Grizzly W1857 Dovetail Jointer Owner Manual

Grizzly W1857 Dovetail Jointer Owner Manual
MODEL W1857/W1858
8" DOVETAIL JOINTER
W/MOBILE BASE
175370
OWNER'S MANUAL
(FOR MODELS MANUFACTURED SINCE 02/19)
Phone: (360) 734-3482 • Online Technical Support: techsupport@woodstockint.com
COPYRIGHT © NOVEMBER, 2018 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. REVISED JANUARY, 2019 (ES)
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This manual provides critical safety instructions on the proper setup,
operation, maintenance, and service of this machine/tool. Save this
document, refer to it often, and use it to instruct other operators.
Failure to read, understand and follow the instructions in this manual
may result in fire or serious personal injury—including amputation,
electrocution, or death.
The owner of this machine/tool is solely responsible for its safe use.
This responsibility includes but is not limited to proper installation in
a safe environment, personnel training and usage authorization,
proper inspection and maintenance, manual availability and comprehension, application of safety devices, cutting/sanding/grinding tool
integrity, and the usage of personal protective equipment.
The manufacturer will not be held liable for injury or property
damage from negligence, improper training, machine modifications or
misuse.
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and
other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Some examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints.
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products.
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you
do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals:
Work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter
out microscopic particles.
ELECTRICAL........................................ 13
Circuit Requirements........................... 13
Grounding Requirements....................... 14
Extension Cords................................. 14
PARTS............................................... 62
Fence & Cutterhead............................ 62
Tables, Base, Stand & Motor.................. 63
Labels & Cosmetics............................. 66
WARRANTY......................................... 69
OPERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
OPERATIONS....................................... 27
General........................................... 27
Stock Inspection................................. 28
Squaring Stock................................... 29
Surface Planing.................................. 30
Edge Jointing.................................... 31
Bevel Cutting.................................... 32
Rabbet Cutting.................................. 33
Setting Depth of Cut............................ 35
SERVICE............................................. 41
General........................................... 41
Setting/Replacing Knives (W1857)............ 41
Rotating/Replacing Spiral Cutterhead
Inserts (W1858).................................. 45
Adjusting Gibs................................... 47
Checking/Adjusting Table Parallelism....... 48
Setting Outfeed Table Height................. 50
Setting Fence Stops............................. 51
Calibrating Depth-of-Cut Scale............... 54
Tensioning/Replacing Belt..................... 55
Checking/Aligning Pulleys..................... 56
Checking/Adjusting Cutterhead Guard...... 57
Troubleshooting.................................. 58
Electrical Safety Instructions.................. 60
Wiring Diagram.................................. 61
SETUP
SETUP............................................... 15
Unpacking........................................ 15
Items Needed for Setup........................ 15
Inventory......................................... 16
Cleaning Machine................................ 17
Machine Placement............................. 18
Assembly.......................................... 19
Knife-Setting Jig (W1857)...................... 23
Dust Collection.................................. 24
Test Run........................................... 25
Tensioning Belt.................................. 25
Disabling & Locking Switch.................... 26
MAINTENANCE..................................... 39
General........................................... 39
Cleaning & Protecting.......................... 39
Lubrication....................................... 40
ELECTRICAL
SAFETY.............................................. 10
Standard Machinery Safety Instructions..... 10
Additional Safety for Jointers................. 12
ACCESSORIES....................................... 37
Jointer Accessories.............................. 37
SAFETY
INTRODUCTION......................................2
Machine Differences.............................. 2
Woodstock Technical Support................... 2
Machine Specifications (W1857)................ 3
Machine Specifications (W1858)................ 5
Identification...................................... 7
Controls & Components.......................... 8
INTRODUCTION
Contents
SERVICE
PARTS
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INTRODUCTION
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
INTRODUCTION
Machine Differences
Models W1857 and W1858 are 3 HP, 8" x 72" jointers with the following differences:
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Model W1857 has a 4-knife cutterhead with high-speed steel knives.
Model W1858 has a spiral cutterhead with 4 spirals and 36 indexable carbide inserts.
Woodstock Technical Support
This machine has been specially designed to provide many years of trouble-free service. Close attention
to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction. Our intent with this manual is to
include the basic information for safety, setup, operation, maintenance, and service of this product.
We stand behind our machines! In the event that questions arise about your machine, please contact
Woodstock International Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.
biz. Our knowledgeable staff will help you troubleshoot problems and process warranty claims.
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If you have comments about this manual, please contact us at:
Woodstock International, Inc.
Attn: Technical Documentation Manager
P.O. Box 2309
Bellingham, WA 98227
Email: manuals@woodstockint.com
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
MODEL W1857
8" DOVETAIL JOINTER WITH MOBILE BASE
Product Dimensions
Weight.......................................................................................................... 335 lbs.
Width (side‐to‐side) x Depth (front‐to‐back) x Height.............................. 72‐1/2 x 25‐1/2 x 42 in.
Footprint (Length x Width)......................................................................... 23‐1/2 x 17 in.
Shipping Dimensions
Carton #1
Type................................................................................................ Wood Crate
Content................................................................................................. Machine
Weight................................................................................................... 373 lbs.
Length x Width x Height..................................................................... 74 x 25 x 15 in.
Must Ship Upright........................................................................................... Yes
Carton #2
Type............................................................................................. Cardboard Box
Content.................................................................................................... Stand
Weight................................................................................................... 115 lbs.
Length x Width x Height..................................................................... 26 x 18 x 27 in.
Must Ship Upright........................................................................................... Yes
Electrical
Power Requirement.................................................................... 230V, Single‐Phase, 60 Hz
Motor Size......................................................................................................... 3 HP
Full‐Load Current Rating......................................................................................... 12A
Minimum Circuit Size............................................................................................. 20A
Connection Type......................................................................................... Cord & Plug
Power Cord Included.............................................................................................. Yes
Power Cord Length............................................................................................... 6 ft.
Power Cord Gauge............................................................................................ 14 AWG
Plug Included....................................................................................................... Yes
Included Plug Type............................................................................................... 6‐20
Switch Type................................................... Push Button Magnetic w/Large Shut‐Off Paddle
Motors
Main
Horsepower................................................................................................. 3 HP
Phase.............................................................................................. Single‐Phase
Amps.......................................................................................................... 12A
Speed.................................................................................................. 3450 RPM
Type......................................................................... TEFC Capacitor‐Start Induction
Power Transfer ..................................................................................... Belt Drive
Bearings................................................................. Sealed & Permanently Lubricated
Centrifugal Switch/Contacts Type................................................................. External
Model W1857 Machine Specifications, Page 1 of 3
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INTRODUCTION
Machine Specifications (W1857)
INTRODUCTION
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Main Specifications
Main Specifications
Jointer Size................................................................................................. 8 in.
Bevel Jointing................................................................................. 0 – 45 deg. L/R
Maximum Width of Cut................................................................................... 8 in.
Maximum Depth of Cut................................................................................ 1/8 in.
Minimum Workpiece Length............................................................................ 10 in.
Minimum Workpiece Thickness....................................................................... 1/2 in.
Maximum Rabbeting Depth............................................................................ 1/2 in.
Number of Cuts Per Minute............................................................................ 22,000
Fence Information
Fence
Fence
Fence
Fence
Length............................................................................................. 38 in.
Width........................................................................................... 1‐1/4 in.
Height.......................................................................................... 4‐5/8 in.
Stops.................................................................................. 45, 90, 135 deg.
Cutterhead Information
Cutterhead Type........................................................................................ 4 Knife
Cutterhead Diameter............................................................................... 3‐1/16 in.
Cutterhead Speed................................................................................... 5500 RPM
Knife Information
Number of Knives.............................................................................................. 4
Knife Type................................................................................... HSS, Single‐Sided
Knife Length................................................................................................ 8 in.
Knife Width.............................................................................................. 3/4 in.
Knife Thickness......................................................................................... 1/8 in.
Knife Adjustment.................................................................... Jack Screws or Springs
Table Information
Table Length.............................................................................................. 72 in.
Table Width................................................................................................ 9 in.
Table Thickness....................................................................................... 1‐3/4 in.
Floor to Table Height.................................................................................... 32 in.
Table Adjustment Type.......................................................................... Handwheels
Table Movement Type...................................................................... Dovetailed Ways
Construction
Body Assembly........................................................................................ Cast Iron
Cabinet............................................................................................. Sheet Metal
Fence Assembly................................................................. Precision‐Ground Cast Iron
Guard...................................................................................... Die‐Cast Aluminum
Table............................................................................. Precision‐Ground Cast Iron
Paint Type/Finish............................................................................. Powder Coated
Other Information
Number of Dust Ports......................................................................................... 1
Dust Port Size.............................................................................................. 4 in.
Mobile Base............................................................................................. Built‐In
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
MODEL W1858
8" DOVETAIL JOINTER WITH SPIRAL CUTTERHEAD & MOBILE BASE
Product Dimensions
Weight.......................................................................................................... 335 lbs.
Width (side‐to‐side) x Depth (front‐to‐back) x Height.............................. 72‐1/2 x 25‐1/2 x 42 in.
Footprint (Length x Width)......................................................................... 23‐1/2 x 17 in.
Shipping Dimensions
Carton #1
Type................................................................................................ Wood Crate
Content................................................................................................. Machine
Weight................................................................................................... 373 lbs.
Length x Width x Height..................................................................... 74 x 25 x 15 in.
Must Ship Upright........................................................................................... Yes
Carton #2
Type............................................................................................. Cardboard Box
Content.................................................................................................... Stand
Weight................................................................................................... 115 lbs.
Length x Width x Height..................................................................... 26 x 18 x 27 in.
Must Ship Upright........................................................................................... Yes
Electrical
Power Requirement.................................................................... 230V, Single‐Phase, 60 Hz
Motor Size......................................................................................................... 3 HP
Full‐Load Current Rating......................................................................................... 12A
Minimum Circuit Size............................................................................................. 20A
Connection Type......................................................................................... Cord & Plug
Power Cord Included.............................................................................................. Yes
Power Cord Length............................................................................................... 6 ft.
Power Cord Gauge............................................................................................ 14 AWG
Plug Included....................................................................................................... Yes
Included Plug Type............................................................................................... 6‐20
Switch Type................................................... Push Button Magnetic w/Large Shut‐Off Paddle
Motors
Main
Horsepower................................................................................................. 3 HP
Phase.............................................................................................. Single‐Phase
Amps.......................................................................................................... 12A
Speed.................................................................................................. 3450 RPM
Type......................................................................... TEFC Capacitor‐Start Induction
Power Transfer ..................................................................................... Belt Drive
Bearings................................................................. Sealed & Permanently Lubricated
Centrifugal Switch/Contacts Type................................................................. External
Model W1858 Machine Specifications, Page 1 of 3
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INTRODUCTION
Machine Specifications (W1858)
INTRODUCTION
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Main Specifications
Main Specifications
Jointer Size................................................................................................. 8 in.
Bevel Jointing................................................................................. 0 – 45 deg. L/R
Maximum Width of Cut................................................................................... 8 in.
Maximum Depth of Cut................................................................................ 1/8 in.
Minimum Workpiece Length............................................................................ 10 in.
Minimum Workpiece Thickness....................................................................... 1/2 in.
Maximum Rabbeting Depth............................................................................ 1/2 in.
Number of Cuts Per Minute............................................................................ 22,000
Fence Information
Fence
Fence
Fence
Fence
Length............................................................................................. 38 in.
Width........................................................................................... 1‐1/4 in.
Height.......................................................................................... 4‐5/8 in.
Stops.................................................................................. 45, 90, 135 deg.
Cutterhead Information
Cutterhead Type......................................................................................... Spiral
Cutterhead Diameter............................................................................... 3‐1/16 in.
Number of Cutter Spirals..................................................................................... 4
Number of Indexable Cutters............................................................................... 36
Cutterhead Speed................................................................................... 5500 RPM
Cutter Insert Information
Cutter
Cutter
Cutter
Cutter
Insert
Insert
Insert
Insert
Type........................................................................ Indexable Carbide
Length.................................................................................... 15 mm
Width..................................................................................... 15 mm
Thickness............................................................................... 2.5 mm
Table Information
Table Length.............................................................................................. 72 in.
Table Width................................................................................................ 9 in.
Table Thickness....................................................................................... 1‐3/4 in.
Floor to Table Height.................................................................................... 32 in.
Table Adjustment Type.......................................................................... Handwheels
Table Movement Type...................................................................... Dovetailed Ways
Construction
Body Assembly........................................................................................ Cast Iron
Cabinet............................................................................................. Sheet Metal
Fence Assembly................................................................. Precision‐Ground Cast Iron
Guard...................................................................................... Die‐Cast Aluminum
Table............................................................................. Precision‐Ground Cast Iron
Paint Type/Finish............................................................................. Powder Coated
Other Information
Number of Dust Ports......................................................................................... 1
Dust Port Size.............................................................................................. 4 in.
Mobile Base............................................................................................. Built‐In
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Identification
Become familiar with the names and locations of the controls and features shown below to better
understand the instructions in this manual.
Fence
Outfeed
Table
Cutterhead
Guard
ON/STOP Switch
Depth-of-Cut
Scale
Infeed
Table
Outfeed Table
Adjustment
Handwheel
Infeed Table
Adjustment Handwheel
Infeed
Table Lock
Outfeed
Table Lock
Mobile Base Lock Knobs
Fence Tilt
Handle
Infeed
Depth Stop
Belt Cover
Fence Lock
Lever
Rear Access
Panel
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Fence Tilt Lock
4" Dust
Port
For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual Before Operating Jointer
Wear eye protection.
Always keep cutterhead and drive guards in place and in proper operating condition. If
removed, ALWAYS replace cutterhead guard immediately after rabbeting operations.
Never make cuts deeper than 1⁄8" per pass.
Always use hold-down or push blocks when jointing material narrower than 3" or planing
material thinner than 3".
Never perform jointing, planing, or rabbeting cuts on pieces shorter than 10" in length.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
INTRODUCTION
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Controls & Components
Refer to the Figures 1–5 and the following descriptions to
become familiar with the basic controls and components
of this machine. Understanding these items and how they
work will help you understand the rest of the manual and
stay safe when operating this machine.
A. ON Button: Push to start motor. Insert padlock
through button to disable (padlock not included).
B.
STOP Paddle: Push to stop motor.
To. reduce. your. risk. of. serious. injury.
or. damage. to. the. machine,. read. this.
entire.manual.BEFORE.using.machine.
C. Outfeed Table: Supports workpiece after it passes
over cutterhead. For optimum results, outfeed table
must be properly adjusted even with highest point of
cutterhead knives/inserts.
