Grizzly SB1026F Mill Owner Manual

Grizzly SB1026F Mill Owner Manual
MODEL SB1026F
9" X 42" MILLING MACHINE w/DRO
Manual Insert
PHONE: (360) 734-1540 • www.southbendlathe.com
The Model SB1026F Milling Machine is the same machine as the Model SB1026 except for the
following:
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Added a 3-Axis Fagor Digital Readout (DRO).
Longitudinal table travel reduced to 23 1⁄2" due to DRO installation.
Except for the differences noted in this insert, all other content in the Model SB1026 Owner’s Manual
applies to this machine. Before operating your new milling machine, you MUST read and understand
this insert, the entire Model SB1026 Owner’s Manual, and the Fagor DRO Owner’s Manual to reduce
the risk of injury when using this machine.
If you have any further questions about this manual insert or the differences between the Model
SB1026F and the Model SB1026, contact our Technical Support at (360) 734-1639 or email
sales@southbendlathe.com.
New & Changed Parts
1008
1008-1
1111
1008-4
1008-3
1101
1008-2
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
1008
1008-1
1008-2
1008-3
PSB1026F1008
PSB1026F1008-1
PSB1026F1008-2
PSB1026F1008-3
DRO ASSEMBLY FAGOR 3-AXIS
DRO DISPLAY FAGOR 30iM
DRO X-AXIS SCALE FAGOR MKT-77
DRO Y-AXIS SCALE FAGOR MKT-37
1008-4 PSB1026F1008-4 DRO Z-AXIS SCALE FAGOR MKT-47
1101
PSB1026F1101
MACHINE ID LABEL
1111
PSB1026F1111
MODEL NUMBER LABEL
PART #
DESCRIPTION
Copyright © June, 2011 by South Bend Lathe Co.
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Model SB1026F
MANUAL INSERT
Mfg. Since 3/11
Model SB1026F
South Bend Mill 9" x 42" with DRO
Product Dimensions
Weight........................................................................................................................................................... 1957 lbs.
Width (side-to-side) x Depth (front-to-back) x Height..................................................................... 63 x 58 x 86 in.
Footprint (Length x Width)....................................................................................................................... 36 x 24 in.
Shipping Dimensions
Type.......................................................................................................................................................... Wood Crate
Content.......................................................................................................................................................... Machine
Weight........................................................................................................................................................... 2400 lbs.
Length x Width x Height................................................................................................................... 55 x 55 x 74 in.
Electrical
Power Requirement......................................................................................................... 220V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
Full-Load Current Rating.................................................................................................................................... 14A
Minimum Circuit Size.......................................................................................................................................... 20A
Switch.............................................................................................................................................. Forward/Reverse
Switch Voltage.................................................................................................................................................... 220V
Plug Included.......................................................................................................................................................... No
Recommended Plug/Outlet Type............................................................................................................ NEMA 6-20
Motors
Main
Type............................................................................................................. AEVF Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower............................................................................................................................................... 2 HP
Voltage...................................................................................................................................................... 220V
Phase............................................................................................................................................ Single-Phase
Amps........................................................................................................................................................... 14A
Speed................................................................................................................................................ 1720 RPM
Cycle......................................................................................................................................................... 60 Hz
Number of Speeds........................................................................................................................................... 1
Power Transfer ................................................................................................................................ Belt Drive
Bearings................................................................................................. Lubricated and Permanently Sealed
Model SB1026F
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Mfg. Since 3/11
MANUAL INSERT
Model SB1026F
Main Specifications
Operation Info
Spindle Travel............................................................................................................................................ 5 in.
Longitudinal Table Travel........................................... 23-1/2 in. w/Power Feed, 29-1/2 in. w/o Power Feed
Cross Table Travel................................................................................................................................... 13 in.
Vertical Table Travel............................................................................................................................... 16 in.
Ram Travel............................................................................................................................................... 13 in.
Head Swivel (Left-to-Right).......................................................................................... 90 Right, 90 Left deg.
Head Swivel (Front-to-Back).................................................................................. 45 Forward, 45 Back deg.
Maximum Distance Spindle to Column............................................................................................ 6 – 19 in.
Maximum Distance Spindle to Table............................................................................................... 0 – 18 in.
Drilling Capacity for Cast Iron................................................................................................................. 1 in.
Drilling Capacity for Steel...................................................................................................................... 3/4 in.
Number of Vertical Spindle Speeds............................................................................................................... 8
Range of Vertical Spindle Speeds........................................................................................... 80 – 2800 RPM
Number of Longitudinal Feeds.......................................................................................................... Variable
Feed Rate................................................................................................................................... 0 – 3-1/3 FPM
Quill Diameter.................................................................................................................................... 3.375 in.
Quill Feed Rates.................................................................................................. 0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 in./rev.
Table Info
Table Length............................................................................................................................................ 42 in.
Table Width................................................................................................................................................ 9 in.
Table Thickness......................................................................................................................................... 3 in.
Number of T-Slots........................................................................................................................................... 3
T-Slots Width.......................................................................................................................................... 5/8 in.
T-Slots Height............................................................................................................................................ 1 in.
T-Slots Centers.................................................................................................................................... 2-1/2 in.
Stud Size................................................................................................................................................. 1/2 in.
Spindle Info
Spindle Taper............................................................................................................................................... R8
Spindle Sleeve Diameter................................................................................................................. 1-13/16 in.
End Milling Capacity................................................................................................................................. 1 in.
Face Milling Capacity................................................................................................................................ 4 in.
Drawbar Diameter................................................................................................................................ 7/16 in.
Drawbar TPI.................................................................................................................................................. 20
Drawbar Length................................................................................................................................ 18-1/2 in.
Spindle Bearings...................................... Angular Contact P4 (ABEC-7) & Double-Shielded Ball Bearing
Construction
Spindle Housing/Quill.............................................................................................................. Chromed Steel
Table............................................................................................... Hardened & Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Head................................................................................................................................ Meehanite Cast Iron
Column............................................................................................................................ Meehanite Cast Iron
Base................................................................................................................................. Meehanite Cast Iron
Paint................................................................................................................................................... Urethane
Other
Country Of Origin .......................................................................................................................................... Taiwan
Warranty ......................................................................................................................................................... 1 Year
Serial Number Location ........................................................................ Machine ID Label On Column Right Side
Assembly Time ................................................................................................................................................ 1 Hour
Sound Rating .................................................................................................................................................... 55 dB
Model SB1026F
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Model SB1026F
MANUAL INSERT
Mfg. Since 3/11
Features
Fagor DRO
High-Quality, Low-Vibration AEVF Spindle Motor
P4 (ABEC-7) High-Quality Angular Contact Spindle Bearings
X & Y Leadscrew Nuts Double-Bronzed for Ultra-Smooth Movement w/Minimal Backlash
Lever-Action, One-Shot Pump Lubrication System
Auto-Downfeed Stop with Micro-Adjustable Stop
Variable Speed Longitudinal Power Feed
Hardened and Precision-Ground Table Surface
Chromed Steel Quill
Heavy-Duty Spindle Brake
Halogen Work Light
Model SB1026F
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9" X 42" MILLING MACHINE
w/POWER FEED
MODEL SB1024 - VARIABLE SPEED, 220V, SINGLE-PHASE
MODEL SB1025 - 220V, 3-PHASE
MODEL SB1026 - 220V, SINGLE-PHASE
MODEL
SB1024
MODEL
SB1025
OWNER'S MANUAL
Hundreds of Thousands of Lathes Sold With a Tradition of Q uality Since 1906!
Copyright © March, 2010. Revised April, 2011 (BL)
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Scope of Manual
This manual helps the reader understand the machine, how to prepare it for operation, how to control
it during operation, and how to keep it in good working condition. We assume the reader has a basic
understanding of how to operate this type of machine, but that the reader is not familiar with the
controls and adjustments of this specific model. As with all machinery of this nature, learning the
nuances of operation is a process that happens through training and experience. If you are not an
experienced operator of this type of machinery, read through this entire manual, then learn more
from an experienced operator, schooling, or research before attempting operations. Following this
advice will help you avoid serious personal injury and get the best results from your work.
Manual Feedback
We've made every effort to be accurate when documenting this machine. However, errors sometimes
happen or the machine design changes after the documentation process—so the manual may not
exactly match your machine. If a difference between the manual and machine leaves you in doubt,
contact our customer service for clarification.
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South Bend Lathe, Inc.
C
/O Technical Documentation Manager
P.O. Box 2027
Bellingham, WA 98227
Email: manuals@southbendlathe.com
Updates
For your convenience, any updates to this manual will be available to download free of charge
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Customer Service
We stand behind our machines. If you have any service questions, parts requests or general questions
about the machine, feel free to contact us.
South Bend Lathe Co.
P.O. Box 2027
Bellingham, WA 98227
Phone: (360) 734-1540
Parts Department: (417) 886-2954
Fax: (360) 676-1075 (International)
Fax: (360) 734-1639 (USA Only)
Email: cs@southbendlathe.com
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
About These Machines......................................... 3
Foreword ............................................................. 3
Capabilities ......................................................... 3
Features .............................................................. 3
Front View Identification .................................... 4
Model SB1024 Belt Housing &
Headstock Identification...................................... 5
Model SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing &
Headstock Identification...................................... 6
SB1024 Machine Specifications .......................... 7
SB1025 Machine Specifications .......................... 9
SB1026 Machine Specifications ........................ 11
SAFETY
Understanding Risks of Machinery .................. 13
Basic Machine Safety ........................................ 13
Additional Milling Machine Safety ................... 15
PREPARATION
Preparation Overview........................................ 16
Things You'll Need ............................................. 16
Unpacking .......................................................... 17
Inventory ............................................................ 17
Cleaning & Protecting ....................................... 18
Location .............................................................. 19
Electrical Installation ........................................ 19
Lighting ............................................................ 19
Weight Load ...................................................... 19
Space Allocation ................................................ 19
Physical Environment........................................ 19
Lifting & Moving ................................................ 20
Using Eye Bolt .................................................. 20
Using Lifting Web Straps................................... 20
Leveling & Mounting ......................................... 21
Leveling ............................................................ 21
Bolting to Concrete Floors .................................. 21
Assembly ............................................................ 22
Ball Handles...................................................... 22
Knee Crank ....................................................... 22
Way Covers ..................................................... 23
Power Connection .............................................. 24
SB1024 (220V) ................................................... 24
SB1025 (220V 3-Phase) ...................................... 24
SB1026 (220V) ................................................... 24
Initial Lubrication ............................................. 25
Test Run ............................................................. 25
Spindle Break-In ................................................ 27
Inspections & Adjustments ............................... 27
OPERATION
Operation Overview ........................................... 28
Control Panel ..................................................... 29
Table Movement................................................. 29
Graduated Index Rings ...................................... 30
Table Locks ....................................................... 30
X-Axis Power Feed ............................................. 31
Head Movement ................................................. 32
Tilting Head ...................................................... 32
Rotating Head ................................................... 33
Tramming Spindle ............................................. 33
Ram Movement .................................................. 36
Moving Ram Back-and-Forth ............................. 36
Rotating Ram .................................................... 36
Setting Spindle Speed........................................ 37
Determining Spindle Speed................................ 37
Setting Spindle Speed Range ............................. 37
Setting Spindle Speed ........................................ 41
Downfeed Controls ............................................. 43
Using the Coarse Downfeed Handle ................... 43
Fine Downfeed Controls ..................................... 45
Using the Fine Downfeed Handwheel ................. 45
Using the Auto-Downfeed System ...................... 46
Spindle Brake..................................................... 47
Loading/Unloading Tooling ............................... 48
Loading Tooling ................................................. 48
Unloading Tooling ............................................. 48
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Schedule....................................... 49
Ongoing............................................................. 49
Before Beginning Operations ............................. 49
Daily, After Operations ...................................... 49
Monthly Maintenance Chart ............................. 50
Cleaning ............................................................. 51
Unpainted & Machined Surfaces ........................ 51
Lubrication ......................................................... 51
Quill .................................................................. 52
Table Ways (One-Shot Oiler) .............................. 52
Speed Range Bearing Sleeve (SB1024 Only) ....... 53
Headstock Gearing ............................................ 53
Ram Ways ......................................................... 54
Head & Ram Rack & Pinion Gear ...................... 54
Table Elevation Leadscrew ................................ 54
Power Feed Gears .............................................. 54
Cleaning Coolant Reservoir............................... 56
Hazards............................................................. 56
Cleaning ............................................................ 56
Machine Storage ................................................ 57
SERVICE
Adjusting Gibs.................................................... 58
Adjusting Leadscrew Backlash ......................... 59
Longitudinal Leadscrew Backlash ...................... 59
Cross Leadscrew Backlash ................................. 60
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................. 61
ELECTRICAL
Electrical Safety Instructions ........................... 63
Wiring Overview ................................................ 64
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Box ......................... 65
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Components .......... 66
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Component
Pictures............................................................... 67
SB1025 Electrical Box ....................................... 68
SB1025 Electrical Components ......................... 69
SB1025 Electrical Component Pictures ............ 70
PARTS
Headstock ........................................................... 71
Quill .................................................................... 74
SB1024 Gearbox................................................. 75
SB1025/SB1026 Gearbox ................................... 77
SB1024 Belt Housing ......................................... 79
SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing ........................... 81
Ram..................................................................... 83
Column, Knee, & Saddle ................................... 85
Table ................................................................... 87
One-Shot Oiler ................................................... 89
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Box ......................... 90
& Control Panel ................................................. 90
SB1025 Electrical Box & Control Panel ........... 91
Accessories ......................................................... 92
SB1024 Head Machine Labels .......................... 93
SB1024 Main Machine Labels .......................... 94
SB1025/SB1026 Machine Labels ...................... 95
WARRANTY & RETURNS .......................................... 97
South Bend Vertical Spindle Precision Milling Machine
(circa 1958)
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
About These Machines
Foreword
Capabilities
"Most boys should learn a trade in order that
they may become skilled workmen. The trained
workman is always in demand...When a boy has
learned a trade, becomes a skilled mechanic,
he has excellent equipment with which to begin
life's battle, but he need not stop there. George
Westinghouse, the Wright Brothers, Henry Ford,
and the Studebaker Brothers were mechanics,
and it was their mechanical training that
made their success possible." —Machine Shop
Equipment, 2nd Ed., 1920, by the O'Brien
Brothers, founders of South Bend Lathe.
These Milling Machines are built for daily,
non-stop use in a busy industrial setting, tool
room, or school shop. They are easy to set-up,
truly accurate, and built to give you long years
of service when properly cared for. These milling
machines support workpieces up to 750 lbs. and
are perfect for face milling, end milling, planing,
slot or keyway cutting, dovetailing, routing,
drilling, reaming, and boring to name a few. With
the movable ram and tilting head, all these tasks
can be performed on horizontal, vertical, and
angled surfaces. When equipped with additional
accessories, such as a rotary table or dividing
head, these milling machines can do even more.
The first South Bend milling machine debuted in
the 1950's. During that time, the milling machine
and the already well-established South Bend
lathes created the foundation of many tool rooms
and school shops across America and beyond her
borders. Many young men in those days came
of age on South Bend equipment, becoming
world-class machinists, mechanical engineers,
inventors, and manufacturing visionaries.
A lot has changed in the world since then. Those
same school shops have mostly been replaced
by computer labs. The technology in the rotary
dial phone, television set, mechanical calculator,
computer, and camera of that decade could
barely fit into one large room together—now
they fit into a tiny box that is no bigger than a
box of breath mints. And the average production
machinist spends more time at a computer than
at a machine. Technology has been much refined
and the world operates on a much faster pace.
But some things haven't changed. The same
human ingenuity and passion that created the
best mechanical technology of today still exists
within us. The core machines of the modern shop,
like this South Bend milling machine, are still
fundamentally important.
When you think about it, the greatest mechanical
technology of the future will be what we create
today. As the owner of a South Bend milling
machine, you are now part of a great legacy.
What will you create with yours?
Features
These milling machines feature 3-axis table
movement with built-in longitudinal power feed.
They are constructed with high-grade Meehanite
castings, and the saddle and knee ways are
Turcite coated and built with wide dovetails for
maximum support and accuracy through the full
range of movement.
To ensure quality work results, we have
equipped these mills with NSK or NTN
spindle bearings that are rated to P4 (ABEC7) tolerances. The spindle tapers are R8 and
the spindles have powered down feed with fine,
medium, and coarse feed controls.
The headstocks are mounted on a wide-dovetail
movable ram with 13" of travel on the column
and 360° rotating capability. The headstocks
themselves can swivel 90° left/right or 45°
forward/back so they can be positioned for nearly
any setup needed.
To reduce the time spent doing daily lubrication,
we have outfitted these milling machines with a
one-shot lubrication system that is as quick and
easy as one pump of a lever.
And finally, each machine is designed to accept
a circulating coolant system with room for
the pump and reservoir in the column base.
Additional features include a movable work light,
and Allen Bradley electrical controls.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
INTRODUCTION
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Front View Identification
Motor
Belt Housing
(see Pages 5–6)
Spindle
Brake
Headstock
(see Pages 5–6)
Halogen
Work Light
Ram
Controls
Left X-Axis
Ball Handle
Slotted
Work Table
Right X-Axis
Ball Handle
Power Feed
Limit Switch
X-Axis
Power Feed
Knee Crank
Electrical Cabinet
One-Shot Oiler
Mounting Points
(1 of 4)
Control
Panel
Y-Axis Ball Handle
Knee
Figure 1. Identification—front view (Model SB1024 shown).
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INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Model SB1024 Belt Housing
& Headstock Identification
Motor Assembly
Low Range
Variable Speed
Indicator
High Range
Variable Speed
Indicator
Spindle Brake
Variable Speed
Handwheel
Auto-Downfeed
Rate Selector
Spindle Speed
Range Selector
Auto-Downfeed
Direction Pin
Manual/Power
Downfeed Selector
Fine Downfeed
Handwheel
Coarse
Downfeed
Lever
Downfeed
Clutch Lever
Adjustable
Downfeed Stop
Quill Lock
Lever
Quill
Dial Indicator Rod
Spindle
Figure 2. Model SB1024 belt housing and headstock identification.
Serious personal injury could occur if
you connect the machine to power before
completing the setup process. DO NOT
connect power until instructed to do so later
in this manual.
Untrained users have an increased risk
of seriously injuring themselves with this
machine. Do not operate this machine until
you have understood this entire manual and
received proper training.
SB1024 belt housing & headstock identification
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INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Model SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing
& Headstock Identification
Motor Assembly
Belt Tension
Adjustment
Lever
High/Low
Range Lever
Motor Lock
Lever
Spindle Brake
Spindle Speed
Range Selector
Auto-Downfeed
Rate Selector
Manual/Power
Downfeed Selector
Auto-Downfeed
Direction Pin
Fine Downfeed
Handwheel
Coarse
Downfeed
Lever
Downfeed
Clutch Lever
Adjustable
Downfeed Stop
Quill Lock
Lever
Quill
Spindle
Dial Indicator Rod
Figure 3. Model SB1025/SB1026 belt housing and headstock identification (Model SB1025 shown).
SB1025-26 belt housing & headstock identification
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For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Machine Specifications
P.O. Box 2027, Bellingham, WA 98227 U.S.A.
