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Woodstock SHOP FOX W1747 Owner`s manual
MODEL W1747
20" PLANER
OWNER'S MANUAL
Phone: (360) 734-3482 • Online Technical Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz
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SAFETY............................................................................................................6
Standard Safety Instructions ............................................................................. 6
Additional Safety Instructions for Planers ............................................................. 8
PARTS
USE THE QUICK GUIDE PAGE LABELS TO SEARCH OUT INFORMATION FAST!
SERVICE
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................. 23
General .....................................................................................................23
Cleaning ....................................................................................................23
Maintenance Schedule....................................................................................23
V-Belts ......................................................................................................24
Lubrication .................................................................................................25
MAINTENANCE
ACCESSORIES .................................................................................................. 21
Planer Accessories ........................................................................................21
OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS ................................................................................................... 17
General .....................................................................................................17
Basic Operation............................................................................................17
Operation Tips .............................................................................................18
Feed Speed .................................................................................................19
Bed Rollers .................................................................................................20
SET UP
SET UP .......................................................................................................... 10
Unpacking ..................................................................................................10
Items Needed for Set Up .................................................................................10
Inventory ...................................................................................................10
Machine Placement .......................................................................................11
Lifting Planer ..............................................................................................11
Cleaning Machine .........................................................................................12
Extension Wings ...........................................................................................13
Handwheel .................................................................................................14
Dust Hood ..................................................................................................14
Gearbox Oil Level .........................................................................................15
Connecting to Power .....................................................................................15
Knife Setting Gauge ......................................................................................15
Test Run ....................................................................................................16
Tighten V-Belts ............................................................................................16
Recommended Adjustments .............................................................................16
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL ......................................................................................................9
220V Operation ............................................................................................. 9
Extension Cords ............................................................................................ 9
Grounding ................................................................................................... 9
SAFETY
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................3
Woodstock Technical Support ............................................................................ 3
Specifications ............................................................................................... 4
Controls and Features ..................................................................................... 5
INTRODUCTION
Contents
INTRODUCTION
SAFETY
ELECTRICAL
SET UP
PARTS
SERVICE
MAINTENANCE
OPERATIONS
SERVICE ......................................................................................................... 26
General .....................................................................................................26
Inspecting Knives ..........................................................................................26
Setting/Replacing Knives ................................................................................27
Chain Tension ..............................................................................................28
Table Parallelism ..........................................................................................29
Rollers, Chip Breaker & Pressure Bar Heights ........................................................31
Spring Tension .............................................................................................34
Chip Deflector Positioning ..............................................................................35
Scale Calibration ..........................................................................................35
Anti-Kickback Fingers ....................................................................................36
Pulley Alignment ..........................................................................................37
W1747 Electrical Components .........................................................................38
W1747 Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................39
Troubleshooting ...........................................................................................40
Headstock Assembly Parts Breakdown .................................................................42
Headstock Assembly Parts List ..........................................................................43
Table, Base, and Columns Parts Breakdown .........................................................45
Table, Base, and Columns Parts List...................................................................46
Stand/Motor Assembly Parts Breakdown ..............................................................47
Stand/Motor Assembly Parts List .......................................................................48
Warning Label Placement and Parts List ..............................................................49
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INTRODUCTION
Woodstock Technical Support
Your new SHOP FOX® planer 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
Woodstock International Technical Support at (360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to: tech-support@shopfox.
biz. Our knowledgeable staff will help you troubleshoot problems and process warranty claims.
If you need the latest edition of this manual, you can download it from http://www.shopfox.biz.
If you have comments about this manual, please contact us at:
Woodstock International, Inc.
Attn: Technical Documentation Manager
P.O. Box 2309
Bellingham, WA 98227
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INTRODUCTION
W1747 20" Planer
INTRODUCTION
W1747 20" Planer
Specifications
Motor:
Type ....................................... TEFC Capacitor-Start Induction
Horsepower ............................................................... 5 HP
Phase / Voltage .......................................Single-Phase / 220V
Amps .......................................................................... 30
Cycle / RPM ...........................................60 Hertz / 3450 RPM
Switch ........................... Magnetic with Thermal Overload Relay
Power Transfer.......................................... Triple V-Belt Drive
Bearings ............................. Shielded & Lubricated Ball Bearings
Capacity:
Maximum Depth of Cut ................................................... 1/8"
Maximum Width of Cut ................................................... 20"
Maximum Cutting Height ...................................................8"
Minimum Stock Thickness ............................................... 1/4"
Minimum Stock Length......................................................7"
Cutterhead Diameter ...................................................35/32''
Cutterhead Speed ................................................ 5,500 RPM
Cuts per Minute ........................................................22,000
Feed Rates ................................................. 18 FPM & 23 FPM
Cuts Per Inch (Effective) ........................................... 25 & 20
Overall Dimensions:
Table Size ......................................................... 253/4" x 20"
Height ....................................................................... 43"
Overall Depth .............................................................. 56"
Overall Width ........................................................... 411/2"
Shipping Weight...................................................... 910 lbs.
Net Weight ........................................................... 810 lbs.
Base Dimensions ............................... 271/2" L x 23" W x 133/4" H
Crate Size .................................... 291/2" L x 433/8" W x 461/4" H
Footprint .......................................................... 25" x 281/2"
Construction:
Table ........................................... Precision-Ground Cast Iron
Infeed Roller ....................................... Spiral Serrated / Steel
Outfeed Roller ...........................................................Steel
Stand ............................................................Formed Steel
Cutterhead ............................................................ 4 Knife
Knife Size .......................................... 201/16" L x 1" W x 1/8" H
Knife Adjustment ................................ Springs and Jack Screws
Features:
...............................................Cast Iron Extension Tables
...........................................................Two Table Locks
................................................................ 5" Dust Port
...................................... Inch & Metric Measurement Scale
................................................. 2 Adjustable Bed Rollers
......................................................Board Return Rollers
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INTRODUCTION
W1747 20" Planer
Controls and Features
A
C
B
J
D
E
F
I
G
H
L
Figure 1. W1747 Controls and features.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
K
G
Control Box and Panel
Return Rollers
Table Height Handwheel
Gearbox
Speed Control Knob
Table Height Scale
Table Locks
Lifting Bar
Extension Wing
Dust Hood
V-Belt Cover
Motor and Magnetic Switch Access
Panel
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W1747 20" Planer
SAFETY
SAFETY
READ MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BELOW WILL
RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY
result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful information about proper
operation of the equipment, and/or a situation that may cause damage
to the machinery.
Standard Safety Instructions
1.
READ THROUGH THE ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE STARTING MACHINERY. Machinery presents serious
injury hazards to untrained users.
2.
ALWAYS USE ANSI APPROVED SAFETY GLASSES WHEN OPERATING MACHINERY. Everyday eyeglasses only have impact resistant lenses—they are NOT safety glasses.
3.
ALWAYS WEAR AN NIOSH APPROVED RESPIRATOR WHEN OPERATING MACHINERY THAT PRODUCES
DUST. Wood dust is a carcinogen and can cause cancer and severe respiratory illnesses.
4.
ALWAYS USE HEARING PROTECTION WHEN OPERATING MACHINERY. Machinery noise can cause
permanent hearing damage.
5.
WEAR PROPER APPAREL. DO NOT wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, or jewelry which may
get caught in moving parts. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair and wear non-slip
footwear.
6.
NEVER OPERATE MACHINERY WHEN TIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL.
Be mentally alert at all times when running machinery.
7.
ONLY ALLOW TRAINED AND PROPERLY SUPERVISED PERSONNEL TO OPERATE MACHINERY. Make
sure operation instructions are safe and clearly understood.
8.
KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS AWAY. Keep all children and visitors a safe distance from the work
area.
9.
MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF. Use padlocks, master switches, and remove start switch keys.
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W1747 20" Planer
10. NEVER LEAVE WHEN MACHINE IS RUNNING. Turn power OFF and allow all moving parts to come to
a complete stop before leaving machine unattended.
11. DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS. DO NOT use machinery in damp, wet locations, or
where any flammable or noxious fumes may exist.
13. USE A GROUNDED EXTENSION CORD RATED FOR THE MACHINE AMPERAGE. Undersized cords overheat and lose power. Replace extension cords if they become damaged. DO NOT use extension cords
over 50 feet without consulting a qualified electrician.
14. ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM POWER SOURCE BEFORE SERVICING MACHINERY. Make sure switch is
in OFF position before reconnecting.
15. MAINTAIN MACHINERY WITH CARE. Keep blades sharp and clean for best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
16. MAKE SURE GUARDS ARE IN PLACE AND WORK CORRECTLY BEFORE USING MACHINERY.
17. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES. Make a habit of checking for keys and adjusting
wrenches before turning machinery ON.
18. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS BEFORE USING MACHINERY. Check for binding and alignment of
parts, broken parts, part mounting, loose bolts, and any other conditions that may affect machine
operation. Repair or replace damaged parts.
19. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Refer to the instruction manual for recommended accessories.
The use of improper accessories may cause risk of injury.
20. DO NOT FORCE MACHINERY. Work at the speed for which the machine or accessory was designed.
21. SECURE WORKPIECE. Use clamps or a vise to hold the workpiece when practical. A secured
workpiece protects your hands and frees both hands to operate the machine.
22. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
23. MANY MACHINES WILL EJECT THE WORKPIECE TOWARD THE OPERATOR. Know and avoid conditions that cause the workpiece to "kickback."
24. ALWAYS LOCK MOBILE BASES (IF USED) BEFORE OPERATING MACHINERY.
25. BE AWARE THAT CERTAIN DUST MAY BE HAZARDOUS to the respiratory systems of people and
animals, especially fine dust. Make sure you know the hazards associated with the type of dust you
will be exposed to and always wear a respirator approved for that type of dust.
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SAFETY
12. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN AND WELL LIT. Clutter and dark shadows may cause accidents.
W1747 20" Planer
Additional Safety Instructions for Planers
SAFETY
READ and understand this
entire instruction manual
before using this machine.
Serious personal injury
may occur if safety and
operational information is
not understood and followed. DO NOT risk your
safety by not reading!
USE this and other machinery with caution
and respect. Always consider safety first,
as it applies to your individual working
conditions. No list of safety guidelines can
be complete—every shop environment is
different. Failure to follow guidelines could
result in serious personal injury, damage
to equipment or poor work results.
1.
INFEED CLEARANCE SAFETY: The infeed roller is designed to pull material into the cutterhead.
Always keep hands, clothing, and long hair away from the infeed roller during operation to prevent serious injury.
2.
BODY POSITION WHILE OPERATING: The workpiece may kick out during operation. To avoid getting hit, stand to the side of the planer during the entire operation.
3.
PLANING CORRECT MATERIAL: Planing materials not designed for this planer creates a hazard for
yourself and the machine. Only plane natural wood stock with this planer. DO NOT plane MDF,
plywood, laminates, or other synthetic or man-made products.
4.
GRAIN DIRECTION: Planing across the grain is hard on the planer and may cause the workpiece to
kick out. Always plane in the same direction or at a slight angle with the wood grain.
5.
CLEAN STOCK: Planing stock with nails, staples, or loose knots MAY cause debris to kick out at
the operator and WILL damage your cutters when they contact the cutterhead. Always thoroughly
inspect and prepare stock to avoid these hazards.
6.
MACHINE LIMITATIONS: The planer may kick out a workpiece at you or you can damage it if it is
pushed beyond these limits:
• Maximum Depth of Cut: 1/8"
• Minimum Board Length: 7"
• Minimum Board Thickness: 1/4"
• Maximum # of Boards at One Time: 1
7.
LOOKING INSIDE PLANER: Wood chips fly around inside the planer at a high rate of speed. DO
NOT look inside the planer or remove guards/covers during operation.
8.
REMOVING JAMMED WORKPIECES: Attempting to remove jammed workpieces while the planer is
running may cause serious injury to the operator. Always stop the planer and disconnect power
before removing jams.
9.
DULL/DAMAGED CUTTERS: The planer may kick out a workpiece at the operator or give poor finish results if it is operated with dull or damaged cutters.
10. UNPLUGGING DURING ADJUSTMENTS: When connected to power, the planer can be accidentally
turned ON. Always disconnect power when servicing or adjusting the components of the planer.
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W1747 20" Planer
ELECTRICAL
220V Operation
The Model W1747 operates at 220V. Always connect this
machine to a dedicated circuit with a verified ground,
using the recommended circuit size listed at the bottom
of this page.
Electrocution or severe shock could
occur if machine is not grounded.
ELECTRICAL
Never replace a circuit breaker with one of higher amperage without consulting a qualified electrician to ensure
compliance with wiring codes. If you are unsure about
the wiring codes in your area or plan to connect your
machine to a shared circuit, you may create a fire hazard—consult a qualified electrician to reduce this risk.
Extension Cords
We do not recommend using an extension cord for 220V
operation. Instead, hard wire the machine directly to a
power panel that is equipped with a manual shutoff lever
lever and that can be locked in the OFF position.
Grounding
This machine must be grounded! Hardwire this machine
into a power supply circuit that contains a ground circuit. If you have any questions about correct electrical
installation, contact a qualified electrician for assistance
to make sure all connections are safe and adhere to
required electrical codes.
Replacing an existing circuit breaker
with one rated for higher amperage
may result in a fire. Get help from an
electrician if your circuit will be overloaded by the machine.
TURN OFF and LOCK your
master power switch so
no power is available
to the planer before
connecting electrical
OFF wires! If you ignore
this warning serious
electrical
shock may
occur, causing injury or
death!
Operating Voltage
Amp Draw
Min. Circuit Size
Plug/Receptacle
Extension Cord
220V Operation
30 Amps
40A
Hardwire
Not Recommended
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W1747 20" Planer
SET UP
Unpacking
SUFFOCATION HAZARD!
Immediately discard all
plastic bags and packing materials to eliminate choking/suffocation
hazards for children and
animals.
The SHOP FOX® Model W1747 has been carefully packaged for safe transporting. If you notice the machine has
been damaged, please contact your authorized SHOP
FOX® dealer immediately.
Items Needed for Set Up
SET UP
The following items are needed, but not included, to
setup your machine:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Safety Glasses (for each person) ........................1
Solvent Cleaner ............................................1
Shop Rags for Cleaning ....................... As Needed
Extra Person for Lifting Help ............................1
Fork Lift .....................................................1
Straightedge (see Page 13) ..............................1
Phillips Screwdriver #2 ...................................1
TURN OFF and LOCK your
master power switch so
no power is available
to the planer before
you do any assembly
OFF or adjustment tasks. If
you ignore this warning
serious electrical shock
may occur, causing
injury or death!
Inventory
The following is a description of the main components
shipped with the SHOP FOX® Model W1747. Lay the components out to inventory them.
A
Note: Some parts and hardware may already be installed
on the machine. Make sure to check the machine when
you use this inventory list.
Box Inventory (Figure 2)
Qty
A. Planer Unit .................................................1
B. Knife Gauge Assembly ....................................1
C. Dust Hood ...................................................2
D. Handwheel ..................................................1
E. Table Extension Wings ................................... 1
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E
B
C
D
Figure 2. Planer box inventory.
W1747 20" Planer
Hardware and Tools
• Hex Wrenches 3, 4, 5, 6mm .............................4
• Wrenches 8/10, 12/14, 17/19mm ......................3
• Set Screws M8-1.25 x 20 (Wings)........................6
• Hex Bolts M8-1.25 x 25 (Wings) .........................6
• Handwheel Bushing (Handwheel) .......................1
• Handwheel Handle (Handwheel) ........................1
• Hex Nut M12-1.75 (Handwheel) ........................ 1
• Flat Washer 12mm (Handwheel) ........................1
• Key 4 x 4 x 10mm (Handwheel) .........................1
• Cap Screws M6-1 x 12 (Dust Hood) .....................6
• Flat Washers 6mm (Dust Hood) .........................6
If any parts are missing, examine the packaging for the
missing parts. For any missing parts, find the part number in the back of this manual and contact Woodstock
International, Inc. at (360) 734-3482 or at techsupport@shopfox.biz
MAKE your shop “child safe." Ensure
that your workplace is inaccessible to
youngsters by closing and locking all
entrances when you are away. NEVER
allow untrained visitors in your shop
when assembling, adjusting or operating equipment.
•
Floor Load: This machine distributes a heavy load in
a small footprint. Some floors may require additional
bracing to support both machine and operator.
•
Working Clearances: 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.
