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Motor Brace Removal
Model W1674/W1702
A motor brace is factory installed on the Model
W1674/W1702 to prevent damage to the motor
during shipping. This motor brace must be
removed before operation.
To remove the motor brace, do these steps:
1. Remove the three hex bolts, shown in
Figure 1, and remove the motor brace from
the shaper.
Motor Brace
2. Install the three hex bolts back in their
original position.
If you need any further help with this procedure,
please contact us at 1-360-734-3482 or send
e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.biz.­
Figure 1. Motor brace and three hex bolts.
Model W1674
Manual Update
September, 2005
Since the manual was originally written, we have changed the way this shaper is packaged, which affects
the assembly instructions.
Before operating your new machine, you MUST read and understand this manual update AND the original
manual to prevent injuries from improper use or setup.
Phone: (360) 734-3482 • On-Line Technical Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz
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WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Printed in Taiwan
W1674 Manual Update
New Machine Inventory
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Shaper Unit .......................................................................1
Box 1:
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FWD/REV Switch ...........................................1
Box 2:
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Fence Assembly ............................................1
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Fence Faces ................................................1
Box 3:
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Handwheel ..................................................1
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Miter Gauge ...............................................1
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Handle for Handwheel ...................................1
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Spindle 1/2" ................................................1
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Spindle 3/4" ................................................1
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Spindle Nut 1/2" ...........................................2
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Spindle Nut 3/4" ...........................................2
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Spacer Set ..................................................8
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Draw Bar & Nut ............................................1
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Spindle Wrench Set .......................................2
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Safety Guard ...............................................1
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Safety Guard Shaft .......................................1
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Starting Pin ................................................3
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Hold Downs .................................................4
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Hold Down Bars ...........................................2
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Hold Down Brackets ......................................4
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Open-End Wrench 12/14mm .............................1
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Spindle Washer 1/2" ......................................2
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Spindle Washer 3/4" ......................................2
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Hardware ...................................................1
—Set Screw 1/4"-20 x 3/8" ...............................6
—Hex Nut 1/4"-20 .........................................2
—Flat Hd Screw 1/4"-20 x 5/8" ..........................6
—Flat Washer 1/4".........................................4
—Cap Screw 1/4"-20 x 1/2" ..............................4
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Guard Mounting Bar .......................................2
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Guard Holding Bracket ...................................1
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Guard Support .............................................1
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Shaft Holder ................................................1
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T-Nut ........................................................8
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Hex Wrench 3mm..........................................1
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Hold Down Mounting Block ...............................2
Figure 1. Shaper unit.
Figure 2. Box #2 contents.
Figure 3. Box #3 contents.
W1674 Manual Update
Attaching Switches
To install the switches, do these steps:
1.
Remove the motor cover (see Figure 6 for identification) from the cabinet by removing the six screws
that hold it in place.
2.
Remove the switches from inside the cabinet.
3.
Install the grommet plate on to the motor cover as
shown in Figure 4.
4.
Re-install the motor cover on the cabinet.
5.
Mount the FWD/REV switch to the cabinet as shown
in Figure 5.
Figure 4. Installing grommet.
Figure 5. Mounting FWD/REV switch.
Handwheel & Handle
To install the handwheel and handle, do these steps:
1.
Slide the handwheel over the shaft protruding from
the front of the cabinet (see Figure 6).
2.
Align the set screw in the handwheel with the flat
part of the shaft, and tighten the set screw to keep
the handwheel in place.
3.
Handwheel
Shaft
Motor
Cover
Thread the handle into the handwheel.
Figure 6. Handwheel and handle installed.
Motor Brace Removal
The Model W1674 is equipped with a motor brace to prevent damage to the motor during shipping. Remove the
brace before using the shaper.
Motor Brace
To remove the motor brace, do these steps:
1.
Remove the three hex bolts shown in Figure 7, and
remove the motor brace from the machine.
2.
Install the three hex bolts in their original locations.
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Figure 7. Motor brace and mounting bolts.
W1674 Manual Update
Fence Housing Assembly
To mount the fence housing assembly, do these steps:
1.
Secure the adjustment bracket to the table with the
three cap screws and washers that are already in
the table (Figure 8).
Adjustment
Bracket
All Other Assembly
All other assembly MUST be performed as described in
the W1674 Manual. If you have any questions that cannot
be answered by reading this manual update or the full
W1674 manual, please contact Shop Fox Technical Support
at (360) 734-3482 or send email to:
tech-support@shopfox.biz.
Guard Warning
To protect yourself, all guards MUST be
installed on your shaper before operating it. Shapers are dangerous machines
that can quickly cause serious injury if
some kind of guard is not used. Read
and follow the entire instruction manual carefully and do additional research
on shop made guards and safety jigs.
Cap Screws
Figure 8. Fence housing assembly
installed on table.
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Circuit Requirements ............................ 9
Grounding Requirements ...................... 10
Extension Cords ................................ 10
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Main .............................................. 52
Motor Assembly ................................. 54
Spindle ........................................... 56
Safety Guard Assembly ........................ 57
Hold-Downs...................................... 58
Miter Gauge ..................................... 58
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General .......................................... 19
Basic Controls ................................... 20
Locking Switch .................................. 20
Operation Overview ........................... 21
Stock Inspection & Requirements ........... 21
Cutter Rotation Direction ..................... 22
Cutter Height ................................... 22
Hold-Downs...................................... 23
Fence Adjustment .............................. 24
Changing Speeds ............................... 25
Table Inserts .................................... 26
Installing Spindle ............................... 26
Cutter Installation ............................. 28
Safety Guard .................................... 31
Edge Cutting .................................... 33
Cutting Rabbets ................................ 35
Shaping Small Stock ........................... 36
Rub Collars ...................................... 37
Irregular Shaping ............................... 38
Pattern Shaping................................. 39
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General .......................................... 44
Table Insert Adjustment ....................... 44
Fence Board Alignment........................ 45
Pulley Alignment ............................... 45
Gib Adjustment ................................. 47
Electrical Safety Instructions................. 48
Wiring Diagram ................................. 49
Troubleshooting................................. 50
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Unpacking ....................................... 11
Inventory ........................................ 11
Machine Placement ............................ 13
Cleaning Machine............................... 13
Assembly ......................................... 14
Dust Collection ................................. 17
Test Run.......................................... 18
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General .......................................... 41
Cleaning ......................................... 41
Table & Base .................................... 41
Lubrication ...................................... 42
V-Belt Tension & Replacement ............... 43
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Additional Safety for Shapers .................. 8
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Machine Specifications .......................... 3
Controls and Features ........................... 5
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This machine has been specially designed to provide many years of trouble-free service. Close attention
to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction. Our intent with this manual is to
include the basic information for safety, setup, operation, maintenance, and service of this product.
We stand behind our machines! In the event that questions arise about your machine, please contact
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Two-Piece Independently
Adjustable Fence
Adjustable Safety Guard
Dust Port
Workpiece
Hold-Down
Miter Gauge
Spindle Height
Handwheel
Spindle Switch
Motor Cover
Spindle
Height Scale
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Type .......................................................................................... TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower ................................................................................................................. 2 HP
Voltage ................................................................................................................ 110/220V
Prewired ..................................................................................................................... 220V
Phase....................................................................................................................... Single
Amps ........................................................................................................................18/9A
Speed .................................................................................................................. 3450 RPM
Cycle ........................................................................................................................ 60 Hz
Number Of Speeds ............................................................................................................. 1
Power Transfer .................................................................................................... V-Belt Drive
Bearings ............................................................................................... Sealed and Lubricated
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⁄4" Max Cutter Height .............................................................................................. 2 3⁄8"
Max Cutter Diameter .................................................................................................. 5"
Spindle Sizes ................................................................................................ 1⁄2" and 3⁄4"
1
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3
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Spindle Travel ........................................................................................................... 3"
Spindle Speeds ........................................................................................7,000 and 10,000
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Table Counterbore Diameter ......................................................................................... 5"
Table Counterbore Depth ........................................................................................... 7⁄16"
Number of Table Inserts ................................................................................................ 2
Table Insert Size (ID) ........................................................................................... 3 1⁄2", 5"
Table Length ........................................................................................................... 21"
Table Width ............................................................................................................ 24"
Table Thickness ...................................................................................................... 1 1⁄4"
Floor to Table Height ..............................................................................................33 1⁄2"
Miter Gauge Slot Type .............................................................................................T-Slot
Miter Gauge Slot Width .............................................................................................. 3⁄4"
Miter Gauge Slot Height ............................................................................................ 13⁄32"
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Weight .................................................................................................................. 250 lbs.
Length ...................................................................................................................... 24 7⁄8"
Width .......................................................................................................................... 24"
Height ......................................................................................................................... 41"
Foot Print (Length/Width).....................................................................................18 1⁄4" x 19 1⁄8"
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Cabinet ......................................................................................................................Steel
Fence ....................................................................................................................... Wood
Miter Gauge............................................................................................... Cast Iron and Steel
Table .............................................................................................. Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Guard ................................................................................................................... Cast Iron
Paint ............................................................................................................ Powder Coated
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Weight ................................................................................................................... 270 lbs.
Length ...................................................................................................................... 24 1⁄2"
Width ....................................................................................................................... 27 1⁄2"
Height ...................................................................................................................... 43 1⁄4"
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Power Requirement................................................................................ 110V/220V, Single-Phase
Switch ............................................................................................................ Rotary Switch
Switch Voltage ............................................................................................................. 220V
Cord Length................................................................................................................ 10 ft.
Cord Gauge ............................................................................................................ 14 gauge
Recommended Breaker Size........................................................................................... 20/15A
Plug ................................................................................................................... NEMA 6-15
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Number of Dust Ports ......................................................................................................... 1
Dust Port Size ................................................................................................................. 3"
Mobile Base ..............................................................................................................Built-In
Customer Assembly Time ............................................................................ Approximately 1 Hour
Warranty .................................................................................................................. 2 Year
Country of Origin ....................................................................................................... Taiwan
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FNE<IËJD8EL8C% Read and understand this
owner’s manual BEFORE using machine.
Untrained users can be seriously hurt.
?<8I@E>GIFK<:K@FE% Always wear hearing
protection when operating or observing
loud machinery. Extended exposure to this
noise without hearing protection can cause
permanent hearing loss.
<P<GIFK<:K@FE% Always wear ANSI-approved
safety glasses or a face shield when operating
or observing machinery to reduce the risk of
eye injury or blindness from flying particles.
Everyday eyeglasses are not approved safety
glasses.