0(/.% s © South Bend Lathe Co.
www.southbendlathe.com
Model SB1024
9" x 42" Variable Speed Milling Machine
w/Power Feed
Product Dimensions:
Weight ........................................................................................................................................................................2000 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ...................................................................................................................................... 63" x 58" x 87"
Foot Print (Length/Width) .........................................................................................................................................36" x 24"
Shipping Dimensions:
Type ........................................................................................................................................................................ Wood Crate
Content ........................................................................................................................................................................ Machine
Weight .........................................................................................................................................................................2230 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ....................................................................................................................................... 55" x 55" x 74"
Electrical:
Required Power Source ................................................................................................................ 220V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
Switch ............................................................................................................................................................ Forward/Reverse
Switch Voltage .................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Minimum Circuit Size ..................................................................................................................................................20 Amp
Plug Included ........................................................................................................................................................................ No
Recommended Plug ............................................................................................................................................... NEMA 6-20
Motor:
Type ..................................................................................................................................... AEVF Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2 HP
Voltage .............................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Phase .................................................................................................................................................................... Single-Phase
Amps............................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Amps
Speed ........................................................................................................................................................................ 1725 RPM
Cycle ................................................................................................................................................................................. 60 Hz
Number Of Speeds...................................................................................................................................................................1
Power Transfer ........................................................................................................................................................ Belt Drive
Bearings ........................................................................................................................ Lubricated and Permanently Sealed
Main Specifications:
Operation Information
Spindle Travel .............................................................................................................................................................. 5"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/Power Feed ............................................................................................................. 24 1⁄2"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/o Power Feed .......................................................................................................... 29 1⁄2"
Cross Table Travel ..................................................................................................................................................... 13"
Vertical Table Travel ................................................................................................................................................. 16"
Ram Travel ................................................................................................................................................................. 13"
Ram Swivel............................................................................................................................................................... 180°
Head Tilt..................................................................................................................................... 45° Forward, 45° Back
Head Swivel.......................................................................................................................................90° Right, 90° Left
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INTRODUCTION
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Distance Range Spindle to Column .....................................................................................................................6"–19 "
Distance Range Spindle to Table ......................................................................................................................... 0"–18"
Drilling Capacity for Cast Iron ................................................................................................................................... 1"
Drilling Capacity for Steel ......................................................................................................................................... 3⁄4"
Number of Spindle Speeds ............................................................................................................................... Variable
Low Range of Spindle Speeds ................................................................................................................... 60–500 RPM
High Range of Spindle Speeds .............................................................................................................. 500–4200 RPM
Number of Longitudinal Feed Rates ............................................................................................................... Variable
Longitudinal Feed Rate Range .................................................................................................................... 0–3 1⁄3 FPM
Quill Diameter ...................................................................................................................................................... 3.375"
Number of Quill Auto-Feed Rates ................................................................................................................................3
Quill Auto-Feed Rates .......................................................................................................0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 in./rev.
Table Information
Length/Width/Thickness............................................................................................................................. 42" x 9" x 3"
Number of T-Slots ..........................................................................................................................................................3
T-Slot Width/Height ............................................................................................................................................ 5⁄8" x 1"
T-Slot Distance Center-to-Center ............................................................................................................................ 2 1⁄2"
Stud Size...................................................................................................................................................................... 1⁄2"
Spindle Information
Spindle Taper .............................................................................................................................................................. R8
End Milling Capacity ................................................................................................................................................... 1"
Face Milling Capacity .................................................................................................................................................. 4"
Draw Bar Diameter/TPI ....................................................................................................................................... 7⁄16"-20
Draw Bar Length .................................................................................................................................................... 18 1⁄2"
Spindle Bearing Type ..............................................Angular Contact P4 (ABEC7) & Double-Shielded Ball Bearing
Spindle Diameter .................................................................................................................................................... 1 13⁄16"
Construction
Quill ......................................................................................................................................................... Chromed Steel
Table ............................................................................................................. Hardened & Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Headstock ...................................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Column & Base ............................................................................................................................. Meehanite Cast Iron
Knee & Saddle............................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Paint .................................................................................................................................................................Urethane
Other Specifications
Machine No-Load Sound Level @ 3500 RPM ................................................................................................................ 55 dB
Country of Origin ......................................................................................................................................................... Taiwan
Warranty .........................................................................................................................................................................1 Year
Serial Number Location ..........................................................................Machine ID Label On Right Side of Belt Housing
Customer Setup & Cleaning Time ......................................................................................................................... 1–2 Hours
Features
High-Quality, Low-Vibration AEVF Spindle Motor
P4 (ABEC-7) High-Quality Angular Contact Spindle Bearings
X & Y Leadscrew Nuts Double-Bronzed for Ultra-Smooth Movement w/Minimal Backlash
Lever-Action, One-Shot Pump Lubrication System
Auto-Downfeed Stop with Micro-Adjustable Stop
Variable Speed Longitudinal Power Feed
Hardened and Precision-Ground Table Surface
Chromed Steel Quill
Heavy-Duty Spindle Brake
Halogen Work Light
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For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Machine Specifications
P.O. Box 2027, Bellingham, WA 98227 U.S.A.
0(/.% s © South Bend Lathe Co.
www.southbendlathe.com
Model SB1025
9" x 42" Milling Machine
w/Power Feed
Product Dimensions:
Weight ........................................................................................................................................................................1920 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ...................................................................................................................................... 63" x 58" x 81"
Foot Print (Length/Width) .........................................................................................................................................36" x 24"
Shipping Dimensions:
Type ........................................................................................................................................................................ Wood Crate
Content ........................................................................................................................................................................ Machine
Weight .........................................................................................................................................................................2160 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ....................................................................................................................................... 55" x 55" x 74"
Electrical:
Required Power Source .........................................................................................................................220V, 3-Phase, 60 Hz
Switch ......................................................................................................................................... Two-Speed Forward/Reverse
Switch Voltage .................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Minimum Circuit Size ..................................................................................................................................................15 Amp
Plug Included ........................................................................................................................................................................ No
Recommended Plug ............................................................................................................................................. NEMA 15-15
Motor:
Type ................................................................................................................................................................ AEVF Induction
Horsepower ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2 HP
Voltage .............................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Phase ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3-Phase
Amps........................................................................................................................................................................ 6/5.6 Amps
Number Of Speeds...................................................................................................................................................................2
Speeds ............................................................................................................................................................. 3450/1725 RPM
Cycle ................................................................................................................................................................................. 60 Hz
Power Transfer ........................................................................................................................................................ Belt Drive
Bearings ........................................................................................................................ Lubricated and Permanently Sealed
Main Specifications:
Operation Information
Spindle Travel .............................................................................................................................................................. 5"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/Power Feed ............................................................................................................. 24 1⁄2"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/o Power Feed .......................................................................................................... 29 1⁄2"
Cross Table Travel ..................................................................................................................................................... 13"
Vertical Table Travel ................................................................................................................................................. 16"
Ram Travel ................................................................................................................................................................. 13"
Ram Swivel............................................................................................................................................................... 180°
Head Tilt..................................................................................................................................... 45° Forward, 45° Back
Head Swivel.......................................................................................................................................90° Right, 90° Left
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INTRODUCTION
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Operation Information (continued)
Distance Range Spindle to Column .....................................................................................................................6"–19 "
Distance Range Spindle to Table .........................................................................................................................0"–18 "
Drilling Capacity for Cast Iron ................................................................................................................................... 1"
Drilling Capacity for Steel ......................................................................................................................................... 3⁄4"
Number of Spindle Speeds ..........................................................................................................................................16
Low Range of Spindle Speeds w/Motor @ 1725 RPM .............................................................. 80, 140, 220, 325 RPM
Low Range of Spindle Speeds w/Motor @ 3450 RPM ............................................................ 160, 280, 440, 650 RPM
High Range of Spindle Speeds w/Motor @ 1725 RPM ..................................................... 710, 1170, 1860, 2800 RPM
High Range of Spindle Speeds w/Motor @ 3450 RPM ................................................... 1420, 2340, 3720, 5600 RPM
Number of Longitudinal Feed Rates ............................................................................................................... Variable
Longitudinal Feed Rate Range .................................................................................................................... 0–3 1⁄3 FPM
Quill Diameter ...................................................................................................................................................... 3.375"
Number of Quill Auto-Feed Rates ................................................................................................................................3
Quill Auto-Feed Rates .......................................................................................................0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 in./rev.
Table Information
Length/Width/Thickness............................................................................................................................. 42" x 9" x 3"
Number of T-Slots ..........................................................................................................................................................3
T-Slot Width/Height ............................................................................................................................................ 5⁄8" x 1"
T-Slot Distance Center-to-Center ............................................................................................................................ 2 1⁄2"
Stud Size...................................................................................................................................................................... 1⁄2"
Spindle Information
Spindle Taper .............................................................................................................................................................. R8
End Milling Capacity ................................................................................................................................................... 1"
Face Milling Capacity .................................................................................................................................................. 4"
Draw Bar Diameter/TPI ....................................................................................................................................... 7⁄16"-20
Draw Bar Length .................................................................................................................................................... 18 1⁄2"
Spindle Bearing Type .............................................Angular Contact P4 (ABEC-7) & Double-Shielded Ball Bearing
Spindle Diameter .................................................................................................................................................... 1 13⁄16"
Construction
Quill ......................................................................................................................................................... Chromed Steel
Table ............................................................................................................. Hardened & Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Headstock ...................................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Column & Base ............................................................................................................................. Meehanite Cast Iron
Knee & Saddle............................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Paint .................................................................................................................................................................Urethane
Other Specifications
Machine No-Load Sound Level @ 3500 RPM ................................................................................................................ 55 dB
Country of Origin ......................................................................................................................................................... Taiwan
Warranty .........................................................................................................................................................................1 Year
Serial Number Location .......................................................................................Machine ID Label On Column Right Side
Customer Setup & Cleaning Time ......................................................................................................................... 1–2 Hours
Features
High-Quality, Low-Vibration AEVF Spindle Motor
P4 (ABEC-7) High-Quality Angular Contact Spindle Bearings
X & Y Leadscrew Nuts Double-Bronzed for Ultra-Smooth Movement w/Minimal Backlash
Lever-Action, One-Shot Pump Lubrication System
Auto-Downfeed Stop with Micro-Adjustable Stop
Variable Speed Longitudinal Power Feed
Hardened and Precision-Ground Table Surface
Chromed Steel Quill
Heavy-Duty Spindle Brake
Halogen Work Light
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INTRODUCTION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Machine Specifications
P.O. Box 2027, Bellingham, WA 98227 U.S.A.
0(/.% s © South Bend Lathe Co.
www.southbendlathe.com
Model SB1026
9" x 42" Milling Machine
w/Power Feed
Product Dimensions:
Weight ........................................................................................................................................................................1940 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ...................................................................................................................................... 63" x 58" x 86"
Foot Print (Length/Width) .........................................................................................................................................36" x 24"
Shipping Dimensions:
Type ........................................................................................................................................................................ Wood Crate
Content ........................................................................................................................................................................ Machine
Weight .........................................................................................................................................................................2185 lbs.
Length/Width/Height ....................................................................................................................................... 55" x 55" x 74"
Electrical:
Required Power Source ................................................................................................................ 220V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
Switch ............................................................................................................................................................ Forward/Reverse
Switch Voltage .................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Minimum Circuit Size ..................................................................................................................................................20 Amp
Plug Included ........................................................................................................................................................................ No
Recommended Plug ............................................................................................................................................... NEMA 6-20
Motor:
Type ..................................................................................................................................... AEVF Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2 HP
Voltage .............................................................................................................................................................................. 220V
Phase .................................................................................................................................................................... Single-Phase
Amps............................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Amps
Speed ........................................................................................................................................................................ 1725 RPM
Cycle ................................................................................................................................................................................. 60 Hz
Number Of Speeds...................................................................................................................................................................1
Power Transfer ........................................................................................................................................................ Belt Drive
Bearings ........................................................................................................................ Lubricated and Permanently Sealed
Main Specifications:
Operation Information
Spindle Travel .............................................................................................................................................................. 5"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/Power Feed ............................................................................................................. 24 1⁄2"
Longitudinal Table Travel w/o Power Feed .......................................................................................................... 29 1⁄2"
Cross Table Travel ..................................................................................................................................................... 13"
Vertical Table Travel ................................................................................................................................................. 16"
Ram Travel ................................................................................................................................................................. 13"
Ram Swivel............................................................................................................................................................... 180°
Head Tilt..................................................................................................................................... 45° Forward, 45° Back
Head Swivel.......................................................................................................................................90° Right, 90° Left
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Operation Information (continued)
Distance Range Spindle to Column .....................................................................................................................6"–19 "
Distance Range Spindle to Table .........................................................................................................................0"–18 "
Drilling Capacity for Cast Iron ................................................................................................................................... 1"
Drilling Capacity for Steel ......................................................................................................................................... 3⁄4"
Number of Spindle Speeds ............................................................................................................................................8
Low Range of Spindle Speeds ................................................................................................... 80, 140, 220, 325 RPM
High Range of Spindle Speeds .......................................................................................... 710, 1170, 1860, 2800 RPM
Number of Longitudinal Feed Rates ............................................................................................................... Variable
Longitudinal Feed Rate Range .................................................................................................................... 0–3 1⁄3 FPM
Quill Diameter ...................................................................................................................................................... 3.375"
Number of Quill Auto-Feed Rates ................................................................................................................................3
Quill Auto-Feed Rates .......................................................................................................0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 in./rev.
Table Information
Length/Width/Thickness............................................................................................................................. 42" x 9" x 3"
Number of T-Slots ..........................................................................................................................................................3
T-Slot Width/Height ............................................................................................................................................ 5⁄8" x 1"
T-Slot Distance Center-to-Center ............................................................................................................................ 2 1⁄2"
Stud Size...................................................................................................................................................................... 1⁄2"
Spindle Information
Spindle Taper .............................................................................................................................................................. R8
End Milling Capacity ................................................................................................................................................... 1"
Face Milling Capacity .................................................................................................................................................. 4"
Draw Bar Diameter/TPI ....................................................................................................................................... 7⁄16"-20
Draw Bar Length .................................................................................................................................................... 18 1⁄2"
Spindle Bearing Type .............................................Angular Contact P4 (ABEC-7) & Double-Shielded Ball Bearing
Spindle Diameter .................................................................................................................................................... 1 13⁄16"
Construction
Quill ......................................................................................................................................................... Chromed Steel
Table ............................................................................................................. Hardened & Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Headstock ...................................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Column & Base ............................................................................................................................. Meehanite Cast Iron
Knee & Saddle............................................................................................................................... Meehanite Cast Iron
Paint .................................................................................................................................................................Urethane
Other Specifications
Machine No-Load Sound Level @ 3500 RPM ................................................................................................................ 55 dB
Country of Origin ......................................................................................................................................................... Taiwan
Warranty .........................................................................................................................................................................1 Year
Serial Number Location .......................................................................................Machine ID Label On Column Right Side
Customer Setup & Cleaning Time ......................................................................................................................... 1–2 Hours
Features
High-Quality, Low-Vibration AEVF Spindle Motor
P4 (ABEC-7) High-Quality Angular Contact Spindle Bearings
X & Y Leadscrew Nuts Double-Bronzed for Ultra-Smooth Movement w/Minimal Backlash
Lever-Action, One-Shot Pump Lubrication System
Auto-Downfeed Stop with Micro-Adjustable Stop
Variable Speed Longitudinal Power Feed
Hardened and Precision-Ground Table Surface
Chromed Steel Quill
Heavy-Duty Spindle Brake
Halogen Work Light
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SAFETY
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Understanding Risks of Machinery
Operating all machinery and machining equipment can be dangerous or relatively safe depending
on how it is installed and maintained, and the operator's experience, common sense, risk awareness,
working conditions, and use of personal protective equipment (safety glasses, respirators, etc.).
The owner of this machinery or equipment is ultimately responsible for its safe use. This
responsibility includes proper installation in a safe environment, personnel training and usage
authorization, regular inspection and maintenance, manual availability and comprehension,
application of safety devices, integrity of cutting tools or accessories, and the usage of approved
personal protective equipment by all operators and bystanders.
The manufacturer of this machinery or equipment will not be held liable for injury or property
damage from negligence, improper training, machine modifications, or misuse. Failure to read,
understand, and follow the manual and safety labels may result in serious personal injury, including
amputation, broken bones, electrocution, or death.
The signals used in this manual to identify hazard levels are defined as follows:
Death or catastrophic
harm WILL occur.
Moderate injury or fire
MAY occur.
Death or catastrophic
harm COULD occur.
Machine or property
damage may occur.
Basic Machine Safety
1.
Owner’s Manual: All machinery and
machining equipment presents serious
injury hazards to untrained users. To
reduce the risk of injury, anyone who uses
THIS item MUST read and understand
this entire manual before starting.
2.
Personal Protective Equipment: Operating
or servicing this item may expose the user
to flying debris, dust, smoke, dangerous
chemicals, or loud noises. These hazards
can result in eye injury, blindness, longterm respiratory damage, poisoning,
cancer, reproductive harm or hearing loss.
Reduce your risks from these hazards
by wearing approved eye protection,
respirator, gloves, or hearing protection.
3.
Trained/Supervised Operators Only:
Untrained users can seriously injure
themselves or bystanders. Only allow
trained and properly supervised personnel
to operate this item. Make sure safe
operation instructions are clearly
understood. If electrically powered, use
padlocks and master switches, and remove
start switch keys to prevent unauthorized
use or accidental starting.
4.
Guards/Covers: Accidental contact with
moving parts during operation may cause
severe entanglement, impact, cutting,
or crushing injuries. Reduce this risk by
keeping any included guards/covers/doors
installed, fully functional, and positioned
for maximum protection.
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5.
Entanglement: Loose clothing, gloves,
neckties, jewelry or long hair may
get caught in moving parts, causing
entanglement, amputation, crushing,
or strangulation. Reduce this risk by
removing/securing these items so they
cannot contact moving parts.
11. Chuck Keys or Adjusting Tools: Tools used
to adjust spindles, chucks, or any moving/
rotating parts will become dangerous
projectiles if left in place when the machine
is started. Reduce this risk by developing
the habit of always removing these tools
immediately after using them.
6.
Mental Alertness: Operating this item
with reduced mental alertness increases
the risk of accidental injury. Do not let a
temporary influence or distraction lead to a
permanent disability! Never operate when
under the influence of drugs/alcohol, when
tired, or otherwise distracted.
12. Work Area: Clutter and dark shadows
increase the risks of accidental injury.
Only operate this item in a clean, nonglaring, and well-lighted work area.
7.
Safe Environment: Operating electrically
powered equipment in a wet environment
may result in electrocution; operating near
highly flammable materials may result in a
fire or explosion. Only operate this item in
a dry location that is free from flammable
materials.
8.
Electrical Connection: With electically
powered equipment, improper connections
to the power source may result in
electrocution or fire. Always adhere to all
electrical requirements and applicable
codes when connecting to the power source.
Have all work inspected by a qualified
electrician to minimize risk.
9.
Disconnect Power: Adjusting or servicing
electrically powered equipment while it
is connected to the power source greatly
increases the risk of injury from accidental
startup. Always disconnect power
BEFORE any service or adjustments,
including changing blades or other tooling.
10. Secure Workpiece/Tooling: Loose
workpieces, cutting tools, or rotating
spindles can become dangerous projectiles
if not secured or if they hit another object
during operation. Reduce the risk of this
hazard by verifying that all fastening
devices are properly secured and items
attached to spindles have enough clearance
to safely rotate.
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13. Properly Functioning Equipment: Poorly
maintained, damaged, or malfunctioning
equipment has higher risks of causing
serious personal injury compared to
those that are properly maintained.
To reduce this risk, always maintain
this item to the highest standards and
promptly repair/service a damaged or
malfunctioning component. Always follow
the maintenance instructions included in
this documentation.
14. Unattended Operation: Electrically
powered equipment that is left unattended
while running cannot be controlled and is
dangerous to bystanders. Always turn the
power OFF before walking away.
15. Health Hazards: Certain cutting fluids
and lubricants, or dust/smoke created
when cutting, may contain chemicals
known to the State of California to cause
cancer, respiratory problems, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm. Minimize
exposure to these chemicals by wearing
approved personal protective equipment
and operating in a well ventilated area.
16. Difficult Operations: Attempting
difficult operations with which you are
unfamiliar increases the risk of injury.
If you experience difficulties performing
the intended operation, STOP! Seek an
alternative method to accomplish the
same task, ask a qualified expert how the
operation should be performed, or contact
our Technical Support for assistance.
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SAFETY
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Additional Milling Machine Safety
1.
Understanding Controls: The mill is a
complex machine that presents severe
cutting or amputation hazards if used
incorrectly. Make sure you understand the
use and operation of all controls before you
begin milling.
2.
Safety Accessories: Flying chips or debris
from the cutting operation can cause eye
injury or blindness. Always use a chip guard
in addition to your safety glasses or use a
face shield when milling.
3.
Work Holding: Milling a workpiece that is
not properly clamped to the table could cause
the workpiece to fly into the operator with
deadly force! Before starting the machine,
be certain the workpiece has been properly
clamped to the table. NEVER hold the
workpiece by hand during operation.
4.
5.
6.
Stopping Spindle: To reduce the risk of hand
injuries or entanglement hazards, DO NOT
attempt to stop the spindle with your hand
or a tool. Allow the spindle to stop on its own
or use the spindle brake.
7.
Chip Cleanup: Chips from the operation are
sharp and hot, which can cause burns or
cuts. Using compressed air to clear chips
could cause them to fly into your eyes, and
may drive them deep into the working parts
of the machine. Use a brush or vacuum
to clear away chips and debris from the
machine or workpiece and NEVER clear
chips while the spindle is turning.
8.
Machine Care & Maintenance: Operating
the mill with excessively worn or damaged
machine parts increases the risk of machine
or workpiece breakage which could eject
hazardous debris at the operator. Operating
a mill in poor condition will also reduce
the quality of the results. To reduce this
risk, maintain the mill in proper working
condition by ALWAYS promptly performing
routine inspections and maintenance.