A
D. Fence: Supports workpiece laterally as it moves
across cutterhead; determines angle of cut when
edge or bevel jointing.
E.
Infeed Table: Supports workpiece before it reaches
cutterhead. Position of infeed table relative to
cutterhead knives/inserts determines depth of cut.
F.
Infeed Table Adjustment Handwheel: Rotate to
adjust position of infeed table (when infeed table
lock is loosened).
B
Figure 1. ON/STOP controls.
C
D
E
G. Mobile Base Lock Knobs: Tighten to secure jointer
in position; loosen to move jointer.
H. Outfeed Table Adjustment Handwheel: Rotate to
adjust position of outfeed table (when outfeed table
lock is loosened). Only used when setting outfeed
table even with cutterhead knives/inserts.
H
F
G
Figure 2. Table controls and components,
fence, and mobile base lock knobs.
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I.
J.
Outfeed Table Lock: Tighten to secure outfeed
table position; loosen for table adjustment.
I
J
K
L
Cutterhead Guard: Covers cutterhead until
workpiece pushes guard out of the way during
operation. When workpiece leaves cutterhead, guard
springs back to its starting position.
K. Infeed Table Lock: Tighten to secure infeed table
position; loosen for table adjustment.
L.
Depth-of-Cut Scale: Shows depth of cut (per pass).
M.
⁄8" Infeed Table Stop Release Knob: Pull and hold
knob out to lower infeed table more than 1⁄8". Infeed
table stop automatically sets depth of cut stop
at 1⁄8".
1
Figure 3. Table locks, cutterhead guard,
and depth-of-cut scale.
M
N. Infeed Depth Stop: Use to adjust infeed table
between finish/final cuts and shaping/heavy cuts.
Also limits movement range of infeed table.
O. Fence Tilt Handle: Use to tilt fence throughout its
range of motion from 45° inward to 45° outward
(135°). (Fence tilt lock must be loosened first.)
P.
90° Stop Block: Swivels to engage with 90° stop
bolt. When engaged, stops fence at 90°. When
disengaged, allows bevel cuts greater than 90°.
Q. 45° Inward Fence Stop: Stops fence at 45° inward.
N
Figure 4. Infeed table stops.
P
O
Q
R
S
M
R. 90° Fence Stop: Stops fence at 90°.
S.
45° Outward Fence Stop: Stops fence at 45°
outward (135°).
T
T. Fence Tilt Lock: Tighten to secure fence at any
position in available tilt range.
IMPORTANT: Always tighten tilt lock before starting
machine—even when fence is resting against stops.
U. Fence Lock Lever: Secures fence position.
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U
Figure 5. Fence controls and components.
INTRODUCTION
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
SAFETY
SAFETY
For.Your.Own.Safety,
Read.Manual.Before.Operating.Machine
The. purpose. of. safety. symbols. is. to. attract. your. attention. to. possible. hazardous. conditions.. This.
manual.uses.a.series.of.symbols.and.signal.words.intended.to.convey.the.level.of.importance.of.the.
safety.messages..The.progression.of.symbols.is.described.below..Remember.that.safety.messages.by.
themselves. do. not. eliminate. danger. and. are. not. a. substitute. for. proper. accident. prevention. measures—this.responsibility.is.ultimately.up.to.the.operator!
Indicates.an.imminently.hazardous.situation.which,.if.not.avoided,.
WILL.result.in.death.or.serious.injury.
Indicates.a.potentially.hazardous.situation.which,.if.not.avoided,.
COULD.result.in.death.or.serious.injury.
Indicates.a.potentially.hazardous.situation.which,.if.not.avoided,.
MAY.result.in.minor.or.moderate.injury.
NOTICE
This.symbol.is.used.to.alert.the.user.to.useful.information.about.
proper.operation.of.the.equipment.or.a.situation.that.may.cause.
damage.to.the.machinery.
Standard
Machinery Safety Instructions
Standard.Machinery.Safety.Instructions
OWNER’S.MANUAL..Read and understand this
owner’s manual BEFORE using machine.
ELECTRICAL.EQUIPMENT.INJURY.RISKS..You can
be shocked, burned, or killed by touching live
electrical components or improperly grounded
machinery. To reduce this risk, only allow an
electrician or qualified service personnel to
do electrical installation or repair work, and
always disconnect power before accessing or
exposing electrical equipment.
TRAINED.OPERATORS.ONLY..Untrained operators
have a higher risk of being hurt or killed. Only
allow trained/supervised people to use this
machine. When machine is not being used,
disconnect power, remove switch keys, or
lock-out machine to prevent unauthorized
use—especially around children. Make
workshop kid proof!
DISCONNECT.POWER.FIRST..Always disconnect
machine from power supply BEFORE making
adjustments, changing tooling, or servicing
machine. This eliminates the risk of injury
from unintended startup or contact with live
electrical components.
DANGEROUS.ENVIRONMENTS..Do not use
machinery in areas that are wet, cluttered,
or have poor lighting. Operating machinery
in these areas greatly increases the risk of
accidents and injury.
EYE.PROTECTION..Always wear ANSI-approved
safety glasses or a face shield when operating
or observing machinery to reduce the risk of
eye injury or blindness from flying particles.
Everyday eyeglasses are not approved safety
glasses.
MENTAL.ALERTNESS.REQUIRED..Full mental
alertness is required for safe operation of
machinery. Never operate under the influence
of drugs or alcohol, when tired, or when
distracted.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
FORCING.MACHINERY..Do not force machine. It
will do the job safer and better at the rate for
which it was designed.
NEVER.STAND.ON.MACHINE..Serious injury may
occur if machine is tipped or if the cutting
tool is unintentionally contacted.
HAZARDOUS.DUST..Dust created while using
machinery may cause cancer, birth defects,
or long-term respiratory damage. Be aware of
dust hazards associated with each workpiece
material, and always wear a NIOSH-approved
respirator to reduce your risk.
STABLE.MACHINE..Unexpected movement during
operation greatly increases risk of injury or
loss of control. Before starting, verify machine
is stable and mobile base (if used) is locked.
USE.RECOMMENDED.ACCESSORIES..Consult
this owner’s manual or the manufacturer for
recommended accessories. Using improper
accessories will increase risk of serious injury.
HEARING.PROTECTION..Always wear hearing
protection when operating or observing
loud machinery. Extended exposure to this
noise without hearing protection can cause
permanent hearing loss.
UNATTENDED.OPERATION..To reduce the risk
of accidental injury, turn machine OFF and
ensure all moving parts completely stop
before walking away. Never leave machine
running while unattended.
REMOVE.ADJUSTING.TOOLS..Tools left on
machinery can become dangerous projectiles
upon startup. Never leave chuck keys,
wrenches, or any other tools on machine.
Always verify removal before starting!
MAINTAIN.WITH.CARE..Follow all maintenance
instructions and lubrication schedules to
keep machine in good working condition. A
machine that is improperly maintained could
malfunction, leading to serious personal injury
or death.
INTENDED.USAGE..Only use machine for its
intended purpose—never make modifications
without prior approval from Woodstock
International. Modifying machine or using
it differently than intended will void the
warranty and may result in malfunction or
mechanical failure that leads to serious
personal injury or death!
CHECK.DAMAGED.PARTS..Regularly inspect
machine for any condition that may affect
safe operation. Immediately repair or replace
damaged or mis-adjusted parts before
operating machine.
AWKWARD.POSITIONS..Keep proper footing and
balance at all times when operating machine.
Do not overreach! Avoid awkward hand
positions that make workpiece control difficult
or increase the risk of accidental injury.
CHILDREN.&.BYSTANDERS..Keep children and
bystanders at a safe distance from the work
area. Stop using machine if they become a
distraction.
MAINTAIN.POWER.CORDS..When disconnecting
cord-connected machines from power, grab
and pull the plug—NOT the cord. Pulling the
cord may damage the wires inside, resulting
in a short. Do not handle cord/plug with wet
hands. Avoid cord damage by keeping it away
from heated surfaces, high traffic areas, harsh
chemicals, and wet/damp locations.
GUARDS.&.COVERS..Guards and covers reduce
accidental contact with moving parts or flying
debris—make sure they are properly installed,
undamaged, and working correctly.
EXPERIENCING.DIFFICULTIES..If at any time
you experience difficulties performing the
intended operation, stop using the machine!
Contact Technical Support at (360) 734-3482.
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SAFETY
WEARING.PROPER.APPAREL..Do not wear
clothing, apparel, or jewelry that can become
entangled in moving parts. Always tie back
or cover long hair. Wear non-slip footwear to
avoid accidental slips, which could cause loss
of workpiece control.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
SAFETY
Additional Safety for Jointers
Serious.cuts,.amputation,.entanglement,.or.death.can.occur.from.contact.with.rotating.cutterhead.
or.other.moving.components!.Flying.chips.from.cutting.operations.can.cause.eye.injuries.or.
blindness..Workpieces.or.inserts/knives.thrown.by.cutterhead.(kickback).can.strike.nearby.operator.
or.bystanders.with.deadly.force..To.reduce.the.risk.of.serious.personal.injury.from.these.hazards,.
operator.and.bystanders.MUST.completely.heed.the.hazards.and.warnings.below.
KICKBACK. Occurs when workpiece is ejected
from machine at high rate of speed.
Kickback injuries occur from getting struck
by workpiece or hands being pulled into
cutterhead. To reduce risk of kickback,
only use proper workpieces, safe feeding
techniques, and proper machine setup.
GRAIN.DIRECTION. Jointing against the grain or
end grain can increase the risk of kickback.
It also requires more cutting force, which
produces chatter or excessive chip out.
Always joint or surface plane with the grain.
GUARD.REMOVAL. Operating jointer without
guards exposes operator to knives/inserts
and other hazardous moving parts. Except
when rabbeting, never operate jointer or
allow it to be connected to power if any
guards are removed. Turn jointer OFF
and disconnect power before clearing
any shavings or sawdust from around
cutterhead. After rabbeting or maintenance
is complete, immediately replace all
guards and ensure they are properly
installed/adjusted before resuming regular
operations.
DULL/DAMAGED.KNIVES/INSERTS. Dull or
damaged knives/inserts increase risk of
kickback and cause poor workpiece finish.
Only use sharp, undamaged knives/inserts.
OUTFEED.TABLE.ALIGNMENT. Setting outfeed
table too high can cause workpiece to hit
table or get stuck while feeding. Setting
outfeed table too low may cause workpiece
to rock or shift while feeding. Both results
will increase risk of kickback. Always keep
outfeed table even with knives/inserts at
highest point during rotation.
INSPECTING.STOCK. Impact injuries or kickback
may result from using improper workpieces.
Thoroughly inspect and prepare workpiece
before cutting. Verify workpiece is free of
nails, staples, loose knots or other foreign
material.
MAXIMUM.CUTTING.DEPTH. To reduce risk of
kickback, never cut deeper than 1⁄8".
CUTTING.LIMITATIONS. Cutting workpieces
that do not meet minimum dimension
requirements can result in kickback or
accidental contact with cutterhead. Never
perform jointing, planing, or rabbeting cuts
on pieces smaller than specified in data sheet.
PUSH.BLOCKS. Push blocks reduce risk of
accidental cutterhead contact with hands.
Always use push blocks when planing
materials less than 3" high or wide. Never
pass your hands directly over cutterhead
without a push block.
WORKPIECE.SUPPORT. Poor workpiece support
or loss of workpiece control while feeding
will increase risk of kickback or accidental
contact with cutterhead. Support workpiece
with fence continuously during operation.
Support long stock with auxiliary table if
necessary.
FEED.WORKPIECE.PROPERLY..Kickback or
accidental cutterhead contact may result if
workpiece is fed into cutterhead the wrong
way. Allow cutterhead to reach full speed
before feeding. Never start jointer with
workpiece touching cutterhead. Always feed
workpiece from infeed side to outfeed side
without stopping until cut is complete. Never
move workpiece backwards while feeding.
SECURE.KNIVES/INSERTS. Loose knives or
improperly set inserts can be thrown from
cutterhead with dangerous force. Always
verify knives/inserts are secure and properly
adjusted before operation. Straight knives
should never project more than 1⁄8" (0.125")
from cutterhead body.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Electrical
ELECTRICAL
Circuit Requirements
This machine must be connected to the correct size and
type of power supply circuit, or fire or electrical damage
may occur. Read through this section to determine if an
adequate power supply circuit is available. If a correct
circuit is not available, a qualified electrician MUST install
one before you can connect the machine to power.
Full-Load Current Rating
The full-load current rating is the amperage a machine
draws at 100% of the rated output power. On machines
with multiple motors, this is the amperage drawn by the
largest motor or sum of all motors and electrical devices
that might operate at one time during normal operations.
Full-Load Current Rating at 230V................. 12 Amps
Circuit Requirements
This machine is prewired to operate on a power supply
circuit that has a verified ground and meets the following
requirements:
Circuit Type............. 220V/240V, 60 Hz, Single-Phase
Circuit Size............................................. 20 Amps
Plug/Receptacle.................................... NEMA 6-20
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Incorrectly. wiring. or. grounding. this.
machine.can.cause.electrocution,.fire,.
or.machine.damage..To.reduce.this.risk,.
only.an.electrician.or.qualified.service.
personnel. should. do. any. required.
electrical.work.on.this.machine.
NOTICE
The. circuit. requirements. listed. in. this.
manual. apply. to. a. dedicated. circuit—
where.only.one.machine.will.be.running.
at. a. time.. If. this. machine. will. be.
connected. to. a. shared. circuit. where.
multiple.machines.will.be.running.at.the.
same.time,.consult.with.an.electrician.
to. ensure. that. the. circuit. is. properly.
sized.for.safe.operation.
ELECTRICAL
A power supply circuit includes all electrical equipment
between the breaker box or fuse panel in the building
and the machine. The power supply circuit used for
this machine must be sized to safely handle the fullload current drawn from the machine for an extended
period of time. (If this machine is connected to a circuit
protected by fuses, use a time delay fuse marked D.)
The machine must be properly set up
before it is safe to operate. DO NOT
connect this machine to the power
source until instrtucted to do so later
in this manual.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Grounding Requirements
ELECTRICAL
This machine MUST be grounded. In the event of certain
types of malfunctions or breakdowns, grounding provides
a path of least resistance for electric current to travel—in
order to reduce the risk of electric shock.
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding wire will
increase the risk of electric shock. The wire with green
insulation (with/without yellow stripes) is the equipmentgrounding wire. If repair or replacement of the power
cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the equipmentgrounding wire to a live (current carrying) terminal.
