Rikon Power Tools 11-300 Product Manual

Rikon Power Tools 11-300 Product Manual
11-300
10” Pro Cabinet Saw
Operator’s Manual
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Serial Number: _________________________
Date of purchase: _________________________
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11-300M1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications.....................................................................................................................2
Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................3 - 6
Getting To Know Your Cabinet Saw ..............................................................................................7
Contents of Package .....................................................................................................8 - 9
Installation ......................................................................................................................10
Assembly ................................................................................................................. 10 - 15
Adjustments...............................................................................................................16 - 21
Operation ..................................................................................................................22 - 24
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................25
Electricals & Wiring Diagram .......................................................................................5 & 25
Troubleshooting .........................................................................................................26
Notes ...............................................................................................................................27
Parts Diagrams & Parts Lists .........................................................................28 - 37
Warranty ..........................................................................................................................38
Accessories ..........................................................................................................39
SPECIFICATIONS
Motor .................................................................................................. 3 HP, TEFC
Motor Speed (no load)......................................................................... 3,450 RPM
Volts ............................................................................................................ 240 V
Amps, Hertz, Phase ................................................................... 13 A, 60 Hz, 1Ph
Blade Diameter..................................................................................10” (254 mm)
Blade Arbor.........................................................................................5/8” (16 mm)
Blade Speed ........................................................................................ 3,450 RPM
Blade Tilt ......................................................................................................... Left
Max Depth of Cut @ 90°............................................................................... 3-3/8”
Max Depth of Cut @ 45°............................................................................... 2-1/4”
Table Size (W x D) ......................................56-1/4” x 27” (1428.75 x 685.80 mm)
Table Height ......................................................................... 35-1/4” (895.35 mm)
Miter Gauge T-Slots (2) ......................................................................... 3/4” x 5/8”
Fence Height ............................................................................ 2-5/8” (66.68 mm)
Max Rip Capacity (right of blade)..................................................... 30” (762 mm)
Dust Ports (1) ..................................................................... 4” Diameter (100 mm)
Height ...................................................................................... 41” (1,041.40 mm)
Width ................................................................................. 64-1/4” (1,631.95 mm)
Depth ....................................................................................... 42” (1,066.80 mm)
Net Weight ............................................................................. 425 lbs (193.78 kg)
NOTE: The specifications, photographs, drawings and information in this manual represent the current model when the
manual was prepared. Changes and improvements may be made at any time, with no obligation on the part of Rikon
Power Tools, Inc. to modify previously delivered units. Reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information in
this manual is correct, to provide you with the guidelines for the proper safety, assembly and operation of this machine.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT! Safety is the single most important consideration in the operation of this equipment. The following
instructions must be followed at all times. Failure to follow all instructions listed below may result in electric shock,
fire, and/or serious personal injury.
There are certain applications for which this tool was designed. We strongly recommend that this tool not be modified
and/or used for any other application other than that for which it was designed. If you have any questions about its
application, do not use the tool until you have contacted us and we have advised you.
SAFETY SYMBOLS
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL: Indicates DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION. This symbol may be used
in conjunction with other symbols or pictographs.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could 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, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE: Shown without Safety Alert Symbol indicates a situation that may result in property damage.
GENERAL SAFETY
4. AVOID A DANGEROUS WORKING ENVIRONMENT.
DO NOT use electrical tools in a damp environment or
expose them to rain.
KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL. Read the owner’s manual
carefully. Learn the tool’s applications, work capabilities,
and its specific potential hazards.
5. DO NOT use electrical tools in the presence of
flammable liquids or gasses.
BEFORE USING YOUR MACHINE
To avoid serious injury and damage to the tool, read and
follow all of the Safety and Operating Instructions before
operating the machine.
6. ALWAYS keep the work area clean, well lit, and
organized. DO NOT work in an environment with floor
surfaces that are slippery from debris, grease, and wax.
1. Some dust created by using power tools 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.
7. KEEP VISITORS AND CHILDREN AWAY. DO NOT
permit people to be in the immediate work area,
especially when the electrical tool is operating.
8. DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL to perform an operation
for which it was not designed. It will do a safer and
higher quality job by only performing operations for
which the tool was intended.
9. WEAR PROPER CLOTHING. DO NOT wear loose
clothing, gloves, neckties, or jewelry. These items can
get caught in the machine during operations and pull the
operator into the moving parts. The user must wear a
protective cover on their hair, if the hair is long, to
prevent it from contacting any moving parts.
2. READ the entire Owner’s Manual. LEARN how to use
the tool for its intended applications.
3. GROUND ALL TOOLS. If the tool is supplied with a 3
prong plug, it must be plugged into a 3-contact electrical
receptacle. The 3rd prong is used to ground the tool and
provide protection against accidental electric shock. DO
NOT remove the 3rd prong. See Grounding Instructions
on the following pages.
10. CHILDPROOF THE WORKSHOP AREA by
removing switch keys, unplugging tools from the
electrical receptacles, and using padlocks.
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11. ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TOOL FROM THE
ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE when making adjustments, changing parts or performing any maintenance.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
12. KEEP PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN PLACE AND IN
WORKING ORDER.
25. ALWAYS WEAR A DUST MASK TO PREVENT
INHALING DANGEROUS DUST OR AIRBORNE
PARTICLES, including wood dust, crystalline silica dust
and asbestos dust. Direct particles away from face and
body. Always operate tool in well ventilated area and
provide for proper dust removal. Use dust collection
system wherever possible. Exposure to the dust may
cause serious and permanent respiratory or other injury,
including silicosis (a serious lung disease), cancer, and
death. Avoid breathing the dust, and avoid prolonged
contact with dust. Allowing dust to get into your mouth
or eyes, or lay on your skin may promote absorption of
harmful material. Always use properly fitting NIOSH/OSHA
approved respiratory protection appropriate for the dust
exposure, and wash exposed areas with soap and water.
13. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING. Make sure that
the power switch is in the “OFF” position before plugging
in the power cord to the electrical receptacle.
14. REMOVE ALL MAINTENANCE TOOLS from the
immediate area prior to turning “ON” the machine.
15. USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Use
of incorrect or improper accessories could cause serious
injury to the operator and cause damage to the tool. If in
doubt, check the instruction manual that comes with that
particular accessory.
16. NEVER LEAVE A RUNNING TOOL UNATTENDED.
Turn the power switch to the “OFF” position. DO NOT
leave the tool until it has come to a complete stop.
26. USE A PROPER EXTENSION CORD IN GOOD
CONDITION. When using an extension cord, be sure to
use one heavy enough to carry the current your product
will draw. The table on the following page shows the correct size to use depending on cord length and nameplate
amperage rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier gauge.
The smaller the gauge number, the larger diameter of the
extension cord. If in doubt of the proper size of an extension cord, use a shorter and thicker cord. An undersized
cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in a loss of
power and overheating.
USE ONLY A 3-WIRE EXTENSION CORD THAT HAS
A 3-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG AND A 3-POLE
RECEPTACLE THAT ACCEPTS THE TOOL’S PLUG.
17. DO NOT STAND ON A TOOL. Serious injury could
result if the tool tips over, or you accidentally contact the
tool.
18. DO NOT store anything above or near the tool where
anyone might try to stand on the tool to reach it.
19. MAINTAIN YOUR BALANCE. DO NOT extend
yourself over the tool. Wear oil resistant rubber soled
shoes. Keep floor clear of debris, grease, and wax.
20. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Always keep tools
clean and in good working order. Keep all blades and tool
bits sharp, dress grinding wheels and change other
abrasive accessories when worn.
27. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding the safe and
proper operation of this product is available from:
21. EACH AND EVERY TIME, CHECK FOR DAMAGED
PARTS PRIOR TO USING THE TOOL. Carefully check
all guards to see that they operate properly, are not damaged, and perform their intended functions. Check for
alignment, binding or breaking of moving parts. A guard
or other part that is damaged should be immediately
repaired or replaced.
22. DO NOT OPERATE TOOL WHILE TIRED, OR
UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS, MEDICATION
OR ALCOHOL.
23. SECURE ALL WORK. Use clamps or jigs to secure
the work piece. This is safer than attempting to hold the
work piece with your hands.
24. STAY ALERT, WATCH WHAT YOU ARE DOING,
AND USE COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING A
POWER TOOL.
A moment of inattention while operating power tools may
result in serious personal injury.
•
Power Tool Institute
1300 Summer Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2851
www.powertoolinstitute.org
•
National Safety Council
1121 Spring Lake Drive
Itasca, IL 60143-3201
www.nsc.org
•
American National Standards Institute
25 West 43rd Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10036
www.ansi.org
•
ANSI 01.1 Safety Requirements for
Woodworking Machines and the
U.S. Department of Labor regulations
www.osha.gov
28. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. Refer to them
frequently and use them to instruct others.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
EXTENSION CORDS
THIS TOOL IS PRE-WIRED FOR 240V
CIRCUITS, AND MUST BE GROUNDED WHILE IN USE TO
PROTECT THE OPERATOR FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK.
THE USE OF AN EXTENSION CORD
WITH THIS MACHINE IS NOT RECOMMENDED. For
best power and safety, plug the machine directly into a
dedicated, grounded electrical outlet that is within the
supplied cord length of the machine.
IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR BREAKDOWN,
grounding provides the path of least resistance for electric
current and reduces the risk of electric shock. This tool
is equipped with an electric cord that has an equipment
grounding conductor and requires a grounding plug (not
included). The plug MUST be plugged into a matching electrical receptacle that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with ALL local codes and ordinances.
If an extension cord needs to be used, it should only be
for a limited operation of the machine. The extension
cord should be as short as possible in length, and have
a minimum gauge size of 14AWG.
Check extension cords before each
use. If damaged replace immediately. Never use a tool
with a damaged cord, since touching the damaged area
could cause electrical shock, and serious injury.
DO NOT MODIFY ANY PLUG. If it will not fit the electrical
receptacle, have the proper electrical receptacle installed
by a qualified electrician.
Use a proper extension cord. Only use cords listed by
Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Other extension cords can
cause a drop in line voltage, resulting in a loss of power
and overheating of tool. When operating a power tool outdoors, use an outdoor extension cord marked “W-A” or “W”.
These cords are rated for outdoor use and reduce the risk
of electric shock.
IMPROPER ELECTRICAL CONNECTION of the
equipment grounding conductor can result in risk of
electric shock. The conductor with the green insulation
(with or without yellow stripes) is the equipment grounding conductor. DO NOT connect the equipment grounding
conductor to a live terminal if repair or replacement
of the electric cord or plug is necessary.
Keep the extension cord clear of
the working area. Position the cord so that it will not
get caught on lumber, tools or other obstructions while
you are working with your power tool.
* Canadian electrical codes require extension cords to
be certified SJT type or better.
** The use of an adapter in Canada is not acceptable.
CHECK with a qualified electrician or service personnel if
you do not completely understand the grounding
instructions, or if you are not sure the tool is properly
grounded when installing or replacing a plug.
USE ONLY A 3-WIRE EXTENSION CORD THAT HAS
THE PROPER TYPE OF A 3-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG
THAT MATCHES THE MACHINE’S 3-PRONG PLUG AND
ALSO THE 3-POLE RECEPTACLE THAT ACCEPTS THE
TOOL’S PLUG. *
REPLACE A DAMAGED OR WORN CORD
IMMEDIATELY.
This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has a 240
volt electrical receptacle. FIGURE A shows the type of the
240V, 3-wire electrical plug and electrical receptacle that
has a grounding conductor. See page 25 for the wiring
diagram.
FIG. A
Sample of 240 volt plug
required for this machine.
Consult a qualified
electrician if the
distance of the
machine from the
electrical panel is
greater than 30 feet.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR TABLE SAWS
This machine is intended for the cutting of natural and solid woods.The permissible workpiece dimensions must be
observed (see Technical Specification). Any other use not as specified, including modification of the machine or use of
parts not tested and approved by the equipment manufacturer, can cause unforeseen damage and invalidate the warranty.
ATTENTION: Use of this table saw still presents risks that cannot be eliminated by the manufacturer. Therefore, the user
must be aware that wood working machines are dangerous if not used with care and all safety precautions are adhered to.
1. ALWAYS USE SAW BLADE GUARD, splitter and anti-kickback pawls for every through-sawing operation.
Through-sawing operations are those in which the blade cuts completely through the workpiece when ripping or
crosscutting. Always be sure blade guard is tightly secured.
2. ALWAYS HOLD WORK FIRMLY against the miter gauge or rip fence.
3. ALWAYS USE a push stick, especially when ripping narrow stock.
4. NEVER PERFORM ANY OPERATIONS FREEHAND, which means using only your hands to support or guide the
workpiece. Always use either the fence or the miter gauge to position and guide the work. WARNING: FREEHAND
CUTTING IS THE MAJOR CAUSE OF KICKBACK AND FINGER/HAND AMPUTATIONS.
5. NEVER STAND or have any part of your body in line with the path of the saw blade. Keep your hands out of the saw
blade path.
6. NEVER REACH behind or over the cutting tool for any reason.
7. FEED WORK INTO THE BLADE against the direction of rotation only.
8. NEVER use the rip fence as a cut-off gauge when crosscutting.
9. NEVER ATTEMPT TO FREE A STALLED SAW BLADE without first turning the saw OFF. Turn power switch OFF
immediately to prevent kickback and motor damage.
10. PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT to the rear and the sides of the table saw for long or wide workpieces.
11. AVOID KICKBACKS (work thrown back towards you) by keeping the blade sharp, the rip fence parallel to the saw
blade and by keeping the splitter, anti-kickback pawls and guards in place, aligned and functioning. Do not release
work before passing it completely beyond the saw blade. Do not rip work that is twisted, warped or does not have a
straight edge to guide it along the fence.
12. AVOID AWKWARD OPERATIONS and hand positions where a sudden slip could cause your hand to move into the
saw blade.
13. NEVER USE SOLVENTS to clean plastic parts. Solvents could possibly dissolve or otherwise damage the material.
Only a soft damp cloth should be used to clean plastic parts.
14. NEVER CUT METALS or materials that make hazardous dust.
15. ALWAYS USE IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA. Clean out sawdust from the interior of the saw to prevent a
pontenial fire hazard.
16. NEVER LEAVE THE SAW RUNNING UNATTENDED. Do not leave the saw until blade comes to a complete stop.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Refer to them often.
California Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities
contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Your risk from exposure to these chemicals varies, depending on how often you do this type of work.
To reduce your exposure, work in a well-ventilated area and with approved safety equipment, such as dust
masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
For more detailed information about California Proposition 65 log onto rikontools.com.