•
Lighting: Lighting should be bright enough to
eliminate shadow and prevent eye strain.
SET UP
Machine Placement
Figure 3. Example of planer being lifted
using forklift.
Lifting Planer
The cabinet stand on the Model W1747 is equipped with
lifting bars (see Page 5) to lift and place the planer.
When lifting the planer with a forklift, we recommend
placing shop rags or cardboard between the forks and
cabinet base so you do not scratch the paint.
Figure 3 shows an example of a typical planer with lifting
bars being lifted correctly with a forklift.
USE power lifting equipment to
lift this planer. Otherwise, serious personal injury may occur.
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W1747 20" Planer
Cleaning Machine
The table and other unpainted parts of your planer 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.
These items are coated and must be cleaned:
Cutterhead
Table
Feed Rollers
Extension Wings and Wing Mounting Surfaces
SET UP
1.
2.
3.
4.
NEVER use gasoline or other petroleumbased solvents to clean with. Most have
low flash points, which make them
extremely flammable. A risk of explosion
and burning exists if these products are
used. Serious personal injury may occur
if this warning is ignored!
ALWAYS work in well-ventilated areas far from
possible ignition sources when using solvents to
clean machinery. Many solvents are toxic when
inhaled or ingested. Use care when disposing of
waste rags and towels to be sure they DO NOT create
fire or environmental hazards.
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W1747 20" Planer
Extension Wings
Extension wings are heavy and could cause personal injury if dropped during installation. Have an
assistant hold the table while you fasten it to the
planer.
Hex Bolts
To attach the table extension wings, do these steps:
1.
With the help of an assistant, attach the table
extension wings to the planer table (Figure 4) with
the M8-1.25 x 25 hex bolts. Finger tighten the bolts
for now.
Install the M8-1.25 x 20 set screws (Figure 4) in the
holes in the bottom of the wings.
3.
Check table-to-extension wing alignment (Figure
5) with a straightedge and adjust the leveling set
screws until the table and wings are flush.
4.
Tighten the hex bolts.
Figure 4. Extension wing fasteners and
leveling controls.
SET UP
2.
Set Screws
Figure 5. Leveling extension wings and
table.
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W1747 20" Planer
Handwheel
To install the handwheel, do these steps:
1.
Place the bushing on the handwheel shaft.
2.
Insert the key into the shaft keyway.
3.
Thread the handle into the handwheel.
4.
Place the handwheel on the shaft and secure it with
the M12-1.75 hex nut and flat washer, as shown in
Figure 6.
Main Power
Switch
SET UP
Dust Hood
Figure 6. Installing handwheel on shaft.
During the next step, DO NOT attach the dust hood
if you do not intend to connect your planer to a
dust collection system. Accumulated wood chips
could cause a malfunction, resulting in personal
injury or damage to the planer.
To install the dust hood, do these steps:
1.
Attach the dust hood to the planer with six M6-1 x
12 cap screws and flat washers as shown in Figure
7.
2.
Attach the dust hood to the dust collector.
Note: To maximize work results and minimize clogging, chipout, etc., use a dust collector with your
planer!� �
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Figure 7. Dust hood attached.
W1747 20" Planer
Gearbox Oil Level
Before starting your machine for the first time, make
sure the gearbox has oil. The proper oil level is just even
with the bottom of the fill plug hole. The gearbox uses
80W-90W automotive grade gear oil.
To check the gearbox oil level, do these steps:
1.
Wipe the outside of the fill plug clean.
2.
Using a 14mm wrench or socket, remove the gearbox fill plug (Figure 8).
3.
Using the short end of a CLEAN 6mm hex wrench,
dip it inside the fill hole and remove it. (Do not drop
the wrench into the gearbox!)
Figure 8. Gearbox fill plug location.
SET UP
— If the end of the hex wrench is coated with oil,
then the gearbox oil level is okay. Replace the fill
plug and continue with set up.
— If the end of the hex wrench is not coated with
oil, then fill the gearbox with 80-90W gear oil
until the oil reaches the top of the fill plug.
Note: Replace the gearbox oil after the first 20
hours of operation. This is a normal break-in procedure.
Connecting to Power
Now is the time to connect your planer to the power
source. Make sure you have read and followed precautions
listed on Page 9, before doing so.
Knife Setting Gauge
Assemble the knife setting gauge as shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9. Knife setting gauge assembled.
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W1747 20" Planer
Test Run
Complete this process once you have familiarized yourself
with all instructions in this manual. The purpose of the
test run is to make sure the motor is working properly
before proceeding.
SET UP
To perform a test run, do these steps:
1.
Read the entire manual, and make sure oil is in the
gearbox.
2.
Make sure all tools and foreign objects have been
removed from the machine.
3.
Put on safety glasses, and secure loose clothes or
long hair.
4.
Press the green button to turn the machine ON. The
planer should run smoothly with little or no vibration.
— If you suspect any problems, immediately turn
the planer OFF by pushing the red STOP button.
Refer to Page 40 to troubleshoot/fix any problems
before starting the planer 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.
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.
Recommended
Adjustments
For your convenience, the adjustments
listed below have been performed at the
factory and no further setup is required to
operate your machine.
However, because of the many variables
involved with shipping, some of these
adjustments may need to be repeated
to ensure optimum cutting results. Keep
this in mind as you start to use your new
planer.
Step-by-step instructions for these adjustments can be found in the SERVICE section.
Tighten V-Belts
The final step in the set up process must be done after
approximately 16 hours of operation. During this first 16
hours, the V-belts will stretch and seat into the pulley
grooves. After this 16 hours, the V-belts must be tensioned or your belts will slip and burn out. Refer to Page
24 when you are ready to perform this important adjustment.
Note: Pulleys and belts run very hot. This is a normal
condition. Allow them to cool before making adjustments.
Note: A collection of black belt dust at the bottom of the
belt housing is a normal during the life of the machine
and does not indicate premature belt failure is in progress.
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1.
Table Parallelism (Page 29).
2.
Chain Tension (Page 28).
3.
Spring Tension (Page 34).
4.
Rollers, Chip Breakers and Pressure
Bar Heights (Page 31).
5.
Chip Deflector Positioning (Page 35).
W1747 20" Planer
OPERATIONS
General
The Model W1747 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!
If you are an inexperienced operator, we strongly recommend that you read books, trade articles, or seek training
from an experienced planer operator before performing
any unfamiliar operations. Above all, your safety should
come first!
Basic Operation
The basic steps of operating the planer are as follows:
1.
Put on safety glasses, respirator, and ear muffs.
2.
Unless your workpiece is very flat, surface plane
the workpiece on a jointer until it is flat—having the
face flat will ensure that it sits flat on the planer
table during operation.
3.
Adjust the table height slightly lower than your
workpiece to ensure the first cut is as light as possible (approximately 1/32"–1/16"). This cut removes
any excessive high spots.
4.
Start the planer.
5.
Making sure not to stand directly in front or behind
the workpiece to avoid kickback injury, place the
flat side of the board down on the table, and feed
the workpiece through the planer.
— If the cut is too heavy and bogs down the planer,
turn the planer OFF immediately, allow it to
come to a complete stop, remove the workpiece,
and repeat Steps 3–5.
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Damage to your eyes, lungs, and ears
could result from using this machine
without proper protective gear. Always
wear safety glasses, a respirator, and
hearing protection when operating this
machine.
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DO NOT investigate problems or adjust
the planer while it is running. Wait
until the machine is turned OFF and
all working parts have come to a
complete stop before proceeding!
OPERATIONS
The W1747 table moves approximately /16" with one
turn of the handwheel.
1
READ and understand this entire instruction manual before using this machine.
Serious personal injury may occur if
safety and operational information is not
understood and followed. DO NOT risk
your safety by not reading!
W1747 20" Planer
6.
Measure your workpiece thickness and adjust the
table height as necessary to take a lighter or heavier
pass, depending on your needs. For most wood
types, 1/16" per pass is a good cutting depth.
Note: Any time you switch directions with the
handwheel, there will be a small amount of backlash—so the first crank of the handwheel after
switching directions will be slightly less than 1/16".
However, as long as you move the handwheel in the
same direction during operation, backlash will not
be a factor.
OPERATIONS
Operation Tips
•
Inspect lumber for defects, warping, cupping, twisting, and for foreign objects (nails, staples, imbedded
gravel, etc,). If you have any question about the quality of your lumber, do not use it. Remember, wood
stacked on a concrete floor can have small pieces of
stone or concrete pressed into the surface.
