, apron, and lead screw reservoir oil levels are full. Follow all lubrication procedures high lighted in Lubrication in the MAINTENANCE section on Page 52 of this manual.

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12. Make sure that all bystanders are out of the way, no tools are in the way, and the chuck key is removed from the chuck.

13. Put on safety glasses, tieback longhair, sleeves and loose clothing.

14. Set the lathe to the slowest RPM. Refer to Spindle Speed on Page 36.

To test run the lathe:

Note: If any of these tests fail, stop the lathe

immediately and refer to the Troubleshooting section on Page 56 for corrections.

1. Turn the work lamp ON and OFF. 2. Point the coolant nozzle into the chip pan, turn the pump switch ON, make sure coolant flows, and then turn the pump switch OFF.

3. Move the spindle ON/OFF lever (Figure 11) downward to start the lathe. Spindle ON/OFF Lever Figure 11. Spindle ON OFF Lever.

4. Observe the oil pump tube sight glass, and make sure oil is being pumped out of the tube as seen through the sight glass ( ately.

Figure 12). If no oil is seen, shut down the lathe immedi Figure 12. Oil pump sight glass.

5. Observe the chuck for rotation. It should be rotating toward you at the top. If it is rotat ing away from you, then you must complete the Changing Motor Rotation procedure on Page 22. Then repeat the entire Test Run procedure.

6. Observe and listen for any abnormal noises or vibration. The lathe should run smoothly with little or no vibration or rubbing noises. 7. Push the foot brake, and the lathe should come to a quick stop. If it has no effect on the lathe, move the spindle ON/OFF lever to the OFF position to stop the lathe.

8. Start the lathe again, and push the EMERGENCY Stop switch and the lathe should stop.

9. Complete the Spindle Brake In procedure on Page 23. The test run is complete.

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Changing Motor Rotation

If the chuck turns away from you at the top of the chuck when the spindle lever is in the down posi tion, but all levers are in the correct position for normal spindle rotation, motor rotation must be reversed. By swapping the position of two of the three motor power supply wires.

To change the direction of the motor:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Remove the main electrical box cover (Figure 13) at the rear of the lathe.

—If your lathe is connected to 220V 3-phase supplied by the power company, swap any two of the 1L1, 1L2, or 1L3 input wires.

—If your lathe is connected to a phase converter for 3-phase power, swap 1L1 and 1L2 input wires ( Figure 13). 1L3 is part of the transformer input circuit (terminals 21 or 22) and should not be swapped. This is because the "Wild Wire" or the "Manufactured Leg" from the phase converter must NOT be connected to the transformer input circuit or transformer and contactor damage will occur.

Disconnect the lathe from power before working on wiring, and get help from an Electrician if you are unsure about your wiring skills and codes. Electrocution or fire could result if this warning is ignored!

Power Input Wire Location 1L1, 1L2, or 1L3. Figure 13. Motor power supply junction block.

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Apron and Spindle Break-in

NOTICE

Failure to follow beak-in procedures will likely cause rapid deterioration of bearings and other related parts.

It is essential to closely follow the proper break-in procedures to ensure trouble free performance. Complete this process once you have familiarized yourself with all instructions in this manual and completed the test run.

To break-in the spindle:

1. Make sure that the headstock, gearbox, apron, and lead screw and feed rod oil bath oil levels show full. Follow all lubrication procedures highlighted in manual.

Lubrication in the MAINTENANCE section on Page 52 of this 2. Make sure there are no obstructions around or underneath the chuck and that the chuck is secured to the spindle. Refer to

Chuck and

Faceplate Mounting on Page 25.

3. Set the spindle speed to the lowest RPM; refer to section Setting RPM on Page 36.

4. Move the headstock and gearbox levers so the feedrod and leadscrew are engaged. Refer to section Using the Thread Cart on Page 41 for lever combinations.

5. Make sure that the halfnut lever is disen gaged, and that the apron and cross feed feed lever is in neutral. Refer to section Power Feed on Page 38 for lever combina tions.

6. Turn the lathe ON and let it run for a minimum of 10 minutes. 7. Turn the lathe OFF, shift the levers to the next highest RPM and repeat LEAVE THE AREA! Steps 5-6 for each RPM setting in both directions. DO NOT Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Spindle Balancing

After the spindle has been broken in, or if the lathe has been used for a considerable amount of time, you should adjust the spindle weights to minimize spindle vibration.

To minimize spindle vibration:

1. Run the lathe for five minutes on the fastest RPM. 2. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

3. Open the side cover, loosen the counter weight set screws ( Figure 14), and reposition one or both counterweights to a new posi tion around the circumference of the spanner nut.

4. Close the side cover, reconnect to power, restart the lathe, and run at 1600 RPM.

5. Place your hand on the headstock cover and feel for harmonic vibration.

6. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 until any vibration is reduced to its minimum.

7. Now, repeat Steps 2 through 5 at 1100 RPM until any vibration is reduced to its minimum.

Figure 14. Spindle counterweights.

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SECTION 4: OPERATIONS

Operation Safety General

Damage to your eyes, lungs, and ears 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 cloth ing could get caught in machinery and cause seri ous personal injury. Keep loose clothing and long hair away from moving machinery.

NOTICE

Failure to follow test-run and brake-in pro cedures will likely cause rapid deteriora tion of bearings and other related parts.

The Model G0600 will perform many types of operations that are beyond the scope of this man ual. Many of these operations can be dangerous or deadly if performed incorrectly.

The instructions in this section are written with the understanding that the operator has the necessary knowledge and skills to operate this machine.

If at any time you are experiencing difficulties performing any operation, stop

using the machine! If you are an inexperienced operator, we strongly recommend that you read books, trade articles, or seek training from an experienced lathe opera tor before performing any unfamiliar operations.

Above all, your safety should come first!

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Chuck and Faceplate Mounting

The Model G0600 is shipped with the 3-jaw chuck installed. This is a scroll-type chuck, meaning that all three jaws move in unison when adjusted. The 4-jaw chuck, on the other hand, features independent jaws. This chuck is used for square or unevenly-shaped stock.

If either chuck cannot hold your workpiece, the cast-iron faceplate has slots for T-bolts that hold standard or custom clamping hardware. With the correct clamping hardware, this faceplate will hold non-cylindrical parts such as castings.

The chucks and faceplate have a D-8 Camlock mount. Please note that there are lines stamped into the cam and on the chuck body. A chuck key is used to turn the locking cams ( Figure 16) to secure/unsecure the chuck/faceplate.

To remove a chuck or faceplate:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Place a piece of plywood across the lathe ways and position it just under the chuck. The board should be at least 8" wide and 10" long.

3. Turn a cam with the chuck key until the cam lock mark aligns with the cam release datum line shown in

Figure 16.

Cam Release Datum Line Cam Lock Mark

OFF The chuck is heavy and is awkward to han dle. Always protect the ways when remov ing or installing a chuck, and make sure

that you make a support cradle (Figure 15), lifting hoist, or that you have an assis-

tant when installing or removing chucks. Ignoring this warning may lead to a severe crushing or amputation injury!

Figure 16. Cam and lock marks.

4. Unlock the other cams in the same manner. Make sure to support the chuck as you align the last cam. The chuck may come off at this point, so

it is important that the weight is supported by an adequate chuck cradle.

5. Remove the chuck key.

—If the chuck is still tight on the spindle, tap the back of the chuck with a rubber or wood mallet while supporting the bottom of the chuck. —If the chuck does not immediately come off, rotate the spindle approximately 60˚ and tap again. Make sure all the marks on the cams and spindle are in proper alignment.

Figure 15. Wooden chuck support cradle.

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To install a chuck or faceplate:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Place a piece of plywood across the lathe ways and position it just under the chuck. 3. With the help of a hoist or with an assistant, place the chuck on the cradle. Note: If installing the 4-jaw chuck, use the

provided lifting eye ( Figure 17) to attach a lifting cable or chain.

6. Align the chuck-to-spindle timing marks ( Figure 19), and slide the chuck onto the spindle.

7. Turn a camlock with the chuck key until the cam line falls between the " V" marks Figure

18.

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Cam Release Datum Line Cam Lock Mark Figure 17. Lifting eye.

4. Make sure the chuck taper and spindle taper mating surfaces are perfectly clean.

5. Inspect and make sure that all camlock studs are undamaged, are clean and lightly oiled, and that the camlock stud cap screws are in place and snug.

NOTICE

Never install a chuck or faceplate without having the camlock cap screws in place or fully tightened. If you ignore this notice, once installed the chuck may never be able to be removed since the camlock studs will turn with the camlocks and never release.

V's Figure 18. Cam and lock marks.

8. Lock the other cams in a star pattern so the chuck is drawn up evenly on all sides without any chance of misalignment. Note: If any of the cam lock marks (Figure 18)

do not fall between the " V" marks when the cam lock is tight, you must adjust the offend ing camlock stud as discussed in

Camlock

Stud Adjustment on Page 27.

9. Remove the chuck key.

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Camlock Stud Adjustment

When fitting a chuck or face plate with camlock studs, or when mounting a new chuck or face plate, it may be necessary to adjust the camlock studs. In order to properly install or adjust one or more camlock studs, you must remove a stud locking cap screw, then thread the camlock stud in or out until the line on the side of the stud is flush with the top of the chuck casting ( Figure 19). This is an initial adjustment. When you place the chuck onto the lathe spindle, you may find that one or more camlocks do not fully point between the " V" marks on the chuck.

Initial Adjustment: Camlock Stud Alignment Groove is Flush with Chuck Surface Camlock Stud Camlock Cap Screw is Tight But Camlock Stud Can Still Rotate Back and Forth Slightly If this is the case, you will have to remove the chuck and fine-tune the camlock stud adjustment. See Figure 19 for which direction to turn the camlock studs.

Once you have adjusted the camlock studs, install the chuck or faceplate as outlined in "To install chuck or faceplate" on Page 26.

NOTICE

Never install a chuck or faceplate without having the camlock cap screws in place or fully tightened. If you ignore this notice, the chuck may never be able to be removed since the camlock studs will turn with the camlocks and never release.

CHUCK Chuck-to-Spindle Timing Mark

INCORRECT CORRECT INCORRECT

Turn Stud Out One Turn Cam Release Datum Turn Stud In One Turn Between Arrows Figure 19. Camlock stud alignment.

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Reversing Jaws

To reverse the jaws:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Unbolt, then flip the jaw as shown in Figures 20-23, then re-tighten.

Figure 22. Reversing jaw step 3.

Figure 20. Reversing jaw step 1.

Figure 23. Reversing jaw step 4.

3. Repeat these steps for the other two jaws.

Figure 21. Reversing jaw step 2.

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Gap Removal

Your lathe has a gap section below the spindle that can be removed for turning large diameter parts. This gap was installed, then ground at the factory during lathe assembly for precise fit and alignment. Factors during the remaining assem bly apply additional forces to the gap; therefore, replacing the gap to the original position will be very difficult.

We don't recommend removing the gap. Reinstallation to exact factory align ment is nearly impossible. The only option is to then leave the gap out.

To remove the gap:

1. Remove four cap screws from the bottom of the gap and two from the ends of the ways (see Figure 24). Bed and Way Cap Screws Figure 24. Lathe gap and pin puller setup.

2. Remove the set screw plug, and assemble an M6-1 x 30 cap screw, 6mm flat washer, and the gap pin puller hub shown in Figure 24.

3. Thread the cap screw into the threaded hole and tighten until the pin is pulled free of the gap and bed.

4. Repeat on the remaining pin.

5. Tap the outside of the gap with a dead blow hammer to loosen, and remove the gap sec tion. Quill Feed

Tailstock

Tailstock Lock Quill Lock Figure 25. Tailstock and quill lock handles in locked position.

The tailstock ( Figure 25) of the Model G0600 lathe can be used to support workpieces with the use of a live or dead center. It can drill or bore holes in the center of a part, using a drill bit and chuck, or MT#5 tapered shank drill bit. The tailstock can also be used for cutting shallow tapers by using the offset adjustment.

To use the tailstock:

1. Pull up on the lock handle.

2. Slide the tailstock to the desired position.

3. Push the tailstock lock handle to lock the tailstock in place.

To use the tailstock quill:

1. With the tailstock locked, pull up on the quill lock lever to unlock.

2. Turn the quill feed handle clockwise to feed/ move the quill towards the spindle, or turn counterclockwise to move the quill away from the spindle.

3. Push the quill lock lever down to lock the quill in place.

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Aligning Tailstock

To align the tailstock:

1. Using a precision level, make sure the bedways are level side-to-side and front-to back. If the lathe is not level, shim the lathe base as required before proceeding.

2. Get two pieces of steel round stock that are 2" diameter x 6" inches long.

3. Center drill both ends of one piece of the round stock. Set the round stock aside for use in

Step 6.

4. Using the other piece of stock, make a dead center by turning a shoulder to make a shank. Flip the piece over in the chuck and turn a 60º point ( Figure 26). Note: As long as the dead center remains in

the chuck, the point of your center will remain true to the spindle axis. But remember the point will have to be refinished whenever it is removed and returned to the chuck.

5. Place the live center in the tailstock.

6. Attach a lathe dog to the round stock and mount it between the centers

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7. Turn approximately 0.010" off the diameter.