This owner’s manual is not a teaching aid. Use of this owner’s manual is intended to
show assembly, adjustments, and general use.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CABINET SAW
E
F
G
H
D
I
J
B
C
A
L
A. Fence Bracket Hooks
B. Blade Angle Handwheel
C. ON / OFF Switch
D. Rip Fence Rail
E. Miter Gauge
F. Blade Guard Assembly with Riving Knife
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K
G. Rip Fence
H. Table Board
I. Rip Fence Locking Handle
J. Motor Cover
K. Bevel Scale
L. Blade Height Handwheel
CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
Model 11-300 10” Pro Cabinet Saw body is shipped complete in one box. The fence assembly is
shipped separately. Instructions for assembly and use of the fence are provided separate from this
manual.
Unpacking, Checking Contents & Clean-up
1. Carefully remove all contents from the shipping carton. Compare the contents with the list of contents to
make sure that all of the items are accounted for, before discarding any packing material. Place parts on a
protected surface for easy identification and assembly. If any parts are missing or broken, please call RIKON
Customer Service (877- 884-5167) as soon as possible for replacements. DO NOT turn your machine ON if
any of these items are missing. You may cause injury to yourself or damage to the machine.
2. Report any shipping damage to your local distributor. Take photos for any insurance claims.
3. With the help of another person, carefully lift the saw from the packaging and place it on a level floor.
4. Clean all rust protected surfaces with ordinary house hold type grease or spot remover. Do not use;
gasoline, paint thinner, mineral spirits, etc. These may damage painted surfaces.
5. Apply a coat of paste wax to the table to prevent rust. Wipe all parts thoroughly with a clean dry cloth. Be
careful, as the blade has sharp teeth and may cause injury if touched.
6. Set packing material and shipping carton aside. Do not discard until the machine has been set up and is
running properly.
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS
A. Main Saw Body
B. Cast Iron Extenstion Wings (2)
C. ON/OFF Switch Box and Wiring
D. Blade Guard and Splitter Assembly
E. Hand Wheels (2) Locking Knobs (2)
F.
Miter Gauge, Wrenches & Push Stick
A
E
C
B
F
D
CONTINUED ON PAGE 9
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CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS continued
Extension Wing Screw Package:
A
A. M8 Flat Washer (8)
B
B. M8 Lock Washer (8)
C. 8mm x 50mm Hex Allen Bolt (8)
C
Fence Bracket Package:
F
D. M4 x 8mm Round HD Tap Screw (2)
E. Wrench Hook (1)
G
D
F. Fence Storage Bracket (2)
G. 1/4”-20 x 3/8” Round HD Tap Screw (4)
E
Dust Port Hardware Package:
I
H. Dust Port (1)
H
I. 1/4”-20 x 1/2” Round HD Tap Screw (4)
Spacer Package:
J
J. Spacer (for cast wing installation) (2)
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INSTALLATION
MOVING & INSTALLING THE SAW
The table saw is heavy - over 400
lbs! It is best to assemble the machine near the
area where it will eventually reside.
1. Carefully remove the machine from the shipping
carton. See above instructions on handling the saw.
2. Position the machine on a solid, level foundation
that is located in an area that has ample space
in front, right side and in back of the bandsaw for
cutting large or long material.
3. Align the machine so that during use, the material
being cut will not face aisles, doorways, or other work
areas that bystanders may be in. Do not locate or use
the machine in damp or wet conditions.
4. Once in place in your shop, level the machine with
spacers, and secure it to the floor with lag screws
(not supplied) using the 4 holes in the cabinet base.
For best power and safety, the table saw should be
plugged directly into a dedicated grounded electrical
outlet that is within the supplied cord length of
the machine. The use of an extension cord is not
recommended.
ASSEMBLY
• DO NOT assemble the table saw until you are
sure the power switch is in the "OFF" position.
• The table saw is a heavy machine; two people
may be required for certain assembly
operations.
• For your own safety, DO NOT connect the
machine to the power source until the machine
is completely assembled and you read and
understand this entire User Manual.
• DO NOT assemble the table saw until you are
sure the tool is unplugged.
MOBILE BASE TIP
The use of mobile bases (not included) to increase
portability are common for stationary table saws
(A- Fig. 1). Consider starting your assembly with the
mobile base of your choice; building the table saw
within the base. This will make it easier to install the
mobile base now rather than lifting a fully assembled
table saw later.
(Mobile Base not Included)
A
NOTE: The mobile base must be rated to hold
500 lbs!
FIGURE 1
1. Assemble the mobile base of your choice per the
supplied instructions from the base manufacturer.
2. Lock the wheels and level the base.
3. With the help of another person, lift the saw body
(Fig. 2) into the frame of the mobile base.
4. Begin assembly of the saw (Figures 3 thru 19).
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FIGURE 2
ASSEMBLY
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
A
C
HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY
1. Place one of the handwheels (A-Fig. 3) onto
the shaft to raise/lower the blade (B-Fig. 3)
located on the front of the cabinet. Align the
groove in the back of the handwheel with the
pin (C-Fig. 3).
B
FIGURE 3
2. Thread the locking knob (A-Fig. 4) onto the
threaded end of the shaft (C-Fig. 3).
3. Repeat the steps above to assemble the
remaining handwheel and locking knob
(A-Fig. 5) onto the blade angle shaft located on
the left side of the cabinet.
A
WRENCH AND FENCE HOOK
ASSEMBLY
FIGURE 4
1. Install both of the fence hooks (B-Fig. 5) to the
left side of the cabinet using two M4 x 8mm
tap screws for each hook.
C
2. Attach the wrench hook (C-Fig. 5) to the left
side of cabinet using two M4 X 8mm round
head tap screws.
A
B
DUST PORT INSTALLATION
FIGURE 5
1. Locate the dust port and four 1/4”-20 x 1/2”
Round HD Tap Screws from the package
contents.
2. Place the dust port over the opening located at
the bottom of the rear panel and attach using
the four screws (A-Fig. 6) with a Phillips head
screw driver.
A (x4)
FIGURE 6
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ASSEMBLY
EXTENSION WING INSTALLATION
The extension wings are heavy; two
people are required for assembly.
A
1.One person is required to lift an extension wing into
position. The extension wing will sit into alignment
pins to help locate the postion.
2. The second person will install two spacers (A-Fig.
7) into the table slot to ensure proper miter guage
operation.
FIGURE 7
3. Have the second person secure the extension wing
in place using four 5/16”-18 x 45mm hex socket
bolts, four M8 lock washers and four special washers. Bolts and washers will install up from inside
the cabinet into the bottom of the extension wing.
SEE FIG. 8.
Rear Bolts
(x2)
TABLE LEVELING ADJUSTMENT
Front Bolts
(x2)
The pre-adjustment and setting of the extension
wings for level and flatness have been performed at
the factory. Follow the instructions below if further
adustment is needed.
FIGURE 8
1. Use a long and accurate straight edge to check
table level and flatness. Place the straight edge
onto the main table and check each wing separately and then all three castings at once. This will
ensure that the wings are level with the main table
as well as each other. SEE FIG. 9.
2. Loosen the four small set screws (A-Fig. 10) on
the side of the frame casting using a 2.5mm Allen
wrench.
3. Next, loosen slightly the four 5/16”-18 x 45mm hex
socket bolts (B-Fig. 10) previously used to attach
extension wings to the saw body.
FIGURE 9
THIN BOLTS
4. Adjust the four thin elevation bolts found between
the top of the frame casting and the underside of
the extension wing using the 5/8” opening of the
blade wrench. SEE FIG. 10.
A
B
5. Check progress periodically with the straight edge
using steps described in the first step above.
6. Once the table level and flatness is achieved
tighten the four 5/16”-18 x 45mm hex socket bolts
and then the four small set screws on the side of
the frame casting to retain the setting.
