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Sears owners manual MODEL No . 113.29450 CAUTION : Read Safety Rules and Instructions Carefully â¢ Assembly â¢ Operating â¢ Repair Parts
CRArT MR " / SAFETY RULES FOR POWER TOOLS I . KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL I0 . USE RIGHT TOOL Read the owner's manual carefully . Learn its applica - Don't force tool or attachment to do a job it was not tion and limitations as well as the specific potential designed for . hazards peculiar to this tool . 11 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL 2 . GROUND ALL TOOLS No loose clothing or jewelry to get caught in moving If tool is equipped with three - prong plug , it should be parts . plugged into a three - hole receptacle . If adapter is used to accommodate two - prong receptacle , the adapter wire 12 . USE SAFETY GLASSES must be attached to a known ground . Never remove Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty . third prong . 13 . SECURE WORK 3 . KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical . It's and in working order . safer than using your hand , frees both hands to oper - 4 . REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND ate tool . WRENCHES 14 . DON'T OVERREACH Form habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting Keep your proper footing and balance at all times . wrenches are removed from tool before turning on tool . 5 . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN 15 . MAINTAIN TOOLS IN TOP Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents . CONDITION 6 . AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest per - formance . Follow instructions for lubricating and Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations . Keep work area well illuminated . changing accessories . 7 . KEEP CHILDREN AWAY 16 . DISCONNECT TOOLS All visitors should be kept a safe distance from work before servicing and when changing accessories such area . as blades , bits , cutters . 8 . MAKE WORKSHOP KID PROOF 17 . AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING - - with padlocks , master switches , or by removing Make sure switch is " OFF " before plugging in cord . starter keys . 9 . DON'T FORCE TOOL 18 . USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES It will do the job better and be safer at the rate for Consult the owner Â° s manual . Use of improper acces - which it was designed . sories may be hazardous . The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects WEAR YOUR being thrown into the eyes , which can result in severe eye damage . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before commencing power tool operation . We recommend Wide Vision Safety Mask for use over spectacles , or standard safety glasses . . , available at Sears retail or catalog stores . THIS SAFETY SEAL OF THE POWER TOOL INSTITUTE ASSURES YOU . . . 1 . That the manufacturer's power tools , including the particular tool associated with the Seal , are produced in accordance with applicable Standards For Safety of Underwriters ' Laboratories and American National Standards ( ANSI ) . 2 . That compliance with applicable safety standards is assured by in - dependent inspection and testing conducted by Underwriters " Labora - tories ( UL ) . 3 . That every motorized tool is inspected under power . 4 . That every tool has with it adequate instructions and a list of safety rules for the protection of the user . 5 . That the tool manufacturer is a member of the Power Tool Institute and is a sponsor of the Institute's Consumer Safety Education Program . Copyright 1969 by Power Tool Institute , Inc . All rights reserved .
