613 - Wellsaw
MODEL
613
Parts List
Manual
Bandsaw
and
Built better to work stronger and last longer
Operating & Maintenance Manual
REV 151007
2829 N. Burdick St. Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Phone: 269-345-1132 Fax: 269-345-0095
www.wellsaw.com
Index
Model 613 Specifications
General
Automatic Stop
Blade Brushes
Blade Selection Guide
Dash Pot, Hydraulic Feed
Feed Pressure Adjustment
Fixed Vise Jaw
Gear Box Repair
Lubrication
Maintenance
Motor Switch
Notes on Sawing
Placing Blade on Saw
Receiving & Installation
Safety Rules
Servicing Blade Guides
Service Kits
Sliding Vise Jaw
Trouble Shooting
Warranty
Wheel Pitch Adjustment
6
8
24
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6
6
8
8
8
8
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7
3
3
7
9
6
4
9
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Capacity
Rectangular
Round
Flat
4 5° Angle
6' high x 13' wide
7” diameter
13' wide
6' high x 6.5' wide
Blade Speed
50-90-160-250 FPM
Motor
3/4 HP, 115-230/60/1 or 206-230-460/60/3
Drive
V-Belt
Blade Size
3/4” x .035"x8'2-1/2"
Swivel Vise
To 45°
Vise control
Manual Screw
Band Wheels
11' dia.
Height to top of bed
29'
Drawings
Blade Brush Assembly
Blade Guide Assembly
Bed Assembly
Coolant System
Electrical Controls
Frame Assembly
Hydraulic System
Leg & Chip Pan
Motor & Gear Box
Right Tensioning Device
Variable Feed cylinders
16
16
12
18
20
10
18
14
18
14
22
Coolant System
Recommended Workload Weight
Floor Space
600 lbs.
25" x 60'
Shipping weight (approximate)
680 lbs.
Parts Ordering
For your convenience:
When contacting your Wellsaw supplier
or the Company for parts or service,
it is essential that you have both your saw
Serial Number and Purchase Date available.
Jot them down here for handy reference.
Parts Lists & Part Numbers
Blade Brush Assembly
Blade Guide Assembly
Bed Assembly
Coolant System
Electrical Controls/Diagram
Frame Assembly
Hydraulic System
Leg & Chip Pan
Motor & Gear Box
Right Tensioning Device
Variable Feed Cylinders
8 gallon w/115VAC submersible pump
17
17
13
19
21
11
18
15
19
15
23
Serial Number
Purchase Date
Fill out and return your Warranty
Card so that you can be kept
informed of developments
concerning your Wellsaw.
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2. Keep Guards in Place
Keep guards in place and in good working order.
Forward
The Model 613 Wellsaw has been designed and
manufactured to conform to WeIlsaw's recognized
high standards of quality and performance. Each saw
must pass a series of final inspection tests, including
actual metal cutting operations, before it is shipped.
For this saw to provide satisfactory service, it is
necessary that it be properly installed, operated and
maintained. This manual has been prepared to assist
you in carrying out these functions. We urge you to
study this manual and follow its suggestions.
3. Remove Adjusting Keys and Wrenches See
that keys and wrenches are removed from the saw
before operating it.
4. Keep Working Areas
Clean Clutter invites accidents
5. Avoid Dangerous Environment
Do not use power tools in damp or wet locations.
Keep work areas well illuminated.
Receiving and Installation
6. Keep Children Away
Keep all visitors a safe distance from work areas.
Uncrating
7. Use The Right Tools
Do not force a tool or attachment to do a job or
operate at a speed it was not designed for.
Carefully remove the protective crating and skid so
the saw and its parts are not marred or otherwise
damaged. In the event of damage in transit, notify the
carrier and file a Proof of Loss Claim immediately.
Shortages
8. Wear Proper Apparel
Avoid all loose clothing or jewelry which may get
caught in moving parts.
Inspect the complete shipment carefully against the
itemized packing list. Make sure that all items are
present and in good condition. In the event of any
shortage, notify the distributor from whom you purchased the saw and the carrier who made delivery.
9. Use Safety Glasses
Also use a face or dust mask if the cutting operation
being performed requires it.
10. Secure Work
Use proper clamps or the vise to hold work before
cutting.
Utility Hook-Up
The use of a qualified electrician is always recommended when connecting the saw to the main power
supply. Electrical codes differ from area to area and it
is the customers responsibility to ensure that his saw
complies with applicable codes. Your Wellsaw is prewired at the factory for a specified voltage. Always
check the motor and electrical panel to ensure that
they are both wired to correspond to your electrical
power supply.
11. Do Not Over Reach
Keep your footing and balance at all times. Clean up
all liquids spilled in work area.
