SM100 Spindle Moulder

SM100 Spindle Moulder
Original Instruction Manual
SM100
Spindle Moulder
IMPORTANT
For your safety read instructions
carefully before assembling or using
this product. Save this manual for
future reference.
Version 2.1
January 2011
Woodworking Machines & Accessories
Record Power Ltd
Unit B, Adelphi Way
Staveley S43 3LS
Telephone: 01246 561 520
Fax: 01246 561 537
Email: sales@recordpower.co.uk
www.recordpower.co.uk
HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES
Always follow the instructions provided with the manual. Always wear safety glasses when using woodworking
equipment. Always disconnect the power before adjusting any equipment. Failure to observe proper safety
procedures and guidelines can result in serious injury.
WARNING: Do not allow familiarity (gained from frequent use of your machine and accessories) to become
commonplace. Always remember that a careless fraction of a second is sufficient to inflict severe injury.
Always wear safety glasses when
using woodworking equipment.
Always read the instructions
provided before using
woodworking equipment.
Contents
Terms & Conditions Of Usage
Health & Safety Guidance
page 3
Additional Safety Instructions For Spindle Moulders
page 4
Record Power Guarantee
page 5
EU Declaration Of Conformity
page 27
User Manual
1
Specifications page 6
2
Getting to Know Your Machine page 6
3
Assembly
4
Adjustment & Operation 5
Wiring Diagram page 16
6
Maintenance page 17
7
Troubleshooting page 18
8
Parts List & Diagrams page 7 - 13
page 14 - 15
page 19 - 26
Health & Safety Guidance
READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY
BEFORE ASSEMBLY, INSTALLATION AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
• Inspect electric cords periodically and, if damaged, have them repaired by
an authorized service facility or qualified electrician.
• Inspect extension cords (if used) periodically and replace if damaged.
Always use properly rated extension cord with a minimum core cross
section of 2.5mm2 and a maximum length of 3 metres.
WARNING: When using electric tools, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal
injury.
16. Disconnect Machine.
When not in use, before servicing, changing blades etc. disconnect the
machine from the power supply.
Safe Operation
17. Never leave machine running unattended.
Turn power off, do not leave machine until it comes to a complete stop.
1. Eye Protection.
The operation of any power tool can result in
foreign objects being thrown into your eyes, which can result in severe eye
damage. Always wear safety glasses or other suitable eye protection. Wear
safety glasses at all times. Everyday glasses only have impact resistant
lenses. They are not safety glasses which give additional lateral protection.
2. Keep work area clear.
Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents and injuries.
18. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches.
ENSURE that all adjusting wrenches and keys are removed before switching
the machine ‘ON’.
19. Avoid unintentional starting.
Ensure the switch is in the “STOP” position before turning on the power
from the main electricity supply. Your Record machine already incorporates
low voltage protection. This means the machine will not automatically start
up after say a power cut, unless you first reset the start switch.
3. Consider work area environment.
Do not expose the machine to rain or damp conditions.
• Keep the work area well lit.
• Do not use the machine in the presence of flammable
liquids or gases.
20. Out-door Extension Leads.
Your machine should not be used outdoors.
4. Guard against electric shock.
Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces.
22. Check for damaged parts.
• Before use of the machine, it should be carefully checked to determine
that it will operate properly and perform its intended function.
• Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage
of parts, mounting and any other conditions that may affect its operation.
• A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or
replaced by a qualified person unless otherwise indicated in this instruction
manual. Have defective switches replaced by a qualified person.
• Do not use the machine if the switch does not turn on and off.
5. Keep other persons away (and pets).
Do not let persons, especially children, not involved in the work, touch the
machine, or extension cord (if used) and keep visitors away from the work
area.
6. Store idle tools.
When not in use, tools should be stored in a dry, locked- up place, out of
reach of children.
7. Do not force the machine.
It will do the job better and work more safely if operated at the speed at
which it was intended.
8. Use the right tool.
• Do not force small tools to do the job of a heavy-duty tool.
• Do not use tools for purposes other than those for which they were
intended.
9. Dress properly.
• Non-slip footwear is recommended.
• Do not wear loose clothing, neckties or jewellery; they can be caught in
moving parts.
• Roll up long sleeves above the elbow.
• Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
10. Use protective equipment.
• Use safety glasses. (See note 1. above)
• Use face or dust shield if cutting operation creates dust.
• Use ear plugs or ear defenders when the machine is in use
11. Connect dust extraction equipment.
12. Do not abuse the cord.
Never yank the cord to disconnect it from the socket. Keep the cord away
from heat, oil and sharp edges.
13. Do not overreach.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Secure work.
Ensure that your work piece is properly held before
starting to cut.
21. Stay alert.
Watch what you are doing, use common sense and do not use the machine
when you are tired.
23. Warning!
• The use of any accessory or attachment, other than those recommended
in this instruction manual, or recommended by our Company may present a
risk of personal injury.
24. Have your machine repaired by a qualified person.
• This electric machine complies with the relevant safety rules. Only
qualified persons using original spare parts should carry out repairs. Failure
to do this may result in considerable danger to the user.
25. This machine is designed for planing and thicknessing wood.
• Do not use this machine for any other material
Maintenance and Servicing.
This machine requires very little maintenance. This handbook gives clear
instructions on installation, set up and operation.
Read these instructions carefully. Remember always to switch off and
unplug from the main electricity supply before carrying out any setting up
or maintenance operations.