9.
Cutting Tool Usage: Cutting tools have very
sharp leading edges—handle them with care!
Using cutting tools that are in good condition
helps to ensure quality milling results and
reduces the risk of personal injury from
broken tool debris. Inspect cutting tools for
sharpness, chips, or cracks before each use,
and ALWAYS make sure the cutting tools
are firmly held in place before starting the
machine.
Spindle Speed: To avoid tool or workpiece
breakage that could send flying debris at
the operator and bystanders, use the correct
spindle speed for the operation. Allow the
mill to gain full speed before beginning the
cut.
Spindle Direction Change: Changing spindle
rotation direction while it is spinning could
lead to impact injury from broken tool or
workpiece debris, and workpiece or machine
damage. ALWAYS make sure the spindle is
at a complete stop before changing spindle
direction.
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Preparation Overview Things You'll Need
The purpose of the preparation section is to help
you prepare your machine for operation.
During the setup process, operation, and
maintenance of the machine, you'll need the
following items:
The typical preparation process is as follows:
1.
Unpack the machine and inventory the
contents of the box/crate.
2.
Clean the machine and its components.
3.
Identify an acceptable location for the
machine and move it to that location.
4.
Level the machine and either bolt it to the
floor or place it on mounts.
For Lifting (Page 20)
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5.
Assemble the loose components and make
any necessary adjustments or inspections to
ensure the machine is ready for operation.
6.
Connect the machine to the power source.
7.
Test run the machine to make sure it
functions properly and is ready for operation.
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! FORKLIFT OR OTHER POWER LIFTING DEVICE
rated for more than the weight of the
machine.
Two lifting web straps rated for the
weight of the machine.
!T LEAST TWO OTHER PERSONS TO HELP WITH
the operation.
7E RECOMMEND A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN
to ensure a safe and code-compliant
connection to the power source. (Refer to
Page 24 for details.)
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Cotton disposable rags
Cleaner/degreaser (see Page 18)
3AFETY glasses for each person
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Unpacking
A
This item was carefully packaged to prevent
damage during transport. If you discover any
damage, please immediately call Customer
Service at (360) 734-1540 for advice. You may
need to file a freight claim, so save the containers
and all packing materials for possible inspection
by the carrier or its agent.
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Inventory
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After all of the parts other than the mill have
been removed from the shipping crate, you
should have the following inventory.
Description (Figure 4)
Qty
A. Front Way Cover ............................................ 1
B. Rear Way Cover ............................................. 1
C. Fine Downfeed Handwheel............................ 1
D. Drawbar 7⁄16"-20 x 18 1⁄2".................................. 1
E. Ball Handles (Left Y-Axis, X-Axis) ............... 2
F. Ball Handle (Power Feed).............................. 1
G. Ball Handle Handles...................................... 3
H. Oil Bottle ........................................................ 1
I. Tool Box .......................................................... 1
J. Combo Closed-End Wrench 19/21mm ........... 1
K. Combo Open-End Wrench 12/14mm ............. 1
L. Coarse Downfeed Lever ................................. 1
M. Knee Crank .................................................... 1
N. SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing
Safety Covers ................................................. 2
O. Hex Wrench Set 1.5–10mm ........................... 1
P. Screwdrivers Slotted #2, Phillips #2 ....1 Each
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Figure 4. Small part inventory.
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Cleaning & Protecting
The unpainted surfaces are coated at the factory
with a heavy-duty rust preventative that
prevents corrosion during shipment and storage.
The benefit of this rust preventative is that it
works very well. The downside is that it can be
time-consuming to thoroughly remove.
Be patient and do a careful job when cleaning
and removing the rust preventative. The time
you spend doing this will reward you with
smooth-sliding parts and a better appreciation
for the proper care of the unpainted surfaces.
Although there are many ways to successfully
remove the rust preventative, we have cleaned
thousands of machines and found the following
process to be the best balance between efficiency
and minimized exposure to toxic fumes or
chemicals.
Many cleaning solvents are
toxic if inhaled. Minimize
your risk by only using
these products in a well
ventilated area.
Avoid chlorine-based solvents, such as
acetone or brake parts cleaner that may
damage painted surfaces. Always follow the
manufacturer’s instructions when using any
type of cleaning product.
Basic steps for removing rust preventative:
1.
Put on safety glasses and disposable gloves.
2.
#OAT ALL SURFACES THAT HAVE RUST PREVENTATIVE
with a liberal amount of your cleaner or
degreaser and let them soak for a few
minutes.
3.
Wipe off the surfaces. If your cleaner or
degreaser is effective, the rust preventative
will wipe off easily.
Before cleaning, gather the following:
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$ISPOSABLE rags
#LEANERDEGREASER (certain citrus-based
degreasers work extremely well and they
have non-toxic fumes)
3AFETY GLASSES DISPOSABLE GLOVES
Note: Automotive degreasers, mineral spirits, or
7$s CAN BE USED TO REMOVE RUST PREVENTATIVE
Before using these products, though, test them
on an inconspicuous area of a painted area to
make sure they will not damage it.
Note: To clean off thick coats of rust preventative
on flat surfaces, such as beds or tables, use
A 0,!34)# PAINT SCRAPER TO SCRAPE OFF THE
majority of the coating before wiping it off
WITH YOUR RAG $O NOT USE A METAL SCRAPER OR
it may scratch the surface.)
4.
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Cleaning
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Gasoline and petroleum
products have low flash
points and can explode
or cause fire if used for
cleaning. Avoid using these
products to remove rust
preventative.
Repeat Steps 2–3 as necessary until clean,
then coat all unpainted surfaces with a
quality metal protectant or light oil to
prevent rust.
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Weight Load
Location
Refer to the Machine Specifications for the
weight of your machine. Make sure that the
surface upon which the machine is placed will
bear the weight of the machine, additional
equipment that may be installed on the machine,
and the heaviest workpiece that will be used.
Additionally, consider the weight of the operator
and any dynamic loading that may occur when
operating the machine.
Physical Environment
The physical environment where your machine
is operated is important for safe operation and
longevity of parts. For best results, operate this
machine in a dry environment that is free from
excessive moisture, hazardous or flammable
chemicals, airborne abrasives, or extreme
conditions. Extreme conditions for this type
of machinery are generally those where the
ambient temperature is outside the range of 41°–
104°F; the relative humidity is outside the range
of 20–95% (non-condensing); or the environment
is subject to vibration, shocks, or bumps.
Space Allocation
Consider the largest size of workpiece that will
be processed through this machine and provide
enough space around the machine for adequate
operator material handling or the installation
of auxiliary equipment. With permanent
installations, leave enough space around
the machine to open or remove doors/covers
as required by the maintenance and service
described in this manual.
Electrical Installation
Place this machine near an existing power
source. Make sure all power cords are protected
from traffic, material handling, moisture,
chemicals, or other hazards. Make sure to leave
access to a means of disconnecting the power
source or engaging a lockout/tagout device.
Children or untrained
people may be seriously
injured by this machine.
Only install in an access
restricted location.
Lighting
Lighting around the machine must be adequate
enough that operations can be performed
safely. Shadows, glare, or strobe effects that
may distract or impede the operator must be
eliminated.
Wall
30"
Wall
23"
38"
30"
24"
811⁄2"
36"
66"
= Power connection
Figure 5. Space required for full range of movement.
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2.
Lifting & Moving
This machine and its
parts are heavy! Serious
personal injury may occur
if safe moving methods are
not used. To reduce the
risk of a lifting or dropping
injury, ask others for help
and use power equipment.
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Place the lifting web straps under the ram
and connect them to the safety hook, as
illustrated in Figure 6.
Note: Place padding between the straps and the
mill to protect the ram and ways, and to
keep from cutting the web straps.
3.
Unbolt the mill from the shipping pallet.
4.
With your assistants steadying the load to
keep it from swaying, lift the mill a couple of
inches.
The method of lifting and moving the mill
described below requires at least two other
people for assistance and a forklift with two
lifting web straps rated for at least 3000 lbs.
each.
— If the mill tips to one side, lower to the
ground and adjust the ram or table to
balance the load. Make sure to re-tighten
the lock levers and bolts before lifting the
mill again.
Important: Before lifting the mill, make sure
the four turret lock bolts (two on either side of
the ram) are torqued to 47 ft/lbs.
— If the mill lifts evenly, continue to move it
to its permanent location.
To lift and move the mill:
1.
Swing the ram around 180° from the position
that it was shipped in, then rotate the
head upright, as illustrated in Figure 6
(refer to Ram Movement on Page 36 and
Headstock Movement on Page 32 for
detailed instructions).
Note: After re-positioning the ram and
headstock, make sure they are locked in
place to prevent unexpected movement
during lifting and moving.
Lifting
Web Straps
Figure 6. Using web straps to lift the mill.
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Leveling & Mounting
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Bolting to Concrete Floors
Generally, you can either bolt your machine
to the floor or mount it on machine mounts.
Although not required, we recommend that you
secure the machine to the floor and level it while
doing so. Because this is an optional step and
floor materials may vary, hardware for securing
the machine to the floor is not included.
Anchor
Bolt
We strongly recommend securing your
machine to the floor if it is hardwired to the
power source. Consult with your electrician to
ensure compliance with local codes.
Lag Screw
and Anchor
Leveling
Leveling machinery helps precision components,
such as bed ways, remain straight and flat
during the lifespan of the machine. Components
on an unleveled machine may slowly twist due to
the dynamic loads placed on the machine during
operation.
Figure 8. Common types of fasteners for bolting
machinery to concrete floors.
For best results, use a precision level that
is at least 12" long and sensitive enough to
show a distinct movement when a 0.003" shim
(approximately the thickness of one sheet of
standard newspaper) is placed under one end of
the level.
See the figure below for an example of a high
precision level.
Figure 7. Example of a precision level.
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Secure the ball handles with the hex nuts
removed in Step 1.
Assembly
4.
Ball Handles
Note: Tighten the hex nuts just until they are
snug. Overtightening could increase the
wear of the moving parts.
The ball handles for either end of the X-axis
leadscrew have spring-loaded, keyed center
bushings, as shown in Figure 9. This allows
them to disengage from the leadscrew when
using the power feed, avoiding an entanglement
hazard.
5.
Remove the hex nut from the Y-axis
leadscrew.
6.
Align the keyway of the remaining ball
handle with the leadscrew key, slide the
Y-axis ball handle (see Figure 9) onto the
leadscrew, then secure it in place with the
removed hex nut.
7.
Thread the handles into the small end of
the ball handles and tighten them with a
wrench.
Ball Handle
Handle
X-Axis
Spring-Loaded
Bushing
Knee Crank
Y-Axis
Ball Handle
Slide the knee crank onto the shaft so that the
teeth of the crank and shaft engage, as shown in
Figure 10.
Figure 9. Ball handle assemblies.
To install the ball handles:
1.
Remove the hex nuts from both ends of the
X-axis leadscrew.
2.
Identify the two ball handles with the
spring-loaded center bushings (see
Figure 9).
3.
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Position the ball handle so that the
protruding part of the bushing is facing
toward the table, align the keyway with the
X-axis leadscrew key, then slide it onto the
leadscrew.
Knee Crank
Teeth Engaged
Figure 10. Knee crank and shaft teeth engaged.
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2.
Way Covers
1.
Remove the five button-head cap screws
shown in Figure 11 from the front of the
saddle and knee, position the pleated way
cover in place, then secure it with the
removed cap screws.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Remove the four button-head cap screws
shown in Figure 12 from the column and
the rear of the table, position the rear
way cover in place, then secure it with the
removed cap screws.
Cap Screws
Cap
Screws
Figure 12. Rear way cover installed.
Figure 11. Front way cover installed.
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Power Connection
Electrocution or fire
may occur if machine is
ungrounded, incorrectly
connected to power, or
connected to an undersized
circuit. Use a qualified
electrician to ensure a safe
power connection.
Once the machine is set up and assembled as
previously described in this manual, it is ready to
be connected to the power source.
Note About Extension Cords: Using an
incorrectly sized extension cord may decrease the
life of electrical components on the machine.
Note About 3-Phase Power: DO NOT use a
static phase converter to create 3-phase power—
it can quickly decrease the life of electrical
components on the machine. If you must use
a phase converter, only use a rotary phase
converter and connect the manufactured leg to
the correct power connection terminal, shown in
the wiring diagrams on Page 65.
SB1025 (220V 3-Phase)
Full Load Amp Draw ........................... 6/5.6 Amps
Required Voltage Range ................................ 220V
Phase ..........................................................3-Phase
Frequency ...................................................... 60 Hz
Minimum Circuit Size ............................. 15 Amps
Recommended Power Cord ...14 AWG/4C/300VAC
Recommended Plug/Receptacle ........ NEMA 15-15
Minimum Extension Cord Size ................ 14 AWG
Maximum Extension Cord Length ................ 50 ft.
SB1026 (220V)
Full Load Amp Draw ............................... 14 Amps
Required Voltage Range ................................ 220V
Phase ................................................. Single-Phase
Frequency ...................................................... 60 Hz
Minimum Circuit Size ............................. 20 Amps
Recommended Power Cord ...14 AWG/3C/300VAC
Recommended Plug/Receptacle .......... NEMA 6-20
Minimum Extension Cord Size ................ 14 AWG
Maximum Extension Cord Length ................ 50 ft.
To connect the mill to power:
1.
Make sure the incoming power source and
the power cord meet the requirements listed
above.
2.
Use the correct size strain relief when you
feed the power cord through the bottom of
the electrical cabinet.
3.
Terminate the power cord as illustrated in
the Electrical Box Wiring Diagrams on
Pages 65–68.
4.
We recommend that you connect the other
end to a NEMA 6-20 plug.
SB1024 (220V)
Full Load Amp Draw ............................... 14 Amps
Required Voltage Range ................................ 220V
Phase ................................................. Single-Phase
Frequency ...................................................... 60 Hz
Minimum Circuit Size ............................. 20 Amps
Recommended Power Cord ...14 AWG/3C/300VAC
Recommended Plug/Receptacle .......... NEMA 6-20
Minimum Extension Cord Size ................ 14 AWG
Maximum Extension Cord Length ................ 50 ft.
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Initial Lubrication
The machine was fully lubricated at the
factory, but we strongly recommend that
before performing the Test Run you inspect
all lubrication points yourself and provide
additional lubrication if necessary. Refer to the
Lubrication section on Page 51 for specific
details.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
5.
Move the downfeed selector to the manual
(forward) position so that the spindle does
not downfeed during this test (refer to the
Downfeed Operations section on Page 43
for detailed instructions).
6.
Push the emergency STOP button in (see
Figures 13–14), then twist it clockwise until
it pops out. When the switch pops out, the
mill is ready for operation.
Test Run
ON Button
After all preparation steps have been completed,
the machine and its safety features must be
tested to ensure correct operation. If you discover
a problem with the operation of the machine or
its safety components, do not operate it further
until you have resolved the problem.
Power Lamp
Spindle
Direction
Switch
Emergency
STOP
If you discover a problem with the operation
of the machine or its safety components, do
not operate it further until you have resolved
the problem. Refer to the Troubleshooting
section on Page 61 for solutions to common
problems that may occur with all mills. If you
need additional help, contact our Tech Support at
(360) 734-1540.
OFF Button
Figure 13. Model SB1025 control panel.
ON Button
To test run the machine:
1.
Read and follow the safety instructions at
the beginning of the manual, take required
safety precautions, and make sure the
machine is set up and adjusted properly
2.
Clear away all tools and objects used during
assembly and preparation.
3.
4.
Power Lamp
Spindle
Direction
Switch
Emergency STOP
OFF Button
Make sure that the mill is properly
lubricated (refer to the Lubrication section
on Page 51 for specific details).
Set the spindle speed to the low range (refer
to the Setting Spindle Speed Range
section beginning on Page 37 for detailed
instructions).
Figure 14. Model SB1024/SB1026 control panel.
7.
Press the ON button to allow power to flow
to the motor, then turn the spindle direction
switch to the forward (right) position to start
spindle rotation.
Note: For the Model SB1024, turn the spindle
direction switch to the F1 position.
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8.
9.
P R E PA R AT I O N
Listen for abnormal noises and watch for
unexpected actions from the mill. The
machine should run smoothly and without
excessive vibration or rubbing noises.
2.
Refer to the Table Movement section,
beginning on Page 29, to understand how
the power feed, table locks, and limit switch
function.
— Strange or unusual noises or actions
must be investigated immediately. Press
the emergency STOP button to turn the
machine OFF and disconnect it from
the power source before investigating or
correcting potential problems.
3.
Loosen the table locks on the front of the
table.
4.
Plug the power feed power cord into a 110V
power outlet.
Press the emergency STOP button to turn
the machine OFF, then wait for the spindle
to stop on its own.
Note: There are 110V outlets on the right side of
the electrical cabinet that can be used for the
power feed or other 110V accessories.
5.
Make sure the power feed directional lever
is in the neutral (middle) position, turn the
speed dial counterclockwise to the lowest
setting, then flip the power switch to the on
(up) position.
6.
Turn the directional lever to the left, slowly
turn the speed dial clockwise to increase the
speed, then confirm that the table is moving
to the left.
7.
Watch for the table limit stop to hit the
limit switch and turn the power feed OFF,
stopping the table movement.
8.
Turn the directional lever through the
neutral (middle) position and all the way to
the right. The table should begin moving to
the right.
9.
Confirm that the table stops moving when
the limit stop presses against the limit
switch plunger.
10. WITHOUT resetting the emergency STOP
button, press the ON button. The machine
should not start.
— If the machine does not start, the
emergency STOP button safety feature is
working correctly.
— If the machine does start (with the
emergency STOP button pushed in),
immediately disconnect power to the
machine. The emergency STOP button
safety feature is not working correctly.
This safety feature must work properly
before proceeding with regular operations.
Call Tech Support for help.
11. Press the OFF button, then turn the spindle
direction switch to the off (middle) position
to prevent the spindle from starting when
you next use the ON button.
The mill comes with a power feed unit for X-axis
table travel. Proper operation of the limit switch
attached to the front middle of the table is
critical for the safe use of this power feed unit.
If the power feed does not operate as expected
during the following steps, disconnect it from
power and contact our Tech Support at (360) 7341540 for assistance.
To test the X-axis power feed unit and table
limit switch:
1.
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Make sure all tools, cables, and other items
are well clear of table movement as you
follow these steps.
10. Move the directional lever to the neutral
(middle) position and flip the power switch to
the off (down) position.
Congratulations! The Test Run of the mill
is complete. Continue with the next page
to perform the Spindle Break-In and
Adjustments & Inspections procedures.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Spindle Break-In
Complete the spindle bearing break-in
procedure to avoid rapid deterioration of
spindle components when the mill is placed
into operation.
The high-quality bearings and gears used in the
mill are manufactured to very close tolerances.
However, this does not guarantee perfect
dimensional mating of the bearing components or
exact meshing of gear teeth. Before operational
stress is placed on these and other moving parts
in the mill, complete this break-in procedure to
conform these components to one another and
ensure trouble-free performance from the mill.
To perform the spindle break-in procedure:
1.
Successfully perform all the steps in the
Test Run section beginning on Page 25.
2.
Make sure the spindle is at a complete stop.
3.
Set the spindle speed to the low range
(refer to Setting Spindle Speed Range
beginning on Page 37 for detailed
instructions).
4.
Start the spindle rotation at a medium speed
and let the mill run for 20 minutes.
5.
Stop the spindle rotation and allow the
spindle to come to a complete stop by itself.
6.
Set the spindle speed to the high range, then
start the spindle rotation at a medium speed
and let the mill run for another 20 minutes.
7.
Stop the spindle rotation, and turn the mill
OFF.
Since the mill head was rotated parallel to
the table for shipping purposes, you will need
to tram the spindle with the table if your first
cut requires a 90° alignment. Refer to the
Tramming Spindle section on Page 33 for
detailed instructions.
Inspections &
Adjustments
The following list of adjustments were performed
at the factory before the machine was shipped:
s
s
Gib Adjustment .................................Page 58
Leadscrew Backlash
Adjustment .........................................Page 59
Be aware that machine components can shift
during the shipping process. Pay careful
attention to these adjustments during operation
of the machine. If you find that the adjustments
are not set according to the procedures in this
manual or your personal preferences, re-adjust
them.
The spindle break-in of the mill is now complete!
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Operation Overview
The purpose of this overview is to give an
example of a typical milling operation. Read
through the steps below to better understand
the controls and functions described later in this
manual, so that you will know how they are used
to successfully operate the mill.