D<EK8C8C<IKE<JJ% Be mentally alert when
running machinery. Never operate under the
influence of drugs or alcohol, when tired, or
when distracted.
?8Q8I;FLJ;LJK% Dust created while using
machinery may cause cancer, birth defects,
or long-term respiratory damage. Be aware
of dust hazards associated with workpiece
materials, and always wear a NIOSH-approved
respirator to reduce your risk.
;@J:FEE<:K@E>GFN<IJLGGCP% Always
disconnect machine from power supply before
servicing, adjusting, or changing cutting tools
(bits, blades, cutters, etc.). Make sure switch
is in OFF position before reconnecting to avoid
an unexpected or unintentional start.
N<8I@E>GIFG<I8GG8I<C% Do not wear
clothing, apparel, or jewelry that can become
entangled in moving parts. Always tie back
or cover long hair. Wear non-slip footwear to
avoid accidental slips which could cause a loss
of workpiece control.
;8E><IFLJ<EM@IFED<EKJ% Do not use
machinery in wet or rainy locations, cluttered
areas, around flammables, or in poorly-lit
areas. Keep work area clean, dry, and welllighted to minimize risk of injury.
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accidental contact with cutting tool may
occur if machine is tipped. Machine may be
damaged.
JK89C<D8:?@E<% Unexpected movement during
operations greatly increases the risk of injury
and loss of control. Verify machines are
stable/secure and mobile bases (if used) are
locked before starting.
FECPLJ<8J@EK<E;<;% Only use machine for
its intended purpose. Never modify or alter
machine for a purpose not intended by the
manufacturer or serious injury may result!
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will do the job safer and better at the rate for
which it was designed.
LJ<I<:FDD<E;<;8::<JJFI@<J% Consult
this owner’s manual or the manufacturer for
recommended accessories. Using improper
accessories will increase the risk of serious
injury.
8NBN8I;GFJ@K@FEJ% Keep proper footing and
balance at all times when operating machine.
Do not overreach! Avoid awkward hand
positions that make workpiece control difficult
or increase the risk of accidental injury.
:?@C;I<E9PJK8E;<IJ% Keep children and
bystanders a safe distance away from work
area. Stop using machine if children or
bystanders become a distraction.
LE8KK<E;<;FG<I8K@FE% Never leave machine
running while unattended. Turn machine off
and ensure all moving parts completely stop
before walking away.
I<DFM<8;ALJK@E>KFFCJ% Never leave
adjustment tools, chuck keys, wrenches, etc.
in or on machine—especially near moving
parts. Verify removal before starting!
D8@EK8@EN@K?:8I<% Follow all maintenance
instructions and lubrication schedules to
keep machine in good working condition. An
improperly maintained machine may increase
the risk of serious injury.
J<:LI@E>NFIBG@<:<% When required, use
clamps or vises to secure workpiece. A secured
workpiece protects hands and frees both of
them to operate the machine.
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work against the rotation of blades or cutters.
Feeding in the same direction of rotation may
pull your hand into the cut.
:?<:B;8D8><;G8IKJ% Regularly inspect
machine for damaged parts, loose bolts,
mis-adjusted or mis-aligned parts, binding,
or any other conditions that may affect safe
operation. Always repair or replace damaged
or mis-adjusted parts before operating
machine.
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protect you from accidental contact with
moving parts or flying debris. Make sure
they are properly installed, undamaged, and
working correctly before using machine.
<OG<I@<E:@E>;@==@:LCK@<J% If at any time you
are experiencing difficulties performing the
intended operation, stop using the machine!
Contact our Technical Support for help at
(360) 734-3482.
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can be seriously hurt by machinery. Only
allow trained or properly supervised people
to use machine. When machine is not being
used, disconnect power, remove switch keys,
or lock-out machine to prevent unauthorized
use—especially around children. Make
workshop kid proof!
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setting up cuts, take every possible step to
reduce operator exposure to the cutter. These
steps include but are not limited to: Keeping
the unused portion of the cutter below
the table, using the smallest table insert
allowed by cutter, adjusting fences as close
as practical to the cutter on both sides, and
securing the guard as close to the workpiece
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When shaping contoured work and using a
rub collar, NEVER start shaping at a corner.
See the rub collar section in the manual.The
danger of kickback is increased when the
stock has knots, holes, or foreign objects in it.
GI<G8I@E>8NFIBG@<:<1Always "square up"
a workpiece before you run it through the
shaper. A warped workpiece is difficult to
process and increases the risk of an accident.
8MF@;@E>8EFM<ICF8;1Never attempt to
remove too much material in one pass.
Several light passes are safer and give a
cleaner finish.
B<<G@E>?8E;JJ8=<1 Never pass your hands
near or directly over or in front of the cutter.
As one hand approaches the 6-inch radius
point, move it in an arc motion away from the
cutter to the outfeed side and reposition that
hand more than 6 inches beyond the cutter.
J8=<CP=<<;@E>8NFIBG@<:<1 We recommend
using some type of fixture, jig, or holddown device to safely support the workpiece
when feeding. 8CN8PJ use a push stick
when shaping small or narrow workpieces.
Use an outfeed support table if shaping long
workpieces to make sure that they remain
supported during the entire cutting procedure.
JD8CCNFIBG@<:<J1DO NOT shape small
workpieces without special fixtures or jigs.
Where practical, shape longer stock and cut to
size.
:LKK<IGFJ@K@FE@E>1Keep the cutters on the
underside of the workpiece whenever possible
to reduce operator exposure to the moving
cutter.
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Always make sure cutter is positioned in the
correct direction before starting shaper, and
always feed against the rotation of the cutter.
K<JK@E>=FI:C<8I8E:<1Unplug the shaper,
and always rotate the spindle by hand to test
any new setup for proper cutter clearance
before starting the shaper.
J8=<:LKK<I@EJK8CC8K@FE1 Never operate the
shaper without verifying that the spindle nut
is tight. A tight spindle nut reduces the risk
of the cutter or rub collars flying off during
operation.
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This machine must be connected to the correct size and
type of power supply circuit, or fire or electrical damage
may occur. Read through this section to determine if
an adequate power supply circuit is available for this
machine. If a correct circuit is not available, you must
have a qualified electrician install one before you can
operate the machine.
A power supply circuit includes all electrical equipment
between the main breaker box or fuse panel in your
building and the incoming power connections at the
machine. The power supply circuit used for this machine
must be sized to safely handle the full-load current drawn
from the machine for an extended period of time.
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The full-load current rating is the amperage a machine
draws at 100% of the rated output power. On machines
with multiple motors, this is the amperage drawn by the
largest motor or sum of all motors and electrical devices
that might operate at one time during normal operations.
Full-Load Current Rating at 220V ....................9 Amps
Full-Load Current Rating at 110V .................. 18 Amps
DO NOT work on your electrical system
if you are unsure about electrical
codes and wiring! Seek assistance from
a qualified electrician. Ignoring this
warning can cause electrocution, fire,
or machine damage.
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This machine is prewired to operate on a 220V power
supply circuit that has a verified ground and meets the
following requirements:
Circuit Type ...............220V/240V, 60 Hz, Single-Phase
Circuit Size ............................................. 15 Amps
Plug/Receptacle .................................... NEMA 6-15
For your own safety and protection
of property, consult a qualified
electrician if you are unsure about
wiring practices or electrical codes in
your area.
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This machine can be converted to operate on a 110V
power supply. To do this, the motor will need to be
rewired and a new plug installed on the power cord;
refer to the Wiring Diagram on Page 49 for details. The
intended 110V circuit must have a verified ground and
meet the requirements that follow:
Circuit Type ............... 110V/120V, 60 Hz, Single-Phase
Circuit Size ............................................. 20 Amps
Plug/Receptacle .................................... NEMA 5-20
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The circuit requirements listed in this
manual apply to a dedicated circuit—
where only one machine will be running at a time. If this machine will be
connected to a shared circuit where
multiple machines will be running at
the same time, consult a qualified
electrician to ensure that the circuit is
properly sized for safe operation.
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In the event of certain types of malfunctions or
breakdowns, grounding provides a path of least resistance
for electric current to travel— in order to reduce the risk
of electric shock.
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding wire will
increase the risk of electric shock. The wire with green
insulation (with/without yellow stripes) is the equipmentgrounding wire. If repair or replacement of the power
cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the equipmentgrounding wire to a live (current carrying) terminal.
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6-15 RECEPTACLE
Current Carrying Prongs
6-15 PLUG
Check with a qualified electrician or service personnel
if you do not understand these grounding requirements,
or if you are in doubt about whether the tool is
properly grounded. If you ever notice that a cord or
plug is damaged or worn, disconnect it from power, and
immediately replace it with a new one.
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This machine is equipped with a power cord that has an
equipment-grounding wire and NEMA 6-15 grounding plug.
The plug must only be inserted into a matching receptacle
(see Figure 2) that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with local codes and ordinances.
Grounding Prong
Figure 2. NEMA 6-15 plug & receptacle.
110V
Hot
GROUNDED
5-20 RECEPTACLE
Neutral
5-20 PLUG
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A NEMA 5-20 plug has a grounding prong that must be
attached to the equipment-grounding wire inside the
included power cord. The plug must only be inserted
into a matching receptacle (see Figure 3) that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances.
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We do not recommend using an extension cord with this
machine. Extension cords cause voltage drop, which may
damage electrical components and shorten motor life.
Voltage drop increases with longer extension cords and
the gauge smaller gauge sizes (higher gauge numbers
indicate smaller sizes).
Any extension cord used with this machine must contain a
ground wire, match the required plug and receptacle, and
meet the following requirements:
Minimum Gauge Size for 220V....................... 14 AWG
Minimum Gauge Size for 110V ....................... 12 AWG
Maximum Length (Shorter is Better) ..................50 ft.
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Grounding Prong
Figure 3. NEMA 5-20 plug & receptacle.
DO NOT modify the provided plug or
use an adapter if the plug will not fit
your receptacle. If the machine must be
reconnected for use on a different type
of electric circuit, the reconnection
should be made by qualified service
personnel; and after reconnection,
the machine must comply with all local
codes and ordinances.
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This machine has been carefully packaged for safe
transportation. If you notice the machine has been
damaged during shipping, please contact your authorized
Shop Fox dealer immediately.
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The following is a description of the main components
shipped with the Model W1674. Lay the components out
to inventory them.