12. Maintain Tools in Top Condition
Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest
performance. Follow instructions for lubrication,
maintenance and changing accessories
Safety Rules
13. Disconnect Power
Before servicing and when changing accessories such
as blades, disconnect the power supply.
1. Know Your Saw
Read this manual carefully. Learn your saws' application and limitations as well as the specific potential
hazards peculiar to this machine.
14. Use Recommended Accessories
Consult this Manual. The use of improper accessories
may be dangerous and can damage the saw.
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Notes on Sawing
Trouble Shooting
It is widely recognized that a proficient operator is a
key to optimum bandsawing. He makes certain the
machine is properly maintained and adjusted for dependable operation. He carefully sets up each cutting
job to prevent damage to the machine and obtain the
best performance from the equipment.
Premature Dulling of Blade Teeth
1. Feed rate too high or low. Check recommendation.
2. Blade speed too slow or too fast.
3. Faulty material; heavy scale, hard spots, etc.
4. Verify material analysis.
5. If coolant flow is not covering saw teeth, increase
coolant flow rate.
6. If saw is vibrating in cut, reduce blade speed or
increase feed rate.
7. Chipped or broken teeth may be lodged in cut.
8. "Chip welding" caused by improper feed and speed.
9. Incorrect coolant mixture.
10. Incorrect blade selection.
11. Improper break-in of ne w blade. New blades
should be run initially with reduced feed pressure for
approximately 50 to 100 square inches of cutting.
12. Saw blade teeth may be hitting blade guides.
Check for proper blade size and guide adjustment.
Blade dealers can be very helpful in selecting the
grade and proper tooth blade for each sawing job. All
blades should be straight, have sharp teeth with uniform set, and be "broken in" at a reduced feed rate to
obtain good cutting performance and blade life.
Every cutting situation has special characteristics
requiring some experimentation to determine which
blade, speed and feed rate will achieve the most satisfactory result. Cutting charts indicate a good starting
point, but must be modified by direct experience if
optimum performance is desired. (See page 24)
Here are some helpful pointers for adjusting speed and
feed for good cutting performance.
Saw Blade Vibration
1. Make sure the saw is cutting a good chip from the
workpiece.
1. Incorrect blade speed for material being cut.
2. Blade tension insufficient.
3. Back-up bearing may be worn.
4. Incorrect choice of saw tooth pitch.
5. Incorrect coolant mixture.
6. Incorrect feed setting. Increase feed pressure.
7. Workpiece not firmly clamped in vice.
8. Worn or improperly adjusted saw guides. Check and
make necessary adjustments or repairs.
2. Watch for blue chips or excessive "smoke"
indicating heat in the cut which could damage the blade
or work-harden the material being cut.
3. Watch for excessive vibration or chatter marks on
the cut-off piece indicating possible damage to saw
teeth by "hammering".
4. Check the cut-off piece for flatness. A dull blade or
excessive feed will produce a "belly" in the cut.
Blade Teeth Chipping or Ripping Out
5. Inspect the blade for worn, rounded or shiny cutting
edges. Avoid force cutting which will allow chips to
"weld" to saw teeth and eventually cause the teeth to be
stripped off the blade.
1. Blade pitch too coarse. Use a fine pitch saw blade
on thin work sections.
2. Improper break-in of new blade. Do not start a new
blade in an old cut.
3. Work piece not held firmly enough. Clamp work
securely.
4. Introduce cooling if it is not being used.
5. Faulty material; scale or hard spots.
6. Blade gullets may be loaded. Use higher viscosity
lubricant or coolant.
7. Blade speed and feed may need adjustment.
6. When experimenting, start with a slow speed and
feed rate. Gradually increase blade speed and then feed
pressure by small amounts until adverse effects are
noted. You can then set the speed and feed at a
reasonable level for continuous cutting. Remember that
blade speed and feed pressure must be balanced to keep
cutting a good chip.
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3. Blade guides too far apart. Always set blade
guides as close to work piece as possible.
4. Blade may be dull. Check and replace if necessary.
5. Feed pressure too high. Reduce it.
6. Blade guides loose, worn or out of alignment.
7. Too many teeth-per-inch. Blade not cutting freely.
8. Chip brush not cleaning teeth properly.
9. Dirty coolant.
10. Check for loose nuts, bolts, etc.
Premature Blade Breakage
1. Poor weld in blade.
2. Feed rate set too high. Reduce it.
3. Excessive blade speed. Adjust it.
4. Blade guides set too tight or misaligned.
5. Blade tension set too high.
6. Blade running against flange on wheels. Adjust
wheel pitch.
Blade Squeal
1. Feed rate too light for blade speed. Increase feed
rate and/or reduce blade speed.
Rough Cut I Poor Finish
1. Excessive feed rate. See recommendations.
2. Blade too coarse. Use finer blade pitch.
3. Inadequate cutting fluid. Change.
Blade Slips Off Blade Wheels
1. Blade not tensioned correctly.
2. Wheel pitch not set properly.
3. Guides set too tight.
Blade Stalls In work.