Loose hair, clothing, or
jewelry could get caught
in machinery and cause
serious personal injury.
Keep these items away
from moving parts at all
times to reduce this risk.
This overview is not intended to be a step-by-step
operational guide.
To reduce the risk of
serious injury when using
this machine, read and
understand this entire
manual before beginning
any operations.
In a typical milling operation, the operator
does the following:
1.
Examines the workpiece to make sure it is
suitable for milling.
2.
Firmly clamps the workpiece to the table.
3.
Installs the correct cutting tool for the
operation.
4.
Uses the manual downfeed and table
controls to confirm the correct positioning
of the cutting tool and workpiece for the
operation. If the X-axis power feed will be
used during the operation, the operator
confirms the speed and length of table
movement required.
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During operation, small
metal chips may become
airborne, leading to serious
eye injury. Wear safety
glasses to reduce this risk.
5.
Configures the mill for the correct spindle
speed of the operation.
6.
Puts on personal protective gear and makes
sure the workpiece and table are clear of all
tools, cords, and other items.
7.
Starts the spindle rotation and performs the
operation.
8.
Turns the mill OFF.
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Control Panel
Use Figures 15–16 and the following
descriptions to understand the functions of the
mill control panel.
ON Button
Power Lamp
Spindle
Direction
Switch
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
ON Button: Allows power flow to the motor. The
spindle direction switch must be used to start the
spindle rotation.
Power Lamp: Illuminates when the mill is
connected to a power source.
Emergency STOP Button: Stops the flow of power
to the motor. Twist clockwise until it pops out to
reset it, then press the ON button to re-establish
power flow to the motor.
OFF Button: Stops power flow to the motor.
Emergency
STOP
Table Movement
The mill table moves in three directions, as
illustrated in Figure 17:
OFF Button
Figure 15. Model SB1025 control panel.
ON Button
Power Lamp
Spindle
Direction
Switch
s
s
s
X-axis (longitudinal)
9 AXIS CROSS
: AXIS VERTICAL
These movements are controlled by table ball
HANDLES AND THE : AXIS CRANK !DDITIONALLY THE
table can be moved along the X-axis with the
power feed.
X-Axis or Longitudinal Travel
(Left & Right)
Emergency STOP
Y-Axis or
Cross Travel
(In & Out)
OFF Button
Figure 16. Model SB1024/SB1026 control panel.
Spindle Direction Switch: Starts, stops, and
reverses the direction of spindle rotation.
Note: The Model SB1025 has two positions for
each direction that electronically change the
speed of the motor and work in conjunction with
the belt housing controls to set the spindle speed
range (refer to "To set the spindle speed range
for the Model SB1025" on Page 39 for additional
details).
Z-Axis or Vertical Elevation
(Up & Down)
Figure 17. The directions of table movement.
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O P E R AT I O N
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Graduated Index Rings
The table ball handles and elevation crank have
graduated index rings attached (see Figure
18) that are used to accurately determine table
movement in increments, as listed in the table
below:
Always keep the table locked in place unless
table movement is required for your operation.
Unexpected table and workpiece movement
could cause the cutter to bind with the
workpiece, which could result in personal
injury or damage to the cutter and workpiece.
Axis
Individual
Increment
One Full
Revolution
X
0.001"
0.200"
Table Locks
Y
0.001"
0.200"
:
0.001"
0.100"
Refer to Figure 19 for the locations of the locks
used to secure the table in place.
X-Axis Locks
Z-Axis
Locks
Index Rings
Figure 18. Graduated table index rings.
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Y-Axis
Lock
Figure 19. Locations of table locks.
O P E R AT I O N
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X-Axis Power Feed
The mill is equipped with a power feed unit for
X-axis table movement. Refer to the illustration
in Figure 20 and the descriptions below
to understand the functions of the various
components of the power feed system.
X-Axis Ball Handle: Manually moves the
table.
I.
Graduated Index Ring: Display the distance
of table travel in 0.001" increments, with one
full revolution equal to 0.200" of table travel.
Tool Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 12mm .............................................. 1
C
B
H.
To confirm the power feed settings that you will
be using during operation, we recommend that
you use the power feed to move the table through
the intended cutting path before starting the
spindle rotation and taking the cut
I
A
D
To operate the X-axis power feed:
E
F
G
1.
Loosen the X-axis table locks (refer to
Figure 19 on Page 30 for locations).
2.
Position the limit stops along the front table
slot to limit the distance of table travel that
is correct for your operation.
H
Figure 20. Power feed system components.
A.
Limit Switch: Stops table movement when
either of the switch side plungers are pressed
by the limit stops.
B.
Limit Stop: Restricts table movement when
positioned along the front of the table.
C.
Rapid Traverse Button: Moves the table at
full speed when it is in motion.
D.
Directional Lever: Selects the direction of
table movement. The middle position is
neutral.
E.
Speed Dial: Controls the speed of the power
feed. Turning the dial clockwise causes the
table to move faster.
F.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Circuit Breaker Reset Button: Resets
the internal circuit breaker if the unit is
overloaded and shuts down.
G. Power Switch: Turns the power feed ON and
OFF.
Note: Make sure the cap screws firmly lock the
limit stops in place when positioned.
3.
Turn the speed dial all the way
counterclockwise to slowest setting, move the
directional lever to neutral (middle) position,
then flip the power switch up to turn the
unit ON.
4.
With your hand poised over the power switch
in case you need to suddenly turn the unit
OFF, move the directional lever in the
desired direction of table travel.
5.
Use the speed dial to slowly bring the speed
of movement up to the desired rate.
6.
When you are finished using the power
feed, turn the unit OFF, then rotate the
speed dial all the way clockwise and move
the directional lever to the neutral (middle)
position to avoid unexpected table movement
when you next flip the power switch up.
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Head Movement
The head tilts 45° back and forth, and rotates 90°
left and right, as shown in Figures 21–22.
Always lock the head firmly in place after
tilting or rotating it. Unexpected movement
of the head during operations could cause
damage to the cutter or workpiece.
45°
Tool Needed
Qty
Wrench 19mm ....................................................... 1
Tilting Head
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the three tilt lock bolts on the right
side of the ram adapter shown in Figure 23.
Tilt Bolt
!
Figure 21. Head tilts 45° back-and-forth.
90°
Lock Bolts
Figure 23. Head tilting controls.
3.
Use one hand to apply pressure to the
head in the direction of rotation, then
slowly rotate the tilt bolt. Rotating this bolt
clockwise will tilt the head back.
4.
When the head is in the correct position
for your operation, re-tighten all three lock
bolts.
Figure 22. Head tilts 90° left-and-right.
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Rotating Head
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Tramming Spindle
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the four rotation lock bolts on the
face of the head shown in Figure 24.
!
After positioning the head at an angle and when
your operation requires that the spindle axis be
precisely perpendicular to the table, you must
tram or align the spindle with the table to ensure
the spindle is exactly 90° to the table.
This procedure involves mounting a dial test
indicator to the quill or spindle, rotating it
around the table, and adjusting the spindle
AXIS : AXIS — TO THE TABLE 8 AND 9 AXES AS
illustrated in Figure 25.
Rotation Bolt
Lock Bolts
Spindle
Z-Axis
Figure 24. Head rotating controls.
3.
4.
Use one hand to apply pressure to the head
in the direction of tilt, then slowly turn the
rotation bolt.
Re-tighten the lock bolts when you have the
head in the desired position.
Y-Axis 90º
90
º
X-Axis
Table
Figure 25. Spindle axis perpendicular to the table Xand Y-axes.
We encourage you to research the many
variations of spindle tramming to find the one
that works best for you. If you do not already
have a preference for performing this operation,
use the following widely-used procedure for
accurately tramming the spindle to the table.
Keep in mind that all workpiece top surfaces are
not exactly parallel with the table top. You may
choose to tram the spindle to the top surface of
the workpiece after it is mounted instead of that
of the table.
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O P E R AT I O N
Tools Needed
Qty
Dial Test Indicator
(with at least 0.0005" resolution) .................. 1
Indicator Holder
(mounted on the quill/spindle) ...................... 1
Precision Parallel Block
(at least 9" in length) ..................................... 1
4.
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Install the indicator holder into the spindle
or onto the quill, then mount the indicator
onto it so that the point is as parallel to
the block as possible (see the illustration in
Figure 26 for an example).
Indicator Holder
Note: A precision-ground plate can be substituted
for the parallel blocks. Keep in mind that the
farther the indicator point can be placed from the
spindle axis, the more accurate the alignment
measurements will be.
Spindle
Dial Test Indicator
To tram the spindle to the table:
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Prepare the mill by performing the following
tasks:
Parallel Block
Table
Figure 26. Dial test indicator mounted.
s 3TONE THE TABLE TO REMOVE ALL NICKS AND
burrs, then clean off all debris. Verify the
table is clean by running your hand over
the top of it.
s 0OSITION THE TABLE FOR THE MILLING
operation you intend to perform after the
tramming—preferably centered to the
saddle.
s 4IGHTEN ANY TABLE KNEE QUILL OR RAM
locks that should be tight during the
intended milling operation.
3.
Place the parallel block underneath the
spindle.
5.
To measure spindle alignment along the
X-axis, place the parallel block directly under
the spindle and indicator across the length of
the table, as illustrated in Figure 27.
Note: If you must re-position the quill or the
knee to accommodate the above step, then
review the tasks in Step 2 to make sure the
mill is properly prepared for the tramming
operation.
Table (Top View)
Parallel Block
Indicator
Spindle
Figure 27. Parallel block positioned for the X-axis
measurement (top view).
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Note: Generally, the goal in the next steps is to
get the difference of the indicator readings
between the end of the parallel bar down to
0.0005". However, the acceptable variance
will depend on the requirements for your
operation.
6.
7.
8.
Indicator
Spindle
Rotate the spindle so that the indicator point
rests in the same manner on other end of the
block, then read the dial.
Parallel Block
— If the indicator dial still reads zero or is
within the acceptable variance, continue
on with Step 8.
Note: Keep one of the rotation lock bolts
just snug so that the head does not move
loosely while you adjust it small amounts.
Remember to tighten the rotation lock
bolts after adjusting the head.
Place the parallel block directly under the
spindle and across the width of the table, as
illustrated in Figure 28.
Table (Top View)
Rotate the spindle by hand so that the
indicator point rests on one end of the
parallel block, as illustrated in Figure 27,
then zero the dial.
— If the indicator dial has moved from zero
beyond the acceptable variance, you will
need to compensate for that amount by
rotating the head left or right. Repeat
Steps 5–6 until you are satisfied with the
spindle axis alignment along the table
X-axis.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Figure 28. Parallel block positioned for the Y-axis
measurement (top view).
9.
Rotate the spindle so that the indicator point
rests on the parallel bar, as illustrated in
Figure 28, then zero the dial.
10. Rotate the spindle so that the indicator point
rests on the other end of the bar in the same
manner, then read the dial.
— If the indicator dial still reads zero or
is within the acceptable variance, the
spindle is precisely perpendicular to the
table in both the X- and Y-axes and the
tramming procedure is complete.
— If the indicator dial has moved from zero
beyond the acceptable variance, you will
need to compensate for that amount by
tilting the head forward or back. Repeat
Steps 9–10 until you are satisfied with
the spindle axis alignment along the table
Y-axis.
Note: Keep one of the tilt lock bolts just
snug so that the head does not move
loosely while you adjust it small amounts.
Remember to tighten the tilt lock bolts
after adjusting the head.
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Ram Movement
The ram travels back and forth 13" and rotates
360° in either direction around the turret.
Tool Needed
Qty
Wrench 19mm ....................................................... 1
Moving Ram Back-and-Forth
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the two lock levers shown in
Figure 29 on the right side of the ram.
!
Always lock the head firmly in place after
tilting or rotating it. Unexpected movement
of the head during operations could cause
damage to the cutter or workpiece.
Rotating Ram
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the four lock bolts on top of the turret
(see Figure 30).
Note: There are two lock bolts on either side of
the ram.
!
Lock Levers
Lock Bolts
(2 of 4)
Rotation
Scale
Adjustment
Bolt
Figure 29. Ram back-and-forth movement controls.
3.
4.
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Make sure there are no obstructions to
ram travel, especially with the spindle tool
around the workpiece, then slowly rotate the
adjustment bolt to move the ram. Rotating
the bolt clockwise will move the ram back.
Re-tighten the lock levers after you have repositioned the ram.
Figure 30. Ram rotating controls.
Note: In the next step, take care not to entangle
or stretch the electrical cabling as you move
the ram around the turret.
3.
Push on the head to manually rotate it. Use
the rotation scale to determine the correct
position for your operation, then re-tighten
the four lock bolts to secure the ram in place.
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Setting Spindle Speed
Using the correct spindle speed is important
for safe and satisfactory results, as well as
maximizing tool life.
To set the spindle speed for your operation, you
will need to: (1) Determine the best spindle speed
for the cutting task, and (2) configure the mill
controls to produce the required spindle speed.
Determining Spindle Speed
Many variables affect the optimum spindle speed
to use for any given operation, but the two most
important are the recommended cutting speed
for the workpiece material and the diameter of
the cutting tool, as noted in Figure 31:
Setting Spindle Speed Range
Setting the spindle speed range involves
engaging and disengaging a spindle spline that
uses gearing to increase or decrease the range of
spindle speeds.
The procedures to set the speed range for the
Model SB1024 and Model SB1025/SB1026 differ
slightly. Use the appropriate section on the
following pages for the mill when selecting the
speed range.
To avoid damage to the spindle, gears, or
cutting tools:
s
3PINDLE ROTATION MUST BE TURNED /&& AND
the spindle must be at a complete stop
BEFORE you change the spindle speed
range.
s
4HE MILL IS DESIGNED TO /.,9 OPERATE WITH
the spindle speed range selector in either
the high or low position. To avoid damaging
the moving parts inside the headstock,
never start spindle rotation without the
range selector detent pin firmly seated in
either the high or low position.
s
7HEN CHANGING THE SPINDLE SPEED RANGE
and the direction of spindle rotation
reverses, you will need to either change
the cutting tool to match the direction of
spindle rotation or use the spindle direction
switch to compensate for the reversal.
*Recommended
Cutting Speed (FPM) x 12
= SpindleSpeed (RPM)
Tool Dia. (in inches) x 3.14
*Double if using carbide cutting tool
Figure 31. Spindle speed formula for milling.
Cutting speed, typically defined in feet per
minute (FPM), is the speed at which the edge of a
tool moves across the material surface.
A recommended cutting speed is an ideal speed
for cutting a type of material in order to produce
the desired finish and optimize tool life.
The books Machinery’s Handbook or Machine
Shop Practice, and some internet sites, provide
excellent recommendations for which cutting
speeds to use when calculating the spindle speed.
These sources also provide a wealth of additional
information about the variables that affect
cutting speed and they are a good educational
resource.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Note: Regardless of the model of the mill, you
MUST properly perform the Meshing Spindle
& Spindle Clutch procedure as instructed on
Page 40 when using the high spindle speed
range.
Also, there are a large number of easy-to-use
spindle speed calculators that can be found on
the internet. These sources will help you take
into account all applicable variables to determine
the best spindle speed for the operation.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
O P E R AT I O N
When the spindle speed range is changed,
the direction of spindle rotation will reverse.
ALWAYS know which way the spindle
is rotating before beginning the cutting
operation.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
High
Model SB1024
Spindle Speed
Range Selector
Setting SB1024 Spindle Speed Range
1.
Make sure that the spindle rotation is
turned OFF and the spindle is at a complete
stop.
2.
Use the chart below to find the spindle speed
range that includes the required spindle
speed for your operation.
Detent
Plate
Figure 32. Model SB1024 spindle speed range
selector.
4.
Model SB1024 Spindle Speed Ranges
Low Range
60–500 RPM
High Range
500–4200 RPM
3.
Note: If it is difficult to move the range selector,
rotate the spindle by hand to help mesh the
gears until the selector moves freely.
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Make sure the selector detent pin is well
seated by attempting to move the selector
without pressing it toward the head.
— If the detent pin is well seated, the
selector will not move when you attempt
to move it as instructed above.
Press the spindle speed range lever shown
in Figure 32 toward the head to release
the detent pin from the detent plate, move
selector so that the pin is over the other
detent, then release the selector.
— When the selector is pointing to the rear
and the front detent is engaged, the low
speed range is selected. Conversely, when
the lever is pointing toward the front and
the rear detent is engaged, the high speed
range is selected.
Low
— If the selector does move when you
attempt to move it as instructed above,
then re-position the selector so that the
pin is firmly seated in the detent plate.
5.
Perform the Meshing Spindle & Spindle
Clutch procedure as instructed on Page 40
to make sure the front spindle pulley and
pinion are properly seated into the bull gear.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
O P E R AT I O N
3.
Properly setting the spindle speed range for
the Model SB1025/SB1026 involves correctly
positioning the high/low range lever AND
the spindle speed range selector. ALWAYS
make sure these two devices are properly
set before beginning the spindle rotation to
avoid damaging the machine and voiding the
warranty.
Low Spindle Speed Range: Pull the knob of
the spindle speed range selector (see Figure
33) out to disengage the detent pin, rotate
the selector clockwise to the front position,
then release the knob.
Note: If it is difficult to move the range selector,
rotate the spindle by hand to help mesh the
gears until the selector moves freely.
Setting SB1025/SB1026 Spindle Speed
Range
1.
2.
Make sure that the spindle rotation is turned
OFF and the spindle is at a complete stop.
High
Model SB1025 Spindle Speed Ranges
Low Range
w/Switch @ F1/R1
80–325 RPM
Low Range
w/Switch @ F2/R2
160–650 RPM
High Range
w/Switch @ F1/R1
710–2800 RPM
High Range
w/Switch @ F2/R2
1420–5600 RPM
Low
High/Low
Range Lever
Use the charts below to find the spindle
speed range that includes the required
spindle speed for your operation.
Note: The Model SB1025 spindle direction switch
on the control panel has four settings that
change the direction and speed of the spindle
motor for each spindle speed range. Positions
F1 (forward) and R1 (reverse) use the low
motor speed, and F2 and R2 use the high
motor speed. Use Figure 15 on Page 29 as
a visual reference for the spindle direction
switch positions.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Low
High
Range Selector
Figure 33. Model SB1025/SB1026 spindle speed
range controls.
4.
Make sure the selector detent pin is well
seated by attempting to move the selector
without pressing it toward the head.
— If the detent pin is well seated, the
selector will not move when you attempt
to move it, as instructed above.
— If the selector does move when you
attempt to move it, as instructed above,
then re-position the selector so that the
pin is firmly seated.
Model SB1026 Spindle Speed Ranges
Low Range
80–325 RPM
High Range
710–2800 RPM
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
5.
O P E R AT I O N
Move the high/low range lever back to the
right side of the head (see Figure 33.
Note: Make sure that the range lever is as far
back as it will go before starting the spindle
rotation.
Tip: When the spindle speed range selector and
high/low range lever are correctly set, they
will be in the opposite direction from each
other.
6.
When setting the mill to use the high spindle
speed range, the front spindle pulley must mesh
with the spindle clutch. Otherwise, you will hear
an unusual grinding when spindle rotation is
started and damage to these components could
be the result.
Meshing Spindle & Spindle Clutch
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Set the spindle speed range control(s) for the
mill as instructed on the previous pages.
High Spindle Speed Range: Move the high/
low range lever forward so that it is pointing
to the front of the head.
— If you hear/feel the front pulley drop
into the spindle clutch when you set the
control(s), this procedure is complete and
you can continued with spindle speed
setup.
Note: Make sure that the range lever is as far
forward as it will go before starting the
spindle rotation.
7.
Pull the knob of the spindle speed range
selector out to disengage the detent pin,
rotate the selector clockwise to the rear
position, then release the knob.
Note: Make sure the selector detent pin is well
seated before starting the spindle rotation.
8.
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Perform the Meshing Spindle & Spindle
Clutch procedure as instructed on Page
to make sure the front spindle pulley and
pinion are properly seated into the bull gear.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
— If you do not hear/feel the front pulley
drop into the spindle clutch when you set
the control(s), continue with Step 3.
Note: The following step takes experience and
patience to complete properly.
3.
Firmly grasp the spindle, then quickly rotate
it in a back-and-forth motion until you hear/
feel the front pulley drop into the spindle
clutch.
— If Step 3 was not successful, use the
spindle speed range control(s) to re-set
the mill to the low range, then repeat
Step 3 until you are certain that the
front pulley is seated into the spindle
clutch.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
O P E R AT I O N
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Setting Spindle Speed
Setting SB1024 Spindle Speed
The Model SB1024 uses a variable pulley system
to set infinite speeds within the speed range
selected. The Model SB1025/SB1026 requires
re-positioning the V-belt on the pulleys to change
spindle speed.