Check with a qualified electrician or service personnel
if you do not understand these grounding requirements,
or if you are in doubt about whether the tool is
properly grounded. If you ever notice that a cord or
plug is damaged or worn, disconnect it from power, and
immediately replace it with a new one.
The machine must be properly set up
before it is safe to operate. DO NOT
connect this machine to the power
source until instrtucted to do so later
in this manual.
GROUNDED
6-20 RECEPTACLE
Current Carrying Prongs
6-20 PLUG
Grounding Pin
For 220V Connection
This machine is equipped with a power cord that has
an equipment-grounding wire and NEMA 6-20 grounding
plug (see figure). The plug must only be inserted into
a matching receptacle that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with local codes and ordinances.
Figure 6. NEMA 6-20 plug & receptacle.
Extension Cords
We do not recommend using an extension cord with
this machine. Extension cords cause voltage drop, which
may damage electrical components and shorten motor
life. Voltage drop increases with longer extension cords
and smaller gauge sizes (higher gauge numbers indicate
smaller sizes).
Any extension cord used with this machine must contain a
ground wire, match the required plug and receptacle, and
meet the following requirements:
Minimum Gauge Size at 220V....................... 12 AWG
Maximum Length (Shorter is Better).................50 ft.
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No. adapter. should. be. used. with. the.
required. plug.. If. the. plug. does. not. fit.
the.available.receptacle.or.the.machine.
must. be. reconnected. to. a. different.
type.of.circuit,.the.reconnection.must.
be.made.by.an.electrician.or.qualified.
service. personnel. and. it. must. comply.
with.all.local.codes.and.ordinances.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
SETUP
Unpacking
This machine has been carefully packaged for safe
transportation. If you notice the machine has been
damaged during shipping, please contact your authorized
Shop Fox dealer immediately.
Items Needed for Setup
This machine presents
serious injury hazards
to untrained users. Read
through this entire manual
to become familiar with
the controls and operations before starting the
machine!
The following items are needed, but not included, to set
up your machine.
Wear safety glasses during
entire setup process!
HEAVY LIFT!
Straining or crushing
injury may occur from
improperly lifting the
machine or some of its
parts. To reduce this
risk, get help from other
people and use a forklift
(or other lifting equipment) rated for weight of
machine.
SUFFOCATION HAZARD!
Immediately discard all
plastic bags and packing
materials to eliminate
choking/suffocation
hazards for children and
animals.
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SETUP
Description
Qty
• Additional People........................................ 1-3
• Safety Glasses..........................................1 ea.
• Leather Gloves................................... 1 Pair ea.
• Cleaner/Degreaser............................. As Needed
• Disposable Rags................................. As Needed
• Lifting Equipment (Min. 600-lb Rating):
—Forklift or Hoist..........................................1
—Lifting Slings..............................................2
• Precision Straightedge 3'..................................1
• Phillips Screwdriver #2....................................1
• Dust-Collection System....................................1
• 4" Dust Hose (length as needed).........................1
• 4" Hose Clamp...............................................1
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 07/19)
Inventory
The following is a list of items shipped with your machine.
Before beginning setup, lay these items out and inventory
them.
A
Note: If you cannot find an item on this list, carefully
check around/inside the machine and packaging materials.
Often, these items get lost in packaging materials while
unpacking or they are pre-installed at the factory.
Wood Crate (Figure 7)
Qty
A. Table Assembly..............................................1
Figure 7. Inventory—wood crate.
SETUP
Cardboard Box (Figure 8)
Qty
B. Stand.........................................................1
Loose Items (Figure 9)
Qty
C. Switch Pedestal Assembly.................................1
D. Lock Washers 8mm (Pedestal)............................2
E. Cap Screws M8-1.25 x 70 (Pedestal).....................2
F. Handwheels..................................................2
G. Lock Washers 10mm (Table)..............................3
H. Hex Standoffs 3⁄8"-16 x 3⁄4" x 3 5⁄16" (Table)............3
I. 4" Dust Port..................................................1
J. Flat Washers 1⁄4" (Dust Port)..............................4
K. Phillips Head Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 1⁄2" (Dust Port).........4
L. Cutterhead Guard Assembly..............................1
M. Rear Access Panel..........................................1
N. Push Blocks..................................................2
O. Belt...........................................................1
P. Hex Wrenches 3, 4, 5, 6mm.........................1 Ea.
Q. Open-End Wrenches 8/10, 11/13, 12/14mm......1 Ea.
R. Knife-Setting Jig (W1857)
—E-Clips......................................................4
—Knife Jig Feet.............................................2
—Knife Jig Rod..............................................1
S. Cutterhead Tools and Hardware (W1858)
—T-Handle Torx Driver T-25...............................2
—Torx Screws T-25 #10-32 x 1⁄2"........................ 10
—Indexable Inserts 15 x 15 x 2.5mm....................5
B
Figure 8. Inventory—cardboard box.
E
D
F
C
G
K
H
L
J
I
N
M
O
P
R
S
Q
Figure 9. Inventory—loose items.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Cleaning Machine
To prevent corrosion during shipment and storage of your
machine, the factory has coated the bare metal surfaces
of your machine with a heavy-duty rust prevention
compound.
If you are unprepared or impatient, this compound can
be difficult to remove. To ensure that the removal of this
coating is as easy as possible, please gather the correct
cleaner, lubricant, and tools listed below:
•
•
•
•
Cleaner/degreaser designed to remove storage wax
and grease
Safety glasses & disposable gloves
Solvent brush or paint brush
Disposable Rags
To.remove.rust.preventative.coating,.do.these.steps:
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Put on safety glasses and disposable gloves.
3.
Coat the rust preventative with a liberal amount of
cleaner/degreaser, then let it soak for 5–10 minutes.
4.
Wipe off surfaces. If your cleaner/degreaser is
effective, the coating will wipe off easily.
Tip: An easier way to clean off thick coats of rust
preventative from flat surfaces is to use a PLASTIC
paint scraper to scrape off the majority of the
coating before wiping it off with your rag. (Do
not use a metal scraper or you may scratch your
machine.)
5.
Repeat cleaning steps as necessary until all of the
compound is removed.
6.
To prevent rust on freshly cleaned surfaces,
immediately coat with a quality metal protectant.
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In. a. pinch,. automotive. degreasers,.
mineral. spirits. or. WD•40. can. be. used.
to. remove. rust. preventative. coating..
Before. using. these. products,. though,.
test.them.on.an.inconspicuous.area.of.
your. paint. to. make. sure. they. will. not.
damage.it.
SETUP
1.
Gasoline.and.petroleum.
products.have.low.flash.
points.and.can.explode.
or.cause.fire.if.used.to.
clean.machinery..Avoid.
using. these. products.
to. clean. machinery..
Many. cleaning. solvents.
are. toxic. if. inhaled..
Minimize. your. risk.
by. only. using. these.
products. in. a. well.
ventilated.area.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Machine Placement
Weight.Load
Physical.Environment
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.
The physical environment where your machine is
operated is important for safe operation and the
longevity of its components. For best results,
operate this machine in a dry environment
that is free from excessive moisture, hazardous
chemicals, airborne abrasives, or extreme
conditions. Extreme conditions for this type
of machinery are generally those where the
ambient temperature range exceeds 41°–104°F;
the relative humidity range exceeds 20–95%
(non-condensing); or the environment is subject
to vibration, shocks, or bumps.
SETUP
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. See.below.for.
required.space.allocation.
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.
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.
Children. or. untrained. people.
may. be. seriously. injured. by. this.
machine..Only.install.in.an.access.
restricted.location.
Wall
Min. 30"
for Maintenance
721/2"
251/2"
Figure 10. Working clearances.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Assembly
Before beginning the assembly process, refer to Items.
Needed.for.Setup and gather everything you need.
Ensure all parts have been properly cleaned of any
heavy-duty rust-preventative applied at the factory (if
applicable). Be sure to complete all steps in the assembly
procedure prior to performing the Test.Run.
This jointer is equipped with a mobile base to allow
moving and placing of machine without power lifting
equipment. DO NOT attempt to lift or move jointer
without necessary assistance from other people. If using
power lifting equipment (such as a forklift or crane), each
piece of lifting equipment must be rated for at least
600 lbs. to support dynamic loads that may be applied
while lifting.
HEAVY LIFT!
Straining or crushing
injury may occur from
improperly lifting the
machine or some of its
parts. To reduce this
risk, get help from other
people and use a forklift
(or other lifting equipment) rated for weight of
machine.
Review the Electrical section (see Page 13), then prepare
a permanent location for the jointer.
SETUP
Note: Do not destroy cardboard box or wood shipping
crate and packaging until after Test Run.
To assemble machine, do these steps:
1.
Open cardboard box and place stand upright.
2.
Tighten mobile base lock knobs (see Figure 2 on
Page 8) to secure stand in position.
3.
Remove top and sides of wood shipping crate, then
place small items aside in safe location.
4.
With help from another person, remove fence
assembly, including belt cover, from table assembly
and set aside in safe location.
5.
If lifting table assembly without power lifting
equipment, lift table assembly off shipping pallet
with help of three people and carefully place it on
top of stand. Proceed to Step 7.
IMPORTANT: Tighten table locks to prevent
damaging tables.
6.
If lifting table assembly with power lifting
equipment, attach lifting slings to table assembly, as
shown in Figure 11, and carefully place it on top of
stand.
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Figure 11. Lifting slings properly
positioned.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
7.
Adjust position of table assembly so cutterhead
pulley and motor pulley are aligned, and then secure
table assembly to stand with (3) hex standoffs 3⁄8"16 x 3⁄4" x 3 5⁄16" and (3) 10mm lock washers (see
Figure 12).
Figure 12. Table assembly secured to
stand.
8.
Adjust feet (see Figure 13) as necessary until jointer
is stable without any rocking or wobbling.
IMPORTANT: Ensure jointer is stable and unable to
accidently move prior to operations.
SETUP
Adjustable
Feet
Figure 13. Stabilizing jointer.
9.
Loosen motor mount fasteners shown in Figure 14.
DO NOT completely remove fasteners.
10. Slide motor upward, place poly-V belt around
cutterhead pulley and motor pulley, then slide motor
down to rest on belt (see Figure 14).
Motor Mount
Fastener
(1 of 4)
Poly-V
Belt
Motor
Pulley
Figure 14. V-belt installed.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
11. Look down length of belt and pulley faces to check
pulley alignment (see Figures 15–16). If available
use a narrow straightedge against pulley faces to
check alignment.
Cutterhead
Pulley
V-Belt
— If pulleys are aligned, proceed to Step 14.
— If pulleys are not aligned, perform Steps 12–13.
12. Loosen motor pulley set screw and cutterhead pulley
set screw and align both pulleys. (Use straightedge if
needed.)
Motor
Pulley
Figure 15. Checking pulley alignment
(viewed from above).
13. Tighten set screws and repeat Step 10 to verify
proper pulley alignment. Pulleys should be aligned,
as shown in Figure 16, when belt is properly
tensioned.
Cutterhead
Pulley
Motor
Pulley
Figure 16. Proper pulley alignment.
14. Adjust belt tension by applying downward pressure
on motor until there is approximately 1⁄4" deflection
when belt is pushed with moderate force, as shown
in Figure 17.
Note: After the first 16 hours of operation,
re-tension the belt, as it will stretch and seat
during this time, which causes it to lose the initial
tension you set.
15. Tighten motor mount fasteners (see Figure 14 on
Page 20).
16. Re-install fence assembly, including belt cover.
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Cutterhead Pulley
Approximately
⁄4" Deflection
1
Motor Pulley
Figure 17. Checking for proper belt
tension.
SETUP
Alignment
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
17. Attach switch pedestal to stand with (2) M8-1.25
x 70 cap screws and (2) 8mm lock washers (see
Figure 18).
Switch
Pedestal
18. Connect switch cord to motor cord (see Figure 18).
Note: The switch cord and motor cord have
matching plugs for easy connection.
Switch
Cord
Matching
Plugs
SETUP
Motor
Cord
Switch
Pedestal
Figure 18. Switch pedestal attached to
stand and cords connected.
19. Install dust port with (4) 1⁄4"-20 x 1⁄2" Phillips head
screws and (4) 1⁄4" flat washers (see Figure 19).
x4
Figure 19. Dust port installed.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
20. Slide handwheels onto leadscrews, and secure with
pre-installed 5⁄16"-18 x 1⁄2" Phillips head screws and
8.5 x 23 x 2mm fender washers (see Figure 20).
Handwheel
(1 of 2)
Leadscrew
(1 of 2)
21. Verify outfeed table height is set correctly with
knives/inserts at top dead center (TDC) (refer to
Setting Outfeed Table Height on Page 50) and all
knives/inserts are securely tightened in cutterhead.
x2
Figure 20. Handwheel secured to
leadscrew (1 of 2).
22. Insert cutterhead guard shaft into mounting hole
on table, then tighten set screw to secure (see
Figure 21).
— If cutterhead guard does not spring back over
cutterhead and contact fence, or if it drags across
outfeed table, then it must be adjusted (refer to
Checking/Adjusting Cutterhead Guard on Page 57
for instructions).
Figure 21. Cutterhead guard installed.
Knife-Setting Jig (W1857)
Assemble the knife-setting jig (see Figure 22) using the
knife-setting jig rod, feet, and E-clips.
Figure 22. Knife-setting jig assembly
(W1857 only).
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SETUP
23. Verify proper operation of cutterhead guard by
moving fence to rear of table, then pulling cutterhead
guard back and letting it go. It should spring back
over cutterhead and contact fence without dragging
across outfeed table.
The cutterhead guard is a critical safety
feature of this jointer. You MUST verify
its operation before using the jointer!
Failure to properly install this guard
will greatly increase risk of serious
personal injury.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Dust Collection
Recommended CFM at Dust Port:................. 400 CFM
SETUP
Do not confuse this CFM recommendation with the rating
of the dust collector. To determine the CFM at the dust
port, you must consider these variables: (1) CFM rating of
the dust collector, (2) hose type and length between the
dust collector and the machine, (3) number of branches
or wyes, and (4) amount of other open lines throughout
the system. Explaining how to calculate these variables
is beyond the scope of this manual. Consult an expert or
purchase a good dust collection “how-to” book.
This. machine. creates. substantial. amounts. of. dust.
during.operation..Breathing.airborne.dust.on.a.regular.basis.can.result.in.permanent.respiratory.illness..
Reduce.your.risk.by.wearing.a.respirator.and.capturing.the.dust.with.a.dust.collection.system.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Dust-Collection System.........................................1
Dust Hose 4"......................................................1
Hose Clamps 4"...................................................2
To connect a dust-collection hose, do these steps:
1.