1. Insufficient blade tension.
2. Excessive feed pressure.
3. Blade tooth spacing too coarse.
4. Motor worn or defective.
5. Guides too tight against blade.
Gullets of Blade Teeth Loading
1. Blade pitch too fine. Review blade selection.
2. Incorrect blade speed. Consult cutting chart.
3. If not using coolant, apply it.
Blade Does Not Track Properly
1. Set wheel pitch so that blade runs to wheel flange
but not against it.
2. Is blade tension proper?
3. Is back of blade riding against back-up bearing? If
not, adjust guides.
Chips Welding to Blade Teeth
1. Cutting rate too high.
2. Chip brush may be out of adjustment.
3. Check coolant and application.
Blade Becoming Scored
1. Saw guides may be worn. Check and replace if
necessary.
2. Too much pressure on saw guides. Adjust.
3. Guides may be out of alignment.
Motor Overheating
1. Check for correct voltage supply. Check voltage at
motor. Check magnetic starter heaters.
2. Check for loose electrical connections.
3. Does motor amp reading correspond to rating on
motor specification tag?
4. Is internal motor wiring correct?
5. Is drive belt over-tightened?
Blade Making Belly-Shaped Cut
1. Blade tension too light. Increase it.
2. Saw guides too far from work piece.
3. Blade pitch too fine. Use larger pitch and positive
rake tooth form.
4. Feed force too heavy. Decrease it.
Inaccurate Cut-Off
1. Is conveyor or stock stand level with saw bed?
2. Insufficient blade tension.
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Speed Selection
Operating Instructions.
Saws are equipped with step pulleys providing blade
speeds of 50, 90, 160 and 250 feet-per-minute. High
speeds are suggested for cutting thin-wall tubing,
channels, aluminum, brass or any metal that will not
burn blade teeth. Use medium speed for general cutting such as cold rolled, machine steels, heavy channels, etc. Run at low speed for cutting nickel steels or
any metal requiring a slow speed on a lathe. When
cutting brass, use a blade that has not been used on
other metals and apply beeswax to the teeth. See page
22 for suggested Blade Speed combinations.
Cutting Tips
1. For longer blade life, start each cut carefully.
2. For new blade, reduce feed pressure on first two
cuts or about 100 square inches.
3. Keep blade guides as close to the vise jaws as
possible.
4. Make sure all four legs of the saw are in solid
contact with the floor.
Automatic Stop
When the blade has completed a cut through the
material, the saw frame activates a limit switch which
shuts the motor off.
Belt
Pivoted mounting provides for quick belt change. With
the belt in pulley grooves for the desire speed, swing
motor to put proper tension in the belt. Tighten thumb
screw to hold motor in proper operating position.
When changing a blade or doing any other maintenance or repair, be sure the automatic stop is engaged or
disconnect the main power supply.
Fixed Vise Jaw
It is necessary to raise the saw frame clear of this limit
switch actuator before the saw can be started.
The two pins in the fixed vise jaw should be kept in
place the ensure square cuts. For cutting angles, the
pins must be removed to the desired position and
tightened with clamp bolts. The vise pins allow you to
quickly relocate the fixed vise jaw for approximate 900
cutting. For final, accurate cutting, the fixed vise jaw
should be squared with the blade. [See Blade Guide
Alignment.]
Dash Pot
Machines are equipped with a dash pot [frame check]
for the purpose of stabilizing downward travel of the
saw frame, thereby protecting the saw blade from
damage. The action of the dash pot is hydraulic and
controlled by fluid being passed through an orifice in
the piston on the downward stroke.
Sliding Vise Jaw
The sliding vise jaw is fitted with a lift plate and
ratchet dog for quick action. A hand wheel tightens the
vise on the workpiece. Excessive pressure is not needed
to hold the workpiece securely!
Fill within 1" of the top of the bottom cylinder with
Mobil Velocite Oil #6 or equivalent.
Frame Weight Adjustment
Maximum Capacity
The position of the collar in relation to the spring on
the dash pot acts as the frame weight adjustment.
To obtain maximum vise capacity, remove vise jaw
pins and move fixed vise toward motor end to the last
two holes in the bed. Make sure the stock in the vise
will not strike the ratchet arm.
The proper frame weight is approximately 10 lbs. and
is obtained by positioning the top of the collar 4" down
from the top edge of the upper cylinder. For less frame
weight, loosen the collar and move it down toward the
tension spring. Reverse this action for more frame
weight.
Feeding Pressure
Feed pressure is varied by moving the weight on the
top side of the frame. Blade pressure increases as the
weight is moved toward the open end of the saw.
Excessive pressure may cause a run-out of the blade.