BLADE
WRENCH
FIGURE 10
12
ASSEMBLY
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
A
RIVING KNIFE/SPLITTER COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
1. Make sure blade or arbor is at the highest
position before continuing to the steps below.
FIGURE 11
2. Remove the Table Insert (A-Fig. 11). The Table
Insert is held to the table with four magnets.
B
3. Loosen the lever (A-Fig. 12), and line up the
Riving Knife/Splitter (B-Fig. 12) in the proper
direction to the mounting bracket (C-Fig. 12).
C
A
4. Push the Riving Knife/Splitter all the way down
into the mounting bracket, make sure the location pin is properly locked in the holes (B-Fig.
12) of the Riving Knife/Splitter.
FIGURE 12
5. Tighten the lever (A-Fig. 12).
REMOVING THE RIVING KNIFE/SPLITTER
1. Make sure blade or arbor is at the highest
position before adding or removing the Riving
Knife/Splitter Assembly.
30” & 50” Fence Systems
2. Reverse opertation in steps 2 thru 5 above in
section “RIVING KNIFE/SPLITTER
COMPONENTS ASSEMBLY”.
SWITCH INSTALLATION
NOTE: Please refer to the Rip Fence
Operator’s Manual (cover shown right)
provided in the Rip Fence carton for switch
installation instructions.
(Shown on Model 11-200)
RIP FENCE ASSEMBLY
Operator’s Manual
NOTE: Please refer to the Rip Fence
Operator’s Manual (cover shown right)
provided in the Rip Fence carton for
assembly and opertating instructions.
Record the serial number and date of purchase in your manual for future reference.
Date of purchase: _________________________
For technical support or parts questions, email [email protected] or call toll free at (877)884-5167
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ASSEMBLY
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
E
BLADE ASSEMBLY
D
B
F
1. Remove the hex nut (A-Fig. 13) and outer
flange (B-Fig. 13) from the blade arbor (C-Fig.
13).
A
Note: The arbor has a right hand thread; to
loosen the hex nut turn it counterclockwise.
C
FIGURE 13
2. Place a 10” saw blade (D-Fig. 13) onto the
blade arbor (C-Fig. 13), make sure the teeth
of the blade are pointing down in the front of
the table saw. Place the outer flange (B-Fig.
13) and hex nut (A-Fig. 13) onto the blade
arbor and snug hex nut by hand. Place the
open-end blade wrench (E-Fig. 13) on the flats
of the inner blade flange (not shown) and the
box-end blade wrench (F-Fig. 13) onto the hex
nut and securely tighten.
A
B
FIGURE 14
Note: The blade arbor has a right hand thread, to
tighten the hex nut turn it clockwise.
3. Place a square (A-Fig. 14) onto the saw blade
and against the splitter assembly (B-Fig. 14).
Make sure the splitter is square to table
B
4. Lay a straight edge (A-Fig. 15) against the left
side of the saw blade (B-Fig. 15) Align the splitter and make sure the splitter is aligned to the
blade.
A
FIGURE 15
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ASSEMBLY
D
C
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
CHANGING THE SPLITTER TO A
RIVING KNIFE
Note: It is very important to keep the Riving Knife
in close proximity to the blade to maintain an
even gap inside the kerf of the workpiece.
B
A
Keeping the gap open prevents the kerf of the
workpiece to close behind the blade and causing
kickback.
FIGURE 16
B
1. Remove the guard assembly (A-Fig. 16) and
kick-back pawl assembly (B-Fig. 16) by
loosening knobs (C-Fig. 16) and (D-Fig. 16).
2. Remove the table insert, and loosen the Lever
(A-Fig. 17) that locks the splitter into position.
A
3. Slide the splitter to the desired height and
make sure the location pins inside the bottom
of the mounting bracket are properly inserted
into the location holes (B-Fig. 17) of the splitter. This will set the splitter to its lowest position.
FIGURE 17
A
4. Tighten the Lever (A-Fig. 17) and re-install the
table insert.
B
CONNECTING SWITCH CORD TO
MOTOR CORD
FIGURE 18
1. Place the switch cord (A-Fig. 18) through hole
(B-Fig. 18) in front of cabinet.
B
A
2. Open motor cover, insert three prong male
cord (A-Fig. 19) into three hole outlet of the
female cord (B-Fig. 19).
3. Pull slack in switch cord into the cabinet.
Make sure that the power cord inside of the
cabinet is properly routed and clear of the saw
blade and any pinch points for all blade height
and blade angle settings.
FIGURE 19
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ADJUSTMENTS
RAISING AND LOWERING THE BLADE
The blade height adjustment handwheel and
handwheel lock knob are located on the front of
the cabinet above the blade angle scale. To raise
the saw blade, loosen the handwheel lock knob
(A-Fig. 20) (counterclockwise) and turn the handwheel (B-Fig. 20) clockwise. When the saw blade
is at the desired height, tighten the handwheel
lock knob (clockwise) until it is securely tightened.
A
To lower the saw blade, loosen the handwheel
lock knob (counterclockwise) and turn the handwheel counterclockwise. When the saw blade is
at the desired height, tighten the handwheel lock
knob (clockwise) until it is securely tightened.
B
FIGURE 20
TILTING THE BLADE
The blade angle handwheel and handwheel lock
knob are located on the left side of the cabinet.
To change the saw blade bevel angle, loosen the
handwheel lock knob (A-Fig. 21) (counterclockwise), then turn the hand wheel (B-Fig. 21) clockwise.
When the saw blade is at its desired degree angle, tighten the handwheel lock knob (clockwise).
B
To return the saw blade bevel to zero degrees,
loosen the handwheel lock knob (A-Fig. 21)
(counterclockwise) then turn the handwheel
(B-Fig. 21) counterclockwise.
A
To tilt the blade angle to 45-degrees, loosen the
handwheel lock knob (counterclockwise) and the
adjustment knob and then turn the handwheel
clockwise. When the saw blade is at 45-degrees
it will come into contact with the adjustable positive stop which will cause the blade to stop.
FIGURE 21
Tighten the hand-wheel lock knob (clockwise)and
the adjustment knob until it is securely tightened.
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ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUSTING BLADE ANGLE POSITIVE
STOPS
1. Raise the saw blade (A-Fig. 22) to its highest
position using the handwheel on the front
of the saw. (See RAISING AND LOWERING
THE BLADE on page sixteen)
B
2. Using an angle or combination square (B-Fig.
22) check that the blade is 90 degrees to the
saw table (zero degrees on blade angle scale).
FIGURE 22
3. If the blade is correctly set 90 degrees to the
table no further adjustment is needed. If further
adjustment is need continue to the next step.
4. Once the blade has been raised and set to
90 degrees (confirm this using your square),
tighten the bevel handwheel lock knob (A-Fig.
23) located on the side of the cabinet. This will
keep the blade from tilting further.
D
A
C
5. If adjustment is necessary it will be done
through the surface of the tabletop. The 90
degree stop adjustment is located within the
left miter slot. The 45 degree stop is located
next to the right miter slot.
FIGURE 23
6. If the blade is not set to 90 degrees when
the set screw (A-Fig. 24) contacts the position
stop, turn the set screw until the blade can be
positioned to 90 degrees.
45° Stop
90° Stop
B
A
7. Loosen the blade angle handwheel lock and tilt
the blade to 45 degrees. Using an angle or
combination square (A-Fig. 25), make sure
that the blade is set at 45 degrees.
FIGURE 24
8. With the blade tilted to 45 degrees, tighten the
bevel handwheel lock knob to keep the blade
from tilting further.