1.
Start the spindle rotation.
2.
Slowly rotate the speed handwheel shown
in Figure 34 until the desired speed is
displayed in the speed indicator window for
the speed range selected.
Use the appropriate section below for the mill to
select the correct spindle speed.
For the Model SB1024 ONLY, always make
sure that the spindle rotation has been started
and is at a constant speed before using
the variable speed handwheel to adjust the
spindle speed. Otherwise, the moving parts
inside the belt housing could be damaged and
void the warranty.
High Range
Speed Indicator
Variable Speed
Handwheel
Low Range
Speed
Indicator
Figure 34. Model SB1024 variable spindle speed
handwheel and indicator windows.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
O P E R AT I O N
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Setting SB1025/SB1026 Spindle Speed
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the belt housing side covers on both
sides of the head to expose the V-belt and
pulleys, as shown in Figure 35.
Switch @
F1/R1
SB1025
Low Spindle
Speed Range
Motor
80
140
220
325
Spindle
Adjustment Lever
Lock Lever
(1 of 2)
3.
4.
Loosen the two motor lock levers, one on
either side of the head, then pull the belt
tension adjustment lever forward to release
the V-belt tension.
Refer to the illustrations in Figures 36–37
and position the V-belt on the pulleys for the
desired spindle speed.
Note: The Models SB1025 and SB1026 produce
slightly different spindle speeds for each
V-belt position. Make sure you refer to the
correct illustration for the mill.
Switch @
F1/R1
SB1025
High Spindle
Speed Range
Motor
710
1170
1860
2800
Switch @
F2/R2
Motor
1420
2340
3720
5600
Spindle
Also, Model SB1025 has two spindle speeds
for each V-belt position that are selected by
using the spindle direction switch on the
control panel. F1/R1 will produce the lower
of the two speeds for each spindle speed
range and V-belt position.
160
280
440
650
Spindle
Figure 35. V-belt and pulleys exposed
(Model SB1026 shown).
Motor
Spindle
V-Belt & Pulley
Access
Switch @
F2/R2
Figure 36. Model SB1025 V-belt positions and
speeds.
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For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
O P E R AT I O N
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Downfeed Controls
SB1026
Low Spindle
Speed Range
Motor
80
140
220
325
Using the Coarse Downfeed
Handle
Spindle
SB1026
High Spindle
Speed Range
Spindle downfeed movement on the mill
is controlled by three mechanisms: 1) The
coarse downfeed handle, 2) the fine downfeed
handwheel, and 3) the auto-downfeed system.
1.
Make sure that the spindle rotation is
turned OFF and the spindle is at a complete
stop.
2.
To set the downfeed for manual control,
pull the downfeed selector knob out, then
rotate it clockwise until the selector pin
under the knob seats in the forward manual
(disengaged) position, as shown in Figure
38 and illustrated in Figure 39 on the next
page.
Motor
Note: It may be necessary to turn the spindle by
hand as you move the selector to enable the
gears to mesh.
Spindle
710
1170
1860
2800
Downfeed Selector
Figure 37. Model SB1026 V-belt positions and speeds.
5.
To re-tension the V-belt, push the
adjustment lever back with moderate force,
then re-tighten the two lock levers to secure
the motor in place.
6.
Replace the two belt housing side covers
before re-connecting the mill to power.
Figure 38. Downfeed selector in the manual
(disengaged) position.
To avoid entanglement hazards, always make
sure that the two belt housing safety covers
are firmly in place before connecting the mill
to power.
3.
Make sure the selector pin is firmly seated
in the detent by attempting to move the
selector without pulling the knob out.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
O P E R AT I O N
4.
Manual (Disengaged) Position
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Make sure the pin of the coarse downfeed
handle hub is engaged with one of the
detents on the downfeed sleeve (see
Figure 40).
Handle
Hub
Pin
Auto-Downfeed (Engaged) Position
Figure 40. Coarse downfeed handle hub and detent
pin.
Figure 39. Downfeed selector positions.
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5.
Make sure the quill lock lever is loose so that
the quill can easily move.
6.
Rotate the coarse downfeed handle around
the hub to control the depth of the spindle.
O P E R AT I O N
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Fine Downfeed Controls
There are a number of devices on the head that
are used with the fine downfeed handwheel or
the auto-downfeed system. Refer to Figure 41
and the descriptions below to become familiar
with these controls.
G. Downfeed Stop & Locking Wheel: Sets
the depth of spindle downfeed. The stop
is threaded into position, then the locking
wheel is use to secure it in place.
H.
Quill Dog: Moves with the quill and spindle
and disengages the downfeed clutch lever
when it engages either the top or the
downfeed stop.
I.
Downfeed Selector: Sets the mill for manual
downfeed or auto-downfeed control.
A
I
H
B
C
G
D
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Using the Fine Downfeed
Handwheel
1.
Make sure that the spindle rotation is turned
OFF and the spindle is at a complete stop.
2.
To set the downfeed for manual control, pull
the downfeed selector knob out, then rotate
the selector clockwise until the selector pin
seats in the forward manual (disengaged)
position.
3.
Set the auto-downfeed direction pin in the
neutral (middle) position to disengage the
fine downfeed handwheel from the autodownfeed gears.
4.
Position the downfeed stop for the spindle
depth that is correct for your operation, then
secure it in place with the locking wheel.
5.
Use the coarse downfeed lever to lower the
spindle slightly until you can pull the clutch
lever out to the left and it locks in place. This
will engage the handwheel with the quill and
spindle.
6.
To lower the spindle, rotate the fine
downfeed handwheel. When the quill dog
meets the downfeed stop, the clutch lever
will disengage and the spindle will return to
the top.
F
E
Figure 41. Fine downfeed controls.
A.
Auto-Downfeed Rate Selector: Selects one of
the three auto-downfeed rates.
B.
Fine Downfeed Handwheel: Manually
controls fine spindle downfeed.
When the spindle rotation is reversed,
either by changing the spindle speed range
or by using the spindle direction switch,
the direction of spindle auto-downfeed will
reverse.
C.
Auto-Downfeed Direction Pin: Starts, stops,
and reverses the auto-downfeed direction.
D.
Fine Downfeed Clutch Lever: Engages the
fine/auto-downfeed gears.
E.
Downfeed Scale: Used with the quill dog,
shows the depth of spindle downfeed in
inches.
F.
Quill Lock Lever: Secures the quill in place
for increased stability during operations.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
O P E R AT I O N
Using the Auto-Downfeed System
When using the auto-downfeed system, the
spindle will move in the direction you choose
with the auto-downfeed direction pin. When the
quill dog reaches the top or meets the downfeed
stop, the downfeed clutch lever will release.
Then, if the spindle was traveling upward, the
movement will simply stop. If the spindle was
traveling downward, then the spindle will move
back to the top at a rate controlled by the return
spring on the left side of the head.
To use the auto-downfeed system:
1.
Make sure that the spindle rotation is turned
OFF and the spindle is at a complete stop.
2.
To set the mill for auto-downfeed, pull the
downfeed selector knob out, then rotate the
selector clockwise and seat the pin in the
rear auto-downfeed (engaged) position, as
illustrated in Figure 42.
4.
Position the auto-downfeed direction pin for
the spindle travel that is correct for your
operation. It may be necessary to rock the
fine downfeed handwheel back-and-forth to
move the pin all the way in or out.
Note: The direction pin has three positions: 1)
In for one downfeed direction, 2) middle for
neutral or no movement, and 3) out for the
reverse direction. The direction of spindle
travel for the in and out positions is relative
to the direction of spindle rotation. Keep in
mind that spindle rotation and downfeed
direction will reverse when the spindle speed
range is changed.
5.
Auto-Downfeed (Engaged) Position
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Make sure the clutch lever is all the way to
the right in the disengaged position so that
the spindle will not travel when rotation is
started.
Note: We recommend that you complete the
remaining steps without a cutting tool
installed, without a workpiece in place, and
the table lower than the maximum spindle
downfeed travel. This will enable you to test
and confirm the settings before beginning
the actual cutting operation.
To avoid damage to the system gearing, never
use the auto-downfeed system with spindle
speeds over 1860 RPM.
6.
Figure 42. Downfeed selector in the auto-downfeed
(engaged) position.
3.
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Position the downfeed stop for the spindle
depth that is correct for your operation, then
secure it in place with the locking wheel.
Set the mill for the correct spindle speed,
then begin spindle rotation.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
O P E R AT I O N
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Spindle Brake
To avoid the risk of gear damage, always
start spindle rotation before using the autodownfeed rate selector.
7.
Select one of the three downfeed rates
by pulling the knob of the auto-downfeed
rate selector out, position the selector over
the appropriate detent, then release the
knob. Make sure the pin is firmly seated
by attempting to move the selector without
pulling the knob out.
Note: Refer to the illustration in Figure 43 when
selecting the downfeed rate.
H
To avoid premature wear of the brake system,
use the spindle brake ONLY after power to the
spindle has been turned OFF.
After turning the power to the spindle OFF,
move the brake lever back or forth to bring the
spindle to a full stop (see Figures 44–45).
To evenly wear the brake shoes, alternate the
direction you move the lever when braking.
Model SB1024
Brake Lever
L
M
Figure 44. Model SB1024 brake lever location.
H = 0.006 in./rev.
L = 0.0015 in./rev.
M = 0.003 in./rev.
Model SB1025/SB1026
Brake Lever
(Rates given in inches of travel
per revolution of the spindle)
Figure 43. Positions of the auto-downfeed rate
selector.
8.
Use the coarse downfeed lever to lower the
spindle slightly until you can pull the clutch
lever out to the left and it locks in place,
which will start the auto-downfeed spindle
travel.
Figure 45. Model SB1025/SB1026 brake lever
location.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
O P E R AT I O N
Loading/Unloading
Tooling
5.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
With one hand holding the tool in place,
insert the drawbar into the spindle from the
top of the head, then thread it into the tool
(see Figure 47).
!
The mill is equipped with an R8 spindle taper
and a 7⁄16"-20 x 18 1⁄2" spindle drawbar that
includes one spacer for tool attachment flexibility
(see Figure 46).
Drawbar
Spacer
Figure 47. Drawbar loading into the spindle (Model
SB1025 shown).
6.
Figure 46. Spindle drawbar and spacer.
Tighten the drawbar until it is snug. Avoid
overtightening, as it could make removing
the tool difficult.
Tool Needed
Qty
Wrench 21mm .......................................................1
Unloading Tooling
Loading Tooling
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench 21mm .......................................................1
Brass Hammer ......................................................1
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Clean any debris or surface substances from
inside the spindle taper and the mating
surface of the tooling.
Note: Debris or oil substances can prevent the
tooling and spindle from properly mating.
This condition can cause excessive vibration,
poor cutting results, or tool/workpiece
damage.
3.
Place the mill in the low spindle speed range
to keep the spindle from turning in the next
steps.
4.
Align the keyway of the tool with the
protruding pin inside the spindle taper, then
firmly push the tool into the spindle to seat
it.
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1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Place the mill in the low spindle speed range
to keep the spindle from turning in the next
step.
Note: Make sure that the drawbar has at least
three threads engaged with the tooling in the
next step to avoid damaging the threads of
the drawbar or tool.
3.
Loosen the drawbar a couple of turns, then
tap the top of it with brass hammer to knock
the tool loose at the bottom of the spindle.
4.
Support the tool with one hand, then
completely unthread the drawbar.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Schedule
!
Before Beginning Operations
s
s
Always disconnect
machine from power before
performing maintenance or
serious personal injury may
result.
Each operator of this machine is responsible
for ensuring proper care of the equipment. We
strongly recommend that all operators make
a habit of following the daily maintenance
procedures.
For optimum performance from this machine,
this maintenance schedule must be strictly
followed. Use the Monthly Maintenance Chart
on Page 50 to ensure this is done.
s
s
s
s
s
Ongoing
To maintain a low risk of injury and proper
machine operation, if you ever observe any of the
items below shut the machine down immediately,
disconnect it from power, and fix the problem
before continuing operations.
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
,OOSE MOUNTING BOLTS OR FASTENERS
7ORN FRAYED CRACKED OR DAMAGED WIRES
%MERGENCY 34/0 BUTTON NOT WORKING
correctly.
-ISSING BELT GUARDS
2EDUCTION IN BRAKING SPEED OR EFFICIENCY
#OOLANT NOT FLOWING CORRECTLY
!NY OTHER UNSAFE CONDITION
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
-AKE SURE THE ELECTRIC BOX DOOR IS CLOSED AND
properly latched.
4URN THE SPINDLE DIRECTION SWITCH TO THE OFF
(middle) position to prevent spindle startup
when connected to power (see Page 29).
-OVE THE SPINDLE SPEED RANGE SELECTOR TO
the manual (forward) position to prevent
the spindle from unexpectedly downfeeding
when rotation is started (see Page 43).
-AKE SURE THE 8 AXIS POWER FEED IS TURNED
OFF to prevent unintentional table
movement when connected to power (see
Page 31).
#HECK THE COOLANT RESERVOIR IN THE BASE FOR
fluid/debris build-up. Clean out if necessary
(see Page 56).
0ERFORM LUBRICATIONS TASKS AS DIRECTED IN THE
Lubrication section on Page 51.
#HECK TABLE MOVEMENT IN ALL THREE AXES
directions for loose/tight gibs. Adjust the gibs
if necessary (see Page 58).
Daily, After Operations
s
s
s
0USH THE EMERGENCY 34/0 BUTTON AND
disconnect the machine from power.
6ACUUMCLEAN ALL CHIPS AND SWARF FROM TABLE
slides, and base.
7IPE DOWN ALL UNPAINTED OR MACHINED
surfaces with a good quality rust
preventative.
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Month/Year:
Make copies of this page to use each month. Keep each charts as a maintenance
record for the mill.
Use this chart to keep track of the maintenance performed on the mill. Cross out
or initial the “Day” box for each item on the list. If the box is blacked out, maintenance is not required for that item on that day.
7
MAINTENANCE
Power Feed
Gears
Table
Elevation
Leadscrew
Ram Ways
Headstock
Gearing
Speed Range
Bearing
Sleeve
Table, Saddle,
Knee Ways
Quill
Lubrication
Cleaned &
Protected
Disconnected
From Power
End of Day
Gib
Adjustment
Coolant
Reservoir
Day
Item
Inspection
South Bend Lathe Co.® Monthly Maintenance Chart for Model SB1024/SB1025/SB1026 Mills
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
MAINTENANCE
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Cleaning
Lubrication
Regular cleaning is one of the most important
steps in taking good care of this lathe. Each
operator is responsible for cleaning the machine
immediately after using it or at the end of the
day. We recommend that the cleaning routine
be planned into the workflow schedule, so that
adequate time is set aside to do the job right.
The mill has numerous moving metal-tometal contacts that require regular and proper
lubrication to ensure efficient and long-lasting
operation, and to protect your investment.
Typically, the easiest way to clean swarf from the
ways and table is to use a wet/dry shop vacuum
that is dedicated for this purpose only. The small
chips leftover after vacuuming can be wiped up
with a slightly oiled rag. Avoid using compressed
air to blow off chips, as it may drive them deeper
into moving surfaces and could cause sharp chips
to fly into your face or hands.
All visible swarf should be removed from the mill
during cleaning. Remember, personal neatness
gives you personality!
Unpainted & Machined Surfaces
Besides the ways and elevation leadscrew, all
other unpainted and machined surfaces should
be wiped down daily to keep them rust-free
and in top condition. This includes surface you
can find that could be vulnerable to rust if left
unprotected (this especially includes any parts
that may be exposed to water soluble cutting
fluids). Typically with these parts, a thin film of
oil is all that is necessary for protection.
Other than the lubrication points covered in
this section, all other bearings are internally
lubricated and sealed at the factory. Simply leave
them alone unless they need to be replaced.
Before performing any lubrication task,
DISCONNECT THE MILL FROM POWER!
Important: Before adding lubricant, clean the
debris and grime from the oil cup or grease
fitting and the immediate area to prevent
contamination of the oil cups, grease fittings, or
new lubricant.
Use the schedule and information in Figure 48
as a daily guide for lubrication tasks. Follow the
referenced sections on the following pages for
detailed instructions.
The following recommended lubrication
schedule is based on light to medium mill
usage. Keeping in mind that lubrication helps
to protect the value and operation of the mill,
you may need to perform the lubrication tasks
more frequently depending on your usage.
Frequency
(Hours of
Operation)
Page
Ref.
4 hrs.
52
Table Ways (One-Shot
Oiler)
4–8 hrs.
52
Speed Range Bearing
Sleeve (SB1024 Only)
40 hrs.
53
Headstock Gearing
40 hrs.
53
Ram Ways
40 hrs.
54
Table Elevation
,EADSCREW : !XIS
40 hrs.
54
Power Feed Gears
160 hrs.
54
Lubrication Task
Quill
Figure 48. Recommended lubrication tasks,
schedules, and instruction page references.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
MAINTENANCE
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Table Ways (One-Shot Oiler)
Failure to follow reasonable lubrication
practices as instructed in this manual for the
mill could lead to premature failure of the mill
and will void the warranty.
Quill
Oil Type ...... Mobil Vactra 2 or ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount .......................................... Fill Oil Cup
Check/Add Frequency ..............4 hrs. of Operation
Lift the oil cup cap shown in Figure 49 to add 10
drops of lubricant.
Oil Type ...... Mobil Vactra 2 or ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount ................... One Pull of Pump Handle
Check/Add Frequency ..........4–8 hrs. of Operation
The one-shot oiler is connected to a series of
aluminum tubes that carry the lubricant to wear
points along the table horizontal and vertical
ways. After using the oiler pump handle shown
in Figure 50, move the table through all paths of
movement to evenly distribute the lubricant.
Use the sight glass on the side of the oiler to
know when to re-fill the reservoir.
Reservoir Cap
Pump
Handle
Quill Oil Cup
Figure 49. Quill oil cup location.
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Sight
Glass
Figure 50. One-shot oiler controls.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
MAINTENANCE
Speed Range Bearing Sleeve
(SB1024 Only)
Oil Type ...... Mobil Vactra 2 or ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount .......................................... Fill Oil Cup
Check/Add Frequency ............40 hrs. of Operation
Lift the oil cup cap shown in Figure 51 to add 5
drops of lubricant.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Headstock Gearing
Grease Type .........................NLGI 2 or Equivalent
Grease Amount ...........Two Pumps of Grease Gun
Check/Add Frequency ............40 hrs. of Operation
Add two pumps from a grease gun to the
grease fitting for the mill that is shown in
Figures 52–53.
Oil Cup
SB1024 Grease
Fitting
Figure 51. Speed range bearing sleeve
(SB1024 only).
Figure 52. SB1024 headstock gearing grease fitting.
SB1025/SB1026 Grease Fitting
Figure 53. SB1025/SB1026 headstock gearing
grease fitting.
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MAINTENANCE
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Ram Ways
Table Elevation Leadscrew
Oil Type ...... Mobil Vactra 2 or ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount ............................................. Thin Coat
Check/Add Frequency ............40 hrs. of Operation
Grease Type .........................NLGI 2 or Equivalent
Grease Amount ...................................... Thin Coat
Check/Add Frequency ............40 hrs. of Operation
Move the ram back and forth as necessary
to access the full length of the ways (see
Figure 54), then use a clean shop rag to apply a
thin coat of lubricant.
Elevate the table all the way up, then use
mineral spirits to clean any debris and built-up
grime from the elevation leadscrew threads. Add
one pump from a grease gun to the leadscrew
grease fitting shown in Figure 56, then run
the knee up and down to distribute the grease.
Repeat this process until the entire leadscrew
Ram Ways
Leadscrew
Grease
Fitting
Figure 54. Exposing the ram ways for lubrication.
Head & Ram Rack & Pinion Gear
The interaction between the cast iron surfaces
of these devices (see Figure 55) produces a dry
powder that provides an adequate lubrication.
Do not apply any other lubricant which could
produce a stiff compound that may interfere with
smooth movement.
Power Feed Gears
Grease Type .......Medium-Weight Lithium Grease
Grease Amount ...........Two Pumps of Grease Gun
Check/Add Frequency ............40 hrs. of Operation
Tool Needed
Qty
Wrench 19mm ....................................................... 1
Head Rack
& Pinion Gear
To lubricate the power feed gears:
Ram Pinion
Gear
Ram Rack
Figure 55. Locations of head and ram rack and pinion
gears.
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Figure 56. Table elevation leadscrew and grease
fitting.
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
2.