[See page 22 for recommendations.]
Too much frame weight will cause the blade to make
crooked cuts!
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adjustment. If you then find the saw blade is not
square with the stationary vise jaw, the blade must be
adjusted.
Placing Blade on Saw
1. Raise saw frame.
2. This adjustment is. made with the top two Allen
screws on the roller adjusting block of the guide arm.
Looking at the drawing, you will see these adjusting
screws labeled "A" and "B".
2. Open Idle and Drive Wheel guards.
3. Loosen Rite Tension take-up screw and remove old
blade. In the event of a broken blade, be sure Rite
Tension is open by turning take-up screw counterclockwise at least six [6] turns.
3. To make a vertical adjustment of the saw blade, so
that the cut is square from top to bottom, the blade
must be set so that it is perpendicular to the bed. In
making this adjustment, clean the saw bed first.
4. Uncoil new blade. Make certain the blade teeth
point in the direction of blade travel which is toward
the motor. If not, turn blade inside out to have the
proper tooth direction.
4. Set the rule of the combination square on the saw
bed with the end of the rule butted against the blade
above the set of the saw teeth. Use a 1-1/2 thousandths
(.0015") shim and slide it along the top and the bottom
edge of the rule where it meets the saw blade. If the
shim slides between the blade and the rule at either the
top or bottom, the roller supports must be adjusted by
using the bottom Allen screws marked "C" and "D" to
obtain the correct 90° angle.
5. Place new blade on the guides and the band wheels.
6. Grasp blade on frame side and push it toward guide
bracket beam to hold it in position while turning the
Rite Tension take-up screw.
7. Tighten blade to proper tension. Blade is properly
tensioned when the take-up screw is tightened until the
mechanism bottoms out.
Adjust the side roller guides with the eccentric axle
until both rollers contact blade. When this adjustment
has been made, the roller should be adjusted so that
the PATH OF THE BLADE IS STRAIGHT and the
blade is not forced to curve around the rollers. The top
roller guide should be in contact with the top of the
blade at all times. When running idle, this contact
pressure should be very light
Maintenance Instructions
Wheel Pitch Adjustment
If the saw blade runs too low or off the wheels, or runs
too high and rubs the wheel flange, a wheel pitch
adjustment must be made. Loosen the blade before
making the following adjustments.
Idler Wheel
Blade running too low or off the wheel. Adjust the Idler
Wheel Block. Loosen one-half [112] turn the two cap
screws in the block closest to the take-up screw end.
Tighten by one-half turn [112] the two cap screws in the
opposite end of the block. Repeat if more adjustment is
necessary.
Blade Guide Alignment
To properly align the saw blade for a straight and
accurate cut, do the following.
Blade running too high and running against the Idler
Wheel Flange. The blade can become distorted, its top
edge rolled over and the wheel flange will wear excessively. To correct this, loosen by one-half [112] turn the
two cap screws opposite the take-up screw on the wheel
block. Tighten the two cap screws closest to the
1. Check the stationary vise jaw. Make sure it is
square. To do this, place a combination square against
the vise jaw slot in the saw bed. Slide the square
toward the stationary vise jaw. Make the necessary
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take-Up screw end. Repeat if necessary.
Preventive Maintenance
Drive Wheel:
Blade running too low or off the drive wheel.
Loosen the two cap screws closest to the motor
end of the wheel plate by one-half [1/2] turn.
Tighten the two hollow-head screws at the same
end by one-half [1/2] turn. Repeat if more
adjustment is necessary.
Make certain that all screws are tight after
adjustments have been made.
Gear Box Repair
1. Remove gear box from saw.
2. Remove four machine screws holding gear box
together.
3. Separate gear box by carefully prying castings
apart at a location near pulley shaft. Caution: Do not
use excessive force!
4. Once the gear box is open, the internal parts may
be inspected for wear.
5. Liquid plastic gasket is used to seal the gear case.
Use Loctite No. 51580 or equivalent.
Blade Brushes
Brushes should be cleaned frequently in kerosene
and reversed to take advantage of both rows of
bristles. For efficient cutting, replace worn blade
brushes. In replacing brushes, be sure bristles are
bent in the direction the blade travels.
Switch
A "Stop-Start" switch across the line controls the
motor. A heater coil breaks the circuit if an overload
occurs. Allow time for the coil to cool before restarting
the saw. An automatic shut-off operates when the saw
frame contacts a limit switch. Low voltage protection is
provided by the magnetic starter. A separate switch
controls the automatic coolant system.
Caution: Disconnect the electrical supply and press
emergency STOP button before performing any
maintenance. DO NOT service the Dash Pot unless
the frame is in the Down position or resting on a
mechanical stop, such as a block of wood.
Daily
1. Keep the saw clean and free of chips.
2. Maintain the coolant level and keep the coolant
tank and filter clean of chip accumulation or sludge.