8. Mount a dial indicator so the plunger is on the tailstock barrel before moving the tailstock.

9. Measure the stock diameter with a microm eter. — If the diameter is thicker at the tailstock end, move the tailstock toward you half of the diameter ( Figures 27). — If the diameter is thinner at the tailstock end, move the tailstock away from you half the distance of the diameter ( Figure 28).

Move tailstock toward front of lathe 1 / 2 the amount of taper.

Looking down from above.

Figure 27. Tailstock adjustment option #1.

Looking down from above.

Figure 26. Chuck centering the dead center.

Move tailstock toward back of lathe 1 / 2 the amount of taper.

Figure 28. Tailstock adjustment option #2.

10. Turn another 0.010" off of the diameter and check for a taper. Repeat until the desired amount of accuracy is achieved.

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Drilling with Tailstock

To install the tapered drill chuck:

1. With the tailstock locked, pull up to unlock the quill lock lever.

2. Turn the quill feed handle clockwise to extend the quill about one inch.

3. Insert a tapered drill arbor (Figure 29), or the tapered drill shank ( Figure 30), into the quill until the taper is firmly seated. The matching tapers hold the arbor.

4. Turn the quill feed handle clockwise to feed the drill bit into the rotating workpiece.

5. To remove the chuck taper, turn the quill feed handle counterclockwise until the chuck is pushed out from the tailstock taper.

Cutting Tapers with Tailstock

The tailstock can be offset to cut a taper.

To offset the tailstock:

1. Lock the tailstock in position, and loosen the jack screw located just above the adjustment screw ( Figures 31 and 32).

2. When the offset is achieved, snug the jack screw that you have been turning counter clockwise, and then snug opposite jack screw.

Figure 29. Typical tailstock chuck installation.

Left Side Jack Screw Scale Figure 31. Tailstock off-set adjustments.

Figure 30. Typical tailstock tapered drill bit installation.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) Turn CCW Turn CW Turn CW Turn CCW Figure 32. Jack screw adjustment verses tailstock movement.

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Centers

The dead center is used in the tailstock to support workpieces. When used in the tailstock, make sure to keep the dead center tip and workpiece lubricated. This lathe is supplied with two MT#5 dead cen ters–one is HSS and one is carbide tipped. The supplied MT#5-#7 sleeve fits into the spindle taper to hold the MT#7 center.

To install a dead or live center:

1. Feed the quill out about 1" so that the dead center can be inserted.

2. Insert the dead center into the quill opening. Matching tapers provide the locking action (see Figure 33).

The dead center can also be used in the spindle. The most common application is when using the faceplate (see Figure 34).

To install the dead center in the spindle:

1. Remove the chuck from the spindle.

2. Install the dead center in the spindle sleeve.

3. Install the sleeve and center into the spindle opening.

4. Attach the faceplate to the spindle.

Note: When using the dead center in the

spindle, use a lathe dog so that your part will rotate with the spindle and not spin on the dead center tip.

Figure 33. Inserting dead center.

3. Move the tailstock into position and lock in place with the tailstock lock lever.

4. Feed the quill into the workpiece. Note: Make sure there is a center drilled hole

in the end of workpiece for the dead center.

5. Lock the quill into place once the live center and the part rotate together. The quill may need to be adjusted during operation. 6. To remove the dead center, retract the quill until the dead center pops free.

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NOTICE

Failure to keep dead center point well lubricated will damage dead center and workpiece.

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Steady Rest

The steady rest serves as a support for long shafts (length to diameter ratio of 3:1 or greater). The steady rest can be placed anywhere along the length of the workpiece.

To install/use the steady rest:

1. With a helper, carefully place the steady rest on the lathe bedways so the triangular notch fits over the angled portion of the rear bedway.

2. Loosen the three thumb knobs so the finger positions can be adjusted (see Figure 35).

Hand Knob 3. Loosen the hand lock knob and open the steady rest so a workpiece can fit inside of the fingers (see Figure 36).

Hand Lock Knob Finger Thumb Knobs Figure 35. Steady rest adjustments.

Figure 36. Hand lock knob.

4. Position the steady rest where desired. Tighten the hex nut at the base of the steady rest to secure it in place.

5. Close the steady rest so that the workpiece is inside the fingers and tighten the hand knob.

6. Set fingers snug to the workpiece and secure by tightening the three thumb knobs. Fingers should be snug and allow rotational move ment of the workpiece. Lubricate the finger bearings with oil during operation.

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Follow Rest

The follow rest in Figure 37 is mounted on the saddle and follows the movement of the tool. The follow rest requires only two fingers as the cut ting tool acts as the third. The follow rest is used on long, slender parts to prevent flexing of the workpiece from the pressure of the cutting tool. It should be used when the workpiece length to diameter ratio is 3:1 or greater.

The sliding fingers are set similar to those of the steady rest—free of play but not binding. Always lubricate during operation. Remove the follow rest from the saddle when not in use. After prolonged use, the fingers will need to be milled or filed to cleanup the contact surface.

Setting Compound Slide

The compound slide is used to cut tapers on parts or to set the proper infeed angle when threading. It may also be used to cut specific lengths longitu dinally, when set parallel to the spindle axis.

The compound slide handwheel has a graduated dial for precise inch feed increments. The base of the compound slide has a graduated scale for angular setup.

To set the angular position:

1. Loosen the two cap screws, one on each side of the compound slide (see Figure 38).

Cap Screw Compound Slide -34 Figure 37. Follow rest attachment.

Figure 38. Compound slide set at an angle.

2. Rotate the compound slide to the desired angular position. Use the scale at the base of the slide and the indicator marks on the carriage to set the position.

3. Tighten the two cap screws. Be sure to not overtighten, as you may strip threads. Note: It is nessary to install your 60° degree

tool bit and set it and the compound rest so it is perfectly perpendicular to a workpiece. Then using a protractor offset the compound rest to 29.5° degrees and mark the location on the cross slide. You will then have a quick refrence point for setting the ofset angle for cutting threads.

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Quick Change Tool Post

This 500 series quick change tool post allows for speedy tool changes. Tool registration and index ing is also fast and easy with the knurled jack screw assembly. The tool post is precision ground and hardened. The internal mechanism is a piston type design that locks the tool holder in place with superior rigidity ( Figure 39).

Foot Brake

The Model G0600 lathe comes equipped with a foot brake (see Figure 40). The foot brake is intended to be used primarily as a time saving tool. The best method for using the foot brake is turn the spindle lever OFF, then step on the foot brake partially to stop the spindle.

Fully pushing the footbrake while the spindle is ON will kill the power to the motor and bring the spindle to a stop. Stopping the spindle in this manner is harder on the lathe gearbox, brake pad, and belts. This type of brake application should be reserved for panic situations. Once stopped, the spindle lever will then need to be returned to the neutral position.

Note: Do not confuse this feature with the emer-

gency stop button. The emergency stop button cuts power to the machine and does not apply the brake. This button must be reset to restore power to the lathe.

Spindle ON/OFF Lever Figure 39. Tool holder and tool post.

Foot Brake Figure 40. Foot brake and spindle ON/OFF lever.

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Setting Spindle RPM

The spindle speed dial positions the headstock gears in one of three speed modes. In each mode, there are two speeds in low range and two speeds in high range. The range lever selects high or low range, and the range splitting lever selects one of the two remaining speeds within that range.

The range lever is used to select a set of high or low range spindle speeds from one of the three spindle speed modes shown on the spindle speed dial.

The range splitting lever is used to select the final spindle speed from the set of high or low range speeds selected by the range lever.

To find and set the spindle RPM:

1. Use the table in Figure 41 to determine the cutting speed for your workpiece.

Cutting Speeds for High Speed Steel (HSS) Cutting Tools

Workpiece Material Cutting Speed (sfm) Aluminum & Alloys Brass & Bronze 300 150 Copper Cast Iron, Soft Cast Iron, Hard 100 80 50 Mild Steel Cast Steel Alloy Steel, hard Tool Steel 90 80 40 50 Stainless Steel Titanium 60 50 Plastics 300-800 Wood

more detailed information.

300-500 Note: For carbide cutting tools, double the cut-

ting speed. These values are a guideline only. Refer to the MACHINERY'S HANDBOOK for

Figure 41. Cutting speed table for HSS cutting tools.

-36 2. Determine the final diameter, in inches, for the cut you are about to take. Note: For this step you will need to aver-

age out the diameters or work with the finish diameter for your calculations.

3. Use the following formula to determine the needed RPM for your operation: With the calculated RPM, let us say it needs to be 80 RPM. So the headstock levers must be moved to the appropriate X or Y and H or L positions. Note: You may need to rotate the spindle by

hand or use the jog button to get the levers to properly engage.

4. Move the spindle speed dial so the red dia mond on the dial lines up with the red dia mond point on the headstock. Both diamonds should be at the 12:00 O'clock position ( Figure 43). The RPMs available now are low: 25, 80; and high: 235, 700.

5. Move the spindle range lever to L (Low Range) as shown in Figure 42. The RPMs available now are low: 25, 80.

6. Move the range splitting lever to X as shown in Figure 42. The final spindle RPMs is 80.

Failure to follow RPM and feed rate guide lines may threaten operator safety from ejected parts or broken tools.

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Figure 42. Range levers.

X + L = 80 RPM

Figure 43. Spindle speed lever in left position.

Figure 44. Spindle speed lever in central position—55, 170, 525,1600 RPMs available.

Figure 45. Spindle speed lever in right position —35, 120, 350,1100 RPMs available.

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Manual Feed

You can manually move the cutting tool around the lathe by three methods. This section will review the individual controls on the carriage and provide descriptions of their uses (see

Figure

46).

Cross slide Handwheel Compound Slide Handwheel Longitudinal Handwheel Figure 46. Carriage Controls.

Longitudinal Handwheel

The longitudinal handwheel moves the carriage left or right along the bed. This control is help ful when setting up the machine for turning or when manual movement is desired during turning operations.

Cross Slide Handwheel

The cross slide handwheel moves the top slide toward and away from the work. Turning the dial clockwise moves the slide toward the workpiece. The graduated dial can be adjusted by holding the handwheel with one hand and turning the dial with the other.

Compound Slide Handwheel

The compound slide handwheel controls the posi tion of the cutting tool relative to the workpiece. The compound slide is adjustable for any angle within its range. The graduated dial is adjustable using the same method as the dial on the cross slide. Angle adjustment is secured by cap screws on the base of the compound slide.

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Power Feed

NOTICE

Feed rate is based on spindle RPM. High feed rates combined with high spindle speeds result in a rapidly moving carriage or cross slide. Pay close attention to the feed rate you have chosen and keep your hand poised over the ON/OFF switch. Failure to take this precaution can lead to carriage and chuck crash.

For either cross or longitudinal feed, move the power feed lever on the apron in the directions indicated by the placard ( feed rate.

Figure 47), and then move the feed direction lever ( Figure 48) to select feed direction. Remember, all directions reverse when spindle rotation is reversed. Refer to the Using the Thread Chart on Page 41 to learn how to shift the lathe in order to get a specific Cross Feed Neutral Longitudinal Feed Figure 47. Power feed lever positions.

Figure 48. Feed direction lever.

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Four-Position Apron Stop

Use the four-position apron stop for disengaging the apron automatically at up to four different apron locations. You can tighten the eccentrics in place on the rod, each at different rotated positions, so each eccentric corresponds with a number on the dial. Then, depending which number you turn the stop selection dial ( Figure 49) to, the rod will align the toe of the stop eccentric where you want the apron to stop. When the apron reaches that point, the crown of the stop eccentric will depress the clutch release lever and disengage the apron from the feed rod, thus stopping the apron.

Apron Stop Eccentric Clutch Release

NOTICE

Every time you readjust the stop eccen trics, always manually test your apron stop setting before you rely on apron stop sys-

tem to automatically disengage the apron.

NOTICE

This four-position apron stop system is only made to disengage the apron from the feed rod. When the lead screw is engaged for threading operations, the four-position apron stop will not disengage the apron— you must manually disengage the apron from the feed rod with the half nut lever or the apron will crash into the chuck.

Stop Selection Dial Figure 49. Four-position apron stop.

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Starting Lathe

Starting and stopping the lathe requires a couple of steps. First, the master switch ( Figure 50) on the back of the lathe must be turned to the " 1" position "ON", the green power lamp (Figure 51) will light. Move the spindle ON/OFF lever ( Figure 52) to start and stop spindle and chuck rotation. Spindle ON/OFF Lever Figure 50. Master switch.

Note: If you press the emergency stop button

now, the power light will go out and cut power to the motor and spindle ON/OFF lever. Twisting the emergency stop button and letting it pop out will

restore power for all lathe operations. Emergency Stop Figure 52. Spindle ON/OFF Lever.

To slow a free wheeling chuck to a stop without cutting power to the motor, partially press the foot brake ( Figure 53) down. To stop the chuck and kill all power to the motor and controls as fast as possible in an emergency situation, push the brake down completely. Once stopped, the spindle lever will then need to be returned to the neutral position.

Foot Brake Power Lamp Figure 53. Foot brake.

Figure 51. Power light.

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Using the Thread Chart

This lathe comes with one 48-tooth and two 57-tooth change gears installed for cutting inch or metric threads. For cutting dimetrial or modu lar pitch threads, certain gears must be replaced and repositioned (refer to

Dimetrial and Modular

Pitch Threading on Page 42). Example: To cut a modular pitch thread of 0.5, the threading chart in Figure 56 indicates that you must change the gears into the ( W) mode shown, and move the levers and dials to positions I, C, F, S, and 4 (Figures 54 and 55). To cut inch and metric threads, or to use the chart for the X and Y power feed rates, the change gears must be changed to the ( V) mode. Refer to Inch and Metric Pitch Threading on Page 44.