9. If the blade is not set to 45 degrees, when
the set screw (B-Fig. 24) contacts the position
stop, turn the set screw until the blade can be
positioned to 45 degrees. (See BLADE
ANGLE SCALE ARROW ADJUSTMENT on
page twenty for setting of the angle scale
arrow position.)
A
A
FIGURE 25
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ADJUSTMENTS
CHECKING BLADE ALIGNMENT
The blade is set parallel at the factory and should
not need any adjustments. You can check this by
using a dial indicator (not included) or a combination square (not included). It is recommended to
check the alignment before initial operation as
follows:
A
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
B
C
1. Raise the saw blade (A-Fig. 26) to its highest
position using the handwheel on the front of
the saw. (See RAISING AND LOWERING
THE BLADE on page sixteen)
FIGURE 26
2. Place a combination square (B-Fig. 26) on the
saw table with one edge of the square against
the left miter slot (C-Fig. 26).
3. Adjust the square so the rule just touches the
front position of the saw blade. Make sure the
rule is not touching any of the carbide tips of
the saw blade.
A
4. Keep the rule in this position.
B
5. Carefully rotate the saw blade back so that
you take the measurement from the same spot
on the saw blade.
6. Take a reading at the rear of the blade (A-Fig.
27) with the combination square. If there is a
difference of more than. 01” between the rule
and the blade, then an adjustment will have to
be made to the table. See ADJUSTING
BLADE ALIGNMENT on page nineteen.
FIGURE 27
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ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUSTING BLADE ALIGNMENT
NOTICE: Blade alignment is factory set and
should not need adjustment. All saw blades
have some runout. Therefore, readjusting the
blade alignment should only be attempted if it
becomes necessary (see CHECKING BLADE
ALIGNMENT on page eighteen).
A (x6)
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
B
FIGURE 28
1. To align the blade parallel to the miter slot,
loosen six hex socket head screws (A-Fig. 28)
under the front side of the table saw. This is
the same side as the hand wheel (B-Fig. 28)
that raises and lowers the blade.
2. Remove the three End Caps (A-Fig. 29) on the
rear side of the table saw and loosen six hex
socket head screws. Three hex socket head
screws (Positions 1, 5 & 6-Fig. 29) are outside
the cabinet, three are located behind the End
Caps (Positions 2, 3, & 4-Fig. 29) inside the
cabinet. NOTE: Open the Motor Cover to gain
access to Position #1.
(Position #1 hidden, see NOTE)
1
2
3
A (x3)
3. The saw table is now loose and can be repositioned until the blade is parallel to the miter
slot. Repeat steps in CHECKING BLADE
ALIGNMENT on page eighteen.
FIGURE 29
4. When blade is parallel to miter slot, tighten all
twelve hex socket head screws.
5. Recheck blade alignment.
6. Tilt the blade to 45 degrees, and rotate the saw
blade by hand. Make sure the blade does not
contact the table insert.
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4
5
6
ADJUSTMENTS
BLADE ANGLE SCALE
ARROW ADJUSTMENT
1. Make certain that the blade is set 90 degrees
to the table surface with a combination square.
See page 17, figure 22 ADJUSTING BLADE
ANGLE POSITIVE STOPS.
A
2. Check that the bevel arrow is pointing to the
zero degree mark on the bevel scale located
on the front of the cabinet.
3. To adjust arrow, loosen the Phillips head screw
(A-Fig. 30), reposition the bevel arrow and
tighten screw.
(Handwheel has been removed for clarity; do not need
FIGURE 30
to remove to make adjustment.)
TABLE INSERT ADJUSTMENT
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE
PLUGGED IN AND THE POWER SWITCH MUST BE IN
THE OFF POSITION UNTIL ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE.
1. The table insert (A-Fig. 31) must always be
level with the saw table.
2. Place a straight edge (not provided) across the
front and rear of the table insert. Check that
the insert is perfectly level with the saw table.
B
3. To level the table insert, turn one or more of
the four corner adjusting set screws (B-Fig. 31)
as needed and recheck.
A
C
4. The table insert is equipped with a finger hole
(C-Fig. 31) for easy removal.
FIGURE 31
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B
ADJUSTMENTS
MITER GAUGE ADJUSTMENT
1. The miter gauge has adjustable positive stops
at 0-degree and 45-degrees or it can be manually set at any angle between 60-degrees.
B
A
C
2. To rotate the miter gauge body (A-Fig. 32),
loosen knob (B-Fig. 32) and pull out plunger
(C-Fig. 32) and rotate miter gauge body to
desired angle and tighten knob.
3. To rotate to the next positive stop, pull plunger
(C-Fig. 32) out, rotate miter gauge body then
push plunger back in and continue rotating
miter gauge body until it stops against the next
positive stop.
FIGURE 32
ADJUSTING POSITIVE STOPS
B
1. To adjust the three positive stops, loosen the
knob (B-Fig. 32), pull out on plunger (C-Fig.
32) and turn the miter gauge over.
A
2. Loosen the lock nut (A-Fig. 33) 3 or 4 turns.
3. Place a square against the guide bar and front
of the miter gauge body. Square the miter
gauge body to the guide bar and tighten knob.
4. Push in the plunger and make adjustments to
the stop screw (B-Fig. 33) so that it touches
the plunger and tighten the lock nut.
FIGURE 33
5. Recheck the positive stop angle to the saw
blade. Insert the guide bar into the miter slot
and slide the miter gauge up to the saw blade.
A (x4)
NOTICE: If the miter bar feels loose in the slot
adjust the four hex set screws in the side of the
miter bar (A-Fig. 34) to add side tension to slot.
6. To check, place a square against the saw
blade and miter gauge body. If any more
adjustments are needed repeat steps above.
7. To set both 45-degree positive stops, repeat
steps 1 thru 6 above at each 45-degree setting.
FIGURE 34
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OPERATION
A separate electrical circuit should be used for
this table saw. The circuit should not be less than
#14AWG wire and should be protected with a 15amp breaker. Have a qualified electrician repair
or replace damaged or worn cord immediately.
A
Before connecting the motor to the power source,
make certain the switch is in the “OFF” position
and be sure that the electric current is of the
same rating as the motor nameplate. All line connections should make good contact. Running on
low voltage or long, under rated extension cords
will damage the motor.
B
FIGURE 35
DO NOT expose the table saw to rain or operate the in damp locations. MAKE SURE all parts
have been assembled correctly and are in working order. KEEP table surface clear of tools and
debris before starting table saw.
A
STARTING AND STOPPING THE SAW
1. The ON/OFF switch is located under the front
rail on the table saw.
2 To turn the table saw on, press the green ON
button (A-Fig. 35) in about one half inch until
you feel or hear a “click”.
FIGURE 36
3. To turn the table saw off, press the large red
“OFF” paddle (B-Fig. 35).
4. If the power is interrupted, or the saw will not
start, the breaker may have tripped. Press the
“OFF” button and locate the breaker on the
side of the switch box (A-Fig. 36).
Depress the breaker button and Press the
“ON” button to test operation.
A
5. Using a padlock (not provided), it is possible
to lock the switch to prevent unauthorized use.
Lift the red “OFF” paddle and place a padlock
through the holes (A-Fig. 37) in the side of the
“ON” button and then lock the padlock.
FIGURE 37
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OPERATION
CROSSCUTTING
TYPES OF SAWING OPERATIONS
WARNING: Use caution when starting the cut to
prevent binding of the guard against the workpiece.
This cut is performed with the miter gauge set at “0”,
and is used for cutting across the workpiece grain at
90° (blade square with both the edge and flat side of
wood).