Monthly
1. Check, adjust and replace blade brush as needed.
2. Lubricate drive gears.
3. Inspect guides and bearings.
4. Inspect drive belt.
5. Clean coolant tank and filter as needed.
Annually
1. Check hydraulic oil level.
2. Replace guide rollers.
3. Inspect gear box. Lubricate as needed.
Lubrication
Correct and adequate lubrication is a very important
factor in determining the life and service of your
Wellsaw. It is essential that all dust, dirt, chips, etc. be
thoroughly removed before lubricating the saw. The
following lubrication recommendations cover usual
saw applications. Heavy use and hostile environments
may indicate more frequent lubrication for best saw
performance.
Vise Screw, Ring Gear, Drive Pinion
1. Inspect monthly.
2. Use anti-seize on vise screw.
3. Use Extreme Pressure Open Gear Lube sparingly
on Ring Gear and Drive Pinion.
Gear Case
1. Inspect after 3 years (6,000 hours).
2. Use Mobilgrease XHP 220 or equivalent.
3. Viscosity: Heavy grease, drop point 550 EF.
4. Military Specification: None.
Hydraulic Cylinder [Dash Pot]
1. Inspect annually. Fill to within 1" of the top of the
bottom cylinder. Drain and replace every 5 years
(10,000 hours).
2. Fill with Mobil Velocite Oil #6 or equivalent.
3. Viscosity at 100°F: SUS 57-61.
4. Military Specification: None.
This Wellsaw is warranted against defects in material
and workmanship installed or performed at our factory.
Within one year from the date of purchase, we will,
free of charge, at our option, either repair or replace
any part of the Wellsaw which our examination
discloses to be defective because of workmanship or a
defect in material, and to make any necessary service
adjustments as required. This warranty does not apply
if the Wellsaw has been subject to accident, alteration,
abuse, misuse or which fails due to lack of care or as
the result of inadequate power supply and specifically
does not apply to normal wear of moving parts such as
bearings, gears, pinion or blade. There are no
warranties beyond the description on the face
hereof
Motor
1. Inspect annually. Relubricate every 2 years (4,000
hours) 1 to 2 full strokes.
2. Use Shell Dolium R or equivalent.
3. Viscosity: Heavy Grease, Drop Point 219° C.
4. Military Specification: None.
Model 613 History
Model #5 - the forerunner of the current Model 613
Wellsaw - was introduced in 1936. You can identify
many of the same parts of the original Model #5 which
are still used on Model 613. Just look for Part Numbers
with the suffix "A" such as the ring gear and the
stationary vise.
Wellsaw shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damage suffered or incurred with respect to
defective material or workmanship.
All transportation costs or parts submitted to Wellsaw
under this warranty must be paid by the saws' owner.
No products or parts are to be returned to our factory
without first obtaining written permission.
The changes that have been made are, essentially, a
matter of improvements. Model #5, for instance, had a
5" x 10" cutting capacity, a 112" bandsaw blade and a
]J3HP motor. About 6700 Model #5's were built
through 1956.
Then the Model 600 was introduced with a 6" x 13"
cutting capacity, a 5/8" blade and a 3/4 HP motor and
5300 of this version were produced.
Model 613 - a more accurate description of the developing saw - began to come off the line in 1985,
stepping up to a 3/4" blade, a built-in coolant system
and the Rite Tension device to give more positive
blade tension control. More recent improvements
include a precision ground bed to greatly improve
cutting accuracy and low voltage operator controls.
1 Year
M-426
Blade Brush
2 req'd.
2 Years
We hope you'll agree that constant improvement
through more than thirty years of field experience and
over 13,000 bandsaws has produced one of the most
productive, durable and accurate bandsaws available,
anywhere.
100406-001
100416-001
100066-005
M-426
M-166
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Bearing
Bearing
"V" Belt
Blade Brush
Dash Pot Cup Leather
2 req'd.
4 req'd.
1 req'd.
2 req'd.
1 req'd.
