Woodstock THE SHOP FOX W1500 Specifications

Model W1702
3HP Shaper
Manual Insert
(For Models Manufactured Since 8/10)
Phone #: (360) 734-3482 • Online Tech Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz • Web: www.shopfox.biz
We recently made changes to the Model W1702 3HP Shaper for CSA certification. As a result, the
electrical requirements, specifications, and some parts shown in the original manual no longer match
what is currently on the machine.
This manual update provides new power requirements, specifications, and parts information that reflect
the changes. At the top of the following pages, the header indicates which page it replaces in the
original manual. All changes indicated in this update are effective for machines manufactured since
August, 2010.
Before operating your new shaper, you MUST read and understand this manual insert AND the original
manual to reduce the risk of injury from improper use or setup. Since this insert covers changes made to
the machine after the owner's manual was printed, you MUST keep this insert with your owner's manual
for future reference.
If you have any questions, contact Tech Support at (360) 734-3482 or by email at tech-support@shopfox.biz.
Figure 1. Model W1702 3HP Shaper
COPYRIGHT © SEPTEMBER, 2010 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT
#13142TS Printed in Taiwan
THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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Model W1702 Manual Insert (Mfg. Since 8/10)
(Replaces Specification on Page 3)
MACHINE
SPECIFICATIONS
Phone #: (360) 734-3482 • Online Tech Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz • Web: www.shopfox.biz
MOdEl W1702
3 HP SHAPER
Motor Size ...................................................... 3 HP, 220V, 60 Hz Single-Phase
Motor Speed .............................................................................. 3,450 RPM
Amps............................................................................................... 12A
Minimum Circuit Size ........................................................................... 15A
Spindle Sizes ......................................................... 1⁄2", 3⁄4", and 1" (Included)
1
⁄2" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar ........................ 2"
3
⁄4" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar ..................... 21⁄2"
1" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar....................... 21⁄4"
Maximum Cutter Diameter .................................................................... 51⁄2"
Spindle Travel ...................................................................................... 3"
Spindle Speeds ............................................................ 7,000 and 10,000 RPM
Handwheel Rotation to Spindle Travel ........................................... 360º = 0.045"
Table W/Extension Wing .............................................301⁄2" Wide x 281⁄4" Deep
Stand ....................................................... Cabinet Style, Powder Coated Paint
Footprint .................................................................................... 21" x 20"
Cord .................................................................................10' x 14 Gauge
Dust Port ............................................................................................ 3"
Power Transfer ......................................................................... V-Belt Drive
Bearings ................................. Shielded and Permanently Lubricated Ball Bearings
Switch .............................. Magnetic with Thermal Overload, Forward and Reverse
Shipping Weight............................................................................. 367 lbs.
Machine Weight ............................................................................. 352 lbs.
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Power Supply (Replaces Page 8)
Availability
Circuit Information
Before installing this machine, consider the
availability and proximity of the required power
supply circuit. If an existing circuit does not
meet the requirements for this machine, a new
circuit must be installed to minimize the risk
of electrocution, fire, or equipment damage,
installation work and electrical wiring must be
done by a qualified electrician in accordance with
all applicable codes and standards.
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. This circuit must be
sized to safely handle the full-load current drawn
from the machine for an extended period of time.
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.
Electrocution, fire, or equipment
damage may occur if the machine
is not correctly grounded and
connected to the power supply.
Note: 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.
Full-Load Current Rating
The full-load current rating is the amperage a
machine draws at 100% of the rated output power.
On machines with multiple motors, this is the
amperage drawn by the largest motor or sum of all
motors and electrical devices that might operate
at one time during normal operations.
Circuit Requirements
This machine prewired to operate on a 220V power
supply circuit that has a verified ground and meets
the following requirements:
Full Load Current Rating................... 12 Amps
The full-load current is not the maximum amount
of amps that the machine will draw. If the
machine is overloaded, it will draw additional
amps beyond the full-load rating.
Nominal Voltage........................... 220V/240V
Cycle................................................60 Hz
Phase...................................... Single-Phase
Circuit Rating................................. 15 Amps
Plug/Receptacle........................... NEMA 6-15
If the machine is overloaded for a sufficient length
of time, damage, overheating, or fire may result—
especially if connected to an undersized circuit. To
reduce the risk of these hazards, avoid overloading
the machine during operation and make sure it is
connected to a power supply circuit that meets
the requirements in the following section.
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Grounding Requirements
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
wire can result in a risk of electric shock. The
wire with green insulation (with or without
yellow stripes) is the equipment-grounding 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.
In the event of certain types of malfunctions or
breakdowns, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current—in order to reduce
the risk of electric shock.
For 220V Operation: This machine is equipped
with a power cord that has an equipmentgrounding wire and a grounding plug (similar to
the figure below). The plug must only be inserted
into a matching receptacle (outlet) that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
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.
GROUNDED
6-15 RECEPTACLE
Extension Cords
We do not recommend using an extension cord
with this machine. If you must use an extension
cord, only use it if absolutely necessary and only
on a temporary basis.
Current Carrying Prongs
6-15 PLUG
Extension cords cause voltage drop, which may
damage electrical components and shorten motor
life. Voltage drop increases as the extension cord
size gets longer and the gauge size gets smaller
(higher gauge numbers indicate smaller sizes).
Grounding Prong
Figure 2. Typical NEMA 6-15 plug and receptacle.
Any extension cord used with this machine
must contain a ground wire, match the required
plug and receptacle, and meet the following
requirements:
Serious injury could occur if you connect
the machine to power before completing the
setup process. DO NOT connect to power until
instructed later in this manual.
Minimum Gauge Size......................... 14 AWG
Maximum Length (Shorter is Better)........50 ft.
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Replaces Page 23
Forward/Reverse
Cutter Direction
The Model W1702 is capable of operating in two
Switch
directions by use of a forward/reverse switch
as shown in Figure 32. It is very important that
the workpiece be fed against the direction of
the cutter rotation. This will prevent a climb
cut and maintains a safe cutting procedure for
the operator. There will be times when it is
necessary to flip the shaper cutter over and run
it in the opposite direction, and feed the board
from the opposite end of the shaper.
Figure 32. Forward/reverse switch.
The forward/reverse switch comes with a
padlock so that the switch can be disabled when
the machine is not in use. This will ensure that
only authorized operators can use the shaper.
NOTICE
When the switch is pointing to the FWD
position, the spindle and cutter rotate
counter-clockwise.