Fit a 4" dust hose over the dust port, as shown in
Figure 23, and secure it in place with a hose clamp.
2.
Tug the hose to make sure it does not come off.
Hose
Clamp
Dust
Hose
Figure 23. Example of dust hose
connected to dust port.
Note: A tight fit is necessary for proper
performance.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Test Run
Once assembly is complete, test run the machine to
ensure it is properly connected to power and safety
components are functioning properly.
If you find an unusual problem during the test run,
immediately stop the machine, disconnect it from power,
and fix the problem BEFORE operating the machine again.
The Troubleshooting table in the SERVICE section of this
manual can help.
Serious. injury. or. death. can. result.
from. using. this. machine. BEFORE.
understanding. its. controls. and. related.
safety.information..DO.NOT.operate,.or.
allow.others.to.operate,.machine.until.
the.information.is.understood..
To test run the machine, do these steps:
Clear all setup tools away from machine.
2.
Connect machine to power supply.
3.
Push ON button to start machine. A correctly
operating machine runs smoothly with little or no
vibration or rubbing noises.
4.
Push STOP paddle to stop machine. Congratulations!
The Test Run is complete.
Tensioning Belt
The final step in the setup process must be done after
approximately 16 hours of operation. During this first
16 hours, the belt will stretch and seat into the pulley
groove. After this time, you must re-tension the belt to
avoid slippage and burn out. Refer to Page 55 when you
are ready to perform this important adjustment.
Note: Pulleys and belt can get hot. This is a normal
condition. Allow them to cool before making adjustments.
A small amount of black belt dust at the bottom of the
belt housing is normal during the life of the machine and
does not indicate a problem with the machine or belt.
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DO. NOT. start. machine. until. all.
preceding.setup.instructions.have.been.
performed..Operating.an.improperly.set.
up. machine. may. result. in. malfunction.
or. unexpected. results. that. can. lead.
to. serious. injury,. death,. or. machine/
property.damage.
SETUP
1.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Disabling & Locking
Switch
Children or untrained people can be killed or
seriously injured by this machine. This risk increases
with unsupervised operation. To help prevent
unsupervised operation, disable and lock the switch
before leaving machine unattended! Place key in a
well-hidden or secure location.
SETUP
The switch can be disabled and locked by inserting a
padlock through the ON/START button, as shown. Locking
the switch in this manner can prevent unauthorized
operation of the machine, which is especially important
if the machine is not stored inside an access-restricted
building.
IMPORTANT: Locking the switch with a padlock
only restricts its function. It is not a substitute for
disconnecting power from the machine when adjusting or
servicing.
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Shaft
Padlock
ON / START
Button
OFF / STOP
Paddle
Figure 24. Switch disabled by padlock.
The padlock shaft diameter is important
to the disabling function of the switch.
Use padlocks with a maximum shaft
diameter of 4mm. With any padlock
used to lock the switch, test the switch
after installation to ensure that it is
properly disabled.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
OPERATIONS
General
This machine will perform many types of operations
that are beyond the scope of this manual. Many of these
operations can be dangerous or deadly if performed
incorrectly.
The instructions in this section are written with the
understanding that the operator has the necessary
knowledge and skills to operate this machine. If at any
time you are experiencing difficulties performing any
operation, stop using the machine!
To. reduce. your. risk. of. serious. injury.
or. damage. to. the. machine,. read. this.
entire.manual.BEFORE.using.machine.
The overview below provides the novice machine operator
with a basic understanding of how the machine is used
during operation, so the machine controls/components
discussed later in this manual are easier to understand.
Due to its generic nature, this overview is NOT intended
to be an instructional guide.
To complete a typical operation with the jointer, the
operator does the following:
Examines workpiece to verify it is safe and suitable
for cutting.
2.
Adjusts fence for width of workpiece and locks it in
place.
3.
Adjusts fence tilt, if necessary.
4.
Adjusts infeed table height to set depth of cut per
pass.
5.
Puts on safety glasses, respirator, and any other
required protective equipment.
6.
Starts jointer.
7.
Using push blocks as needed, holds workpiece firmly
against infeed table and fence, and feeds workpiece
into cutterhead at a steady and controlled rate until
entire length of workpiece has been cut and it clears
the cutterhead on the outfeed table side.
8.
Repeats cutting process described above until
desired results are achieved.
9.
Stops jointer.
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If you are an inexperienced operator,
we strongly recommend that you read
books or trade articles, or seek training
from an experienced operator of this
type of machinery before performing
unfamiliar operations. Above.all,.safety.
must.come.first!
OPERATIONS
1.
To. reduce. the. risk. of. eye. injury. and.
long-term. respiratory. damage,. always.
wear. safety. glasses. and. a. respirator.
while.operating.this.machine.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Stock Inspection
Stock Inspection
Follow these rules when choosing and jointing
stock:
•
Scrape all glue off the workpiece before
jointing. Glue deposits on the workpiece,
hard or soft, will gum up the cutterhead
and produce poor results.
•
Remove foreign objects from the
workpiece. Make sure that any stock you
process with the jointer is clean and free
of dirt, nails, staples, tiny rocks or any
other foreign objects that could damage
the cutterhead. These particles could also
cause a spark as they strike the cutterhead
and create a fire hazard.
•
DO NOT joint or surface plane stock that
contains large or loose knots. Injury to the
operator or damage to the workpiece can
occur if a knot becomes dislodged during
the cutting operation.
•
DO NOT joint or surface plane against the
grain direction. Cutting against the grain
increases the likelihood of kickback, as well
as tear-out on the workpiece.
•
Jointing and surface planing with the
grain produces a better finish and is safer
for the operator. Cutting with the grain
is described as feeding the stock on the
jointer so the grain points down and toward
you as viewed on the edge of the stock (see
Figure below).
IMPORTANT: Wood stacked on a concrete
or dirt surface can have small pieces of
concrete or stone pressed into the surface.
•
OPERATIONS
Note: If the grain changes direction along
the edge of the board, decrease the
cutting depth and make additional passes.
CORRECT
ROTATION
OUTFEED TABLE
FEED DIRECTION
ROTATION
OUTFEED TABLE
Make sure all stock is sufficiently dried
before jointing. Wood with a moisture
content over 20% will cause unnecessary
wear on the cutters and poor cutting
results. Excess moisture can also hasten
rust and corrosion.
Make sure your workpiece exceeds the
minimum dimension requirement shown
below, before processing it through the
jointer, or the workpiece may break or kick
back during the operation.
INFEED TABLE
With Grain
INCORRECT
Stock Inspection Requirements
FEED DIRECTION
Edge Jointing
10" Min.
INFEED TABLE
Against Grain
3
/4" Min.
Figure 25. Proper grain alignment with
cutterhead.
•
1
/4" Min.
Surface Planing
Only cut natural wood. This jointer is only
designed for cutting natural wood stock.
Never use it to cut MDF, particle board,
plywood, laminates, drywall, backer board,
metals, glass, stone, tile, products with
lead-based paint, or products that contain
asbestos. Cutting these may lead to injury
or machine damage.
1
10" Min.
/2" Min.
3
/4" Min.
Figure 26. Minimum stock dimensions for
jointer.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Squaring Stock
Squaring stock means making it flat and parallel along
both length and width, and making the length and width
perpendicular to one another.
The purpose of squaring stock is to prepare it for accurate
cuts and construction later on.
A properly "squared up" workpiece is essential for tasks
such as accurate table saw cuts, glue-ups/laminations,
cutting accurate bevels on a bandsaw, and many other
applications where one surface of a workpiece is used to
reference another.
Qty
Item(s) Needed
Jointer.............................................................1
Planer..............................................................1
Table Saw.........................................................1
Squaring stock involves four steps performed in the
order below:
Surface Plane on Jointer—Concave face of
workpiece is surface planed flat with jointer.
2.
Surface Plane on a Thickness Planer—Opposite face
of workpiece is surface planed flat with a thickness
planer.
OPERATIONS
1.
Previously Surface
Planed Face
3.
Edge Joint on Jointer—Concave edge of workpiece
is jointed flat with jointer.
4.
Rip Cut on a Table Saw—Jointed edge of workpiece
is placed against a table saw fence and opposite
edge cut off.
Previously
Jointed
Edge
45
15
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30
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Surface Planing
The purpose of surface planing (see Figure 27) on the
jointer is to make one flat face on a piece of stock to
prepare it for thickness planing on a planer.
surface planing
To surface plane on jointer, do these steps:
1.
Inspect stock to ensure it is safe and suitable for the
operation (refer to Stock Inspection on Page 28).
2.
Set infeed table height to desired cutting depth for
each pass.
Failure to use push blocks when surface
planing could result in your hands
contacting rotating cutterhead, which
will cause serious personal injury.
ALWAYS use push blocks when surface
planing on jointer!
OPERATIONS
CAUTION: To minimize risk of kickback, do not
exceed a cutting depth of 1⁄16" per pass when surface
planing.
3.
Set fence to 90°.
4.
Start jointer.
5.
Place workpiece firmly against fence and infeed
table with concave side facing down, as shown in
Figure 27.
CAUTION: To ensure workpiece remains stable
during cut, concave sides of workpiece must face
toward table and fence.
6.
Feed workpiece completely across cutterhead while
keeping it firmly against fence and tables during the
entire cut.
CAUTION: Keep hands at least 4" away from
cutterhead during the entire cut. Instead of allowing
a hand to pass directly over cutterhead, lift it up
and over cutterhead, and safely reposition it on the
outfeed side to continue supporting workpiece. Use
push blocks whenever practical to further reduce
risk of accidental hand contact with cutterhead.
7.
Repeat Step 6 until entire surface is flat.
Tip: When squaring up stock, cut opposite side of
workpiece with a planer instead of the jointer to
ensure both sides are parallel.
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Removed
Surface
Figure 27. Example of a typical surface
planing operation.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Edge Jointing
Edge jointing (see Figure 28) produces a flat and true
surface along the side of a workpiece by removing uneven
areas. It is an essential step for squaring up warped or
rough stock and when preparing a workpiece for joinery
or finishing.
edge jointing
To edge joint on jointer, do these steps:
1.
Inspect stock to ensure it is safe and suitable for the
operation (refer to Stock Inspection on Page 28).
2.
Surface plane workpiece (refer to Surface Planing
on Page 30).
3.
Set infeed table height to desired cutting depth for
each pass.
CAUTION: To minimize risk of kickback, do not
exceed a cutting depth of 1⁄8" per pass.
Set fence to 90°.
5.
Start jointer.
6.
Place workpiece firmly against fence and infeed
table with concave side facing down, as shown in
Figure 28.
CAUTION: To ensure workpiece remains stable
during cut, concave sides of workpiece must face
toward table and fence.
7.
Feed workpiece completely across cutterhead while
keeping it firmly against fence and tables during the
entire cut.
CAUTION: Keep hands at least 4" away from
cutterhead during the entire cut. Instead of allowing
a hand to pass directly over cutterhead, lift it up
and over cutterhead, and safely reposition it on the
outfeed side to continue supporting workpiece. Use
push blocks whenever practical to further reduce
risk of accidental hand contact with cutterhead.
8.
Repeat Step 6 until the entire edge is flat.
Tip: When squaring up stock, cut opposite edge of
workpiece with a table saw instead of the jointer—
otherwise, both edges of workpiece will not be
parallel with each other.
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Removed
Surface
Figure 28. Example of a typical edge
jointing operation.
OPERATIONS
4.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Bevel Cutting
Bevel cuts (see Figure 29) can be made by setting the
fence at the desired angle and feeding the workpiece
firmly along the fence face, with the bottom inside corner
firmly against the table. The cutting process typically
requires multiple passes or cuts to bevel the entire edge
of a workpiece.
To bevel cut on jointer, do these steps:
1.
Inspect stock to ensure it is safe and suitable for the
operation (refer to Stock Inspection on Page 28).
2.
Surface plane workpiece (refer to Surface Planing
on Page 30).
3.
Edge joint workpiece (refer to Edge Jointing on
Page 31).
4.
Set infeed table height to cutting depth desired for
each pass.
OPERATIONS
CAUTION: Cutting depth for bevel cuts is
typically between 1⁄16" and 1⁄8", depending on
hardness and width of stock.
5.
Set fence tilt to desired angle of cut.
6.
Place workpiece against fence and infeed table.
7.
Start jointer.
8.
With a push block in your leading hand, press
workpiece against table and fence with firm
pressure, and feed workpiece over cutterhead with a
push block in your trailing hand.
CAUTION: When your leading hand gets within
4" of the cutterhead, lift it up and over cutterhead,
and place push block on portion of the workpiece
once it is 4" past cutterhead. Now, focus your
pressure on outfeed end of the workpiece while
feeding, and repeat same action with your trailing
hand when it gets within 4" of cutterhead. To help
keep your hands safe, DO NOT let them get closer
than 4" from moving cutterhead at any time during
operation!
7.
Repeat cutting process, as necessary, until you are
satisfied with the results.
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Removed
Surface
Figure 29. Example of a 45° bevel cutting
operation.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Rabbet Cutting
A rabbet cut removes a portion of a workpiece edge, so
it fits together with an opposing, equally sized rabbet
cut on another workpiece (see Figures 30–31). This is a
classic method of joining two workpieces that is simple,
yet strong.
This jointer can be used to make high-quality rabbet cuts,
but there are some situations—whether it is due to an
excessively large/small workpiece size or rabbet cutting
width/depth—when it will not be safe or appropriate for
making the rabbet cut on this jointer. In these cases, you
need to use another tool or method for rabbet cutting
that will be a safer alternative.
A rabbet cut can alternatively be made using a table saw,
router, or even a hand saw. As with any type of cutting
operation, always consider your safety first and use good
judgement!
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Rabbet Joints
Figure 30. Rabbet joints.
OPERATIONS
Typically, rabbet cutting with a jointer requires
the cutterhead guard to be removed first, so the
workpiece can slide along the rabbeting ledge during
the cut. However, it is possible to make rabbet cuts
with workpieces up to 1" thick without removing the
cutterhead guard. This is done by performing the rabbet
cut with the workpiece on end (similar to when you are
edge jointing).
Removed
Surface
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
To rabbet cut on jointer, do these steps:
1.
Inspect stock to ensure it is safe and suitable for the
operation (refer to Stock Inspection on Page 28).
2.
Surface plane workpiece (refer to Surface Planing
on Page 30).
3.
Edge joint workpiece (refer to Edge Jointing on
Page 31).
4.
Set infeed table height to desired cutting depth for
each pass.
OPERATIONS
CAUTION: For safety reasons, cutting depth
should never exceed 1⁄8" per pass.
5.