ASSEMBLING AND ADJUSTING YOUR SAW 10 9 1 2 7 4 S Figure 1 UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS Key No . ( Fig . 1 ) Item Name Qty . This Craftsman 10olnch Radial Saw is shipped complete in one carton . In order to prevent damage during shipment Screw , M . Pan . SI . , 1 / 4 - 20x1 - 1 / 4 " 1 and facilitate packaging , certain items are removed at the Screw , SI . Cup Pt . , Set , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 " 1 factory and must be assembled when received by the pur - Screw , Type A , Pan Hd . , Sl . , chaser . These " loose " items are listed below and should be No . 10x5 / 8 " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 accounted for before discarding any packing materials . Screw , Type 23 , Pan Hd . , Sl . , No . 6 - 32 x 5 / 16 " . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Key No . Nut , U - Clip ( 1 / 4 - 20 ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ( Fig . 1 ) Item Name Qty . Clamp , Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Switch Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1 Table Support , Left - hand . . . . . . . . . . 1 Shoe , Carriage Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 Table , Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Knob , Carriage Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 Table , Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Indicator , Rip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 Table , Spacer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Nut , Twin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 Fence , Rip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bracket , Rear Table Support . . . . . . 2 6 Table Support , Right - hand . . . . . . . . . 11 7 Owner's Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Unpacking Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 POWER SUPPLY AND MOTOR DATA 9 Shaft Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Arbor Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS 11 Pack Assm . , Loose Parts The a - c motor used in this Craftsman Radial Saw is of ( containing the following ) : the capacitor start , non - reversible type with the following Wrench , Hex - L , 1 / 8 " . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 specifications : Wrench , Hex - L , 3 / 16 " . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Wrench , Hex - L , 1 / 4 " . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Wrench , Hex - L , 5 / 16 " . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5 Washer , Plain , 11 / 32 x 7 / 8 x1 / 16 _ / 4 Hertz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Lockwasher , 5 / 16x . 125 x . 078 " . . . 4 Phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Single Screw , Hex . Hd . 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 ' I . . . 4 RPM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3450 Screw , M . Pan . SI . , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 " . . . . 6 Washer , Plain , 17 / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 32 p _ 7 Rotation ( viewing saw blade end ) Clockwise Lockwasher , Steel , 1 / 4 x . 109 x . 062 " 6 CAUTION : This motor is wired for 120 volt Nut , Hex . , 1 / 4 - 20x7 / 16 x 3 / 16 " . . 6 operation . Connect to 15 ampere branch Nut , Tee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 circuit and use a 15 ampere time - delay fuse . 3
MOTOR SAFETY PROTECTION MOUNTING THE SAW ON A WORK BENCH The saw motor is equipped with a manual - reset thermal The saw should be placed on a suitable sturdy work bench , overload protector , designed to open the power line circuit or Craftsman Power Tool Bench . The base of the saw must when the motor temperature exceeds a safe value . be mounted flush to a flat surface on the work bench to 1 . If the protector opens the line and stops the saw motor , prevent distortion of the saw base . The nuts , screws , and press the saw switch to the " OFF " position immediately washers which attach the wooden shipping skids to the and allow the motor to cool . saw base may be used to secure the saw base to the work bench , or tool bench . 2 . After cooling to a safe operating temperature , the overload protector can be closed manually by pushing ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS in the red button on the motor cover and nameplate . If the red button will not snap into place immediately , thea NOTE : The seven basic " steps " that follow are motor is still too hot and must be allowed to cool for essential in order to insure correct saw table while longer . ( An audible click will indicate protector alignment . is closed . ) WARNING : Make sure the power cord is 3 . As soon as the red button will snap into running position , not plugged into an electrical outlet when the saw may be started and operated normally by working on the saw . pressing the saw switch to the " ON " position . 