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B. Spindle Switch w/Padlock & Keys (inside cabinet) ..1
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C. Fence Assembly ............................................1
;% Fence Boards ...............................................2
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— Flat Hd Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄4" (Fence Boards) ........4
— Flat Washers 1⁄4" (Hold-Down Brackets) .............4
— Set Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄8" (Hold-Downs) ...............2
— Cap Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 1⁄2" (Hold-Down Brackets) ....4
— T-Nuts 1⁄4"-20 (Fence Boards & Hold-Downs) .......8
— Hold-Down Bar Brackets ...............................2
— Hex Wrench 3mm .......................................1
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F. Guard Support.................................... 1
G. Guard Holding Bracket.......................... 1
H. T-Lock Handle (Safety Guard) ................. 1
I. Guard Mounting Bars, Long & Short .... 1 Each
J. Safety Guard ..................................... 1
K. Hardware Bag:
— Set Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄8" (Hold-Downs) ...... 4
— Hex Nuts 1⁄4"-20 (Safety Guard) ............. 2
— Flat Hd Screws 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄4" (Safety Grd) .. 2
— Hex Wrench 5mm .............................. 1
— Knob Bolt 1/4"-20 x 1/2" ...................... 2
—Flat Washer 1/4" ................................ 4
— Open-End Wrench 12/14mm.................. 1
L. Spindle Spacers:
—1⁄2" x 1" x 1⁄4"................................... 1
—1⁄2" x 1" x 3⁄8"................................... 1
—1⁄2" x 1" x 1⁄2"................................... 1
—1⁄2" x 1" x 3⁄4"................................... 1
—3⁄4" x 1 1⁄4" x 1⁄4" ............................... 1
—3⁄4" x 1 1⁄4" x 3⁄8" ............................... 1
—3⁄4" x 1 1⁄4" x 1⁄2" ............................... 1
—3⁄4" x 1 1⁄4" x 3⁄4" ............................... 1
M. Spindle Washers:
— Spindle Washers 1⁄2" .......................... 2
— Spindle Washers 3⁄4" .......................... 2
N. Starting Pins ...................................... 3
O. Drawbar & Drawbar Nut .................. 1 Each
P. Spindle & Spindle Nut 3⁄4"................ 1 Each
Q. Spindle & Spindle Nut 1⁄2"................ 1 Each
R. Safety Guard Shaft .............................. 1
S. Safety Guard Shaft Holder ..................... 1
T. Handwheel ........................................ 1
U. Handwheel Handle .............................. 1
V. Hold-Down Bars .................................. 2
W. Hold-Down Brackets ............................. 4
X. Hold-Downs ....................................... 4
Y. Miter Gauge Assembly .......................... 1
Z. Spindle Wrench Set.............................. 1
AA. Front Guard ...................................... 1
BB. Top Safety Plate ................................. 1
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heavy load in a small footprint. Some
residential floors may require additional
bracing to support both machine and
operator.
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Nfib`e^:c\XiXeZ\j1 Consider existing and
anticipated needs, size of material to be
processed through the machine, and space
for auxiliary stands, work tables or other
machinery when establishing a location for
your planer/moulder.
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The table and other unpainted parts of your
shaper are coated with a waxy grease that
protects them from corrosion during shipment.
Clean this grease off with a solvent cleaner or
citrus-based degreaser. DO NOT use chlorinebased solvents such as brake parts cleaner or
acetone—if you happen to splash some onto a
painted surface, you will ruin the finish.
C`^_k`e^1 Lighting should be bright enough
to eliminate shadow and prevent eye strain.
Wall
30"
30"
24"
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This machine and its components
are very heavy. Use safe lifting and
methods, and get lifting help or use
power lifting equipment such as a
forklift to move the heavy items.
Anchor Stud
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench 12mm ...................................................1
Hex Wrench 5mm ...............................................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2 .........................................1
Hex Wrench 5mm, 8mm ................................ 1 Each
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For permanent stability, your shaper can be mounted to
the floor with hardware similar to that shown in Figure 7.
The shaper unit has two mounting holes that are accessed
from inside the shaper cabinet.
Lag Screw and Anchor
Figure 7. Typical fasteners for mounting to
concrete floors.
Alternately, your shaper can be mounted on the Model
D2057A Shop Fox Adjustable Mobile Base, as shown in
Figure 8. This method offers mobility and stability.
Model D2057A
Mobile Base
=`^li\8. Model W1674 Shaper mounted on
the Model D2057A Mobile Base.
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Bolts
To protect the motor and cabinet during shipping, two red
motor braces were installed with six hex bolts, as shown
in Figure 9.
Remove the motor cover from the side of the shaper, then
use a 12mm wrench to remove these hex bolts and braces
before proceeding with the assembly.
Bolts
Braces
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1.
Thread the handle into the hole provided on the
handwheel, then fully tighten it (see Figure 10).
2.
Align the set screw in the handwheel hub with the
shaft flat, then slide the handwheel onto the shaft
and tighten the set screw.
=`^li\10% Spindle height handwheel
installed.
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Remove the motor cover.
2.
Use the handwheel to raise the spindle and motor to
its highest position.
3.
Reach inside the cabinet and pull the spindle switch
out from underneath the motor.
4.
Use the two pre-installed screws to mount the
spindle switch, as shown in Figure 11.
5.
Re-install the motor cover.
6.
Attach the spindle switch cord grommet to the
motor cover, as shown in Figure 12.
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The fence assembly supports the fence boards and the
safety guard. The position of the fence assembly, the
fence boards, and the safety guard are all independently
adjustable.
=`^li\12% Installing switch cord grommet.
Hex Bolts
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To install the fence assembly, do these steps:
1.
Remove the two hex bolts, three cap screws, lock
washers, and flat washers from the back of the table
top (see Figure 13).
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Cap Screws
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mounting fasteners.
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2.
3.
Turn the fence assembly upside down to expose the
fence ram inside the housing, as shown in Figure 14.
Remove the cap screw from the end of the fence
ram, slide the ram out until the mounting hole in the
fence assembly and the ram are aligned, then install
the cap screw in the location shown in Figure 14.
Cap Screw
Fence Ram
Install Cap Screw Here
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4.
Make sure the mounting surface of the fence
assembly and the table top are thoroughly clean,
then position the assembly on the table, as shown in
Figure 15.
5.
Align the fence base with the edge of the table,
then secure the assembly with the three cap screws
and flat washers removed in Step 1.
6.
Insert the four 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄4" flat head screws through
the front of the fence boards, then thread four 1⁄4"20 T-nuts onto the screws one or two turns.
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Cap Screws
Fence
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Slide the fence board assemblies into the front slots
of the fence mounts, then tighten the screws to hold
them in place, as shown in Figure 16.
Fence Boards
=`^li\16% Fence boards installed.
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The safety guard protects the operator from the spinning
cutter. It adjusts with the T-lock handle.
Safety Guard
T-Lock Handle
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To install the safety guard, do these steps:
1.
Thread and hand-tighten the guard support into the
threaded hole on top of the fence assembly (see
Figure 17).
2.
From underneath the safety guard, insert two 1⁄4"-20
x 3⁄4" flat head screws into the holes that are in the
center of the guard, then secure the shorter guard
mounting bar with two 1⁄4"-20 hex nuts, as shown in
Figure 17.
Attach the safety guard assembly to the guard
support with the T-lock handle.
4.
Attach the front guard to safety guard with the two
knob bolts (the knob bolts thread into the sides of
the safety guard; see Figure 46 for additional clarity
if needed).
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Knob
Front
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Guard
Support
Guard Mounting
Bar (Short)
Figure 18. Front guard installed.
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Recommended CFM at Dust Port: ................ 400 CFM
Do not confuse this CFM recommendation with the rating
of the dust collector. To determine the CFM at the
dust port, you must take into account many variables,
including the CFM rating of the dust collector, the length
of hose between the dust collector and the machine, the
amount of branches or Y's, and the amount of other open
lines throughout the system. Explaining this calculation
is beyond the scope of this manual. If you are unsure of
your system, consult an expert or purchase a good dust
collection "how-to" book.
DO NOT operate this machine without
adequate dust collection. This machine
creates substantial amounts of wood
dust. Failure to use adequate dust
collection system can result in shortand long-term respiratory illness.
Connect Dust
Hose Here
Connect a 3" flexible dust collection hose to the rear of
the fence ram (see Figure 19), and use a hose clamp to
secure it in place. Tug on the hose to make sure that it is
firmly held in place.
Figure 19. Dust port connection location.
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Complete this process once you have familiarized yourself
with all instructions in this manual.
To test run the shaper, do these steps:
1.
Read the entire instruction manual first!
2.
Make sure all tools and foreign objects have been
removed from the machine.
Make sure the spindle switch is in the STOP (center)
position.
4.
Review Page 9 and connect your machine to the
power source.
5.
Turn the shaper FE by moving the spindle switch to
either the forward (FOR) or reverse (REV) position.
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— The shaper should run smoothly with little or no
vibration.
— Immediately turn the shaper F== if you suspect
any problems, and refer to Page 50 to troubleshoot/fix any problems before starting the shaper
again.
— If the source of an unusual noise or vibration is not
readily apparent, contact our technical support
for help at (360) 734-3482 or contact us online at
tech-support@shopfox.biz%
6.
Move the spindle switch to the STOP position, wait
for the spindle to come to a complete stop, then
repeat Step 5 for the opposite direction.
7.
Turn the spindle FE and F== in the same direction
and notice the direction it is turning.
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— If the spindle rotation direction and the position of
the spindle switch before you turned the machine
F== do not match, disconnect the machine from
power, then switch wires #5 and #6 inside the
motor wiring junction box (refer to the Wiring
Diagram on Page 49 for specific information).
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Loose hair and clothing could get
caught in machinery and cause serious
personal injury. Keep loose clothing
rolled up and long hair tied up and
away from machinery.
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This machine will perform many types of operations
that are beyond the scope of this manual. Many of these
operations can be dangerous or deadly if performed
incorrectly.
The instructions in this section are written with the
understanding that the operator has the necessary
knowledge and skills to operate this machine. If at any
time you are experiencing difficulties performing any
operation, stop using the machine!
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recommend that you read books or trade articles, or
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Refer Figures 20–21 and read the following descriptions
below to become familiar with the basic controls of your
shaper.
•
Spindle Switch: Starts spindle rotation, reverses
rotation direction, and turns the motor F==.
•
Spindle Height Lock: When tightened, secures the
height position of the spindle.
•
Spindle Height Handwheel: Raises or lowers the
spindle and the attached cutter. One full turn of
the handwheel is a height change of approximately
0.045".
•
Spindle Height Scale: Displays the height position of
the spindle in inches.
=`^li\20. Spindle switch.