Should you need advice on the repair or maintenance of this product, our
Customer Service Department can be contacted on 01246 561 520 and will
be happy to assist you.
15. Maintain tools with care.
• Follow instructions for lubrication and changing accessories.
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Additional Safety Instructions for Spindle Moulders
WARNING: Like all power tools there is a danger associated with spindle
moulders. Accidents are frequently caused by lack of familiarity or failure
to pay attention. Use this tool with respect and caution to lessen the
possibility of operator injury. If normal safety precautions are overlooked or
ignored, serious personal injury can occur.
Caution: No list of safety guidelines can ever be complete. Every shop
environment is different. Always consider safety first, as it applies to your
individual working conditions. Use this and other machinery with caution
and respect. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury, damage
to equipment or poor work results.
1. Never allow your hands to come within 12 inches of the cutters.
Never pass your hands directly over or in front of the cutter.
2. Blind cut whenever possible. This keeps the knives on the underside
of the workpiece and provides a distance guard for the operator.
3. When shaping contoured work and using a rub collar, never start
out at a corner. See the ‘rub collar’ instructions, further in the manual.
4. With the machine unplugged, always rotate the spindle by hand
with any new set up to insure proper cutter clearance before starting the
machine.
5. Do not shape stock shorter than 12 inches without special fixtures
of jigs. where practical, shape longer stock and cut to size.
Site Considerations
General Condition:
1.Electrical connection: Steady state voltage: 0.9-1.1 of normal voltage.
Frequency: 0.99-1.01 of normal frequency
Continuously: 0.98-1.02 short time
2.Altitude does not exceed 1000m,
Maximum ambient air temperature is +40oC,
minimum ambiant air temperature is no less than +5oC,
Storage and transportation temperature range is between -15oC
and +55oC,
The relative humidity does not exceed 50% at a maximum temperature of +40oC, higher relative humidity may be permitted at lower temperatures (e.g. 90% @ 20oC).
Floor Load
This machine represents a moderatly large weight load in a small footprint.
Most commercial shop floors will be adequate for the weight of this
machine. Some floors may require additional support. Contact an architect
or structural engineer if you have any questions about the ability of your
floor to handle the weight.
Working Clearances
7. The danger of kickback is increased when the stock has knots, holes
or foreign objects in it. Warped stock should be run through a planer/
thicknesser before attempting to run it through a spindle moulder.
Working clearances can be thought of as the distances between machines
and obstacles that allow safe operation of every machine without
limitation. Consider existing and anticipated machine needs, size of
material to be processed through each machine, and space for auxiliary
stands and/or work tables. Also consider the relative position of each
machine to one another for efficient material handling. Be sure to allow
yourself sufficient room to safely run your machines in any forseeable
operation.
8. Keep the unused portion of the cutter below the table surface.
Lighting and Outlets
9. The use of push sticks as a safety device in some applications is
smart: in others in can be quite dangerous. If the push stick comes in
contact with the cutter on the end grain, it can fly out of your hand.
Potentially causing serious injury. We recommend using some type of
fixture, jig or holding device as a safer alternative. Always use the guard as
described in the manual.
Lighting should be bright enough to eliminate shadow and prevent eye
strain. Electrical circuits should be dedicated or large enough to handle
combined motor amp loads. Outlets should be located near each machine
so power or extension chords are not obstructing high-traffic areas. Be sure
to observe local electrical codes for proper installation of new lighting,
outlets, or circuits.
10. Never force materials through the spindle moulder. Let the cutter
do the work. Excessive force is likely to result in poor cutting and finishes.
It will also cause dangerous kickback conditions.
Dust Collector
6. Never attempt to remove too much material in one pass. You are far
more likely to enjoy safer and higher quality results if you allow the cutter
to remove material in multiple passes.
11. Always ensure that cutters, fence and spindle elevator knob have been
tightened properly before beginning operation.
12. Always feed the work towards the cutter in the direction opposite of
the cutter rotation. Also, using and maintaining a sharp cutter head will
greatly reduce the chance of kickback.
13. Never reach behind the cutter to get the workpiece. Your hand may be
pulled into the cutter in the event of a kickback.
14. If at any time you are experiencing difficulties performing the
intended operation, stop using the machine. Then contact our service
department.
As a rule, this machine must be vacuumed during use. A time relay socket
is available as an accessory. In addition, the vacuum performance must be
sufficient to achieve the required negative pressure and a maximum air
speed of 20m/sec at the connector.
WARNING: Read the manual before assembly and
operation. Become familiar with the machine and it’s
operation before beginning any work. Serious personal
injury may result if safety or operational information is
not understood or followed.
Record Power Guarantee
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 We supply machinery through a network of dealers and authorised
distributors and you should be aware that your contract of sale is with the
retailer from whom you purchased this product. 1.2 If you are not satisfied with this product you should in the first instance
approach the retailer from whom you purchased it.
1.3 Customers have statutory rights to protect them and information on
this can be found at the Citizens Advice Bureau or on such web-sites as that
operated by the DTI (http://www.dti.gov.uk)
1.4 Returning your guarantee card will speed up the claims procedure
and can be very helpful as a proof of purchase should the initial receipt be
mislaid or damaged. We recommend that this is returned as close to your
original purchase date as possible.