•
When pointing to the REV position, the
spindle and cutter rotate clockwise.
•
When the forward and reverse switch is
pointing to the OFF position, the shaper
motor has no power, but power is still
going to the switch. Always unplug the
power cord from the shaper to the power
source before changing cutters or doing an
adjustment or maintenance.
Always try to operate the shaper so the wood
is cut from the underside. Topside cutting is
more dangerous for the operator, because when
the wood is cut on the top side, the cutter can
lift and grab the wood and cause severe injury!
Refer to Rub Collars on Page 29, for specific
recommendations.
If the included padlock must be replaced for
any reason, you must use a lock that meets
the following requirements. Otherwise, the
shaft may not properly disable the switch.
12.5 Radius
•
5
24
When using a router bit adapter, ONLY operate
your shaper in the COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
16
direction as looking downward at the spindle,
and ALWAYS feed the workpiece against
the rotation of the cutters. Router bits
are designed to cut in a counter-clockwise
direction only. DO NOT operate the shaper
in the clockwise direction to make any sort
of router-bit back cut. If this warning is
ignored, the workpiece can kick back, the
collet can loosen and throw the cutter, and
cause severe injury or death!
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30
Dimensions Expressed in Millimeters
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Main Parts Diagram (Replaces Page 36)
6V2
3
96
93
95
89
94
88
93
46V2
97
601A
35V3
69V2
78V2
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Main Parts List (Replaces Page 37)
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6V2
7
9
10
11
12
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
28
29
30
31
32
33
35V3
36
37
39
40
46V2
48
49
51
52
53
55
X1702001
X1702002
XPS07
XPB21
XPLW04
X1702006V2
X1702007
X1702009
X1702010
X1702011
X1702012
XPW02
X1702016
X1702017
X1702018
X1702019
X1702020
X1702021
X1674022
X1674029
XPSS04
XPW06
X1702029
X1702030
X1702031
X1702032
X1702033
X1702035V3
X1702036
X1702037
X1702039
X1702040
X1702046V2
XLABEL-02B
XLABEL-04
XLABEL-06
XLABEL-12
X1702053
XPCAP77
STAND
TABLE WING
PHLP HD SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 3/4
LOCK WASHER 3/8
MOTOR COVER V2.08.10
TABLE
TABLE INSERT
TABLE INSERT
TABLE INSERT
STARTING PIN
FLAT WASHER 3/8
HOLD DOWN BRACKET
POINTER
FENCE MOUNT, RIGHT
LOCK HANDLE
LEFT FACING (PLASTIC)
RIGHT FACING (PLASTIC)
T-SLOT NUT 1/4-20
FENCE BOARD
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 5/16
FLAT WASHER 1/4
MAIN FENCE HOUSING
KNURLED KNOB
FENCE MOUNT, LEFT
SWITCH MOUNT BRACKET
MAGNETIC SWITCH
FWD/REV SWITCH V3.09.10
BRACKET
SWITCH BOX
SWITCH BOX COVER
SCALE
MACHINE ID/WARNING CSA V2.08.10
UNPLUG POWER LABEL
ELECTRICITY LABEL
RESPIRATOR/GLASSES LABEL
READ MANUAL LABEL
PINION SHAFT
CAP SCREW 3/8-24 X 1
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69V2
70
72
73
78V2
79
80
81
82
83
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
601
601A
601A
X1702056
XPSS02
X1702058
X1674059
XPCAP04
XPW06
X1702062
X1674020B
X1674020A
XPS07
XPSS03
X1702067
XPFH16
X1702069V2
X1702070
X1702072
X1702073
X1702078V2
XPHTEK1
XPW02
XPW02
XPW06
XPCAP17
X1702085
XPFH21
XPB24
XPS01
XPN07
XPTLW02M
XPS07
X1702092
X1702093
X1702094
X1702095
XPS06
X1702097
XPLOGO1
XPS50M
XPS50M
FENCE ADJ SCREW
SET SCREW 5/16-18 X 3/8
ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
LOCK HANDLE
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/2
FLAT WASHER 1/4
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
FENCE HOUSING SCALE RIGHT
FENCE HOUSING SCALE LEFT
PHLP HD SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
SCALE
FLAT HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1-1/4
POWER CORD 14G 3C 6-15 V2.08.10
ADJUSTMENT TUBE
COLOR STRIPE
MODEL NUMBER LABEL
MOTOR CORD 14G 4C V2.08.10
TAP SCREW #6 X 1/2
FLAT WASHER 3/8
FLAT WASHER 3/8
FLAT WASHER 1/4
CAP SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
BARREL SCREW
FLAT HD SCR 10-24X 3/4
HEX BOLT 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 1/2
HEX NUT 10-24
EXT TOOTH WASHER 5MM
PHLP HD SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/8
SPECIAL COVER SCREW
STRAIN RELIEF 16
STRAIN RELIEF PLATE
REAR CABINET PANEL
PHLP HD SCR 10-24 X 3/8
SWITCH PADLOCK
SHOP FOX LOGO PLATE LARGE
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 12
PHLP HD SCR M3-.5 X 12
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Safety Guard Parts (Replaces Pages 42–43)
314
310
313
317
306
319
305
315V2
318
321
304
317
309
320
302
303
317
301
316V2
318
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART #
DESCRIPTION
301
302
303
304
305
306
309
310
313
XPSS02
X1674402
XPLW04
XPB18
X1674405
X1674406-1
X1674409
X1674410
XPN02
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
T-HANDLE LOCK ASSY
HEX NUT 5/16-18
314
315V2
316V2
317
318
319
320
321
X1674414
X1702315V2
XPFH12
XPW06
X1702318
X1702319
X1702320
X1674417
EXTENSION BAR
OVERHEAD SAFETY GUARD V2.08.10
FLAT HD SCR 1/4-20 X 1
FLAT WASHER 1/4
KNOB BOLT 1/4-20 X 1/2"
TOP PLASTIC SAFETY GUARD
FRONT SAFETY GUARD
THREADED SUPPORT
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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 W1702
Manual Update
August, 2005
Why the Update?
Since the manual was originally written, we have changed the way this shaper is packaged, which affects
the assembly instructions.
This update covers the changes to the machine, or any critical information that may be missing from the
original W1702 manual. This update is intended to be used WITH the original manual, not as a replacement for it. Before operating your new shaper, you MUST read and understand the entire W1702 manual.