Remove cutterhead guard if necessary to perform
operation (see Figure 30).
6.
Set fence to 90° and near front of jointer, so amount
of exposed cutterhead in front of fence matches size
of desired rabbet.
7.
Start jointer.
8.
Place workpiece firmly against fence and infeed
table.
9.
Feed workpiece completely across cutterhead while
keeping it firmly against fence and tables during
entire cut.
CAUTION: Keep hands at least 4" away from
cutterhead during the entire cut. Instead of allowing
a hand to pass directly over cutterhead, lift it up
and over cutterhead, and safely reposition it on the
outfeed side to continue supporting workpiece. Use
push blocks whenever practical to further reduce
risk of accidental hand contact with cutterhead.
10. Repeat Step 7 until rabbet is cut to depth.
11. Re-install cutterhead guard if removed in Step 3.
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Figure 31. Examples of typical rabbet
cutting operations.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting Depth of Cut
The depth of cut on a jointer affects the amount of
material removed from the bottom of the workpiece as it
passes over the cutterhead.
Setting Depth of Cut
The depth of cut is set by adjusting the height of the
infeed table relative to the outfeed table and cutterhead
knives/inserts at top dead center (TDC).
This jointer is equipped with a 1⁄8" infeed table stop.
This prevents the table from accidently being lowered
below 1⁄8", which is the maximum depth of cut for surface
planing and edge jointing.
DO NOT exceed 1⁄8" depth of cut per
pass when edge jointing and 1⁄16" depth
of cut per pass when surface planing on
this machine or kickback and serious
injury may occur!
Infeed
Table Lock
Adjusting Infeed Table Height
To adjust the infeed table height, loosen the infeed table
lock (see Figure 32), rotate the infeed table handwheel
to raise or lower the table, and then tighten the lock to
secure the setting.
Adjusting Infeed Table Height
To lower the infeed table below the 1⁄8" stop, pull the
release knob (see Figure 33), adjust the table height, and
then tighten the lock to secure the setting.
Infeed Table
Handwheel
Figure 32. Infeed table height controls.
Figure 33. Infeed table height controls.
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OPERATIONS
Infeed Table
Release Knob
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Depth-of-Cut Scale
The depth of cut can be referenced directly from the
depth scale located on the front of the jointer (see
Figure 34).
Scale
Pointer
Depth of Cut Scale
Note: The depth scale can be calibrated or "zeroed" if it is
not correct. (Refer to Calibrating Depth-of-Cut Scale on
Page 54.)
Infeed Positive Stops
The infeed table has positive-stop screws (see Figure 35)
that allow you to quickly adjust the infeed table between
finish/final cuts and shaping/heavy cuts and the maximum
depth of cut of 1⁄2" when rabbeting.
Positive Stop Screws
The lower positive stop sets the bottom range of table
movement (maximum depth of cut); the upper positive
stop sets the top range of table movement (minimum
depth of cut). Jam nuts lock positive-stop screws in
position so they will not move during operation.
OPERATIONS
We recommend setting the lower stop screw at 1⁄2". The
upper stop screw can be set anywhere between 0" and
1
⁄16". The 1⁄8" infeed table stop is factory set and cannot
be adjusted.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Wrench 13mm....................................................1
Hex Wrench 4mm................................................1
To adjust infeed positive-stop screws, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen jam nuts on both stop screws (see Figure 35).
3.
Raise table to minimum desired depth of cut, then
tighten upper stop screw (see Figure 35) until it
contacts table. Tighten jam nut to secure stop screw
in position.
4.
Lower table to maximum desired depth of cut, then
tighten lower stop screw until it contacts table.
Tighten jam nut to secure stop screw in position.
Note: If you need to lower the infeed table more
than 1⁄8", then pull and hold the 1⁄8" depth stop
release knob (see Figure 35) while lowering infeed
table.
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Scale
Figure 34. Depth-of-cut scale components.
Infeed Table
Release Knob
Upper Stop
Screw
Upper
Jam Nut
Lower Stop
Screw
Table Pin
Lower
Jam Nut
Figure 35. Positive-stop components for
infeed table.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
ACCESSORIES
Jointer Accessories
The following jointer accessories may be available through your local Woodstock International Inc.
Dealer. If you do not have a dealer in your area, these products are also available through online
dealers. Please call or e-mail Woodstock International Inc. Customer Service to get a current listing of
dealers at: 1-800-840-8420 or at sales@woodstockint.com.
D1123—Jointer/Planer Knife Hone
This handy tool sharpens flat and beveled surfaces quickly and easily.
Great for touch-ups.
W1211A—Jointer Pal® Magnetic Knife Gauge
(For HSS & Cobalt Knives)
This magnetic knife-setting system lets you set jointer knives in perfect
alignment every time!
D4297—Indexable Carbide Inserts, 10-Pk.
15 x 15 x 2.5mm replacement indexable carbide inserts for Model
W1858.
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OPERATIONS
D3634—HSS Jointer Knives, 4 Pk.
8" x 3⁄4" x 1⁄8" replacement HSS jointer knives for Model W1857.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
D4501—8" Indexable Spiral Cutterhead
Spiral cutterhead upgrade for Model W1857. Spiral cutterheads with
indexable carbide inserts provide a number of advantages over
traditional straight-knife cutterheads. Carbide inserts stay sharp up to
10 times longer than regular HSS knives and each insert features four
separate sharpened edges, so there's far less overall down time from
changing/adjusting knives. When the inserts do finally get dull, simply
rotate each one 90° to expose another set of factory-sharp cutting
edges. And since the inserts are indexable, they are automatically set
to the perfect height when installed—meaning no more time spent
fussing with a knife-setting jig. Best of all, spiral cutterheads leave a
smoother surface, especially when surfacing wood with figured grain.
D4206—Clear Flexible Hose 4" x 10'
D4256—45° Elbow 4"
W1007—Plastic Blast Gate 4"
W1017—90° Elbow 4"
D4216—Black Flexible Hose 4" x 10'
W1053—Anti-Static Grounding Kit
W1317—Wire Hose Clamp 4"
We've handpicked a selection of commonly used dust-collection
components for machines with 4" dust ports.
D4026
W1017
OPERATIONS
W1053
W1727—1 HP Dust Collector
Specifications: • 1 HP, 120V/240V, single-phase motor • 800 CFM air
suction capacity • 5.67" static pressure • One 4" intake hole • 9"
balanced steel, radial fin impeller • 2.1 cubic feet of bag capacity •
15 3⁄4" x 39 3⁄4" base on casters for portability • 2.5-micron bag filtration
• Power-coated finish for durability • 54 1⁄2" height with bag inflated.
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D4256
W1007
D4216
W1317
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
MAINTENANCE
General
For optimum performance from this machine, this
maintenance schedule must be strictly followed.
Ongoing
To maintain a low risk of injury and proper machine
operation, if you ever observe any of the items below,
shut down the machine immediately and fix the problem
before continuing operations:
•
•
•
•
•
•
MAKE. SURE. that. your. machine. is.
unplugged. during. all. maintenance.
procedures!. If. this. warning. is. ignored,.
serious.personal.injury.may.occur.
Loose mounting bolts.
Dust or debris on and around machine.
Dull or damaged cutterhead knives/inserts.
Unprotected cast-iron surfaces.
Worn or damaged wires.
Any other unsafe condition.
Monthly Check
• Clean and lubricate table ways, leadscrews, and
fence pivot points (Page 40).
• V-belt tension, damage, or wear.
• Clean/vacuum dust buildup from inside stand and off
of motor.
Cleaning & Protecting
Protect the unpainted cast iron table by wiping it clean
after every use—this ensures moisture from wood dust
does not remain on bare metal surfaces. Keep your table
rust-free with regular applications of quality lubricants.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Model W1857/W1858 is relatively easy.
Vacuum excess wood chips and sawdust, and wipe off the
remaining dust with a dry cloth. If any resin has built up,
use a resin dissolving cleaner to remove it.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Lubrication
Since all bearings are sealed and permanently lubricated,
simply leave them alone until they need to be replaced.
DO NOT lubricate them.
Lubrication
It is essential to clean components before lubricating
them because dust and chips build up on lubricated
components and make them hard to move. Simply adding
more grease to them will not yield smooth moving
components.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Pump-Type Oil Can..............................................1
Mineral Spirits........................................ As Needed
Clean Shop Rags...................................... As Needed
Figure 36. Fence and carriage lubrication
locations.
Fence & Carriage
Oil Type........................................ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount............................................. 1–2 Drops
Lubrication Frequency................Monthly, or As Needed
Clean fence pivot points and carriage ways (see Figure 36)
with mineral spirits and shop rags, allow to dry, then
lubricate with light machine oil. Wipe off excess oil.
Leadscrews
MAINTENANCE
Oil Type........................................ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount............................................. 1–2 Drops
Frequency...............................Monthly, or As Needed
Clean leadscrews (see Figure 37) with mineral spirits and
shop rags, allow to dry, then lubricate with light machine
oil. Wipe off excess oil.
Figure 37. Leadscrew lubrication locations
(handwheel removed for clarity).
Table Ways
Oil Type........................................ISO 68 Equivalent
Oil Amount............................................. 1–2 Drops
Lubrication Frequency................Monthly, or As Needed
Lower infeed and outfeed tables to access ways. Clean
ways with mineral spirits and shop rags, allow to dry,
then lubricate with light machine oil at top of each way
(see Figure 38). Move tables up and down to distribute
oil. Wipe off excess oil.
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Figure 38. Location to lubricate table
ways.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
SERVICE
General
This section covers the most common service adjustments
or procedures that may need to be made during the life
of your machine.
If you require additional machine service not included
in this section, please contact Woodstock International
Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to:
techsupport@woodstockint.com.
Setting/Replacing Knives
(W1857)
Inspecting Knives
Setting the knives correctly is crucial to the proper
operation of the jointer and it plays an important role
in keeping the knives sharp. If one knife is higher than
the others, it will do the majority of the work, and thus,
become dull much faster.
MAKE. SURE. that. your. machine. is.
unplugged. during. all. service. procedures!. If. this. warning. is. ignored,. serious.personal.injury.may.occur.
The cutterhead on this jointer comes with both jack
screws and springs for setting knife height. Which one
you choose is a matter of personal preference. However,
only one of these options is needed to set the knives.
The advantage of using springs is that springs maintain a
constant upward pressure on the knives while using the
knife-setting jig. The advantage of using jack screws is
that once you set the proper height of the screws, they
should require little to no adjustment when replacing
knives.
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SERVICE
There are two options for setting the knives—the
straightedge method and the knife-setting jig method.
Each option has advantages and disadvantages; the
correct one for you will be a matter of personal
preference. For best results, the tables must be parallel
with each other (refer to Checking/Adjusting Table
Parallelism) and the outfeed table height must be
properly set (refer to Setting Outfeed Table Height).
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Straightedge Method
A high quality straightedge (or Jointer Pal) is held flat
against the outfeed table and the knife heights are set to
the bottom of the straightedge, as shown. Because the
knife projection height from the cutterhead is dependent
on the outfeed table height, the outfeed table must be
set as described in Setting Outfeed Table Height on
Page 50 for this method to work correctly.
When using the straightedge method to set the knives,
you will not need to move the outfeed table once it is set
and you will always be assured that the knives are even
with the outfeed table in their highest point of rotation
(TDC)—even if the cutterhead is not perfectly parallel
with the outfeed table.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge or Knife-Setting Jig..................1
Hex Wrench 3mm................................................1
Open-End Wrench 10mm.......................................1
To check knife height with a straightedge, do these
steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove cutterhead guard or block it open.
3.
Using a straightedge on outfeed table, check height
of each knife at positions as shown in Figure 39.
Black Lines Represent
Black
Lines Represent
Straightedge
Positions
Straightedge
Positions
From Overhead
View
From Overhead View
Knife at TDC
Knife at TDC
Straightedge
Straightedge
Outfeed
Outfeed
Infeed
Infeed
Figure 39. Setting knife height with a
straightedge.
— Knives are set correctly when they just touch
bottom of straightedge at TDC in each of
straightedge positions.
SERVICE
— If knives do not touch straightedge or they lift
up at any position, then those knives need to be
adjusted (refer to Setting/Replacing Knives on
Page 44).
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Figure 40. Setting knife height with a
Jointer Pal®.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Knife-Setting Jig Method
The infeed table is lowered to fit the jig on the
cutterhead, as shown, and the knife heights are set to
just touch the middle pad of the jig. The knife-setting jig
included with the jointer is designed to set all the knives
evenly and at the correct height in the cutterhead.
To check knife height with a knife-setting jig, do these
steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove cutterhead guard or block it open.
3.
Lower infeed table to 1⁄2" scale mark.
4.
Place knife-setting jig on cutterhead, directly over a
knife.
5.
Closely examine how jig touches cutterhead and
knife. Knife is set correctly when, on each side of
cutterhead, both legs of jig sit firmly on cutterhead
body and middle pad of jig just touches top edge of
knife.
Middle
Pad
Figure 41. Example of knife-setting jig
positioned over cutterhead knife.
— If jig does not sit as described, then that knife
must be reset. Repeat this inspection with other
knives before resetting. (Refer to Setting/Replacing
Knives on Page 44.)
Figure 42. Using knife-setting jig to set
knife height.
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting/Replacing Knives
Setting Replacing Knives
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove cutterhead guard from table and lower
infeed table to 1⁄2" on depth-of-cut scale. This will
provide unrestricted access to cutterhead.
3.
Loosen
Tighten
Knife
Jack
Screw
Gib
Remove cabinet rear access panel to expose
cutterhead pulley.
Gib Bolt
4.
Rotate cutterhead pulley to provide good access to
cutterhead knives.
5.
Loosen cutterhead gib bolts, starting in the middle,
and alternating back and forth until all gib bolts are
loose, but not falling out.
The first time you set or replace a knife, remove
the gib and knife from cutterhead. Clean gib and
clean inside cutterhead slot to remove all pitch or
sawdust. Coat knife and gib with a metal protectant.
6.
Position knife jig over knife. Loosen gib bolts until
knife is completely loose.
7.
Jack Screws—Access jack screws through holes in
cutterhead (see Figure 44). Using a hex wrench,
rotate jack screws to raise or lower knife. When
knife is set correctly, it will barely touch the bottom
of the straightedge or the middle pad of the knife
jig. Snug gib bolts just tight enough to hold knife in
place. Repeat with remaining knives.
Figure 43. Cutterhead profile diagram.
Jack
Screw
Figure 44. Location of jack screw access
hole.