48 57 48 66 57 57 42 Figure 54. Headstock controls.

0.5

Modular Pitch Thread is Achieved Figure 55. Gearbox controls. Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) Figure 56. Threading chart.

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Dimetrial and Modular Pitch Threading

3. Put on your safety glasses, and using a 14mm wrench, remove the center spindle and gear assembly ( Figure 58).

Spindle 57-Tooth

NOTICE

Some threading operations may damage the lead screw if performed at high speeds. Always use the slowest speed possible for your particular operation!

66-Tooth This lathe comes with one 48-Tooth and two 57-Tooth change gears installed for cutting inch or metric threads. However for cutting dimetrial or modular threads the lower 57-Tooth gear must be replaced with the included 42-Tooth gear, and the 66-Tooth gear must be installed onto the shoulder of the center 57-Tooth gear ( Figure 57). Gear positions must also be changed.

To setup the lathe to cut dimetrial or modular pitch threads:

1. DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!

2. Open the side cover and familiarize your self with the orientation of the change gears ( Figure 57).

Bolt Hole Shoulder Figure 58. Center spindle, 57-tooth gear, and 66-tooth gear.

4. Using retaining ring pliers, remove the retain ing ring from the spindle ( Figure 59).

Spindle Center Race Retaining Ring 48-Tooth Gear (Upper Spindle) 57-Tooth Gear Center Spindle Adjustment Arm Locknut 57-Tooth Gear (Lower Spindle) Figure 57. Change gear setup for inch and metric thread cutting.

-42 57-Tooth 66-Tooth Figure 59. Spindle and center gear assy.

5. Use a press to remove and flip the direction of the spindle, then install the retaining ring. Note: You must use a press and a collar

that will support the inner bearing race when removing the spindle from the gear. Do not use a hammer and punch to drive the spindle from the gear assembly or you will damage

the ball bearings. Note: When finished, and installed back on

the lathe, the spindle must hold the 66-tooth

gear outward as shown in ( Figure 63). 6. Place the bore of the 66-tooth gear onto the shoulder of the 57-tooth gear, and align the three bolt holes ( Figure 58) of the gears.

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7. Thread the three M6-1 x 25 cap screws into the gears so the cap screws act as guide dowels allowing the gears to slide together without binding. Do not use a hammer to seat the gear. 8. Press the two gears together and tighten the three cap screws ( Figure 59).

9. Remove the 57-tooth gear (Figure 57).

10. Slide the 42-tooth gear onto the lower spindle, install the shoulder washer on the spindle so the shoulder faces the gear ( Figure 60), and install the cap screw.

13. Using a 24mm wrench, loosen the adjust ment arm locknut ( Figure 62), and let the adjustment arm swing away. Center Gear Assembly Center Spindle Adjustment Arm and Locknut Shoulder Figure 60. Shoulder washer positioning.

11. Using the 6mm hex wrench, remove the upper spindle cap screw, spacer washer, the 48-tooth gear, and the spacer ( Figure 57). 12. With the shoulder of the 48-toothed gear facing the bearing seal ( Figure 61), slide the gear back onto the shaft, then install the spacer, spacer washer and cap screw. Shoulder Seal Figure 62. Center gear adjustment arm.

14. Install the center gear and spindle onto the adjustment arm, then finger tighten the spin dle.

15. Move the center gear and adjustment arm assembly, then tighten the spindle and adjust ment arm lock nut so all gears mesh and have 0.0015" to 0.004" of backlash.

16. Rotate the gears by hand to make sure no binding occurs, and then paint the gear teeth with general purpose automotive grease.

17. When you are finished, make sure the gear arrangement matches the ( W) mode arrange ment shown in

Figure 56.

18. Close the side cover and refer to the Threading Chart on Page 41 for how to shift your lathe to the appropriate feed or thread pitch.

Figure 61. Upper spindle gear positioning.

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Inch and Metric Pitch Threading

NOTICE

Always use the slowest speed possible for threading, and avoid deep cuts or you may not be able to disengage the half nut to prvent an apron crash!

If the lathe has been previously setup to cut dimetrial or modular pitch threads, you must rein stall the 57-Tooth gear on the lower spindle and remove the 66-Tooth gear on the middle spindle, and change certain gear positions.

To setup the lathe to cut inch and metric pitch threads: 1. DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!

2. Open the side cover and familiarize your self with the orientation of the change gears ( Figure 63).

48-Tooth Gear (Upper Spindle) 66-Tooth Gear (Center Spindle) 57-Tooth Gear (Lower Spindle) 57-Tooth Gear (Center Spindle) Adjustment Arm Locknut 3. Put on your safety glasses, and using a 14mm wrench, remove the center spindle and gear assembly ( Figure 63).

4. Using retaining ring pliers, remove the retain ing ring from the spindle ( Figure 64).

5. Use a press to remove and flip the direction of the spindle and reinstall the retaining ring. Note: You must use a press and a collar

that will support the inner bearing race when removing the spindle from the gear. Do not use a hammer and punch to drive the spindle from the gear assembly or you will damage

the ball bearings. Center Race Retaining Ring Spindle Cap Screw 57-Tooth 66-Tooth Figure 64. Spindle and center gear assy.

6. Remove the three M6-1 x 25 cap screws that hold the two gears together.

7. Protect the spindle and clamp it in a vise.

8. Carefully, using two #3 flat tip screwdriv ers inserted between the gears at opposing directions, work the 66-tooth gear off of the shoulder of the 57-tooth gear. Do not use a hammer to separate the gears. 9. Use the 6mm hex wrench and remove the lower spindle cap screw, shoulder washer, and the 42-tooth gear ( Figure 63).

Figure 63. Change gear setup for dimetrial and modular thread cutting.

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10. Slide the 57-tooth gear onto the lower spindle, install the shoulder washer on the spindle so the shoulder faces the gear ( Figure 65), and install the cap screw. Shoulder 13. Using a 24mm wrench, loosen the adjust ment arm locknut ( Figure 67), and let the adjustment arm swing away. Adjustment Arm Locknut Adjustment Arm Figure 65. Shoulder washer positioning.

11. Using the 6mm hex wrench, remove the upper spindle cap screw, spacer washer, the 48-tooth gear, and the spacer ( Figure 63). 12. Slide the spacer onto the spindle, then the 48-toothed gear with the shoulder facing the spacer ( Figure 66). Install the spacer wash er, and secure with the cap screw.

Shoulder Spacer Figure 66. Upper spindle gear and spacer positioning.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) Spindle Center Gear Assembly Figure 67. Center gear adjustment arm.

14. Install the center gear and spindle onto the adjustment arm, then finger tighten the spin dle.

15. Move the center gear and adjustment arm assembly, then tighten the spindle and adjust ment arm lock nut so all gears mesh and have 0.0015" to 0.004" of backlash.

16. Rotate the gears by hand to make sure no binding occurs, and then paint the gear teeth with general purpose automotive grease.

17. When you are finished, make sure the gear arrangement matches the ( V) mode arrange ment shown in

Figure 56.

18. Close the side cover and refer to the Threading Chart on Page 41 for how to shift your lathe to the appropriate feed or thread pitch.

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Thread Dial

This lathe is equipped with a thread dial that lets you know where on the leadscrew you can re-engage the halfnut to resume inch threading. However, since the leadscrew is a 4 TPI, then the thread dial is not needed for any thread that is divisible by 4. Refer to the Indicator Table in Figure 68 and see Figure 69 for dial locations.

For metric dimetrial and modular threading, the thread dial is not used and you must leave the halfnut lever engaged until the threading job is complete.

NOTICE

Always use the slowest speed possible for threading, and avoid deep cuts or you may not be able to disengage the half nut to pre vent an apron crash!

For fractional TPI and 23 TPI: Numbers 2 or 4, 1 or 3, or any two opposing marks can be used.

For 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 19, 27 odd TPI and even 26 TPI: Any four grouped numbers or marks can be used.

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Number of teeth on the thread dial drive gear.

For all other even numbered TPI: Any number or mark can be used. Note: Since the leadscrew is a 4 TPI, then the thread dial is not needed for any thread that is divisible by 4.

Figure 69. Thread dial use.

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ACCESSORIES

SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES

This section includes the most common accessories available for this lathe through the Grizzly catalog, online at www.grizzly.com, or by calling 1-800-523-4777.

G7895—Citrus Degreaser

This citrus based degreaser is perfect for cleaning cosmolene 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.

G2871—Boeshield G2870—Boeshield ® ® T-9 12 oz Spray T-9 4 oz Spray

This ozone friendly protective spray penetrates deep and really holds up against corrosive envi ronments. Lubricates metals for months and is safe for use on most paints, plastics, and vinyls. Figure 70. G7895 Citrus Degreaser.

Basic Eye Protection

T20501—Face Shield Crown Protector 4" T20502—Face Shield Crown Protector 7" T20503—Face Shield Window T20451—“Kirova” Clear Safety Glasses T20452—“Kirova” Anti-Reflective S. Glasses H7194—Bifocal Safety Glasses 1.5

H7195—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.0

H7196—Bifocal Safety Glasses 2.5

T20502 T20452 T20503

Figure 72. Boeshield ® T-9 spray.

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 cor rosion and leaves no gummy residue.

Figure 73. G96 ® Gun Treatment spray.

H7194 T20451

Figure 71. Eye protection assortment.

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H7938—Quick Change Collet Closer

This Quick Change Collet Closer allows you to quickly interchange parts on your Model G0600 Metal-Cutting Lathe. The positive-locking handle clamps standard 5-C collets safely and securely for precision turning.

See the current Grizzly catalog for a full line of 5-C collets.

G1238—Precision 5-C Collet Set

This 15 piece 5-C collet set is made from high grade collet steel and precision ground to exact ing tolerances. Figure 74. H7938 Quick Change Collet Closer.

H9737—Taper Attachment for the G0600 Lathe.

The Model H7937 mounts to the back of the car riage and bed way to produce accurate tapers without repositioning. Figure 76. 15 Piece 5-C Collet Set.

H3741—30 HP/25 HP Start, Phase Converter

Add 3-phase electrical supply with this rota ry phase converter! Operate single or multiple motors, transformers, and resistance loads at 100% power and 95% efficiency while saving big dollars at cheaply metered, single-phase electri cal rates. For application assistance, please call our technical support group at (570) 546-9663.

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Figure 77. Rotary Phase Converter Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

H2670—HSS Square Tool Bits ½" x ½" x 4

Our ground tool bits are M-2 HSS, making them some of the most durable tool bits around. Make your own specialized cutters in any shape using a silicon carbide grinding wheel (G8235-37) on your grinder.

G9777—20-Pc. Carbide Tipped Tool Bit Set

An exceptional value for carbide lathe tool bits! This twenty-piece set offers tremendous savings over bits sold individually, plus every type is dupli cated and ready at hand when you need it. The carbide is C-6 grade for cutting steel and alloys.

Figure 78. H2670 HSS Square Tool Bits.

H5687—8-Pc. Pre-Ground Tool Bit Set

Tired of grinding your blank high speed steel tool bits? We've done it for you! 8-pc set comes with these sharpened profiles: offset right and left hand tools with chip breaker, straight and chip breaker style threading tools, internal threading tool, part ing tool, boring tool and turning tool. These tool bits are evenly hardened to better than 64C.

Figure 80. G9777 20 Pc. Carbide Tool Set.

G5640—5-Pc. Indexable Carbide Tool Set ½" G6706—Replacement TiN Coated Carbide Indexable Insert

Five-piece turning tool set features indexable car bide inserts with "spline" type hold-down screw that allow indexing without removing the screw. Each set includes AR, AL, BR, BL, and E style tools with carbide inserts, hex wrench, extra hold down screws and a wooden case.

Figure 79. H5687 Pre-Ground Tool Bit Set.

Figure 81. G5640 5 Pc. Indexable Tool Set.

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H5930—HSS Center Drill Set 60° H5931—HSS Center Drill Set 82°

Double ended HSS center drills, are precision ground for unsurpassed accuracy. Each set includes sizes 1-4.

H7504—6 Pc. Square 5-C Collet Set

H7505—7 Pc. Hex 5-C Collet Set

Whether you’re using a spin indexer, collet closer on a lathe or grinding fixture on your surface grind er, eventually you are going to need to hold hex or square stock. These two sets feature hardened and ground bodies and sizes that fit most needs. The H7504 square set has sizes: 1 ⁄ 8 ", 1 ⁄ 4 ", 3 ⁄ 8 ", 1 ⁄ 2 ", 5 ⁄ 8 " and 3 ⁄ 4 ". The H7505 hex collet set has sizes: 1 ⁄ 8 ", 1 ⁄ 4 ", 3 ⁄ 8 ", 1 ⁄ 2 ", 5 ⁄ 8 ", 3 ⁄ 4 " and 7 ⁄ 8 ".

H7504 6 PIECE SQUARE

Figure 82. HSS Center Drills.

H6499—Brass 5-C Emergency Collet H6500—Nylon 5-C Emergency Collet H7500—Steel 5-C Emergency Collet

Emergency collets to the rescue! We offer three styles of collets to get you out of a bind and back to work! Available in steel, brass and nylon, our 5-C collets are easy to machine to the size you need for holding delicate parts, odd sized tooling or your greatest challenge. (The steel collets have annealed faces and bores.) Minimum diameters are less than 0.085". Every busy shop should have a few of these on hand.