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Spindle Height Scale
Spindle
Height
Lock
Height Handwheel
=`^li\21% Height handwheel/scale and
spindle lock knob.
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The FWD/REV switch can be disabled and locked with a
padlock. While the padlock is inserted through the hole
on the switch, as shown in Figure 22, the motor cannot
be started, which reduces the risk of accidental startup
by children or unauthorized users.
Children or untrained people can be killed or seriously injured by this machine. If machine is accessible to children or other people, always disable and
lock the switch before leaving machine unattended!
Place key in a well-hidden or secure location.
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Figure 22. Switch locked with padlock to
prevent the motor from starting.
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This overview explains the basic process that
happens during an operation with this machine.
Familiarize yourself with this process to better
understand the remaining parts of the Operation
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Follow these rules when choosing and cutting
stock:
Workpiece Material: Your shaper and cutters
are designed to cut wood and wood products
ONLY! DO NOT attempt to cut man-made
materials (such as glass, metal, plastics,
etc.) that may cause the cutter or workpiece
to break apart, which could cause serious
personal injury or property damage.
•
Foreign Objects: Nails, staples, dirt,
rocks and other foreign objects are often
embedded in wood. While cutting, these
objects can become dislodged and hit the
operator, cause kickback, and break or chip
the cutter, which might then fly apart.
Always visually inspect your workpiece for
these items. If they cannot be removed, do
NOT cut the workpiece.
•
Large/Loose Knots: Loose knots can become
dislodged during the shaping operation.
Large knots can cause kickback and machine
damage. Choose workpieces that do not have
large/loose knots or plan ahead to avoid
cutting through them.
•
Wet or "Green" Stock: Cutting wood
with a moisture content over 20% causes
unnecessary wear on the cutter, increases
the risk of kickback, and yields poor results.
•
Excessive Warping: Workpieces with
excessive cupping, bowing, or twisting
are dangerous to shape because they are
unstable and often unpredictable when being
cut. DO NOT use workpieces with these
characteristics!
•
Minor Warping: Workpieces with slight
cupping can be safely supported if the
cupped side is facing the table or the fence.
On the contrary, a workpiece supported on
the bowed side will rock during the operation
and could cause kickback or severe injury.
To complete a typical operation, the operator
does the following:
1.
Examines the workpiece to make sure it is
suitable for cutting.
2.
Installs the cutter onto the spindle and
adjusts the spindle height for the operation.
3.
Correctly adjusts the safety guard and fence
boards for the operation and locks them in
place.
4.
Checks the outfeed side of the machine
for proper support and to make sure the
workpiece can safely move past the cutter
without interference from other objects.
5.
Places the workpiece on the infeed side
of the machine and stabilizes it with holddowns, jigs, or other safety workpiece
holding devices.
6.
Wears safety glasses and a respirator, and
locates push sticks if needed.
7.
Starts the machine.
8.
Verifies cutter rotation and feed directions.
9.
Holds the workpiece firmly and flatly against
both the table and fence, and then pushes
the workpiece past the cutter at a steady
and controlled rate until the workpiece
moves completely beyond the cutter.
The operator is very careful to keep the
workpiece firmly against the table and fence
during the entire cut, while also keeping his
hands well away from the spinning cutter.
10. Stops the machine.
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Most cutters are designed to rotate counterclockwise and
mill the stock from underneath the workpiece, which
provides a safety barrier between the spinning cutter and
the operator. In this case, the workpiece is fed past the
cutter from right to left—against the cutter rotation (see
the illustration in Figure 23).
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The cutter height is adjusted with the height handwheel.
One full revolution of the handwheel raises/lowers the
cutter height approximately 0.045".
To gauge the cutter height in relation to the table, use
the height scale or a precision ruler with fine graduations.
An alternative method would be to place a sample of the
shaped cut next to the cutter.
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However, some cutters are designed to shape from the
top of the workpiece, which exposes the operator to the
spinning cutter and increases the risk of operator injury.
To avoid this hazard, mount this type of cutter upsidedown on the spindle, reverse the spindle rotation, then
feed the workpiece past the cutter from left to right.
Refer to Cutter Installation on Page 28 for detailed
instructions.
ALWAYS check the direction of the cutter
rotation before beginning operation and
ALWAYS feed the stock into the cutter
AGAINST the cutter rotation. Feeding
stock WITH the rotation of the cutter
could pull the workpiece from your
hands and draw your hands into the
spinning cutter, resulting in serious
personal injury.
Direction Of Feed
=`^li\23% Cutter rotating
counterclockwise.
To change the cutter height:
Height
Handwheel
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the spindle height lock and rotate the height
handwheel to bring the cutter to the required
height, then re-tighten the lock (see Figure 24).
Height
Lock
Scale
=`^li\24% Spindle height controls.
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If the workpiece should rise up when it is against the
cutter, kickback could occur. To reduce the chance of
kickback and serious personal injury, always properly
secure the workpiece with the hold-down devices
during operation.
The hold-downs included with your shaper are used to
hold the workpiece flat on the table and snug against the
fence as it passes the cutter. The position of the holddown fingers can be adjusted in-or-out or at different
angles (see Figure 25).
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=`^li\25% An example of using the holddowns (safety guard removed for visual
clarity.
Adjustment Knob
Slot
Lock
Lever
To install the hold-downs, do these steps:
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the fence mount lock lever, then rotate the
adjustment knob clockwise until the top fence slot
clears the fence assembly housing (see Figure 26).
3.
Insert two 1⁄4"-20 x 1⁄2" cap screws with flat washers
in the hold-down bar bracket, then thread two 1⁄4"20 T-nuts onto the cap screws one or two turns,
making sure that the flat of the T-nuts face down.
4.
Slide the assembly into the slot, then tighten the
cap screws to secure the bracket in place.
5.
Slide two hold-down brackets onto the hold-down
bar, as shown in Figure 27, insert the hold-downs
between the bracket and the bar, then use two 1⁄4"20 x 3⁄8" set screws to secure the hold-downs and the
brackets.
6.
Insert the hold-down bar into the hold-down bar
bracket, as shown in Figure 27, then thread one
1
⁄4"-20 x 3⁄8" set screw into the top of the bracket to
secure the assembly in place.
7.
Repeat Steps 2–6 for the other hold-down assembly.
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Hold-Down Bar
Bracket
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installed.
Bar
Hold-Down Brackets
Hold-Downs
=`^li\27% Hold-down assembly installed.
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Your shaper features a three-way adjustable fence
assembly—the entire fence assembly moves in-or-out, both
fence mounts adjust independently in-or-out, and the
fence boards independently adjust side-to-side.
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1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen both ram lock levers shown in Figure 28.
3.
Rotate the adjustment handwheel to move the fence
assembly in-or-out as required for your operation,
then re-tighten both lock levers.
Keep the fence opening around the
cutter as small as possible without
interfering with the cutter rotation. This
configuration provides the best support
for the workpiece and reduces operator
exposure to the spinning cutter during
operation.
Lock
Levers
Adjustment Handwheel
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2.
Loosen the fence mount lock lever (see Figure 29).
3.
Rotate the adjustment knob to move the fence
mount in-or-out, then re-tighten the lock lever to
hold it in place.
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Scale
Lock
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1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the fence board mounting screws (see Figure
30), slide the board into the correct position for
your operation, then re-tighten the mounting screws.
Adjustment Knob
=`^li\29% Fence mount controls.
Mounting Screws
=`^li\30% Fence boards (shown without
safety guard for visual clarity.
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The cutter speeds for the Model W1674 are 7000 and
10,000 RPM.
Since the cutter is mounted on the spindle, the terms
"spindle speed" and "cutter speed" are often used
interchangeably.
Cutting Edge
Moves Much
Faster
Use the following rules when selecting the speed for
your operation:
•
Use scrap stock similar to the workpiece to find the
right cutter speed and feed rate so that the resulting
cut is smooth and requires little sanding to finish.
•
Reduce cutter speed or increase feed rate if your
workpiece becomes glazed or burned.
•
Increase cutter speed or decrease feed rate if your
workpiece shows a rough or washboard surface.
•
The cutting edges of large cutters travel faster than
those of smaller cutters at the same spindle speed,
as shown in Figure 31. Use the slower speed for
large cutters.
Same Spindle Speed
=`^li\31% Relative speed of cutting edges
between large and small cutters.
7000
10,000
To reposition the V-belt on the pulleys, do these steps:
=`^li\32% V-belt positions for the two
speeds.
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
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Loosen the two hex bolts holding the motor mount
to the spindle slide, as shown in =`^li\33% Do not
remove the bolts completely.
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Slide the motor to the right, then position the V-belt
on the pulleys for the selected speed.
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Slide the motor and motor mount assembly to the
left until the V-belt is snug, then tighten the bolts.
The amount of V-belt deflection between the pulleys
should be approximately 1⁄4" when pressed with your
thumb.
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Check to make sure the V-belt is correctly aligned on
both pulleys (refer to Pulley Alignment on Page 45
for detailed instructions).
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=`^li\33% Loosening the motor mount hex
bolts.
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The cutter speed is changed by adjusting the V-belt
position on the motor and spindle pulleys, as illustrated in
Figure 32.
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Your shaper has an aluminum table insert with a 1 1⁄8"
centerbore, and a larger cast iron insert ring with a 3-1/8"
centerbore. When removed, the aluminum insert leaves
a 3 1⁄8" table opening and the insert ring leaves a 5" table
opening (see Figure 34).
Aluminum
Insert
Use the smallest-size opening that will safely accept the
cutter to reduce wood chips falling into the machine and
causing flying debris. Using the smallest-size opening also
allows any unused portion of the cutter to remain below
the table surface, which increases operator protection.
If necessary, refer to Table Insert Adjustment on
Page 44 for detailed instructions on leveling the inserts
with the table.
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Cast Iron Insert
=`^li\34% Table insert.
Spindle
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It is very important that any spindle you use is properly
seated into the spindle cartridge so that safety is
maintained.
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Spindle Wrench Set .............................................1
To install a spindle, do these steps:
Drawbar
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Thread the drawbar into the bottom of the spindle
until it is snug, as shown in Figure 35.
3.
Insert the spindle/drawbar assembly partially into
the spindle cartridge, align the spindle keyway with
the cartridge guide pin, as shown in Figure 36, then
fully seat the spindle into the cartridge.
Make sure that the spindle keyway and cartridge
guide pin are correctly aligned before tightening
the drawbar. Improper assembly creates an unsafe
condition that could result in personal injury.
=`^li\35% Installing the drawbar into the
spindle.
Keyway
Guide Pin
=`^li\36% Aligning spindle keyway with
the guide pin.