Springs—Push knife down with straightedge or
middle pad of knife-setting jig (see Figure 45). Keep
straightedge flat against outfeed table. If using jig,
keep feet pressed evenly against cutterhead. Tighten
gib bolts just enough to hold knife in place. Repeat
with remaining knives.
SERVICE
8.
9.
Rotate cutterhead to reveal the first knife you
started with. Lightly snug all gib bolts, alternating
from one side to the other, and working from the
ends to the middle. Repeat with remaining knives.
Spring
Figure 45. Location of spring.
Tighten each gib bolt in the same alternating manner
as you did in the previous step.
10. Make sure outfeed table is set even with the new
knives at top dead center.
11. Replace cutterhead guard and cabinet rear access
panel.
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3
1
2
4
Figure 46. Gib bolt tightening sequence.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Rotating/Replacing
Spiral Cutterhead Inserts
(W1858)
The spiral cutterhead is equipped with 4-sided indexable
carbide inserts. Each insert can be removed, rotated,
and re-installed to use any one of its four cutting edges.
Therefore, if one cutting edge becomes dull or damaged,
simply rotate it 90° (see Figure 47) to use a sharp cutting
edge.
Rotating Replacing Cutterhead Inserts
The inserts have a reference dot on one corner. The
position of the reference dot on installed inserts can
be used to track which edges are sharp/unused and
which edges are dull or damaged. Replace inserts once
the reference dot has been rotated back to its original
position.
Reference Dot
Figure 47. Insert rotating sequence.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Carbide Inserts 15 x 15 x 2.5mm.................. As Needed
Torx Head Screws T-25 #10-32 x 1⁄2".............. As Needed
Torque Wrench...................................................1
T-25 Torx Bit......................................................1
To rotate or replace spiral cutterhead insert, do these
steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove cutterhead guard from table, and lower
infeed table as far down as it will go.
3.
Remove cover to get access to cutterhead pulley.
4.
Taking care not to pinch your hand between belt
and pulley, rotate pulley as needed to make inserts
accessible for removal.
5.
Put on heavy leather gloves to protect fingers and
hands.
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
6.
7.
Carefully clean away all sawdust or debris from top
of insert, Torx screw, and surrounding area (see
Figure 48).
Remove Torx screw and insert, then carefully clean
away all dust and debris from insert and insert
pocket in cutterhead.
IMPORTANT: This step is critical for achieving a
smooth finish with cutting operations. Dirt or dust
trapped under insert during installation will slightly
raise insert in cutterhead, which will leave marks on
workpiece after jointing.
Tip: Use low-pressure compressed air or a vacuum
nozzle to clean cutterhead pocket.
8.
Re-install insert with a sharp cutting edge facing
outward. Make sure insert is properly seated in
cutterhead pocket before securing.
— If all four insert cutting edges have been used,
replace insert with a new one. Always position
reference dot in same position when installing a
new insert to aid in rotational sequencing.
9.
Torx
Screw
Lubricate Torx screw threads with a small amount of
light machine oil, wipe excess off, and torque screw
to 48–50 inch/pounds.
SERVICE
IMPORTANT: If too much oil is applied to the
threads, excess will attempt to squeeze out of
threaded hole as you install insert and force it to
raise slightly, making it out of alignment.
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Cutterhead
Insert
Figure 48. Example of cutterhead inserts
and Torx screws.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Adjusting Gibs
The function of the table gibs is to eliminate excessive
play in the table movement. The gibs also control how
easy it will be to move the tables up and down.
Adjusting Gibs
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Open-End Wrench 13mm.......................................1
Hex Wrench 4mm................................................1
To adjust table gibs, do these steps:
1.
Loosen (4) infeed table gib jam nuts on front of
table/fence assembly (see Figure 49).
2.
Oil table ways if needed (refer to Lubrication on
Page 40).
3.
Evenly tighten gib set screws a small amount,
then check tables by moving them up and down.
Adjust set screws as needed until friction of table
movement is balanced between minimal play and
ease of movement.
Gib Jam Nuts
& Set Screws
Figure 49. Infeed table gib controls.
Note: Tighter gibs reduce play but make it harder to
adjust tables.
4.
Tighten jam nuts to secure setting.
5.
Set outfeed table height (refer to Setting Outfeed
Table Height on Page 50).
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Checking/Adjusting Table
Parallelism
The infeed and outfeed tables must be parallel with each
other in order to produce a straight, jointed edge. When
the tables are not parallel with each other, the jointer
will produce workpieces that are cupped (concave) or
bowed (convex) along their length.
Checking Adjusting Table Parallelism
Table parallelism is factory-set and should not normally
need to be adjusted when the machine is new. However,
after prolonged use, or if the machine has been jarred
during lifting or transportation, it may become necessary
to adjust the table parallelism.
Table parallelism is adjusted by inserting shims between
the dovetailed ways of the outfeed table to make it
parallel with the infeed table. Once this adjustment is
made, the outfeed table height should not need to be
adjusted again.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge 3'.......................................1
Feeler Gauge Set................................................1
Metal Shims........................................... As Needed
To check/adjust table parallelism, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Set outfeed table height (refer to Setting Outfeed
Table Height on Page 50).
3.
Move cutterhead guard out of the way and slide
fence all the way back.
Rotate cutterhead until knife/insert is not at TDC,
extend straightedge over both tables, raise infeed
table until it contacts straightedge (see Figure 50),
then lock infeed table.
SERVICE
4.
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Straightedge
Outfeed
Infeed
Figure 50. Checking table parallelism.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
5.
Look down length of straightedge on outfeed side
to see if there are any noticeable gaps between
straightedge and outfeed table. Do this at both front
and rear of table.
— If there are no gaps, and the straightedge makes
full contact with both tables at front and rear,
the tables are parallel with each other and no
adjustments are necessary.
— If there are gaps anywhere between one of the
tables and the straightedge, the tables are not
parallel to each other and must be adjusted.
Proceed to Step 6.
6.
Insert feeler gauge between table and straightedge
where gap is greatest (see Figure 51). Maximum
allowable tolerance is 0.003".
7.
Loosen outfeed table locks. Place shims between
dovetailed ways (see Figure 52) until outfeed table
is within 0.003" of parallel with infeed table at front
and rear of tables.
8.
Re-check outfeed table height (refer to Setting
Outfeed Table Height on Page 50), and re-adjust if
necessary.
Insert Feeler Gauge
Where Gap is Greatest
Outfeed
Straightedge
Infeed
Figure 51. Example of feeler gauge
location for checking table parallelism.
Possible Shim
Locations
Figure 52. Locations to place shims when
adjusting table parallelism.
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting Outfeed Table
Height
To help ensure safe operation and best cutting results,
set the outfeed table height level with the knives/inserts
when they are at top-dead-center (TDC). If the outfeed
table is set too low, the workpiece will be tapered from
front to back or there will be snipe (a gouge in end of
board that is uneven with rest of cut). If the outfeed
table is set too high, the workpiece will hit the edge of
the outfeed table during operation, increasing the chance
of kickback.
Outfeed Table Lock
Setting Outfeed Table Height
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge 4'.......................................1
Open-End Wrench 16mm.......................................1
SERVICE
To set outfeed table height, do these steps:
W1857
Top Dead
Center
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove cutterhead guard and fence, then open belt
cover.
3.
W1857 Only: Make sure knife heights are set
correctly (refer to Setting/Replacing Knives on
Page 44).
4.
Loosen outfeed table lock (see Figure 53).
5.
Place straightedge on outfeed table so it extends
over cutterhead.
6.
Use motor pulley to rotate cutterhead until one
knife or insert is at TDC (its highest point during
rotation), as shown in Figure 54.
Top Dead
Center
W1858
7.
Use outfeed table lever to set outfeed table so knife
or insert barely touches straightedge, as shown in
Figure 55.
8.
Tighten outfeed table lock so outfeed table will not
move during operation.
9.
Figure 53. Location of outfeed table lock.
Re-install cutterhead guard and fence, then close
belt cover.
Figure 54. Knife or insert at TDC.
W1857
Straightedge
Outfeed
Infeed
Bottom Dead
Center
W1858
Straightedge
Outfeed
Infeed
10. Verify proper operation of cutterhead guard (refer to
Checking/Adjusting Cutterhead Guard on Page 57).
Figure 55. Using straightedge to check
outfeed table height.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting Fence Stops
The fence stops simplify the task of adjusting the fence to
45° inward, 90°, and 45° outward (135°). Setting Fence Stops
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Open-End Wrench 14mm.......................................1
Sliding Bevel......................................................1
Stop
Block
Setting 45° Inward Stop
Jam Nut
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen fence tilt lock, rotate stop block up, then tilt
fence approximately 45° inward onto stop bolt (see
Figure 56).
3.
4.
45° Inward
Stop Bolt
Place sliding bevel set to 45° against fence and
table, as shown in Figure 57.
Loosen jam nut on 45° inward stop bolt and adjust
stop bolt until fence is exactly 45° inward while
resting on stop bolt (see Figure 56). Verify angle,
then retighten jam nut.
Tilt Lock
Figure 56. Fence set to 45° inward.
Sliding Bevel Set
to 45° Inward
Figure 57. Example of adjusting fence to
45° inward.
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting 90° Stop
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen fence tilt lock, rotate stop block down, and
position fence approximately 90° onto stop cap
screw (see Figure 58).
90° Stop
Cap Screw
Jam Nut
Stop Block
Tilt Lock
Figure 58. Fence set to 90°.
3.
Place sliding bevel set to 90° against fence and
table, as shown in Figure 59.
4.
Loosen jam nut on 90° stop cap screw and adjust cap
screw until fence is exactly 90° while cap screw is
resting on stop block (see Figure 58). Verify angle,
then retighten jam nut.
Sliding Bevel
Set to 90°
SERVICE
Figure 59. Example of adjusting fence to
90°.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Setting 45° Outward (135°) Stop
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen fence tilt lock, rotate stop block up, then tilt
fence approximately 45° outward (135°) onto stop
bolt (see Figure 60).
45° Outward
Stop Bolt
Jam Nut
Stop
Block
Tilt
Lock
Figure 60. Fence set to 45° outward
(135°).
3.
4.
Place sliding bevel set to 135° against fence and
table, as shown in Figure 61.
Loosen jam nut on 45° outward stop bolt and adjust
stop bolt until fence is exactly 45° outward (135°)
outward while resting on stop bolt (see Figure 60).
Verify angle, then retighten jam nut.
Sliding Bevel
Set to 135°
Figure 61. Example of adjusting fence to
45° outward (135°).
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Calibrating Depth-of-Cut
Scale
For best cutting results, calibrate or "zero" the depth-ofcut scale so cutting depth shown on the scale matches the
actual cutting depth (per pass).
Calibrating Depth Scale
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge 4'.......................................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2..........................................1
W1857
Straightedge
Outfeed
Infeed
To calibrate the depth-of-cut scale, do these steps:
W1858
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Make sure outfeed table height is set correctly (refer
to Setting Outfeed Table Height on Page 50).
3.
Move cutterhead guard out of the way and slide
fence all the way back, then place straightedge
across infeed and outfeed tables.
4.
Adjust the infeed table until it is even with the
outfeed table (see Figure 62).
5.
Loosen Phillips head screw, adjust scale pointer to
"0," then re-tighten screw (see Figure 63).
Straightedge
Outfeed
Infeed
Figure 62. Infeed table even with outfeed
table.
Scale
Pointer
"0"
SERVICE
Figure 63. Depth-of-cut scale set to "0".
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Tensioning/Replacing Belt
To ensure optimum power transmission from the motor to
the cutterhead, the belt must be in good condition (free
from cracks, fraying and wear) and properly tensioned.
Tensioning Replacing Belt
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Replacement Belt (X1857083).................................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2..........................................1
Open-End or Socket Wrench 13mm...........................1
Belts and pulleys will be hot after
operation. Allow them to cool before
handling.
Tensioning Belt
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove rear access panel on stand.
3.
Loosen motor mount fasteners shown in Figure 64.
DO NOT completely remove motor mount fasteners.
4.
Press down on motor to keep tension on belt, and
then tighten motor mount bracket fasteners (see
Figure 64).
5.
Press belt with moderate pressure in center to check
belt tension. Belt is correctly tensioned when there
is approximately 1⁄4" deflection when pushed, as
shown in Figure 65.
— If there is more than 1⁄4" deflection when
you check belt tension, repeat the tensioning
procedure until it is correct.
6.
Figure 64. Location of motor mount
fasteners (3 of 4 shown).
Cutterhead Pulley
Approximately
⁄4" Deflection
1
Replace rear access panel.
Replacing Belt
Motor Pulley
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove fence, belt cover and rear access panel on
stand.
Loosen motor mount bracket fasteners shown in
Figure 64.
4.
Use a 2x4 as leverage to lift motor as you remove
belt and replace it with a new one. Make sure belt is
seated in pulley groove.
5.
Follow Steps 4–5 in Tensioning Belt procedure to set
correct belt tension.
6.
Replace rear access panel.
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After approximately 16 hours of
operation, belts will stretch and
seat into pulley grooves. The belts
need to be re-tensioned after this
initial break-in period to ensure
optimum
power
transfer
and.
maximum overall life of the belts.
SERVICE
3.
Figure 65. Checking belt deflection.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Checking/Aligning Pulleys
Pulley alignment is an important factor in power
transmission and belt life. The pulleys should be parallel
to each other and in the same plane (coplaner) for
optimum performance.
Checking Aligning Pulleys
Each pulley can be adjusted by loosening the set screw
that secures the pulley to the shaft, sliding the pulley in/
out, and retightening the set screw to lock the pulley in
place.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge (Optional).............................1
Hex Wrench 3mm................................................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2..........................................1
Cutterhead
Pulley
To align pulleys, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Remove fence, belt cover, and rear access panel on
stand.
3.
Look down length of belt and pulley faces to check
pulley alignment (see Figures 66–67). If available
use a narrow straightedge against pulley faces to
check alignment.
Belt
— If pulleys are aligned, proceed to Step 7.
Motor
Pulley
Figure 66. Checking pulley alignment
(viewed from above).
SERVICE
— If pulleys are not aligned, perform Steps 4­–6.
4.
Remove belt (refer to Tensioning/Replacing Belt on
Page 55).
5.
Loosen motor pulley set screw and cutterhead
pulley set screw, and then align both pulleys. (Use
straightedge if needed.)
6.
Tighten set screws, replace belt, and repeat Step 3
to verify proper pulley alignment. Pulleys should
be aligned, as shown in Figure 67, when belt is
properly tensioned.
7.
Re-install fence, belt cover, and rear access panel.
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Cutterhead
Pulley
Alignment
Motor
Pulley
Figure 67. Proper pulley alignment.