•
Use the full width of the planer. Alternate between
the left, the right, and the middle when feeding lumber into the planer. Your cutters will remain sharp
much longer.
•
Scrape all glue off of joined boards before planing.
•
Plane ONLY natural wood fiber. No wood composites
(OSB, MDF, particle board, etc.).
•
Plane wood with the grain. Never feed end-cut or
end-grained lumber into your planer.
•
Do not use boards with loose or large knots, splits,
crossgrain or other obvious blemishes or defects.
They can damage the machine and pose the possibility of operator injury.
•
Keep your work area clear.
•
When making multiple passes through the planer on
long stock, use the stock return rollers on the top of
the machine to move the material back to the infeed
side of the machine.
•
Avoid planing wood with a high water content. Wood
with more than 20% moisture content or wood exposed
to rain or snow, will plane poorly and cause excessive
wear to the cutters and motor. Excess moisture can
also hasten rust and corrosion.
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W1747 20" Planer
Feed Speed
The infeed and outfeed rollers power the stock through
the planer while keeping boards flat and providing a consistent rate of movement.
The power feed features high/low feed rates. Use the
different feed rates as stated below:
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Low Feed Rate .............................Dimensioning Pass
High Feed Rate .................................. Finishing Pass
Figure 10 illustrates the three different positions of the
feed control knob. Moving the knob toward the machine
(Position A) produces the high feed speed (23 FPM) moving away from the machine (Position C) produces the low
speed (18 FPM) and moving the knob to the center position (Position B) places the gearbox in neutral.
Figure 10. Feed control knob positions.
The speed should only be changed when the machine is
running.
NOTICE
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OPERATIONS
Only change the speeds when the planer is running,
but DO NOT attempt to change speeds during any
cutting operations or damage to the gearbox will
result.
W1747 20" Planer
Bed Rollers
Adjustment Height Range:
0.002"–0.020"
The height of the bed rollers will vary, depending on the
type of material you intend to plane, but as a general
rule keep the roller height within 0.002"–0.020" above the
table (Figure 27). When planing rough stock, set the rollers high to keep the lumber from dragging along the bed.
When planing milled lumber, set the rollers low to help
minimize snipe.
To ensure accurate results and make the adjustment process quicker and easier, we recommend using a W1218
Rotacator (see Page 21) to gauge the bed roller height
from the table. If a Rotacator is not available, a straightedge and feeler gauges can be used, but extra care must
be taken to achieve satisfactory results.
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Figure 11. Bed roller height range.
Note: Misaligned bed rollers can cause workpiece chatter,
a washboard surface, uneven workpiece feeding, or binding.
OPERATIONS
To adjust the bed rollers, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
2.
Lower the table to give yourself at least 4" of working room below the cutterhead.
Roller
Adjustor
3.
Using a 3mm hex wrench, loosen the locking set
screws (Figure 12) above the roller adjusters (4
total).
Figure 12. Bed roller controls (only one
side shown).
4.
Raise or lower the rollers by rotating the roller
adjusters to reach your desired height.
5.
Verify both sides of the bed roller are at the same
height in relation with each other and to the table
surface, and lock them in position with the locking
set screws.
6.
Double check the roller heights to make sure they
did not move when you locked them (if they did,
repeat the procedure).
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Locking Set
Screw
W1747 20" Planer
ACCESSORIES
Planer Accessories
The following planer 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: 1-800-545-8420 or at sales@woodstockint.com.
The SHOP FOX® Heavy-Duty Roller Stands and Roller Tables make
your planer safer and easier to use. All models feature convenient
hand knobs for fast height adjustment and offer rigid steel construction. These stands are invaluable for supporting long workpieces on
your planer.
D0254
The W1218 Rotacator® makes a planer setup process easier and
more accurate for adjusting the table rollers, feed rollers, chip
breaker, and the pressure bar if equipped on your planer. This tool
is a rotating dial indicator on a magnetic base. Shown to the right,
this handy device measures table-to-cutterhead alignment and the
table roller height. The Rotacator®�allows you to set your table
within 0.001" from being parallel with the cutterhead.
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D2274
OPERATIONS
The D2271 SHOP FOX® Heavy-Duty Roller Table is a versatile roller
table wherever you need extra workpiece support for up to a 1,000
lb. capacity. It features all-steel welded construction and it measures 19" x 65" long. The roller table also comes with 9 ball bearing rollers with four independently adjustable legs for any leveling
requirement. The roller table is also adjustable in height from 263⁄8"
to 441⁄8".
D2273
W1747 20" Planer
PLANER PAL® Magnetic Planer Knife Setting Jigs. Our patented
knife-setting system lets you set straight-type planer knives in perfect alignment every time! You can shift nicked knives on 21⁄2"– 4"
cutterheads to get a perfect cut with an accuracy of ±.002". Two jigs
are needed for 15"– 20" planers. Use the STANDARD JIGS for Steel
Knives W1216 (Pair), or the CARBIDE JIGS for Steel or Carbide Knives
W1217 (Pair). �
OPERATIONS
The SHOP FOX® Wood Rack System features interchangeable rack
bars and shelf brackets to create simple or elaborate wood racks. 24"
and 48" rack bars can be joined together to provide 6 feet of vertical storage capacity. Easily adjustable 12" and 18" shelf brackets lock
into the rack bars for a secure system. Weight capacity is 300 lbs.
for 12" brackets and 200 lbs. for 18" brackets when wood rack bars
are supported by the floor and weight is evenly distributed. Assembly
instructions included. D2829 24" Wood Rack Bars, D2830 48" Wood
Rack Bars, D283112" Wood Rack Shelf Brackets, and D2832 18" Wood
Rack Shelf Brackets.
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W1747 20" Planer
MAINTENANCE
General
Regular periodic maintenance on your SHOP FOX®
Model W1747 will ensure its optimum performance. Make
a habit of inspecting your machine each time you use it.
Check for the following conditions and repair or
replace when necessary:
•
•
•
•
•
Loose mounting bolts.
Worn switch.
Worn or damaged cords and plugs.
Damaged V-belt.
Any other condition that could hamper the safe
operation of this machine.
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Disconnect power to the machine when
performing maintenance, assembly or
adjustments. Failure to do this may
result in serious personal injury.
Cleaning
Vacuum excess wood chips and sawdust, and wipe off the
remaining dust with a dry cloth. Protect the unpainted
cast iron surfaces on the table by wiping the table clean
after every use. Keep tables rust-free with regular applications of quality metal protectants.
Maintenance Schedule
Daily Maintenance:
• Clean the unpainted cast iron part of the table
• Lubricate feed rollers
Weekly Maintenance:
• Clean cutterhead
• Lubricate four columns
Monthly Maintenance:
• Inspect V-belt tension, damage, or wear
• Clean/vacuum dust buildup from inside cabinet and
off motor
• Lubricate worm gear
• Lubricate drive chain
Yearly Maintenance:
• Change gear box oil (See Page 25)
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MAINTENANCE
For optimum performance from your machine, follow this
maintenance schedule and refer to any specific instructions given in this section.
W1747 20" Planer
V-Belts
V-belt removal and replacement is simply a matter of
loosening the V-belts, rolling them off of the pulleys,
replacing them with new belts, then retensioning them.
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Always replace V-belts with a matched set of 3 belts, or
belt tension may not be even among the 3 belts and may
cause premature belt failure.
To adjust/replace the V-belts, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER SOURCE!
2.
Open the motor access panel and V-belt cover.
3.
Using a 19mm wrench, loosen the fasteners on the
tension rods shown in Figure 13.
4.
Lift the motor up and slide the V-belts off of the
pulleys.
5.
Slide the new belts onto the pulley, lower the
motor, and tighten the fasteners loosened in Step 3.
6.
Close the V-belt cover and motor access panel.
MAINTENANCE
Note: The correct tension for the V-belts is 1⁄4" deflection
when pushed in the center with moderate pressure. After
the first 16 hours of belt life, retension them, as they will
stretch and seat during this time.
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Figure 13. Fasteners needed to be
loosened for V-belt replacement.
W1747 20" Planer
Lubrication
This planer uses sealed and pre-lubricated ball bearings
that require no lubrication.