H6499 H7505 7 PIECE HEX

Figure 84. 5-C Hex and Square Collets.

H2987—½" Bent Lathe Dog H2988—1" Bent Lathe Dog H2989—1½" Bent Lathe Dog H2990—2" Bent Lathe Dog H2991—3" Bent Lathe Dog

Just the thing for precision machining between centers! These bent tail lathe dogs are made of durable cast iron and feature square head bolts.

H7500 H6500

Figure 83. 5-C Emergency Collets -50 Figure 85. H2987-91 Lathe Dogs.

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MODEL H4456 H4457 H4458 H4459 H4460 H4461 H4462 H4463 SIZE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BODY DIA.

1 ⁄ 8 " 3 ⁄ 16 " 1 ⁄ 4 " 5 ⁄ 16 " 7 ⁄ 16 " 1 ⁄ 2 " 5 ⁄ 8 " 3 ⁄ 4 " DRILL DIA.

3 ⁄ 64 " 5 ⁄ 64 " 7 ⁄ 64 " 1 ⁄ 8 " 3 ⁄ 16 " 7 ⁄ 32 " 1 ⁄ 4 " 5 ⁄ 16 " OVERALL LENGTH 1 1 ⁄ 4 " 1 7 ⁄ 8 " 2" 2 1 ⁄ 8 " 2 3 ⁄ 4 " 3" 3 1 ⁄ 4 " 3 1 ⁄ 2 "

These high speed steel center drills are precision ground for unsurpassed accuracy.

G9245—MT4 Live Center Set

A super blend of quality and convenience, this live center set offers seven interchangeable tips. High-quality needle bearings prolong tool life and special tool steel body and tips are precision ground. Supplied in wooden box.

Figure 87. G9245 Live Center Set.

Figure 86. H4456-63 HSS Ground Center Drills.

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SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE

Lubrication

Always disconnect power to the machine before performing maintenance. Failure to do this may result in serious person al injury.

Schedule

For optimum performance from your machine, follow this maintenance schedule and refer to any specific instructions given in this section.

• • •

Daily Checks and Maintenance:

• Loose mounting bolts.

• Emergency stop and brake operation.

Worn or damaged wires.

Coolant level.

Lubrication levels.

• • Remove chips.

Any other unsafe condition.

Monthly Check:

• Change coolant as needed.

General Lubrication

Keep machined metal surfaces like the chuck, ways bores, controls, change gears, rollers, and unpainted cast iron rust-free with applications of products like G96 ® Gun Treatment, SLIPIT ® , or Boeshield ® T-9 (see SECTION 5: ACCESSORIES on Page 47 for more details).

Headstock

The headstock gearbox is lubricated with an oil pump and 20W non-detergent oil, ISO 68, or an equivalent gear box machine oil. Keep the oil level full as seen in the sight glass shown in (

Figure

88). When the lathe is running, periodically make sure that you see oil pumping out of the oil tube in the pump-check sight glass (Figure 88). If oil is not seen pumping, shut the lathe down immedi ately and contact Grizzly Technical Support.

Cleaning

Headstock Oil Sight Glass Cleaning the Model G0600 is relatively easy. Make sure to unplug the lathe before cleaning it. Clean your machine every day or more often as needed. Remove chips as they accumulate. Wet chips left on the machine will eventually invite oxidation and gummy residue to build up around moving parts. Cleaning will help keep your lathe running smoothly. Always be safe and responsible with the use and disposal of cleaning products.

Figure 88. Oil pump sight glass.

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After the first month of daily operation, drain the oil through the drain plug at the back of the head stock ( Figure 89), open the side cover and refill the headstock through the fill plug ( Figure 90). Change the headstock oil yearly, or more fre quently if heavy machine use requires it.

Quick Change Gearbox

The quick change gearbox is lubricated with 20W non-detergent oil, ISO 68, or an equivalent gear box machine oil. Keep the oil level full as seen in the sight glass ( Figure 91). After the first month of daily operation, drain and refill the gear box. See Figure 92 for plug loca tions. Change the gearbox oil yearly, or more frequently if heavy machine use requires it. Headstock Oil Drain Figure 89. Headstock oil drain.

Headstock Oil Fill Gear Box Oil Sight Glass Figure 91. Oil sight glass locations.

Gearbox Oil Fill Figure 92. Gearbox oil fill.

Gearbox Oil Drain Figure 90. Headstock oil fill.

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Apron

The apron gearbox is lubricated with 20W non detergent oil, ISO 68, or an equivalent gear box machine oil. Keep the oil level full as seen in the sight glass shown in ( Figure 93). After the first month of daily operation, drain the apron oil through the drain plug ( Figure 93), and refill the apron through the fill plug labeled OIL ( Figure 93). At a minimum, change the apron oil yearly or more frequently if heavy machine use requires it.

Apron Oil Pump

To lubricate the saddle slide and the cross slide way guides, pull the oil pump knob ( Figure 93) out and hold it for two or three seconds, the pump will draw oil from the apron reservoir, and then push the knob in so the oil is pumped through drilled passages to the way guides. Repeat this process until the way guides are lubricated. Lubricate the guides once before and once after using the lathe. If the lathe is in an environment that has high moisture or is very dirty, increase the lubrication interval.

Lead Screw and Feed Rod

To lubricate the lead screw, clean with mineral spirits and relubricate with a very light machine oil so rust will not form on the threads. DO NOT use grease, as grease will pickup metal chips and abrasives and carry them into the halfnut, causing premature wear.

Fill the lead screw and feed rod bearing housing through the oil plug ( Figure 94) until the housing is full. Use the same oil as used in the apron.

Fill Plug Apron Oil Pump Sight Glass Drain Plug Figure 93. Apron lubrication components.

Leadscrew Bearing Oil Reservoir Fill Plug Figure 94. Leadscrew lubrication.

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Ball Oilers

This lathe has 11 ball oiler locations. To lubricate ball oilers, clean the outside of the ball oiler, push the ball with the tip of the oil can nozzle and squirt one or two drops of oil inside the oiler before and after using the lathe. If the shop environment has high moisture or is very dirty, increase the oiling interval. Use the same oil as you are using for the headstock. The locations listed below show the ball oilers in Figures 98 to 97: Figure 97. Cross slide leadscrew end bearing ball oiler location: 1 ball oiler on the cross slide lead screw end cap.

Figure 95. Apron and slide ball oiler locations: 4 ball oilers on the compound rest, 1 ball oiler on the cross slide handle hub, 1 ball oiler on the apron feed handle hub.

Figure 98. Tailstock ball oiler locations: 1 ball oiler on the tailstock handwheel hub and 2 ball oilers on the tailstock housing top.

Figure 96. Cross slide ball oiler location: 1 ball oiler on the cross slide.

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Coolant System

BIOLOGICAL AND POISON HAZARD! Use the correct personal protection equipment when handling cutting fluid and by follow federal, state, and fluid manufacturer requirements to properly dispose of cutting fluid.

The coolant pump and reservoir are located in the base behind the vented cover on the tailstock end of the lathe.

To perform regular maintenance on the cut ting fluid system:

1. Remove the access cover at the rear of the lathe ( Figure 99).

2. Pump the old cutting fluid out of the reser voir and dispose of according to State and Federal Environmental Laws. 3. Using a magnet, brush, and rags clean out metal chips from the bottom of the reservoir. Flush with hot soapy water if required.

4. Refill the reservoir with applicable water soluble cutting fluid. Closely follow the fluid manufacturer's instructions for mixing.

5. Open the valve on the coolant nozzle.

6. Turn the coolant pump ON (Figure 100) to prime the coolant system and to see if the coolant is cycling properly.

7. Replace the access cover.

Figure 100. Coolant pump switch.

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SECTION 7: SERVICE

Review the troubleshooting and procedures in this section to fix your machine if a problem develops. If you need replacement parts or you are unsure of your repair skills, then feel free to call our Technical Support at (570) 546-9663.

Troubleshooting

OFF

Motor & Electrical

Symptom Machine does not start or a circuit breaker trips.

Possible Cause 1. Foot brake is engaged.

2. Emergency stop push-button is engaged/ faulty.

3. Power supply is at fault/switched OFF.

4. Fuse has blown.

5. Plug/receptacle is at fault or wired incorrectly.

6. Start capacitor is at fault.

7. Motor connection wired incorrectly.

8. Thermal overload relay has tripped.

9. Contactor not getting energized/has burnt con tacts.

10. Wall fuse/circuit breaker is blown/tripped.

11. Motor ON button or ON/OFF switch is at fault.

12. Wiring is open/has high resistance.

Loud, repetitious noise coming from at or near the motor.

machine Motor overheats.

13. Motor is at fault.

14. Spindle rotation switch is at fault.

15. Foot brake safety switch is faulty.

1. Pulley setscrews or keys are missing or loose.

2. Motor fan is hitting the cover.

1. Motor overloaded.

2. Air circulation through the motor restricted.

Possible Solution 1. Check to see that foot brake is up.

2. Rotate clockwise slightly until it pops out/replace it.

3. Power supply is at fault/switched OFF.

4. Correct short/replace fuse in main electrical box.

5. Test for good contacts; correct the wiring.

6. Test/replace if faulty.

7. Correct motor wiring connections.

8. Turn cut-out dial to increase working amps and push the reset pin. Replace if tripped multiple times (weak relay).

9. Test for power on all legs and contactor operation. Replace unit if faulty.

10. Ensure correct size for machine load; replace weak breaker.

11. Replace faulty ON button or ON/OFF switch.

12. Check for broken wires or disconnected/corroded connections, and repair/replace as necessary. 13. Test/repair/replace.

14. Turn switch to FWD/REV; replace bad switch.

15. Test, replace if needed.

1. Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or tighten if necessary.

2. Tighten fan or shim cover, or replace items.

1. Reduce load on motor.

2. Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.

Motor is loud when cutting. Overheats or bogs down in the cut.

1. Excessive depth of cut or feed rate.

2. RPM or feed rate wrong for cutting operation.

3. Cutting tool is dull.

4. Gear setup is too tight, causing them to bind.

1. Decrease depth of cut or feed rate.

2. Refer to RPM feed rate chart for appropriate rates.

3. Sharpen or replace the cutting tool.

4. Readjust the gear setup with a small amount of backlash so the gears move freely and smoothly when the chuck is rotated by hand.

-57 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Operation and Work Results

Symptom Entire machine vibrates exces sively upon start up and while run ning.

Bad surface fin ish.

Cutting tool or machine com ponents vibrate excessively dur ing cutting.

Inaccurate turn ing results from one end of the workpiece to the other.

Chuck jaws won't move or don't move easily.

Carriage won't feed.

Possible Cause 1. Workpiece is unbalanced.

2. Loose or damaged belt(s).

3. V-belt pulleys are not properly aligned.

4. Worn or broken gear present.

5. Chuck or faceplate has become unbalanced.

6. Spindle bearings badly worn.

1. Wrong RPM or feed rate.

2. Dull tooling or poor tool selection.

Can't remove tapered tool from tailstock quill.

Cross slide, com pound slide, or carriage feed has sloppy operation.

Cross slide, com pound slide, or carriage feed handwheel hard to move.

is 3. Too much play in gibs.

4. Tool too high.

1. Quill had not retracted all the way back into the tailstock.

2. Debris was not removed from taper before inserting into quill.

1. Gibs are out of adjustment.

2. Handwheel is loose.

3. a mechanism worn or out of adjustment.

1. Gibs are loaded up with shavings, dust, or grime.

2. Gib screws are too tight.

3. Backlash setting too tight (cross slide only).

4. Bedways are dry.

1. Tool holder not tight enough.

2. Cutting tool sticks too far out of tool holder; lack of support.

3. Gibs are out of adjustment.

4. Dull cutting tool.

5. Incorrect spindle speed or feed rate.

1. Headstock and tailstock are not properly aligned with each other.

1. Chips lodged in the jaws.

1. Gears are not all engaged.

2. Gears are broken.

3. Loose screw on the feed handle. Possible Solution 1. Reinstall workpiece so it is as centered with the spindle bore as possible.

2. Tighten/replace the belt as necessary.

3. Align the V-belt pulleys.

4. Inspect gears and replace if necessary.

5. Rebalance chuck or faceplate; contact a local machine shop for help.

6. Replace spindle bearings.

1. Adjust for appropriate RPM and feed rate.

2. Sharpen tooling or select a better tool for the intend ed operation.

3. Tighten gibs.

4. Lower the tool position.

1. Turn the quill handwheel until it forces taper out of quill.

2. Always make sure that taper surfaces are clean.

1. Tighten gib screw(s).

2. Tighten handwheel fasteners.

3. Tighten any loose fasteners on lead screw mecha nism.

1. Remove gibs, clean ways/dovetails, lubricate, and readjust gibs.

2. Loosen gib screw(s) slightly, and lubricate bedways.

3. Slightly loosen backlash setting by loosening the locking screw and adjusting the spanner ring at the end of the handle.

4. Lubricate bedways and handles.

1. Check for debris, clean, and retighten.

2. Reinstall cutting tool so no more than 1 / 3 of the total length is sticking out of tool holder.

3. Tighten gib screws at affected component.

4. Replace or resharpen cutting tool.

5. Use the recommended spindle speed.

1. Realign the tailstock to the headstock spindle bore center line.

1. Remove jaws, clean and lubricate chuck threads, and replace jaws.

1. Adjust gear positions.

2. Replace.

3. Tighten.

-58 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Operation and Work Results

Symptom Carriage hard to move.

