Grizzly G1022Z Table Saw 1-1/2 HP Owner Manual

Grizzly G1022Z Table Saw 1-1/2 HP Owner Manual
10" TABLE SAW
MODEL G1022SM, G1022Z, G1022ZF, G1022ZFX, G1022PRO
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
G1022SM
G1022Z
G1022PRO
G1022ZF
&
G1022ZFX
COPYRIGHT © MARCH, 2002 BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE
OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.
PRINTED IN TAIWAN.
WARNING
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains
chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other 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 equipment, such
as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
Table Of Contents
PAGE
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SAFETY
SAFETY RULES FOR ALL TOOLS..........................................................................................................2-3
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR TABLE SAWS ................................................................4-7
CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
110V OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................8
220V OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................9
GROUNDING ............................................................................................................................................10
EXTENSION CORDS ................................................................................................................................10
GENERAL INFORMATION
COMMENTARY ....................................................................................................................................11-12
UNPACKING ..............................................................................................................................................13
PIECE INVENTORY ..................................................................................................................................13
HARDWARE BAG CONTENTS ................................................................................................................14
HARDWARE RECOGNITION CHART ......................................................................................................15
CLEAN UP ................................................................................................................................................16
SITE CONSIDERATIONS ..........................................................................................................................16
ASSEMBLY
BEGINNING ASSEMBLY ..........................................................................................................................17
STAND ..................................................................................................................................................17-18
HANDWHEELS ..........................................................................................................................................19
MOTOR ................................................................................................................................................19-21
WIRING ......................................................................................................................................................21
EXTENSION WINGS ................................................................................................................................22
FENCE RAILS ......................................................................................................................................22-23
FENCE ......................................................................................................................................................23
BLADE........................................................................................................................................................23
BLADE GUARD ....................................................................................................................................24-25
TABLE INSERT..........................................................................................................................................26
ADJUSTMENTS
G1022SM FENCE ................................................................................................................................27-29
G1022Z FENCE ....................................................................................................................................29-30
BLADE PARALLELISM ........................................................................................................................31-32
45˚ & 90˚ POSITIVE STOPS ....................................................................................................................33
WORM GEAR ............................................................................................................................................34
MITER GAUGE ..........................................................................................................................................34
OPERATIONS
PRE-RUN CHECK ....................................................................................................................................35
TEST RUN ............................................................................................................................................35-36
BLADE SELECTION ............................................................................................................................36-37
CROSSCUTTING ................................................................................................................................37-38
RIPPING ....................................................................................................................................................38
DADO OPERATIONS ..........................................................................................................................39-40
RABBET OPERATIONS ......................................................................................................................40-41
MAINTENANCE
GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................42
LUBRICATION ..........................................................................................................................................42
TABLE ........................................................................................................................................................42
V-BELT ......................................................................................................................................................42
WIRING DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................................................43-44
CLOSURE ......................................................................................................................................................45
G1022SM MACHINE DATA ......................................................................................................................46
G1022SM PART BREAKDOWNS AND PART LIST ............................................................................47-51
G1022Z MACHINE DATA ..........................................................................................................................52
G1022Z PART BREAKDOWNS AND PART LIST ..............................................................................53-57
G1022ZF/ZFX/PRO MACHINE DATA ......................................................................................................58
G1022ZF/ZFX/PRO PART BREAKDOWNS AND PART LIST ............................................................59-63
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..................................................................................................................64
PUSH STICK..............................................................................................................................................65
WARRANTY..........................................................................................................................................67-69
SECTION 1: SAFETY
For Your Own Safety Read Instruction
Manual Before Operating This Equipment
The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This
manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended to convey the level of
importance of the safety messages. The progression of symbols is described below. Remember
that safety messages by themselves do not eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper
accident prevention measures.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WILL result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COULD result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
MAY result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about
proper operation of the equipment.
Safety Instructions For Power Tools
1.
KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working
order.
2.
REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Form habit of checking to
see that keys and adjusting wrenches are
removed from tool before turning on.
3.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered
areas and benches invite accidents.
4.
DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Do not use power tools in
damp or wet locations, or where any flammable or noxious fumes may exist. Keep
work area well lighted.
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5.
KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS
AWAY. All children and visitors should be
kept a safe distance from work area.
6.
MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with
padlocks, master switches, or by removing
starter keys.
7.
DO NOT FORCE TOOL. It will do the job
better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
8.
USE RIGHT TOOL. Do not force tool or
attachment to do a job for which it was not
designed.
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Safety Instructions For Power Tools
9.
USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make
sure your extension cord is in good condition. Conductor size should be in accordance with the chart below. The amperage
rating should be listed on the motor or tool
nameplate. An undersized cord will cause a
drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power
and overheating. Your extension cord must
also contain a ground wire and plug pin.
Always repair or replace extension cords if
they become damaged.
Minimum Gauge for Extension Cords
AMP RATING
0-6
7-10
11-12
13-16
17-20
21-30
25ft
18
18
16
14
12
10
LENGTH
50ft 100ft
16
16
16
14
16
14
12
12
12
10
10
No
10. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear
loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings,
bracelets, or other jewelry which may get
caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is
recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
11. ALWAYS USE SAFETY GLASSES. Also use
face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty.
Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety glasses.
12. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise to hold
work when practical. It’s safer than using your
hand and frees both hands to operate tool.
13. DO NOT OVER-REACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep
tools sharp and clean for best and safest
performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
15. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Consult the owner’s manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper
accessories may cause risk of injury.
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16. REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. On machines with magnetic contact starting switches there is a
risk of starting if the machine is bumped or
jarred. Always disconnect from power
source before adjusting or servicing. Make
sure switch is in OFF position before reconnecting.
17. MANY WOODWORKING TOOLS CAN
“KICKBACK” THE WORKPIECE toward
the operator if not handled properly. Know
what conditions can create “kickback” and
know how to avoid them.
18. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part
that is damaged should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate
properly and perform its intended function.
Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts,
mounting, and any other conditions that
may affect its operation. A guard or other
part that is damaged should be properly
repaired or replaced.
19. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF. Do not
leave tool until it comes to a complete stop.
20. NEVER OPERATE A MACHINE WHEN
TIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF
DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. Full mental alertness is required at all times when running
a machine.
21. NEVER ALLOW UNSUPERVISED OR
INEXPERIENCED PERSONNEL TO
OPERATE THE MACHINE. Make sure
any instructions you give in regards to
machine operation are approved, correct,
safe, and clearly understood.
22. IF AT ANY TIME YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES performing the intended operation, stop using the machine!
Then contact our service department or
ask a qualified expert how the operation
should be performed.
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Additional Safety Instructions For Table Saws
1.
2.
ALWAYS use blade guard, splitter and
anti-kickback fingers on all ''through-sawing'' operations. Through-sawing operations are those when the blade cuts completely through the workpiece as in ripping
or crosscutting.
AVOID KICKBACKS. A condition in which
a piece of wood is thrown back towards an
operator at a high rate of speed. If you do
not have a complete understanding of how
kickback occurs, or how to prevent it, DO
NOT operate this table saw.
3.
NEVER reach behind or over the blade
with either hand for any reason.
4.
ALWAYS use a push stick for ripping narrow stock.
5.
NEVER perform any operation ''freehand,'' which means using only your hands
to support or guide the workpiece. Always
use either the fence or the miter gauge to
position and guide the work.
6.
7.
NEVER stand or have any part of your
body in line with the path of the saw blade.
ALWAYS hold the work firmly against the
miter gauge or fence and hold the work
firmly against the table.
8.
MOVE the rip fence out of the way when
crosscutting.
9.
NEVER use the miter gauge and rip fence
at the same time.
10. NEVER attempt to free a stalled saw blade
without first turning the saw OFF.
11. PROVIDE adequate support to the rear
and sides of the saw table for wide or long
workpieces.
12. AVOID awkward operations and hand
positions where a sudden slip could cause
your hand to move into the blade.
13. IF AT ANY TIME YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES performing the intended operation, stop using the machine!
Then contact our service department or
ask a qualified expert how the operation
should be performed.
14. ALWAYS LOWER OR REMOVE SAW
BLADE WHEN NOT IN USE.
15. NEVER USE A DAMAGED SAW BLADE
OR ONE THAT HAS BEEN DROPPED.
16. USE GREAT CARE WHEN CUTTING
WITH A DADO BLADE. There is a high
degree of risk involved with any dado operation. Slight movement of the stock away
from the fence will cause kickback.
No list of safety guidelines can be complete. Every shop environment is different.
Always consider safety first, as it applies to
your individual working conditions. Use
this and other machinery with caution and
respect. Failure to follow guidelines could
result in serious personal injury, damage to
equipment or poor work results.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Safety Accessories
Statistics prove that most common accidents among table saw users can be
linked to kickback. Kickback is typically
defined as the high-speed expulsion of
stock from the table saw toward its operator. In addition to the danger of the operator or others in the area being struck by
the flying stock, it is often the case that
the operator’s hands are forced into the
blade during the kickback. The following
can help minimize kickbacks.
1. Use your blade guard and splitter.
2. Never for any reason place your hand
behind the blade. Should kickback
occur, your hand will be pulled into the
blade.
3. Inspect splitter for alignment between it
and your blade.
4. Never use the fence as a guide for crosscutting.
5. Never attempt freehand cuts.
6. Use a push stick or featherboard to
maintain control of your workpiece.
7. Feed cuts through to completion.
8. Stand to the side when ripping.
9. Ensure your fence and miter slot are parallel to the blade.
If you do not have a clear understanding of
kickback and how it occurs, do not operate
this table saw.
Push Sticks
The use of push sticks, particularly when cutting
small or narrow workpieces, provides a double
benefit for saw operators. The push stick provides added leverage, enabling the operator to
keep the workpiece firmly supported against the
fence and table. At the same time, the push stick
keeps the operator’s hand safely away from the
rotation of the saw blade as shown in Figure 1.
See the template on Page 62 of the manual for
construction details, or purchase one from the
Grizzly catalog.
Push Stick
Figure 1. Push Stick.
Zero Clearance Table Inserts
Ideal for use when ripping thin strips or making
bevel cuts, these prevent tearout and jammed
blades by supporting material close to the blade.
Use the standard table insert as a template when
creating additional inserts from wood or plywood.
Blade slot inserts can be custom cut for specific
blade angles by raising the running blade into an
uncut insert at the angle you desire. Be sure to
make an additional slot for the blade splitter. We
also carry a wide selection of table inserts shown
in Figure 2 in the Grizzly catalog. Be sure to hold
the insert firmly in place with a piece of wood
when creating slots. Never hold the table insert
with your hand while cutting new slots.
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Featherboards
Easily made from scrap stock, featherboards
provide an added degree of protection against
kickback as shown in Figure 4. To make a
featherboard, cut a 30-40° angle at one end of
the board and make a number of end cuts at
approximately 1⁄4" apart and 2" to 3" deep. We
also offer a number of featherboards in the
Grizzly catalog.
Figure 2. Zero Clearance Table Inserts.
Push Paddles
Push paddles provide added leverage and support when ripping or crosscutting wide workpieces as shown in Figure 3. We offer a number
of push paddles in the Grizzly catalog.
Featherboards
Figure 4. Featherboards.
Push Paddles
Figure 3. Push Paddles.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Common Definitions, Terms and Phrases
The following is a list of common definitions, terms and phrases used throughout this manual as they relate
to this table saw and woodworking in general. It is important that you read and become familiar with them
before assembling, adjusting or operating this machine. Your safety is VERY important to us at Grizzly!