1.5 Correct installation, set-up, adjustment and routine maintenance of
the machine are the responsibility of the end-user and problems arising
from incorrect set-up, adjustment or maintenance are not covered by the
terms of this guarantee. However support is available in the first instance
from the retailer who supplied you and free technical support is available
from Record Power on 01246 561 520 during office hours and from an
extensive knowledge base on our website www.recordpower.co.uk. We
also recommend that those users who have not had suitable training in
the safe use of machinery should seek such training locally before using or
attempting to set up and adjust any machinery (please contact your retailer
for recommendations in your local area).
2. GUARANTEE
2.1 In addition to the above Record Power guarantees that for a period of
5 years from the date of purchase the components of this product will be
free from defects caused by faulty construction or manufacture.
2.2 During this period Record Power will repair or replace free of charge
any parts which are proved to be faulty in accordance with paragraph 2.1
above provided that:
2.2.1 You follow the claims procedure set out below;
2.2.2 We are given a reasonable opportunity after receiving notice of the
claim to examine the product. 2.2.3 If asked to do so by us, you return the product to Record Power's
premises or other approved premises such as those of the supplying dealer,
for the examination to take place.
2.2.4 The fault in question is not caused by continuous industrial use,
accidental damage, fair wear and tear, wilful damage, negligence on your
part, incorrect electrical connection, unapproved modification, abnormal
working conditions, failure to follow our instructions, misuse, or alteration
or repair of the product without our approval.
2.2.5 This product has been purchased by you and not used for hire
purposes;
2.2.6 This Guarantee extends to the cost of carriage incurred by you
returning the product to Record Power as long as it is demonstrated that
the defect falls within the terms of this Guarantee and you follow the claims
procedure as outlined below; address below on the last day of this Guarantee at the latest. Late claims
will not be considered.
3.4 We will contact you once we have received your initial written claim. If it is necessary to return the item, in most cases but subject always
to clause 2.2.5, we will arrange for collection or will provide freepost
information to enable return depending on the weight and size of the
product concerned. If the product is to be returned to us, we will agree with
you in advance a Returns Number, to speed tracking of the claim and ensure
the most appropriate method of return to you is used.
4. NOTICE
This Guarantee applies to all goods purchased from an authorised retailer
of Record Power within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland. This Guarantee does not confer any rights other than those
expressly set out above and does not cover any claims for consequential
loss or damage. This Guarantee is offered as an extra benefit and does not
affect your statutory rights as a consumer. Additional written copies of this
Guarantee can be obtained by writing to the address below. Please include
a stamped and self addressed envelope for each copy of the Guarantee
requested.
Record Power Ltd.
Unit B, Adelphi Way
Ireland Industrial Estate
Staveley, Chesterfield
S43 3LS
3. CLAIMS PROCEDURE
3.1 In the first instance please contact the retailer who supplied the
product to you. In our experience many initial problems with machines that
are thought to be due to faulty parts are actually solved by correct setting
up or adjustment of the machines. A good dealer should be able to resolve
the majority of these issues much more quickly than processing a claim
under the guarantee.
3.2 If the dealer who supplied the product to you has been unable
to satisfy your query, any claim made under this Guarantee should be
made directly to Record Power at the address set out at the foot of this
Guarantee. The claim itself should be made in a letter setting out the date
and place of purchase, and giving a brief explanation of the problem which
has led to the claim. This letter should then be sent with proof of the
purchase date (preferably a receipt) to Record Power. If you include a phone
number or email address this will help to speed up your claim.
3.3 PLEASE NOTE that it is essential that the letter of claim reaches the
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1. Machine Specification
Motor Power: 230V~ 50Hz 2800W
Motor Speed: 2800rpm
Table Size: 480 x 690mm
Table Height: 900mm
Spindle Diameter: 30mm
Spindle Travel: 100mm
Table Opening: 200mm
Table Height: 900mm
Table Ring: 200mm
maximum Tool diameter: 200mm
Speeds: 1800/3000/6000/9000rpm
Extraction connector diameter: 100mm
2. Getting to Know Your Machine
Feeder Assembly
Safety Guard
Feed Roller
Extractor Connector
Table
Main Switch (No-volt Release)
Spindle Height Adjustment Handwheel
Spindle Speed Display
Spindle Height Display
Machine Housing
Workstand
3. Assembly
Unpacking
The spindle moulder is shipped from the manufacturer in a carefully packed
carton. If you discover the machine is damaged in any way, please contact
your dealer or our customer service department immediately.
After all the parts have been removed from the carton, you should have:
Spindle Moulder Machine Housing Assembly
Workstand panel x 4 Column x 4 & hardware (1 bag)
Safety Guard Assembly
Feeder Assembly
Fence Extrusion x 2
Tools & Hardwares
Most of your spindle moulder has been assembled at the factory, but some
parts must be assembled or installed after delivery. We have organized the
assembly process into steps.
Please follow in the order presented in this section.
Installing the Work Stand
1, Take 4 panels and 4 columns from main carton.
2, Take the following hardware from the workstand hardware bag.
16-Hex head screw M8x20
32-8mm Flat washer
16-Hex Nut
Fig. 3.1
3, Assemble the work stand as shown in Fig. 3.1.
Installing the Machine Housing Onto Work Stand
WARNING: Do not lift the machine housing without help. This machine
housing is over 70Kg, always seek assistance before attempting to lift the
machine.
Fig. 3.2
1, Place the machine housing over the thread holes on the work stand.
2, Loosen 2 Star type screw to open the machine housing door and remove
6 x Allen Bolt to the sidepanel.
3, Take the following hardware from the workstand hardware bag.
4 x Hex head screw M8x20
8-8mm Flat washer
4 x Hex Nut
4, Secure all screws as shown in Fig. 3.2.