Frame Assembly
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1 A-049
2 100063
BACK BLADE GUARD
THUMB SCREW, W/ WASHER,
1/4-20 X 112
3 100034-001
SET SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/16 (2 REO)
4 M-102
SLIDING WEIGHT POST (2 REO)
5 A-101
SLIDING WEIGHT BAR
6 100000-024
MACHINE SCREW, RD HD,
1/4-20 X 3/8
7 M-857
SLIDING WEIGHT SPRING
8 M-807
SLIDING WEIGHT
9 100042-005
THUMB SCREW, 3/8-16 X 2 1/2
10 100024-003 WING NUT, 3/8-16
11 103222
WHEEL PLATE
12 100004-018
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
5/16 - 18 X 1, (4 REO)
13 100034-005
SET SCREW, 5/16-18 X 3/4 (4 REID)
14 100065-007 HEX NUT, 5/8-18
(1 PER WHEEL ASSY)
15
RITE TENSION & SLIDE BLOCK ASSY
(SEE PAGE 14)
16 100004-099 CAP SCREW, HEX HD,
5/16-18 X 2 1/4 (2 REO)
17 100025-002 LOCK WASHER, 5/16
18 103228
IDLE WHEEL GUARD
19 103219
FRAME
20 105616
DRIVE WHEEL GUARD
21 105424-001
WHEEL ASSY COMPLETE, DRIVE
END (INCL ITEMS 23 THRU 30)
22 105425-001
WHEEL ASSY COMPLETE, IDLE
END (INCL ITEMS 27 THRU 31)
23 A-086
INTERNAL RING GEAR
24 101785-001 BAND DRIVE WHEEL, 3/4 BLADE
25 100025-001 LOCK WASHER, 1/4 (2 REO)
26 100004-053 CAP SCREW, HEX HD,
1/4-20 X 1 (2 REO)
27 100019-016 HEX JAM NUT, 5/8-18
(1 PER WHEEL ASSY)
28 100414-003 BALL BEARING
(2 PER WHEEL ASSY)
29 105415
WHEEL SPACER
(1 PER WHEEL ASSY)
30 105420
WHEEL AXLE
(1 PER WHEEL ASSY)
31 101786-001 BAND IDLER WHEEL, 3/4 BLADE
32 100004-019 CAP SCREW, HEX HD,
5/16-18 X 1 1/8, (2 REQ)
33 101782
GUIDE BRACKET BEAM
34 100169
TUBE CLAMP (2 REO)
35 100000-010 MACHINE SCREW, RD HD,
8-32 X 5/16, (2 RECD
36 100029-008 FLAT WASHER, 5/8
37 100020-005 HEX NUT, SELF LOCKING, 5/8-11
38 100004-018 CAP SCREW, HEX HD 5/16-18 X 1
Frame Assembly
11
Bed Assembly
12
1
155072
2
3
101184
100053-005
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
100030-007
100410-001
150068
100116-007
155070
100052-024
150069
100136-006
100136-001
100000-010
14
15
16
17
19
20
150067
100034-008
150082
150070
150190
100008-072
21 100004-013
22
23
24
25
26
100025-002
A-046
101171
A-010
100004-019
27 102360
RITE TENSION ASSEMBLY
(INCL 2 THRU 17)
HANDLE
ROLL PIN, 3/16 X 1
Rite Tensioning Device
FLAT WASHER, SAE 1/2
THRUST BEARING
BEARING HOUSING
BELLEVILLE WASHER
TAKE-UP SCREW
DOWEL PIN, 3/16 X 11/16
TURN COUNTER
SPRING, LARGE DIAMETER
SPRING, SMALL DIAMETER
MACHINE SCREW, RD HD
8-32 X 5/16 (2 READ)
BLADE TENSION HOUSING
SET SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1/4
NYLON BUTTON
TENSION ADJUSTER
TENSIONER SUPPORT
CAP SCREW, SOCKET HD
5/16-18 X 3/8 (2 REC.)
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
5/16-18 X 518 (4 REQ)
LOCK WASHER, 5/16 (4 AM)
SLIDE BLOCK GUIDE (2 REQ)
SLIDE BLOCK
WHEEL ADJUSTING BLOCK
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
5/16-18 X 1-1/8 (4 REQ'D)
SPACER (4 REQ)
Leg & Chip Pan
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
M-250
155006
155106
150078
100025-001
100004-004
8 100029-004
9 100025-003
10 100004-027
11
SPLASH GUARD
CHIP PAN
LEG (2 REQ)
COOLANT ASSY. (SEE PAGE 18)
COOLANT TANK HANGER (2 REQ)
LOCK WASHER, 1/4 (4 REQ'D)
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
1/4-20 X 1/2, (2 REQ)
FLAT WASHER, 3/8 (4 REQ)
LOCK WASHER, 3/8 (4 REOD)
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
3/8-16 X 1 (4 REQ)
ELECTRICAL CONTROL ASSY
(SEE PAGE 20)
15
1
2
101172-001
100034-003
MOTOR PULLEY, 4 STEP
SET SCREW, 5/16-18 X 3/8
3
100056-013
KEY, 3/16 X 3/16 X 1 1/2
100840-001
MOTOR 1 HP, 115-230/60/1
100840-004
MOTOR 1 HP, 208-230-460/60/3
4
5
100017-002
HEX NUT, 5/16-18 (4 REQ)
6
100025-002
LOCK WASHER, 5/16 (4 REQ'D)
7
8
100029-003
105330
FLAT WASHER, 5/16 (4 REQ'D)
MOTOR MOUNT
9
100004-016
CAP SCREW, HEX HD
Motor & Gear Box
20 100068-001
SNAP RING