Phone: (360) 734-3482 • On-Line Technical Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz
COPYRIGHT © AUGUST, 2005 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
#7476TR
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
W1702 Manual Update
New Machine Inventory
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• Shaper Unit .................................................1
• Extension wing .............................................1
Box #1
• Magnetic Switch ...........................................1
• FWD/REV Switch ...........................................1
Box #2
• Fence Housing Assembly .................................1
• Wood Fence Faces.........................................2
• Plastic Fence Faces .......................................2
• Hardware Bag ..............................................1
— Hold Down Mounting Block ............................2
— T-Nut......................................................4
— Cap Screw 1⁄4"-20 x 1⁄2" ................................4
— Set Screw 5⁄16"-18 x 1⁄2" ................................4
Box #3
• Handwheel ..................................................1
• Miter Gauge ................................................1
• Handle .......................................................1
• 1⁄2" Spindle .................................................1
• 3⁄4" Spindle .................................................1
• 1" Spindle ...................................................1
• 1⁄2" Spindle Nut ............................................2
• 3⁄4" Spindle Nut ............................................2
• 1" Spindle Nut ..............................................2
• Spacers .................................................... 18
• Draw Bar and Nut .........................................1
• Spindle Wrench Set .......................................3
• Safety Guard ...............................................1
• Safety Guard Shaft ........................................1
• Starting Pins ................................................3
• Hold-Downs .................................................4
• Hold-Down Bars ............................................2
• Hold-Down Brackets .......................................4
• Washers .....................................................6
• Guard Mounting Bar .......................................1
• Guard Holding Bracket ...................................1
• Guard Support .............................................1
• Fence Housing Assembly .................................1
• Shaft Holder ................................................1
• Hardware Bag ..............................................1
— Set Screw 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄8".................................4
— Hex Nut 5⁄16"-18 .........................................2
— Flat Hd Screw 5⁄16"-18 x 1⁄4" ...........................2
— Flat Washer 5⁄16" ........................................2
Figure 1. Shaper unit.
Figure 2. Box #2 Contents.
Figure 3. Box #3 Contents.
W1702 Manual Update
Attaching Switches
To install the switches, do these steps:
1.
Remove the motor cover 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 to the cabinet.
5.
Mount the FWD/REV switch to the cabinet as shown
in Figure 5.
6.
Mount the magnetic ON/OFF switch to the cabinet,
as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 4. Installing grommet.
Figure 5. Mounting FWD/REV switch.
Figure 6. Mounting ON/OFF switch.
Handwheel & Handle
To install the handwheel and handle, do these steps:
1.
Slide the handwheel over the shaft sticking out of
the front of the cabinet.
2.
Align the setscrew in the handwheel with the flat
part of the shaft, and tighten the setscrew to keep
the handwheel in place.
3.
Thread the handle into the handwheel. Figure 7
shows the handwheel properly installed.
Figure 7. Handwheel and handle installed.
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W1702 Manual Update
Fence Housing Assembly
To mount the fence housing assembly, do these steps:
1.
Secure the adjustment bracket portion of the fence
housing assembly to the table with the three cap
screws and washers, as shown in Figure 8.
Adjustment
Bracket
All Other Assembly
All other assembly to the machine MUST be performed as
described in the W1702 Manual. If you have any questions
that cannot be answered reading this manual update
or the full W1702 manual, please contact our Technical
Support at (360) 734-3482 or send email to:
tech-support@shopfox.biz.
Guard Warning
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. To protect yourself,
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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Some dust created by power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling, and other construction activities
contains chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints.
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement, and
other masonry products.
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically
treated lumber.
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on how often you do this type of work. To reduce
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well ventilated area, and work with approved
safety equipment, such as those dust masks that
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Your new E:AB8AJ® Model W1702 3 HP Shaper is specially designed to provide many years of troublefree service. Close attention to engineering detail, ruggedly built parts, and a rigid quality control
program assure safe and reliable operation.
The Model W1702 features a 3 HP, 220V single-phase motor with forward/reverse spindle control. Also
included are a heavy-duty miter gauge, fence with safety guard, cast iron handwheel, large precision
ground cast iron table, and all ball bearing construction. The shaper comes with a 1⁄2" and 3⁄4" spindle,
and operates at either 7,000 or 10,000 RPM depending on the pulley ratio.
For further features and details, refer to the Jg\Z`]`ZXk`fej section on GX^\*.
Woodstock International, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction in providing this manual. It is our
intent to include all the information necessary for safety, ease of assembly, practical use and durability
of this product.
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send e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.biz. Our knowledgeable staff will help you troubleshoot problems,
order parts or arrange warranty returns.
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Woodstock International, Inc. warrants all E:AB8AJ® machinery to be free of defects from workmanship
and materials for a period of 2 years from the date of original purchase by the original owner. This warranty
does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, lack of
maintenance, or to repairs or alterations made or specifically authorized by anyone other than Woodstock
International, Inc.
Woodstock International, Inc. will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, the E:AB8AJ®
machine or machine part which in normal use has proven to be defective, provided that the original
owner returns the product prepaid to the E:AB8AJ® factory service center or authorized repair facility
designated by our Bellingham, WA office, with proof of their purchase of the product within 2 years,
and provides Woodstock International, Inc. reasonable opportunity to verify the alleged defect through
inspection. If it is determined there is no defect, or that the defect resulted from causes not within the
scope of Woodstock International Inc.'s warranty, then the original owner must bear the cost of storing
and returning the product.
This is Woodstock International, Inc.'s sole written warranty and any and all warranties that may be
implied by law, including any merchantability or fitness, for any particular purpose, are hereby limited
to the duration of this written warranty. We do not warrant that E:AB8AJ® machinery complies with
the provisions of any law or acts. In no event shall Woodstock International, Inc.'s liability under this
warranty exceed the purchase price paid for the product, and any legal actions brought against Woodstock
International, Inc. shall be tried in the State of Washington, County of Whatcom. We shall in no event
be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for incidental, contingent, special or consequential
damages arising from the use of our products.
Every effort has been made to ensure that all E:AB8AJ® machinery meets high quality and durability
standards. We reserve the right to change specifications at any time because of our commitment to
continuously improve the quality of our products.