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Installing the Cutting Tools
CAUTION: Install tool on the spindle as low as possible.
It should turn freely in the lowest spindle position. Make sure that tool does
not make contact with the table ring or fence extrusion.
Danger of Personal Injury!
Form a habit of turning the tool by hand before switching machine on to be
sure tool runs clear.
Fig. 3.3
1, Lay the table ring flat into table plate.
The table ring, when mounted, should not stand out over the table surface, in
order to allow workpiece to be pushed smoothly over the table surface. When
doing milling work with a raising cutter, take the table ring out of
the table.
2, Position the moulding tool with the spindle ring onto the spindle and
secure the lock flange with Allen bolt M12x25 (Fig. 3.3).
3, Adjust the moulding tool height on the shaft, using other thickness spindle
ring or rings. The thickness of the spindle ring supplied are 30, 25, 15, 10, 5,
2 & 1 mm.
Installing the Safety Guard
Fig. 3.4
Safety guard
1, Place the safety guard over the threaded holes on the table.
2, Insert the ratchet lever M8x150 with a 8mm large washer into the safety
guard as shown in Fig. 3.4, and thread the ratchet lever clockwise to secure
to the table.
3, Slide the fence extrusion onto the fence extrusion carriage, and secure it.
4, To align the fence extrusion, adjust one or both fence so they are in close
alignment. Check the alignment with a straightedge as shown in Fig. 3.5.
Ratchet Lever
Fence extrusion
Fig. 3.5
Installing the Feeder Assembly
1, Insert the feeder arm into feeder base and secure it with star type
screw M8x25.
2, Place the Feeder Assembly and Anti-kickback Assembly onto the Feeder
Arm and secure it.
Fig. 3.6
Feed roller
assembly
Star type screw
Feeder arm
Feeder base
Anti-kickback
assembly
Installation of the Optional Sliding Carriage
1. To begin installation of the sliding carriage firstly start by attaching the
carriage support strut to the machine body via the securing brackets located
on the body of the machine (Fig. 3.7).
Fig. 3.7
Securing Brackets
Machine Body
2. To do this use the two sets of three nuts, two washers and one bolt
combinations already attached to the carriage support struts (Fig. 3.8).
3. Screw the first bolt into the top hole of the securing bracket.
4. Wind on nuts A and B followed by washer A, then the carriage support
strut, washer B and finally nut C (Fig 3.8).
Fig. 3.8
Washer A
Securing Bracket
Nut A Nut B
Washer B
Nut C
Carriage Support
Strut
5. For the lower hole of the securing bracket repeat step 4 but leave out
washer B as the carriage support strut height adjustment washer is used in its
place (Fig. 3.9).
Fig. 3.9
Height Adjustment Washer
Carriage Support
Strut
6. To attach the carriage to the support struts position the T-slots, located on
the back of the carriage, in line with the fixing bolts (Fig. 3.10).
7. Feed the T-slots onto the fixing bolts and secure in place once in the
desired position.
Fig. 3.10
T-Slots
Fixing Bolts
Carriage Support
Strut
PLEASE NOTE: The carriage can be positioned according to user requirements
such as: length of workpiece, position and location in the workshop or user
preference (Fig. 3.11).
Fig. 3.11
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8. To attach the table to the carriage simply remove one of the stops at either
end of the carriage using a 5mm Allen Key (Fig. 3.12).
Fig. 3.12
Table Stop
Carriage
9. Now slide the pre assembled table and table rollers onto the carriage,
making sure all six runners are in contact with the carriage and re-attach the
stop. The table should move freely and smoothly along the carriage
(Fig. 3.13).
5mm Allen Key
Fig. 3.13
Table Rollers
Carriage
Fine Adjustment of the Optional Sliding Carriage
Now the table is attached to the carriage some fine adjustment may be
required to position the sliding table parallel to the table of the spindle
moulder machine.
There should be a space of 2 to 3mm between the two tables. The sliding
table should also be approximately 1mm higher than the spindle moulder
table.
Fig. 3.14
Washer B
Upper Nut C
Upper Nut B
Upper Nut A
1. To adjust the space between the two tables tighten or loosen the upper
nuts B and C of the two carriage support struts using a 13mm spanner
(Fig. 3.14). By loosening upper nut B then tightening upper nut C it will result
in changes of the verticle angle of the tabe and will be most noticible at the
furthest end of the sliding table.
2. To adjust the height of the sliding table tighten or loosen the lower nut D
of the carriage support struts (Fig. 3.15). This will push the carriage support
strut higher or lower in relation to the spindle moulder table.
Washer A
Securing Bracket
Carriage Support
Strut
Fig. 3.15
Carriage Support
Strut
Securing Bracket
Please Note: The sliding table should be adjusted so that both the distance
between the two tables and the height above the spindle moulder table,
remain constant (Fig. 3.16) as the sliding table is moved along the length of
the carriage. Failure to adjust the table correctly will result in poor quality,
inaccurate cuts.
Fig. 3.16
Lower Nut D
Space Between
Table
Machine Table
90º Angle
Sliding Table
Installation of the Mitre Gauge Onto the
Optional Sliding Carriage
1. Position the mitre gauge on the sliding table so that the two threaded
holes (on the side of the table) and the larger threaded hole (on the top of
the table) line up with the corresponding fixings of the mitre gauge body
(Fig. 3.17).