Possible Cause 1. Carriage lock is tightened down.

2. Chips have loaded up on bedways.

3. Bedways are dry and in need of lubrication.

4. Longitudinal stops are interfering.

5. Gibs are too tight.

Possible Solution 1. Check to make sure the carriage lock bolt is fully released.

2. Frequently clean away chips that load up during turning operations.

3. Lubricate bedways and handles.

4. Check to make sure that stops are floating and not hitting the center stop.

5. Loosen gib screw(s) slightly.

1. Rotate spindle by hand until gear falls into place.

Gear change levers will not shift into position.

Loud, repetitious noise coming from machine.

1. Gears not aligned in headstock.

1. Gears not aligned in headstock or no back lash.

2. Broken gear or bad bearing.

3. Workpiece is hitting stationary object.

Tailstock quill will not feed out of tailstock.

1. Quill lock knob is tightened down. 1. Adjust gears and establish backlash.

2. Replace broken gear or bearing.

3. Stop lathe immediately and correct interference problem. 1. Turn knob counterclockwise.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -59-

Cross Slide Leadscrew Adjustment Leadscrew Endplay Adjustment

Backlash is the amount of play found in a lead screw. It can be found by turning the cross slide handwheel in one direction, then turning the handwheel the other direction. When the cross slide begins to move, the backlash has been taken up. Note: Avoid the temptation to overtighten the

cross slide backlash screw. Overtightening will cause excessive wear to the sliding block and lead screw. Reducing backlash to less than 0.001" is impractical and reduces cross slide life.

Backlash is adjusted by tightening or loosen ing the cap screws shown in Figure 101. These screws draw a wedge-type nut against the lead screw and main nut. If you get the gib too tight, loosen the cap screws a few turns, tap the cross slide a few times with a rubber or wooden mallet, and turn the handle slowly back and forth until the handle turns freely. To readjust the backlash, rock the handle back and forth and tighten the screw slowly until the backlash is at approximately 0.001" as indicated on the handwheel dial. After a long period of time, you may find that the lead screw for threading operations may develop a bit of end play. This lathe is designed so that play can be removed.

To remove leadscrew end play:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER. 2. Using a 4mm hex wrench, remove the three cap screws and the cover ( Figure 102).

3. Using a 3mm hex wrench, loosen the retainer set screw ( Figure 102). 4. Engage the halfnut lever and manually rotate the manual apron feed handwheel back and forth slightly to test for end play. While you are doing this, tighten the retainer until all leadscrew endplay is removed.

5. Tighten the set screw, reinstall the cover, and refill the housing with oil. Oil Fill Cap Screws Figure 101. Cross slide backlash adjustment socket head cap screws.

Retainer Figure 102. Leadscrew end play adjustment location.

-60 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Gib Adjustment

When adjusting the cross slide, tailstock, saddle, and compound rest gib screws (

Figures 103-

106), keep in mind that the goal is to remove sloppiness in the ways without causing the slides to bind. Loose gibs will cause a poor finish on the workpiece and may cause undue wear on the slide. Over-tightening may cause premature wear on the slide, lead screw, and nut. The cross slide, tailstock, saddle, and compound rest gibs use a tapered piece of iron which is held in position by two gib screws at opposing ends of the gib. When these opposing front and rear gib adjustment screws are turned in opposite directions from each other, "One screw clockwise and the other counterclockwise, or visa versa" the single gib will be pushed fore or aft to fill the loose void in the way. Thus, the play in the slide is removed. If more play is needed adjust the screws so the gib is moved and held in the opposite direc tion.

Compound Rest Rear Gib Screw Left Gib Screw Figure 105. Front cross slide and compound rest gib screw locations.

Left Gib Screw Figure 106. Tailstock gib screw location.

Slide Rear Gib Screw Figure 103. Rear cross slide and compound rest gib screw locations.

Left Gib Screw Figure 104. Left saddle gib screw.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -61-

Halfnut Adjustment

When adjusting the halfnut gibs remove the thread dial to expose the two gib screws (

Figure

107). Your goal is to remove sloppiness in the ways without causing the half nut to bind. You will loosen the jam nuts and turn the two set screws clockwise until slight tension is felt in the set screw. The gibs will then be slightly pre-loaded. Tighten the jam nuts when finished.

Apron Half Nut Gib Adjustments Points (Thread Dial Removed) Leadscrew Figure 107. Halfnut gib adjustment.

Feed Clutch Adjustment

This lathe is designed with a feed clutch. This cone type clutch helps protect the apron feed system from overload. The feed clutch comes set from the factory. However, after the lathe becomes broken in, you may have to readjust this setting.

To adjust the clutch release point:

1. Using a 5mm hex wrench, turn the center cap screw clockwise to increase the clutch holding power, and turn counterclockwise to decrease the clutch holding power (

Figure

108).

2. Start the lathe.

3. Engage the power feed and hold the lon gitudinal feed handwheel with one hand. The clutch should release within a few sec onds without you fighting handwheel rotation. When it does, the holding force is approxi mately 12 kg. 4. Readjust the clutch screw as required to achieve the 12 kg setting.

Clutch Screw -62 Figure 108. Feed clutch.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

V-Belts

After consistent lathe usage, it will be necessary to compensate for belt wear.

To adjust or replace the V-belts on the lathe:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Open rear cover on the lathe base (Figure 109).

3. Use a 24mm wrench and adjust the belt tension hex nuts (see Figure 109) there is approximately 10mm belt deflection on each belt when pressed firmly in the center in between the pulleys.

Note: Replace all three belts as a matched

set even if one shows cracking, glazing, or fraying.

4. Reinstall the rear cover.

Belt Tension Adjustment Pulley Deflection Pulley

Brake and Switch

After consistent lathe usage, it will be necessary to compensate for brake lining wear.

To adjust the brake and brake switch:

1. DISCONNECT LATHE FROM POWER!

2. Remove the side motor cover.

3. Use a 16mm wrench and adjust the brake rod ( Figure 110) so, when the foot pedal is pressed, the brake band firmly clamps the drum. When released the brake band should be loose on the drum.

Note: Replace the brake band when the fric-

tion material is worn down to approximately 2mm thick.

Brake Rod 3-5 mm Gap Figure 109. V-belt adjustment.

Brake Switch Cam and Cap screw Figure 110. Brake band and switch.

4. Use a 5mm hex wrench and adjust the brake switch cam so when in the released position, there is 3 to 5mm gap between the cam and the brake switch pushrod ( Figure 110).

5. Reinstall safety cover and test foot brake operation.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -63-

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Control Panel Electrical

SB2

Jog Switch

SB1

Emergency Stop Switch

SA1

Power ON/OFF Switch Power Lamp

SA2

Pump Switch Figure 111. Control panel switches.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Switch and Motor Electrical

Figure 112. Pump wiring (M2).

Figure 115. Spindle motor wiring (M1).

Figure 113. Spindle rotation switch (SQ1, SQ2).

Figure 116. Main power switch (S).

Figure 114. Brake switch (SQ4).

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) Figure 117. Gear cover limit switch (SQ3).

-65-

Spindle Motor Contactor (KM1) Spindle Motor Thermal Relay (FR1)

Main Electrical Box

Spindle Motor Contactor (KM2) Pump Motor Contactor (KM3) Pump Motor Thermal Relay (FR2) Transformer (TC) -66 50A Master Power Switch/ Relay (S) Ground Block Spindle Motor Terminal Block Master Power Contactor (KM4) Figure 118. Electrical box.

6A Fuse (FU2) 3A Fuse (FU3) Main Terminal Block Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Model G0600 Electrical Diagram

If a phase converter is being used, connect the “Wild Wire” or “Manufactured Leg” to L3 or contactor and transformer failure may result.

Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -67-

-68-

Headstock Gear System

(0000 Series Parts)

11 12 13 14 15 10 9,8 6 5 4 7 3, 2 1 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 126 127 128 129 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 91 92 125 124 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100101102103104 105106107 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 112 113 110 111 108 109 48 49 90 131 130 89, 88 87 86 132 56 55 54 53 50 51 52 85, 84 83 82 81 80 133 134 135 136 137 57 58 59 60 61 79, 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 62 63 64 65 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Headstock Face and Shift System

(0000 Series Parts)

146 147 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -69-

Headstock Shift System

(0000 Series Parts)

180 183 182 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 -70 196 195 194 228 229 193 169 170 171 172 173 167 166,224 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 225 226 158 157 156 155 154 152 153 151 174 175 176 177 178 179 183 180 181 227 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

210 209 208 207 206 205 204

Headstock Oil Pump System

(0000 Series Parts)

211 212 213 214 215 231 216 217 218 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -71-

PSB02M P06000002 P06000003 P06000004 P6205 PSB01M P06000007 P06000008 P06000009 PK41M P06000011 P06000012 PSB07M P06000014 P06000015 P06000016 PR38M P6306 PR15M P06000020 P06000021 P06000022 P06000023 P06000024 P6205 P06000026 P06000027 P06000028 P6206 P06000030 P06000031 P06000032 P6305 P06000034 P06000035 P06000036 PR38M P6305 P06000039 P06000040 P06000041 P06000042 PR38M P06000044 P06000045 P06000046 P06000047 P06000048 P06000049 P06000050

REF PART #

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

DESCRIPTION

CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 BEARING COVER BEARING COVER SEAL SPLINE SHAFT BALL BEARING 6205 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 INPUT SHAFT SPANNER NUT M30 X 1.5

LOCK WASHER 30MM KEY 8 X 8 X 40MM PULLEY OIL SEAL CAP SCREW M6-1 X 30 BALL BEARING 1080908 BEARING CAP BEARING SEAT SEAL INT RETAINING RING 62MM BALL BEARING 6306 EXT RETAINING RING 30MM SPACER GEAR 39T X M2.75

KEY 8 X 8 X 70MM GEAR 20T X M2.75

SPACER BALL BEARING 6205 GEAR 40T X M2.75

GEAR 33T X M2.75

GEAR 47T X M2.75

BALL BEARING 6206 GEAR 46T X M2.75

GEAR 24T X M2.75

SPLINE SHAFT BALL BEARING 6305 SPACER WASHER O-RING 56 X 2.65MM

COVER INT RETAINING RING 62MM BALL BEARING 6305 LOCK WASHER O-RING 56 X 2.65MM

COVER SPLINE SHAFT INT RETAINING RING 62MM EXT RETAINING RING 75MM GEAR 47T X M2.75

D1-8 CAM LOCK SPECIAL D1-8 SCREW COMPRESSION SPRING SPINDLE D1-8 STUD PSB29M P06000052 P06000053 P06000054 P06000055 P06000056 P06000057 P6205 P06000059 P6205 PR15M P6205 PR15M PK129M P06000065 P06000066 PK41M P06000068 PR15M P06000070 P06000071 P06000072 P06000073 P06000074 PSB01M P06000076 P6206 P06000078 P06000079 P06000080 P06000081 PK32M PSB02M P06000084 P06000085 P6205 PSB01M P06000088 P06000089 PSB01M P06000091 P06000092 PSS30M P06000094 P06000095 PK107M PR26M P06000098 P06000099

REF PART #

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 94 95 96 97 98 99 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93

DESCRIPTION

CAP SCREW M6-1 X 40 FRONT BEARING COVER FRONT BEARING COVER SEAL BALL BEARING D2007124E GEAR 72T X M2.75

GEAR 50T X M2.75

SHAFT BALL BEARING 6205 SHAFT BALL BEARING 6205 EXT RETAINING RING 30MM BALL BEARING 6205 EXT RETAINING RING 30MM KEY 8 X 8 X 36MM GEAR 48T X M2.25

OUTPUT SHAFT KEY 8 X 8 X 40MM GEAR 36T X M2.25

EXT RETAINING RING 30MM SPACER GEAR 30T X M2.25

IDLER SHAFT O-RING 30 X 2.4MM

SPACER CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 BRASS BUSHING BALL BEARING 6206 BEARING SEAT BEARING SEAT SEAL BALL BEARING 1080908 OIL SEAL KEY 6 X 6 X 28MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 BEARING COVER BEARING COVER SEAL BALL BEARING 6205 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 BEARING COVER BEARING COVER SEAL CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 LOCK NUT BRASS BUSHING SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 10 BALL BEARING 120 GEAR 32T X M2.75

KEY 8 X 8 X 20MM INT RETAINING RING 52MM GEAR 51T X M2.75

KEY 10 X 10 X 80MM -72 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

PR32M P06000101 PK09M PSS16M P06000104 P06000105 P06000106 P6205 PSS75M P06000109 P06000110 P06000111 P06000112 P06000113 PR15M P06000115 P06000116 P06000117 P06000118 P06000119 P06000120 P06000121 P06000122 P06000123 PSS03M P06000125 P06000126 P06000127 P06000128 P06000129 P06000130 P6205 P06000132 PR32M PK49M P06000135 P06000136 P06000137 P06000138 P06000139 P06000140 P06000141 P06000142 P06000143 P06000144 P06000145 P06000146 P06000147 P06000148 P06000149

REF PART #

100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142

DESCRIPTION

EXT RETAINING RING 48MM GEAR 31T X M2.75

KEY 8 X 8 X 32MM SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10 GEAR 24T X M2.75