MAINTENANCE
Remove the hex nut and ball handle from the
power unit end of the longitudinal leadscrew
(see Figure 57).
Graduated Dial Ring
5.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Brush a light coat of lubricant on the teeth
of the bevel gear and the smaller drive gear
(see Figure 59).
Leadscrew
Drive Gear
Bevel Gear
Retaining Ring
Figure 57. Power feed ball handle removed.
3.
Unthread and remove the knurled retaining
ring and graduated dial ring from the end of
the leadscrew.
4.
Remove the brass bevel gear from the
leadscrew, then remove the leadscrew
alignment key (see Figure 58).
Alignment Key
Figure 59. Power feed brass gear and drive gear.
6.
Replace the leadscrew alignment key, then
align the bevel gear keyway and the key as
you slide the gear onto the leadscrew and
mesh its teeth with the drive gear.
7.
Replace the graduated dial ring into position
and secure it with the knurled retaining
ring—do not overtighten.
8.
Slide the ball handle onto the leadscrew
as you align its keyway with the leadscrew
alignment key, then secure it with the hex
nut removed in Step 2.
9.
Manually move the table with the power feed
ball handle to check the gear movement and
to distribute the grease on the gears. If the
movement is not smooth, repeat Steps 2–8
until it is.
Brass Bevel Gear
Figure 58. Power feed brass gear and leadscrew
alignment key.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning Coolant
Reservoir
BIOLOGICAL & POISON
HAZARD!
Use the correct personal
protection equipment when
handling cutting fluid.
Follow Federal, State, and
the coolant manufacturer's
requirement to safely
dispose of the used
coolant.
Cleaning
Tools Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 3mm ................................................. 1
Hex Wrench 10mm ............................................... 1
Catch Pan .............................................................. 1
To clean out the coolant reservoir:
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Put on personal protective equipment.
3.
Remove the coolant reservoir access panel
from the rear of the column (see Figure 60).
Screen
The cavity in the base of the mill can be used
as a coolant reservoir if you choose to install
a recirculating coolant pump accessory. This
reservoir also catches any coolant and debris that
falls from the table and through the screens in
the base.
Access
Panel
Drain
Plug
Hazards
As some coolant ages, it develops dangerous
microbes which eventually proliferate and create
a biological hazard. The risk of exposure to
this hazard can be greatly reduced by cleaning
out the coolant reservoir on a monthly basis or
sooner, if needed based on your daily inspection.
The important thing to keep in mind when
working with coolant is to minimize exposure
to your skin, eyes, and respiratory system
by wearing the proper personal protective
equipment, which includes splash-resistant
safety glasses, long-sleeve gloves, protective
clothing, and a NIOSH-approved respirator.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Figure 60. Coolant reservoir access panel and drain
plug.
4.
Place the catch pan under the drain plug,
then remove the plug and allow the fluid to
drain into the pan.
5.
Clean away debris and grime from the
coolant drain screens on the base of the mill.
6.
Use rags, scrapers, and cleaning solvent
to thoroughly clean out the bottom of the
reservoir.
Note: Use a cleaning solvent that is compatible
with the type of coolant. For instance, if you
are using a water-base coolant, then use a
water-base cleaning solvent.
7.
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When the reservoir is clean and dry, replace
the access panel and drain plug.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
MAINTENANCE
Machine Storage
To avoid rust problems or corrosion damage,
use the following information to protect your
investment when storing the mill for any length
of time.
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,UBRICATE THE MILL AS DIRECTED IN THE
Lubrication section beginning on Page 51.
s
#LEAN OUT THE COOLANT RESERVOIR IN THE BASE
of the mill as directed in the Cleaning
Coolant Reservoir section on Page 56.
s
4HOROUGHLY CLEAN ALL UNPAINTED BARE METAL
surfaces, then coat them with a light weight
grease or rust preventative. Take care to
ensure these surfaces are completely covered
but that the grease or rust preventative is
kept off painted surfaces.
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
s
,OOSEN THE BELTS TO PREVENT THEM FROM
stretching during storage. Post a reminder
on the mill that the belts need to be reinstalled or tensioned before resuming
operations.
s
0LACE A FEW MOISTURE ABSORBING DESICCANT
packs inside the electrical and control panel
boxes.
s
#OVER AND PLACE THE MACHINE IN A DRY AREA
that is out of direct sunlight and away from
hazardous fumes, paint, solvents, or gas.
Fumes and sunlight can bleach or discolor
paint and plastic parts.
s
!T LEAST ONCE A MONTH START THE MILL AND
run all gear-driven components for a few
minutes. This will keep the bearings,
bushings, gears, and shafts well lubricated
and protected from corrosion, especially
during the winter months.
Note: If the machine will be out of service for
only a short period of time, use way oil or a
good grade of medium-weight machine oil
(not auto engine oil) in place of the grease or
rust preventative.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SERVICE
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Adjusting Gibs
Gibs are tapered lengths of metal that are
sandwiched between two moving surfaces. Gibs
control the gap between these surfaces and how
they slide past one another. Correctly adjusting
the gibs is critical to producing good milling
results.
Table Gib &
Adjustment Screw
Tight gibs make table movement more
accurate but stiff. Loose gibs make moving the
table sloppy but easier to do. The goal of gib
adjustment is to remove unnecessary sloppiness
without causing the ways to bind.
Gibs are adjusted with a screw on each end of
the gib, that move the tapered gib back-andforth to increase or decrease the friction pressure
between the sliding surfaces. The process of
properly adjusting the gibs requires trial-anderror and patience.
Figure 61. Table gib and adjustment screw underneath
the left side of the table.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER BEFORE
ADJUSTING THE GIBS!
Make sure all table and knee locks are loose.
Then, loosen one gib adjustment screw and
tighten the other the same amount to move the
gib. Use the ball handles/crank to move the table/
knee until you feel a slight drag in that path of
movement.
Refer to Figures 61–63 to identify the locations
of the table, saddle, and knee gibs, and one of the
two adjustment screws for each.
Saddle Gib &
Adjustment Screw
Figure 62. Saddle gib and adjustment screw.
Knee Gib &
Adjustment
Screw
Note: It will be necessary to remove small parts,
such as way wipers and covers, to access the gib
adjustment screws.
Figure 63. Knee gib and adjustment screw.
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For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SERVICE
Adjusting Leadscrew
Backlash
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Longitudinal Leadscrew Backlash
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the two cap screws on the leadscrew
nut accessed from underneath the left side of
the table, as shown in Figure 64.
Leadscrew backlash is the amount of motion
the leadscrew rotates before the attached device
begins to move.
Although the mill is equipped with doublebronzed longitudinal and cross leadscrew nuts to
minimize backlash, leadscrews will always have
a certain amount of backlash that will increase
with normal wear.
Generally, 0.005"–0.010" leadscrew backlash
is acceptable to ensure smooth movement and
reduce the risk of premature thread wear.
However, if you find it necessary to adjust
leadscrew backlash, perform the procedures
listed below.
Tools Needed
Qty
T-Handle Hex Wrench 5mm ................................. 1
Hex Wrench 3mm ................................................. 2
Hex Wrench 8mm ................................................. 1
Wrench 19mm ....................................................... 1
Leadscrew Nut (1 of 2)
& Cap Screw
Figure 64. Longitudinal leadscrew nut and cap screw,
as viewed from underneath the left side of the table.
3.
Rotate the adjustment plate on the
leadscrew nut in small increments, then
check the amount of backlash.
4.
When you are satisfied with the adjustment,
re-tighten the two cap screws.
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SERVICE
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Cross Leadscrew Backlash
1.
DISCONNECT MILL FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the hex nut and ball handle from the
cross leadscrew.
Note: In the next step, take care not to misplace
the leadscrew key as you remove the parts.
3.
Unthread and remove the knurled retaining
ring, graduated dial ring, and the leadscrew
key, as shown in Figure 65.
Bearing
Housing
Figure 66. Removing the bearing housing from the
cross leadscrew.
5.
Loosen the two cap screws on the face of the
leadscrew nut shown in Figure 67.
Cross Leadscrew
Figure 65. Ball handle, rings, and key removed from
the cross leadscrew.
4.
Remove the four cap screws from the bearing
housing, then slide it off the leadscrew (see
Figure 66).
Note: It may be necessary to use a dead blow
hammer or rubber mallet on the housing to
knock it loose.
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Cross Leadscrew
Nut & Cap Screws
Figure 67. Cross leadscrew nut and cap screws.
6.
Re-install the key back onto the leadscrew so
that you can use the ball handle in the next
step.
7.
Rotate the adjustment plate on the
leadscrew nut in small increments, then
check the amount of backlash.
8.
When you are satisfied with the adjustment,
re-tighten the two cap screws.
9.
Re-install the parts previously removed in
the reverse order.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
TROU B LESHOOTI NG
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
If you need replacement parts, or if you are unsure how to do any of the solutions given here, feel free
to call us at (360) 734-1540.
!
Symptom
Machine does not
start or a breaker
trips.
Machine stalls or is
overloaded.
Possible Cause
1. Emergency stop button is pushed in
or is at fault.
1. Rotate the button clockwise until it pops out;
replace if necessary.
2. Plug/receptacle is at fault or wired
incorrectly.
2. Test for good contacts; correct the wiring.
3. Power supply is switch OFF or is
at fault.
3. Ensure hot lines have correct voltage on all legs and
main power supply is switched ON.
4. Motor connection wired incorrectly.
4. Correct motor wiring connections (Pages 66 & 69).
5. ON button or spindle direction
switch at fault.
5. Replace faulty ON button or spindle direction
switch.
6. Motor windings or motor is at fault.
6. Replace motor.
1. Machine is undersized for the task.
1. Use smaller sharp tooling; reduce the feed rate;
reduce the spindle speed; use coolant.
2. Workpiece alignment is poor.
2. Eliminate workpiece binding; use vise or clamps as
required for proper workpiece alignment control.
3. Dull or incorrect cutting tool.
3. Use sharp and correct cutting tool for the operation.
4. Spindle speed is incorrect for the
operation.
4. Select appropriate spindle speed (Page 37).
5. Motor connection wired incorrectly.
5. Correct motor wiring connections (Pages 66 & 69).
6. Plug/receptacle is at fault or wired
incorrectly; incorrect voltage
coming from power source.
6. Test for good contact; correct wiring problems;
ensure hot lines have correct voltage on all legs.
7. Pulley(s) slipping on shaft.
7. Replace loose pulley/shaft.
8. Motor bearings at fault.
8. Test by rotating shaft; rotation grinding/loose shaft
requires bearing replacement.
9. Motor has overheated.
10. Motor is at fault.
Machine has
vibration or noisy
operation.
Possible Solution
9. Clean off motor, let cool, and reduce workload.
10. Replace motor.
1. Tool holder or cutter is at fault.
1. Replace out-of-round tool holder; replace/re-sharpen
cutter; use appropriate feed rate spindle speed.
2. Workpiece alignment is poor.
2. Eliminate workpiece binding; use vise or clamps as
required for proper workpiece alignment control.
3. Motor or component is loose.
3. Inspect replace stripped or damaged bolts/nuts and
re-tighten with thread locking fluid.
4. Pulley is loose.
4. Re-align/replace shaft, pulley, set screw, and key as
required.
5. Machine is incorrectly mounted to
floor or sits uneven.
5. Re-tighten/replace mounting bolts in floor; relocate/
shim machine.
6. Motor fan is rubbing on fan cover.
6. Replace dented fan cover or fan.
7. Pulley(s) slipping on shaft.
7. Replace loose pulley/shaft.
8. Motor bearings at fault.
8. Test by rotating shaft; rotation grinding/loose shaft
requires bearing replacement.
9. Gearbox is at fault.
9. Rebuild gearbox for bad gear(s)/bearing(s).
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SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
TROU B LESHOOTI NG
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
!
Symptom
Tool slips in collect.
Tool breakage.
Workpiece chatters
or vibrates during
operation.
Table hard to
move.
Bad surface finish.
Power feed chatters
or grinds during
operation.
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Possible Cause
Possible Solution
1. Collet is not fully drawn into
spindle taper.
1. Snug up the drawbar to fully seat the collet.
2. Wrong size collet.
2. Use correct collect for tool shank diameter.
3. Debris on mating surfaces of collet
and spindle.
3. Remove oil and debris from mating surfaces, then
re-install.
4. Excessive depth of cut.
4. Decrease depth of cut and allow chips to clear.
1. Spindle speed too slow/feed rate too
fast.
1. Use correct spindle speed and feed rate (Page 37).
2. Tool getting too hot.
2. Use coolant; reduce spindle speed/feed rate
(Page 37).
3. Excessive depth of cut.
3. Decrease depth of cut and allow chips to clear.
1. Table/saddle/knee locks not tight.
1. Tighten all locks on mill that are not associated
with necessary table movement for the operation.
2. Workpiece not securely clamped to
table or mill vise.
2. Check that clamping is tight and sufficient for the
operation; make sure mill vise is clamped tight to
table.
3. Tool not secure or is damaged.
3. Properly secure the tool; replace if damaged.
4. Spindle speed too fast/feed rate too
slow.
4. Use correct spindle speed and feed rate (Page 37).
5. Gibs are too loose.
5. Properly adjust gibs (Page 58).
1. Table/saddle/knee locks are
tightened down.
1. Full loosen locks needed for movement.
2. Chips have loaded up on the ways.
2. Frequently clean away chips from the ways that
build up during operation.
3. Ways are dry and in need of
lubrication.
3. Use the one-shot oiler (Page 52).
4. Gibs are too tight.
4. Properly adjust gibs (Page 58).
1. Wrong spindle speed/feed rate.
1. Use correct spindle speed and feed rate (Page 37).
2. Dull/damaged tool; wrong tool for
operation.
2. Sharpen/replace tool; use correct tool for operation.
3. Wrong spindle rotation direction for
tool.
3. Check for proper spindle rotation direction for tool.
4. Workpiece not securely clamped to
table or mill vise.
4. Check that clamping is tight and sufficient for the
operation; make sure mill vise is clamped tight to
table.
5. Gibs are too loose.
5. Properly adjust gibs (Page 58).
1. Brass bevel gear is not meshed with
the drive gear.
1. Remove parts from the power feed side of the
longitudinal leadscrew to ensure the bevel gear is
properly meshed; make sure the ball handle nut is
tight.
2. Power feed unit is at fault
2. Replace.
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
ELECTRICAL
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Electrical Safety Instructions
These pages are accurate at the time of printing. In the constant effort to improve, however, we may
make changes to the electrical systems of future machines. Study this section carefully. If you see
differences between your machine and what is shown in this section, call Technical Support at (360)
734-1540 for assistance BEFORE making any changes to the wiring on the machine.
1.
2.
Shock Hazard: Working on wiring that is
connected to a power source is extremely
dangerous. Touching electrified parts will
result in personal injury including but
not limited to severe burns, electrocution,
or death. Disconnect the power from
the machine before servicing electrical
components!
Wire Connections: All connections must be
tight to prevent wires from loosening during
machine operation. Double-check all wires
disconnected or connected during any wiring
task to ensure tight connections.
3.
Modifications: Using aftermarket parts or
modifying the wiring beyond what is shown
in the diagram may lead to unpredictable
results, including serious injury or fire.
4.
Motor Wiring: The motor wiring shown in
these diagrams is current at the time of
printing, but it may not match your machine.
Always use the wiring diagram inside the
motor junction box.
5.
Circuit Requirements: You MUST follow
the requirements at the beginning of this
manual when connecting your machine to a
power source.
6.
Capacitors/Inverters: Some capacitors and
power inverters store an electrical charge for
up to 10 minutes after being disconnected
from the power source. To reduce the risk of
being shocked, wait at least this long before
working on capacitors.
7.
Wire/Component Damage: Damaged wires
or components increase the risk of serious
personal injury, fire, or machine damage. If
you notice that any wires or components are
damaged while performing a wiring task,
replace those wires or components before
completing the task.
8.
Experiencing Difficulties: If you are
experiencing difficulties understanding the
information included in this section, contact
our Technical Support at (360) 734-1540.
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ELECTRICAL
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Wiring Overview
Motor Junction Box
SB1024/SB1026:
See Page 66 and
Figure 70
SB1025:
See Page 69 and
Figure 74
Work Lamp
SB1024/SB1026:
See Page 66 and
Figure 69
SB1025:
See Page 69 and
Figure 73
Electrical Box
SB1024/SB1026:
See Page 65 and
Figure 68
SB1024/SB1026:
See Page 68 and
Figure 72
Control Panel
SB1024/SB1026:
See Page 66 and
Figure 71
SB1025:
See Page 69 and
Figure 75
WIRING DIAGRAM COLOR KEY
BLUE
WHITE
RED
PINK
WHITE
BLUE
GREEN
LIGHT
BLUE
PURPLE
YELLOW
GREEN
BROWN
GRAY
ORANGE
TURQUIOSE
YELLOW
BLACK
NOTICE:
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The photos and diagrams included in this section are best viewed in color. You can
see them in color at www.southbendlathe.com.
ELECTRICAL
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Box
110V
24V
1R
3R
12V
0V
R
3
R
T
T1 T1
T
T
L2 5
A2
35
1
20
1R
T1
T1
2
3
L3 21
R
NC
A1
1
L1
CONTACTOR
Allen Bradley
C16 01
4
U
Fuse
30A
11
R
2 T1
3R 3R
E
T1
L1
Fuse
30A
T1
A1
1
3R
230V 380V 415V 460V
TRANSFORMER
Yung-Jeng
A009-0383
R
SB1024/26
Electrical
Box, See
Figure 71
L3
Fuse 5A
0V
L1
Fuse 2A
R
Fuse 5A
T
T2
V
6 T3
W
A2
T
T
3
A1
9
T1
20
L2 5
L3 21
NC
1
L1
CONTACTOR
Allen Bradley
C16 01
22 NC
2 T1
10
U
4
T2
V
A2
3
L2 5
L3
7
L4
RELAY
OMRON
MY2J
24VAC
CONTACTOR
Allen Bradley
C09 400
6 T3
22 NC
W
8
2 T1
21
4
T2
6 T3
W
U
V
8 T4
4
22
T1
4
T1
21
22
35
T1
2
3
4
8
10
21
22
35
T1
L3
U
V
W
L1
10
L3
8
V
4
W
3
U
2
1
L1
1
U
V
W
L1
L3
22
1
2
3
4
8
2
21
10 21 21
22 35 T1 T1
22
3
4
22
8
10
21
T1
L1
T1
Ground
L3
To Page 66
35
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ELECTRICAL
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Components
Work Lamp
See Figure 69
Motor
See Figure 70
Ground
U
V
W
Ground
G
Hot
220
VAC
Hot
6-20 Plug
(As Recommended)
Control Panel (Viewed From Behind)
See Figure 71
T1
Power
Indicator
Spindle
Start
4
X1
X1
X2
X2
1
4
4
3
4
Spindle
Direction
4
4
3
1
T1 T1
Emergency
Stop
1
Spindle
Stop
3 3
3
4
3
4
8
10
T1
1
1
10
2
2
4
8
2
To Page 65
2
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2
3
1
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ELECTRICAL
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Component
Pictures
Figure 70. Motor junction box.
Figure 68. Electrical box.
Figure 71. Control panel.
Figure 69. Work lamp.
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ELECTRICAL
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1025 Electrical Box
Electrical
Box, See
Figure 72
R
L3
3R
3R 3R
Fuse 5A
0V
L2
Fuse 2A
L1
Fuse 5A
T
35
1
20
R
230V 380V 415V 460V
TRANSFORMER
Yung-Jeng
A009-0383
110V
24V
1R
3R
12V
0V
R R
S
T1
T1
A1
3
A1
4
T
L2 5
L3
Fuse
30A
7
1
T
A2
T1
20
L4
T
T1 T1
2
A2
S
R
L1
Fuse
30A
E
44
1
Fuse
30A
L1
3
L2 5
L3
7
U1
L4
V1
W1 U2
W1
V2 W2
V1
U2
W1
V2
3
4
W1 U2
W
L1
L2
L3
V2
W2
V1
U2
U1
V2 W2
T4
22
21
22
35
21 21 22 22 35
T1
U
V
L3
2
8
L2
4
1
T3
L1
4
T2 6
V1
3
21
4
W1
2
T1
W
1
3
3
2
W
2
U1
T4
V
8
1
V
T3
W2
U
T2 6
35
U
4
22
T1
21
2
CONTACTOR
Allen Bradley
C09 400
T1
CONTACTOR
Allen Bradley
C09 400
T1 T1
U
V
W
L1
L2
L3
22
U2 V2
W2 V1
W1 U1
21
22
1
21
2
T1
Ground
35
T1
L1 L3
L2
-68-
To Page 69
3
4
ELECTRICAL
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1025 Electrical Components
Work Lamp
See Figure 73
Motor
See Figure 74
U2
U1
U2
U1
V2
V1
V2
V1
W2
W1
W2
W1
Ground
Ground
G
Hot
220
VAC
Hot
6-20 Plug
(As Recommended)
Power
Indicator
Spindle
Start
4
T1
Control Panel (Viewed From Behind)
See Figure 75
Spindle Direction/Speed Switch
(Both Sides Shown)
4
1
U
2
5
12
9
16
13
20
17
24
21
V
6
4
1
2
X1 3
X2 4
8
V2
1
T1
T1 3
To Page 68.