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Checking/Adjusting
Cutterhead Guard
The cutterhead guard is designed to reduce the risk of
accidental contact with hands or fingers with the spinning
cutterhead. When properly installed and functioning
correctly, the guard automatically rotates clear of the
cutterhead during the cutting operation and then springs
back over the cutterhead as soon as the operation is
complete.
Adjusting Cutterhead Guard
In order to function as intended, the guard must be
installed as low as possible over the infeed table without
actually touching it, and it must have enough spring
tension at the mounting shaft to quickly reposition
itself against the fence after it is rotated away from the
cutterhead and released.
The cutterhead guard is a critical safety
feature of this jointer. You MUST install
and verify its operation before using the
jointer! Failure to properly install this
guard will greatly increase the risk of
serious personal injury.
Item(s) Needed
Qty
Hex Wrench 3mm................................................1
To check/adjust cutterhead guard for proper operation,
do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER!
2.
Slide fence all the way back, then pull cutterhead
guard (see Figure 68) back and let it go.
Cutterhead
Guard
— If cutterhead guard springs back over cutterhead,
contacts fence, and does not drag across infeed or
rabbeting tables, then it is properly adjusted.
— If cutterhead guard does not spring back over
cutterhead, does not contact fence, or drags
across infeed or rabbeting tables, then proceed to
Step 3.
Loosen set screw (see Figure 68) that secures
cutterhead guard shaft to machine.
4.
Lift cutterhead guard so shaft (see Figure 68) clears
hole, rotate guard clockwise, then re-install guard so
flat side of shaft faces cap screw and lowest part of
guard is not more than 1⁄16" over rabbeting ledge or
infeed table.
5.
Tighten set screw (see Figure 68).
6.
Re-test and, if necessary, repeat Steps 2–5 until
cutterhead guard is properly adjusted.
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Cutterhead
Guard Shaft
Figure 68. Cutterhead guard components.
SERVICE
3.
Cap Screw
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Troubleshooting
The following troubleshooting tables cover common problems that may occur with this machine. If you
need replacement parts or additional troubleshooting help, contact our Technical Support.
Note: Before contacting Tech Support, find the machine serial number and manufacture date, and if
available, your original purchase receipt. This information is required to properly assist you.
Motor and Electrical
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Machine does not
start or a breaker
trips immediately
after startup.
1. Incorrect power supply voltage/circuit
size.
2. Power supply circuit breaker tripped/fuse
blown.
3. Motor wires connected incorrectly.
4. Wiring open/has high resistance.
5. ON button at fault.
6. Start capacitor at fault.
7. Centrifugal switch at fault.
8. Motor at fault.
Machine stalls or is
underpowered.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Workpiece material not suitable.
Excessive feed rate.
Excessive depth of cut.
Dull knives/inserts.
6. Dust collection blockage.
7. Motor overheated.
8. Pulley slipping on shaft.
9. Run capacitor at fault.
10. Centrifugal switch at fault.
11. Motor bearings at fault.
12. Motor at fault.
SERVICE
2. Ensure circuit is sized correctly and free of shorts.
Reset circuit breaker or replace fuse.
3. Correct motor wiring connections (Page 61).
4. Check/fix broken, disconnected, or corroded wires.
5. Test/replace switch.
6. Test/replace capacitor.
7. Adjust/replace centrifugal switch if available.
8. Test/repair/replace.
Ensure workpiece is suitable for jointing (Page 28).
Reduce feed rate.
Reduce depth of cut (Page 35).
Sharpen/replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace
inserts (Page 45).
5. Tension/replace belt (Page 55); ensure pulleys are
aligned (Page 56).
6. Clear blockages, seal leaks, use smooth wall duct,
eliminate bends, close other branches.
7. Clean motor, let cool, and reduce workload.
8. Tighten/replace loose pulley/shaft, replace shaft
key; tighten pulley set screw (Page 56).
9. Test/repair/replace.
10. Adjust/replace centrifugal switch if available.
11. Test/repair/replace.
12. Test/repair/replace.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. Belt slipping or pulleys misaligned.
Machine has vibration or noisy
operation.
1. Ensure correct power supply voltage/circuit size.
1. Mobile base lock knobs loose or stand feet 1. Tighten mobile base lock knobs or adjust stand feet
to stabilize machine.
not adjusted properly.
2. Replace missing bolts/nuts, or tighten if loose.
2. Motor or other component loose.
3. Inspect/tension or replace belt (Page 55).
3. Belt worn or loose.
4. Fix/replace fan cover; replace loose/damaged fan.
4. Motor fan rubbing on fan cover.
5. Secure pulley on shaft or realign (Page 56).
5. Pulley loose or misaligned.
6. Sharpen/replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace
6. Dull knives/inserts.
inserts (Page 45).
7. Replace bearing(s).
7. Cutterhead bearings at fault.
8. Adjust/replace centrifugal switch if available.
8. Centrifugal switch at fault.
9. Test/repair/replace.
9. Motor bearings at fault.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Machine Operation
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Table is hard to
adjust.
1. Table lock engaged/partially engaged.
2. Table stop blocking movement.
3. Table gibs out of adjustment.
Excessive snipe
(gouge in end
of board that is
uneven with rest of
cut).
1. Align outfeed table with cutterhead knife/insert at
top dead center (Page 50).
2. Adjust height of knives evenly with outfeed table
2. Knives set too high (W1857).
(Page 44).
3. Operator pushing down on trailing end of 3. Reduce/eliminate downward pressure on trailing
end of workpiece as it leaves cutterhead.
workpiece as it leaves cutterhead.
Workpiece stops in
middle of cut.
1. Outfeed table set too high.
1. Completely loosen table lock (Page 9).
2. Loosen/reset table stop (Page 36).
3. Adjust table gibs (Page 47).
1. Outfeed table set too low.
1. Align outfeed table with cutterhead knife/insert at
top dead center (Page 50).
Workpiece chipping, 1. Workpiece not suitable for jointing.
1. Ensure workpiece is suitable for jointing (Page 28).
2. Operator not feeding workpiece to cut 2. Turn workpiece 180° before feeding again.
tear-out, indenta"with" the grain.
tions, or overall
3. Feed rate too fast.
rough cuts.
3. Reduce feed rate.
4. Excessive depth of cut.
4. Reduce depth of cut (Page 35).
5. Dull knives/inserts.
5. Sharpen/replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace
inserts (Page 45).
6. Dust collection problems.
6. Clear blockages, seal leaks, move machine closer to
dust collector, upgrade dust collector.
Fuzzy grain left in
workpiece.
1. Wood has high moisture content.
1. Ensure wood moisture content is less than 20%.
Allow to dry if necessary.
2. Sharpen/replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace
inserts (Page 45).
2. Dull knives/inserts.
Long lines or
ridges that run
along length of
workpiece.
1. Nicked or chipped knives/inserts.
Uneven cutter
marks, wavy surface, or chatter
marks across face
of workpiece.
1. Feeding workpiece too fast.
2. Knives not properly adjusted (W1857).
3. Dirt or debris under inserts (W1857).
1. Reduce feed rate.
2. Properly adjust knives (Page 44).
3. Remove inserts, properly clean mounting pocket,
and re-install (Page 45).
Glossy surface;
scorching or
burn marks on
workpiece.
1. Feed rate too slow.
2. Dull knives/inserts.
1. Increase feed rate.
2. Sharpen/replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace
inserts (Page 45).
Workpiece is concave or convex
along its length
after jointing.
1. Workpiece not held with even pressure 1. Apply even downward pressure against workpiece
through entire travel along outfeed side during cut.
against outfeed table during cut.
2. Workpiece excessively bowed or warped, 2. Ensure workpiece is suitable for jointing (Page 28).
not suitable for jointing.
3. Tables are not parallel with cutterhead and 3. Check/Adjust table parallelism (Page 48).
each other.
Workpiece edges
not square; tapered
cut produced.
1. Fence not square to table(s); fence tilt 1. Square fence to table(s) (Page 51); lock fence.
unlocked.
2. Inserts not consistently tightened/torqued. 2. Tighten/torque all inserts consistently when rotating/replacing (Page 45).
3. Warped infeed or outfeed table.
3. Regrind/replace table.
1. Replace knives (Page 44); rotate/replace inserts
(Page 45).
2. Inserts not consistently tightened/torqued 2. Tighten/torque all inserts consistently when rotat(W1858).
ing/replacing (Page 45).
3. Dirt or debris under inserts (W1858).
3. Remove inserts, properly clean mounting pocket
and re-install (Page 45).
SERVICE
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Electrical Safety Instructions
These pages are current at the time of printing. However, in the spirit of improvement, we may make
changes to the electrical systems of future machines. Compare the manufacture date of your machine to
the one stated in this manual, and study this section carefully.
If there are differences between your machine and what is shown in this section, call Technical Support
at (360) 734-3482 for assistance BEFORE making any changes to the wiring on your machine. An updated
wiring diagram may be available. Note: Please gather the serial number and manufacture date of your
machine before calling. This information can be found on the main machine label.
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!
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.
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.
QUALIFIED.ELECTRICIAN. Due to the inherent
hazards of electricity, only a qualified
electrician should perform wiring tasks on
this machine. If you are not a qualified
electrician, get help from one before
attempting any kind of wiring job.
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.
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.
SERVICE
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.
CIRCUIT.REQUIREMENTS. You MUST follow
the requirements at the beginning of this
manual when connecting your machine to a
power source.
EXPERIENCING.DIFFICULTIES. If you are
experiencing difficulties understanding
the information included in this section,
contact our Technical Support at
(360) 734-3482.
WIRING DIAGRAM COLOR KEY
The photos and diagrams
included in this section are
best viewed in color. You
can view these pages in
color at www.shopfox.biz.
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
BROWN
GREEN
GRAY
YELLOW
YELLOW
GREEN
PURPLE
RED
ORANGE
PINK
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LIGHT
BLUE
BLUE
WHITE
TURQUOISE
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Wiring Diagram
wiring
Paddle Switch
(viewed from behind)
SHOCK HAZARD!
Disconnect power
before working on
wiring
The motor wiring shown here is
current at the time of printing, but
it may not match your machine.
Always use the wiring diagram inside
the motor junction box.
ON/STOP Switch
KJD17B-16
220-240V
STOP
Before
Wiring
14
13
24
23
Ground
G
Hot
230
VAC
Motor
Run Capacitor
70uF 250VAC
Start Capacitor
400MFD 125VAC
Ground
Hot
Read
Page 60
Ground
6-20 Plug
Motor Junction Box
SERVICE
Figure 69. On/Off switch connections.
Figure 70. Motor junction box connections.
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
PARTS
Fence & Cutterhead
(W1857 Only)
(W1858 Only)
111
111
132
133
131
136
134
3
4
25
9
9
10
8
63
19
14
15
20
13
21
22
24
11
40
16
23
40-2
40-3
40-6
37
36
5
39
38
40-5
32
35
41
40-4
40-3
40
31
40-2
42
(W1857 Only)
36
68
41
42
PARTS
31
26
26
29
18
12
35
28
17
8
(W1858 Only)
23
6
27
135
117
2
7
130
5
65
1
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68
30
33
34
31
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Tables, Base, Stand & Motor
51
52
53
50
47
57
48
55
49
104
43
48
45
44
47
113
118
46
110
56
115
101
114
116
59
99
106
58
14
108
67
107
93
66
70
86-10
86-15
86-11
86-16
86-12
86-16
86-13
86-17
86-14
86-18
85V2
86-5
86
86-6
86-7
92
103
100
105
98
54
102
109
112
86-9
71 72
64
59
31
62
29
61
101 110
60
82
80
75
73
81
74
91
77
128
129
125
124
127
78
71
123
125
124
88
121
122
97
79
96
94
87
89
88
86-8
126
120
76
86-4
86-3
86-2
84
69
14
119
137
90
87
89
95
90
83
PARTS
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
PARTS
Parts List
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
40-2
40-3
40-4
40-5
40-6
40
40-2
40-3
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
FENCE TILT LOCK LEVER 1/2-12
FLAT WASHER 13MM
STOP BLOCK
FENCE CARRIAGE
BALL KNOB 3/8-16, D1-5/16
ECCENTRIC SHAFT 3/8-16, 5-1/4L
DOWEL PIN 5 X 50
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1-1/4
HEX NUT 1/4-20
SHOULDER BOLT 5/16-18 X 11/16, 3/8 X 1
HEX NUT 1/2-20 THIN
FENCE
STUD-SE 1/2-20, 1-3/8, 11/16
HEX NUT 5/16-18
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1-1/4
FLAT HD CAP SCR 5/16-18 X 1-1/2
FENDER WASHER 1/2
FENCE LINK
T-NUT 1/2-12
FENCE BLOCK
FENCE SWIVEL BASE
SET SCREW 3/8-16 X 1-1/2 CONE-PT
STUD-DE 3/8-16 X 3-1/8, 3/8
HEX NUT 3/8-16 THIN
SAFETY PLATE
HEX NUT 1/2-12
CAMLOCK STUD 1/2-12 X 1-1/2, 3-1/2L
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/2
FLAT WASHER 1/4
FENCE BASE
FLAT WASHER 3/8
ROLL PIN 4 X 20
KEY 9.5 X 9.5 X 268
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1-1/2
BEARING BLOCK
BALL BEARING 6204-2NSE
KEY 5 X 5 X 30
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
CUTTERHEAD PULLEY
CUTTERHEAD 8" 4-KNIFE (W1857)
COMPRESSION SPRING (W1857)
FLAT HD CAP SCR M5-.8 X 12 (W1857)
KNIFE 8 X 3/4 X 1/8 HSS (W1857)
KNIFE GIB (W1857)
KNIFE GIB BOLT 1/4-28 X 1/4 (W1857)
SPIRAL CUTTERHEAD 8" (W1858)
FLAT HD TORX SCR T-25 10-32 X 1/2 (W1858)
CARBIDE INSERT 15 X 15 X 2.5MM (W1858)
STUD-DE 3/8-24 X 4-3/4, 1/2
HEX NUT 3/8-24
BELT COVER
KNOB 5/16-18, D1-3/4, ROUND
CUTTERHEAD GUARD
STANDOFF-HEX MM 5/16-18 X 3/8, 3
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/4
HEX NUT 1/4-20
DEPTH STOP BLOCK
SHAFT W/HOLE 2-3/4L
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85V2
86
86-2
86-3
86-4
86-5
86-6
86-7
86-8
86-9
86-10
86-11
86-12
86-13
86-14
86-15
86-16
86-17
86-18
87
88
89
90
91
ROLL PIN 3 X 20
COMPRESSION SPRING
SPRING SLEEVE
CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
CAP SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/4
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE 2L, 1/4-20 X 1
BALL KNOB 1/4-20, D7/8
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/4, 1-5/16, SLOTTED
FOLDING HANDLE 2-1/4L, 5/16-18 X 1-3/16
SCALE POINTER
FLAT WASHER 4MM
PHLP HD SCR 8/32 X 1/4
PHLP HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1/2
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 1
ROLL PIN 4 X 25
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 1/2
RABBETING TABLE
BEARING BLOCK PLATE
LOCK WASHER 5/16
TABLE HANDWHEEL W/HANDLE
FENDER WASHER 8MM
PHLP HD SCR 5/16-18 X 1/2
KNOB BOLT 5-LOBE 3/8-16 X 1, D1-3/4
LATCH
HEX NUT 3/8-16
DUST PORT 4"
PHLP HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1/2
LOCK WASHER 10MM
STANDOFF HEX 3/8-16 X 3/4, 3-5/16L
CABINET STAND
REAR ACCESS PANEL
FOAM PAD
POLY-V BELT 350J7
FLAT WASHER 5/16
CARRIAGE BOLT 5/16-18 X 3/4
MOTOR 3HP 230V 1-PH
KEY 5 X 5 X 30
MOTOR PULLEY
SET SCREW M6-1 X 8
MOTOR LABEL
STRAIN RELIEF TYPE-3 PG13.5
MOTOR CORD 14G 3W 32"
STRAIN RELIEF TYPE-1 3/4"
BACKING BOARD
MOTOR FAN COVER
MOTOR FAN
CONTACT PLATE
CENTRIFUGAL SWITCH
S CAPACITOR 400M 125V 1-1/2 X 3-1/2
R CAPACITOR 70M 250V 1-1/2 X 3-1/2
CAPACITOR COVER
BALL BEARING 6205ZZ (FRONT)
BALL BEARING 6203ZZ (REAR)
WHEEL AXLE 3/8-16 X 1-3/16, 2-1/2L
WHEEL
LOCK NUT 3/8-16
KNOB BOLT 6-LOBE 5/16-18 X 3/4
ON/OFF BUTTON KEDU KJD17B-230V-S
X1857001
X1857002
X1857003
X1857004
X1857005
X1857006
X1857007
X1857008
X1857009
X1857010
X1857011
X1857012
X1857013
X1857014
X1857015
X1857016
X1857017
X1857018
X1857019
X1857020
X1857021
X1857022
X1857023
X1857024
X1857025
X1857026
X1857027
X1857028
X1857029
X1857030
X1857031
X1857032
X1857033
X1857034
X1857035
X1857036
X1857037
X1857038
X1857039
X1857040
X1857040-2
X1857040-3
X1857040-4
X1857040-5
X1857040-6
X1858040
X1858040-2
X1858040-3
X1857041
X1857042
X1857043
X1857044
X1857045
X1857046
X1857047
X1857048
X1857049
X1857050
-64-
X1857051
X1857052
X1857053
X1857054
X1857055
X1857056
X1857057
X1857058
X1857059
X1857060
X1857061
X1857062
X1857063
X1857064
X1857065
X1857066
X1857067
X1857068
X1857069
X1857070
X1857071
X1857072
X1857073
X1857074
X1857075
X1857076
X1857077
X1857078
X1857079
X1857080
X1857081
X1857082
X1857083
X1857084
X1857085V2
X1857086
X1857086-2
X1857086-3
X1857086-4
X1857086-5
X1857086-6
X1857086-7
X1857086-8
X1857086-9
X1857086-10
X1857086-11
X1857086-12
X1857086-13
X1857086-14
X1857086-15
X1857086-16
X1857086-17
X1857086-18
X1857087
X1857088
X1857089
X1857090
X1857091
Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Parts List (Cont.)