The following is a list of parts that need lubrication:
Columns/Lead Screws: The four columns should be lubricated weekly with SAE 30W oil. Unfasten dust covers to
gain access. The four lead screws (Figure 14) should be
lubricated with general purpose grease once a month.
Worm Gear: The worm gear should be inspected monthly
and lubricated with general purpose grease when needed. Remove the worm gear box to inspect. See parts diagram on Page 44 for location.
Column
Lead screw
Figure 14. Columns and lead screws
(Shown with cover removed).
Chain: The table height adjustment chain (see Figure 21
on Page 28) should be inspected monthly and lubricated
with general purpose grease when needed.
Gear Box: Gear box oil should be changed after the first
20 hours of operation (see Figure 15). Inspect levels
periodically and change yearly. Replace gear oil more frequently under heavy use. See Page 15 for instructions on
adding oil.
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Fill Plug
Replace with 80W-90W gear oil. Fill until oil reaches the
top of the filler plug port for correct oil level.
Feed Rollers: Regular lubrication of feed rollers is crucial
to the operation of your planer. Lubricate every 30 hours
of use. Each end of each power feed roller has an oiling
port located on the top of the headstock (Figure 16).
Apply SAE 30W oil, making sure that the lubricant penetrates the bearing.
Figure 15. Gearbox oil drain/fill locations.
Oil
SHOCK HAZARD!
Always disconnect power to the
machine before lubricating! Failure to
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do this may result in serious personal
injury!
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Figure 16. Feed roller lubrication
locations.
MAINTENANCE
Drive Chain: The drive chain should be inspected and
lubricated monthly. Check sprocket, chain and cotter pin
during inspection. Use a general purpose grease. Some
chains will have master links instead of cotter pins.
Drain Plug
W1747 20" Planer
SERVICE
General
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:
tech-support@shopfox.biz.
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Inspecting Knives
The Model W1747 Planer has a four-knife cutterhead.
Because of normal use and wear, the knives must be
periodically sharpened, replaced or adjusted. Adjustment
from the factory must also be checked prior to use due to
possible movement during shipment.
The height of the knives can be easily and quickly
inspected with a knife setting gauge or Planer Pal® (Model
W1216). This inspection will ensure that the knives are
protruding equally and are parallel with the cutterhead
body.
MAKE SURE that your machine is disconnected during all service procedures!
If this warning is ignored, serious personal injury may occur.
These Points Must
All Touch Evenly
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To inspect the knives, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER SOURCE!
2.
Remove the top cover and dust port.
3.
Place a knife gauge on the cutterhead, directly over
a knife, as shown in Figure 17.
4.
Carefully inspect how the gauge touches the
cutterhead and the knife.
Middle Pad
— If both outside legs of the gauge sit firmly on the
cutterhead and the middle pad just touches the
knife, then that knife is protruding the correct
amount (.040"). (Repeat this inspection with the
other knives.)
— If the gauge sits firmly on the cutterhead and the
knife does not contact the middle pad, or if the
knife contacts the middle pad but the feet rock,
then reset that knife. (Repeat this inspection with
the other knives before resetting.)
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Figure 17. Gauge positioned over
cutterhead knife.
W1747 20" Planer
Setting/Replacing Knives
Setting the knives correctly is crucial to the proper
operation of the planer and is very important in keeping
the knives sharp. If one knife protrudes higher than the
others, it will do the majority of the work, and thus, dull
much faster than the others.
The included knife gauge is designed to set the knives
approximately 0.040" higher than the cutterhead. Planer
Pal® (Model W1216) can also be used to set the knives.
This planer comes with both jack screws and springs to
provide you with two options for cutterhead adjustments
(see Figure 18).
Note: Only one of these options is needed to set the
knives—see Step 5 for clarification.
Figure 18. Cutterhead profile diagram.
To set the knives, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
2.
Remove the top cover and dust port.
3.
Remove the belt guard to expose the cutterhead
pulley.
4.
Rotate the cutterhead pulley to give you good
access to one of the knives.
Planer knives are dangerous and may cause personal
injury. To reduce the risk of beng injured, wear
leather gloves when handling the knives in the following steps.
5.
Note: If this is the first time you are setting
the knives, remove the gib and knife from the
cutterhead. The cutterhead comes with both springs
and jack screws installed. Decide which adjustment option you are going to use. If you decide to
use the jack screws, remove the springs from the
cutterhead. If you decide to use the springs, you
can just thread the jack screws completely into the
cutterhead so they will not get lost. Replace the gib
and knife.
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Using a 12mm wrench, loosen the cutterhead gib
bolts, starting in the middle, and alternating back
and forth until all of the gib bolts are loose, but not
falling out.
W1747 20" Planer
6.
7.
Position the knife gauge over the knife as shown in
Figure 17 and loosen the gib bolts until the knife is
completely loose.
Jack Screws—Using a 3mm hex wrench, find the jack
screws through the access holes in the cutterhead
(Figure 19) and rotate the jack screws to raise or
lower the knife. When the knife is set correctly, it
will barely touch the middle pad of the knife setting
gauge. Snug the gib bolts tight enough to just hold
the knife in place. Repeat Steps 5-7 with the rest of
the knives.
Springs—Push the knife down with the gauge so that
the knife edge touches the middle pad of the gauge.
Hold the gauge down and tighten the gib bolts just
tight enough to hold the knife in place. Repeat Steps
5-7 with the rest of the knives.
8.
9.
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Rotate the cutterhead to the first knife you started
with. Slightly tighten all the gib bolts by following
the tightening sequence shown in Figure 20. Repeat
this step on the rest of the knives.
Figure 19. Jack screw access hole.
5
3
1
2
4
Figure 20. Gib bolt tigthening sequence.
Final tighten each gib bolt, then reinstall the top
cover, dust port and bolt guard.
Chain Tension
The chain drive transfers movement from the handwheel
to elevate the table. The chain drive can be adjusted to
remove slack if the chain stretches over time or is loosened during table leveling procedures.
Idler Sprocket
To adjust the chain tension, do these steps:
1.
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2.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
Table Height
Adjustment
Chain
Lock Bolts
Remove the motor access panel.
NOTICE
During the next step, DO NOT let the chain fall off
the sprockets—returning it to its proper location
without changing the table adjustments will be very
difficult and time consuming.
3.
Loosen the two lock bolts, move the idler sprocket
against the chain to tighten it (Figure 21) and retighten the locking bolts.
4.
Check chain lubrication. Refer to MAINTENANCE on
Page 23 for further details.
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Figure 21. Underside of table.
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Table Parallelism
Table parallelism is critical to the operation of the
machine. As such, it is essential that the table is parallel
with the cutterhead (within 0.002") from side-to-side, as
illustrated in Figure 22.
Maximum Allowable Tolerances:
Cutterhead to Table Side-to-Side ..................... 0.002"
Headstock to Table Front/Back ....................... 0.020"
How the table sits in relation to the headstock from
front-to-back is also important (see Figure 23). Because
the feed rollers, pressure bar, and chip breaker will
be adjusted off the table position, the tolerances on
the front-to-back positioning are not as critical as the
cutterhead/table side-to-side positioning. Therefore, the
maximum allowable tolerance for the front-to-back parallelism is not more than 0.020".
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Use your Rotacator to further inspect the table parallelism. If you do not have a Rotacator, a wood block and
feeler gauges may be used, but extra care must be taken
to ensure accuracy. If the table is not within the maximum allowable tolerances, it must be adjusted.
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Figure 22. Side-to-side parallelism of
table and cutterhead.
Table Parallelism Inspection
The easiest way to determine if your headstock has a
parallelism problem is to plane a workpiece and measure
the thickness in multiple locations. If the workpiece is
tapered from left-to-right or from front-to-back, then parallelism may be a problem.
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Figure 23. Front-to-back parallelism.
Table Parallelism Adjustments
The table is adjusted by turning the chain sprockets
underneath the table for movements over 0.016" or by
adjusting how the table is mounted on the columns for
movements under 0.016".
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SERVICE
NOTICE
When making adjustments, tighten fasteners after
each step to ensure the accuracy of your tests.
When adjusting the chain sprockets, keep in mind
that if the chain becomes too loose, it will fall off of
all the sprockets. Returning it to its proper location
will be frustrating and time consuming.
W1747 20" Planer
To adjust the table parallelism, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER SOURCE!