4 . Frequent opening of fuses or circuit breakers may result STEP ONE - - INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT if motor is overloaded , or if the motor circuit is fused OF TABLE SUPPORTS with a fuse other than those recommended . Do not use 1 . Place the saw on a work bench or table . a fuse of greater capacity without consulting the power company . 2 . Attach right - , and left - hand table supports to the saw 5 . Although the motor is designed for operation on the base as follows : ( See figure " 2 . ) voltage and frequency specified on motor nameplate , NOTE : Right - , and left - hand supports may be normal loads will be handled safely on voltages not more identified by the three " keyholes " in the table than 10 % above or below the nameplate voltage . Heavy attaching surface of each support . These key - loads , however , require that voltage at motor terminals holes are for attaching the table clamps and be not less than the voltage specified on nameplate . are located at the rear of the saw . Also , the 6 . Most motor troubles may be traced to loose or incorrect angle of each support turns outward , away from the saw base . ( See figure 2 . ) connections , overloading , reduced input voltage ( which results when small size wires are used in the supply a . Place one 5 / 16 - inch , split Iockwasher and one 11 / 32 - circuit ) or when the supply circuit is extremely long . inch plain washer on each of the four 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 - Always check connections , load and supply circuit when inch , hex - head screws , all from the loose parts pack . the motor fails to perform satisfactorily . Check wire b . Attach each table support to the saw base with two sizes and lengths with the table in the next paragraph . of the hex - head screws , Iockwashers and plain wash - IMPORTANT : The following wire sizes are ers assembled in preceding step . recommended for connecting the motor to c . Position each support on the base so each screw is power source for trouble - free operation . approximately centered in the slotted hole in the Length of Wire Size Required support . Conductor ( American Wlre Gauge No . ) d . Tighten the screws just enough to hold the table 50 feet or less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No . 12 supports in position , but loose enough to slip against 100 feet or less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No . 10 the base channel when tapped with a plastic mallet . 100 feet to 150 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . No . 8 3 . Adjust Table supports parallel to radial arm as follows : 150 feet to 200 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . No . 6 200 feet to 400 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . No . 4 a . Loosen the guard clamp screw and remove the guard . b . Lock carriage and hold the motor shaft ( at inner edge For circuits of greater length the wire size must be in - of saw blade ) with the shaft wrench and loosen the creased proportionally . ARBOR I TABLE SUPPORT WRENCH ( RIGHT - HAND ) PLAIN WASHER \ J ( 11 / 32 INCH ) _ L ' _ _ - - TABLE SUPPORT SHAFT _ . _ " ' _ ( LEFT - HAND ) _ LOCKWASHER ( 5 / 16 INCH ) SCREW Figure 2 Figure 3 ( HEX - HD , 5 / 16 - 1 _ _ 3 / 4 INCH )
ELEVATION CRANK ARM LOCK HANDLE ARM HANDLE SHAFT WRENCH SAW BLADE TABLE SUPPORT ARBOR ( RIGHT - HAND ) SWIVEL INDEX / / AR OR \ BEVEL KNOB zJ NUT TABLE COLLAR COLLAR LOCK ( LEFT - HAND ) ( OUTER ) ( INNER ) KNOB Figure 4 Figure 5 arbor nut and saw - blade collar with the arbor wrench . the table support upward or downward until the end ( See figures 3 and 4 ) . Remove nut , outer collar , saw of motor shaft just touches the surface . ( See figure 6 . ) blade and inner collar . ( See figure 4 . ) i . After setting the forward position of table support , c . Using the elevation crank ( figure 5 ) , raise the motor move the carriage rearward and recheck the rear - high enough to swivel 90 Â° , as described in the next ward position to determine if adjusting the forward step . position affected the rearward setting . Tap the table support upward or downward as required . d . Loosen the bevel lock knob and pull out on swivel j . Recheck forward and rearward positions as many index knob . ( See figure 4 . ) Swivel the motor to posi - times as necessary to provide an accurate adjust - tion the saw end of shaft pointing straight down . ment of the support . Tighten the bevel lock knob . k . Tighten the two hex - head screws ( figure 2 ) securely e . Loosen the arm lock handle ( at upper right - hand side to retain the adjustment . Recheck to make sure that of column ) and release the arm latch handle ( fig - tightening screws did not affect the accuracy of the ure 5 ) . adjustment . f . Move the radial arm to the left until the end of motor I . Move the radial arm over to the right - hand table