Arbor: Metal shaft extending from the drive
mechanism, to which the cutting blade is
attached.
Bevel Edge Cut: Tilting the saw arbor and blade
to an angle between 0° and 45° to perform an
angled cutting operation.
Blade Guard: Metal or plastic mechanism that
mounts over the saw blade to prevent accidental contact with the cutting edge.
Non-Thru Cut: A sawing operation that requires
the removal of the blade guard and splitter.
Dado and rabbet cuts are considered NonThru Cuts because the blade does not protrude above the top face of the wood stock.
Always remember to reinstall the blade guard
and splitter after performing a non-thru cut.
Perpendicular: Intersecting and forming right
angles; at right angles to the vertical and horizontal planes. i.e. the blade is perpendicular to
the table surface.
Crosscut: Table saw operation in which the miter
gauge is used to cut across the grain of a piece
of wood.
Push Paddle: Safety aid used to push a piece of
wood stock through a cutting operation.
Dado Blade: Blade or set of blades that attach to
the arbor and are used for cutting grooves and
rabbets.
Push Stick: Safety aid used to push a piece of
wood stock through a cutting operation.
Usually used when rip cutting.
Dado Cut: Table saw operation that uses a dado
blade to cut a flat bottomed groove into the
face of wood stock.
Rabbet: Cutting operation that creates an Lshaped channel along the edge of wood stock.
Featherboard: Safety device used to keep a
board against the rip fence or table. Allows
operator to keep hands away from the saw
blade.
Kerf: The resulting cut or gap made by a saw
blade.
Kickback: A condition in which the wood is
thrown back towards an operator at a high rate
of speed.
Miter Gauge: A component that controls the
wood stock movement while performing a
crosscut. Allows for variation of angle cuts
such as miter cuts used on a picture frame.
Moulding Head: A cutterhead attached to the
arbor. Accepts interchangeable moulding
knives for profile cutting. We DO NOT recommend the use of a moulding head as they
require advanced skills in their operation.
Parallel: Being an equal distance apart at every
point. i.e. the rip fence face is parallel to the
side face of the saw blade.
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Splitter: Metal plate attached to the back of the
blade guard that maintains the kerf opening in
the wood when performing a cutting operation.
Standard Kerf: 1⁄8" gap made with a standard
blade.
Straightedge: A tool used to check the flatness,
parallelness, or consistency of a surface(s).
Thru-Sawing: A sawing operation where the
wood stock thickness is completely sawn
through. Proper blade height usually allows 1⁄4"
of the top of the blade to extend above the
wood stock.
Thin Kerf: 3⁄32" gap made with a thin kerf blade.
Rip Cut: A cut made along grain of the wood.
Sacrificial Fence: A piece of wood attached to
the face of the rip fence that is designed to
extend the fence face away from the metal portion of the fence. Used primarily when making
rabbet cuts with a dado blade.
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SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
110V Operation
The Model G1022SM, Z and ZF motors are
prewired to operate at 110V. See Figure 5 for a
typical 110V installation.
G1022SM and G1022Z:
Under normal 110V use, the Models G1022SM
and Z motors draw approximately 16 amps. We
recommend a 20 amp circuit breaker or a 20 amp
slow-blow fuse.
G1022ZF:
Under normal 110V use, the Model G1022ZF
motor draws approximately 17 amps. We recommend a 20 amp circuit breaker or a 20 amp slowblow fuse.
Figure 5. Typical 110V 3-prong plug and outlet.
The circuit you use should be dedicated, (i.e., the
machine should provide the only draw from that
circuit). If frequent circuit failures occur when
using this machine, contact our Service
Department or your local electrical contractor.
Because of the high amperage draw of the Model
G1022 Series when wired for 110V, standard
household circuit wiring may not be of a large
enough gauge. A qualified electrician may need to
install a new circuit with wires capable of handling
a 20 amperage draw. Do not attempt to modify an
existing circuit by replacing the circuit breaker
with one rated for a higher amperage.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
220V Operation
G1022ZFX and G1022PRO:
The motors supplied with the Models G1022ZFX
and G1022PRO are prewired to operate at 220V.
The Models G1022ZFX and G1022PRO are not
supplied with a plug; therefore, a suitable 220V
plug must be wired in. When operating at 220V,
we recommend using a NEMA-style 6-15 plug
and outlet as shown in Figure 6A. You may also
“hard-wire” the machine directly to your panel,
provided you place a disconnect switch near the
machine. Check the electrical codes in your area
for specifics on wiring requirements.
Figure 6A. Typical 220V 3-prong plug and outlet.
Under normal use, the motor draws approximately 13 amps at 220V. We recommend a 15 amp circuit breaker for 220V operation. This should be
satisfactory for normal use while providing
enough protection against circuit damage caused
by power surges. Always check to see if your current wires are capable of handling a 15 amp load.
If you are unsure, consult the advice of a qualified
electrician. Do not attempt to modify an existing
circuit by replacing the circuit breaker with one
rated for a higher amperage.
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Grounding
Extension Cords
In the event of an electrical short, grounding provides electric current a path of least resistance to
reduce the risk of electrical shock. This tool is
equipped with an electric cord having an equipment-grounding conductor which must be properly connected to a grounding plug. The plug must
be plugged into a matching outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
We do not recommend the use of extension cords
with 220V equipment. It is much better to arrange
the placement of your equipment and the installed
wiring to eliminate the need for extension cords.
Should it be necessary to use an extension, make
sure the cord is rated Hard Service (grade S) or
better. Refer to the chart in Section 1: Safety
Instructions to determine the minimum gauge for
the extension cord when using either 110V or
220V. The extension cord must also contain a
ground wire and plug pin. Always repair or replace
extension cords when they become worn or damaged.
Improper connections of the electrical-grounding
conductor can result in risk of electric shock. The
conductor with green or green and yellow striped
insulation is the electrical-grounding conductor. If
repair or replacement of the electric cord or plug
is necessary, do not connect the equipment
grounding conductor to a live terminal.
This equipment must be
grounded. Verify that any
existing electrical outlet
and circuit you intend to
plug into is actually
grounded. Under no circumstances should the
grounding pin from any
three-pronged plug be
removed. Serious injury
may occur.
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We have covered some basic electrical
requirements for the safe operation of your
machine. These requirements are not necessarily comprehensive. You must be sure
that your particular electrical configuration
complies with local and state codes.
Ensure compliance by checking with your
local municipality or a licensed electrician.
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SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION
Item
Extension
G1022SM
G1022Z
G1022ZF
G1022ZFX
G1022PRO
Sheet Metal
Cast Iron
Cast Iron
Cast Iron
Cast Iron
Rip Fence
Standard
T-Slot Fence
Shop Fox®
Shop Fox®
Shop Fox® Classic
Miter Gauge
Standard
Standard Orange
Adjustable Slot
Adjustable Slot
Adjustable Slot
Motor
1.5 H.P.-110/220V
1.5 H.P.-110/220V
1.5 H.P.-110/220V
2 H.P.-110/220V
2H.P.-110/220V
Pre-Wired
110V
110V
110V
220V
220V
Switch
Body Mounted
Body Mounted
Rail Mounted
Rail Mounted
Rail Mounted
Weight
220 lbs
250 lbs
290 lbs
290 lbs
340 lbs
Dust Port
-
-
4" Port
4" Port
4" Port
Wings
Commentary
We are proud to offer the Model G1022 Series
Table Saws. The Model G1022 Series is part of a
growing Grizzly family of fine woodworking
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 commitment to customer satisfaction.
The Model G1022 Series comes in 5 different versions. The differences are listed on the chart at
the beginning of this manual. The SM, Z, ZF, ZFX
and PRO are all 10" heavy-duty table saws
designed for a wide variety of cutting applications.
They feature ball bearing arbors on a worm gear
mechanism, precision-ground cast iron tables
(except the Model G1022SM), sturdy steel
stands, standard and dado inserts and a miter
gauge.
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We also offer many accessories for the table
saws including blades, extension rails, outfeed
rollers and a mobile base. Please refer to our current catalog for prices and ordering information.
We are also pleased to provide this manual with
the Model G1022 Series. It was written to guide
you through assembly, review safety considerations, and cover general operating procedures. It
represents our effort to produce the best documentation possible. If you have any comments
regarding this manual, please write to us at the
address below:
Grizzly Industrial, Inc.
/O Technical Documentation
P.O. Box 2069
Bellingham, WA 98227-2069
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Most importantly, we stand behind our machines.
If you have any service questions or parts
requests, please call or write us at the location
listed below:
Grizzly Industrial, Inc.
1203 Lycoming Mall Circle
Muncy, PA 17756
Phone: (570) 546-9663
Fax: (800) 438-5901
E-Mail: techsupport@grizzly.com
Web Site: http://www.grizzly.com
Read the manual before
assembly and operation. Become familiar
with the machine and its
operation before beginning any work. Serious
personal injury may
result if safety or operational information is not
understood or followed.
The specifications, drawings, and photographs
illustrated in this manual represent the Model
G1022 Series as supplied when the manual was
prepared. However, owing to Grizzly’s policy of
continuous improvement, changes may be made
at any time with no obligation on the part of
Grizzly. Whenever possible, though, we send
manual updates to all owners of a particular tool
or machine. Should you receive one, we urge you
to insert the new information with the old and keep
it for reference.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Unpacking
The Model G1022 Series is shipped from the
manufacturer in a carefully packed carton. If you
discover the machine is damaged after you have
signed for delivery, immediately call Customer
Service for advice.
When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory its
parts.
If moving this machine
up or down stairs, the
machine must be dismantled and moved in
smaller pieces. Make
sure floor and stair
structures are capable of
supporting the combined weight of the
machine parts and the
people moving them.
Piece Inventory
After all the parts have been removed from the carton, you should have:
1. Stand Components
2. Extension Wings (2)
3. V-Belt
4. Motor with Pulley
5. Motor Bracket
6. Motor Mount Plate
7. Table Saw Unit
8. Handwheels (2)
9. Arbor Wrench
10. Dado Insert
11. Standard Insert
12. Miter Gauge
14. Blade Guard
15. Blade Guard Bracket
16. Hardware Bags (5)
17. V-Belt Guard and Mounting Hardware
18. V-Belt Guard Bracket
19. Fence Unit (Separate Box W/ZF, ZFX and Pro)
20. Fence Rails (Separate Box)
19
The Model G1022 Series
represents a heavy load.
Seek assistance before
beginning assembly.
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2
4
12
9
15
18
10
3
5
7
6
17
Some metal parts may
have sharp edges on
them after they are
formed. Please examine
the edges of all metal
parts before handling
them. Failure to do so
could result in injury.
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14
8
16
20
Figure 6B. (G1022 Layout) Rip fence, rails and
extension wings will vary depending on model.