Fig. 3.17
Large
Threaded Hole
Sliding Table
Smaller
Threaded Holes
Carriage
2. Now secure the mitre gauge in position by firstly placing and tightening
the two allen key screws through the gauge and into the corresponding
screw holes in the table. Access can be obtained through pre-drilled holes on
the outside of the mitre gauge (Fig. 3.18).
Please Note: Do not over-tighten the allen key screws initially as some
movement in the gauge will be required for the next step.
Fig. 3.18
Mitre Gauge
Access Hole
Sliding Table
Allen Key
3. To secure the larger bolt place it through the hole in the top of the mitre
gauge and into the corresponding screw holes in the sliding table.
Once this bolt is in place the smaller allen key bolts can be tightened to
secure the mitre gauge into place (Fig. 3.19).
Allen Key Screw
Fig. 3.19
Large Bolt
Sliding Table
Mitre Gauge
4. Micro adjustment can be made when using the mitre gauge by simply
turning the two eccentric bolts located on either side of the cam lock.
Use the bolt located to the left of the cam lock for adjustment at 90º and the
bolt located to the right of the cam lock for adjustment at 45º (Fig. 3.20).
Fig. 3.20
90º Fine Adjustment
Knob
45º Fine Adjustment
Knob
Cam-Lock
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Installation of the Fence Onto the Optional
Sliding Carriage
1. Align the T-slot on the fence extrusion with the metal runners attached to
the mitre gauge (Fig. 3.21).
2. feed the fence along the metal runners until in the desired position.
Fig. 3.21
Mitre Gauge
Metal Runners
Sliding Table
3. Tighten with a 5mm allen key to hold in position (Fig. 3.22).
Fig. 3.22
Fence
5mm Allen Key
Mitre Gauge
Installation of the Flipover Stop Onto the
Optional Sliding Carriage
1. Slide the flipover stops metal runner into the T-slot of the fence and tighten
the locking handle (Fig. 3.23).
Your flipover stop is now secure.
Fig. 3.23
Locking Handle
Fence
Flipover Stop
T-Slot
2. Fine adjustment can be made to the flipover stop simply by turning the
adjustment knob (Fig. 3.24).
Fig. 3.24
Locking Handle
Flipover Stop
Fence
Adjustment Knob
Installation of the Work Clamp Onto the Optional
Sliding Carriage
The work clamp can be positioned in two places on the table depending on if
you are using the fence at 90º or 45º (Fig 3.25)
Fig. 3.25
Mitre Gauge
Fence
To secure the work clamp in to position simply screw the height adjustment
bar into the 90º or 45º hole (Fig. 3.26, Fig 3.27)
45º Position
90º Position
Table
Fig. 3.26
90º Position
Fig. 3.27
45º Position
Clamping Work in Position
Fig. 3.28
1. To hold your work in place using the work clamp loosen the height
adjustment knob (Fig. 3.28).
2. Slide the work clamp down the height adjustment bar until it comes in
contact with the wood.
3. Tighten the height adjustment knob.
4. Lift up the clamp handle until there is adequate pressure on the
work piece.
5. Your work piece is now secure and ready to be machined.
Work Piece
Clamp Handle
Height
Adjustment knob
Height
Adjustment Bar
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4. Adjustment & Operation
CAUTION: Read the manual before assembly and operation. Become
familiar with the machine and its operation before beginning any work.
Serious personal injury may result if safety or operational information is not
understood or followed.
WARNING: Before you perform this adjustment switch off the power first.
Fig. 4.1
A
Speed Changes
This machine is equipped with a V-belt drive system that controls the speeds.
To change spindle speeds:
1. Unplug the machine.
2. Loosen the two Star type Screw M6 x 30, open the Machine Housing Door.
3. Loosen the Allen Bolt M12 x 40 (Fig. 4.1 a) with allen wrench, Pull the
Motor Tension Lever (Fig. 4.1 b) out.
4. Select the desired speed. 1800 R.P.M., 3000 R.P.M., 6000 R.P.M., 9,000
R.P.M. Fig. 4.2 shows the belt positions for each available speed.
5. Align the belt along the appropriate pulley grooves
6. Push up the Motor Tension Lever (Fig. 4.1 b) and tighten the Allen Bolt
When the belt is properly tensioned, there should be approximately 1⁄4” of
deflection in the center of the belt when you press it with moderate pressure.
7. Tighten all the adjusting bolts.
8. Spin the pulley by hand to ensure proper tracking.
9. Close the door.
B
Fig. 4.2
1800rpm
3000rpm
6000rpm
9000rpm
Fig. 4.3
Adjust the Height of the Spindle
1. Loosen the Spindle Height Lock A (Fig. 4.3).
2. Make sure the fence & table are clear of the moulding tool.
3. Move the spindle up or down with the Spindle Height Handwheel B
(Fig. 4.3) until the desired position is obtained.
To raise = turn counter-clockwise
To lower = turn clockwise
4. Secure the Spindle Height Lock A (Fig. 4.3).
A
B
C
Fence Adjustment
Fig. 4.5
The fence is a two-piece adjusting system. Each fence is independently
adjustable to compensate for different cutting thicknesses and special
moulding applications. To adjust the fence:
1. Loosen the fence lock handle Star type Screw M8 x 25 (Fig. 4.5 a)
2. Turn the Spindle Setting Knob (Fig. 4.5 b) until the fence is set to the
desired position.
3. Tighten the fence lock handle (Fig. 4.5 a).
WARNING: Perform this adjustment only when the spindle and moulding tool
are at a standstill.