5/16-18 X 718 (4 REQ)
21 100072-001
EXPANSION PLUG
22
100053-005
ROLL PIN 3/16 X 1
DRIVE PINION GEAR
10
100066-005
V-BELT
11
101156
DRIVEN PULLEY, 4 STEP
23
101645-FP
101644SERV DRIVE SHAFT
12
155132
GEAR BOX ASSY ITEMS 13 - 28
24
13
101291
GEAR CASE COVER before sn 1390
25
100068-061
CAP SCREW %-20 X 1-1/2 (2)
150233
GEAR CASE COVER after sn 1390
26
100404-001
BEARING (2 REQD)
100068-002
SNAP RING
27
101286S
DRIVEN GEAR (STEEL)
BALL BEARING
28
100056-001
SQUARE KEY 3/16 X 1-1/2
105531
BELT GUARD
14
15
100414-003
16
101187
PULLEY SHAFT
29
17
100404-002
BALL BEARING
30
18
M-013
GEAR CASE
19
100008-086
CAP SCREW, %-20 X 2 (2 REQD)
100063
31 100318-005
THUMB SCREW
GEAR BOX LUBE
Coolant System
1
2
100220-023
100219-001
COOLANT HOSE 94"
HOSE CLAMP (2 REQ)
3
102617
HOSE ADAPTER
4
100226
NEEDLE VALVE
5
101670
COOLANT NOZZLE
6
100246
PIPE STRAP (2 REQ)
7
100000-018
MACHINE SCREW, RD HD
10-32 X 3/8 (4 REQ)
8
100249-010
COOLANT PUMP
9
150066
COOLANT TANK WITH FILTER
10
11
155119
SIGHT GAUGE no longer available
COOLANT SYSTEM COMPLETE, FOR FIELD
INSTALLATION.
INCLUDES ITEMS 1 THRU 10 PLUS
COOLANT SELECTOR SWITCH
19
1
2
3
4
5
100612-013
100796-019
100240-001
100612-002
100870
6
100869
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
100869-001
100869-002
100000-017
100628-017
155115
100796-010
100867
100867-029 *
100888-B175
100888-B820
100888-B485
100888-B415
100888-B210
100867-015
100867-011
100867-013
100867-010
098048-050
100000-041
155118
16
155118-001
17
18
105977
150344
12
CONNECTOR, TB-2524 HUB
CONNECTOR, 112,TB-370
CONDUIT LOCKNUT, 1/2
CONNECTOR, TB-2523
ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE
Electrical Controls
W/BACK PLATE & COVER
TRANSFORMER,
230-460/60/1 TO 115/60/1
TRANSFORMER, 208/60/1 TO 115/60/1
TRANSFORMER, 575/60/1 TO 115/60/1
MACHINE SCREW, RD HD 10-32 X 1/4
FUSE, FNA 2-1/2 AMP
FUSE BLOCK ASSY,
GROUND SCREW, 10-32 X 3/8
MAGNETIC STARTER BEFORE S/N 1916
MAGNETIC STARTER S/N 1916 &LATER
HEATER, 115/60/1 BEFORE S/N 1916
HEATER, 230/60/1 BEFORE S/N 1916
HEATER 208/60/3 (3 REQD) < SN 1916
HEATER, 230/60/3 (3 REQD) <SN 1916
HEATER, 460/60/3 (3 REQD) < SN 1916
IEC OVERLOAD RELAY 115/1
IEC OVERLOAD RELAY 208/230/3
IEC OVERLOAD RELAY 230/1
IEC OVERLOAD RELAY 460/3
GASKET, SC 41, 1/8 X 3/4 X 50"
MACHINE SCREW, RD HD 10-32 X 1/2
FRAME REST ASSY
W/CORD (INCL ITEM. 16 THRU 24)
FRAME REST W/TRIP BAR,
(INCL ITEMS 17 THRU 19)
FRAME REST
SWITCH BAR WELDMENT
19
20
100165-005
100782-012
21
22
23
24
25
100606-001
100612-014
100015-005
100026-001
100716-003
26
27
28
29
30
100612-015
155094
100612-016
100612-001
155117
31
155095
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
150230
100871-003
100871-001
100871-013
100871-004
100871-005
100025-001
100004-005
SHOULDER BOLT, 5/16 X 3/4
KILL SWITCH (LIMIT-SWITCH
115V W/SCREWS)
SEALING RING
ELBOW 90, TB-2269
HEX NUT, 6-32 (2 REQ)
WASHER, SHAKE PROOF #6 (2 REQD)
ELECTRICAL CORD W/PLUG
(115V ONLY)
ELBOW 90, TB-2250
SWITCH BOX, WI RIV NUTS
CONNECTOR, TB-2522
CONNECTOR, TB-2521
CONTROL SWITCH ASSY
(INCL 31 THRU 37 PLUS 14)
SWITCH BOX COVER,
W/ RUBBER SEAL
LEGEND PLATE
SELECTOR SWITCH, COOLANT **
PUSH BUTTON, START **
PUSH BUTTON, STOP **
SWITCH BLOCK, COOLANT & START **
SWITCH BLOCK, STOP **
LOCK WASHER, 1/4
CAP SCREW, HEX HD, 1/4-20 X 5/8
**SERIAL NUMBERS BEFORE 1666, ORDER SWITCH AND
MATING CONTACT BLOCK TOGETHER
*IEC TYPE STARTERS AND OVERLOAD RELAYS USED
STARTING S/N 1916
Electrical Schematic
Note: Transformer not used on 115/6011 Voltage
Item
1 MTR
1T
1FU
1PB
2PB
1LS
1SS
1M
Req'd
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Blade Motor
Transformer
Fuse, FNA 2.5 Amps
Push Button, Stop
Push Button, Start
Limit Switch
Selector Switch, Coolant
Magnetic Starter
Part No.