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Hardware Contents
Guide Rail & Extension Wing Hardware Bag
Qty
8
8
4
4
4
6
6
2
Description
Special Rail Bolt (SM & Z)
Fence Rail Spacer (SM & Z)
Flat Washer M10 (SM & Z)
Hex Nut M10-1.5 (SM & Z)
Fence Rail Plug (SM & Z)
Flat Washer M10 x M4 Thick
Hex Bolt M10-1.5 x 25
Hand Wheel Knob
Floor Stand Hardware Bag
Qty
40
4
48
44
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
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Description
Carriage Bolt M8-1.25 x 16
Hex Bolt M8-1.25 x 19
Flat Washer M8
Hex Nut M8-1.25
Hex Bolt M10-1.5 x 20
Hex Nut M10-1.5
Flat Washer M10
Plastic Foot
Hex Bolt #10-24 x 3⁄8" (ZX, ZFX, PRO)
Hex Nut #10-24 (ZX, ZFX, PRO)
Lock Washer #10 (ZX, ZFX, PRO)
Plastic Belt Guard Hardware Bag
Qty
1
1
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Description
Hex Bolt 1⁄4"-20 x 2"
Flat Washer 1⁄4"
Sleeve
Wing Nut 1⁄4"-20
Plastic Belt Guard
Motor Mount Hardware Bag
Qty
4
8
4
Description
Hex Bolt M8-1.25 x 25
Flat Washer M8
Hex Nut M8-1.25
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 expediency, replacements can be obtained at your local
hardware store.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Hardware Recognition Chart
Wing
Nut
⁄ ''
58
10
Button
Head
Screw
Flange
Bolt
⁄ ''
7 16
23⁄4''
3
WASH
S
WA H
ASH
W
ASHE
ASHE
8mm
ASHE
ASHE
R DIA
DIA
ER
⁄ ''
5 16
R DIA
⁄ ''
14
6mm
ASHE
21⁄4''
21⁄2''
10mm
R DIA
MET
LINES ARE 1⁄16'' INCH APART
LINES ARE 1MM APART
2
R DIA
MET
13⁄4''
4mm
MET
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
11⁄2''
DI
ER A
TE
ME R
16mm
⁄ ''
⁄ ''
⁄ ''
⁄ ''
⁄ ''
1''
11⁄4''
5 16
7 16
9 16
34
78
MET
12mm
''
''
''
''
⁄ ''
38
METE
10mm
⁄
⁄
⁄
⁄
14
38
12
58
ETER
M
8mm
5mm
10mm
15mm
20mm
25mm
30mm
35mm
40mm
45mm
50mm
55mm
60mm
65mm
70mm
75mm
R DIA
MET
6mm
12mm
⁄ ''
7 16
DI
ER A
WASH
4mm
S
WA H
Hex
Nut
W
ER
Lock
Washer
Washer
DIAM
ER
TE
ME R
⁄ ''
58
DIA
ER
W
ER
Setscrew
⁄ ''
12
W
ER
⁄ ''
WASHERS ARE MEASURED BY THE INSIDE DIAMETER
Phillips
Head
Hex
Bolt
Hex
Head
Bolt
12
Phillips
Head
Sheet
Metal
Screw
D
ER IA
ETER
M
WASH
Carriage
Bolt
Cap
Screw
⁄ ''
9 16
W
ER
⁄ ''
38
DI
ER A
W
ER
⁄ ''
5 16
Slotted
Screw
ETER
M
Countersunk
Phillips
Head
Screw
Phillips
Head
Screw
R
Thumb
Screw
⁄ ''
14
WASH
#
ETER
MEASURE BOLT DIAMETER BY PLACING INSIDE CIRCLE
Lock
Nut
D
ER IAM
ER
ET
WASH
Use this chart to match up
hardware pieces during the
assembly process!
10
#
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Clean Up
The unpainted surfaces are coated with a waxy oil
to protect them from corrosion during shipment.
Remove this protective coating with a solvent
cleaner or citrus-based degreaser such as
Grizzly’s G7895 Degreaser. Avoid chlorine-based
solvents as they may damage painted surfaces
should they come in contact. Always follow the
usage instructions on the product you choose for
clean up.
Site Considerations
FLOOR LOAD
Your Model G1022 Series represents a medium
load in a small footprint. Most commercial or
home shop floors should be sufficient to carry the
weight of the Model G1022 Series. If you question
the strength of your floor, you can opt to reinforce
it.
WORKING CLEARANCES
Do not use gasoline or
other petroleum-based
solvents. They have low
flash points which make
them extremely flammable. A risk of explosion
and burning exists if
these p r o d u c t s a r e
u s e d . Serious personal
injury may occur if this
warning is ignored.
Working clearances can be thought of as the distances between machines and obstacles that
allow safe operation of every machine without limitation. Consider existing and anticipated machine
needs, size of material to be processed through
each machine, and space for auxiliary stands
and/or work tables. Also, consider the relative
position of each machine to one another for efficient material handling. Be sure to allow yourself
sufficient room to safely run your machines in any
foreseeable operation and keep dust collection
hoses off the floor and out of the way.
LIGHTING AND OUTLETS
Do not smoke while using
solvents. A risk of explosion or fire exists and may
result in serious personal
injury.
Many of the solvents
commonly used to clean
machinery can be toxic
when inhaled or ingested. Always work in wellventilated areas far from
potential ignition sources
when dealing with solvents. Use care when disposing of waste rags and
towels to be sure they do
not create fire or environmental hazards.
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Lighting should be bright enough to eliminate
shadows and prevent eye strain. Electrical circuits
should be dedicated or large enough to handle
combined motor amp loads. Outlets should be
located near each machine so power or extension
cords are not obstructing high-traffic areas. Be
sure to observe local electrical codes for proper
installation of new lighting, outlets, or circuits.
Make your shop “child
safe.” Ensure that your
workplace is inaccessible
to youngsters by closing
and locking all entrances
when you are away. Never
allow visitors in your shop
when assembling, adjusting or operating equipment.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
SECTION 4: ASSEMBLY
Beginning Assembly
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Stand Assembly
The Model G1022 Series is supplied with a
heavy-duty stand. To assemble the stand:
1.
Fasten the plastic feet to all four legs using
the M10-1.5 x 25 hex bolts, 10MM flat washers and M10-1.5 hex nuts as shown in
Figure 7.
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire assembly
process. Failure to comply may result in serious
personal injury.
Figure 7. Installing the rubber feet.
2.
Some metal parts may
have sharp edges on
them after they are
formed. Please examine
the edges of all metal
parts before handling
them. Failure to do so
could result in injury.
Locate the long upper and lower side braces
(2 each) and bolt to the legs using the M81.25 x 16 carriage bolts, 8MM flat washers
and M8-1.25 hex nuts as shown in Figure 8.
Do not tighten any stand bolts at this time.
Most of your Model G1022 Series has been
assembled at the factory, but some parts must be
assembled or installed after delivery. We have
organized the assembly process into steps.
Please follow along in the order presented here.
TOOLS REQUIRED: High quality square and
straightedge, metric Allen® wrench set, flat screwdriver, Phillips® screwdriver, dead blow hammer
and a 6" or 8" adjustable wrench.
Figure 8. Assembled side panel.
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3.
Attach the short upper and lower side braces
to one of the assembled side panels. Use the
M8 - 1.25 x 16 carriage bolts, 8MM flat washers and M8-1.25 hex nuts as shown in
Figure 9.
6.
Note the location of the mounting holes on
the top of the stand. Turn the table saw body
upside-down and place the dust hood and
adapter assembly over the bottom of the
table saw body with the dust port flange
pointed up.
All Models:
7. Align the holes at the four corners. Place the
assembled stand upside down on the table
saw body, and line up its mounting holes.
Make certain the side of the stand with the “Z
Series” label, if applicable, is on the front side
of the machine (the side with the Grizzly label
and angle scale). Secure with M8-1.25 x 19
hex bolts, 8MM flat washers and M8-1.25
hex nuts, with the dust port sandwiched
between as shown in Figure 11.
Saw Body
Figure 9. Assembled stand section.
4.
Bolt the other side panel to the upper and
lower braces using the M8-1.25 x 16 carriage bolts, 8MM flat washers and M8-1.25
hex nuts as shown in Figure 10.
Dust Hood
Adapter
Dust Hood
Stand
Figure 11. Attaching the stand to the saw base.
8.
With the help of a second person, flip the
entire table saw unit right side-up and move
it into its working position. Level the stand by
checking all sides for symmetry. Measure
diagonally from top to bottom and adjust the
stand so both diagonals are equal. Tighten
all of the stand bolts.
Figure 10. Stand completely assembled.
G1022ZF and ZFX:
5. Take the black plastic dust hood with the 4"
port and align it with the opening in the
adapter. The bolt holes on each of the four
corners should line up. Using 10-24 x 3⁄8"
bolts, 10-24 nuts and 3⁄16" lock washers to
secure the hood to the adapter.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Handwheels
To mount the handwheels:
1.
Position a handwheel over the arbor raising
shaft on the front of the saw. Be sure it fits
completely over the shaft. The slots in the
handwheel hole will engage with the roll pin
on the shaft as shown in Figure 12.
2.
Position the other handwheel similarly on the
blade tilting shaft located at the side of the
saw.
3.
Screw the black plastic lock knobs onto the
ends of the shafts to lock the handwheels in
place.
Motor
The following pictures show the motor and V-belt
included with the Model G1022SM and Z. The
motor and belt included with the Model G1022ZF,
ZFX and PRO will look slightly different but will
assemble in the same manner as shown.
To mount the motor:
1.
Turn the motor upside down and attach the
motor plate using M8-1.25 x 25 hex bolts,
8MM flat washers and M8-1.25 hex nuts as
shown in Figure 13. Finger-tighten only.
Note: Motor comes
pre-wired.
Roll Pin
Body mounted switch on
G1022SM and Z only
Figure 12. Mounting the handwheels.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Figure 13. Attaching the motor plate.
2.
Insert the 1⁄4''-20 x 2'' hex bolt through the
hole in the pulley guard bracket as shown in
Figure 14.
Figure 14. Attaching pulley guard bracket.
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3.
Set the motor on end and slip the pulley
guard bracket between the base of the motor
and the motor plate. Tighten one of the four
mounting bolts. Leave the other three loose
as shown in Figure 15.
Figure 15. Installing pulley guard.
4.
Locate the motor mount bracket. Loosen the
setscrew that holds the motor pivot rod in
place and remove the rod. Line up the hole
in the motor bracket with the hole in the
motor plate and insert the motor pivot rod
making sure the groove in the rod lines up
with the setscrew in the mount bracket as
shown in Figure 16. Tighten the setscrew.
5.
Turn the arbor tilting handwheel until the
arbor is set to 0°. Slide the motor assembly
onto the linking bars through the holes in the
motor bracket. Line up the setscrews with
the grooves on the linking bars and tighten
as shown in Figure 17.
Figure 17. Attaching motor to linking bars.
6. Lift the motor up and slip the V-belt over the
grooves in the pulleys. Slowly release the
motor, allowing its weight to add tension to
the V-Belt as shown in Figure 18.
Figure 18. Attaching the V-belt to the motor.
Figure 16. Installing the motor mount bracket.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Wiring
7.
Place a straightedge across the arbor pulley
and the motor pulley. The straightedge
should run across both pulleys evenly as
shown in Figure 19. Adjust the motor on its
mount until pulleys are aligned, then tighten
all the mounting bolts.
G1022SM and G1022Z:
The ON/OFF switch, with attached power cord
and plug, is already mounted to the saw enclosure. Simply connect the quick disconnect on the
cord between the switch and motor.
G1022ZF, G1022ZFX and G1022PRO:
The ON/OFF switch on the ZF, ZFX and PRO
models mounts directly below the front fence rail.
1.
Take the L-shaped bracket supplied and
position it below the front fence rail at the left
hand side of the machine. The shorter side
of the L has two holes which will align with
two holes in the fence rail. Use two Philip®
head screws to attach the bracket. Thread
them in from underneath the rail so the
heads are not in the way of the fence travel.
2.
Now attach the switch, using two Philips®
head screws inserted through the back of the
bracket and into threaded inserts in the back
side of the switch box. Tighten these so the
switch box is secure.
3.
Connect the quick disconnect on the cord
between the switch and motor.
Figure 19. Checking V-belt alignment.
8.
Slip the pulley cover spacer over the pulley
cover mounting bolt and fit the plastic pulley
cover in place. Secure it with the wing nut
provided as shown in Figure 20.