B
A
Adjust the Feed Roller
Fig. 4.6
1. Loosen the Star type Screw M8x25 A and B (Fig. 4.6).
2. Move the Feed Roller above the workpiece.
3. Lock the Star type Screw M8x25 A (Fig. 4.6), position the feed roller on the
center line of workpiece.
4. Lock the Star type Screw M8x25 B (Fig. 4.6), secure the roller as close as
possible to workpiece.
5. Loosen the Star type Screw M8x25 C and D (Fig. 4.6).
6. Move the Anti-kickback Plate near the workpiece.
7. Lock the Star type Screw M8x25 C (Fig. 4.6)
8. Lock the Star type Screw M8x25 D (Fig. 4.6), ensure that the plate is as
close as possible to the work piece.
Sanding
CAUTION: To perform this operation, the spindle speed should be at 1800rpm
maximum.
1. Remove the Safety Guard and Feed Roller.
2. Adjust the spindle to Highest Position.
3. Insert the Sanding Drum A to Sanding Sleeve B (Fig. 4.7).
4. Place Support Disc C (Fig. 4.7) and Sanding Drum Assembly onto spindle
5. Secure the Lock Flange D (Fig. 4.7) with Allen Bolt M12 x 25 E (Fig. 4.7).
A
C
WARNING: Before performing this adjustment, switch off the power first.
B
D
Fig. 4.7
E
D
C
B
A
C
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5. Wiring Diagram
The electric motor is designed for the S6 40% operating mode. And the motor is equipped with a thermal protect system, therefore the motor is automatically
switched off in the event of an overload. The motor can be switched on again after a cooling down period that can vary. Electrical connection cables often
suffer insulation damage. Such defective electrical connection cable must not be used as the insulation damaged makes them extremely hazardous.
Check electrical connection cables regularly for damage. Make sure the cable is disconnected from the mains when checking.
Once the machine has been correctly assembled and set up the electricity supply can be connected.
The machine can only be connected to a single phase supply. Before connecting the electrical supply ensure that it is the correct voltage, phase and
frequency, and that it has sufficient capacity for the machine. The relevant information can be found on the rating plate located on the rear of the machine.
Machines supplied for use in the UK are fitted with a BS1363 plug fitted with a 13 amp fuse. Ensure that you use the appropriate plug for use in other
countries. If the plug fitted to the machine is changed for any reason, the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and yellow:
Blue:
Brown:
Earth
Neutral
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals on your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal marked ‘E’ or by the earth symbol ~ or coloured green; or green and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the terminal marked ‘N’ coloured black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to the terminal marked ‘L’ or coloured red.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE MACHINE IS EFFECTIVELY EARTHED.
If in doubt about the connection of the electrical supply consult a qualified electrician.
RCD (Residual Current Device)
For your additional safety we always recommend the use of an RCD (sometimes called Residual Current Circuit Breaker
or Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker).
5. Maintenance
NOTE: Always switch off the motor and disconnect the plug from the power supply prior to any maintenance and cleaning work.
Before operation:
1, Visually check distance which is 3-8mm,between the moulding tool and fence extrusion, between moulding tool and table.
2, Visually check of power cable and power cable plug for damage; if necessary have damage parts replaced by a qualified electrician.
General maintenance:
Check for the following conditions and repair or replace when necessary.
1. Loose mounting bolts.
2. Worn switch.
3. Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
4. Damaged V-belt.
5. Any other condition that could hamper the safe operation of this machine.
Table
Tables can be kept rust-free with regular applications of silicone based wax or silicone rich spray (CWA195).
Lubrication
The only parts on this machine that require periodic lubrication are the ways where the cartridge slide rides on the machine housing and where the worm
gear and bushing are located. Use a light grease or anti-seizing compound on the ways and worm gear, and give the shaft mount a shot of light oil.
V-Belt
Avoid getting grease or oil on the V-belt or pulleys. Check the V-belt, as part of a monthly inspection for proper tension and belt condition. Cracking and
glazing could result in belt failure. Replace the belt if such conditions appear.
Schedule
Regularly blow out air vents with compressed air and keep the exhaust port clear.
NOTE: If using compressed air always wear safety goggles and a dust mask.
For every 1 hour of use, clean and wipe down with light grease:
Table and miter gauge slide
Fence faces
For every 5 hours of use, clean and oil:
Spindle column and cartridge
Offset adjustment mechanisms on fence
All worm drive and other gears
Once a year, replace the V-belt, or as and when worn.
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5. Troubleshooting
Before carrying out any fault service or maintenance work always:
Switch machine OFF
Unplug power cable
Wait for spindle moulder to come to standstill.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Motor is slow or weak
Voltage from source is low. Windings
are burned out or open. Power switch
is defective. Circuit is overloaded with
appliances lights, or other electrically
powered equipment.
Request a voltage check from local power
company. Have the motor checked / repaired.
Have the power switch replaced. Do not use other
appliances or electrically powered equipment on
the same circuit when using the table saw.
Motor overheats
Motor is overloaded. Dull moulding tool.
Request a voltage check from the local power
company. Replace the moulding tool
When moulding, the cut burns the
workpiece, or stalls the motor.
Moulding tool is dull. Work-piece is warped. Sharpen or replace the moulding tool. Replace the
work-piece.
Height Handles are hard to turn.
Dust has collected on the mechanisms
inside the base.
Clean and lubricate the mechanisms inside the
base.
Spindle moulder vibrates excessively.
Floor surface is uneven. V-belt is damaged.
Moulding tool is damaged. Loose bolt,
screws, nuts.