shaft is directly over the left - hand table support . support and adjust it in the same manner . g . Loosen the carriage lock knob and move the carriage rearward as far as it will go . Then , with the elevation STEP TWO - - ELIMINATING RADIAL ARM SIDE PLAY crank , lower the carriage until the end of motor shaft 1 . Move the radial arm to a central ( cross - cut ) position and just touches the top surface of the left - hand table engage the arm latch hc _ ndle in the detent notch . ( See support . figure 7 . ) Tighten the arm lock handle . NOTE : Do not change this elevation setting NOTE : In order to insure an accurate setting until both left - and right - hand table supports of the radial arm , refer to paragraph entitled have been adjusted . " Angular Movement and Locking the Radial Arm " , under " OPERATING CONTROLS " . h . Move the carriage out to the end of radial arm and move the arm until the end of motor shaft is over the 2 . Apply side force with one hand on radial arm in both table support at this poistion . ( See figure 6 . ) Tap directions . If side play exists , an adjustment is required . ii CRANK RADIAL ARM / ARM LOCK HANDLE ARM LATCH " _ " % / _ ' _ \ \ ARM LATCH HANDLE HANDLE COLUMN ADJUSTING ( RIGHT - HAND ) SCREW ( TYPICAL ) P < _ Â° rOUCH KEYLOCKING BOLTS TA _ LE SUPPORT ( [ : : : T - HAND ) Figure 7 Figure 6 i
REAR TABLE BOTTOM SIDE OF TABLE SUPPORT BRACKET FRONT TABLE COLUMN T - NUT CORRECTLY INSTALLED SUPPORT HOLE FOR TABLE HOLD - DOWN SCREW Q , I LEVELING SCRTW ( SEVEN , TOTAL ) TOP OF TABLE T - NUT SCREW ( No . 10 x 5 / 8 IN . ) BASE LEVELING SCREW INSTALLED R . H . TABLE SUPPORT IN T - NUT LEVELING SCREW HOLE FRONT TABLE Figure 8 Figure 9 3 . Loosen keylocking bolts ( See figure 7 ) and insert a 3 / 16 - 6 . After the above adjustments have been completed , re - inch Hex - L wrench into the socket - head set - screw that check the radial arm for absence of side play . adjusts the column tube wedge key , as shown in figure 7 . 7 . When all side play has been eliminated , lock the column Rotate the set - screw slowly in ( clockwise ) until no side tube key in place by tightening keylocking bolts . ( See play can be felt in radial arm . figure 7 . ) 4 . Check for binding by rotating the elevation crank . If the STEP THREE - - INSTALLATION OF FRONT TABLE crank rotates with noitceable resistance , loosen the set - 1 . Place the large ( front ) table board upside - down on floor . screw by rotating the Hex - L wrench counterclockwise Distinguish between the one through - bored ( leveling until rotation is normal . An effective method for finaliz - screw ) hole near the center of the board , and the seven ing the set - screw adjustment is to rotate the screw while counterbore holes . The counterbores are in the top sur - the elevation crank is being rotated , checking for side face of the board . Drive the T - nut into the through - hole . play in radial arm as the adjustment progresses . The ( See figure 8 which shows the T - nut installed . ) adjustment is correct when all side play of radial arm 2 . With the front table board still in the upside - down posi - is eliminated and only very slight additional resistance tion , locate the two pre - drilled screw holes near each can be felt when rotating the elevation crank . end of the table . Attach the two rear table support 5 . If some radial arm side play can still be detected after brackets to the table with two No . 10 x 5 / 8 - inch screws performing the above adjustment , it will be necessary in each bracket . ( See figure 8 . ) to adjust the forward five screws through the right - , 3 . Place the 1 / 4 - 20 U - clip nut on the base cross member and left - hand column supports as follows : to receive the center front table attaching screw . a . While rotating the elevation crank , tighten the five 4 . Place the large , front table board on the table supports . column adjusting screws slightly at the forward edge ( See figure 9 . ) of column supports . Each screw should be tightened 5 . Align the counterbore holes with matching holes in table only slightly , and each one the same amount , until supports . a slight resistance can be felt when rotating the 6 . Place a 17 / 64 - inch plain washer and a 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - inch elevation crank , then each screw backed off just pan - head machine screw from loose parts pack in each enough to restore a normal feel to the elevation of the six counterbore holes located above the table crank . supports . Use a 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 1 / 4 - inch pan - head machine screw in counterbored hole at the center of the table b . Recheck the adjustment of the column tube wedge board . key set - screw as outlined in preceding instructions . Figure 10 Figure 1 1 ii