BALL BEARING D2007122E SPACER BALL BEARING 6205 SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 16 KEY 10 X 10 X 90MM LOCK NUT BRASS BUSHING LOCK NUT BRASS BUSHING EXT RETAINING RING 30MM GEAR 24T X M2.25

KEY 8 X 8 X 70MM GEAR 36T X M2.25

GEAR 55T X M2.25

GEAR 55T X M2.25/55T X M2.25

SHAFT RING OIL RING REAR BEARING COVER BEARING COVER SEAL SET SCREW M6-1 X 8 COUNTERWEIGHT EXT RETAINING RING 34MM GEAR 38T X M2.75

GEAR 25T X M2.75

KEY KEY 8 X 8 X 90MM BALL BEARING 6205 GEAR 48T X M2.25

EXT RETAINING RING 48MM KEY 6 X 6 X 55MM GEAR 36T X M2.25

KEY 8 X 8 X 90MM GEAR 24T X M2.25

CAP SCREW M16-2 X 55 INDICATOR PLATE INDICATOR PLATE RIVET 2 X 5MM INDICATOR PLATE LEVER FORK OIL SIGHT GLASS INDICATOR PLATE POINTER PLATE GEAR 31T X M2 GEAR 35T X M2 P06000150 P06000151 PEC03M P06000153 PRP26M P06000155 P06000156 P06000157 P06000158 P06000159 P06000160 PSS20M P06000162 P06000163 PK10M P06000165 P06000166 P06000167 P06000169 PSS02M PRP26M P06000172 P06000173 P06000174 P06000175 P06000176 P06000177 PRP05M P06000179 P06000180 P06000181 P06000182 PEC12M P06000184 P06000185 P06000186 P06000187 P06000188 PK10M PRP39M P06000191 PK10M P06000193 P06000194 P06000195 P06000196 P06000197 P06000198 P06000199

REF PART #

150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199

DESCRIPTION

SHAFT FORK E-CLIP 10MM LEVER ROLL PIN 5 X 26MM SHAFT GUIDE PIN SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 O-RING 22 X 2.4MM

LOCK WASHER SPECIAL DOME SCREW SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 8 LEVER SHAFT KEY 5 X 5 X 12MM HANDLE HUB SPACER PLATE LEVER O-RING 20 X 2.4MM

SET SCREW M6-1 X 6 ROLL PIN 5 X 26MM GEAR 35T X M2 GEAR 25T X M2 RUBBER MAT HEADSTOCK COVER SHAFT PLUG ROLL PIN 5 X 30MM FORK LEVER HEADSTOCK FORK E-CLIP 12MM GEAR 42T X M2 GEAR 18T X M2 HUB SHAFT HANDLE LEVER BLOCK KEY 5 X 5 X 12MM ROLL PIN 4 X 20MM LEVER KEY 5 X 5 X 12MM HANDLE HUB SHAFT LEVER FORK O-RING 68 X 3.1MM

COVER BRASS TUBE 4 X 0.75" Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -73-

REF PART #

200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 PSB38M P06000201 P06000202 P06000203 P06000204 P06000205 PSB26M PSB01M P06000208 P06000209 P06000210 P06000211 P06000212 P06000213 P06000214 P06000215

DESCRIPTION

CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 25 MANIFOLD SEAL SLEEVE BRASS FITTING BRASS TUBE 8 X 0.75" GEAR 20T X M2.75

CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 BRASS FITING SEALING SLEEVE BRASS FITTING SEAL WASHER OIL PUMP BRASS FITTING BRASS TUBE 10 X 0.75" BRASSS FITTING

REF PART #

216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 P06000216 PLW12M P06000218 P06000219 P06000220 PLW10M P06000222 P06000223 PSB01M P06000225 PS22M P06000227 P06000228 P06000229 PSB14M P06000231

DESCRIPTION

SEAL SLEEVE SEAL WASHER SCREEN PLUG TUBE FITTING LOCK WASHER 16MM CAP SCREW M16-2 X 45 ANCHOR PIN 16 X 60 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 HANDLE HUB PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 25 OIL PLUG STEEL BALL 1/4" COMPRESSION SPRING CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 BRASS FITTING -74 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

1031 1031

Quick Change Gearbox Gear System

(1000 Series Series Parts)

1047 1046 1048 1056 1020 1031 1060 1017 1063 1044 1040 1093 1093 1058 1025 1034 1023 1020 1024 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -75-

1077 1074

Quick Change Gearbox Face

(1000 Series Parts)

1109 1110 1128 1116 1112 1061 1111 1103 1114 -76 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Quick Change Gearbox Shift System

(1000 Series Parts)

1092 1095 1096 1018 1084 1101 1085 1099 1121 1103 1104 1023 1097 1129 1122 1088 1086 1090 1094 1081 1083 1091 1078 1124 1082 1079 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -77-

Quick Change Gearbox Shift System

(1000 Series Parts)

-78 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

P06001001 P06001002 P06001003 P06001004 P06001005 P06001006 P06001007 P06001008 P06001009 P06001010 PRP91M P06001012 P06001013 PSS16M P06000158 P06001016 PRP91M PSS25M P06001019 PSB02M P06001021 P06001022 P06001023 P06001024 PR11M P06001026 P06001027 P06001028 P06001029 P06001030 P06001031 P06001032 P06001033 PK07M P06001035 P06001036 P06001037 PSB26M P06001039 P06001040 P06001041 P06001042 P06001043 P06001044 P06001045 P06001046 P06001047 P06001048 P06001049 P06001050

REF PART #

1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1037 1038 1039 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 1049 1050

DESCRIPTION

GEAR BOX FRONT COVER BEVEL GEAR HEX BOLT FLAT WASHER SHIFTER CLAW SHIFTER CLAW SHIFTER CLAW SHIFTER CLAW SHIFTER CLAW ROLL PIN 5 X 35MM CAM SHIFTER RETAINER SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10 O-RING 22 X 2.4MM

H-SHAFT ROLL PIN 5 X 35MM SET SCREW M6-1 X 20 RECEIVER HUB CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 END CAP (RIGHT) OIL SEAL BALL BEARING 180204 GEAR 36T X M1.25

EXT RETAINING RING 25MM GEAR 22T X 12D.P

GEAR 22T X M2.25

GEAR 33T X 14D.P

GEAR 22T X 11D.P

GEAR 22T X 10D.P

BALL BEARING 180104 EXT RETAINING RING 20MM GEAR 22T X 10D.P

KEY 6 X 6 X 20MM G-SHAFT BALL BEARING 180103 COVER CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 O-RING 35 X 3.5MM

E-SHAFT GEAR 20T X 10D.P/40T X 14D.P

BALL BEARING 180203 D-SHAFT KEY 6 X 6 X 146MM GEAR 19T X 10D.P

GEAR 18T X M2 GEAR 20T X 10D.P

GEAR 22T X 11D.P

GEAR 23T X 11D.P

GEAR 24T X 14D.P

REF

1051 1052 1053 1054 1055 1056 1057 1058 1059 1060 1061 1062 1063 1064 1065 1066 1067 1068 1069 1070 1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078 1079 1080 1081 1082 1083 1084 1085 1086 1087 1088 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1094 1095 1096 1097 1098 1099

PART #

P06001051 P06001052 P06001053 P06001054 P06001055 P06001056 P06001057 P06001058 PR07M P06001060 P06001061 P06001062 P06001063 P06001064 P06001065 PK48M P06001067 P06001068 P06001069 P06001070 P06001071 P06001072 P06001073 P06001074 P06001075 P06001076 P06001077 PRP05M P06001079 P06001080 P06001081 P06001082 P06001083 P06001084 P06001085 P06001086 PK19M P06001088 P06001089 P06001090 PSB40M PSB71M PSB01M PK131M PSB72M P06001096 P06001097 PSB49M P06001099

DESCRIPTION

GEAR 27T X 14D.P

GEAR 24T X M2.25

GEAR 26T X M2.25

GEAR 36T X M2 GEAR 27T X 12D.P

GEAR 28T X 12D.P

GEAR 50T X M1.25/20T X M2 F-SHAFT EXT RETAINING RING 18MM THRUST BEARING 8104 END CAP STEEL BALL 1/4" C-SHAFT GEAR 35T X M1.25/35T X M2 ARM KEY 4 X 4 X 20MM BALL BEARING 180105 A-SHAFT GEAR 18T X M2/23T X 11D.P

GEAR 36T X M2 GEAR 19T X 10D.P/19T X 14D.P

B-SHAFT CLUTCH CAP FORK FORK SPACER ROLL PIN 5 X 30MM BEVEL GEAR SPEED CHANGE HUB LEVER HUB SPACER SHAFT SLEEVE O-RING 16 X 2.4MM

SHIFT FORK DIAL HUB KEY 5 X 5 X 14MM ARM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 8 HAND KNOB CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 35 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 60 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 KEY 5 X 5 X 28MM CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 30 TAPER PIN 10 X 45MM SPECIAL DOME SCREW CAP SCREW M6-1 X 60 DETENT PLATE Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -79-

REF PART #

1100 P06001100 1101 P06001101 1102 P06001102 1103 PSB37M 1104 P06001104 1105 P06001105 1106 P06001084 1107 P06000073 1108 PSB07M 1110 PSB07M 1111 P06001111 1112 P06001112 1113 P06001113 1114 P06001114 1115 P06001115

DESCRIPTION

ARM SHAFT FORK CAP SCREW M6-1 X 50 LOCK WASHER COMPRESSION SPRING O-RING 16 X 2.4MM

O-RING 30 X 3.1MM

CAP SCREW M6-1 X 30 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 30 POINTER PLATE INDICATOR PLATE OIL SIGHT GLASS INDICATOR PLATE INDICATOR PLATE

REF PART #

1116 P06000141 1117 P06001117 1118 P06001118 1119 P06001119 1120 PRP05M 1121 P06001121 1122 PS09M 1123 PS22M 1124 P06001124 1125 PRP24M 1126 P06001126 1127 P06001127 1128 P06001128 1129 P06001129

DESCRIPTION

RIVET 2 X 5MM OIL-SEAL FEMALE KNOB M10-1.5

SHAFT ROLL PIN 5 X 30MM LEVER PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10 PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 25 SPACER ROLL PIN 5 X 16MM OIL PLUG OIL PLUG TOP COVER HANDLE HUB -80 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Carriage

(2000 Series Parts)

2056 2080 2079 2078 2044 2048 2045 2052 2090 2081 2046 2091 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -81-

Cross Slide & Carriage

(2000 Series Parts)

2083 2055 2048 K K 2049 2050 2053 2047 2077 2082 2081 2025 A A 2076 2030 2054 B B : 2057 2051 2054 A 2018 2119 2120 2121 2034 2024 2022 2023 2021 2016 2017 2020 2014 2001 2019 2035 2012 2032 2034 2011 2005 2002 2033 2004 2028 2027 2026 2009 2008 2006 2010 -82 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

2003 2069 2050 2049 2037

Compound Slide & Tool Post

(2000 Series Parts)

2073 2089 2043 2042 2040 2041 2094 2093 2092 2039 2034 2063 2062 2061 2084 2085 2038 2086 2071 2029 2070 2072 2031 2087 2068 2066 2088 2067 2060 2059 2075 2058 2074 2064 2065 2013 2007 2015 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -83-

-84-

Carriage Oil Pump System

(2000 Series Parts)

2108 2109 2110 2111 2076 2095 2077 2107 2106 2105 2104 2097 2096 2103 2102 2098 2099 2100 2101 2112 2113 2114 2115 2117 2118 2116 2047 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

REF

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 2037 2038 2039 2040 2041 2042 2043 2044 2045 2046 2047 2048 2049 2050

PART #

P06002000 P06002001 P06002002 P06002003 PSB48M P06002005 PSB68M P06002007 P06002008 P06002009 P06002010 P06002011 P06002012 PSB04M P06002014 P06002015 PSS03M P06002017 P06002018 P06002019 P06002020 P06002021 P06002022 PSB11M P06002024 P06002025 PSB13M P06002027 P06002028 PSB90M P06002030 P06002031 P06002032 PSB13M P06002034 P06002035 PSB47M P06002038 P06002039 P06002040 P06002041 P06002042 P06002043 P06002044 P06002045 P06002046 PS08M PS02M PSB52M P06002050

DESCRIPTION

FLANGE NUT M20-2.5

SADDLE NUT (INCH) GIB SCREW CAP SCREW M6-1 X 35 GIB CAP SCREW M6-1 X 8 HANDLE BRACKET THRUST BEARING 8101 HEX NUT CROSS FEED SCREW (INCH) CROSS FEED PINION CAP SCREW M6-1 X 10 BRACKET HANDLE SET SCREW M6-1 X 8 CLUTCH-DIAL BALL OILER CROSS FEED DIAL WAVY WASHER BARREL NUT CRACK HANDLE CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 16 HANDLE GIB (LEFT-FRONT) CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 GIB CRADLE GIB CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 55 CARRIAGE CLAMP KNURLED WASHER CROSS SLIDE COVER CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 BALL OILER HEX NUT CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 40 COMPOUND REST TOOL POST SPECIAL 500 SERIES SQUARE HEAD BOLT M12-1.75 X 50 BARREL SLEEVE HANDLE HUB LEVER M12-1.75 RUBBER WIPER RUBBER WIPER RUBBER WIPER PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 12 PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 12 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 10 STEEL BALL 1/4"