Spindle
Emergency
1
1
Stop
Stop
GND
3
V1
3
2
1
1
2
2 2
2
U2
U1
W
3
7
10
11
14
15
18
19
22
23
W1
W2
U
V
U2
U1
W
V1
V2
4
3
T1
1
2
-69-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
ELECTRICAL
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1025 Electrical Component Pictures
Figure 74. SB1025 Motor junction box.
Figure 72. SB1025 Electrical box.
Figure 75. SB1025 Control panel.
Figure 73. SB1025 Work lamp.
-70-
85
87
58
60
22
9
81
59
82
79
78
76 77
75
55
43
57
68
54
69
55A
38
21
61
81 80
86
83
19
62
44
74
38
56
73
67
71 70
72
66
55
54
40
73A
55
42
46
47
48
41 39
64
21
89
50
49
51
52
53
65
90
139
88
36
37
49
38
96
93
95
92
91
24
35
65
98
97
105A
94
28
33
26
34 27
32
31
30
29
103
104
105
102
100
14
9
13
115
107A
117
18
31
101
17
15
25
23
121
8
112
111
110
7
126
135
18
108
130
65
9
19
120
109
118
83 116
119
114
21
107
112
129
10
106
113
99
12
11
22
20
127A
124
125
133A
138
137
122
123
136
6
5
4
3
2
PARTS
84
18
63
45
37A
1
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Headstock
-71-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Headstock Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37A
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
PSB10240449
PSB10240002
PSB10240003
PSTB004
PSB10240005
PSS05
PSB10240007
PSB10240008
PCAP33M
PSB10240010
PSB10240011
PK155M
PSB10240013
PSB10240014
PRIV001M
PSB10240017
PSB10240018
PSB10240019
PSS11
PSB10240021
PSB10240022
PSB10240023
PSB10240024
PSB10240025
PSS01M
PK102M
PSB10240028
PSB10240029
PSB10240030
PR06M
PSB10240032
PSB10240033
PSB10240034
PK53M
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PSS26M
PCAP04M
PW03M
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PK103M
PSB10240037A
PCAP30
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PK03M
ROUND KNOB 3/8-16
PINION SHAFT LEVER
PINION SHAFT HUB
STEEL BALL 3/16
COMPRESSION SPRING
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 1/4
HUB RETAINER
PINION SHAFT HUB SLEEVE
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 12
RETURN SPRING COVER
FLAT COIL SPRING
KEY 3 X 3 X 18
RETURN SPRING STUD
QUILL PINION SHAFT 10T/16T
FLUTED RIVET 2 X 5MM STEEL
ZERO SCALE
ROUND KNOB 1/4-20
SHIFT CRANK
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/4
COMPRESSION SPRING 9 X 1 X 24MM
GEAR SHIFT PLUNGER
SHIFT SLEEVE
WORM GEAR CRADLE THROW-OUT
WORM SHAFT
SET SCREW M6-1 X 10
KEY 4 X 4 X 18
WORM GEAR
CLUSTER GEAR RETAINER
FEED CLUSTER GEAR 17T/28T/22T
EXT RETAINING RING 16MM
BEVEL GEAR BUSHING
BEVEL GEAR THRUST SPACER
FEED REVERSE BEVEL PINION
KEY 3 X 3 X 45
FEED ENGAGE PIN
WORM GEAR CRADLE ASSEMBLY
WORM GEAR CRADLE
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 10
FLAT WASHER 6MM
WORM GEAR SPACER
FEED DRIVE WORM GEAR 20T
WORM CRADLE BUSHING
KEY 3 X 3 X 12
FEED REVERSE BEVEL PINION
CAP SCREW 5/16-18 X 1/2
BEVEL GEAR FLAT WASHER 8MM
FEED BEVEL GEAR 24T
KEY 3 X 3 X 8
50
51
52
53
54
55A
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
73A
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PSB10240037A
PSB10240053
PSB10240055A
PSB10240055A
PSB10240055A
PSB10240056
PRP42M
PR03M
PSB10240059
PK39M
PK52M
PSB10240062
PSB10240063
PCAP06M
PSS01M
PSB10240066
PSB10240067
PSB10240068
PSB10240069
PSB10240070
PSB10240071
PR05M
PSB10240073A
PSB10240073A
PSB10240073A
PSB10240073A
PSS05M
PSB10240073A
PSB10240078
PSB10240079
PR01M
PSB10240081
PSB10240082
PRP03M
PSB10240084
PCAP79M
PN05
PSS06
PSB10240088
PSB10240089
PSB10240090
PSB10240091
PSB10240092
PSB10240093
PSB10240094
PN04M
PSS49M
CLUSTER GEAR SHAFT 18T/12T
FEED DRIVE CLUSTER GEAR 23T
NEEDLE BEARING BZ66Z TIMKEN
REVERSE CLUTCH ROD
FEED REVERSE BUSHING
FEED REVERSE BEVEL GEAR ASSY
FEED REVERSE BEVEL GEAR
FEED REVERSE CLUTCH
ROLL PIN 3 X 20
EXT RETAINING RING 12MM
FEED WORM SHAFT BUSHING
KEY 3 X 3 X 10
KEY 3 X 3 X 15
WORM
BUSHING
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25
SET SCREW M6-1 X 10
FEED GEAR SHIFTER FORK
CLUSTER GEAR SHIFT CRANK
FEED SHIFT ROD
CLUSTER GEAR COVER
QUILL PINION SHAFT BUSHING
OVERLOAD CLUTCH WORM GEAR 30T
EXT RETAINING RING 15MM
PINION OVERLOAD CLUTCH SHAFT
PINION OVERLOAD CLUTCH ASSY
OVERLOAD CLUTCH
COMPRESSION SPRING 40 X 46 X 3.5MM
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 10
PINION OVERLOAD CLUTCH COLLAR
CLUTCH RING
FLAT WASHER 10 X 22 X 3MM
EXT RETAINING RING 10MM
CLUTCH RING SCREW M5-.8 X 16
OVERLOAD CLUTCH TRIP LEVER
ROLL PIN 5 X 20
CLUTCH ARM COVER
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 35
HEX NUT 1/4-20
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/4
COMPRESSION SPRING 1.2 X 6.6 X 42MM
OVERLOAD CLUTCH PLUNGER
OIL CUP 1/8"
TRIP PLUNGER BUSHING
FEED TRIP PLUNGER
FEED TRIP LEVER
TRIP LEVER SCREW M6-1 X 22.5
HEX NUT M4-.7
SET SCREW M4-.7 X 16
-72-
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
PARTS
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Headstock Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105A
105
106
107A
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
PSB10240097
PSB10240098
PSB10240099
PSB10240100
PSB10240101
PSB10240102
PSB10240105A
PSB10240105A
PSB10240105A
PSB10240105A
PCAP105
PSB10240107A
PSB10240107A
PSB10240107A
PSB10240107A
PRP61M
PSB10240107A
PRP02M
PSB10240107A
PSB10240107A
PSB10240115
KNURLED KNOB SCREW M6-1 X 15
SCRIBING LEVER
REVERSE TRIP BALL LEVER SCREW
FEED REVERSE TRIP PLUNGER
REVERSE TRIP BALL LEVER
QUILL STOP KNOB
UPPER QUILL MICRO STOP
LOWER QUILL MICRO STOP
QUILL MICRO STOP ASSEMBLY
QUILL MICRO STOP SHAFT
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 5/8
STOP TRIP BAR ASSEMBLY
STOP SHAFT TRIP BAR
COMPRESSION SPRING
STOP SHAFT TRIP SHAFT
ROLL PIN 3 X 12
STOP SHAFT END CAP
ROLL PIN 3 X 16
TRIP BAR SET SCREW
STOP SHAFT PLUNGER
FEED TRIP BRACKET
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127A
129
130
133A
135
136
137
138
139
PCAP02M
PSB10240117
PSB10240118
PSTB004M
PSB10240120
PSS17M
PSB10240122
PS17M
PSB10240124
PSB10240125
PEC13M
PSB10240127A
PSB10240129
PSB10240130
PSB10240133A
PSB10240135
PSB10240136
PSB10240137
PSB10240138
PSB10240139
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20
STOP SHAFT TRIP LEVER
HANDWHEEL CLUTCH
STEEL BALL 5MM
COMPRESSION SPRING
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 6
QUILL DEPTH SCALE
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 6
FINE DOWNFEED HANDWHEEL
HANDWHEEL HANDLE
E-CLIP 5MM
KNURLED SLEEVE ASSEMBLY
QUILL LOCK NUT M18-2.5
QUILL LOCK SLEEVE
LOCK HANDLE ASSEMBLY
HEAD ROTATION LOCK BOLT 1/2-13 X 6-1/4
LOWER CLAMPING BOLT SPACER
LOCK BOLT FLAT WASHER
LOCK BOLT HEX NUT 1/2-13
QUILL HOUSING
-73-
PARTS
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Quill
Quill
Housing
217
216
218
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
205
207
206
206A
205
204
201
202
203
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
201
202
203
204
205
206A
206
207
208
209
PSB10240201
PSS03M
PSB10240203
PSB10240204
PSB10240205
PSB10240206A
PSB10240206A
PSB10240206A
PSB10240208
P6206ZZ
SPINDLE R8
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
QUILL END CAP
QUILL SEAL
ANGULAR CONTACT BEARING 7207 P4
BEARING SPACER ASSEMBLY
BEARING SPACER
BEARING SPACER
SLEEVE
BALL BEARING 6206ZZ
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
PSB10240210
PSB10240211
PSB10240212
PSS26M
PSB10240214
PW02M
PS09M
PSB10240217
PSB10240218
SPANNER LOCK WASHER
SPANNER NUT
QUILL SKIRT
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
QUILL
FLAT WASHER 5MM
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10
DRAWBAR 7/16-20 X 18-1/2
DRAWBAR WASHER
-74-
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1024 Gearbox
305
324
325
301
306
326
307A
307
303A
327
308
302
328
303
306
329
309
331
330
310
332
333
311
312
304
334
314
329
313
335
315
336
337
317
341
316
342
343
339
318
321
340
346
344
347
345
322
348
323
349
For Reference Only
-75-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024 Gearbox Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
301
302
303A
303
304
305
306
307A
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
321
322
323
324
PSB10240301
PK70M
PSB10240303A
PSB10240303A
PSB10240304
PSB10240305
P6908VV-N
PSB10240307A
PSB10240307A
PSB10240307A
PR38M
PSB10240310
PSB10240311
PSB10240303A
PSB10240313
PSB10240314
PSB10240315
PFH71M
PSB10240317
PSB10240090
PSB10240321
PLW05
PN19
PN09
GEARBOX PLATE
KEY 8 X 8 X 12
SPINDLE GEAR HUB ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE GEAR HUB
SPINDLE BULL GEAR
BEARING SLEAVE
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6908VV NSK
BEARING SPACER ASSEMBLY
BULL GEAR BEARING SPACER
BULL GEAR BEARING SPACER
INT RETAINING RING 62MM
WAVY SPRING WASHER
SPANNER LOCK WASHER
SPANNER NUT
BEARING SLEAVE WASHER
STEP PIN
COMPRESSION SPRING
FLAT HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 8
INSERT
OIL CUP 1/8"
DOUBLE END HOUSING STUD
LOCK WASHER 7/16
HEX NUT 7/16-14
HEX NUT 5/8-18
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
PSB10240325
PCAP24M
PSB10240327
PSB10240328
P6203VV-N
PSB10240330
PSS20M
PSB10240332
PK19M
PK14M
PSB10240335
PSB10240336
PCAP14M
PSB10240339
PSB10240340
PCAP33M
PRP02M
PSS26M
PSB10240344
PCAP16M
PSB10240346
PSB10240347
PSB10240348
PSB10240349
BELT PULLEY GEAR
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 16
BULL GEAR PINION BEARING CAP
WAVY SPRING WASHER
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6203VV NSK
PINION GEAR 30T
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 8
PINION GEAR SHAFT
KEY 5 X 5 X 14
KEY 5 X 5 X 18
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING 1/8 PT
GEARBOX HOUSING
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20
BULL GEAR SHIFT PINION
HI-LOW DETENT PLATE
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 12
ROLL PIN 3 X 16
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
HI-LOW PINION BLOCK
CAP SCREW M4-.7 X 16
HI-LOW DETENT PLUNGER
COMPRESSION SPRING
HI-LOW LEVER
ROUND KNOB 1/4-20
-76-
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1025/SB1026 Gearbox
301
302
303
304
303
305
306
308
307
309
323
324
310
311
312
325
313
309
314
For Reference Only
315
326
316
317
331
318
321
322
332
320
327
333
334
319
328
329
330
For Reference Only
-77-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1025/SB1026 Gearbox Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
301
302
303
304
305
306
307A
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
PN04
PFH07M
PSB10250303
PSB10250304
PCAP33M
PSB10250306
PSB10240307A
PSB10240307A
PSB10240307A
P6203VV-N
PK20M
PSB10250311
PSB10250312
PSB10250313
PSB10250314
PSB10250315
PSB10250316
PSB10250317
HEX NUT 5/8-11
FLAT HD SCR M5-.8 X 10
PULLEY FLANGE
TIMING BELT PULLEY
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 12
GEARBOX COVER
BEARING SPACER ASSEMBLY
GREASE FITTING 1/8
WAVE SPRING WASHER
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6203VV NSK
KEY 5 X 5 X 15
PINION GEAR SHAFT
PINION GEAR 26T
BACK GEAR SHIFTER FORK
STEPPED PIN
BACK GEAR SHIFT CRANK
BACK GEAR SHIFT BUSHING
SHIFT CRANK
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
PSS02M
PSB10240018
PSB10250320
PSB10250321
PSB10250322
PSB10250323
PK70M
PSB10250325
PSB10250326
P6908VV-N
PSB10250328
PSB10250329
PSB10250330
PCAP01M
PSB10250332
PLW05
PN19
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
ROUND KNOB 1/4-20
COMPRESSION SPRING
GEAR SHIFT PLUNGER
SPECIAL HARDENED HEX NUT 1/4-20
SPLINE GEAR HUB
KEY 8 X 8 X 12
SPINDLE BULL GEAR
GEARBOX HOUSING
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6908VV NSK
INT RETAINING RING
SPANNER LOCK WASHER
SPANNER NUT
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16
T-BOLT
LOCK WASHER 7/16
HEX NUT 7/16-14
-78-
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1024 Belt Housing
401
415
416
414
403A
402
418
403
420
402
417
403-1
419
467
468
470
491
480
492
481
495
471
472
477 476
479
403-2
469 427
428
473
429
474
430
475 431
478
482
432
483
484
433
487
434
493
494 485
421
488
498 497
423
406
407
409
425
426
403-3
403-4
415
408
410
403-5
407
435
411
486
496
404
422
424
405
412
413
409
489
433
490
436
437
438
439
454
453
455
456
452
451
450
440
441
442
449
448
458
457
443
444
445
446
447
432
462
449
459
461
460
463
464
465
For Reference Only
466
-79-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024 Belt Housing Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
401
402
403A
403
403-1
403-2
403-3
403-4
403-5
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
PCAP14
PLW06M
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PSB10240403A
PK28M
PSB10240405
PSS20M
PSB10240407
PSB10240408
PFH31M
PSB10240410
PSB10240411
PSB10240412
PR20M
PSS05M
PCAP02M
PSB10240416
P6007VV-N
PN08
PSB10240419
PSB10240420
PS05M
P6204VV-N
PSB10240423
PSB10240424
PW01M
PSB10240426
PCAP24M
PSB10240428
PSB10240429
PR12M
PSB10240431
P6010VV-N
PSB10240433
PSB10240434
PSB10240435
PSB10240436
PR68M
PSB10240438
PK27M
PS68M
PW03M
PSB10240442
PS11M
PSB10240444
PS12M
PSB10240446
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1
LOCK WASHER 10MM
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
MOTOR 2HP 220V 1PH
MOTOR FAN COVER
MOTOR FAN
CAPACITOR COVER
S CAPACITOR 600M 125V 2 X 3-1/2
MOTOR JUNCTION BOX
KEY 7 X 7 X 30
UPPER MOTOR PULLEY PLATE
SET SCREW M8-1.25 X 8
MOTOR PULLEY PLASTIC RING
LOWER MOTOR PULLEY PLATE
FLAT HD SCR M4-.7 X 8
MOTOR PULLEY ALIGNMENT KEY
MOTOR SHAFT COMPRESSION SPRING
SPRING SEAT
INT RETAINING RING 28MM
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 10
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20
TOP BEARING COVER
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6007VV NSK
HEX NUT 3/8-16
BELT HOUSING
REAR VENT COVER
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6204VV NSK
MOTOR PULLEY COVER
SPEED CHANGE PLATE PIVOT STUD
FLAT WASHER 8MM
COTTER PIN 1/8
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 16
PIVOT SLEET
SPEED CHANGE PLATE
EXT RETAINING RING 35MM
SLIDE HOUSING
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6010VV NSK
SPINDLE PULLEY PLASTIC RING
SPINDLE PULLEY ALIGNMENT KEY
UPPER SPINDLE PULLEY PLATE
RIBBED DRIVE BELT 38-12-890
EXT RETAINING RING 40MM
LOWER SPINDLE PULLEY PLATE
KEY 7 X 7 X 25
PHLP HD SCR M6-1 X 10
FLAT WASHER 6MM
BRAKE BEARING CAP
PHLP HD SCR M6-1 X 16
BRAKE SHOE PIVOT SLEEVE
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 6
BRAKE SHOE SPRING
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
PSB10240447
PR47M
PSS03M
PSB10240450
PSB10240451
PEC02M
PSB10240453
PSS26M
PSB10240455
PSB10240456
PSB10240449
PSB10240458
PSB10240459
PR36M
PSB10240461
PCAP01M
PSB10240463
PSB10240464
PSB10240465
PSB10240466
SB1319
PS05M
PRP56M
PSB10240470
PSB10240471
PSS45M
PSB10240473
PSB10240474
PN04M
PRP16M
PSB10240477
PRP03M
PSB10240479
PSB10240480
PRP35M
PRP61M
PSB10240483
PSB10240484
PSB10240485
PSB10240486
PSS02M
PSB10240488
PSB10240489
PSB10240490
PSB10240491
PCAP48M
PSS11M
PSB10240494
PSB10240495
PN02
PSB10240497
PS79M
BRAKE SHOE SET
EXT RETAINING RING 13MM
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
BRAKE SHAFT SLEEVE
BRAKE SHAFT
E-CLIP 4MM
BRAKE LEVER BRACKET
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
GROOVED PIN
BRAKE LEVER
ROUND KNOB 3/8-16
BRAKE OPERATING FINGER
BRAKE FINGER PIVOT STUD
EXT RETAINING RING 7MM
BRAKE SEAT
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16
SPINDLE PULLEY SPACER
SPINDLE PULLEY HUB
TIMING BELT 225L-100
TIMING PULLEY CLUTCH SLEEVE
SOUTH BEND NAMEPLATE 90MM
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
ROLL PIN 4 X 25
UPPER SPEED CHANGE STUD
SPEED CHANGE STUD SLEEVE
SET SCREW M3-.5 X 6
LOWER SPEED CHANGE STUD
SPEED CHANGE CHAIN
HEX NUT M4-.7
ROLL PIN 3 X 25
SPEED CHANGE CHAIN DRUM
ROLL PIN 5 X 20
BUSHING
SPEED CHANGE WORM GEAR
ROLL PIN 5 X 10
ROLL PIN 3 X 12
WORM
BRONZE SLEEVE BEARING
BUSHING
SPEED CONTROL SHAFT
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
SPEED CHANGE HANDWHEEL
HANDWHEEL HANDLE
SPEED CHANGE WARNING PLATE
SPEED CHANGE HOUSING
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 35
SET SCREW M6-1 X 16
BRONZE SLEEVE BEARING
VARIABLE SPEED DIAL
HEX NUT 5/16-18
VARIABLE SPEED DIAL PLATE
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 8
-80-
448
447
444
427
428
426
425
423
417
416
429
424
418
404 421
422
419
404
403
412
420
413
412
434
433
431
430
414
411
410
415
402
419
418
417
416
406
408
401-3
401-2
401-1
401-5
401-4
SB1026 Only
For Reference Only
407
405
404
403
402
401
PARTS
446
445
443
442
441
440
437
439
438
437
436
435
409
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing
-81-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1025/SB1026 Belt Housing Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
401
401
401-1
401-1
401-2
401-2
401-3
401-3
401-4
401-5
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
PSB10250401
PSB10260401
PSB10250401-1
PSB10260401-1
PSB10250401-2
PSB10260401-2
PSB10250401-3
PSB10260401-3
PSB10260401-4
PSB10260401-5
PN11
PSB10250403
PSB10250407
PSB10250405