Figure 20. Attaching the pulley guard.
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6.
Now, check the alignment of the table vs.
both wings. Your straightedge should run flat
across both wings and the table top. If the
straightedge contacts both the wings and the
table evenly, you may skip to the next section. If it does not, continue to Step 7.
7.
If the wings tilt down, apply layers of masking tape under each bolt near the bottom
edge of the wing.
Attach each wing to the table using the M10
- 1.50 x 25 hex bolts and 10MM flat washers
8.
provided. Thread the center bolt in first, then
the front and back bolts. Get the wings reasonably flush with the table. Do not completely tighten the bolts.
If the wing tilts up, apply layers of masking
tape above each bolt near the top edge of
the wing.
9.
Tighten bolts and adjust again as described
in Steps 2-4.
Extension Wings
The Model G1022SM is supplied with sheet metal
extension wings, and the Models G1022Z, ZF,
ZFX and PRO include cast iron extension wings.
Installation and adjustment are the same for all
the models. To install the extension wings:
1.
2.
Working front to back, align the front edge of
the extension wing with the edge of the table,
so they are flush, and tighten the front bolt.
3.
Raise or lower the rear of the extension wing
until the middle of the wing is flush with the
table top and tighten the middle bolt as
shown in Figure 21.
Fence Rails
G1022SM and G1022Z
The Model G1022SM and Z are supplied with
round rails, the Model G1022ZF and ZFX are
supplied with flat angular bar sections and the
Model G1022PRO is supplied with square tube
rails. This accommodates the standard fence for
the SM and Z models, the Shop Fox® fence for
the ZF and ZFX models and the Shop Fox®
Classic fence for the PRO model. Please refer to
the Shop Fox® manuals for complete information
regarding the installation of the front and back
fence rails on the ZX, ZXF and PRO models.
The rails should extend to the right of the saw and
are attached to the table top with special bolts
and dished spacers. The rails come packed in a
separate box. To mount the rails:
Figure 21. Checking table to wing alignment.
4.
Raise or lower the rear of the wing until the
wing and table are flush. Tighten the bolt.
5.
Repeat Steps 2-4 for the other extension
wing.
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1.
The two center bolts for each rail thread
directly into the table top, and the outer two
bolts secure from the back side of the extension wing with hex nuts as shown in Figure
22. Be sure that the rail with the built-in measuring rule is mounted on the front side of the
machine, with the markings facing up.
2.
Insert the round, plastic plugs into the ends
of each rail.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Blade
Please refer to our current catalog for a complete
selection of saw blades. To install the saw blade:
1.
Unthread the arbor nut clockwise and
remove the outside flange from the arbor.
Note that there is a 3⁄4'' diameter spacer on
the arbor shaft. Remove and discard it.
Remember the arbor nut is a left-handed
thread.
2.
Install the saw blade onto the arbor. Ensure
that the blade teeth point toward you as you
stand at the front of the saw. Slide on the
flange and thread the arbor nut back on.
3.
Use the arbor wrench provided with the saw
to tighten the arbor nut. Wedge a block of
wood in the teeth of the blade to keep it from
turning when tightening the nut as shown in
Figure 24.
Figure 22. Attaching fence rails.
Fence
G1022SM and G1022Z
1.
Thread the plastic knob onto the lock handle.
2.
Set the lock handle in the up position and
slide the fence over the front and rear rails as
shown in Figure 23.
Lock Handle
Figure 24. Changing saw blade.
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Figure 23. G1022SM fence shown.
3.
The fence will require further adjustments, all
of which are covered in Adjustments
Section.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
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Blade Guard
1.
Screw the threaded end of the support shaft
into the hole in the back of the rear trunnion.
The check nut on the shaft will be used to
tighten the shaft in place as shown in Figure
25. Leave it loose for now.
4.
Tighten the mounting bolts to secure the
blade guard.
5.
Using a machinist's or a combination square,
align the face of the splitter perpendicular to
the surface of the saw table as shown in
Figure 27. Rotate the support shaft slightly.
This will normally correct any minor misalignment.
Support Shaft
Figure 25. Installing blade guard.
2.
Loosen the blade-guard mounting bolt located just inside the table cut-out and the blade
guard mounting bolt on the end of the support shaft.
3.
Slip the slots at the bottom of the guard over
the two mounting bolts as shown in Figure
26. The washers should be between the bolt
head and the slots. Rotate the support shaft
to align the mounting bolts to the mounting
slots on the guard.
Figure 27. Adjusting blade guard.
The saw blade is extremely sharp. Use extra
care when handling the blade or working
near it. Serious injury is possible.
6.
Next, set a straightedge against the face of
the saw blade and the blade guard/splitter as
shown in Figure 28. If the blade guard/splitter is properly aligned, please skip ahead to
the next section; otherwise, continue with the
next step.
Blade Guard Mounting Bolts
Blade Guard
Support Shaft
Figure 26. Blade guard components.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Figure 28. Checking alignment of blade guard.
7.
If the blade guard/splitter is to the right of the
blade as shown in Figure 29. simply add
washers between the splitter and front
mounting bracket, and adjust the rear splitter
support as shown in Figure 29.
Figure 30. Proper splitter/blade alignment.
8.
Recheck guard alignment to the blade and to
the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten all the bolts before use. If the blade guard
is properly aligned, please skip ahead to the
next section; otherwise, continue with the
next step.
9.
If the splitter is positioned to the left of the
blade, alignment cannot be achieved by
washer placement. Adjustment of the front
support bracket is required as shown in
Figure 30. Loosen the adjustment screws
and move to the right.
10. Recheck guard alignment to the blade and to
the table top. Adjust as necessary and tighten down all the bolts before use.
Figure 29. Improper splitter/blade alignment.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
11. Adjust the blade to 45° and raise and lower it
through the full range. Readjust blade to 90°
and raise and lower it through the full range.
There should be no contact between the
base and the table insert or any other part of
the saw. If there is, repeat Steps 1-10.
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Table Insert
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Allen® Wrench
Setscrew
Table Insert
The table insert provides access to the blade and
arbor when removed. When in place, the insert
provides support for materials being cut.
1.
Disconnect the power cord from the outlet.
2.
Ensure that all four setscrews are firmly in
contact with the table casting.
3.
Using a 6mm hex wrench, raise or lower
each of the four setscrews until the insert is
flush with the table top as shown in Figure
31.
4.
Now make sure the blade will not come into
contact with table insert. Position the blade at
90°, then raise and lower the blade through its
full range of motion. Also rotate the blade
while doing this, making sure that the blade
never contacts any part of the table insert. Do
the same with the blade in the 45° position.
Wear leather gloves while rotating the blade
to prevent being cut.
5.
Be sure to review Section 5: Adjustments,
“Blade Parallelism,” before operating the
saw.
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Figure 31. Adjusting table insert height.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
SECTION 5: ADJUSTMENTS
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G1022SM Fence
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
(The Model G1022ZF, ZFX and PRO use a Shop
Fox® fences. Please refer to the instruction manual included with the Shop Fox® fences for complete directions on adjusting.)
The fence must engage and square up on the
front rail before the rear clamp engages the back
rail. In essence, the rear clamp should act as a
secondary mechanism for maintaining fence
position. When adjusted correctly, the lever lock
should only begin to apply pressure on the back
rail over the last one-third of its stroke. To adjust
the fence:
1.
Wear safety glasses
during the entire adjustment process. Failure to
comply may result in
serious personal injury.
First, make sure the front clamp is engaging
the front rail with the lock handle at one-half
of its throw. If the front clamp requires adjustment, loosen the check nut shown in Figure
32. Turn the adjusting bolt clockwise if the
front clamp is too far from the rail, or counterclockwise if it is too close.
Adjusting Bolt
Check Nut
Figure 32. Adjusting clamp mechanism.
2.
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Now slide the fence along the rail until it is
aligned with the edge of the miter slot. Lock
the fence down.
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3.
Loosen the rear lock adjustment, the slotted
screw on the front of the fence shown in
Figure 33, until the rear locking lever ceases
to engage the rear rail with the fence in the
locked position.
Rear Lock Adjustment
Figure 33. Rear lock adjustment screw.
4.
5.
Loosen the locking lever until it is approximately two-thirds engaged. Tighten the rear
adjusting screw until the rear clamp barely
touches the back rail.
6.
Loosen the locking lever and slide the fence
along the rail. Return the fence to its position
at the edge of the miter slot and slowly apply
pressure to the lever. If adjustments are correct, the fence should square itself before
the rear clamp engages. If the rear clamp
engages before the fence is squared, loosen
the screw one-quarter turn and retest.
Tip: Attach a piece of 3⁄4" thick hardwood to the
blade side of the fence as shown in Figure 35.
This will keep thin materials from wedging
between the fence and table, and will also protect
the fence from coming in contact with the blade
when dadoing or ripping thin stock. Remember to
adjust measurement scale on rail to compensate
for the thickness of the sacrificial fence.
Loosen the adjustment bolts at the top of the
fence shown in Figure 34. Move the straight
portion of the fence until it is parallel with the
miter slot from front to back. Retighten the
bolts.
Adjustment Bolts
Figure 35. Attaching a sacrificial fence.
Figure 34. Adjustment bolts for fence parallelism.
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7.
Once the fence is adjusted, check the measurement pointer shown in Figure 36 and
adjust if necessary.
Adjusting Bolt
Check Nut
Measurement Pointer
Figure 36B. Adjusting clamp mechanism.
2.
Now slide the fence along the rail until it is
aligned with the edge of the miter slot. Lock
the fence down.
3.
Loosen the rear lock adjustment, the slotted
screw on the front of the fence shown in
Figure 37, until the rear locking lever ceases
to engage the rear rail with the fence in the
locked position.
Figure 36. Adjust measurement pointer.
G1022Z Fence
(The Model G1022ZF, ZFX and PRO use a Shop
Fox® fence. Please refer to the instruction manual included with the Shop Fox® fence for complete
directions on adjusting the fence.)
The fence must engage and square up on the
front rail before the rear clamp engages the back
rail. In essence, the rear clamp should act as a
secondary mechanism for maintaining fence
position. When adjusted correctly, the lever lock
should only begin to apply pressure on the back
rail over the last one-third of its stroke. To adjust
the fence:
1.
First, make sure the front clamp is engaging
the front rail with the lock handle at one-half
of its throw. If the front clamp requires adjustment, loosen the check nut shown in Figure
36B. Turn the adjusting bolt clockwise if the
front clamp is too far from the rail, counterclockwise if it is too close.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Rear Lock Adjustment
Figure 37. Rear lock adjustment screw.
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Tip – Attach a piece of 3⁄4" thick hardwood to the
blade side of the fence shown in Figure 39. This
will keep thin materials from wedging between
the fence and table, and will also protect the
fence from coming in contact with the blade when
dadoing or ripping thin stock.
Front Adjustment Screws
Locking Lever
Figure 38. Adjustment bolts for fence parallelism.
4.
5.
Loosen the locking lever (Figure 38) until it
is approximately two-thirds engaged. Make
note of its position and lift it up all the way.
Tighten the rear adjustment screw until the
rear clamp is approximately 1⁄16'' from the rail.
Move the lock handle back to its two-thirds
position. The rear clamp should just be
touching the rail. If it is too loose or too tight,
lift the handle and turn the adjusting screw in
small increments until the clamp is in its
proper location. NOTE: Do not turn the
adjustment screw unless the lock handle is
in the up position. Damage to the clamp
shoe will result if this step is not observed.
Figure 39. Attaching a sacrificial fence.
6.