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
111
112
113
114
X1857092
X1857093
X1857094
X1857095
X1857096
X1857097
X1857098
X1857099
X1857100
X1857101
X1857102
X1857103
X1857104
X1857105
X1857106
X1857107
X1857108
X1857109
X1857110
X1857111
X1858111
X1857112
X1857113
X1857114
CAP SCREW 1/2-12 X 1-3/4
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/4
LOCK WASHER 8MM
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 70
SWITCH PEDESTAL
CAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20 W/WASHERS
LOCK WASHER 3/8
LOCK WASHER 1/2
KEY 5 X 5 X 22
HEX NUT 5/16-18
TABLE BASE
INFEED TABLE
OUTFEED TABLE
LEADSCREW SUPPORT
LEADSCREW BRACKET
LEADSCREW
LEADSCREW COLLAR
TABLE GIB
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 1-1/4 CONE-PT
KNIFE-SETTING JIG (W1857)
TORX DRIVER T-25 (W1858)
GUARD PIVOT SHAFT
EXT RETAINING RING 11MM
TORSION SPRING
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
X1857115
X1857116
X1857117
X1857118
X1857119
X1857120
X1857121
X1857122
X1857123
X1857124
X1857125
X1857126
X1857127
X1857128
X1857129
X1857130
X1857131
X1857132
X1857133
X1857134
X1857135
X1857136
X1857137
ROLL PIN 6 X 28
ROLL PIN 5 X 28
PUSH BLOCK
FLAT WASHER 12MM
SWITCH BOX
SWITCH PLATE
SWITCH CORD 14G 3W 20"
POWER CORD 14G 3W 10' 6-20P
TAP SCREW M6 X 8
ADJUSTABLE FOOT M8-1.25
HEX NUT M8-1.25
STRAIN RELIEF TYPE-1 5/8"
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 25
PHLP HD SCR M4-.7 X 6
EXT TOOTH WASHER 4MM
HEX WRENCH 3MM
HEX WRENCH 4MM
HEX WRENCH 5MM
WRENCH 8 X 10 OPEN-ENDS
WRENCH 12 X 14 OPEN-ENDS
WRENCH 11 X 13 OPEN-ENDS
HEX WRENCH 6MM
GROUND LABEL
PARTS
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Labels & Cosmetics
Cutterhead
exposed
between
these lines.
Failure to keep hands clear
of cutterhead will result in
serious personal injury.
204
203
WARNING!
READ and UNDERSTAND
MANUAL to avoid serious
injury! If a manual is not
available, DO NOT use
machine! Instead, go to
www.woodstockint.com
or call (360) 734-3482.
Failure to keep hands clear
of cutterhead will result in
serious personal injury.
203
205
202
206
MODEL W1857
8" DOVETAIL JOINTER
w/MOBILE BASE
Specifications
Motor: 3 HP, 230V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
Full-Load Current: 12A
Cutterhead: 4-Knife, 3-1/16" Dia.
Knife Size: 8" x 3/4" x 1/8"
Replacement Knives: D3634
Cutterhead Speed: 5500 RPM
Cuts Per Minute: 22,000
Fence Tilt: 45º, 90º, 135º
Table Size: 72" x 9"
Max. Depth of Cut Per Pass: 1/8"
Max. Rabbeting Depth: 1/2"
Weight: 373 lbs.
Date
S/N
175370
Mfd. for Woodstock in Taiwan
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of serious injury when using this machine:
1. Read and understand owner’s manual before operating.
2. Always wear approved eye protection and respirator.
3. Only plug power cord into a grounded outlet.
4. Except when rabbeting, keep all guards in place and in proper
operating condition. Always replace guard after rabbeting.
5. Never edge-joint stock smaller than 10" long, 3/4" wide, and 1/4" thick.
6. Never face-plane stock smaller than 10" long, 3/4" wide, and 1/2" thick.
7. Always use push blocks when face planing.
8. Keep hands at least 12" away from cutterhead.
9. Never cut deeper than 1/8" on a single pass.
10. Be aware of "kickback" hazards and how to prevent them.
11. Turn motor OFF and disconnect power before changing blades,
adjusting tables/fence, or servicing.
12. Tie back long hair, roll up sleeves, and DO NOT wear loose clothing,
gloves, or jewelry.
13. Before starting, ensure tables are adjusted properly, blades are
secure, and jointer is stable.
14. Do not joint boards with cracks, loose knots, or any defects.
15. DO NOT expose to rain or use in wet conditions.
16. Always support workpiece against fence and table when cutting.
Never attempt any operation free-handed.
17. Always feed workpiece against cutterhead rotation. Never move
workpiece backward while feeding.
18. Prevent unauthorized use by children or untrained users;
restrict access or disable machine when unattended.
MODEL W1858
8" DOVETAIL JOINTER
w/SPIRAL CUTTERHEAD & MOBILE BASE
Specifications
Motor: 3 HP, 230V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
Full-Load Current: 12A
Cutterhead: Spiral w/Indexable Inserts
Insert Size: 15 x 15 x 2.5mm
Number of Inserts: 36
Replacement Inserts: D4297
Cutterhead Speed: 5500 RPM
Cuts Per Minute: 22,000
Fence Tilt: 45º, 90º, 135º
Table Size: 72" x 9"
Max. Depth of Cut Per Pass: 1/8"
Max. Rabbeting Depth: 1/2"
Weight: 373 lbs.
Date
S/N
Mfd. for Woodstock in Taiwan
175370
WARNING
ACCIDENTAL INJURY
HAZARD!
Disconnect power
supply before
adjustments, setup
or maintenance!
207
DANGER!
ROTATING
CUTTERHEAD BELOW!
WARNING!
Use this guard for all
possible operations, and
immediately reinstall it
following operations that
require its removal.
201
1.
2.
3.
WARNING!
KICKBACK HAZARD!
Ensure outfeed table is
even with knives/inserts.
Never exceed the
maximum depth of cut.
Do not stand directly
behind workpiece.
ALWAYS USE
PUSH BLOCKS!
Push blocks minimize the
possibility of operators
hands contacting the
cutterhead while cutting.
209
W1857
W1858
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of serious injury when using this machine:
1. Read and understand owner’s manual before operating.
2. Always wear approved eye protection and respirator.
3. Only plug power cord into a grounded outlet.
4. Except when rabbeting, keep all guards in place and in proper
operating condition. Always replace guard after rabbeting.
5. Never edge-joint stock smaller than 10" long, 3/4" wide, and 1/4" thick.
6. Never face-plane stock smaller than 10" long, 3/4" wide, and 1/2" thick.
7. Always use push blocks when face planing.
8. Keep hands at least 12" away from cutterhead.
9. Never cut deeper than 1/8" on a single pass.
10. Be aware of "kickback" hazards and how to prevent them.
11. Turn motor OFF and disconnect power before changing inserts,
adjusting tables/fence, or servicing.
12. Tie back long hair, roll up sleeves, and DO NOT wear loose clothing,
gloves, or jewelry.
13. Before starting, ensure tables are adjusted properly, blades are
secure, and jointer is stable.
14. Do not joint boards with cracks, loose knots, or any defects.
15. DO NOT expose to rain or use in wet conditions.
16. Always support workpiece against fence and table when cutting.
Never attempt any operation free-handed.
17. Always feed workpiece against cutterhead rotation. Never move
workpiece backward while feeding.
18. Prevent unauthorized use by children or untrained users;
restrict access or disable machine when unattended.
208
WARNING!
INJURY HAZARD!
To reduce risk of short
and long-term injury,
wear safety glasses,
hearing protection, and
a respirator when using
this machine.
210
211
WARNING
212
213
214
206
PARTS
ACCIDENTAL INJURY
HAZARD!
Disconnect power
supply before
adjustments, setup
or maintenance!
KEEP PANEL
CLOSED
WHILE
OPERATING!
205
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
201
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
MACHINE ID LABEL (W1857)
MACHINE ID LABEL (W1858)
READ MANUAL LABEL
CUTTERHEAD WARNING LABEL
CUTTERHEAD EXPOSED LABEL
ELECTRICITY LABEL
DISCONNECT POWER LABEL
CUTTERHEAD GUARD LABEL
208
209
209
210
211
212
213
214
EYES EARS LUNGS WARNING LABEL
MODEL NUMBER LABEL (W1857)
MODEL NUMBER LABEL (W1858)
SHOPFOX NAMEPLATE-LARGE
PANEL CLOSED WARNING LABEL
TOUCH-UP PAINT, SHOP FOX WHITE
BLACK TRIM TAPE
TOUCH-UP PAINT, SHOP FOX BLACK
XP1857201
XP1858201
XP1857202
XP1857203
XP1857204
XP1857205
XP1857206
XP1857207
XP1857208
XP1857209
XP1858209
XP1857210
XP1857211
XP1857212
XP1857213
XP1857214
Safety.labels.warn.about.machine.hazards.and.how.to.prevent.serious.personal.injury..The.owner.
of.this.machine.MUST.maintain.the.original.location.and.readability.of.all.labels.on.this.machine..
If.any.label.is.removed.or.becomes.unreadable,.REPLACE.that.label.before.allowing.machine.to.
be.operated.again..Contact.us.at.(360).734-3482.or.www.woodstockint.com.to.order.new.labels..
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Model W1857/W1858 (For Machines Mfd. Since 02/19)
Fold along dotted lIne
place
stamp
Here
Woodstock international inc.
p.o. box 2309
bellingham, Wa 98227-2309
Fold along dotted lIne
tape along edges--please do not staple
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
Woodstock International, Inc. warrants all Shop Fox machinery to be free of defects from workmanship
and materials for a period of two years from the date of original purchase by the original owner.
This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or
accidents, lack of maintenance, or reimbursement of third party expenses incurred.
Woodstock International, Inc. will repair, replace, or arrange for a dealer refund, at its expense and
option, the Shop Fox machine or machine part proven to be defective for its designed and intended
use, provided that the original owner returns the product prepaid to an authorized warranty or repair
facility as designated by our Bellingham, Washington office with proof of their purchase of the product
within two years, and provides Woodstock International, Inc. reasonable opportunity to verify the
alleged defect through inspection. If it is determined there is no defect, or that the defect resulted
from causes not within the scope of Woodstock International Inc.'s warranty, then the original owner
must bear the cost of storing and returning the product.
This is Woodstock International, Inc.’s sole written warranty and any and all warranties that may be
implied by law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any particular purpose, are hereby limited
to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant that Shop Fox machinery complies with
the provisions of any law, acts or electrical codes. We do not reimburse for third party repairs. In no
event shall Woodstock International, Inc.’s liability under this limited warranty exceed the purchase
price paid for the product, and any legal actions brought against Woodstock International, Inc. shall be
tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom. We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries
to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special or consequential damages arising from the
use of our products.
Every effort has been made to ensure that all Shop Fox machinery meets high quality and durability
standards. We are commited to continuously improving the quality of our products, and reserve the
right to change specifications at any time.
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