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Reach into the cabinet from the rear and thread the
drawbar nut onto the drawbar with the tapered side
of the nut facing up, as shown in Figure 37.
Drawbar Nut
(Tapered Side Up)
=`^li\37% Threading the drawbar nut with
the tapered side facing up.
5.
Use the spindle wrench set to tighten the drawbar
nut until it is snug, as shown in Figure 38. DO NOT
overtighten the nut, which could make removing the
spindle difficult.
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=`^li\38% Tightening the drawbar nut.
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The Model W1674 accommodates cutters that
have 1⁄2" or 3⁄4" centerbores when used with the
corresponding spindle.
•
If the cutter is designed to remove
material from the top of the workpiece, we
recommend you mount the cutter upside
down, then reverse the spindle rotation and
feed direction. In this configuration, the
workpiece provides a safety barrier between
the cutter and the operator.
To ensure a safe and efficient operation, follow
these rules when installing cutters:
•
Always use the largest spindle possible to
reduce stress on the spindle bearings.
•
The cutting edges of large cutters travel
faster than smaller ones at the same spindle
speed. Cutters with a 3 1⁄2" or larger outside
diameter must be operated at the lower
speed of 7000 RPM.
•
•
Wear heavy leather gloves when handling the
sharp cutters.
Do not attempt to use bushings to
compensate for a cutter with a larger bore
than the spindle diameter. This could damage
the cutter and the machine, and present
an injury hazard to the operator. Only use
cutters with bores that match the spindle
diameter.
•
•
Keep the spindle, spacers, and cutter clean
and free of debris, grease, or oils to avoid
binding the spacers or cutter on the spindle.
Use the spacers to install the cutter as low as
possible on the spindle, which will reduce the
wear on the spindle bearings and provide a
more efficient cutting operation.
•
Use the smallest insert bore possible to keep
the space between the table surface and
the cutter to a minimum. This will help keep
wood chips from falling into the cabinet,
provide better workpiece support, and
increase operator protection from the cutter.
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A large variety of shaper cutters are available
through your local Woodstock International Inc.
Dealer.
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To install a cutter, do these steps:
1.
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2.
Remove the two spindle nuts from the spindle.
3.
Place the required spindle spacers on the insert, as
shown in Figure 39.
4.
Protecting your hands from the sharp edges, slide a
spindle washer and then the cutter onto the spindle,
making sure the cutting edges are facing in the right
direction for your selected rotation (see Figure 40).
=`^li\39% Installing a spindle spacer.
Cutter
5.
Place the remaining spindle washer onto the spindle,
then additional spacers as necessary, as shown in
Figure 41.
Spindle
Washer
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washer and spacer(s) onto the spindle.
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=`^li\40% Placing a cutter onto the
spindle.
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Thread one spindle nut tightly onto the spindle to
secure the components, then thread the second
spindle nut against the first to act as a lock nut (see
Figures 42–43).
To avoid the risk of severe injury or amputation,
ALWAYS properly install the safety guard onto the
shaper before connecting the machine to power.
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7.
If applicable to your operation, re-install the fence
assembly. However, whether you use the fence
assembly or not, you MUST re-install the safety guard
before re-connecting the machine to power (refer to
Safety Guard on Page 31 for detailed instructions on
options for mounting the safety guard).
Spindle
Nuts
=`^li\42% Installing spindle nuts.
Router bits are designed to only cut counterclockwise
as viewed from the top. When you are using a
router bit adapter and router bits, ALWAYS make
sure the spindle is rotating in a COUNTERCLOCKWISE
direction and you feed the workpiece from right to
left. Otherwise, the workpiece could kickback, or
the collet could be loosened and the cutter could be
thrown causing serious personal injury or death.
=`^li\43% Tightening the spindle nuts.
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The safety guard on the Model W1674 is installed with or
without the fence assembly, and accepts an adjustable
front guard for additional protection from accidental
cutter contact during operation.
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When the safety guard is mounted on the fence assembly,
adjust its position by moving the entire fence assembly
(refer to Fence Adjustment on Page 24 for detailed
instructions) or by using the T-lock handle to position the
guard independently of the fence assembly.
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Phillips Screwdriver #2 .........................................1
To avoid the risk of severe injury or
amputation, ALWAYS properly install
the safety guard onto the shaper before
connecting the machine to power.
T-Lock Handle
Safety Guard
To install the safety guard on the fence assembly, do
these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Thread and hand-tighten the guard support into the
threaded hole on top of the fence assembly (see
Figure 44).
4.
From underneath the safety guard, insert two 1⁄4"-20
x 5⁄8" flat head screws into the holes that are in the
center of the guard, then secure the shorter guard
mounting bar to the safety guard with two 1⁄4"-20
hex nuts, as shown in Figure 44.
Secure the safety guard assembly to the guard
support with the T-lock handle, and secure the front
guard to the safety guard with two knob bolts.
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Guard Support
=`^li\44% Safety guard installed on the
fence assembly.
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Guard Mounting
Bar (Short)
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Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
To install the safety guard independent of the fence
assembly, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the fence assembly from the table.
3.
Position the safety guard shaft holder on the table
so that the set screw faces the rear, as shown in
Figure 45, then secure it to the table with the two
provided 3⁄8"-16 x 3⁄4" hex bolts.
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4.
Shaft
Holder
Set Screw
Insert the safety guard shaft into the holder so that
the flat faces the rear, then tighten the set screw
against the flat to secure the shaft in place, as
shown in Figure 45.
5.
Slide the guard holding bracket onto the shaft, then
tighten the knob to hold it in place, as shown in
Figure 46.
6.
From underneath the safety guard, insert two 1⁄4"-20
x 5⁄8" flat head screws into the holes in the center
of the guard, then secure the longer guard mounting
bar to the bracket with two 1⁄4"-20 hex nuts.
7.
Secure the mounting bar and guard to the holding
bracket with the T-lock handle, as shown in
Figure 46.
8.
Secure the front guard to the safety guard with the
two knob bolts.
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=`^li\45% Safety guard shaft and holder
installed.
T-Lock Handle
Mounting Bar
Knob
Bolt
Guard Holding
Bracket
Safety
Guard
Front
Guard
=`^li\46% Safety guard installed
independent of the fence assembly.
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The fence boards are a two-piece, independently
adjustable system. When removing material from the edge
of your workpiece, the outfeed fence can be adjusted
to provide support for the workpiece as it passes by the
cutter for either full or partial edge cutting.
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DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Lay a straight piece of stock that is at least 24" in
length and the same type of wood and dimensions
as the workpiece along the infeed fence board,
assuming the feed direction will be from right to
left.
3.
With the stock held firmly against the infeed fence
board, adjust the fence board in-or-out until the
stock contacts the cutter for the correct depth of
cut, then lock the infeed fence in position.
4.
Move the stock away from the cutter, connect the
shaper to power, then start the spindle rotating
counterclockwise.
5.
With the stock firmly held against the infeed fence,
safely feed it past the cutter until it reaches the
outfeed fence, then stop and pivot the stock away
from the cutter.
6.
Stop spindle rotation and disconnect the machine
from power.
7.
When the cutter has come to a complete stop, place
the stock against the infeed fence so that one end is
in front of the outfeed fence.
8.
Adjust and secure the outfeed fence to support
the profiled edge of the stock, as illustrated in
Figure 47.
9.
Start the spindle rotating counterclockwise, then
feed a test piece past the cutter to verify the cut.
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1.
Because the fence may not always be
perfectly parallel to the table miter
slot, using the miter gauge with the
fence could cause the workpiece to
bind and kickback toward the operator.
DO NOT use the miter gauge to feed
the workpiece along the fence when
straight shaping. Use a push sticks and
hold-downs to keep the workpiece in
position.
Outfeed
Fence
Infeed
Fence
Direction of Feed
=`^li\47% Fence boards correctly
positioned for full edge cutting.
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1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Adjust the infeed fence to the desired depth of cut,
then lock it in place.
3.
Use a straightedge to adjust the outfeed fence even
with the infeed fence, then lock it in place.
4.
Set both fence boards as close to the cutter from
side-to-side as possible without interfering with the
cutter rotation. Make sure that the fence boards are
firmly secured to the brackets and that all knobs and
locks are tight.
5.
Outfeed
Fence
Infeed
Fence
Direction of Feed
=`^li\48% Fence boards setup for partial
edge cutting.
Start the spindle rotating counterclockwise, then
feed a test piece past the cutter to verify the cut, as
illustrated in Figure 48.
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4
3
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Direction of Feed
The sound of this shaper when it is running may
be less than other devices that are in operation,
such as a dust collector. Because of this, it may be
difficult to determine if the shaper is running merely
by listening. To avoid serious personal injury, you
MUST make certain the shaper is turned F== and is
disconnected from power before attempting any setup
or adjustments.
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=`^li\49% Sequence for cutting the full
perimeter of a workpiece.
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Your shaper can perform rabbet cuts by using a straight
cutter and properly adjusting the spindle height and
the fences to produce the desired L-shape cut in the
workpiece (see Figure 50).
To make a rabbet cut, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Install a straight cutter and raise it above the table
a distance equal to the height of the rabbet cut (see
Figure 50).
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3.
Adjust the fence boards even with one another so
that the cutter is exposed to the workpiece by a
distance equal to the depth of the rabbet cut (see
Figure 50).
4.
Turn the machine FE and safely feed a test piece
past the cutter to verify the rabbet cut.
Depth
of Rabbet Cut
Height
of Rabbet Cut
Fence
Straight
Cutter
=`^li\50% Shaper setup for a rabbet cut.
FG<I8K@FEJ
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Feeding small stock through a shaper is always dangerous.
If you must shape small stock, use a zero-clearance fence.
This will provide greater protection for the operator,
better workpiece support, and reduced tearout on narrow
or fragile stock.
To make a zero-clearance fence, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the fence boards from the mounting
brackets.
3.
Select a piece of straight and smooth stock that is
the same height and thickness as the fence boards
and approximately 24" long.
4.
Cut an outline of the spindle and cutter from the
center of the stock selected in Step 3, as illustrated
in Figure 51.
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5.
6.
Create countersunk mounting holes in the zeroclearance fence so that the screws and T-nuts from
the split fence can be used to secure it to the
mounting brackets in the same manner.
Secure the zero-clearance fence to the brackets,
check for proper clearance, then run a test piece by
the cutter to verify the results.
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ALWAYS use hold-downs or featherboards
and push sticks when shaping small or
narrow stock. These devices keep your
hands away from the spinning cutter
and sufficiently support the stock to
allow a safe and effective cut, reducing
the risk of personal injury.