WARNING: For your own safety, always observe the
following safety precautions.
• Never make any cut freehand (without using miter
gauge or rip fence). Blade can bind in the cut and
cause a kick back.
• Always lock miter gauge or rip fence securely when
in use.
• Remove rip fence from the table when miter gauge
is in use.
• Remove miter gauge from table when rip fence is in
use.
• Make sure blade guard is installed for all “through
sawing” operations. Through sawing operations are
those operations in which the saw blade cuts completely through the thickness of the wood. Replace
guard immediately after completion of resawing, rabbeting and dadoing.
MITER CUTTING
WARNING: Miter angles greater than 45° may force
the blade guard assembly into the saw blade causing
damage to the blade guard assembly and personal
injury. Before starting the motor, test the operation by
feeding the workpiece into the blade guard assembly.
If the blade guard assembly contacts the blade, place
the workpiece under the blade guard assembly, not
touching the blade, before starting the motor.
WARNING: Certain workpiece shapes, such as molding may not lift the blade guard assembly properly.
With the power off, feed the workpiece slowly into the
blade guard area and until the workpiece touches the
blade. If the blade guard assembly contacts the blade,
place the workpiece under the blade guard assembly,
not touching the blade, before starting the motor. This
cut is performed with the miter gauge, and is used
for cutting at an angle other than 90° square with the
edge of the workpiece.
Frequently check action of anti-kickback pawls by
passing the workpiece alongside the spreader while
saw is off. Pull the workpiece toward you. If the pawls
do not dig into the workpiece and hold it, the pawls
must be sharpened.
• Have blade extend approximately 1/8″ above top of
workpiece. Additional blade exposure increases
hazard potential.
• Do not stand directly in front of blade in case of a
kickback. Stand to either side of the blade.
• Keep your hands clear of the blade and out of the
path of the blade.
• If the blade stalls or stops while cutting, turn switch
OFF and safety disconnect OFF before attempting to
free the blade.
• Do not reach over or behind the blade to pull the
workpiece through the cut, to support long or heavy
workpieces, to remove small cut-off pieces of material or for any other reason.
• Do not pick up small pieces of cut-off material from
the table. Remove them by pushing them off table
with a long stick. Otherwise they could be thrown
back at you by the rear of the blade.
• Do not remove small pieces of cut-off material that
may become trapped inside blade guard while saw is
on. This could endanger your hands or cause a kick
back. Turn saw off. After blade has stopped turning,
lift guard and remove the piece.
• Always lower blade below the table level when
machine is not in use.
BEVEL CROSSCUTTING
WARNING: When possible, use the right miter gauge
slot when bevel crosscutting so that the blade tilts
away from the miter gauge and your hands.
WARNING: Use caution when starting the cut to prevent binding of the guard against the workpiece.
This cut is performed with the miter gauge, and is the
same as crosscutting, except that the workpiece is
also cut at an angle other than 90° square to the flat
side of the wood (blade is at an angle).
COMPOUND MITER CUTTING
This cut is performed with the miter gauge, and is a
combination of miter cutting and bevel crosscutting.
The cut is made at an angle other than 90° to both the
edge and flat side of wood.
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OPERATION
RIPPING
DADOING
WARNING: When bevel ripping and whenever possible,
place the fence on the side of the blade so that the blade
is tilted away from the fence and hands. Keep hands
clear of the blade and use a push stick to feed the workpiece if there is less than 6″ between the fence and the
blade.
This cut is performed with either the miter gauge or rip
fence. Dadoing is done with a set of blades (dado set)
rather than standard saw blades. The dado set is used
to groove wood similar to ploughing and rabbeting. However, the dado set allows operator to remove more material in one pass. The operator, with a dado set, can vary
width of cut up to 3⁄4″.
This cut is performed with the rip fence, and is used to
cut the workpiece lengthwise with the grain. Position the
fence to the desired width of rip and lock in place. When
ripping long boards or large panels, always use a work
support.
Instructions for operating dado set are contained in owner’s manual furnished with dado set. Dadoing requires
cuts which do not go all the way through material. Therefore, the blade guard and splitter must be removed.
Dado sets have different characteristics than saw blades.
BEVEL RIPPING
When using a dado set, a dado table insert (not included) must be used.
WARNING: Before connecting the table saw to the power source or operating the saw, always inspect the blade
guard assembly and riving knife for proper alignment and
clearance with saw blade. Check alignment after each
change of bevel angle.
IMPORTANT: Always use correct insert. When using the
dado set, use caution. Use featherboards and push
sticks as applicable.
WARNING: When possible, place the fence on the right
side of the blade so that the blade is tilted away from the
fence and hands. Keep your hands clear of the blade
and use a pushstick to feed the workpiece if there is less
than 6″ between the fence and the blade.
WARNING: Always immediately replace the standard
blade, blade guard and blade insert when you are
finished dadoing.
FREEHAND
WARNING: Freehand is a very dangerous operation of
making a cut without using the miter gauge or rip fence.
Freehand cuts must never be performed on a Table
Saw.
This cut is performed with the rip fence, and is the same
as ripping, except that the blade is set at an angle other
than 90°.
RESAWING
CUTTING OVERSIZED WORKPIECES
This cut is performed with the rip fence, and is used to
rip a workpiece through its thickness rather than across
its flat width. Do not attempt to resaw bowed or warped
material.
When cutting long workpieces or large panels, always
support workpiece that is not on table. Use adjustable
roller stand or make simple support by clamping a piece
of plywood to saw horse. Add facings to miter gauge or
rip fence as needed.
NOTE: It may be necessary to remove blade guard and
use work supports as well as push blocks when performing this operation.
IMPORTANT: Do not allow facings to interfere with the
operation of blade guard.
WARNING: Install blade guard immediately upon completion of resawing operation.
BLADE SELECTION
Blade selection is based on type of material being cut
and how it will be cut. There are three general types of
saw blades: rip saw blades cut with grain of wood,
cut-off saw blades cut across grain, and combination
saw blades cut with grain, across grain and any angle to
grain.
PLOUGHING
This cut is performed with the rip fence, and is used to
make a groove lengthwise with the grain of the workpiece. Use proper hold downs and feed devices.
RABBETING
IMPORTANT: Your saw is only as accurate and efficient
as the blade or cutting tool used.
This cut is performed with either the miter gauge or rip
fence. Rabbeting is used to cut out a section of the corner of a workpiece, across an end or along an edge. To
make a rabbet requires cuts which do not go all the way
through the material. Therefore, blade guard must be removed. Rabbet cuts can also be made using dado head.
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MAINTENANCE
BEFORE CLEANING OR CARRYING OUT MAINTENANCE WORK, DISCONNECT THE
MACHINE FROM THE POWER SOURCE (WALL SOCKET). NEVER USE WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS
TO CLEAN THE MACHINE. USE A BENCH BRUSH. DO NOT USE COMPRESSED AIR NEAR BEARINGS.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE OF THE MACHINE WILL PREVENT UNNECESSARY PROBLEMS.
1. Keep the inside of the cabinet clear of saw dust and wood chips. With the table saw unplugged, vacuum out
the inside of the cabinet or blow out the inside with an air hose. Be sure to use air pressure no higher than
50 P.S.I. as high pressure air may damage sealed bearings. If blowing sawdust, wear a proper dust mask
and eye protection to prevent debris from being inhaled and blowing into your eyes.
2. The table saw has sealed lubricated bearings in the motor housing that do not require any additional
lubrication from the operator.