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Motor Size ...................................................... 3 HP, 220V, 60 Hz Single-Phase
Motor Speed .............................................................................. 3,450 RPM
Amps.................................................................................................18
Spindle Sizes ......................................................... 1⁄2", 3⁄4", and 1" (Included)
1
⁄2" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar ........................ 2"
3
⁄4" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar ..................... 21⁄2"
1" Spindle Max Cutter Height W/Bushings, Nuts, and Rub Collar....................... 21⁄4"
Maximum Cutter Diameter .................................................................... 51⁄2"
Spindle Travel ...................................................................................... 3"
Spindle Speeds ............................................................ 7,000 and 10,000 RPM
Handwheel Rotation to Spindle Travel ........................................... 360º = 0.045"
Table W/Extension Wing .............................................301⁄2" Wide x 281⁄4" Deep
Stand ....................................................... Cabinet Style, Powder Coated Paint
Footprint .................................................................................... 21" x 20"
Cord .................................................................................10' x 12 Gauge
Dust Port ............................................................................................ 3"
Power Transfer ......................................................................... V-Belt Drive
Bearings ................................. Shielded and Permanently Lubricated Ball Bearings
Switch .............................. Magnetic with Thermal Overload, Forward and Reverse
Shipping Weight............................................................................. 367 lbs.
Machine Weight ............................................................................. 352 lbs.
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condition. The amperage rating of the motor can be found on its nameplate. If the motor is dual
voltage, be sure to use the amp rating for the voltage you will be using. If you use an extension cord
with an undersized gauge or one that is too long, excessive heat will be generated within the circuit,
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ground pin and connected ground wire. Immediately replace a damaged extension cord.
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Contact your E:AB8AJ® Dealer for price
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as the lumber is fed into the shaper and as
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E:AB 8AJ® Heavy-Duty Mobile Base so
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Fence facing can be custom made for special
needs—for example, mounting a hold-down
roller systems like the E:AB 8AJ® Model
W1105 Green BOARD BUDDIES®.
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(% Using 1⁄4"-20 x 5⁄8" Countersunk Phillips® head
screws, 1⁄4" washers, and 1⁄4"-20 T-nuts;
install each fence facing to the fence mount
brackets as shown in=`^li\()%
)% For custom fence facing, make sure the screw
heads are countersunk completely below the
surface of the fence face.
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=`^li\()%Installing fence facing.
Always use a safety guard whenever possible.
The safety guard improve shaping safety.
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(% Connect the extension bar to the safety
guard with two 1⁄4 "-20 x 3⁄8 " bolts and the
1
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)% Thread the support into the main fence
housing. See=`^li\(*%
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*% Position the extension bar and safety guard
on the main fence housing and install the
T-lock handle. See=`^li\(*%
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=`^li\(*%Threading lock handle onto the
guard assembly.
Certain freehand shaping procedures require
you to attach auxiliary wooden guards to the
safety guard assembly as shown in =`^li\(+.
Guard Assembly
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(% From 1⁄2" wood stock, measure and cut one
front wooden guard at 6" long, and two side
guards at 21⁄2" long.
NOTE: Guard height depends on the thickness
of the material you are shaping. If using a
template attached to the workpiece, be sure
to include template height for the overall
height.
#10 Wood Screws
Auxiliary Wooden Guard
)% Secure the auxiliary wooden guards to the
lip of the guard assembly with six #10 wood
screws.
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=`^li\(+%Auxiliary wooden guards.
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The hold-downs hold the workpiece against the
fence and the table. NOTE: Remove the holddown assembly when not in use.
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(% Install two aluminum hold-down brackets
onto each of the hold-down bars as shown in
=`^li\(,.
)% Insert the long end of the hold-down bar
through the hole in the fence mount as
shown in =`^li\(,.
*% Adjust the hold-down fence mount to the
desired position along the top edge of the
fence casting.
=`^li\(,%Assembling hold-down mechanism.
+% Screw in, but do not tighten, the 1⁄4"-20 x
3
⁄8" setscrews into the aluminum hold-down
brackets as shown in =`^li\(,.
-% Position each of the hold-downs into place for
your workpiece as shown in =`^li\ (-, and
tighten the setscrews in the fence mounts and
the aluminum hold-down brackets.
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=`^li\(-%Assembled hold-down mechanism.
The handwheel comes installed from the
factory; however, you will need to install the
crank handle. NOTE: for each revolution of
the handwheel, the spindle moves up or down
approximately 0.045".
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(% Thread the crank handle into the hole on the
face of the handwheel as shown in =`^li\
(..
)% Using a 14mm open-end wrench, tighten the
crank handle securely, making sure the hand
wheel rotates freely.
=`^li\(.%Attaching the crank handle.
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,% Slide each hold-down into the slot between
the aluminum hold-down bracket and holddown bar.
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The Model W1702 comes with 1⁄2", 3⁄4", and 1"
shaper spindles. Also available is a Model D3080
Optional Router Bit Spindle. It is very important
that any spindle you use, is seated securely into
the shaper so that safety is maintained.
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=`^li\(/%Threading drawbar into spindle.
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)% Thread one end of the drawbar into the bottom
end of the desired spindle as shown in =`^li\
(/, approximately 10-15 turns until tight.
*% Insert the spindle/drawbar assembly into the
spindle cartridge from the top side of the table.
See =`^li\(0
+% Observe and make sure the spindle keyway
on the spindle lines up with the guide pin on
the spindle cartridge as shown in =`^li\(0.
,% Lower the spindle/drawbar assembly until the
guide pin splines with the spindle keyway and
the spindle/drawbar assembly fully seats into
the tapered bore of the spindle cartridge.
When correctly installed, you will feel the
spindle/drawbar assembly seat snugly with
the spindle cartridge.
=`^li\(0%Spindle and guide pin alignment.
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-% Thread the tapered drawbar nut onto the end
of the drawbar under the table, and make
sure that the taper side of the nut is facing
upward as shown in =`^li\)'%
.% Tighten your selected spindle in the shaper
as outlined below:
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=`^li\)'%Threading drawbar nut onto drawbar.
›
=fi j_Xg\i jg`e[c\j1 Place the spindle
wrench on the top end of the spindle.
Using a 15mm open-end wrench, tighten
the drawbar nut while holding the spindle
wrench secure as shown in =`^li\ )(. DO
NOT over-tighten the drawbar nut.
›
=fi iflk\i Y`k jg`e[c\j1 Hold the router
bit spindle flat on the shank—NOT the
collet nut. Using a 15mm open-end wrench,
tighten the drawbar nut while holding the
router bit spindle in position with a wrench.
DO NOT over-tighten the drawbar nut.