Readjust the levelling feet. Replace the v-belt.
Replace the moulding tool. Tighten all hardware.
Spindle moulder does not start.
Motor cord is not plugged in. Circuit fuse is Plug in motor cord to volt electrical outlet.
blown. Circuit breaker is tripped. Motor cord Replace circuit fuse. Reset circuit breaker. Have
or switch is damaged.
the motor cord or switch replaced.
Power switch does not operate.
Power switch contacts are burned out.
Capacitor is defective. Wiring connections
are loose or damaged.
Have the power switch replaced. Request a
voltage check from the local power company.
Have the capacitor replaced. Have the wiring
connections checked / repaired.
Fuses or circuit breakers open frequently Motor is overloaded. Fuses or circuit
breakers are wrong size or defective. Dull
moulding tool. Power switch is defective.
Feed work-piece more slowly. Replace fuses or
circuit breakers. Replace the moulding tool. Have
the power switch replaced.
Motor stalls, blows fuses, or trips circuit
breakers.
Motor is overloaded. Dull milling tool.
Fuses or circuit breakers are wrong size or
defective. Feeding work-piece too rapidly.
Request a voltage check from the local power
company. Replace the moulding tool. Replace
fuses or circuit breakers. Feed work-piece more
slowly.
Spindle moulder is noisy when running.
Motor is loose or defective.
Have the Motor checked/repaired
Warning: To prevent personal injury and/or damage to the spindle moulder, maintenance and repairs
should be done only by a qualified technician.
6. Parts Lists & Diagrams
No. A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7 Description Spindle shaft Spindle ring F50x30x30mm Spindle ring F50x30x15mm Cutting tool Lock flange Allen bolt M12x25 Wrench 45mm Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. A-8 A-9 A-10 A-11 A-12 A-13 A-14 Description Allen wrench 10mm Starknob screw M8x25 Spindle ring F50x30x25mm Spindle ring F50x30x10mm Spindle ring F50x30x5mm Spindle ring F50x30x2mm Spindle ring F50x30x1mm Quantity
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
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6. Parts Lists & Diagrams - Cont.
No. B-1 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6
B-7 B-8 B-9 B-10 B-11
B-12 B-13 B-14 B-15 B-16 B-17 B-18 B-19 B-20 B-21 B-22 B-23 B-24 B-25 Description Table
Table ring 200/150mm
Table ring 150/110mm
Table ring 110/80mm
End cap, fence
Carriage bolt, M8x40
Guide, bolt
Fence extrusion
Countrsunk head screw M8x20
Fence extrusion carriage
Star type nut
Safety guard
Starknob M8x25
Ratchet lever M8x150
Lock spacer
Dust outlet
Cross recessed pan head screw M5x12
Lock piece, handle
Guide spindle, spindle latch
Hex nut M5
Setting knob, spindle latch
Large washer
Cover, safer guard
Starknob screw M8x25
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
8
2
2
1
6
2
2
2
2
2
1
3
No. B-26
B-27
B-28
B-29
B-30
B-31
B-32
B-33
B-34
B-35
B-36
B-37
B-38
B-39
B-40
B-41
B-42
B-43
B-44
B-45
B-46
B-47
B-48
B-49
Description Feeder base
Block, feeder base
Roll pin 3x10
Allen bolt M8x20
Flat washer 8mm
Spring washer 8mm
Allen bolt M8x25
End cap, feeder arm
Feed arm
Insert, feed arm
Feeder joint
Rod, roller
Rod, roller
Plate, anti-kickback
Pin, roller
Spring washer 8mm
Hex nut M8
Roller frame
Roller house
Hex head screw M6x35
Plate spring
Lock nut M6
Roller bushing
Roller
Quantity
1
1
5
2
4
6
4
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
6
2
2
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
6. Parts Lists & Diagrams - Cont.
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6. Parts Lists & Diagrams - Cont.
No. C-2 C-3 C-4 C-5 C-6 C-7 C-8 C-10 C-11 C-12 C-13 C-19 C-20 C-21 C-22 C-23 C-29 C-30 C-32 C-33 C-34 C-37 C-38 C-39 C-40 C-41 C-42 C-43 C-44 C-45 C-46 C-47 C-48 C-49 C-50 C-51 C-52 C-53 Description Spring washer 10mm Dust outlet Cross recessed pan head screw M4x10 Hex head bolt M10x30 Allen bolt M10x40 Spindle housing Spring Scale wire mount Countersunk head screw M4x6 Spring washer 8mm Allen bolt M8x25 Cup, Spindle guide tube Allen bolt M4x16 Spring washer 4mm Ball bearing 80106 Spindle guide tube Circle 24mm Hex head screw M8x20 Countersunk head screw M5x12 Large washer 6mm Wheel handle Flat key 4x4x12 Spindle shaft Flat key 8x8x25 Lock nut M30 Set screw M6x8 Spindle pulley Large washer 10mm Allen bolt M10x20 Allen bolt M12x40 Hex nut m16 Flat washer 16mm Mount, motor Special nut, 24mm Hex head screw M12x40 Motor pulley Flat key 8x8x40 Joint, tension Quantity
15
1
4
4
8
1
2
1
2
16
12
2
8
8
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. C-54 C-55 C-56 C-57 C-58 C-59 C-60 C-61 C-62 C-63 C-64 C-65 C-66 C-67 C-68 C-69 C-70 C-71 C-72 C-73 C-74 C-75 C-76 C-77 C-78 C-79 C-80 C-81 C-82 C-83 C-84 C-85 C-86 C-87 C-88 C-89 C-90 C-91 Description Hex nut M10 Thread, tension Lever, tension Lock nut M10 Motor Flat washer 12mm Spring washer 12mm Allen bolt M12x30 Thread, joint Joint, motor tension Lock nut M10 Guide bar End stop, guide Allen bolt M10x15 Cross recessed pan head screw M4x12 Lock lever, rise Spring, lock lever Pear plate, lock lever Cross recessed pan head screw M4x6 Flat washer 4mm Pointer Allen bolt M6x25 Bushing, pointer Bracket, pointer Housing, rise shaft Rise shaft Rising spindle Flat key 6x6x14 Carrier, rise gear Worm Bushing, worm Ball bearing 80202 Roll pin 4x20 Gear-helical Thrust bearing 8105 Bushing, spindle Special washer Thin hex nut M20 Quantity
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6. Parts Lists & Diagrams - Cont.