REF

2051 2052 2053 2054 2055 2056 2057 2058 2059 2060 2061 2062 2063 2064 2065 2066 2067 2068 2069 2070 2071 2072 2073 2074 2075 2076 2077 2078 2079 2080 2081 2082 2083 2084 2085 2086 2087 2088 2089 2090 2091 2092 2093 2094 2095 2096 2097 2098 2099

PART #

P06002051 P06002052 P06002053 P06002054 P06002055 P06002056 P06002057 P06002058 P06002059 PSS01M P06002061 P06002062 P06002063 P06002064 P06002065 P06002066 P06002067 P06002068 P06002069 P06002070 P06002071 P06002072 PSB02M PSS31M PSB85M P06002076 P06002077 PSB71M P06002079 P06002080 PSB14M PSB02M P06002083 PS02M P06002085 P06002086 P06002087 PN09M PSB12M P06002090 P06002091 P06002092 P06002093 P06002094 PFH07M P06002096 P06002097 P06002098 P06002099

DESCRIPTION

GIB RUBBER WIPER CARRIAGE CLAMP GIB SCREW RUBBER WIPER WIPER SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 70 SPANNER NUT THRUST BEARING 8102 SET SCREW M6-1 X 10 BARREL NUT WAVY WASHER DIAL-COMPOUND REST (INCH) CLUTCH DIAL DIAL HOUSING HALF NUT (INCH) LEAD SCREW TOOL POST SHAFT GIB GUIDE PIN SLEEVE COMPRESSION SPRING CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 SET SCREW M5-.8 X 8 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 6 END PLATE HANDLE CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 60 TAPER PIN 8 X 60MM OIL PLUG CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 GIB (FRONT) PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 12 RUBBER WIPER RUBBER WIPER TOOL HOLDER SPECIAL SERIES HEX NUT M12-1.75

CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 40 RUBBER WIPER RUBBER WIPER STUD M12-1.75 X 60 PISTON FOOT CAP SCREW M16-2 X 12 FLAT HD SCR M5-.8 X 10 COMPRESSION SPRING BOTTOM PLATE TUBE FITTING TUBE NUT Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -85-

REF PART #

2100 P06002100 2101 P06002101 2102 P06002102 2103 P06002103 2104 P06002104 2105 P06002105 2106 P06002106 2107 P06001084 2108 P06002108 2109 P06002109 2110 P06002110 2111 P06002111

DESCRIPTION

SLEEVE CHECK VALVE BRASS TUBE 6 X 170MM TUBE FITTING STEEL BALL 5MM COMPRESSION SPRING END PLUG O-RING 16 X 2.4MM

PUMP BODY O-RING 9 X 1.8MM

PISTON ROD O-RING 32 X 3.1MM

REF PART #

2112 P06002112 2113 P06002113 2114 P06002114 2115 P06002115 2116 P06002116 2117 P06002117 2118 P06002118 2119 PR58M 2120 P06002120 2121 PK70M 2122 P06002122 2123 P06002123

DESCRIPTION

TUBE FITTING BRASS TUBE 4 X 200MM BRASS TUBE 4 X 170MM MANIFOLD SLEEVE AND FITTING BRASS TUBE 4 X 390MM BRASS TUBE 4 X 410MM EXT RETAINING RING 24MM GEAR 19T X M2 KEY 8 X 8 X 12MM FEMALE KNOB M12-1.75

FEMALE KNOB M12-1.75

-86 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Apron Face, Thread Dial, Auto Stop System

(3000 Series Parts)

3003 3119 3001 3007 3028 3096 3097 3098 3099 Thread Dial 3019 3100 3104 3102 3103 3101 3049 3064 3106 3008 3107 3075 3082 3110 3018 3029 3030 3085 3109 3108 3020 3048 3022 3052 3060 3061 3050 3056 3059 3006 3027 3026 3057 3058 3006 3024 3021 3023 3025 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -87-

Apron Gearing, Halfnut, Feed System

(3000 Series Parts)

-88 3005 3006 3114 3115 3015 3047 3031 3033 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Apron Feed Rod, Clutch and Lever System

(3000 Series Parts)

3068 3053 3012 3017 3055 3051 3016 3015 3014 3046 3054 3052 3050 3051 3003 3012 3035 3034 3041 3042 3043 3040 3038 3039 3045 3044 3042 3049 3012 3034 3036 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -89-

P06003001 P06003002 PSB26M P06003004 P06003005 PSB01M P06000141 P06003008 P06003009 P06003010 P06002111 PSS16M P06003013 P06003014 P06003015 PSB52M P06003017 P06003018 PRP35M P06003020 P06003021 P06003022 P06003023 P06003024 P06003025 PSB85M P06003027 P06003028 PSS19M PN03M P06003031 P06003032 PS09M P06003034 P06003035 P06003036 P06003037 PK81M P06003039 P06003040 P06003041 P06001060 P06003043 P06003044 P06003045 PSB02M P06003047 P06003048 P06003049 P06003050

REF PART #

3001 3002 3003 3004 3005 3006 3007 3008 3009 3010 3011 3012 3013 3014 3015 3016 3017 3018 3019 3020 3021 3022 3023 3024 3025 3026 3027 3028 3042 3043 3044 3045 3046 3047 3048 3049 3050 3029 3030 3031 3032 3033 3034 3035 3036 3037 3038 3039 3040 3041

DESCRIPTION

APRON CASE GIB CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 LEAD NUT ASSY (INCH) HAFT NUT (INCH) CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 RIVET 2 X 5MM OIL PLUG KEY SHAFT O-RING 32 X 3.5MM

SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 10 SHAFT SLEEVE STEEL BALL 1/4" COMPRESSION SPRING CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 10 LEVER POINTER PLATE ROLL PIN 5 X 10MM OIL SIGHT GUIDE PIN BOTTOM COVER OIL SEAL BRACKET DOWEL PIN 8 X 40MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 6 LEVER SPACER SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 HEX NUT M8-1.25

LEVER HUB CHANGE SLEEVE PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10 OIL SEAL BUSHING FEED ROD SLEEVE PLUG KEY 6 X 6 X 12MM GEAR 24T X M2 WORM SEAT SHAFT THRUST BEARING 8104 WORM GEAR TAB WASHER 20MM SPANNER NUT M20-1.5

CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20 STEEL BALL 7/32" BLOCK FLAT WASHER DOWEL PIN 8 X 25MM P06003051 P06003052 P06000169 P06003054 P06003055 PR01M P06003057 PSB58M P06003059 PS05M P06003061 P06003062 P06001067 P06003064 P06003065 PK70M P06003067 P06003068 P06003069 P06003070 PSS73M P6204 P06003073 PR09M P06003075 P06003076 P06003077 PK07M PSB58M P06003080 P06003081 P06003082 P06003083 P06003084 P06003085 PK45M P06003087 PSB06M P06003089 P06003090 P06003091 P06003092 P06003093 P06003094 P06003095 P06003096 P06003097 P06003098 P06003099

REF PART #

3051 3052 3053 3054 3055 3056 3057 3058 3059 3060 3061 3062 3063 3064 3065 3066 3067 3068 3069 3070 3071 3072 3073 3074 3075 3076 3077 3078 3092 3093 3094 3095 3096 3097 3098 3099 3079 3080 3081 3082 3083 3084 3085 3086 3087 3088 3089 3090 3091

DESCRIPTION

SHAFT BUFFER O-RING 20 X 2.4MM

SLEEVE LEVER HUB EXT RETAINING RING 10MM LEVER SHAFT CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 12 SPECIAL SCREW PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 COMPRESSION SPRING COVER BALL BEARING 180105 WORM GEAR GEAR 36T X M2 KEY 8 X 8 X 12MM SHAFT GUIDE PIN SLEEVE HANDLE LEVER SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 30 BALL BEARING 6204 COVER EXT RETAINING RING 20MM GEAR 46T X M2/18T X M2 SHAFT PINION KEY 6 X 6 X 20MM CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 12 SPACER CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 8 GEAR 61T X M2 BALL BEARING 103 COVER SHAFT KEY 6 X 6 X 24MM SEAT CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25 NEEDLE BEARING 4644903 BEARING 2010 DIAL-RACK HAND WHEEL HANDLE FLAT WASHER SPECIAL SCREW DIAL FACE DIAL INDICATOR SHAFT THREAD DIAL BODY CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 85 -90 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

REF PART #

3100 PLW06M 3101 PN02M 3102 P06003102 3103 P06003103 3104 P06003104 3105 PSB38M 3106 P06003106 3107 P06003107 3108 P06003108 3109 PS38M

DESCRIPTION

LOCK WASHER 10MM HEX NUT M10-1.5

DOWEL PIN 3 X 8MM GEAR 16T X M2 SPACER CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 25 INDICATOR PLATE INDICATOR PLATE FEMALE KNOB M10-1.5

PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 10

REF PART #

3110 3111 3112 3113 3114 3115 3116 3117 3118 3119 P06003110 P06003111 P06003112 P06003113 PN01M PSS25M P06003116 PS52M P06003118 P06003119

DESCRIPTION

INDICATOR PLATE SPACER FLAT SPRING COMPRESSION SPRING HEX NUT M6-1 SET SCREW M6-1 X 20 BALL OILER PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 20 SHOULDER WASHER INDICATOR PLATE Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -91-

-92-

Tailstock

(4000 Series Parts)

)%*+ )%*, )%%& )%%) )%%'K' )%* )%%* )%%+ )%%, )%% )%%.

)%&' )%&& )%%( )%'' )%'( )%') )%'* )%*( )%'+ )%*' )%)* )%', )%' )%'.

)%(& )%(% )%&, )%*& )%).

)%& )%*% )%&.

)%'% )%'& )%)) )%&) )%&* )%) )%&+ )%&( )%)+ )%(, )%( )%*) )%(.

)%** )%)& )%)% )%)' )%)( Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

REF PART #

4011 4012 4013 4014 4015 4016 4017 4018 4019 4020 4021 4001 P06004001 4002V2 P06004002V2 4003 4004 P06004003 P06004004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4009 4010 P06004005 PSB01M P06004007 P06004008 PSB01M P06004010 4022 4023 4024 4025 4026 4027 P06004011 PK07M P06004013 PS22M P06004015 P06004016 PN28M PLW07M P06004019 P06004020 PS02M PSB04M P06004023 PB140M P06004025 PLW05M P06004027

DESCRIPTION

QUILL TAILSTOCK BODY V2.07.11

OIL SEAL BALL OILER FEED SCREW (INCH) CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 FEED NUT (INCH) THRUST BEARING 8105 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 END CAP DIAL-FEED (INCH) KEY 6 X 6 X 20MM HANDLE PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 25 FLAT WASHER HANDLE WHEEL HEX NUT M20-2.5

LOCK WASHER 20MM WIPER RETAINER RUBBER WIPER PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 12 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 10 PIN SHAFT HEX BOLT M12-1.75 X 70 TAILSTOCK BASE LOCK WASHER 12MM BOLT-CLAMP

REF

4028 4029 4030 4031 4037 4038 4039 4040 4041 4042 4043 4044 4045 4046 4047 4048 4049 4050 4051 4052 4053 4054 4055 4056 4057 4058

PART #

P06004028 P06004029 P06004030 P06004031 P06004037 P06004038 P06004039 PSS65M P06004041 P06004042 PLW07M P06004044 P06004045 PRP31M P06004047 PSS24M P06004049 P06000141 P06004051 P06004052 P06004053 PSB62M PSS30M P06004056 P06004057 P06004058

DESCRIPTION

SLEEVE ADJUSTMENT BLOCK SPECIAL SCREW GIB LEVER SHAFT SPECIAL SCREW SET SCREW M16-2 X 20 SHAFT CLAMP SHOE LOCK WASHER 20MM HEX BOLT M20-2.5 X 150 HEX BOLT M20-2.5 X 100 ROLL PIN 6 X 36MM BALL OILER SET SCREW M5-.8 X 25 SCALE PLATE RIVET 2 X 5MM SCALE PLATE RUBBER WIPER WIPER PLATE CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 12 SET SCREW M10-1.5 X 10 QUILL LOCK CLAMP ASSEMBLY LOCK LEVER ASSEMBLY LOCK LEVER FLAT WASHER Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -93-

Bed Assembly

(5000 Series Parts)

-94 5142 5143 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Brake Pedal and Headstock Panels

(5000 Series Parts)

5174 5176 5144 5145 5083 5084 5085 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -95-

Brake System and Change Gears

(5000 Series Parts)

5081 5080 5079 5038 5039 -96 5047 5048 5049 5050 5070 5051 5064 5046 5056 5055 5054 5059 5058 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

Motor and Headstock Mounting

(5000 Series Parts)

7021 5164 5165 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) 5152 5153 -97-

End Covers and Splash Guard

(5000 Series Parts)

-98 5150 5071 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

5079 5080 5098 5099 5100 5101 5102 5073 5078 5075 5074 5146

Change Gear System

(5000 Series Parts)

5082 5094 5093 5095 5081 5097 5114 5105 5108 5109 5106 5110 5104 5103 5147 5086 5093 5111 5112 5113 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -99-

REF

5001 5002 5003 5004 5005 5006 5007 5008 5009 5010 5011 5012 5013 5014 5015 5016 5017 5018 5019 5020 5021 5022 5023 5024 5025 5026 5027 5028 5029 5030 5031 5032 5033 5034 5035 5036 5037 5038 5039 5040 5041 5042 5043 5044 5045 5046 5047 5048