PK28M
PW01M
PCAP14M
PS79M
PSB10250410
PSB10250411
PSB10250412
PSB10250413
PN02
PSB10250415
PSB10250416
PSB10250417
PSB10250418
PSB10250419
MOTOR 2HP 220V 3PH (SB1025)
MOTOR 2HP 220V 1PH (SB1026)
MOTOR FAN COVER (SB1025)
MOTOR FAN COVER (SB1026)
MOTOR FAN (SB1025)
MOTOR FAN (SB1026)
MOTOR JUNCTION BOX (SB1025)
MOTOR JUNCTION BOX (SB1026)
CONTACTOR COVER (SB1026)
S CAPACITOR 600M 125V (SB1026)
HEX NUT 3/8-24
BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT LEVER
KNOB 5/16-18
MOTOR PULLEY
KEY 7 X 7 X 30
FLAT WASHER 8MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 8
CAM RING COVER
CAM RING
CAM RING SCREW M6-1 X 8
MOTOR MOUNTING STUD 1/2-13 X 2-3/16
HEX NUT 5/16-18
BELT HOUSING
MOTOR MOUNTING WASHER 21 X 13 X 3MM
MOTOR LOCK NUT
MOTOR LOCK LEVER
KNOB 1/4-20
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
PEC13M
PSB10250421
PSS26M
PSB10250423
PSB10250424
SB1319
PS05M
PRIV001M
PSB10250428
PSB10250429
PSB10250430
PSB10250431
PSB10250433
PS12M
PSB10250435
PSB10250436
P6207VV-N
PSB10250438
PSB10250439
PSB10250440
PSS45M
PSB10250442
PSB10250443
PVA33
PSB10250445
PK143M
PSB10250447
PSB10250448
E-CLIP 5MM
BRAKE HANDLE
SET SCREW M5-.8 X 6
GROOVED PIN
BRAKE HANDLE PIVOT RING
SOUTH BEND NAMEPLATE 90MM
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
FLUTED RIVET 2 X 5MM STEEL
SPINDLE SPEED PLATE
BRAKE STUD
BRAKE RING SCREW
BRAKE SHOE SET
COMPRESSION SPRING
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 6
INNER BEARING RETAINING RING
OUTER BEARING RETAINING RING
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6207VV NSK
BEARING SPACER
BEARING SPACER
COMPRESSION SPRING
SET SCREW M3-.5 X 6
BEARING SEAT
SPINDLE PULLEY
V-BELT A33
SPINDLE PULLEY SPLINE
KEY 6 X 6 X 25
TIMING BELT 225L-100
TIMING PULLEY CLUTCH SLEEVE
-82-
501
502
503
504
505
506
511
510
516
513
504
515
514
517
520
516
518
515
514
522
504
515
523
524
535
534
528
533
530A
526
527
525
PARTS
For Reference Only
512
510
509
508
504
507
519
521
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Ram
-83-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Ram Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
PCAP31M
PRP90M
PSB10240503
PRIV001M
PSB10240505
PSB10240506
PSB10240507
PSB10240508
PSB10240509
PSS02M
PK36M
PSB10240512
PSB10240513
PSB10240514
PW10M
PR19M
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 25
ROLL PIN 8 X 30
GEAR 33T
FLUTED RIVET 2 X 5MM STEEL
HEAD ROTATION SCALE
RAM ADAPTER
INDICATOR PLATE
WORM THRUST WASHER
LOCK COLLAR
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
KEY 5 X 5 X 50
HEAD TILT WORM
HEAD TILT SCALE
TILT LOCK BOLT
FLAT WASHER 14MM
EXT RETAINING RING 28MM
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
530A
533
534
535
PSB10240517
PSB10240518
PSB10240519
PSB10240520
PSB10240521
PSB10240522
PSB10240523
PSB10240524
PSB10240525
PSB10240526
PN08
PSB10240528
PSB10240530A
PSB10240533
PSB10240534
PSB10240535
TILT PIVOT STUD
TILT LOCK BOLT BUSHING
HEAD TILT WORM SHAFT
LIFTING EYE BOLT 3/4-10
RAM
RAM GIB
TURRET CLAMP BOLT
RAM PINION SCREW
TURRET
RAM GIB ADJUSTMENT SCREW
HEX NUT 3/8-16
RAM LOCK PLUNGER
LOCK LEVER ASSEMBLY
RAM PINION
RAM ROTATION SCALE
TURRET BRACKET
-84-
608
635
636
637
638
641
640
642
643
644
634
664*
633
630
631
632
608
620
608
629
605
628
622
626*
618
617
608
624
605
625
615
616
613A
610
607
609
623
621
619
628 619A
627*
607
665
667
601
606
605
604
603
602
PARTS
639
651
603
653
663
652
659
643 650
605 602
648
655 649
647
646
654
657
628
662
651A
658
660
661
656*
608
608
645
607
608
655
665
666
626A*
Available only as a set
668
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Column, Knee, & Saddle
-85-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Column, Knee, & Saddle Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
613A
615
616
617
618
619A
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626A
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
PSB10240601
PRIV001M
PSB10240603
PSB10240604
PS09M
PSB10240606
PS40M
PW02M
PCAP11M
PLW04M
PSB10240613A
PSB10240615
PSB10240616
P51305
PK20M
PSB10240619A
PSB10240619A
PCAP02M
PSB10240619A
PZERK005
PSB10240623
PCAP19
PSB10240625
PSB10240626A
PSB10240626A
PSB10240626A
PSB10240628
PSB10240629
PN01
PSB10240631
PSB10240632
P6205ZZ
PSB10240634
PSB10240635
COLUMN
FLUTED RIVET 2 X 5MM STEEL
INDICATOR PLATE
REAR COLUMN COVER
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 10
PIPE PLUG 1/2 PT
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 16
FLAT WASHER 5MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 16
LOCK WASHER 8MM
KNEE LOCK LEVER ASSEMBLY
UPPER KNEE LOCK PLUNGER
LOWER KNEE LOCK PLUNGER
THRUST BEARING 51305
KEY 5 X 5 X 15
VERTCAL LEADSCREW W/NUT ASSY
VERTICAL LEADSCREW INCH
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20
VERTICAL LEADSCREW BEVEL NUT INCH
GREASE FITTING ST 1/8 PT
VERTICAL LEADSCREW HOUSING
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
COOLANT SCREEN
KNEE/SADDLE WIPER ASSEMBLY
RIGHT KNEE WIPER
LEFT KNEE WIPER
GIB SCREW
KNEE GIB
HEX NUT 1/2-20
BEVEL GEAR FLAT WASHER 1/2
BEVEL GEAR
BALL BEARING 6205ZZ
KNEE
CRANK HANDLE
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651A
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
PSB10240636
PSB10240637
PSB10240638
PSB10240639
PSB10240640
PCAP01M
PSB10240642
P6204ZZ
PSB10240644
PK47M
PSB10240646
PK48M
PSS02M
PSB10240649
PSS03M
PSB10240651A
PSB10240651A
PSB10240651A
PSB10240651A
PSB10240654
PN06M
PSB10240626A
PSB10240657
PSB10240658
PSB10240659
PSB10240660
PSB10240661
PSB10240662
PSB10240663
PSB10240626A
PBHS13M
PSB10240666
PSB10240667
PSB10240668
VERTICAL CRANK
CRANK CLUTCH
FRONT DIAL RETAINER
VERTICAL DIAL INCH
REAR DIAL RETAINER
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16
BEARING RETAINER
BALL BEARING 6204ZZ
BEARING SEAT
KEY 4 X 4 X 15
VERTICAL CRANK SHAFT
KEY 4 X 4 X 20
SET SCREW M6-1 X 6
BEVEL PINION
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
CHIP GUARD SET
OUTER CHIP GUARD
MIDDLE CHIP GUARD
INNER CHIP GUARD
WAY COVER SUPPORT
HEX NUT M5-.8
FRONT SADDLE WIPER
SADDLE GIB
LEFT TABLE LOCK PLUNGER
RIGHT TABLE LOCK PLUNGER
SADDLE LOCK PLUNGER
TABLE GIB SCREW
TABLE GIB
SADDLE
REAR SADDLE WIPER
BUTTON HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 18
FRONT WAY COVER
REAR WAY COVER
HALOGEN WORK LAMP ASSY 24V
-86-
704
704A
737*
701
723
709
730
708
707
710
713
725
729
731
735‡
739*
734 733
724
723A
722
720
719
717
718
721 716 715
745
747
746
748
730
704A
706
714A‡
Available only as a set
731
713
704
703
713
709
711
702
724
701
744
708
723A
742
707
710
723
733 743
701
725
712
702
709
707
711 740
710
705
714‡
729
741
705
PARTS
702
705
706
710
732*
711
736
738‡
711
732A*
Available only as a set
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
Table
-87-
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Table Parts List
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
701
702
703
704A
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714A
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
PN01
PSB10240702
PSB10240703
PSB10240704A
PSB10240704A
PSB10240705
PSB10240704A
PCAP01M
PSB10240708
P6204ZZ
PRP05M
PCAP14
PSB10240712
PK92M
PSB10240714A
PSB10240714A
PSS01
PW07
PSB10240717
PSB10240718
PSB10240719
PSB10240720
PSB10240721
PR39M
HEX NUT 1/2-20
HANDLE
CROSS FEED BALL HANDLE
DIAL HOLDER ASSEMBLY
OUTER DIAL HOLDER
TABLE DIAL INCH
INNER DIAL HOLDER
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16
BEARING RETAINER RING
BALL BEARING 6204ZZ
ROLL PIN 5 X 30
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1
CROSS FEED BEARING BRACKET
KEY 3 X 3 X 25
CROSS FEED LEADSCREW W/NUTS ASSY
CROSS FEED LEADSCREW
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 1
FLAT WASHER 5/16
TRAVEL STOP
TRAVEL STOP SHAFT
COMPRESSION SPRING
TRAVEL STOP T-NUT
TRAVEL STOP FLAT WASHER 8MM
EXT RETAINING RING 8MM
723A
723
724
725
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
PSB10240723A
PSB10240723A
PSS08M
PSB10240723A
PSB10240729
PSB10240730
PSB10240606
PSB10240732
PCAP06M
PW03M
PSB10240714A
PSB10240736
PSB10240737
PSB10240714A
PSB10240739
PSB10240740
PSB10240741
PSB10240742
PSB10240743
PSB10240744
PSB10240745
PSB10240746
PW02
PCAP100
LONGITUDINAL BALL HANDLE ASSY
LONGITUDINAL BALL HANDLE
SET SCREW M4-.7 X 5
TABLE BALL HANDLE CLUTCH ASSY
TABLE BEARING BRACKET
RUBBER TABLE T-SLOT PLUG
PIPE PLUG 1/2 PT
LONGITUDINAL LEADSCREW INCH
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 25
FLAT WASHER 6MM
FRONT CROSS LEADSCREW NUT
LEADSCREW NUT BRACKET
LEFT LONGITUDINAL LEADSCREW NUT
REAR CROSS FEED LEADSCREW NUT
RIGHT LONGITUDINAL LEADSCREW NUT
BEARING RETAINING RING
POWER FEED ASSEMBLY
BEVEL GEAR BUSHING
POWER FEED BEVEL GEAR
BEVEL GEAR NUT
TABLE 9 X 42"
LONGITUDINAL LIMIT SWITCH ASSEMBLY
FLAT WASHER 3/8
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1/2
-88-
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
One-Shot Oiler
807
801
802
801
808
803
K
806
K
804
805
Oil distributor
B
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
C
801
F
E
D
A
H
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
801
802
803
804
PSB10240801
PSB10240802
PSB10240803
PCAP02M
ELBOW JOINT M4 X 1/8 PT
T-JOINT
ONE SHOT OILER ASSEMBLY
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 20
805
806
807
808
PCAP01M
PSB10240806
PCAP38M
PSB10240808
CAP SCREW M6-1 X 16
FLEXIBLE STEEL TUBE 4 X 500MM
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 25
OIL DISTRIBUTOR 8-PORT
-89-
PARTS
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1026 Electrical Box
& Control Panel
Electrical Box
901
902
904
903
905
905
917
906
Control Panel
907
912
913
914
919
915
916
918
911
908
910
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
910
PSB10240901
PSB10240902
PSB10240903
PSB10240904
PSB10240905
PSB10240906
PSB10240907
PSB10240908
PSB10240910
TRANSFORMER 24-440V YJ A009-0383
FUSE HOLDER 30A
FUSE 30A
FUSE HOLDER 2-5A
FUSE 5A
FUSE 2A
CONTACTOR AB C09-400 220V
TERMINAL BAR 6-POST
POWER RECEPTACLE 100V
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
PSB10240911
PSB10240912
PSB10240913
PSB10240914
PSB10240915
PSB10240916
PSB10240917
PSB10240918
PSB10240919
CONTROL PANEL
POWER INDICATOR ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE START BUTTON ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE DIRECTION SWITCH ASSEMBLY
EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE STOP BUTTON ASSEMBLY
CONTACTOR AB C16-01 220V
TERMINAL BAR 12-POST
RELAY OMERON MY2J 24V
-90-
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1025 Electrical Box & Control Panel
Electrical Box
902
901
904
905
903
907
905 906
Control Panel
913
912
916
915
908
914
909
911
910
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
PSB10240901
PSB10240902
PSB10240903
PSB10240904
PSB10240905
PSB10240906
PSB10240907
PSB10240908
TRANSFORMER 24-440V YJ A009-0383
FUSE HOLDER 30A
FUSE 30A
FUSE HOLDER 2-5A
FUSE 5A
FUSE 2A
CONTACTOR AB C09-400 220V
TERMINAL BAR 6-POST
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
PSB10250909
PSB10240910
PSB10250911
PSB10240912
PSB10240913
PSB10250914
PSB10240915
PSB10240916
TERMINAL BAR 17-POST
POWER RECEPTACLE 100V
CONTROL PANEL
POWER INDICATOR ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE START BUTTON ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE DIRECTION SWITCH ASSEMBLY
EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE STOP BUTTON ASSEMBLY
-91-
PARTS
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
Accessories
1002
1001
1003
1004
1007
1005
1006
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
1001
1002
1003
1004
PWR1921C
PWR1214
PAW1510M
PSB10241004
CLOSED END WRENCH 19/21MM
WRENCH 12/14MM
HEX WRENCH SET 10PC 1.5-10 MM
TOOL BOX
1005 PSDF2
1006 PSDP2
1007 PSB10241007
-92-
PART #
DESCRIPTION
FLAT SCREWDRIVER #2
PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER #2
OIL BOTTLE
PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1024 Head Machine Labels
1101
1102
1103
1106
1104
1105
REF
PART #
1101
1102
1103
PSB10241101
MACHINE ID LABEL
PSBLABEL07VL EYE INJURY HAZARD LABEL
PSBLABEL01VL READ MANUAL LABEL
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1104
1105
1106
PSB10241104
PSB10241105
PSB10241106
SPEED RANGE LABEL
DOWNFEED WARNING LABEL
VARIABLE SPINDLE SPEED LABEL
The safety labels provided with your machine are used to make the operator aware of the
machine hazards and ways to prevent injury. The owner of this machine MUST maintain the
original location and readability of these safety labels. If any label is removed or becomes
unreadable, REPLACE that label before using the machine again. Contact South Bend Lathe Co. at
(360) 734-1540 or www.southbendlathe.com to order new labels.
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PARTS
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024 Main Machine Labels
1108
1109
1107
1110
1111
1124
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1120
1117
1123
1122
1125
1121
1126
1118
1119
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1107
1108
1109
1110
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
PSBLABEL08VL
SB1319
PSB10241109
PSB10241110
PSB10241111
PSB10241112
PSB10241113
PSB10241114
PSB10241115
PSB10241116
ENTANGLEMENT HAZARD LABEL
SOUTH BEND NAMEPLATE 90MM
SPINDLE SPEED DISPLAY LABEL
HEAD LUBRICATION LABEL
MODEL NUMBER LABEL
POWER FEED WARNING LABEL
POWER FEED RAPID FEED LABEL
POWER FEED CONTROL LABEL
POWER FEED NOTICE LABEL
110V 1PH LABEL
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
PSB10241117
PSB10241118
PSB10241119
PSB10241120
PSB10241121
PSBLABEL02VL
PSB10241123
PSBPAINT01
PSBPAINT02
PSBPAINT03
220V 1PH LABEL
110V 1PH 5.5A LABEL
PLUG RECEPTACLE FIRE HAZARD LABEL
ELECTRICAL BOX WARNING LABEL
CONTROL PANEL LABEL
DISCONNECT POWER LABEL
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL NOTICE LABEL
SB GRAY TOUCH-UP PAINT
SB LIGHT BLUE TOUCH-UP PAINT
SB DARK BLUE TOUCH-UP PAINT
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PARTS
For Machines Mfg. Since 8/09
SB1024/SB1025/SB1026
SB1025/SB1026 Machine Labels
1108
1111
1127
1105
1107
1101
1113
1128
1115
1102
1120
1112
1123
1114
1124
1122
1103
1126
1121
1125
1118
1119
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1101
1101
1102
1103
1105
1107
1108
1111
1111
1112
1113
1114
PSB10251101
PSB10261101
PSBLABEL07VL
PSBLABEL01VL
PSB10241105
PSBLABEL08VL
SB1319
PSB10251111
PSB10261111
PSB10241112
PSB10241113
PSB10241114
MACHINE ID LABEL (SB1025)
MACHINE ID LABEL (SB1026)
EYE INJURY HAZARD LABEL
READ MANUAL LABEL
DOWNFEED WARNING LABEL
ENTANGLEMENT HAZARD LABEL
SOUTH BEND NAMEPLATE 90MM
MODEL NUMBER LABEL (SB1025)
MODEL NUMBER LABEL (SB1026)
POWER FEED WARNING LABEL
POWER FEED RAPID FEED LABEL
POWER FEED CONTROL LABEL
1115
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1128
PSB10241115
PSB10241118
PSB10241119
PSB10241120
PSB10241121
PSBLABEL02VL
PSB10241123
PSBPAINT01
PSBPAINT02
PSBPAINT03
PSB10251127
PSB10251128
POWER FEED NOTICE LABEL
110V 1PH 5.5A LABEL
PLUG RECEPTACLE FIRE HAZARD LABEL
ELECTRICAL BOX WARNING LABEL
CONTROL PANEL LABEL
DISCONNECT POWER LABEL
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL NOTICE LABEL
SB GRAY TOUCH-UP PAINT
SB LIGHT BLUE TOUCH-UP PAINT
SB DARK BLUE TOUCH-UP PAINT
SPINDLE SPEED CHART LABEL
220V 3PH LABEL
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WAR R ANT Y
This quality product is warranted by South Bend Lathe Company to the original buyer for one year
from the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to consumable parts, or defects due to any
kind of misuse, abuse, negligence, accidents, repairs, alterations or lack of maintenance. We do not
reimburse for third party repairs. In no event shall we be liable for death, injuries to persons or
property, or for incidental, contingent, special or consequential damages arising from the use of our
products.
We do not warrant or represent that this machine complies with the provisions of any law, act, code,
regulation, or standard of any domestic or foreign government, industry, or authority. In no event
shall South Bend’s liability under this warranty exceed the original purchase price paid for this
machine. Any legal actions brought against South Bend Lathe Company shall be tried in the State of
Washington, County of Whatcom.
This is the sole written warranty for this machine. Any and all warranties that may be implied by
law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any purpose, are hereby limited to the duration of
this warranty. To take advantage of this warranty, contact us by mail or phone to give us the details
of the problem you are having.
Thank you for your business and continued support.
South Bend Lathe Co.
P.O. Box 2027
Bellingham, WA 98227
PHONE: (360) 734-1540 (Administrative Offices)
FAX: (360) 676-1075 (International)
FAX: (360) 734-1639 (USA only)
southbendlathe.com
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