Mounting
Fastener
Zero-Clearance Fence
Table
Cutter
=`^li\51% Example of a zero-clearance
fence.
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Rub collars are used when shaping curved or irregular
workpieces, such as arched doors or round table tops, and
to limit the depth of your cut.
There are two types of rub collars—solid and ball bearing.
We recommend using ball bearing collars for smooth
operation. Woodstock carries an extensive line of rub
collars that are available through your local Woodstock
International Inc. dealer.
Not
Recommended!
Rub
Collar
Rub collars are used in one of the following positions:
Rub collar below the cutter: When the rub collar is
placed below the cutter, as illustrated in Figure 52,
the progress of the cut can be observed. However,
unintentional movement may lift the workpiece,
damaging your work and increasing the risk of injury
to the operator. We DO NOT recommend using the
rub collar below the cutter!
•
Rub collar above the cutter: When the rub collar
is used above the cutter, the cut cannot be seen, as
illustrated in Figure 53. This offers the advantage
that the cut is not affected by slight variations in
thickness, and accidental lifting will not damage the
workpiece. Simply correct any variation in height by
repeating the cut.
•
Rub collar between two cutters: Using a rub collar
between two cutters has the distinct advantage of
performing two cuts at once or eliminating the need
to change cutters for two different operations, as
illustrated in Figure 54. Notice the part of the edge
that is left uncut rides on the rub collar.
=`^li\52% Rub collar installed below the
cutter—NOT recommended!
Rub
Collar
=`^li\53% Rub collar installed above the
cutter.
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two cutters.
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Swing
otatio
n
Rub
Collar
R
Starting Pin
Workpiece
Freehand or irregular shaping greatly increases the
chance that the operator may lose control of the
workpiece, which could result in serious personal
injury. Therefore, a starting pin or support MUST be
used to start an irregular shaping operation.
Feed Direction
=`^li\55% Using a starting pin for
irregular shaping.
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Irregular or freehand shaping, as illustrated in Figure 55,
takes a high degree of skill and dexterity. In freehand
shaping, the fence assembly is removed so that a starting
pin can be used. However, the safety guard is installed
using the free-standing method, as shown in Figure 56.
With the fence assembly removed, you MUST us a rub
collar to guide the workpiece through the cut. Also, use
a jig or fixture to increase control of the workpiece and
help protect the operator.
Starting Pin
To use a starting pin, do these steps:
=`^li\56% Using a jig and a starting pin
for irregular shaping.
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the fence and safety guard assemblies.
3.
Insert a starting pin in the best suited hole on the
cast iron insert ring, as shown in Figure 57.
4.
Re-install the safety guard using the free-standing
method before you connect the machine to power
(refer to Free-Standing Safety Guard on Page 32 for
detailed instructions).
5.
Make sure the cutter is properly oriented and
installed with a rub collar, then connect the shaper
to power and start spindle rotation in the correct
direction for your operation.
6.
Rest the workpiece against the starting pin, then
slowly pivot and feed the workpiece into the cutter.
After the cut is started, move the workpiece against
the rub collar and away from the starting pin.
Starting Pin
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=`^li\57% Starting pin installed (shown
with safety guard removed for visual
clarity).
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With some irregular shaping operations, the locations of
the starting pin holes are not in the best positions. When
this is the case, clamp a wood scrap to the shaper table,
as shown in Figure 58, then use the wood as the starting
support.
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The use of templates allows identical parts to be shaped
with speed and accuracy. Shaping a pattern begins by
attaching a pre-fabricated template to the workpiece.
The edge of the template rides against a rub collar on the
spindle as the matching profile is cut on the workpiece, as
illustrated in Figure 59.
Follow these rules when making a template:
•
Design the template so that the cutting occurs
underneath the rub collar and that screws or clamps
will not come into contact with the cutter during
operation.
Install handles on top of the template so that you
can comfortably and safely control the operation.
•
Make sure the template material will work smoothly
with the starting pin/support and the rub collar.
•
Consider the rub collar diameter when designing the
template.
•
Never start the cut on a corner or sharp point of the
template.
To avoid possible injury from flying
debris, design jigs and fixtures so that
screws and clamps DO NOT contact the
cutter during operation. Make sure the
workpiece is held securely to the jig
and the jig is stable on the shaper table.
A sudden loss of control could lead to
serious personal injury.
Template
Rub
Collar
Workpiece
=`^li\59% Using a template and a rub
collar for pattern shaping.
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•
=`^li\58% Using scrap wood as a starting
support (shown without the safety clamp
for visual clarity).
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The following shaper accessories may be available through your local Woodstock International Inc.
Dealer. If you do not have a dealer in your area, these products are also available through online
dealers. Please call or e-mail Woodstock International Inc. Customer Service to get a current listing of
dealers at: 1-800-840-8420 or at sales@woodstockint.com.
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The W1105 Woodstock Board Buddies® hold the workpiece against
the table and fence during cutting operations. These Board Buddies®
are made from die-cast aluminum and feature non-marring green
neoprene rubber wheels. Because the wheels turn in both directions,
they function as hold-downs rather than anti-kickback devices. Mounts
to fences 3" to 3 1⁄2" high x 1" or wider with the optional Model W1107
12" Tracks, or the Model W1108 24" Tracks.
The W1500 SHOP FOX Right Angle Jig allows you to make cuts
on board ends, and various other cuts with complete accuracy and
improved safety. Constructed using top quality aluminum castings and
plates which are machined to exacting tolerances. It has the perfect
weight-use ratio to dampen vibration, yet is still light enough to
easily slide the workpiece through the shaping process. Its quality and
precision are evident from the first cut.
The features of the Model W1764 Small Power Feeder include: 1⁄8
HP, 110V, 1.2A motor; variable number of speeds between 6 1⁄2–39 FPM;
three synthetic rubber wheels (1 1⁄8"W x 3"D); forward and reverse
feed; X, Y, and Z adjustments; 13" vertical movement; and 11" horizontal movement.
The D2057A SHOP FOX® Adjustable Mobile Base supports your shaper
so you can move it easily and lock it in position. Designed for long
term and frequent moving of heavy machinery.
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For optimum performance from your machine, follow
this maintenance schedule and refer to any specific
instructions given in this section.
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Daily:
• Clean and protect the top surfaces.
• Check/tighten loose mounting bolts.
• Check/replace damaged or worn cutters.
• Check/repair worn or damaged wires.
• Check/resolve any other unsafe condition.
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Weekly:
• Clean the inside of the cabinet.
• Check the V-belt condition and tension (Page 43).
Monthly:
• Lubricate the spindle slide and leadscrew (Page 42).
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Occasionally it will become necessary to clean with
more than compressed air. Clean metal-to-metal contact
areas inside the cabinet with a citrus cleaner or mineral
spirits and a stiff wire brush or steel wool. Make sure the
internal workings are dry before using the shaper again,
so that wood dust will not accumulate. After cleaning,
re-lubricate the appropriate parts.
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Tables can be kept rust-free with regular applications
of products like SLIPIT®. For long term storage you may
want to consider products like Boeshield T-9™.
-41-
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Frequently blow off sawdust with compressed air. This is
especially important for the elevation mechanism and the
motor. Dust build-up around the motor is a sure way to
decrease its lifespan.
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Since all bearings are sealed and permanently lubricated,
simply leave them alone until they need to be replaced.
Do not lubricate them. However, the spindle slide and
leadscrew do need lubrication.
Leadscrew
To lubricate the spindle slide and leadscrew, do these
steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Use the spindle height handwheel to lower the
spindle all the way, then access the elevation
assembly through the rear of the cabinet (see Figure
60).
Use mineral spirits, shop rags, and a stiff brush
to clean away grease and built-up grime from
the surfaces of both slides and the threads of the
leadscrew, then apply a thin coat of gear grease to
these surfaces.
4.
Fully raise and lower the spindle to distribute the
grease.
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3.
-42-
Slide
=`^li\60% Spindle slide and leadscrew.
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The V-belt transfers power from the motor to the
spindle. If the V-belt does not have the proper tension
or is damaged in any way, the shaper will not operate
optimally and unnecessary wear on the moving parts will
occur. Regularly check the V-belt tension and replace it
when necessary.
Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench or Socket 14mm .......................................1
To tension the V-belt, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the two hex bolts holding the motor mount
to the spindle slide, as shown in =`^li\61% Do not
remove the bolts completely.
3.
If the V-belt is cracked, excessively worn, or
damaged, slide the motor to the right, then replace
the V-belt.
To tension the V-belt, slide the motor to the left
until the V-belt is snug, then tighten the bolts.
The amount of V-belt deflection between the
pulley should be approximately 1⁄4" when moderate
pressure is applied, as illustrated in Figure 62.
,%
When the V-belt is adjusted properly, re-tighten the
motor mount hex bolts.
-%
Check to make sure the V-belt is correctly aligned on
both pulleys (refer to Pulley Alignment on Page 45
for detailed instructions).
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=`^li\61% Loosening the motor mount hex
bolts.
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This section covers the most common service adjustments
or procedures that may need to be made during the life
of your machine.
If you require additional machine service not included
in this section, please contact Woodstock International
Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to:
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The aluminum table insert is held in place by a cast
iron insert ring, which should be adjusted level with the
table top (see Figure 63). This is necessary to avoid the
workpiece catching on the insert or ring during operation,
causing an unsafe condition and poor cutting results.
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Tools Needed
Qty
Phillips Screwdriver #2 .........................................1
Standard Screwdriver #2.......................................1
Precision Straightedge .........................................1
Table
Insert
To make the insert and insert ring level with the table
top, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the table insert, then remove the three
Phillips screws that secure the insert ring to the
table top.
Insert
Ring
=`^li\63% Leveling the insert ring.
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3.
Lay a precision straightedge across the insert ring
and the table, then adjust the barrel screws until
the insert ring is level with the table top in all
directions.
4.
Replace the Phillips screws, but do not overtighten
them.
5.
Replace the table insert, then use the straightedge
to re-check the inserts. If necessary, repeat this
procedure until both the insert ring and table
insert are completely level with the table top in all
directions.
-44-
=`^li\64% Insert ring barrel screw.
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For safe and accurate shaping, the fence boards must be
parallel with one another so that they properly support
the workpiece through the entire cutting operation.
Tools Needed
Qty
Phillips Screwdriver #2 .........................................1
Precision Straightedge 24" .....................................1
Shims.................................................. As Needed
To check and align the fence boards parallel with each
other, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Make sure the fence boards are even with each
other, then place the straightedge against both fence
boards, as shown in Figure 65.