=`^li\)(%Tightening the drawbar nut
onto the end of the drawbar.
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The two fence faces are independently
adjustable to allow for different shaping tasks.
The fence faces can be set at different positions
to remove material from the entire edge of the
wood stock or the same position to allow the
shaping of part of the edge.
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(% Loosen the fence mount lock handle located
on the side of the fence mount shown in
=`^li\))%
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the adjustment knob located on the back of
the fence mount shown in =`^li\))%
=`^li\))%Fence mount lock handle.
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*% Once the fence is in the desired position,
tighten down the fence mount lock handle.
NOTICE
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Before shaping, check that the two fence faces
are parallel.
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(% Get a quality straightedge that is long enough
to span the entire length of the fence
assembly.
)% Make sure that the screws that hold the
fence faces to the fence mounts are tight and
secure.
*% Adjust the fence faces so they are in as close
to the same parallel position as possible.
=`^li\)*%Use straightedge to check fence.
+% Hold the straightedge across both of the
fence faces as shown in =`^li\)*%
,% If the fence faces are not parallel, place
shims between the back of the fence pieces
and the face of the fence mounts. With some
trial and error shim adjusting, parallel fence
faces can be achieved.
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The table inserts are necessary for the safe
operation of the shaper. Two inserts are provided
allowing for three different opening sizes to
be achieved. Use the smallest-size opening for
a cutter to reduce wood chips falling into the
machine, which could cause flying debris. Using
the smallest-size opening also covers any unused
portion of the bit below the surface of the table,
thus reducing the chance of operator injury.
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)% Using a screwdriver, remove the three
Phillips® head screws holding the cast iron
insert in the table. See =`^li\),%
=`^li\)+%Barrel-head screw.
*% Using a straightedge as a guide, turn the
barrel-head screws either way until the
insert is flush with the top of the table as
shown in =`^li\j)+and),%
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+% Once the entire insert is flush with the table
top, reinsert the three Phillips® head screws
and tighten.
=`^li\),%Use a straightedge to make sure
insert is flush with table.
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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 as well as decreased V-belt life. The
pulleys need to be parallel with one another for
optimum shaper performance.
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)% Remove the motor cover from the side of the
shaper.
*% Hold a straightedge up to the pulleys to
determine if they are aligned correctly as
shown in =`^li\)-%
=`^li\)-%Use straightedge to check V-belts.
+% If the motor pulley is not aligned with the
spindle pulley, loosen the four motor mount
bolts as shown in =`^li\)..
,% Wiggle the motor until the pulley is aligned
with the spindle pulley.
-% If the spindle pulley is not aligned with the
motor pulley, loosen the bolt on the spindle
slide that holds the spindle in place as shown
in =`^li\)/%
=`^li\).%Loosening motor mount bolts.
/% Slowly wiggle the spindle up or down into
alignment with the motor pulley. Wiggle the
spindle slowly so the spindle does not slide
too fast or drop to the floor.
0% After you adjust the pulleys, check the
alignment with the straightedge again. Once
you are satisfied with the results, tighten
down all the fasteners, and recheck one more
time after all the fasteners are secure.
=`^li\)/%Loosening spindle cartridge bolt.
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.% Place a pad on the floor underneath the
spindle to prevent damage if it falls to the
floor.
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This shaper spindle can be run at 7,000 or 10,000
RPM. The speed is changed by the placement of
the V-belt as shown in =`^li\)0%
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Always
follow
cutter
manufacturer
recommendations; however, if not available
use these general specifications to help select
spindle and RPM. NOTE: Always use the
largest spindle possible, and only use a one
bushing at a time when reducing the cutter
inside diameter.
›
For shaper cutters smaller than 31⁄2"
in diameter run the spindle at 10,000
RPM.
›
For shaper cutters 31⁄2" and larger in
diameter, run the spindle at 7,000 RPM.
=`^li\)0%Pulley speed chart.
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
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)% Loosen the two spindle slide bolts that hold
the motor mount plate to the spindle slide
as shown in =`^li\ *'% DO NOT remove the
bolts completely.
*% Position the V-belt on the pulleys according
to the desired spindle speed.
+% Slide the motor and motor mount plate
assembly until the V-belt is snug and tighten
the bolts. The amount of V-belt deflection
should be 1⁄4" when pressed with your
thumb.
=`^li\*'%Loosening spindle slide bolts.
,% Tighten all fasteners securely.
-% Make sure the V-belt is correctly aligned on
both pulleys.
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The spindle slide-to-gib clearance may need
adjusting so there is no play when pressure is
applied to the spindle. Gib adjustments are
made by loosening or tightening some or all of
the four setscrews on the side of the elevation
housing shown in =`^li\*(%
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)% Turn the handwheel until the spindle is in the
NOTICE
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=`^li\*(%Spindle slide, elevation housing,
spindle lock, and gib adjustment setscrews.
NOTICE
*% Lock the spindle in place by tightening
the spindle lock handle on the side of the
shaper.
+% Grasp and wiggle the top of the spindle to
see if there is side-to-side movement. If
there is movement, adjust the gib to remove
this play.
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)% Loosen the setscrew jam nuts.
*% Slowly turn the four setscrews. Alternate
between the top and bottom so the pressure
will be uniform.
+% Tighten the hex nuts while holding the
setscrews in position.
,% Recheck the spindle slide up and down
movement. No play should exist and the
spindle should move up-and-down smoothly.
It may take several attempts to adjust the
spindle slide-to-gib clearance to get the
spindle to move up and down smoothly.
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Once assembly is complete and adjustments
have been made, the shaper is ready for start
up. Always pay attention to any unusual noises
and vibrations on every start up, as well as
make sure the shaper operates as intended.
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(% D8B< JLI< that the fence, any accessories,
Jigs, spindle, cutter, or router bit adapter
being used is tight and no loose items are on
the table.
)% Put your safety glasses on, and start the
shaper by turning the switch to the forward
position. Be sure to have your finger poised
to stop the machine if there is a problem.
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*% Once the machine is running, listen for any
unusual noises coming from the shaper. The
shaper should run smoothly with little or no
vibrations.
If there is an unusual noise or vibration,
shut the machine off immediately. DO
NOT run the shaper any further until the
problems are corrected. Refer to the
KiflYc\j_ffk`e^ section on GX^\ ** for
possible causes and solutions.
›
If the problem continues and cannot be
easily identified, contact our customer
service department.