Once the fence is adjusted, check the measurement pointer shown in Figure 40, and
adjust if necessary.
Measurement Pointer
Loosen the locking lever and slide the fence
along the rail. Return the fence to its position
at the edge of the miter slot and slowly apply
pressure to the lever. If adjustments are correct, the fence should square itself before
the rear clamp engages. If the rear clamp
engages before the fence is squared, loosen
the screw one-quarter turn and retest.
Figure 40. Adjust measurement pointer.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
Blade Parallelism
Your table saw will give the best results if the
miter slot is parallel to the blade. If they are not
exactly parallel, your cuts and finished work will
be lower in quality. To check and adjust blade
parallelism:
1.
Using an adjustable square, measure the
distance between the miter slot and the front
of your blade as shown in Figures 41 and
42.
Figure 41. 90° blade parallelism measurement.
2.
Note the first measurement. Rotate the
blade 180° and move the square to the rear
of the blade. You may find it helpful to mark
your blade with a felt-tip pen (as a rotation
guide) at the point where the straightedge
and blade meet.
3.
Compare the measurements. If the difference in measurements is less than 0.004",
your blade and table are in acceptable alignment move to Step 7. If the difference is
greater, you will need to adjust the trunnion
and table.
4.
To adjust blade alignment, remove the
motor, wings and the upper half of the saw
from the stand. Place it upside down on 4 x
4 blocks to allow the saw blade to rotate
freely.
5.
Remove the handwheels and the sheet
metal body. To maintain the trunnion assembly as one unit, place a bar clamp across the
entire trunnion assembly. The four trunnion
bolts (Figure 43) can now be loosened. This
will allow the trunnion assembly to be shifted
in order to change the alignment between
the blade and the miter slot.
6.
Now measure the miter slot to the blade as
in Steps 1 and 2. Move the trunnion assembly until proper alignment has been
obtained. Tighten the trunnion bolts and
remove the bar clamp.
#4 Shim Location Clamp Here #3 Shim Location
Trunnion
Bolts
Trunnion
Bolts
Figure 42. 90° blade parallelism measurement.
#2 Shim Location
#1 Shim Location
Clamp Here
Figure 43. Table/trunnion assembly.
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7.
Now check to see if the blade remains parallel to the miter slot when tilted to 45°.
8.
Tilt the blade to 45° and repeat Steps 1-5. If
the blade is still parallel to the miter slot, continue with the next section. Otherwise, continue with the next step.
9.
If the blade was parallel to the miter slot at
90° but not at 45°, the trunnion will need to
be shimmed with metal shim stock. The
shims are placed between the trunnion corners and the table.
#1 Shim
#3 Shim
#2 Shim
#4 Shim
Figure 45. 45° blade parallelism measurement.
#1 Shim
#3 Shim
#2 Shim
#4 Shim
Figure 44A. 45° blade parallelism measurement.
10. Refer to Figures 43, 44A, 44B and 45, for
shim placement. If the distance of A is shorter than B, shim(s) will need to be placed
under corners #1 and #2. If the distance of B
is shorter than A, shim(s) will need to be
placed under corners #3 and #4. Very thin
shim stock works well, just make sure they
are all the same thickness, and you put an
equal number under each of the two corners.
11. Tighten down one trunnion bolt a small
amount and then move on to each of the others, tightening each down the same amount.
Continue to rotate through the bolts, tightening them a little each time until they are all
secure.
12. Now recheck the blade to miter slot at 90°
and 45° by repeating Steps 1-3 and 8. If the
distance of A and B are equal to or less than
0.004" at both 90° and 45°, continue to the
next section. If the distances are still off by
more than 0.004", repeat Steps 4-12.
Figure 44B. Shim placement.
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13. Once you feel you have the miter slot adjusted to the blade, recheck all measurements
and be sure the table mounting bolts are
secure. Repeat Step 10 in “Blade
Guard/Splitter” instructions. Also, if you ever
loosen the trunnion in the future, be sure to
make note of shim placements and
reassemble exactly how it came apart.
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45° and 90° Stops
B
The Model G1022 Series is equipped with positive stops at 45° and 90°. When properly adjusted, they provide precise and dependable guides
for bevel adjustment. To set these stops:
1.
Unplug the machine! Raise the saw blade
to its maximum height by turning the front
handwheel clockwise.
2.
Set the saw blade at 90° to the table by turning the handwheel at the side of the machine
as far as it will go. Important: Do not force
the handwheels when setting the blade
height or bevel. If the handwheels offer resistance, do not continue turning until you
determine the source of the resistance.
3.
Once your blade is set at 90° to the table,
place a machinist's square or speed square
against the blade and table surface, as
shown in Figure 46.
A
C
D
Figure 47. 90° and 45° stop bolt adjustments.
6.
Turn the handwheel until the blade and
square are flush from top to bottom.
7.
Snug the adjustment screw and tighten the
lock nut. Recheck the blade with the square
to ensure that you have not over tightened
the screw.
8.
Using the side handwheel, adjust the blade
bevel until you hit the 45° positive stop.
Check the bevel with your speed square or
an adjustable square set to 45°.
9.
If variations exist, loosen the lock nut (C) and
adjust the stop bolt (D) (Figure 47) until your
blade and square match.
10. Tighten the lock nut and recheck the bevel
by adjusting the blade back to 90°, then back
to 45°. Correct again, if necessary.
Figure 46. Checking blade angle to table.
4.
With the square in place, inspect for variation
between the blade and square.
5.
If a gap exists at either the top or the bottom
of the square, loosen lock nut (A) and adjustment bolt (B) indicated in Figure 47.
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!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
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Worm Gear
Miter Gauge
The degree of resistance at the blade height
handwheel can be adjusted to compensate for
wear or for personal preference. To adjust:
Initial Step, Model G1022ZF and ZFX:
The ZF/ZFX miter gauge has two setscrews in
the miter slot bar which can be set to remove any
free play from the miter gauge when inserted in
the T-slot. Loosen or tighten the two setscrews
until the miter gauge slides freely back and forth,
but has no side-to-side movement.
1.
Loosen the lock nut (A) shown in Figure 48.
This will allow the eccentric sleeve that surrounds the worm gear to turn. Although this
process can be done with the handwheel in
place, you may find it easier to remove it first.
A
B
Figure 48. Handwheel resistance adjustment.
2.
As you watch from below, twist the pointer
assembly at the front of the saw. As you turn
the pointer, you’ll see the worm gear move
toward and away from the teeth on the front
trunnion. Ideally, the worm gear should
mesh with the teeth without slop or excess
tightness. This process requires a bit of trial
and error.
3.
Once you have found a degree of tightness
that you prefer, tighten the lock nut.
4.
Loosen the setscrew (B) and pivot the pointer back to zero. Retighten the setscrew.
Replace the handwheel.
Next step for all models:
1. Loosen the lock knob on the miter gauge and
place a square against the face of the miter
body and the blade.
2.
Adjust the miter body until there is no space
between the square and the blade. Tighten
the lock knob.
3.
With the stop link in the up position, loosen
the jam nut and adjust the stop screw shown
in Figure 49 until it is seated against the stop
link.
4.
Now loosen the setscrew on the left front
side of the miter bar, adjust the pointer to 90˚
and retighten the setscrew.
5.
To adjust to 45˚, follow Steps 1-4 using an
adjustable square set to 45˚.
6.
After rotating the miter body from 45˚ to 90˚
and back a few times, double check your
adjustments at both angles to assure that
you have accurately set your miter gauge.
Jam Nut
Stop Screw
Stop Link
Figure 49. Miter gauge adjustment points.
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SECTION 6: OPERATIONS
Pre-Run Check
Test Run
Before you begin to use your Model G1022
Series, you should give it a thorough inspection.
While making your inspection, ask yourself the
following questions:
1.
Are all the fasteners tight?
2.
Is the blade mounted correctly?
3.
Is the saw stable?
4.
Is it wired properly?
5.
Is your electrical system properly configured?
6.
Have you checked your work piece for obvious defects?
7.
Are the V-belts properly tensioned and the
pulleys properly aligned?
8.
Is the guard assembly installed and functional?
9.
Have you checked the saw blade clearance
when it is adjusted to varying angles and
depths?
!
Keep loose clothing
rolled up and out of the
way of machinery and
keep hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire operations
process. Failure to comply may result in serious
personal injury.
Always wear a dust
mask when operating
the G1022. Using this
machine produces sawdust which may cause
allergic reactions or respiratory problems.
10. Have you read all warnings and directions
regarding the operation of this machine?
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Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance,
assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
1.
Face the table saw and stand to the left of
the blade path.
2.
With one finger on the START button and
one finger on the STOP button, turn the saw
on. Be ready to turn it off in case of mishap.
3.
Watch and listen to the saw. Note whether
there are any unusual sounds or excessive
vibrations.
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4.
If anything appears abnormal, immediately
turn off the saw and fix the problem. If a
problem exists that is beyond the scope of
this manual, call our service department.
5.
If the saw is behaving normally, turn it off and
prepare to make a cut according to the
instructions outlined in the following sections.
2.
Cross-cut Blade: Used for cutting across
the grain. 10" cross-cut blades have
between 60-80 teeth (Figure 51), alternate
top bevel or steep alternate top bevel tooth
profiles, small hook angle and a shallow gullet.
Blade Selection
Choosing the correct blade for the job is essential
for the safe and efficient use of your table saw.
Ignoring this important step could result in damage to the saw and serious injury to the operator.
Documented below are the most common saw
blades and their uses.
Figure 51. Crosscutting blade.
3.
1.
Rip Blade: Used for cutting with the grain.
Typically, 10" rip blades have between 20-40
teeth (Figure 50), flat-top ground tooth profile and large gullets to allow for large chip
removal.
Combination Blade: Used for cutting with
and across the grain. A compromise
between a rip blade and a cross-cut blade, a
10" combination blade will typically have
between 40-50 teeth (Figure 52), an alternate top bevel and flat or alternate top bevel
and raker tooth profile. The teeth are
arranged in groups of five. The gullets are
small and shallow within the groups of five
teeth, similar to a cross-cut blade; then large
and deep between the groups, like a ripping
blade.
Figure 50. Ripping blade.
Figure 52. Combination blade.
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4.
Plywood Blade: Used for cutting plywood or
veneers. A 10" plywood blade will have 4080 teeth (Figure 53), a steep alternate top
bevel tooth profile and very shallow gullet.
Figure 54. Various saw tooth cutting profiles.
Crosscutting
Figure 53. Plywood blade.
5.
6.
7.
Thin-kerf: Most types of saw blades are
available in a thin-kerf style. Used primarily
to minimize stock wastage. It is recommended thin-kerf blades be used in conjunction
with a blade stabilizer to reduce blade wobble. Note: Most blade guards/splitters are
thicker than most thin-kerf blades. Make
sure the stock will pass by the guard/splitter
before beginning a cut.
Dado Blades: There are two types of dado
blades: stack and wobble. Stack dadoes are
expensive and time consuming to set up but
leave a clean and smooth finish. Stack
dadoes are used for fine furniture and cabinet making. Wobble dadoes are inexpensive
and easy to set up, but leave a rough finish.
Moulding Heads: A moulding head is a cutterhead that attaches to the arbor and holds
individual moulding knives. We do not recommend their use. They are very dangerous
and required training beyond the scope of
this manual.
This section on blade selection is by no means
comprehensive. Always follow the saw blade
manufacturer's recommendations to assure safe
and efficient operation of your table saw.
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Crosscutting means cutting across the grain of
the wood. In wood products without grain (i.e.
MDF, particleboard) it simply means cutting
across the width of the stock.