=`^li\65% Checking fence board
parallelism.
— If there is a gap between the straightedge and the
fence boards, use shims as needed between the
fence boards and the mounting brackets to make
the boards completely parallel with each other
along their entire length.
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Pulley alignment is important to the performance of your
shaper. If the pulleys are just slightly out of alignment,
the shaper may suffer from power loss and decreased
V-belt life. When the pulleys are parallel and aligned with
each other, they are said to be coplanar—in the same
plane.
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Tools Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge .........................................1
To check the alignment of the pulleys, do these steps:
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Reach into the rear of the cabinet, then hold the
straightedge up to the pulleys to determine if they
are both aligned and parallel, as shown in Figure 66.
— If the pulleys are not parallel or aligned with
each other, perform the appropriate steps in the
following procedures.
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Tools Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge .........................................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2 .........................................1
Wrench or Socket 12mm .......................................1
Wrench or Socket 14mm .......................................1
Mounting Bolts
To make the pulleys parallel, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Remove the motor cover from the cabinet, then
loosen the two motor mounting hex bolts that are
behind the motor mount (see Figure 67).
3.
Reach into the rear of the cabinet and loosen the
two motor mount hex bolts directly under the
spindle cartridge.
4.
Using the straightedge as a guide, rotate the motor
assembly until the motor pulley is parallel with the
spindle pulley, then re-tighten the four motor mount
hex bolts.
5.
Replace the motor cover before connecting the
machine to power.
=`^li\67% Motor mounting bolts behind
the motor mount.
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Tools Needed
Qty
Precision Straightedge .........................................1
Wrench or Socket 12mm .......................................1
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To align the pulleys, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Reach into the rear of the cabinet, then loosen the
hex bolt on the spindle cartridge bracket, as shown
in Figure 68.
3.
Using the straightedge as a guide, adjust the height
of the spindle cartridge until the pulleys are aligned,
then re-tighten the bracket hex bolt.
-46-
=`^li\68% Spindle cartridge bracket hex
bolt.
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The gib controls the smoothness of the slide movement,
as well as, the run out or end play of the spindle.
Tightening the gibs too much will make it hard to adjust
the height of the spindle and cause excessive wear on the
slide. Loosening the gibs too much will introduce spindle
end play and cause poor cutting results and excessive
wear on the spindle bearings.
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1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Use the spindle height handwheel to raise the
spindle to its highest position.
— Notice the movement of the handwheel. If it is
difficult to turn or you feel resistance from the
spindle slide, the gibs may need to be loosened.
3.
Use the spindle lock to hold the spindle in place,
then attempt to wiggle the top of the spindle.
If there is movement, the gibs may need to be
tightened.
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Tools Needed
Qty
Wrench 12mm ...................................................1
Hex Wrench 4mm ...............................................1
To adjust the gibs, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT SHAPER FROM POWER!
2.
Loosen the jam nuts on the gib adjustment set
screws (see Figure 69).
Evenly adjust the set screws small amounts, then
test the results.
4.
When you are satisfied with the gib adjustment,
re-tighten the jam nuts without turning the set
screws.
5.
Re-check the gib adjustment. If necessary, repeat
this procedure.
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3.
Gib
Adjustment
Set Screws
=`^li\69% Gib adjustment set screws.
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These pages are current at the time of printing. However, in the spirit of improvement, we may
make changes to the electrical systems of future machines. Study this diagram carefully. If you notice
differences between your machine and these wiring diagrams, call Woodstock International Technical
Support at (360) 734-3482.
(% J?F:B?8Q8I;% Working on wiring that is
connected to a power source is extremely
dangerous. Touching electrified parts will
result in personal injury including but not
limited to severe burns, electrocution,
or death. Disconnect the power from
the machine before servicing electrical
components!
,% DFKFIN@I@E>% The motor wiring shown
in these diagrams is current at the time
of printing, but it may not match your
machine. Always use the wiring diagram
inside the motor junction box.
-% DF;@=@:8K@FEJ% Using aftermarket parts or
modifying the wiring beyond what is shown
in the diagram may lead to unpredictable
results, including serious injury or fire.
)% HL8C@=@<;<C<:KI@:@8E% Due to the
inherent hazards of electricity, only a
qualified electrician should perform wiring
tasks on this machine. If you are not a
qualified electrician, get help from one
before attempting any kind of wiring job.
*% N@I<:FEE<:K@FEJ% All connections must
be tight to prevent wires from loosening
during machine operation. Double-check all
wires disconnected or connected during any
wiring task to ensure tight connections.
+% N@I<&:FDGFE<EK;8D8><% Damaged
wires or components increase the risk of
serious personal injury, fire, or machine
damage. If you notice that any wires or
components are damaged while performing
a wiring task, replace those wires or
components before completing the task.
.% :8G8:@KFIJ&@EM<IK<IJ% Some capacitors
and power inverters store an electrical
charge for up to five minutes after being
disconnected from the power source. To
avoid being shocked, wait at least this long
before working on these components.
/% <C<:KI@:8CI<HL@I<D<EKJ% You MUST
follow the electrical requirements at the
beginning of this manual when connecting
your machine to a power source.
0% <OG<I@<E:@E>;@==@:LCK@<J% If you are
experiencing difficulties understanding
the information included in this section,
contact our Technical Support at (360) 7343482.
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WIRING DIAGRAM COLOR KEY
The photos and diagrams
included in this section are
best viewed in color. You
can view these pages in
color at www.shopfox.biz.
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
BROWN
GREEN
GRAY
YELLOW
YELLOW
GREEN
PURPLE
RED
ORANGE
PINK
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LIGHT
BLUE
BLUE
WHITE
TURQUOISE
wiring diagram
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=`^li\70% Motor wiring.
=`^li\71% Spindle switch wiring.
Spindle Switch
220V Single-Phase
Motor (Pre-Wired)
Gnd
FOR STOP REV
Read
Page 48
STOP
Before
Wiring
Gnd
5
U
5
R
6
V
S
6
Ground
G
5
220V Single-Phase
NEMA 6-15 Plug
(As Recommended)
Neutral
Ground
Hot
110V NEMA 5-20 Plug
(As Recommended)
-49-
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Hot
Rewired to 110V
Gnd
Rewired to 110V
110V Motor
Hot
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This section covers the most common problems and corrections with this type of
machine. WARNING! DO NOT make any adjustments until power is disconnected and
moving parts have come to a complete stop!
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Machine does not start or a 1. Power supply switched OFF or at
breaker trips.
fault.
2. Plug/receptacle at fault/wired
wrong.
3. Motor connection wired wrong.
4. Thermal overload relay has
tripped.
5. Wall circuit breaker tripped.
6. Wiring open/has high resistance.
7. Start capacitor at fault.
8. Spindle switch at fault.
9. Motor at fault.
Machine stalls or is under- 1. Workpiece material not suitable for
powered.
machine.
2. Fence/jig loose or misaligned.
3. V-belt slipping.
4. Motor wired incorrectly.
5. Plug/receptacle at fault.
6. Pulley slipping on shaft.
7. Motor bearings at fault.
8. Machine undersized for task.
9. Motor overheated.
10. Spindle switch at fault.
11. Motor at fault.
Machine has vibration or 1. Motor or component loose.
noisy operation.
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2. Cutter at fault.
3. V-belt worn or loose.
4. Shaper bit or spindle at fault.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Pulley loose.
Motor mount loose/broken.
Machine incorrectly mounted.
Motor fan rubbing on fan cover.
Motor bearings at fault.
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1. Ensure power supply is ON/has correct voltage.
2. Test for good contacts; correct the wiring.
3. Correct motor wiring connections (Page 49).
4. Reset; adjust trip load dial if necessary; replace.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Ensure circuit size is correct/replace weak breaker.
Check/fix broken, disconnected, or corroded wires.
Test/replace if faulty.
Replace switch.
Test/repair/replace.
1. Only cut wood/ensure moisture is below 20%.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Adjust fence/jig.
Tension/replace V-belt (Page 43).
Wire motor correctly (Page 49).
Test for good contacts/correct wiring.
Replace loose pulley/shaft.
Test/repair/replace.
Use correct, sharp cutter; reduce feed rate/depth
of cut.
9. Clean motor, let cool, and reduce workload.
10. Test/replace switch.
11. Test/repair/replace.
1. Inspect/replace damaged bolts/nuts, and re-tighten.
2. Replace damaged cutter.
3. Tension/replace V-belt (Page 43).
4. Replace cutter; tighten loose spindle; replace defective spindle or spindle cartridge.
5. Realign/replace shaft, pulley, set screw, and key.
6. Tighten/replace.
7. Tighten mounting bolts; relocate/shim machine.
8. Fix/replace fan cover; replace loose/damaged fan.
9. Test by rotating shaft; rotational grinding/loose
shaft requires bearing replacement.
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Spindle does not raise or
lower easily.
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1. Spindle slide or leadscrew is clogged 1. Clean the spindle slide and leadscrew, then
with sawdust.
lubricate them (refer to Page 42).
1.
Dull cutter.
2.
Too slow of a feed rate.
3.
Pitch build-up on cutter.
Cutter rotating in the wrong direc- 4.
tion.
5.
5. Taking too deep of a cut.
Workpiece is burned when 1.
cut.
2.
3.
4.
Replace cutter or have it professionally sharpened.
Increase feed speed.
Clean cutter with a blade and bit cleaning solution.
Reverse the direction of the cutter rotation.
Make several passes of light cuts.
Fuzzy grain.
1. Wood may have high moisture con- 1. Check moisture content and allow to dry if moisture
is more than 20%.
tent or surface wetness.
2. Replace or have cutter professionally sharpened.
2. Dull cutter.
Chipping.
1. Knots or conflicting grain direction 1. Inspect workpiece for knots and grain direction; only
use clean stock.
in wood.
2. Replace the cutter, or have it professionally sharp2. Nicked or chipped cutter.
ened.
3. Slow down the feed rate.
3. Feeding workpiece too fast.
4. Take a smaller depth of cut. (Always reduce cutting
4. Taking too deep of a cut.
depth when working with hard woods.)
5. Cutting against the grain of the 5. Cut with the grain of the wood.
wood.
1. Move smoothly or use a power feeder.
Divots in the edge of the 1. Inconsistent feed speed.
cut.
2. Inconsistent pressure against the 2. Apply constant pressure.
fence and rub collar.