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The Model W1702 is capable of operating in two
directions by use of a forward and reverse switch
as shown in =`^li\*)% It is very important that
the workpiece be fed against the direction of
the cutter rotation. This will prevent a climb
cut and maintains a safe cutting procedure for
the operator. There will be times when it is
necessary to flip the shaper cutter over and run
it in the opposite direction, and feed the board
from the opposite end of the shaper.
› When the switch is pointing to the =N;
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position, the spindle and cutter rotate
counter-clockwise.
When pointing to the I<M position, the
spindle and cutter rotate clockwise.
›
When the forward and reverse switch is
pointing to the F== position, the shaper
motor has no power, but power is still
going to the switch. 8CN8PJ LEGCL> the
power cord from the shaper to the power
source before changing cutters or doing an
adjustment or maintenance.
Always try to operate the shaper so the wood
is cut from the underside. Topside cutting is
more dangerous for the operator, because when
the wood is cut on the top side, the cutter can
lift and grab the wood and cause severe injury!
Refer to IlY :fccXij on gX^\ )0, for specific
recommendations.
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Always follow the cutter manufacturer
recommendations; however, if not available
use the list below with your particular cutting
needs in mind to help select the correct cutter,
spindle, and RPM. Then install your cutter as
outlined.
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collars.
•
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applicable cutter.
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Use these general specifications to help select
cutter and spindle size.
•
For the 1⁄2" diameter spindle, the
maximum safe cutter height used with
washers, T-bushings, or rub collars, and
lock nuts installed is 2".
•
For the 3⁄4" diameter spindle, the
maximum safe cutter height with washers,
T-bushings, or rub collars, and lock nuts
installed is 2 1⁄2".
•
For the 1" diameter spindle, the maximum
safe cutter height with washers, Tbushings, or rub collars, and lock nuts
installed is 2 1⁄4".
=`^li\*+%Bushing placement.
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Use these general specifications to help select
spindle and RPM. NOTE: Always use the largest
spindle possible, and only use a single bushing if
you need to reduce the cutter inside diameter
size.
›
For shaper cutters smaller than 31⁄2" in
diameter run the spindle at 10,000 RPM.
›
For shaper cutters 31⁄2" and larger in
diameter, run the spindle at 7,000 RPM.
=`^li\*,% Cutter placement.
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)%Place the bushing (if needed) onto the spindle
for cutter support as shown in =`^li\*+%
=`^li\*-%Spindle washer placement.
*% Slide the cutter onto the spindle, making
sure the rotation is correct for the specific
application as shown in =`^li\*,%
+% Place the spindle washer onto the spindle as
shown in =`^li\*-%
,% Install spacers or collars if necessary for the
specific application, followed by the nut and
locknut as shown in =`^li\j*.and*/.
=`^li\*.%Collar or spacer placement.
FG<I8K@FEJ
=`^li\*/%Spindle nut placement.
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-% Tighten down the nut and locknut with an
open-end wrench while holding the top of
the spindle with the provided spindle wrench
as shown in =`^li\*0%
.% Make sure the cutter will rotate in the
correct direction.
NOTICE
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and set the spindle RPM as outlined.
=`^li\*0%Spindle locknut placement.
0% Install applicable safety guard(s).
J\kk`e^Jg`e[c\?\`^_k
Correct spindle height is crucial to most shaping
applications. Use a piece of test wood to
confirm the correct spindle height before cutting
expensive lumber.
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(%Loosen the spindle lock knob located on the
side of the shaper as shown in =`^li\+'%
FG<I8K@FEJ
)% Rotate the handwheel on the front of the
shaper shown in =`^li\+(to raise or lower
the spindle.
=`^li\+'%Spindle lock knob.
*% Retighten the spindle lock knob on the side
of the shaper. DO NOT over-tighten the knob.
Only a small amount of tension is needed
to keep the spindle from moving during
operation.
=`^li\+(%Spindle height handwheel.
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Because the shaper fence is independently
adjustable, you can set up the shaper to cut
part or all of the workpiece edge.
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=`^li\+)%Fence mount lock handle.
(%Loosen the locking handles shown on the
sides of the fence mount in =`^li\+)%
)% Turn the adjustment knob located on the
back of the fence mount and adjust the
infeed fence until the workpiece contacts
the cutter at the desired location.
*% Tighten the lock handle located on the side
of the fence mount to lock the fence into
position.
+% Adjust the outfeed fence so that it is located
as far back from the front of the table as
possible.
,% Turn the shaper FE.
=`^li\+*%Fence setup for jointing-type
operations (Guard Not Shown For Clarity).
.% Once the cutter has come to a complete
stop, adjust the outfeed fence so that it
just touches the newly cut edge as shown in
=`^li\+*%
/% Make sure all fence lock handles are tight.
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-% Using a piece of scrap wood, advance the
workpiece 8" into the cutters, and turn the
machine off. DO NOT remove the workpiece
from the infeed fence face.
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(% Loosen the lock handles on the side of the
fence mount.
=`^li\++%Fence setup for partial-edge
removal operations
(Guard Removed For Clarity).
)% Turn the adjustment knob located on the
back of the fence mount and adjust the
infeed fence until the workpiece contacts
the cutter at the desired location.
*% Tighten the lock handle located on the side
of the fence mount to lock the fence into
position.
+%Adjust the outfeed fence so that it comes
into alignment with the infeed fence as
shown in =`^li\++%
FG<I8K@FEJ
,%Now place a straightedge against both faces
of the fence to check alignment. Once they
are both in alignment, make sure both lock
handles are tightened.
Always feed the wood against the rotation of
the cutter as shown in =`^li\+,% Another way
to conceptualize this is to always feed the wood
into the cutter so that the cutter is pushing
against the direction of feed. Never feed wood
in the same direction as the cutter rotation.
This is called a “climb cut” and is extremely
dangerous.
=`^li\+,%Sequence for shaping an edge
around a workpiece
(Guard Removed For Clarity).
Also, examine the grain on the side edge of the
board. Whenever possible, run the board so
the shaper cutters are cutting with the grain
as shown in =`^li\ ++. This will minimize the
chance of tear out.
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When shaping workpieces that have irregular
shapes, rub collars are a necessity. There are
two types of rub collars: solid and ball bearing.
They are available in various diameters and can
be purchased individually or as sets as shown in
=`^li\ +-% Some examples of when you would
use a rub collar are raising arched or tombstone
door panels, round table tops, or any other cut
that needs to have its depth of cut limited.