No. Description D-1 D-2 D-3 D-4 D-5 D-6 D-7 D-8 D-9 D-10 D-11 D-12 D-13 D-14 D-15 D-16 D-17 D-18 D-19 D-20 D-21 Hex nut M10 Set screw M10x70 Flat washer 6mm Allen bolt M6x30 Left panel, machine housing Left frame, machine housing Hex Nut M8 Flat washer 8mm Hex head screw, M8x20 Rear panel, machine housing Beam, machine housing Right frame, machine housing Open door, machine housing Star type screw M6x30 Box, switch Display assembly Seal Panel, switch Main switch (No volt release)
Turning switch
Cross recessed sunk head screw M4x10
Quantity
12
4
8
6
1
1
38
114
38
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
No. Description D-22 D-23 D-24 D-25 D-26 D-27 D-28 D-29 D-30 D-31
D-32
D-33
D-34
D-35
D-36
D-37
D-38
D-39
D-40
D-41
Pan head tapping screw M4x10
Pan head tapping screw M4x30
Front panel, machine housing
Scale holder
Spring
Scale
Nut scale
Hex nut M4
Wire scale
Wire holder
Cross recessed sunk head screw M4x10
Cross recessed tapping screw M4x10
View glass
Cross recessed pan head screw M4x10
Column A
Rear panel, workstand
Column B
Side panel, workstand
Column C
Front panel, workstand
Quantity
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
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6. Parts Lists & Diagrams - Cont.
No. Description F-1
F-2
F-3
F-4
F-5
F-6
F-7
F-8
Flat washer 16mm
Castor
Roll pin
Fork, castor
Allen bolt M12x50
Adjustable U-shape bracket
Flat washer 14mm
Hex head screw M10x70
Quantity
No. Description 12
4
6
2
2
2
2
2
F-9
F-10
F-11
F-12
F-13
F-14
F-15
Flat washer 10mm
Sleeve
Rear castor frame
Hex head screw M10x20
Lever, Wheel kit
Special thread
Pin, castor
Quantity
4
2
1
2
1
1
2
6. Parts Lists & Diagrams for Optional Sliding Carriage
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6. Parts Lists & Diagrams for Optional Sliding Carriage
No. 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
Bearing
Support, Sliding Rail
Sliding Table
Support, Sliding Table
Guide Fence Rail
End Stop, Guide Fence Rail
Sliding Rail
Guide Fence
Socket Screw M8x50mm
Nut M8
Nut M8
8” Diameter Washer
Bolt
Base, Bearing
Pivot, Mitre Gauge
Mitre Gauge
Base, Mitre Gauge
Thumb Screw M6x25mm
Workpiece Clamp
Cam
Lever
Pin
Holder Rod
Spring
Pulling Rod
Allen Bolt M6x25mm
6” Diameter Washer
Hex. Nut M6
Quantity
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
13
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
16
8
1
3
No. Description 29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
Hex. Nut M6
Spring Washer 6” Diameter
Hex. Nut M10
Washer 10” Diameter
Allen Bolt M10x40mm
Allen Bolt M6x20mm
Allen Bolt M8x20mm
Adjusting Handle M6
Flower Handle
Holder
Knob
Washer 5” Diameter
Allen Bolt M5x10mm
Circle Ring
Square Nut
Roll
Eccentric Bushing
Hex. Bolt M6x30mm
Washer 8” Diameter
Washer 6” Diameter
Intermediate Plate
Carriage Bolt M6x36mm
Bolt Guide
Folding Stop
Washer 6” Diameter
Bushing
Ratchet Leaver M6
End Cap
Quantity
12
4
4
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EU Declaration of Conformity
Cert No: EU / SM100 / 1
RECORD POWER LIMITED,
Unit B, Ireland Industrial Est.
Adelphi Way, Staveley, Chesterfield S43 3LS
declares that the machinery described: 1.
Type: Spindle Moulder
2.Model No: SM100
3. Serial No .........................................................................
Conforms with the following directives:
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
2006/42/EC
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
2006/95/EC
ELECTROMAGNETIC
2004/108/EC
COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EN 55014-1:2006
EN 61000-3-2:2006
EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1+A2
EN 55014-2:1997+A1
and conforms to the machinery example for which the
EC Type-Examination Certificate No. BM50170155, AN50170154
has been issued by TUV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH
at: Tillystrasse 2, D90431 Nürnberg
and complies with the relevant essential health and safety requirements.
Signed...............................................................Dated: 01/06/2010
Andrew Greensted
Managing Director
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