3. Fence not adjusted correctly.
3. Adjust fence.
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57
59
68
14
56
55
20 52
44
17A
20B 17B
17
22
16B
19-1
16A
17B
16
26
29
53
21 25
28
16B
16A
58
24
14
22
13
19
20A
18
22
30
30
2V2
15
29
28
9
11
37
12
8
7
10
3
67
65
66
3
74
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3
6
32V2
34
69
5
75
45
3
40
4
39
46
38
1
47
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48
50
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REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2V2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16A
16B
17
17A
17B
18
19
19-1
20
20A
20B
21
21A
22
24
25
26
28
29
30
31
STAND
MOTOR COVER V2.09.05
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 3/8
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 3/4
LOCK WASHER 3/8
FLAT WASHER 3/8
TABLE
OUTER TABLE INSERT
INNER TABLE INSERT
BARREL SCREW 7/16-14 X 12
FLAT HD SCR 10-24X 3/4
STARTING PIN
LOCK HANDLE
FLAT WASHER 5/16
LEFT FENCE MOUNT
HOLD-DOWN BAR BRACKET
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/2
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
POINTER
PHLP SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
FLAT WASHER 1/4
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
MAIN FENCE BRACKET
COMPLETE FENCE ASSEMBLY
FENCE RAM SCALE
LEFT FENCE HOUSING SCALE
RIGHT FENCE HOUSING SCALE
KNURLED KNOB
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
T-SLOT NUT 1/4-20
FENCE SCREW 3/8-16 X 3-19/32
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 5/16
RIGHT FENCE MOUNT
FLAT WASHER 5/8
FENCE BOARD
PHLP HD SCR 1/4-20 X 5/8
SWITCH BOX
32V2
33
34
35V2
36V2
37
38
39
40
42
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
55
56
57
58
59
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
LOCKING F/R SWITCH V2.09.10
SWITCH BOX COVER
SWITCH MOUNT BRACKET
MOTOR CORD 14AWG 5C 86CM
PWR CORD 14AWG 3C 366CM 6-15P
STRAIN RELIEF 16
HEX NUT 10-24
TAP SCREW #8 x 3/8
SPINDLE HEIGHT SCALE
GROMMET
FENCE ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
EXT TOOTH WASHER #10
MACHINE ID LABEL
SAFETY GLASSES LABEL
UNPLUG MACHINE LABEL
ELECTRICITY LABEL
READ MANUAL LABEL
SHOP FOX NAMEPLATE
FENCE RAM
PINION SHAFT
CAP SCREW 5/16-18 X 1
FLAT WASHER 5/16
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/8
FLAT WASHER 1/4
LOCK HANDLE
STRAIN RELIEF PLATE
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 1/2
HEX NUT 10-24
PINON SHAFT EXT RETAINING RING
PADLOCK FOR SWITCH
HOOK
STRAIN RELIEF STD M20 STRAIGHT
STRAIN RELIEF SNAP-IN M8
STRAIN RELIEF STD M16 STRAIGHT
REAR CABINET PANEL
FLANGE SCREW 10-24 X 3/8
X1674001
X1674002V2
XPS06
XPB21
XPLW04
XPW02
X1674007
X1674008
X1674009
X1674010
XPFH21
X1674012
X1674013
XPW07
X1674015
X1674016
XPCAP04
XPSS03
X1674017
XPS07
XPW06
XPCAP17
X1674019
X1674019-1
X1674020
X1674020A
X1674020B
X1674021
X1674021A
X1674022
X1674024
XPSS04
X1674026
XPW14
X1674029
XPS12
X1674031
X1674032V2
X1674033
X1674034
X1674035V2
X1674036V2
X1674037
XPN07
XPHTEK7
X1674040
X1674042
X1674044
XPTLW01
X1674046
XLABEL-01
XLABEL-02
XLABEL-04
XLABEL-12
D3376
X1674052
X1674053
XPCAP03
XPW07
XPSS02
XPW06
X1674059
X1674065
XPS01
XPN07
X1674068
X1674069
X1674070
X1674071
X1674072
X1674073
X1674074
XPFS03
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Dfkfi8jj\dYcp
140
139
145-2
150
145
145-5
145-4
144
141
145-1
143
142
137
145-3
146
147
116
136
128
127
131
133
132
135
149
148
129
134
126
117
116
123
148
115
119
113
122
118
121
111
110
108
112
123A
105
151
104
103
114
107
120
101
109
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106
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REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
101
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
123A
126
127
128
X1674101
X1674103
XPSS02
XPSS11
X1674106
XPCAP04
X1674108
X1674109
X1674110
X1674111
XPRP72M
X1674113
X1674114
XPSS20
XPN02
X1674117
XPB25
XPLW03
X1674120
X1674121
XPK20M
X1674123
XP51102
X1674126
XPW07
XPB07
HANDLE
HANDWHEEL
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/8
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/4
COLLAR
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/2
SHAFT MOUNT
BUSHING
WORM SHAFT
STAR KNOB
ROLL PIN 3 X 15
SPINDLE LOCK SCREW
GIB
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 1-1/2
HEX NUT 5/16-18
ELEVATION HOUSING
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 1-3/4
LOCK WASHER 3/16
SPECIAL LOCK NUT
GEAR 25T
KEY 5 X 5 X 15
LEADSCREW 5/8-10 X 4-5/8
THRUST BEARING 51102
SPINDLE HOUSING
FLAT WASHER 5/16
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 3/4
129
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
145-1
145-2
145-3
145-4
145-5
146
147
148
149
150
151
XPB11
XPB19
XPW06
X1674133
X1674134
XPW07
XPB15
X1674137
X1674139
X1674140
XPB12
XPW07
XPLW01
XPK12M
X1674145
XPC400A
X1674145-2
X1674145-3
X1674145-4
X1674145-5
X1674146
XPB16
XPW02
XPLW04
XPSS02
X1674151
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1-1/2
HEX BOLT 1/4-20 X 1/2
FLAT WASHER 1/4
BRACKET
POINTER
FLAT WASHER 5/16
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 3/8
CABLE CLAMP 1/2"
V-BELT GATES 7M600
STEP PULLEY
HEX BOLT 5/16-18 X 1-1/4
FLAT WASHER 5/16
LOCK WASHER 5/16
KEY 5 X 5 X 30
MOTOR 2HP 110/220V 1PH 60HZ
S CAPACITOR 400MFD 125VAC
CAPACITOR COVER
WIRE BOX COVER
MOTOR FAN
MOTOR FAN COVER
MOTOR MOUNT PLATE
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 1-1/2
FLAT WASHER 3/8
LOCK WASHER 3/8
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/8
HANDWHEEL WASHER
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237
207
234
232
206
201C
208
221
231
222
235
209
201A
223
224
217
225
236
218
201B
226
208
233
227
219
213
228
202
233B
204
203
214
215
205
220
233A
G8IKJ
216
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
201A
201B
201C
201D
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
X1674201A
X1674201B
X1674201C
X1674201D
XPR15M
X1674203
X1674204
XPK14M
X1674206
XPFH08
XP6204
X1674209
X1674213
X1674214
X1674215
XPR13M
X1674217
X1674218
X1674219
SPINDLE 1/2"
SPINDLE 3/4"
SPINDLE NUT SET 1/2"
SPINDLE NUT SET 3/4"
EXT RETAINING RING 30MM
CARTRIDGE PIN
SPINDLE CARTRIDGE
KEY 5 X 5 X 18
HOUSING CAP
FLAT HD SCR 10-24 X 1/2
BALL BEARING 6204
SPACER LONG
SLEEVE
BEARING HOUSING
DRAWBAR 5/16-24 X 5-7/8
EXT RETAINING RING 65MM
STEP PULLEY
SPANNER LOCK WASHER 3/4"
SPANNER NUT 3/4"
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
231
232
233
233A
233B
234
235
236
237
X1674220
W1159
W1160
W1161
W1162
W1164
W1165
W1166
W1167
X1674231
X1674232
X1674233
X1674233A
X1674233B
X1674234
XPAW03M
XPAW05M
XPWR1214
DRAWBAR NUT 5/16-24
SPACER 1/2" x 1" x 1/4"
SPACER 1/2" x 1" x 3/8"
SPACER 1/2" x 1" x 1/2"
SPACER 1/2" x 1" x 3/4"
SPACER 3/4" x 1-1/4" x 1/4"
SPACER 3/4" x 1-1/4" x 3/8"
SPACER 3/4" x 1-1/4" x 1/2"
SPACER 3/4" x 1-1/4" x 3/4"
SPINDLE WASHER 1/2"
SPINDLE WASHER 3/4"
SPINDLE WRENCH SET
SPINDLE WRENCH
SPINDLE WRENCH HEXAGON
SPINDLE CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY
HEX WRENCH 3MM
HEX WRENCH 5MM
OPEN END WRENCH 12/14
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414
410
413
418
406-1
420
419
418
415V2
405
409
404
421
403
418
419
401
402
416V2
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
401
402
403
404
405
406-1
409
410
XPSS02
X1674402
XPLW04
XPB18
X1674405
X1674406-1
X1674409
X1674410
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/8
SHAFT MOUNT
LOCK WASHER 3/8
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 1
EXTENSION BRACKET
LOCK KNOB SHAFT ASSY
SHAFT
HANDLE PEG W/SHAFT
413
414
415V2
416V2
418
419
420
421
XPN05
X1674414
X1674415V2
XPFH02
XPW06
X1674419
X1674420
X1674421
HEX NUT 1/4-20
EXTENSION BAR
OVERHEAD SAFETY GUARD V2.09.10
FLAT HD SCR 10-24 X 1
FLAT WASHER 1/4
KNOB BOLT 1/4-20 X 1/2
TOP SAFETY GUARD
FRONT SAFETY GUARD
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501
504
503
504
502
501
503
502
504
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
501
502
X1674501
X1674502
HOLD-DOWN BAR
HOLD-DOWN
503
504
X1674503
XPSS03
HOLD-DOWN BRACKET
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
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601
602
603
612
603-1
604
607
608
613
605
611
606
614
610
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PART #
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REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
601
602
603
603-1
604
605
606
607
X1674601
XPW07
X1674603
X1674603-1
X1674604
X1674605
XPFH19
XPN07
HANDLE
FLAT WASHER 5/16
MITER GAUGE BODY
COMPLETE MITER GAUGE ASSY
MITER BAR
SPECIAL WASHER
FLAT HD SCR 1/4-20 X 3/8
HEX NUT 10-24
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
XPSS32
XPSS29
X1674610
X1674611
X1674612
X1674613
X1674614
SET SCREW 10-24 X 3/4
SET SCREW 10-24 X 1/4
STOP
POINTER
SCALE
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