PART #

P06005001 P06005002 P06005003 PRP05M PSB06M P06005006 P06005007 PSB47M P06005009 P06005010 P06004008 P06005012 P06005013 P06005014 P06005015 P06005016 PN02M P06005018 P06005019 P06005020 PSB68M P06005022 P06005023 P06005024 P06005025 P06005026 P06005027 PS65M P06005029 PSB31M P06005031 P06005032 P06005033 P06005034 P06005035 P06005036 PS03M PLW10M PB80M P06005040 P06005041 P06005042 P06005043 PN13M PW08M PLW06M PB14M P06005048

DESCRIPTION

SWITCH SEAT LEAD SCREW (INCH) RACK ROLL PIN 5 X 30MM CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25 BED TAPER PIN 10 X 45MM CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 40 HOUSING BARREL NUT THRUST BEARING 8105 PLUG BUSHING PLUG BUSHING BRACKET HEX NUT M10-1.5

COMPRESSION SPRING STEEL BALL 6MM STAR DIAL CAP SCREW M6-1 X 8 CAM FEED ROD START ROD STAR DIAL BRACKET LIMIT SWITCH PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 40 LIGHT SEAT CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25 SPACER CLAMP SHOE CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 6 AUTO STOP ROD V-BELT B76 CONDUIT PHLP HD SCR M6-1 X 8 LOCK WASHER 16MM HEX BOLT M16-2 X 55 MOTOR COVER MOTOR SHOULDER WASHER CAP SCREW HEX NUT M16-2 FLAT WASHER 16MM LOCK WASHER 10MM HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 35 MOTOR SEAT

REF

5049 5050 5051 5052 5053 5054 5055 5056 5057 5058 5059 5060 5061 5062 5063 5064 5065 5066 5067 5068 5069 5070 5071 5072 5073 5074 5075 5077 5078 5079 5080 5081 5082 5083 5084 5085 5086 5087 5088 5089 5090 5091 5093 5094 5095 5097 5098 5099

PART #

P06005049 P06005050 P06005051 P06005052 P06005053 P06005054 P06005055 P06005056 P06005057 P06005058 P06005059 PS52M PN04M P06005062 PS09M PW04M P06005065 P06005066 P06005067 P06005068 P06005069 PS05M P06005071 P06005072 P06005073 PN13M P06005075 P06005077 P06005078 P06005079 P06005080 P06005081 P06005082 P06005083 P06005084 P06005085 P06005086 P06005087 P06005088 P06005089 P06005090 P06005091 P06005093 P06005094 PSB14M PSB04M P06005098 P06005099

DESCRIPTION

SHAFT TENSION SPRING SHAFT BRAKE LEVER CAM SHAFT MOTOR SEAT BRACKET LIMIT SWITCH LEVELING BLOCK SPECIAL NUT M24-2 FOOT STUD PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 20 HEX NUT M4-.7

LIMIT SWITCH SEAT PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10 FLAT WASHER 10MM BRAKE BAND ASSY PULLEY STAND MOTOR COVER LIMIT SWITCH PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 LIMIT SWITCH SEAT DOOR LOCK STUD GEAR 56T X 2.25

HEX NUT M16-2 STUD TOP COVER SWING BRACKET SPINDLE STUD BALL BEARING 16204 GEAR 49T X 2.25

GEAR 55T X 2.25

BRACKET ARM BRAKE PEDAL THUMB KNOB SAFETY DOOR GUARD ASSEMBLY COVER OIL GUARD HINGE GEAR 48T X 2.25

SPACER CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 10 SPACER SPACER -100 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

REF PART # DESCRIPTION

5100 P06005100 KEY 6 X 6 X 10 5101 P06005101 SHAFT 5102 P06005102 SPACER 5103 P06005103 PLATE SCREW 5104 P06005104 PLATE SCREW 5105 P06005105 GEAR 57T X 2.25

5106 P06005106 EXT RETAINING RING 47MM 5108 P06005108 GEAR 66T X 2.25

5109 P06005109 GEAR 57T X 2.25

5110 P06005110 GEAR 42T X 2.25

5111 P06005111 SPACER 5112 P06005112 GEAR 57T X 2.25

5113 P06005113 GEAR 57T X 2.25

5114 P06005114 EXT RETAINING RING 20MM 5115 P06005115 STUD- SE M6-1 X 70 24 5116 P06005116 THREADING PLATE 5117 P06005117 PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 5118 P06005118 BED GAP 5119 P06005119 CAP SCREW M12-1.75 X 50 5120 P06005120 BOLT PIN 10 X 75MM 5121 P06005121 HEX NUT M10-1.5

5122 P06005122 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 40 5123 P06005123 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 5124 P06005124 BRACKET 5125 P06005125 BRACKET 5126 P06005126 SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 5127 P06005127 HEX NUT M8-1.25

5128 P06005128 FEMALE KNOB M8-1.25

5129 P06005129 BUSHING 5130 P06005130 OIL PLUG 5131 P06005131 PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8 5132 P06005132 COVER 5133 P06005133 SET SCREW M6-1 X 8 5134 P06005134 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 8 5135 P06005135 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 35 5136 P06005136 LEVER 5137 P06005137 GUIDE PIN 5138 P06005138 LOCK WASHER 6MM

REF PART # DESCRIPTION

5139 P06005139 COMPRESSION SPRING 5140 P06005140 BUSHING 5141 P06005141 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 5142 P06005142 CAP SCREW M16-2 X 55 5143 P06005143 LOCK WASHER 16MM 5144 P06005144 WARNING PLATE 5145 P06005145 THREADING CHART PLATE 5146 P06005146 LOCK WASHER 16MM 5147 P06005147 SET SCREW M6-1 X 8 5148 P06005148 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 5149 P06005149 PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10 5150 P06005150 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 5151 P06005151 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 5152 P06005152 HEX NUT M10-1.5

5153 P06005153 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25 5154 P06005154 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16 5155 P06005155 SHAFT 5156 P06005156 LOCK WASHER 10MM 5157 P06005157 CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 40 5158 P06005158 PHLP HD SCR M6-1 X 8 5159 P06005159 ROLL PIN 5 X 40 5160 P06005160 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 5161 P06005161 LOCK WASHER 10MM 5162 P06005162 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 5163 P06005163 ROLL PIN 3 X 20 5164 P06005164 HEX NUT M8-1.25

5165 P06005165 LOCK WASHER 8MM 5166 P06005166 CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 30 5167 P06005167 SCREEN 5168 P06005168 COOLANT PUMP BASE 5169 P06005169 CAM 5170 P06005170 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 12 5171 P06005171 BLOCK 5172 P06005172 CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25 5173 P06005173 BLOCK 5174 P06005174 STAR TYPE RING 5175 P06005175 PUMP COVER 5176 P06005176 CHUCK 3-JAW Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -101-

-102 6016 6017 6015 6014 6013 6012 6011 6010 6009 6008

Steady and Follow Rests

(6000 Series Parts)

6018 6019 6020 6021 6001A 6022A 6007 6006 6005 6003 6004 6002 6001 6022 6023 6024 6025 6026 6027 6028 6029 6030 6031 6032 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

REF PART #

6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 6006 6007 6008 6009 6010 6011 6012 6013 6014 6015 6016 P06006001 P06006002 P06006003 PLW07M P06006005 P06006006 P06006007 P06006008 P06006009 P06006010 PSB68M P06006012 P06006013 P06006014 PRP30M P06006016

DESCRIPTION

CLAMPING BRACKET HEX BOLT M20-2.5 X 110 SPECIAL NUT M20-1.5

LOCK WASHER 20MM STEADY REST BASE LIMIT SCREW DOWEL PIN 10 X 60MM BALL BEARING 180300 GUIDE PIN SUPPORT SHAFT CAP SCREW M6-1 X 8 SLEEVE SHAFT UPPER CASTING ROLL PIN 5 X 50MM BUSHING

REF PART #

6017 P06006017 6018 PSS03M 6019 P06006019 6020 P06006020 6021 P06006021 6022 P06006022 6023 PRP26M 6024 P06006024 6025 P06006025 6026 P06006026 6027 P06006027 6028 P06006028 6029 P06006029 6030 P06006030 6031 PB31M 6032 PLW06M

DESCRIPTION

ADJUSTMENT KNOB SET SCREW M6-1 X 8 LOCK KNOB CLAMP SCREW DOWEL PIN 10 X 60MM ROTATE HANDLE ROLL PIN 5 X 26MM FOLLOW REST LIMIT SCREW BRACKET SLEEVE BUSHING SPECIAL SCREW SHAFT HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 40 LOCK WASHER 10MM Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -103-

Accessories, Coolant, and Lighting System

(7000 Series Parts)

7001 7009 7012 7006 7011 7013 7002 7018 7015 7008 7016 7005 7007 7014 7010 7017 7019-1 7021 7019-2 7019-3 7020 7025 7024 7023 7022 5176 7019

REF PART #

7001 7002 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7011 7012 7013 7014 7015

DESCRIPTION

P06007001 P06007002 P06007005 P06007006 P06007007 P06007008 P06007009 P06007010 TOOL BOX OIL BOTTLE TOOL POST WRENCH CHUCK 4-JAW WRENCH CHUCK 3-JAW WRENCH CHUCK 4-JAW LIFT EYE FACEPLATE 18" CHUCK 4-JAW P06007011 P06007012 P06007013 FEED ROD/LEADSCREW SHEAR PIN P0667X0815 HEX WRENCH SET 1.5-10MM P06007015 TAPERED SPINDLE SLEEVE MT#7-MT#5 DEAD CENTER MT#5 STANDARD SCREWDRIVER #2

REF PART # DESCRIPTION

7016 7017 7018 7019 PSDP2 P06007017 P06007018 P06007019 PHLP HD SCREWDRIVER #2 COMBO WRENCH SET 6/30 GAP PULLER HUB LAMP ASSEMBLY 7019-1 P06007019-1 BASE AND ARM ASSEMBLY 7019-2 P06007019-2 LENS 7019-3 PBULB3 7020 PCAP06M HALOGEN BULB 26.4V 50W BI-PIN CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25 7021 7022 7023 7024 7025 P06007021 P06007022 P06007023 P06007024 P06007025 MOTOR AND PUMP ASSY SUPPLY FLEX TUBE STANDOFF PIPE FLOW VALVE NOZZLE AND FLEX TUBE -104 Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11)

8001

Electrical

(8000 Series Parts)

8002 8003 8005 8004 8006 8007 8008 8014 8009 8013 8012 8010 8011

REF PART #

8001 P06008001 8002 P06008002 8003 P06008003 8004 P06008004 8005 P06008005 8006 P06008006 8007 P06008007 8008 P06008008

DESCRIPTION

CONTACTOR (3TB44) CONTACTOR (3TB44) THERMAL RELAY (SETTING: 32A) CONTACTOR (40E, 3TH80) THERMAL RELAY (SETTING: 1A) TRANSFORMER (JBK50160-VATH) CONTACTOR (40E, 3TH80) CIRCUIT BREAKER (3A, 400VAC)

REF PART #

8009 8010 8011 8012 8013 8014 P06008009 P06008010 P06008011 P06008012 P06008013 P06008014

DESCRIPTION

CIRCUIT BREAKER (6A, 400VAC) MAIN TERMINAL BOARD MOTOR TERMINAL BOARD GROUND TERMINAL BOARD MOUNTING PANEL MASTER CIRCUIT BREAKER (50A, 400VAC) Model G0600 (Mfd. Since 7/11) -105-

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 or 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 par ticular 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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WARRANTY CARD

Name _____________________________________________________________________________ Street _____________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________ State _________________________ Zip _____________________ Phone # ____________________ Email _________________________________________________ Model # ____________________ Order # _______________________ Serial # __________________

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?

____ Advertisement ____ Card Deck ____ Friend ____ Website ____ Catalog ____ Other: 2. Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to?

____ Cabinetmaker & FDM ____ Family Handyman ____ Hand Loader ____ Handy ____ Home Shop Machinist ____ Journal of Light Cont.

____ Live Steam ____ Model Airplane News ____ Old House Journal ____ Popular Mechanics ____ Popular Science ____ Popular Woodworking ____ Precision Shooter ____ Projects in Metal ____ RC Modeler ____ Rifle ____ Shop Notes ____ Shotgun News ____ Today’s Homeowner ____ Wood 3. What is your annual household income?

____ $20,000-$29,000 ____ $50,000-$59,000 ____ $30,000-$39,000 ____ $60,000-$69,000 ____ Wooden Boat ____ Woodshop News ____ Woodsmith ____ Woodwork ____ Woodworker West ____ Woodworker’s Journal ____ Other: ____ $40,000-$49,000 ____ $70,000+ 4. What is your age group?

____ 20-29 ____ 50-59 ____ 30-39 ____ 60-69 ____ 40-49 ____ 70+ 5. How long have you been a woodworker/metalworker?

____ 0-2 Years ____ 2-8 Years ____ 8-20 Years 6. How many of your machines or tools are Grizzly?

____ 0-2 ____ 3-5 ____ 6-9 ____ 20+ Years ____ 10+ 7. Do you think your machine represents a good value? 8. Would you recommend Grizzly Industrial to a friend? _____Yes _____Yes _____No _____No 9. Would you allow us to use your name as a reference for Grizzly customers in your area?

Note: We never use names more than 3 times. _____Yes _____No 10. Comments: _____________________________________________________________________

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