3. Use a wire brush to clean off the worm gears and trunnions and apply a white lithium grease to keep them
lubricated.
4. To prevent rust apply a heavy coat of WD-40 to unpainted cast iron surfaces.
5. Before each use: Check the power cord and plug for any wear or damage. Check for any loose screws,
hardware, locking handles, jigs or various lathe accessories. Check the area to make sure it is clear of any
misplaced tools, lumber, cleaning supplies, etc. that could hamper the safe operation of the machine.
WIRING DIAGRAM
This machine must be grounded. Replacement of the power supply cable should only be
done by a qualified electrician. See page 5 for additional electrical information.
As received from the factory, your bandsaw is ready to run at 240V operation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, ALWAYS TURN OFF AND UNPLUG THE MACHINE BEFORE
CARRYING OUT ANY TROUBLESHOOTING.
For parts or technical questions contact: [email protected] or 877-884-5167.
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NOTES
Use this section to record maintenance, service and any calls to Technical Support:
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PARTS DIAGRAM
SAFETY GUARD, SPLITTER
& RIVING KNIFE
28
1
2
3
4
5
6
6A
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
29A
29C
29D
29E
29F
KEY NO.
29
P11-300-1
P11-300-2
P11-300-3
P11-300-4
P11-300-5
P11-300-6
P11-300-6A
P11-300-7
P11-300-8
P11-300-9
P11-300-10
P11-300-11
P11-300-13
P11-300-14
P11-300-15
P11-300-16
P11-300-17
P11-300-18
P11-300-19
P11-300-20
P11-300-21
P11-300-22
P11-300-23
P11-300-24
P11-300-25
P11-300-26
P11-300-27
P11-300-28
P11-300-29
P11-300-29A
P11-300-29C
P11-300-29D
P11-300-29E
P11-300-29F
PART NO.
NOTE: Please reference the Manufacturer’s Part Number
when calling for Replacement Parts. For Parts under Warranty,
the Serial Number of your machine is required.
RIGHT BLADE GUARD
SHOULDERD SCREW
ROUND PIN
M4X10mm ROUND HEAD CUTTING SCREW
M4X6mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
BLADE GUARD SUPPORT ARM
WARNING LABEL
M5x12mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
FIXED SHAFT
7/32 STEEL BALL
SPRING
BUSHING
TWIST GRIP
LEFT BLADE GUARD
M4x8mm COUNTERSUNK HEAD SCREW
RIVING KNIFE
M12 RETAINING RING
RIGHT ANTI KICKBACK FINGER
TWIST SPRING
M3x30mm SPRING PIN
LEFT ANTI KICKBACK FINGER
ANTI KICKBACK FINGER SUPPORT
SPECIAL BOLT
SPRING
FAST NUT BASE
RIVING KNIFE PLATE
RIVING KNIFE SUPPORT
M6x12mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
M6 LOCK WASHER
M6x8mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
M8 BLOCKING NUT(LEFT)
M5x10mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
ST2.9X6.5mm CROSS COUNTERSUNK TAP SCR
ANTI KICKBACK FINGER SUPPORT BEARER
DESCRIPTION
PARTS LIST
SAFETY GUARD, SPLITTER
& RIVING KNIFE
PARTS DIAGRAM
MAIN TABLE & EXTENSION WINGS
SWITCH & CORD ASSEMBLY
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PARTS LIST
MAIN TABLE & EXTENSION WINGS
KEY NO.
30
31
31A
32
33
35
35A
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
45
46
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1/4-28 X 3/8” NYLON SET SCREW
TABLE INSERT
TABLE INSERT PAD
M8X6mm MAGNET
TABLE
M8X12mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
M8X40mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
SPECIAL WASHER (8.3X25X3.5)
M8 LOCK WASHER
5/16-18 X42mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
LEFT EXTENSION WING
SPECIAL WASHER (8.5X20X2)
M8 LOCK WASHER
5/16-18X28mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
MICRO ADJUST FLAT WASHER
RIGHT EXTENSION WING
P11-300-30
P11-300-31
P11-300-31A
P11-300-32
P11-300-33
P11-300-35
P11-300-35A
P11-300-36
P11-300-37
P11-300-38
P11-300-39
P11-300-40
P11-300-41
P11-300-42
P11-300-45
P11-300-46
SWITCH & CORD ASSEMBLY
KEY NO.
60
61
62
63
63A
64
66
68
69
70
73
74
75
75A
76
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
SWITCH PADDLE
M4X25mm ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
SWITCH
SWITCH BOX
SWITCH RESET LABEL
M4X16mm ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
SWITCH SUPPORT
M5 HEX NUT
M5 EXT TOOTH WASHER
M5X12mm PAN HEAD SCREW
RESET SWITH(25Amp,125/250V)
JUMPER WIRE (BLACK)
SWITCH CORD
STRAIN RELIEF(7P-2)
POWER CORD
P11-300-60
P11-300-61
P11-300-62
P11-300-63
P11-300-63A
P11-300-64
P11-300-66
P11-300-68
P11-300-69
P11-300-70
P11-300-73
P11-300-74
P11-300-75
P11-300-75A
P11-300-76
NOTE: Please reference the Manufacturer’s Part Number when calling for Replacement Parts.
For Parts under Warranty, the Serial Number of your machine is required.
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PARTS DIAGRAM
MITER GAUGE
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PARTS LIST
MITER GAUGE
KEY NO.
114
115
116
119
120
121
122
122A
123
124
125
126
127
127A
130
131
132
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
MITER GAUGE BODY
SPECIAL WASHER
SPECIAL SCREW
GUIDE BAR
M4 X 16mm SET SCREW
1/4”x3/4 PIN
M4X10mm PAN HEAD SCREW
M4 FLAT WASHER
PLUNGER
PLUNGER BLOCK
CURSOR
M4X15mm PAN HEAD SCREW
M4X20mm PAN HEAD SCREW
M4 HEX NUT
MITER SCALE
SPECIAL WASHER (8.3X25X3.5)
MITER GAUGE KNOB
P11-300-114
P11-300-115
P11-300-116
P11-300-119
P11-300-120
P11-300-121
P11-300-122
P11-300-122A
P11-300-123
P11-300-124
P11-300-125
P11-300-126
P11-300-127
P11-300-127A
P11-300-130
P11-300-131
P11-300-132
NOTE: Please reference the Manufacturer’s Part Number when calling for Replacement Parts.
For Parts under Warranty, the Serial Number of your machine is required.