Crosscuts are made with the miter gauge. There
are two miter gauge slots in the table top. Use the
one that works best for the piece being crosscut.
To make a crosscut using the miter gauge:
1.
Inspect the board for soundness. You do not
necessarily need a square edge to crosscut
with accuracy.
2.
Inspect the miter gauge. Is it properly set and
tight? Move the rip fence completely out of
the way.
3.
Turn on the saw and allow it to come to full
speed.
4.
Hold the workpiece firmly against the face of
the miter gauge and ease it into the blade as
shown in Figure 55.
5.
Turn off the saw and allow the blade to come
to a full stop.
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workpiece fully past the blade. When a small
width is to be ripped and a push stick cannot be safely put between the blade and rip
fence, rip a larger piece to obtain the desired
piece.
3.
Turn on the saw and allow it to reach full
speed. Place the trued edge of the board
against the rip fence. Feed the workpiece
slowly and evenly into the blade. Do not
stand behind the board as shown in Figure
56.
Figure 55. Cross-cut operation.
Ripping
Ripping means to cut with the grain of the wood.
In other materials such as MDF or plywood, ripping simply means to cut lengthwise. To rip a
board:
1.
Inspect the board for soundness. You will
need a straight edge to rip with accuracy and
safety. Your workpiece may need to be jointed flat before attempting to cut on the table
saw.
Never attempt to rip a board that does not
have one perfectly straight edge on it.
Always run the straight edge of the board
against the rip fence. Failure to do this
could result in kickback and serious personal injury.
2.
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Figure 56. Do not stand directly behind wood.
Stand out of the line of potential kickback.
Hold the workpiece firmly against the fence
and table. Do not allow your fingers to get
close to the blade! Do not reach over the
blade to off-load the workpiece.
Set the rip fence to the desired distance from
the blade. IF YOU ARE MAKING NARROW
CUTS, USE A PUSH STICK. It is unsafe to
put your hands close to the blade. A push
stick pattern has been included in this manual on Page 62, or you can purchase the
G3445 or G1411 push stick from the Grizzly
catalog. Use them to hold the workpiece
against the table and fence, and push the
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Dado Operations
In addition to its ability to rip and crosscut lumber,
the table saw is also an invaluable tool for creating a variety of dadoes. These non-through cuts
can be created with a regular saw blade or with a
specially-designed dado blades shown in Figure
57.
Always use push sticks, featherboards,
push paddles and other safety accessories
whenever possible to increase safety and
control during operations which require the
blade guard and splitter to be removed from
the saw. ALWAYS replace the blade guard
after dadoing is complete.
Proper dado operations will differ depending on
the blade system you choose. Consult the
instructions included with your dado blades for
directions regarding attachment and adjustment.
To use a dado blade:
1.
Ensure that the saw is switched off and disconnected from its power source.
2.
Remove the table insert, splitter guard, regular saw blade.
3.
Attach and adjust the dado blade system as
recommended in the dado blade’s instructions.
4.
Install the dado table insert.
5.
Raise the blade system up to the desired
depth of the dado. Make sure the dado blade
will not cut through the work piece.
6.
If dadoing along the length of your workpiece, adjust the distance between the fence
and the inside edge of the blade to suit your
needs. When cutting across the wood grain,
use the miter gauge as a guide while dadoing. Remember: Never use the fence as a
stop in conjunction with your miter gauge.
7.
Reconnect the saw to the power source.
8.
Using a scrap as a test piece, switch on the
saw and take a pass over the dado blade.
9.
If the cut is satisfactory, repeat with your finish stock.
Figure 57. Optional dado blade system.
Never allow hands or arms to be above or
behind the saw blade. Should kickback
occur, the hands and arms can be pulled
into the saw blade. Serious injury will
result.
Never perform a through cut operation with
a dado blade. A dado blade was designed to
make non-through cuts only. Failure to follow these directions could result in serious
injury will result.
Dado operations present very real hazards
requiring proper procedures to avoid serious injury. The chance of kickback is
always greater when dado blades are used
so extra precautions must be used. Any
movement of the stock away from the fence
will cause kickback. Be certain that stock is
flat and straight. Failure to follow these
warnings could result in serious personal
injury.
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10. Re-install the blade guard.
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Dadoing operations can also be accomplished
using a conventional saw blade. To create a single-blade dado:
1.
Clearly mark the width of the dado cut on
your workpiece. Include marks on the edge
of your workpiece so you can clearly identify
your intended cut while the material is laying
flat on the saw table.
2.
Set the blade height to the depth of cut you
wish to create.
3.
If the dado runs the length of the material,
adjust the fence so the blade is aligned with
the inside of your dado channel as shown in
Figure 57B.
Rabbet Operations
In addition to its ability to create a variety of
dadoes, this table saw can be used to cut Lshaped rabbets. These cuts can be created with
a regular saw blade or with specially-designed
stacking or wobbling dado blades (Figure 57).
Proper rabbet operation will differ depending on
the blade system you choose. Consult the
instructions included with your dado blades for
directions regarding attachment and adjustment.
To use a dado blade for rabbeting operations:
1.
4.
Turn on your saw and make the first cut.
Rabbet cutting on the edge of a piece of
stock requires the use of a sacrificial fence
attachment as shown in Figure 58. The
sacrificial fence can be made from a piece
of wood that is as long as the metal fence
and 3⁄4" thick. Once the sacrificial fence has
been cut, attach it to the metal fence with
screws or clamps, making sure they are all
secure and tight.
Rip Fence
Sacrificial Fence
Figure 57B. Single-blade dado cut.
Dado Insert
Blade Cut-Out
5.
Turn off the saw and readjust the fence so
the blade is aligned with the other edge of
the intended dado channel. Be sure to keep
the cuts within your marks; otherwise, your
dado will be too large.
6.
Turn on the saw and make a second cut.
7.
Move toward the center of the dado with your
subsequent cuts until the dado is complete.
8.
Re-install the blade guard.
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Figure 58. Sacrificial fence.
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Always use push sticks, featherboards,
push paddles and other safety accessories
whenever possible to increase safety and
control during operations which require
that the blade guard and splitter must be
removed from the saw. ALWAYS replace the
blade guard after dadoing is complete.
2.
Ensure that the saw is switched off and disconnected from its power source.
3.
Remove the table insert, splitter guard and
the regular saw blade from the arbor.
4.
Attach and adjust the dado blade system as
recommended in the dado blade instructions. Raise the blade system according two
your needs. Make sure it will not cut through
the workpiece.
5.
If rabbeting along the length of your workpiece, adjust the distance between the fence
and the outside edge of the blade to suit your
needs as shown in Figure 59. When cutting
across the wood grain, use the miter gauge
as a guide while rabbeting. Remember:
never use the fence as a stop in conjunction
with your miter gauge.
6.
Using a scrap as a test piece, switch on the
saw and take a pass over the dado blade.
7.
If the cut is satisfactory, repeat with your finish stock.
8.
Reinstall the blade guard.
Figure 59. Rabbet cutting.
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Rabbeting operations can also be accomplished
using a conventional saw blade. To create a single-blade rabbet:
1.
Clearly mark the width of the rabbet cut on
your workpiece. Include marks on the edge
of your workpiece so you can clearly identify
your intended cut while the material is laying
flat on the saw table.
2.
Set the blade height to the depth of cut you
wish to create.
3.
If the rabbet runs the length of the material,
adjust the fence so the blade is aligned with
the inside of your rabbet channel.
4.
Turn on your saw and make the first cut.
5.
Turn off the saw and readjust the fence so
that the next cut will remove another portion
of the wood stock between the inside edge of
the rabbet and the edge of the wood.
6.
Turn on the saw and make a second cut.
7.
Continue to readjust the blade and cut until
the entire rabbet is made.
8.
Reinstall the blade guard.
Instructions on using moulding heads have
been intentionally left out. They are very
dangerous when not used properly.
Considerable skill and training beyond the
scope of this manual are required to safely
operate a moulding head. Serious personal
injury could result if this warning is not followed.
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SECTION 7: MAINTENANCE
General
!
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance or
repairs. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
Keep clothing rolled
up and out of the way
of machinery and keep
hair pulled back.
Wear safety glasses during the entire maintenance process. Failure
to comply may result in
serious personal injury.
Regular periodic maintenance on your Model
G1022 Series will ensure its optimum performance. Make a habit of inspecting your machine
each time you use it. Check for the following conditions and repair or replace when necessary:
1. Loose mounting bolts.
Lubrication
The sealed ball bearings in the motor and
throughout the Model G1022 Series require no
further lubrication during their lifetime. When they
do wear out, replacements can be obtained
through the Grizzly Parts Department. Lubricate
the areas indicated below every 12 months.
1.
Blade angling trunnions. These should be
lubricated with 6 or 7 drops of light machine
oil.
2.
Blade height trunnion. This should also be
lubricated with 6 or 7 drops of light machine
oil.
3.
The two (2) worm gears should be lubricated with an automotive wheel bearing grease.
Tables
Tables can be kept rust-free with regular applications of products like Boeshield® T-9. For long
term storage you may want to consider products
like Kleen Bore's Rust Guardit™.
V-Belt
2. Worn switch.
3. Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
4. Damaged V-belt.
Inspect regularly for tension and wear. Check pulleys to ensure that they are properly aligned. See
pulley/V-belt sections for proper tension and pulley alignment procedures.
5. Any other condition that could hamper the
safe operation of this machine.
6. Inspect blades for damage.
7. Guard alignment and operation.
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G1022SM AND Z WIRING DIAGRAM
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G1022ZF, ZFX AND PRO WIRING DIAGRAM
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SECTION 8: CLOSURE
The following pages contain general machine
data, parts diagrams/lists, a troubleshooting guide
and Warranty/Return information for your Model
G1022 Series.
If you need parts or help in assembling your
machine, or if you need operational information,
we encourage you to call our Service Department.
Our trained service technicians will be glad to help
you.
If you have comments dealing specifically with
this manual, please write to our Bellingham,
Washington location using the address in Section
3 Introduction.
We have included some important safety measures that are essential to this machine’s operation. While most safety measures are generally
universal, each workshop is different and safety
rules should be considered as they apply to your
specific situation.
Operating this equipment creates the potential for flying debris to cause eye injury.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles
when operating equipment. Everyday glasses or reading glasses only have impact
resistant lenses, they are not safety glasses.
Be certain the safety glasses you wear meet
the appropriate standards of the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI).
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
We recommend you keep a copy of our current
catalog for complete information regarding warranty and return policy. If you need additional
technical information relating to this machine, or if
you need general assistance or replacement
parts, please contact the Service Department listed in Section 3 Introduction.
Additional information sources are necessary to
realize the full potential of this machine. Trade
journals, woodworking magazines, and your local
library are good places to start.
The Model G1022 Series was specifically
designed for wood cutting operations. DO
NOT MODIFY AND/OR USE THIS MACHINE
FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE. Modifications
or improper use of this tool will void the
warranty. If you are confused about any
aspect of this machine, DO NOT use it until
all your questions have been answered or
serious personal injury may occur.
Like all power tools, there is danger associated with the Model G1022 Series.
Accidents are frequently caused by lack of
familiarity or failure to pay attention. Use
this tool with respect and caution to
lessen the possibility of operator injury. If
normal safety precautions are overlooked
or ignored, serious personal injury may
occur.
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MACHINE DATA
SHEET
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
GRIZZLY MODEL G1022SM 10'' TABLE SAW
Design Type ......................................................................................................Floor Model
Overall Dimensions:
Table Height ............................................................................................................37"
Table Size ........................................................................................271⁄8" D x 201⁄8" W
Size With Extension Wings ..............................................................271⁄8" D x 405⁄8" W
With Wings and Fence Rails ..................................................................48" W x 44" D
Miter Gauge T-Slot ............................................................................................3⁄8" x 3⁄4"
Weight (Net) ......................................................................................................240 lbs.