Refer to the set up examples below.
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=`^li\+-%Rub collar set.
(% 89FM< K?<:LKK<I as shown in =`^li\ +.%
This setup is the safest and produces the most
consistent results. The only drawback is that
the cut is on the underside of the workpiece,
out of view of the operator. However, if the
workpiece lifts off the table, you simply run
it through a second time to finish the cut.
Above
=`^li\+.%Rub collar mounted above cutter.
Between
=`^li\+/%Rub collar mounted between two
cutters.
*% 9<CFN K?<:LKK<I as shown in =`^li\ +0%
This setup allows the cut to be viewed by
the operator; however, it is also the most
dangerous. Any slight lifting of the workpiece
will cause the cutter to make too deep of
a cut. There is also an increased chance of
kickback.
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Below
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This setup has the advantage of making two
profile cuts in a single pass. Although you
have a rub collar beneath a cutter, this setup
is safer than the previous setup. Any lifting
of the workpiece will still cause the cutter
to make an uneven cut. A second pass will
correct the profile on the bottom edge, but
the top profile will still have the gouge from
lifting the workpiece into the cutter.
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Freehand shaping is shaping without the aid of
the miter slot or fence. The most dangerous part
of shaping freehand is beginning the cut, where
the cutter first contacts the workpiece. Often
the workpiece will tend to jerk or kickback,
catching the operator off guard.
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To reduce this tendency, use a starting pin. The
pin allows you to anchor and slowly pivot the
workpiece into the cutter as the cut is started.
Thus shaping freehand is more stable and safer.
See =`^li\,'%
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=`^li\,'%Starting pin operation
(Guard not shown for clarity).
(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)%Remove the fence assembly from the shaper.
*%Insert the starting pin in the best suited hole
on the table so you can feed the workpiece
into and against the rotation of the cutter.
+% Install the cutter so it will cut in the correct
direction, and adjust the spindle height.
FG<I8K@FEJ
,% Install the auxiliary guard. DO NOT use the
shaper without a guard. Refer to =`^li\(+
on GX^\ () for information on making and
using an auxiliary guard.
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E:AB8AJ® W1500 Right Angle Jig as shown
in =`^li\ ,(# or you can use rubberizedhandle push blocks to support or guide the
workpiece and protect your hands.
=`^li\,(%Hold-down jig used to support
workpiece
(Complete guard not shown for clarity).
.% Place the workpiece against the starting pin.
/% Slowly pivot and feed the workpiece into the
cutter. Avoid starting the cut on the corner of
the workpiece as kickback could occur. Once
the cut is started, the workpiece should be
pulled away from the starting pin.
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Sometimes the location of the starting pin holes
will not always be in the safest position. You
can clamp a piece of scrap wood to the shaper
table. The edge of the wood can be used as the
starting support as shown in =`^li\,)%
The use of patterns (templates) allows identical
parts to be cut with speed and accuracy.
Shaping with a pattern begins by attaching a
prefabricated template to the rough workpiece.
The edge of the template rides against a rub
collar on the spindle as the cutter cuts the
matching profile on the workpiece edge as
shown in =`^li\ ,*% You can incorporate extra
features into the template assembly (such as
toggle clamps) to hold the workpiece and hand
grips, or guards for safety and protection.
=`^li\,)%A piece of wood clamped to the
table can serve as a make-shift starting pin
(Guard not shown for clarity).
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(%LEGCL>K?<J?8G<I
)%Make sure that screws or clamps will not
come into contact with the cutter.
*% Design the assembly so that cutting will occur
underneath the workpiece.
+% Make handles for safety and control.
=`^li\,*%Using a rub collar against a
template.
-% Remember to consider the cutter and rub
collar diameter when making the pattern.
.% Install hold-down clamps at three sides of
the pattern assembly or screw the pattern
assembly to the back side of the workpiece.
/% Again, make sure screws will not come into
contact with cutters.
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,% Use materials that will move easily across the
table surface and rub collar.
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Regular periodic maintenance on your Model
W1702 Shaper will ensure its optimum
performance. Make a habit of inspecting your
shaper each time you use it. Check for the
following conditions and repair or replace parts
when necessary.
(%
Loose mounting bolts.
)%
Worn switch.
*%
Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
+%
Damaged drive belt.
,%
Any other condition that could hamper the
safe operation of this machine.
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The table can be kept rust-free with regular
applications of products like Boeshield® T-9. For
long term storage you may want to consider
products like Kleen Bore's Rust Guardit™.
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Since all bearings are shielded and permanently
lubricated, simply leave them alone until they
need to be replaced. Do not lubricate them.
For other items on this machine, an occasional
application of light machine oil is all that is
necessary. Before applying lubricant, clean off
sawdust.
D8@EK<E8E:<
Your goal is to achieve adequate lubrication. Too
much lubrication will attract dirt and sawdust.
Various parts of your machine could lose their
freedom of movement as a result.
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We recommend you keep this manual for
complete information regarding Woodstock
International, Inc.’s warranty and return policy.
Should a problem arise, we recommend that you
keep your proof of purchase with your manual.
If you need additional technical information
relating to this machine, or if you need general
assistance or replacement parts, please contact
the Service Department at 1-360-734-3482 or
tech-support@shopfox.biz.
The following pages contain parts diagrams/lists
and a warranty card for your E:AB 8AJ®
Model W1702 3HP Shaper.
If you need parts or help in assembling your
machine, or if you need operational information,
we encourage you to call our Service Department.
Our trained service technicians will be glad to
help you.
If you have comments dealing specifically with
this manual, please write to us using the address
in the General Information. The specifications,
drawings, and photographs illustrated in this
manual represent the Model W1702 3 HP Shaper
as supplied when the manual was prepared.
However, due to Woodstock International, Inc.’s
policy of continuous improvement, changes may
be made at any time with no obligation on the
part of Woodstock International, Inc. Whenever
possible, though, we send manual updates to all
owners of a particular tool or machine that have
registered their purchase with our warranty
card. Should you receive an update, add the
new information to this manual and keep it for
reference.
Additional information sources are necessary to
realize the full potential of this machine. Trade
journals, woodworking magazines, and your
local library are good places to start.
The Model W1702 3 HP Shaper is specifically
designed for shaping operations. ;FEFKDF;@=P
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If you are confused about any aspect of this
machine, ;FEFK use it until all your questions
have been answered.