2.
Remove the motor access panel and locate the chain
on the underside of the table.
3.
Loosen the lock bolts and idler sprocket (see Chain
Tension instructions on Page 28).
4.
Mark the location of one tooth in the sprocket that
you are adjusting.
5.
Move the chain away from only the sprocket you
want to adjust so only that sprocket can be turned
independent of the chain.
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Note: If the left side of the table is too high, the
left two sprockets will need to be adjusted. Each
tooth on the sprocket represents 0.016" of vertical
movement as the cogs are turned. Make sure, as you
turn the sprockets, to keep an accurate tooth count
to ensure that the table is adjusted equally.
6.
Carefully turn the sprocket (clockwise to raise the
table; counterclockwise to lower the table) just
enough to position the next tooth at the marked
location, then fit the chain around sprocket again.
7.
Repeat Steps 4–6 with each sprocket that needs to
be adjusted until the table-to-cutterhead clearance
is within 0.016" from one side to the other.
8.
Make sure the chain is properly fitted on the sprockets, and tighten the idler sprocket and lock bolts.
9.
Micro-adjust the table position by loosening the cap
screws (Figure 24) using a 6mm wrench, and lifting
the table upward or downward until the table and
cutterhead are in alignment.
Note: This process may require adjusting the columns on both the left and right hand sides until you
find the correct combination.
10. Replace the motor access panel.
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Figure 24. Table micro-adjustment
screws.
W1747 20" Planer
Rollers, Chip Breaker &
Pressure Bar Heights
Distance Below Knife Edge at *BDC:
Infeed Roller ..............................................
Chip Breaker ..............................................
Pressure Bar ..............................................
Outfeed Roller ...........................................
0.040"
0.040"
0.008"
0.020"
*BDC = Bottom Dead Center (see Figure 25).
To ensure accurate results and make the adjustment process quicker and easier, we recommend using a Rotacator
(see Page 21) for these adjustments.
If a Rotacator is not available, a 6' 2x4 cut into two even
sized pieces and a feeler gauge set can be used, but care
must be taken when jointing the blocks to achieve accurate results.
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Figure 25. Knife edge at bottom dead
center.
To set the height of the infeed and outfeed rollers,
chip breaker, and pressure bar using a Rotacator, do
these steps:
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
2.
Make sure the knives are set correctly with the knife
gauge.
3.
Lower the table at least 4" below the headstock and
lock the table in place.
4.
Remove the dust port, top cover, and belt cover.
5.
Using your Rotacator, find BDC of any knife edge
by slowly rocking the cutterhead pulley back and
forth, and set the Rotacator dial to zero, as shown
in Figure 26.
6.
Place the Rotacator under the right-hand side of
the infeed roller, and find bottom dead center on a
serrated edge by rocking the infeed roller back and
forth.
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Figure 26. Finding BDC with the
Rotacator.
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7.
Adjust the height of the infeed roller on the same
side as the Rotacator to the specification given at
the beginning of this procedure, using the zero setting of the Rotacator as a reference point. Figure 27
shows the jam nut and set screw for adjusting the
roller height.
8.
Repeat Steps 6–7 on the left-hand side of the infeed
roller.
9.
Double-check and micro-adjust both sides of the
infeed roller, then carefully lock both sides in place.
10. Using the same zeroed reference on the Rotacator,
adjust the height of the outfeed roller, pressure bar,
and chip breaker to their given specifications. The
adjustment controls for each are shown in Figures
27, 28, and 29.
Infeed
Roller
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Outfeed
Roller
Jam
Nuts
Set
Screw
Set
Screw
Figure 27. Roller height adjustment
controls.
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Adjustment
Location
Pressure
Bar
Figure 28. Pressure bar height adjustment
controls.
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Adjustment
Location
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Chip Breaker
Figure 29. Adjusting chip breaker height.
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W1747 20" Planer
To adjust the height of the infeed and outfeed rollers,
chip breaker and pressure bar using wood blocks and a
feeler gauge, do these steps:
1.
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Build the wood blocks by cutting a straight 6' long
2x4 in half.
Note: Having the wood blocks at an even height is
critical to the accuracy of your overall adjustments.
For best results, remove board warpage by squaring
the 2x4 with a jointer and table saw before cutting
in half.
2.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER SOURCE!
3.
Lower the bed rollers below the table.
4.
Place one wood block along the left side of the
table, and place the other wood block along the
right side of the table, as illustrated in Figure 30.
5.
Remove the dust port, top cover, and belt cover.
6.
Adjust the table and use the feeler gauge until you
have a 0.040" gap between the edge of a knife at
bottom dead center (find by rocking cutterhead pulley) and the wood blocks.
7.
Lock the table height in place, as the wood blocks
will now be your reference points for the rest of the
adjustments.
8.
Loosen the infeed roller adjustment jam nuts (Figure
32) and turn the adjustment set screws on each end
to raise the feed roller above the wood block (if necessary), then bring it back down so it just touches
the wood block on both sides.
9.
Lock the infeed roller adjustment set screws in place
with the jam nuts, making sure they do not move
while tightening.
11. When you are finished with the adjustments, replace
the top cover, dust port, and belt cover.
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SERVICE
10. Without moving the table, adjust the chip breaker
(Figure 29), pressure bar (Figure 28), and outfeed
roller (Figure 27) in the same manner, using the
wood blocks as your reference point.
Figure 30. Wood blocks on table.
W1747 20" Planer
Spring Tension
Roller spring tension must be adjusted so that roller pressure is uniform. Roller spring tension will vary, depending
on the type of wood you plane. This is usually determined from trial-and-error.
Generally speaking, less spring tension is more forgiving on workpieces. Therefore, if you primarily plane
milled lumber with relatively consistent surfaces, you
can get away with having less spring tension. Likewise, if
you primarily plane rough lumber with inconsistent surface heights, more spring tension is a must to keep the
workpiece feeding through the planer without stopping.
If workpieces regularly stop feeding during operation, it
may be a sign of weak spring tension.
To adjust roller spring tension, do these steps:
Locate the four tension screws located on the top of
the planer, as shown in Figure 31.
2.
Using a 6mm hex wrench, adjust tension screws #1–
#3 so that they protrude 1⁄8" above the headstock.
3.
Adjust tension screw #4 so that it protrudes 5⁄16"
above the headstock.
SERVICE
1.
-34-
Tension Screws
#1 - #3 Adjust to 1⁄8"
Tension Screw
#4 Adjust to 5⁄16"
Figure 31. Tension screw locations and
adjustments.
W1747 20" Planer
Chip Deflector Positioning
The chip deflector keeps chips from falling onto the
outfeed roller.
Chip Deflector Gap Setting
If Planer Used w/Dust Collector........................... 1⁄4"
If Planer Used w/o Dust Collector ....................... 1⁄16"
Chip
Deflector
OFF
To adjust the deflector position, do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
2.
Remove the dust port and top cover.
3.
Loosen the chip deflector mounting bolts (see
Figure 32).
4.
Make sure the deflector is beveled toward the
cutterhead. Move the deflector until the edge is the
correct distance (given above) from the closest knife
5.
Rotate the cutterhead to ensure clearance by turning the cutterhead pulley.
6.
Re-tighten the mounting bolts and return the top
cover and dust port to the planer.
Chip Deflector
Mounting Bolts
Figure 32. Chip deflector and mounting
bolts.
Scale Calibration
The scale can be adjusted for accuracy. The machine will
need to be run to make proper adjustments.
Figure 33. Depth scale adjustment screws.
To calibrate the scale, do these steps:
Set the table to the approximate thickness of your
test lumber. Measure the lumber with calipers to
determine its exact thickness.
2.
Move the table to 1⁄16" under the thickness of your
lumber and feed your test board through the planer.
3.
Turn the handwheel one full rotation and run the
board through once more. Turn the board over and
repeat.
4.
Re-measure the board and compare your results
with the scale. If there is a discrepancy, loosen the
screws (see Figure 33) and adjust as necessary.
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SERVICE
1.
W1747 20" Planer
Anti-Kickback Fingers
The Model W1747 provides an anti-kickback system as a
safety feature. The anti-kickback fingers hang from a rod
suspended across the cutter headstock. The anti-kickback
fingers should be inspected regularly.
Check the fingers (Figure 34) to ensure that they swing
freely and easily. If the fingers do not swing freely and
easily, clean them with a wood resin solvent.