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PARTS DIAGRAM
MOTOR & TRUNNION
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200
201
202
203
203A
204
205
205A
205B
205C
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
220A
221
222A
223
224A
225A
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
238
239
240
240A
240B
240C
240D
241
241A
241B
242
242A
242B
243
5/8-18 +C107:C148JAM NUT
ARBOR PULLEY
5x5x15 KEY
M5X12mm PAN HEAD SCREW
ARBOR SPACER
BALL BEARING 6004-2RS
ARBOR RAISING SUPPORT BRACKET
GIB
M5X25mm HEX HEAD SCREW
M5 HEX NUT
ARBOR SLEEVE
WAVE WASHER 6004
BALL BEARING 6004-2RS
ARBOR SHAFT
BLADE (OD: 10” , ID: 5/8”,TEETH: 40)
BLADE FLANGE
ARBOR NUT
M10 x 45mm HEX HEAD SCREW
M10 FLAT WASHER
REAR BRAKET
M10 FLAT WASHER
M10 LOCK WASHER
M10 HEX NUT
BELT (29.5 x 6Rib K)
1/4-20×3/8 HEX SOC SET SCREW
MOTOR PULLEY
5 x 5 x 36mm KEY
MOTOR ASSEMBLY (3HP)
MOTOR SPEC LABEL (3HP)11-300
M8X20mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
M8 LOCK WASHER
M8 FLAT WASHER
MOTOR SUPPORT BRACKET
M10 FLAT WASHER
M10 LOCK WASHER
M10X25mm HEX HEAD SCREW
ELEVATION PIN
M6X8mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
ELEVATING BRACKET
WAVE WASHER
SPECIAL FLAT WASHER
ELEVATING PIVOT BOLT
M6X10mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
M8X30mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
M8 LOCK WASHER
M8 FLAT WASHER
ELEVATING SHAFT ASSEMBLY
M4 x20mm SPRING PIN
WORM GEAR
ELEVATING SHAFT
KEY NO. DESCRIPTION
P11-300-200
P11-300-201
P11-300-202
P11-300-203
P11-300-203A
P11-300-204
P11-300-205
P11-300-205A
P11-300-205B
P11-300-205C
P11-300-206
P11-300-207
P11-300-208
P11-300-209
P11-300-210
P11-300-211
P11-300-212
P11-300-213
P11-300-214
P11-300-215
P11-300-216
P11-300-217
P11-300-218
P11-300-220A
P11-300-221
P11-300-222A
P11-300-223
P11-300-224A
P11-300-225A
P11-300-226
P11-300-227
P11-300-228
P11-300-229
P11-300-230
P11-300-231
P11-300-232
P11-300-238
P11-300-239
P11-300-240
P11-300-240A
P11-300-240B
P11-300-240C
P11-300-240D
P11-300-241
P11-300-241A
P11-300-241B
P11-300-242
P11-300-424A
P11-300-242B
P11-300-243
PART NO.
244
245
246
247
247A
247B
248
249
250
251
251A
252
253
254
255
256
256A
258
259
260
261
261A
262
262A
263
264
265
266
266A
266B
266C
267
268
268A
269
270
274
275
276
277
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
M4 x 22mm SPRING PIN
SPECIAL NUT
FRONT TRUNNION
M6 x 20mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
M6 LOCK WASHER
M6 FLAT WASHER
M8X30mm SPRING PIN
M6X20mm HEX SOC HEAD SCREW
MAIN TRUNNION
RAISE/LOWER SLEEVE
SPECIAL SLEEVE
RAISE/LOWER SPACER
POINTER
M6 FLAT WASHER
M6X16mm CHEESE HEAD SCREW
HANDWHEEL
HANDLE ASSY
HANDWHEEL LOCK KNOB
WORM GEAR
M4x20mm SPRING PIN
TILT SHAFT
M4x22mm SPRING PIN
ECCENTRIC SCREW
SLEEVE
FRONT BRACKET
M10 FLAT WASHER
M10X45mm HEX HEAD SCREW
TILT COLLAR
3/8” FIBER WASHER (t=2mm)
COLLAR
1/4-20 X 1/4” HEX SOC SET SCREW
M6X8mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
M5 HEX NUT
M5 FLAT WASHER (5.4X18X3)
TILT BRACKET
M5X25mm ROUND HEAD SCREW
9/16-18 JAM HEX NUT
M10 FLAT WASHER
M10 LOCK WASHER
M10 HEX NUT
WRENCH (7/8” x 1/2”)
22mm OPEN END WRENCH
2.5mm ALLEN WRENH
3mm ALLEN WRENCH
4mm ALLEN WRENCH
5mm ALLEN WRENCH
6mm ALLEN WRENCH
1/8”ALLEN WRENCH
SPACER
KEY NO. DESCRIPTION
P11-300-244
P11-300-245
P11-300-246
P11-300-247
P11-300-247A
P11-300-247B
P11-300-248
P11-300-249
P11-300-250
P11-300-251
P11-300-251A
P11-300-2252
P11-300-253
P11-300-254
P11-300-255
P11-300-256
P11-300-256A
P11-300-258
P11-300-259
P11-300-260
P11-300-261
P11-300-261A
P11-300-262
P11-300-262A
P11-300-263
P11-300-264
P11-300-265
P11-300-266
P11-300-266A
P11-300-266B
P11-300-266C
P11-300-267
P11-300-268
P11-300-268A
P11-300-269
P11-300-270
P11-300-274
P11-300-275
P11-300-276
P11-300-277
P11-300-280
P11-300-281
P11-300-282
P11-300-283
P11-300-284
P11-300-285
P11-300-286
P11-300-287
P11-300-288
PART NO.
PARTS LIST
MOTOR & TRUNNION
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PARTS DIAGRAM
SAW CABINET
36
301
301A
301B
301E
301F
302
303
304
304A
304B
304C
305
305A
305B
305C
306
307
308
309
310
PART NO.
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311
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
327
328
329
329B
329C
424
425
426
450
M8X20mm HEX HEAD SCREW
M8X40mm HEX HEAD SCREW
M8 HEX NUT
PUSH STICK
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
INSULATOR
NAMEPLATE
WRENCH HOOK
FENCE BRACKET
M4X8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
M4 FLAT WASHER
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
M5X6mm HEX SOC SET SCREW
END CAP
1/4-20 x1/2 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
DUST PORT
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
CABLE CLAMP
DUST CHUTE
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
KEY NO. DESCRIPTION
NOTE: Please reference the Manufacturer’s Part Number
when calling for Replacement Parts. For Parts under Warranty,
the Serial Number of your machine is required.
P11-300-301
P11-300-300A
P11-300-301B
P11-300-301E
M4X8mm ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW
P11-300-301F
HINGE ASSY
P11-300-302
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW P11-300-303
MOTOR COVER
P11-300-304
BIG WARNING LABEL
P11-300-304A
SMALL WARNING LABEL
P11-300-304B
SPONGE
P11-300-304C
5/16-24 HEX NUT
P11-300-305
M8 FLAT WASHER
P11-300-305A
SPRING
P11-300-305B
5/16-24X2.36“ HEX HEAD SCREW
P11-300-305C
KNOB
P11-300-306
CABINET SIDE PANEL
P11-300-307
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW P11-300-308
1/4-20 x3/8 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW P11-300-309
ADJUSTABLE SCREW
P11-300-310
CABINET
SPEC LABEL (11-300)
BEVEL SCALE
CABINET ACCESS DOOR
KEY NO. DESCRIPTION
SAW CABINET
P11-300-311
P11-300-316
P11-300-317
P11-300-318
P11-300-319
P11-300-320
P11-300-321
P11-300-322
P11-300-324
P11-300-325
P11-300-327
P11-300-328
P11-300-329
P11-300-329B
P11-300-329C
P11-300-424
P11-300-425
P11-300-426
P11-300-450
PART NO.
PARTS LIST
WARRANTY
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NOTES
ACCESSORIES
13-299 DADO BLADE TABLE INSERT
Quality cast aluminum construction with 1-1/8” x 7-5/8” blade opening.
Includes four leveling screws.
C10-100 PUSH STICK
Keep your hands clear of the blade with this rigid plastic push
stick. Ergonomic design helps you push material through a
saw, router or other cutting devices giving you better control of
the workpiece while providing safety.
ADDITIONAL TABLE SAW ACCESSORIES
For additional table saw accessories or replacement parts, contact your
local RIKON distributor, or visit the RIKON website at www.rikontools.com.
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11-300
For more information:
16 Progress Road
Billerica, MA 01821
877-884-5167 / 978-528-5380
[email protected]
11-300M1
www.rikontools.com
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