100840-001
100869
100628-017
100871-002
100871-001
100782-012
100871-003
100867
Item
10L
CP
WL
1 DISC
2FU
21
Req'd
3
1
1
1
3
3
Description
Heater
Coolant Pump
Work Light, Optional
Disconnect, Optional
208-230/60/3
460/60/3
208-230/60/3, 10 Amp
460/60/3, 15 Amp
Part No.
100868
100249-010
100781-007
10 062 8-020
1 0 062 8-020
1 0 0628-019
100628-020
y
y
OPTION
51
51
54
35
39
35
16
Dash Pot
Oil
3
17
3
21
22
23
18
56
41
4
24
40
40
5
42
25
36
43
44
26
19
6
27
1
20
28
45
29
2
46
30
7
8
9
10
37
47
48
32
31
42
33
35
11
3
12
M-301
14
32
15
50
155151
14 35
56
3
155329
49
52
34
13
38
53
40
155114
Part no. 155144 is no longer available.
use part
155329
Use
part#no.
155151.
(Parts for 155154 are still available.)
M1016HydCyl
22
Variable Feed option
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
31A
32
33
34
35
36
37
M-301
101526
155022
M-144
101524
101527
M-166
100070
M-148
100050-002
101523
M-147
155020
100025-003
100004-026
100004-018
100025-002
155021
155329
155256
155157
155156
155153
155155
155159
155160
155161
100028-006
155163
155164
155328
099701-001
100324-008
100286-011
100324-014
100295-002
155220
155114
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
150269
155078
100334-002
155113
100324-008
150264-002
100220-042
150266
150267
150268
100069-012
100286-009
100203-018
155101
150449
155086
098049-001
100004-076
100211-011
155154
100219-003
155154
Dash Pot Assembly standard, includes items 4-11 and 54)
Piston Rod Assembly (includes 6-9)
Dash Pot Stud
Piston Rod End
Outside Tube
Piston Rod
Cup Leather
Cup Washer
Spring
Cotter Pin, 3/32 x 3/4
Inside Tube
Dash Pot Lower Stud
Dash Pot Mount, Lower
Lock Washer, 3/8
Cap Screw, HH, 3/8-16 x 7/8
Cap Screw, HH, 5/16-18 x 1
Lock Washer, 5/16
Dash Pot Mount, Upper
Cylinder Assembly after s/n 2000
Seal/Piston Cup Service Kit for 155329
Cylinder Cap
O-Ring
Upper Stud
Piston Rod
Spring
Washer
Piston Cup
Shake Proof Washer
Spring
External Hitch Pin
y
tube
Cylinder
Hex Nipple
Hose Barb, 1/4 x 1/4
Flow Valve
Hose Barb Fitting
Hose
Piston Rod Assembly (includes items 24 and 26-30)
Hydraulic Cylinder (Variable Feed Option before S/N 1505, no longer available)
(to replace order part #'s 155329, 155153 and 155154)
Field Service Kit (includes 45-48) for old cylinder 155114
Cylinder Rod End
Elbow, 1/4, 900
Cylinder Head
Hose Barb
Piston
Plastic Hose, 3/8 x 4
Glide Ring
Piston Cup
Cup Retainer
Snap Ring
Control Valve
Nipple, 1/4 Close
Dash Pot Mount, Upper
Cylinder, Modified (no longer available, order part #'s 155329,155153 and 155154)
Dash Pot Mount, Lower
Dash Pot Oil
Cap Screw, HH, 3/8-16 x 3/4
Pipe Plug, 1/4
Dash Pot Mount, Lower
Crimp Clamp
Cylinder Mount, Lower
23
24
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