Proper operation of the anti-kickback fingers is essential for the safe operation of this machine. Failure to
ensure that they are working properly could result in
serious operator injury.
SERVICE
Do not apply oil or other lubricants to the anti-kickback
fingers. Oil or grease will attract dust, restricting the free
movement of the fingers.
-36-
Figure 34. Anti-kickback fingers.
W1747 20" Planer
Pulley Alignment
Proper pulley alignment (see Figure 35) prevents premature belt wear. The pulleys are properly aligned when
they are parallel and in the same plane as each other.
Use a straightedge on the edge of the pulleys to judge
alignment.
OFF
Should you find that the pulleys are out of alignment,
do these steps:
1.
DISCONNECT THE PLANER FROM THE POWER
SOURCE!
2.
Remove the motor access panel, the V-belt cover,
and loosen the belt tension (Page 24).
3.
Using a 12mm wrench, loosen the motor mount fasteners shown in Figure 36 just enough to allow the
motor to be repositioned.
4.
Slide the motor as required to align the pulleys.
5.
Re-tighten the motor mount fasteners carefully to
assure that the tightening process does not move
the motor.
6.
Re-tension the V-belts.
7.
Replace the belt cover and motor access panel.
Figure 35. Checking belt alignment.
Figure 36. Motor mount fasteners.
SERVICE
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W1747 20" Planer
W1747 Electrical Components
START
STOP
Figure 38. W1747 control panel.
SERVICE
Figure 37. W1747 motor junction box.
POWER
Figure 39. W1747 magnetic switch assembly.
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W1747 20" Planer
W1747 Wiring Diagram
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W1747 20" Planer
Troubleshooting
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!
OFF
Motor & Machine Operation
PROBLEM
Motor will not start.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Emergency stop button depressed.
2. Thermal protection circuit.
Breaker amperage is set too low.
3. Open circuit in motor or loose
connections.
4. Start capacitor at fault.
Fuses or circuit breakers
blow.
1. Short circuit in line cord or plug.
1. Repair or replace cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted wires.
Motor fails to develop full
power (output of motor
decreases rapidly with
decrease in voltage at
motor terminals).
1. Undersized wires or circuits too
long.
2. Motor run capacitor at fault.
1. Increase wire sizes or reduce length of the circuit.
Motor overheats.
1. Motor overloaded during operation.
2. Air circulation through the motor
restricted.
1. Reduce cutting load; take lighter cuts.
1. Motor overloaded during operation.
2. Thermal protection circuit.
Breaker amperage is set too low.
1. Reduce cutting load; take lighter cuts.
Motor stalls or shuts off
during a cut.
3. Short circuit in motor or loose
connections.
4. Circuit breaker tripped.
SERVICE
1. Rotate clockwise until it pops out/replace.
2. Unplug machine, open magnetic switch cover,
turn amperage dial on Thermal Protection Circuit
Breaker to a higher amperage setting.
3. Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or
open connections.
4. Replace start capacitor.
2. Replace run capacitor.
2. Clean out motor to provide normal air circulation.
2. Unplug machine, open magnetic switch cover,
turn amperage dial on Thermal Protection Circuit
Breaker to a higher amperage setting.
3. Repair or replace connections on motor for loose or
shorted terminals or worn insulation.
4. Install correct circuit breaker; reduce # of
machines running on that circuit.
Cutterhead slows or
squeals when cutting,
especially on start-up.
1. V-belt loose.
2. V-belt worn out.
1. Tighten V-belt (Page 24).
2. Replace V-belt (Page 24).
Loud repetitious noise
coming from machine.
1. Pulley setscrews or keys are missing or loose.
2. Motor fan is hitting the cover.
3. V-belts are damaged.
1. Inspect keys and setscrews. Replace or tighten if
necessary.
2. Adjust fan cover mounting position, tighten fan, or
shim fan cover.
3. Replace V-belts (Page 24).
1. Loose or damaged knife.
2. Damaged V-belt.
3. Worn cutterhead bearings.
1. Tighten or replace knife (Page 27).
2. Replace V-belt (Page 24).
3. Check/replace cutterhead bearings.
Vibration when running or
cutting.
-40-
W1747 20" Planer
Cutting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Excessive snipe (gouge in
the end of the board that
is uneven with the rest of
the cut).
1. One or both of the bed rollers are
set too high.
2. Outfeed extension slopes down or
is not level with the main table.
3. Chipbreaker or pressure bar set
too low.
4. Workpiece is not supported as it
leaves the planer.
Note: A small amount of
snipe is inevitable with all
types of planers. The key
is minimizing it as much as
possible.
Workpiece stops/slows in
the middle of the cut.
Chipping (consistent pattern).
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Taking too heavy of a cut.
2. One or both of the bed rollers are
set too low or too high.
3. Chipbreaker or pressure bar set
too low.
4. Feed rollers set too low or too
high.
5. Table not parallel with headstock.
6. Pitch and glue build up on planer
components.
1. Knots or conflicting grain direction
in wood.
2. Nicked or chipped knife.
3. Feeding workpiece too fast.
4. Taking too deep of a cut.
5. Misaligned chipbreaker.
1. Lower the bed rollers (Page 20).
2. Shim the outfeed extension wing level with the
main table.
3. Raise the height of the chipbreaker or pressure bar
(Page 31).
4. Hold the workpiece up slightly as it leaves the
outfeed end of the planer.
1. Take a lighter cut.
2. Lower/raise the bed rollers (Page 20).
3. Raise the height of the chipbreaker or pressure bar
(Page 31).
4. Adjust the feed rollers to the correct height (Page
31)
5. Adjust the table so it is parallel to the headstock.
6. Clean the internal cutterhead components with a
pitch/resin dissolving solvent.
1. Inspect workpiece for knots and grain direction;
only use clean stock.
2. Replace the affected knife (Page 27).
3. Slow down the feed rate (Page 19).
4. Take a smaller depth of cut. (Always reduce cutting depth when surface planing or working with
hard woods.)
5. Adjust both sides of the chipbreaker to the correct
height (Page 35).
Fuzzy grain.
1. Wood may have high moisture con- 1. Check moisture content and allow to dry if moistent or surface wetness.
ture is too high.
2. Dull knives.
2. Rotate/replace the knives (Page 27) or have them
professionally sharpened.
Long lines or ridges that
run along the length of
the board
1. Nicked or chipped knife(s).
1. Replace the knives (Page 27) or have them professionally sharpened.
Uneven knife marks, wavy
surface, or chatter marks
across the face of the
board.
1. Feeding workpiece too fast.
2. Chipbreaker or pressure bar set
unevenly.
3. Knives not installed evenly.
4. Worn cutterhead bearings.
1. Slow down the feed rate.
2. Adjust the height of the chipbreaker or pressure
bar (Page 31).
3. Adjust the knives with the knife gauge (Page 27).
4. Replace cutterhead bearings.
Glossy surface.
1. Knives are dull.
1. Rotate/replace the knives (Page 27) or have them
professionally sharpened.
2. Increase the feed rate (Page 19).
3. Increase the depth of cut.
2. Feed rate too slow.
3. Cutting depth too shallow.
Chip Marks (inconsistent
pattern).
1. Chips aren't being properly
expelled from the cutterhead.
1. Use a dust collection system; adjust the chip
deflector in or out depending on your setup (Page
35).