D8@EK<E8E:<
We have included some important safety
measures that are essential to this machine’s
operation. While most safety measures are
generally universal, we remind you that each
workshop is different and safety rules should
be considered as they apply to your specific
situation.
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TABLE WING
PHLP SCREW 1/4"-20 X 3/8"
HEX BOLT 3/8"-16 X 3/4"
LOCK WASHER 3/8"
MOTOR COVER
TABLE
TABLE INSERT
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STARTING PIN
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POINTER
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LOCK HANDLE
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T-NUT
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ELECTRICITY WARNING
SAFETY GLASSES WARNING
READ MANUAL WARNING
PINION SHAFT
CAP SCREW 3⁄8"-24 X 1"
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SET SCREW 5⁄16"-18 X 3⁄8"
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1
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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.
K_\N((', Nff[jkfZb9fXi[9l[[`\jž hold down the workpiece on
the shaper 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 W1107 12"
Tracks or the W1108 24" Tracks.
K_\ N(,'' E:AB 8AJž I`^_k 8e^c\ A`^ 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.
K_\;*'0-E:AB8AJž=\Xk_\i9fXi[ reduces the risk of kickback
and helps achieve consistent shaping results from your shaper.
Designed to lock into 3/8" x 3/4" miter gauge slots, these E:AB8AJ®
Featherboards are adjustable for various stock widths and miter slot
locations. No drilling or bulky “C” clamp arrangements needed.
K_\ ;)',. E:AB 8AJž 8[aljkXYc\ DfY`c\ 9Xj\ supports your
shaper so you can move it easily and lock it in position. Designed for
long term and frequent moving of heavy machinery. All E:AB8AJ®
Adjustable Mobile Bases are the first mobile bases designed strong
enough to move heavy machines on a continual basis. The stands are
adjustable to fit a variety of machines, and can be leveled without
the use of shims or tools.
K_\E:AB8AJž?\Xmp$;lkpIfcc\iJkXe[jXe[Ifcc\iKXYc\j make
your shaper safer and easier to use. All models feature convenient hand
knobs for fast height adjustment and offer rigid steel construction.
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roller tables and stands.
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cut many profiles for your projects. This system uses a wide variety
of precision-ground cutter patterns for use in a specially-designed
CNC-machined, aircraft aluminum cutterhead. The 2" moulding head
accepts all 2" knives and works on shapers with 3/4" diameter spindles
and motors 1-1/2 HP or larger. The 2" moulding head requires a 3" tall
spindle.
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advantage of your existing selection of shaper cutter bits that
do not fit a current shaper spindle. These straight bushings and
T-bushings allow for special cutting dimension adjustment on a
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shaping cuts. All Woodstock rub collars are manufactured from
solid steel on CNC lathes. We assemble these in the USA using highquality, maintenance free bearings. Contact your local Woodstock
International Dealer for kits or specific single sizes.
K_\E:AB8AJžIflk\i9`kJg`e[c\ takes advantage of your existing
selection of router bits, so you can use many router bits with your
shaper. The router bit spindle accepts 1/4" and 1/2" shank bits.
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Micro-Grain C2 carbide for extra sharpness and shock resistance,
and a special anti-friction coating to reduce shaper power loss and
cutter gumming. The European "controlled cut" profiles on select bits
reduce the danger of kickback, and Shear angle profiles minimize
wood tearing and reduce or eliminate sanding. View the ?fkk\jkC`e\
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Where did you purchase your E:AB8AJ® machine?
_________________________________________________________
2.
How did you first learn about us?
___Advertisement
___Mail order Catalog
___World Wide Web Site
9.
10.
___Air Compressor
___Panel Saw
___Band Saw
___Planer
___Drill Press
___Power Feeder
___Drum Sander
___Radial Arm Saw
___Dust Collector
___Shaper
___Horizontal Boring Machine
___Spindle Sander
___Jointer
___Table Saw
___Lathe
___Vacuum Veneer Press
___Mortiser
___Wide Belt Sander
___Other__________________________________________________
___Friend
___Local Store
___Other__________________________________________________
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3.
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to.
___American Woodworker
___Today’s Homeowner
___Cabinetmaker
___Wood
___Family Handyman
___Wooden Boat
___Fine Homebuilding
___Woodshop News
___Fine Woodworking
___Woodsmith
___Home Handyman
___Woodwork
___Journal of Light Construction
___Woodworker
___Old House Journal
___Woodworker’s Journal
___Popular Mechanics
___Workbench
___Popular Science
___American How-To
___Popular Woodworking
___Other__________________________________________________
4.
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12.
Which of the following woodworking/remodeling shows do you watch?
What is your annual household income?
___$20,000-$29,999
___$30,000-$39,999
___$40,000-$49,999
___$50,000-$59,999
6.
13.
What machines/supplies would you like to see?
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14.
What new accessories would you like Woodstock International to carry?
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
15.
Do you think your purchase represents good value?
___$60,000-$69,999
___$70,000-$79,999
___$80,000-$89,999
___$90,000 +
___50-59
___60-69
___70 +
Which portable/hand held power tools do you own? Check all that
apply.
___Belt Sander
___Orbital Sander
___Biscuit Joiner
___Palm Sander
___Circular Saw
___Portable Planer
___Detail Sander
___Saber Saw
___Drill/Driver
___Reciprocating Saw
___Miter Saw
___Router
___Other__________________________________________________
What is your age group?
___20-29
___30-39
___40-49
Which benchtop tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___1" x 42" Belt Sander
___6" - 8" Grinder
___5" - 8" Drill Press
___Mini Lathe
___8" Table Saw
___10" - 12" Thickness Planer
___8" - 10" Bandsaw
___Scroll Saw
___Disc/Belt Sander
___Spindle/Belt Sander
___Mini Jointer
___Other__________________________________________________
___Backyard America
___The New Yankee Workshop
___Home Time
___This Old House
___The American Woodworker
___Woodwright’s Shop
___Other__________________________________________________
5.
How many E:AB8AJ® machines do you own? _____________
What stationary woodworking tools do you own? Check all that apply.
___Yes
7.
16.
___0 - 2 Years
___2 - 8 Years
8.
___No
How long have you been a woodworker?
___8 - 20 Years
___20+ Years
Would you recommend E:AB8AJ® products to a friend?
___Yes
___No
How would you rank your woodworking skills?
17.
___Simple
___Intermediate
___Advanced
___Master Craftsman
Comments:________________________________________________
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