Weight (Shipping)..............................................................................................250 lbs.
Box # 1 Size..........................................................................371⁄2" L x 23" W x 181⁄2" H
Box # 2 Size ................................................................................46" L x 3" W x 11⁄2" H
Footprint ........................................................................................................21" x 25"
Construction:
Table ................................................................................................Ground Cast Iron
Stand ..................................................................................................Pre-formed Steel
Miter Gauge ........................................................................................Aluminum ⁄ Steel
Trunnions ........................................................................................................Cast Iron
Bearings............................................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Fence .............................. Single Lever, Front & Rear Locking w/ Micro Adjust Knob
Rails ..........................................................................44" x 13⁄8" Chrome Plated Tubing
Guard ........................................................................................Steel and Clear Plastic
Wings ............................................................................................Formed Sheet Steel
Cutting Capacity:
Maximum Blade Diameter ........................................................................................10"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 90° ................................................................................31⁄8"
Blade Tilt ....................................................................................................0°-45° Right
Maximum Depth of Cut at 45° ................................................................................21⁄8"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Standard)..............................................................24"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Optional Extension Rails) ....................................48"
Maximum Rip to Left of Blade ..................................................................................11"
Distance from Front of Table to Center of Blade ....................................................17"
Distance from Front of Table to Front of Blade........................................................12"
Maximum Width of Dado Cut ..................................................................................13⁄16"
Motor:
Type ............................................................................TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower .................................................................................................... 11⁄2 H.P.
Phase / Cycle ..............................................................................Single Phase ⁄ 60 HZ
Voltage..........................................................................................................110 ⁄ 220V
Prewired ................................................................................................................110V
Amps ..................................................................................................................16 ⁄ 8A
Hertz and R.P.M. ............................................................................60Hz ⁄ 3450 R.P.M.
Power Transfer ..............................................................................................Belt Drive
Switch ..........................................................................................ON/OFF Push Button
Arbor:
Dimensions......................................................................................................5⁄8" x 11⁄4"
Speed ......................................................................................................4,700 R.P.M.
Features:
........................................Includes Table Inserts for Standard Blade and Dado Blade
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
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G1022SM
G1022SM
G1022SM PARTS LIST
REF
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10-1
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P1022001
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P1022001-A
PSS04M
P1022Z003A
P1022003-1
PB32M
PN02M
P1022004
P1022SM005
PW04M
PB01M
P1022008
P1022009
P1022010
PW04M
PN02M
P1022011
P1022012
P1022013
P1022014
PB03M
PW01M
PN03M
P1022018
P1022SM019
PB03M
PW01M
P1022022
PN04M
PS01M
P1022026
P1022SM027
P1022029
P1022029-1
PFH04M
P1022030
PSS02M
P1022033
PCB01M
PN03M
PW01M
P1022037
P1022038
P1022Z039
DESCRIPTION
TABLE INSERT
DADO INSERT
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 12
STAND LEG
FOOT
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 x 25
HEX NUT M10-1.5
TABLE
SHEET METAL WING
FLAT WASHER 10MM
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 x 30
FRONT GUIDE RAIL
REAR GUIDE RAIL
SPECIAL RAIL BOLT
FLAT WASHER 10MM
HEX NUT M10-1.5
RAIL SPACER
GUIDE RAIL PLUG
CABINET
GEAR BRACKET
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
FLAT WASHER 8MM
HEX NUT M8-1.25
TILTING SCALE
LOGO PLATE
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
FLAT WASHER 8MM
MITER BODY
HEX NUT M4-0.7
PHLP HD SCR M4-0.7 x 18
HAND KNOB
FIBER WASHER
MITER BAR
T-SLOT WASHER
FLAT HD SCR M6-1.0 x 8
ANGLE POINTER
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 6
STOP LINK
CARR BOLT M8-1.25x20
HEX NUT M8-1.25
FLAT WASHER 8MM
WIDTH POINTER
FENCE ADJUSTER
FRONT CLAMP
REF
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PART #
DESCRIPTION
P1022040
P1022041
P1022042
P1022043
P1022044-1
P1022045
P1022046
P1022047
PSS02M
P1022049
P1022050
P1022051
PB03M
PW01M
PN03M
PB06M
PW01M
P1022057
P1022058
P1022059
P1022060
P1022061
P1022062
PS05M
P1022064
P1022073C
PRP20M
P1022075
PB03M
PW01M
PB02M
PW03M
P1022083
P1022085
P1022087
P1022088-1
PSS03M
P1022090
PW01M
PSB13M
P1022093
P1022095
PSS02M
ECCENTRIC
SHAFT FOR ECCENTRIC
SHAFT FOR CLAMP
LOCK LEVER
PINION W/ KNOB
CLAMP SHOE
ADJUSTING BOLT
SHAFT BUSHING
SET SCREW M6-1.0 x 6
SPRING
HAND KNOB
SPRING
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
FLAT WASHER 8MM
HEX NUT M8-1.25
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 12
FLAT WASHER 8MM
BLOCK
PIN
SPRING
CLAMP HOOK
LEVER
LOCK LINK
PHLP HD SCR M5-0.8 x 8
FENCE
SPLITTER
ROLL PIN 4 x 22
BRACKET
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
FLAT WASHER 8MM
HEX BOLT M6-1.0 x 12
FLAT WASHER 6MM
HANDLE
KNOB
HANDWHEEL
POINTER ASSEMBLY
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 8
FRONT BRACKET
FLAT WASHER 8MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25x30
ANGLE WORM SHAFT
COLLAR
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 6
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
MACHINE DATA
SHEET
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
GRIZZLY MODEL G1022Z TABLE SAW
Design Type ......................................................................................................Floor Model
Overall Dimensions:
Table Height ............................................................................................................37"
Table Size ........................................................................................271⁄8" D x 201⁄8" W
Table Size With Extension Wings ....................................................271⁄8" D x 405⁄8" W
Table With Wings and Fence Rails ........................................................48" W x 44" D
Miter Gauge T-Slot ............................................................................................3⁄8" x 3⁄4"
Weight (Net) ......................................................................................................240 lbs.
Weight (Shipping)..............................................................................................250 lbs.
Box # 1 Size ............................................................................36" L x 181⁄2" W x 25" H
Box # 2 Size ..................................................................................46" L x 3" W x 2" H
Box # 3 Size ................................................................................12" L x 12" W x 5" H
Footprint ........................................................................................................21" x 25"
Construction:
Table ................................................................................................Ground Cast Iron
Stand ..................................................................................................Pre-formed Steel
Miter Gauge ........................................................................................Aluminum ⁄ Steel
Trunnions ........................................................................................................Cast Iron
Bearings............................................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Fence ..............................Single Lever ; Front & Rear Locking w/ Micro Adjust Knob;
..............................................................Heavy Extruded Aluminum with Tee Slot Top
Rails ..........................................................................44" x 13⁄8" Chrome Plated Tubing
Guard ........................................................................................Steel and Clear Plastic
Wings..............................................................Ground Cast Iron, Open Ribbed Design
Cutting Capacity:
Maximum Blade Diameter ........................................................................................10"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 90° ................................................................................31⁄8"
Blade Tilt ....................................................................................................0°-45° Right
Maximum Depth of Cut at 45° ................................................................................21⁄8"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Standard)..............................................................24"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Optional Extension Rails) ....................................48"
Maximum Rip to Left of Blade ..................................................................................11"
Distance from Front of Table to Center of Blade ....................................................17"
Distance from Front of Table to Front of Blade........................................................12"
Maximum Width of Dado Cut ..................................................................................13⁄16"
Motor:
Type ............................................................................TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower .................................................................................................... 11⁄2 H.P.
Phase / Cycle ..............................................................................Single Phase ⁄ 60 HZ
Voltage..........................................................................................................110 ⁄ 220V
Prewired ................................................................................................................110V
Amps ..................................................................................................................16 ⁄ 8A
Hertz and R.P.M. ............................................................................60Hz ⁄ 3450 R.P.M.
Power Transfer ..............................................................................................Belt Drive
Switch ..........................................................................................ON/OFF Push Button
Arbor:
Dimension........................................................................................................5⁄8" x 11⁄4"
Speed ......................................................................................................4,700 R.P.M.
Features:
........................................Includes Table Inserts for Standard Blade and Dado Blade
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
G1022Z
G1022Z
G1022Z PARTS LIST
REF
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1A
2
3A
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5
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PART #
P1022001
DESCRIPTION
TABLE INSERT
DADO INSERT
PSS04M
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 12
P1022Z003A STAND LEG
P1022003-1
FOOT
PB32M
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 x 25
PN02M
HEX NUT M10-1.5
P1022004
TABLE
G1193
EXTENSION WING
PW04M
FLAT WASHER 10MM
PB01M
HEX BOLT M10-1.5 x 30
P1022Z008 FRONT GUIDE RAIL
P1022009
REAR GUIDE RAIL
P1022010
SPECIAL RAIL BOLT
PW04M
FLAT WASHER 10MM
PN02M
HEX NUT M10-1.5
P1022011
RAIL SPACER
P1022012
GUIDE RAIL PLUG
P1022013
CABINET
P1022014
GEAR BRACKET
PB03M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
PN03M
HEX NUT M8-1.25
P1022018
TILTING SCALE
P1022SM019 LOGO PLATE
PB03M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
P1022Z022 MITER BODY
PN04M
HEX NUT M4-0.7
PS01M
PHLP HD SCR M4 - 0.7 x 18
P1022026
HAND KNOB
P1022SM027 FIBER WASHER
P1022029
MITER BAR
P1022029-1
T-SLOT WASHER
PFH04M
FLAT HD SCR M6-1.0 x 8
P1022030
ANGLE POINTER
PSS02M
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 6
P1022033
STOP LINK
PCB01M
CARR. BOLT M8-1.25 x 20
PN03M
HEX NUT M8-1.25
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
P1022Z037 WIDTH POINTER
P1022038
FENCE ADJUSTER
P1022Z039 FRONT CLAMP
P1022040
ECCENTRIC
P1022001-A
REF
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43
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46
47
48
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53
54
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56
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74
75
77
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79
80
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91
92
93
95
96
97
98
99
PART #
DESCRIPTION
P1022041
SHAFT FOR ECCENTRIC
P1022042
SHAFT FOR CLAMP
P1022Z043 LOCK LEVER
P1022044-1
PINION W/ KNOB
P1022045
CLAMP SHOE
P1022046
ADJUSTING BOLT
P1022047
SHAFT BUSHING
PSS02M
SET SCR M6-1.0 x 6
P1022049
SPRING
P1022051
SPRING
PB03M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
PN03M
HEX NUT M8-1.25
PSB52M
CAP SCR M8-1.25 x 10
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
P1022057
BLOCK
P1022058
PIN
P1022059
SPRING
P1022060
CLAMP HOOK
P1022061
LEVER
P1022062
LOCK LINK
PS05M
PHLP HD SCR M5-0.8 x 8
P1022Z064 FENCE
P1022073C SPLITTER
PRP20M
ROLL PIN 4 x 22
P1022075
BRACKET
PB03M
HEX BOLT M8-1.25 x 16
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
PB02M
HEX BOLT M6-1.0 x 12
PW03M
FLAT WASHER 6MM
P1022083
HANDLE
P1022085
KNOB
P1022087
HANDWHEEL
P1022088-1
POINTER ASSEMBLY
PSS03M
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 8
P1022090
FRONT BRACKET
PW01M
FLAT WASHER 8MM
PSB13M
CAP SCR M8-1.25 x 30
P1022093
ANGLE WORM SHAFT
P1022095
COLLAR
PSS02M
SETSCREW M6-1.0 x 6
PRP02M
ROLL PIN 3 x 16
PN05M
HEX NUT M16-1.5
P1022099
FRONT TRUNNION
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
MACHINE DATA
SHEET
Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901
GRIZZLY MODEL G1022ZF/ZFX/PRO TABLE SAW
Design Type ......................................................................................................Floor Model
Overall Dimensions:
Table Height ............................................................................................................37"
Table Size ........................................................................................271⁄8" D x 201⁄8" W
Table Size With Extension Wings ....................................................271⁄8" D x 405⁄8" W
Overall Dimensions – With Wings and Fence Rails ............................50" D x 521⁄2" W
Miter Gauge T-Slot ............................................................................................3⁄8" x 3⁄4"
Blade Tilt ....................................................................................................0°-45° Right
Weight (Net) ......................................................................................................325 lbs.