PARTS
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W1747 20" Planer
Headstock Assembly Parts Breakdown
-42-
W1747 20" Planer
Headstock Assembly Parts List
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DESCRIPTION
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
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115
116
117
118
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120
121
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136
137
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140
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X1747102
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X1747104
XPB09M
X1747106
XPFS02M
X1747108
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X1747110
X1747111
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XPW03M
XPSB26M
X1747115
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X1747118
X1747119
X1747120
X1747121
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X1747124
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X1747127
X1747128
X1747129
X1747130
X1747131
XPRP07M
X1747133
XPSB12M
X1747135
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147
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156
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160
161
162
163
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165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
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W1747 20" Planer
PART�#
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209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
228
229
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281
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
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W1747 20" Planer
Table, Base, and Columns Parts Breakdown
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W1747 20" Planer
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264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
X1747264
XPR05M
XP6202
XPR21M
X1747268
XPW04M
XPN08M
X1747271
XPS09M
X1747273
X1747274
XPR18M
X1747276
X1747277
X1747278
XPR22M
X1747280
XPK05M
X1747282
XPS05M
XPAW03M
XPAW04M
XPAW05M
XPAW06M
XPWR810
XPWR1214
XPWR1719
SPROCKET
EXT�RETAINING�RING�15MM
BEARING�6202ZZ
INT�RETAINING�RING�35MM
SPROCKET
FLAT�WASHER�10MM
HEX�NUT�M10-1.25
EXPANSION�BAND
PHLP�HD�SCR�M5-.8�X�10
PIPE�BAND
COLUMN
EXT�RETAINING�RING�17MM
CRANE�POST
PLATE�
WORM�GEAR
INT�RETAINING�RING�38MM
BUSHING
KEY�4�X�4�X�10
LEAD�SCREW�(LONG)
PHLP�HD�SCR�M5-.8�X�8
HEX�WRENCH�3MM
HEX�WRENCH�4MM
HEX�WRENCH�5MM
HEX�WRENCH�6MM
COMBO�WRENCH�8�X�10
COMBO�WRENCH�12�X�14
COMBO�WRENCH�17�X�19
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W1747 20" Planer
Stand/Motor Assembly Parts Breakdown
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W1747 20" Planer
Stand/Motor Assembly Parts List
PART�#
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART�#
DESCRIPTION
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107
116
139
181
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
241-1
241-2
241-3
241-4
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
X1747106
XPFS02M
XPW03M
XPSS14M
XPN09M
XPFH06M
X1747235
X1747236
X1747237
X1747238
XPTLW02M
XPS20M
X1747241
X1747241-1
X1747241-2
X1747241-3
X1747241-4
X1747242
X1747243
X1747244
X1747245
X1747246
XPS09M
X1747248
X1747249
X1747250
FENDER�WASHER�8MM
FLANGE�SCREW�M6-1�X�12
FLAT�WASHER�6MM
SET�SCREW�M8-1.25�X�12
HEX�NUT�M12-1.75
FLAT�HD�SCR�M6-1�X�20
COVER
STRAIN�RELIEF
CABINET�STAND
FOOT
EXT�TOOTH�WASHER�5MM
PHLP�HD�SCR�M5-.8�X�15
MAGNETIC�SWITCH�ASSEMBLY
CONTACTOR
MAG�SWITCH�FRONT�COVER
THERMAL�OVERLOAD�RELAY
MAG�SWITCH�BACK�COVER�
STRAIN�RELIEF
STRAIN�RELIEF
POWER�CORD�10AWG�X�3C
MOTOR�CORD�10AWG�X�3C
SWITCH�PLATE
PHLP�HD�SCR�M5-.8�X�10
SWITCH�CORD�18AWG�X4C
START�SWITCH
STOP�SWITCH
251
252
253
254
255
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
290-1
290-2
290-3
290-4
290-5
290-6
290-7
290-8
291
292
293
294
307
X1747251
X1747252
X1747253
X1747254
XPW06M
X1747284
X1747285
XPB15M
XPN03M
XPW01M
X1747289
X1747290
X1747290-1
X1747290-2
X1747290-3
X1747290-4
X1747290-5
X1747290-6
X1747290-7
X1747290-8
XPK12M
X1747292
X1747293
X1747294
XPSS09M
INDICATOR�LIGHT�(RED)
SWITCH�PLATE
SWITCH�BOX
SWITCH�ELBOW�BRACKET
FLAT�WASHER�12MM
MOTOR�BRACKET
COLLAR
HEX�BOLT�M8-1.25�X�40
HEX�NUT�M8-1.25
FLAT�WASHER�8MM
ADJUSTABLE�BOLT�M12-1.75
5�HP�MOTOR�220V�1-PH
CAPACITOR�COVER
MOTOR�FAN�COVER
MOTOR�FAN
S.�CAPACITOR�600MFD/125VAC
R.�CAPACITOR�50MFD/350VAC
CENTRIFUGAL�SWITCH
JUNCTION�BOX
MOTOR�LABEL
KEY�5�X�5�X�30
MOTOR�PULLEY
NYLOCK�HEX�BOLT�M8-1.25�X�20
BAR
SET�SCREW�M8-1.25�X�20
PARTS
REF
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W1747 20" Planer
Warning Label Placement and Parts List
Safety labels warn about machine hazards and how to prevent machine damage or injury. The
owner of this machine MUST maintain the original location and readability of all labels on this
machine. If any label is removed or becomes unreadable, REPLACE that label before allowing the
machine to enter service again. Contact Woodstock International, Inc. at (360) 734-3482 or www.
shopfoxtools.com to order new labels.
333
330
324
329
331
323
322
321
335
320
334
336
328
332
327
326
325
325
PART�#
DESCRIPTION
REF
PART�#
DESCRIPTION
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
X1747320
XLABEL-15
X1747322
XLABEL-04
X1747324
X1747325
X1747326
X1747327
X1747328
MODEL�NUMBER�LABEL
EAR�PROTECTION�LABEL
RESPIRATOR�LABEL
ELECTRICITY�LABEL
CONTROL�PANEL�LABEL
LUBRICATION�LABEL
ADJUST�SCREW�LABEL
CUTTERHEAD�WARNING�LABEL
UNPLUG�POWER�220V�LABEL
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
X1747329
XLABEL-08
XLABEL-01
X1747332
X1747333
X1747334
XPAINTSF701
X1747336
MACHINE�ID�LABEL
READ�MANUAL�LABEL
SAFETY�GLASSES�LABEL
SHUT�COVER�WARNING�LABEL
SPEED�CHANGE�LABEL
SHOP�FOX�LOGO�PLATE
PAINT�FOR�SHOP�FOX�MACHINES
DECORATIVE�STRIPE�TAPE
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PARTS
REF
Warranty
Woodstock International, Inc. warrants all SHOP FOX® machinery to be free of defects from workmanship and materials for a period of two 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 reimbursement of third party expenses incurred.
Woodstock International, Inc. will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, the SHOP FOX®
machine or machine part which in normal use has proven to be defective, provided that the original
owner returns the product prepaid to the SHOP FOX® factory service center or authorized repair
facility designated by our Bellingham, WA office, with proof of their purchase of the product within
two 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 SHOP FOX® 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 SHOP FOX® 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.
W1747 20" Planer
Warranty Registration
Name ___________________________________________________________________________________
Street __________________________________________________________________________________
City _________________________ State ___________________________Zip ________________________
Phone # ______________________ Email __________________________Invoice # ___________________
Model #_________Serial #______________Dealer Name__________________Purchase Date___________
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The following information is given on a voluntary basis. It will be used for marketing purposes to help us
develop better products and services. Of course, all information is strictly confidential.
1.
How did you learn about us?
_____ Advertisement
_____ Mail Order Catalog
2.
How long have you been a woodworker/metalworker?
_____ 0-2 Years
_____ 2-8 Years
____ 8-20 Years
_____ 20+ Years
3.
How many of your machines or tools are Shop Fox®?
_____ 0-2
_____ 3-5
____ 6-9
_____ 10+
4.
Do you think your machine represents a good value?
_____ Yes
____ No
5.
Would you recommend Shop Fox® products to a friend? _____ Yes
____ No
6.
What is your age group?
_____ 20-29
_____ 50-59
7.
What is your annual household income?
_____ $20,000-$29,000
____ $30,000-$39,000
_____ $50,000-$59,000
____ $60,000-$69,000
8.
Which of the following magazines do you subscribe to?
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
9.
Cabinet Maker
Family Handyman
Hand Loader
Handy
Home Shop Machinist
Journal of Light Cont.
Live Steam
Model Airplane News
Modeltec
Old House Journal
____ Friend
____ Website
____ Local Store
____ Other:
____ 30-39
____ 60-69
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
Popular Mechanics
Popular Science
Popular Woodworking
Practical Homeowner
Precision Shooter
Projects in Metal
RC Modeler
Rifle
Shop Notes
Shotgun News
____ 40-49
____ 70+
____ $40,000-$49,000
____ $70,000+
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
Today’s Homeowner
Wood
Wooden Boat
Woodshop News
Woodsmith
Woodwork
Woodworker West
Woodworker’s Journal
Other:
Comments:__________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE
Place
Stamp
Here
WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL INC.
P.O. BOX 2309
BELLINGHAM, WA 98227-2309
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