Weight (Shipping)..............................................................................................340 lbs.
Box # 1 Size (Base)..............................................................371⁄2" L x 22" W x 221⁄2" H
Box # 2 Size (Fence) ................................................................49" L x 151⁄2" W x 9" H
Box # 3 Size (Accessories) ..........................................................14" L x 14" W x 6" H
Box # 4 Size (Motor) ..............................................................101⁄4" L x 16" W x 93⁄4" H
Footprint ........................................................................................................21" x 25"
Construction:
Table ................................................................................................Ground Cast Iron
Stand ..................................................................................................Pre-formed Steel
Miter Gauge ......................................................Cast Iron ⁄ Steel; Adjusts for Side Play
Trunnions ........................................................................................................Cast Iron
Bearings............................................................Shielded and Lubricated Ball Bearings
Fence ................................................................................................Shop Fox® Fence
Guard ........................................................................................Steel and Clear Plastic
Wings..............................................................Ground Cast Iron; Open Ribbed Design
Cutting Capacity:
Maximum Blade Diameter ........................................................................................10"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 90° ................................................................................31⁄8"
Maximum Depth of Cut at 45° ................................................................................21⁄8"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Standard)..............................................................25"
Maximum Rip to Right of Blade (Optional Extension Rails) ....................................48"
Maximum Rip to Left of Blade ..................................................................................11"
Distance from Front of Table to Center of Blade ..................................................171⁄4"
Distance from Front of Table to Front of Blade ....................................................121⁄2"
Maximum Width of Dado Cut ..................................................................................13⁄16"
Motor:
ZF
ZFX
PRO
Type...................................................TEFC Capacitor Start Induction............................
Horsepower..............................11⁄2 H.P....................2 H.P....................2 H.P..................
Phase / Cycle................................................Single Phase ⁄ 60 HZ.................................
Voltage................................................................110 ⁄ 220V...........................................
Prewired.....................................110V......................220V.....................220V.................
Amps........................................17 ⁄ 8.5A..................26 / 13A..............26 / 13A...............
R.P.M....................................................................3450 R.P.M........................................
Power Transfer.......................................Power Twist® Link Belt Drive...........................
Switch...........................................................ON/OFF Push Button.................................
Arbor:
Dimension........................................................................................................5⁄8" x 11⁄4"
Speed ......................................................................................................4,700 R.P.M.
Features:
........................................Includes Table Inserts for Standard Blade and Dado Blade
......................................U.S.A. Motor, 4" Ported Dust Hood, Link Belt, Rail Mounted Switch
Specifications, while deemed accurate, are not guaranteed.
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
G1022ZF/ZFX/PRO
G1022ZF/ZFX/PRO
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
CORRECTIVE ACTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1.
2.
1.
Low voltage.
Open circuit in motor or loose con- 2.
nections.
Check power line for proper voltage.
Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open connections.
Motor will not start; fuses or 1.
circuit breakers blow.
2.
1.
Short circuit in line cord or plug.
Short circuit in motor or loose con- 2.
nections.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in 3.
power line.
Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted wires.
Inspect all connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals
or worn insulation.
Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
1.
Motor overloaded.
Air circulation through the motor 2.
restricted.
Reduce load on motor.
Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.
Motor will not start.
3.
Motor overheats.
1.
2.
Motor stalls (resulting in 1.
blown fuses or tripped circuit).
2.
3.
4.
Short circuit in motor or loose connections.
Low voltage.
Incorrect fuses or circuit breakers in
power line.
Motor overloaded.
1.
2
3.
Inspect connections on motor for loose or shorted terminals or
worn insulation.
Correct the low voltage conditions.
Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
4.
Reduce load on motor.
Machine slows when operating.
Applying too much pressure to workpiece.
Feed workpiece slower.
Loud, repetitious noise com- 1.
ing from machine.
2.
3.
Pulley setscrews or keys are missing 1.
or loose.
2.
Motor fan is hitting the cover.
3.
V-belts are defective
Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or tighten if necessary.
Blade is not square w/miter 1.
slot or fence is not square to 2.
blade.
3.
Blade is warped.
Table top is not parallel to blade.
Fence is not parallel to blade.
Fence hits table top when 1.
sliding on to the table.
2.
Front rail is bolted too low on the 1.
table.
Rear rail is bolted too low on the 2.
table.
Raise front rail.
Blade does not reach 90°.
1.
2.
1.
90° stop bolt is out of adjustment.
Pointer bracket is hitting before the 2.
blade reaches 90°.
Adjust 90° stop bolt. See Adjustments.
File down the right side of the pointer bracket until the blade
can reach 90°.
Blade hits insert at 45°.
1.
2.
3.
Hole in insert is inadequate.
Table out of alignment.
Blade position is incorrect.
Blade won’t go beneath
table surface.
Hand wheels won’t turn.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
Replace blade.
Make table parallel to blade. See Adjustments.
Make fence parallel to blade. See Adjustments.
Raise rear rail.
File or mill the hole in the insert.
Align table. See Adjustments.
Adjust blade position. See Adjustments.
Table top too low.
Raise table top w/washers.
1.
Hand wheel key is inserted too far.
2.
Bullets are wedged.
Roll pin or setscrew in worm gear is 3.
contacting geared trunnion.
Remove hand wheel and adjust key.
Remove hand wheel and adjust bullets.
Inspect roll pins and setscrews in the worm gear. Tighten if
necessary.
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1.
2.
3.
Tighten fan or shim cover.
Replace V-belts. See Maintenance.
Disconnect power to the
machine when performing any maintenance or
repairs. Failure to do this
may result in serious
personal injury.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
CUT HERE TO
PUSH 1⁄4'' WOOD
CUT HERE TO
PUSH 1⁄2'' WOOD
⁄2'' GRID
1
CAUTION
USE ONLY GOOD
STRONG WOOD OR
PLYWOOD
PUSH STICK
MAKE FROM 1⁄2'' OR 3⁄4''
WOOD OR THICKNESS
LESS THAN WIDTH OF
MAT'L TO BE CUT
NOTCH TO HELP
PREVENT HAND
FROM SLIPPING
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G1022 Series Contractor Saws
WARRANTY CARD
Name ____________________________________________________________________________________
Street ____________________________________________________________________________________
City ______________________________________________________________State________Zip_________
Phone Number_______________________E-Mail_______________________FAX________________________
MODEL # __________________________Order #______________________________________________
The following information is given on a voluntary basis. It will be used for marketing purposes to help us develop better products and services. Of
course, all information is strictly confidential.
1.
How did you learn about us?
___Advertisement
___Catalog
___World Wide Web
___Friend
___Card Deck
10.
___1" x 42" Belt Sander
___5" - 8" Drill Press
___8" Table Saw
___8" - 10" Bandsaw
___Disc/Belt Sander
___Mini Jointer
___Other__________________________________________________
2.
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to.
___American Woodworker
___Cabinetmaker
___Family Handyman
___Fine Homebuilding
___Fine Woodworking
___Home Handyman
___Journal of Light Construction
___Old House Journal
___Popular Mechanics
___Popular Science
___Popular Woodworking
3.
___Practical Homeowner
___Shop Notes
___Today’s Homeowner
___WOOD
___Wooden Boat
___Woodshop News
___Woodsmith
___Woodwork
___Woodworker
___Woodworker’s Journal
___Workbench
___Other__________________________________________________
11.
How many of the machines checked above are Grizzly? ____________
12.
Which portable/hand held power tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___Other__________________________________________________
Which of the following woodworking/remodeling shows do you watch?
___Other__________________________________________________
___The New Yankee Workshop
___This Old House
___Woodwright’s Shop
13.
What is your annual household income?
___$20,000-$29,999
___$30,000-$39,999
___$40,000-$49,999
___$50,000-$59,999
14.
What new accessories would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
15.
What other companies do you purchase your tools and supplies from?
__________________________________________________________
___50-59
___60-69
___70 +
__________________________________________________________
16.
How long have you been a woodworker?
___0 - 2 Years
___2 - 8 Years
What machines/supplies would you like Grizzly Industrial to carry?
__________________________________________________________
What is your age group?
___20-29
___30-39
___40-49
6.
___$60,000-$69,999
___$70,000-$79,999
___$80,000-$89,999
___$90,000 +
___8 - 20 Years
___20+ Years
Do you think your purchase represents good value?
___Yes
17.
___No
How would you rank your woodworking skills?
18.
___Simple
___Intermediate
___Advanced
___Master Craftsman
Would you allow us to use your name as a reference for Grizzly customers
in your area? Note: We never use names more than three times.
___Yes
8.
___No
Would you recommend Grizzly Industrial to a friend?
___Yes
7.
___Orbital Sander
___Palm Sander
___Portable Planer
___Saber Saw
___Reciprocating Saw
___Router
__________________________________________________________
___Other__________________________________________________
5.
___6" - 8" Grinder
___Mini Lathe
___10" - 12" Thickness Planer
___Scroll Saw
___Spindle/Belt Sander
___Belt Sander
___Biscuit Joiner
___Circular Saw
___Detail Sander
___Drill/Driver
___Miter Saw
___Backyard America
___Home Time
___The American Woodworker
4.
Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___No
What stationary woodworking tools do you own? Check all that apply.
19.
___Air Compressor
___Band Saw
___Drill Press
___Drum Sander
___Dust Collector
___Horizontal Boring Machine
___Jointer
___Lathe
___Mortiser
___Panel Saw
___Planer
___Power Feeder
___Radial Arm Saw
___Shaper
___Spindle Sander
___Table Saw
___Vacuum Veneer Press
___Wide Belt Sander
Comments:_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
___Other__________________________________________________
9.
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How many of your woodworking machines are Grizzly? _____________
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
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 particular purpose, are hereby limited to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant or represent
that the merchandise complies with the provisions of any law or acts unless the manufacturer so warrants.
In no event shall Grizzly’s liability under this warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product and
any legal actions brought against Grizzly shall be tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom.
We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special, or consequential damages arising from the use of our products.
To take advantage of this warranty, contact us by mail or phone and give us all the details. We will then
issue you a “Return Number,’’ which must be clearly posted on the outside as well as the inside of the carton. We will not accept any item back without this number. Proof of purchase must accompany the merchandise.
The manufacturers reserve the right to change specifications at any time because they constantly strive to
achieve better quality equipment. We make every effort to ensure that our products meet high quality and
durability standards and we hope you never need to use this warranty.
Please feel free to write or call us if you have any questions about the machine or the manual.
Thank you again for your business and continued support. We hope to serve you again soon.
G1022 Series Contractor Saws
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P.O. BOX 2069
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