7 . Start the leveling screw into the T - nut on front table , but do not allow the tip of the screw to protrude beyond the bottom surface of front table . 8 . Install Iockwashers and nuts on the six screws in the table supports and tighten them finger tight . Start the pan - head screw in the counterbored hole near the center of front board into the U - nut on saw base , but leave it approximately two turns loose . 9 . At this time the front table should be checked and ad - justed at the center position as follows : a . Move carriage to maximum rear position . b . Using one edge of the rear table board as a straight - edge , lay the board on the front table as shown in figure 10 . c . Sight between edge of rear table and surface of front table , to determine if the front table is low or high at the center position . If front table is high , tighten Figure 12 _ _ - the center hold - down screw until it is level , then rotate the leveling screw clockwise until it is " snug " against i the base front member . If the table is low at the J _ ] _ . - , , _ - ELE V AT IO N CRANK center , loosen the hold - down screw and rotate the leveling screw clockwise until the front table is level , ARM LO _ - - _ j RADIAL ARM CAP CK i " _ then tighten the hold - down screw . HANDLE _ _ NOTE : After tightening screws , as described above , always recheck to make sure that the front table remains level . In some cases , a final " touch - up " adjustment may be required . STEP FOUR - - SQUARING THE CROSS - CUT TRAVEL l _ HANDLE 1 . Loosen the bevel lock knob , pull out on swivel index knob and swivel the motor until the swivel index knob indexes the motor with the shaft in a horizontal ( zero ) Figure 13 _ ! _ position . Tighten the bevel lock knob . 2 . Check to make sure the arm latch handle is securely latched in the detent an _ l the arm lock handle is still tight . ELEVATION INDEX MARK 3 . Install the saw blade as follows : a . Place the inner collar on motor shaft . ( See figure 4 . ) b . Slide saw blade on motor shaft . Make sure teeth are pointed in direction of saw rotation . ( See figure 42 c . Install outer collar and arbor nut . , L NOTE : The arbor shaft has left - hand threads . ACCESS HOLES FOR RADIAL d . Use the shaft wrench on motor shaft and arbor wrench RADIAL ARM Fjgure 14 ARM CAP AIi " ACHING SCREWS on arbor nut to tighten the nut , as shown in figure 11 . e . Lower the saw blade ( with elevation crank ) until the blade is approximately 1 / 32 inch above table surface . aligned with index mark on radial arm . ( See figure 14 . ) 4 . Place a square on the table as shown in figure 12 and If not aligned , proceed as follows : position the saw and square until the leg of the square just contacts a tooth of the saw blade . ( Position " A Â° ' , a . Rotate the elevation crank to a position that willl locate the two access holes over screw heads of radia figure 12 . ) Mark this tooth with crayon or chalk . arm cap attaching screws . ( See figure 14 . ) 5 . When the blade is moved back and forth on the radial b . Loosen the two screws with a screwdriver inserted arm , the saw tooth " A ' Â° should just touch the square at through the access holes in elevation crank . all positions . If saw tooth " A " does not touch the square at oil points , make the following adjustments : c . Reposition the radial arm cap by hand until the 0 Â° mark is aligned with the index mark and tighten the a . If saw tooth ( " A " , figure 12 ) moves away from the two attaching screws . square when moving the blade from the rear toward the front of the table , tap the rear edge of front 7 . In extreme cases , due to rough handling during ship - board with a mallet on left side forward until the ment , performing the above adjustment procedure may table is square with the saw blade . not be sufficient . Make the following adjustment only b . Reverse this procedure if tooth " A " moves into the after tightening the table hold - down screws and the square when moving the saw from the rear toward cross - cut travel cannot be squared by performing the the front of the table . preceding adjustment routine : c . Recheck blade squareness and , if correct , tighten the a . Using a 1 / 8 - inch Hex - L wrench , loosen the two set - six table hold - dawn screws securely . screws that lock the arm latch screws . ( See figure 13 . ) 6 . After the crass - cut travel has been accurately squared , b . Move saw blade forward along steel square ( figure check the 0 Â° position on the indicator scale of the radial 12 ) to determine in which direction the radial arm arm cap to determine if the 0 Â° position on the scale is must be adjusted . 7
c . If the saw blade moves away from the square as it comes forward , loosen the front arm latch screw and tighten the rear arm latch screw . Recheck blade travel and repeat if necessary . d . If the saw blade moves toward the square as it comes forward , loosen the rear arm latch screw and tighten the front arm latch screw . Recheck blade travel and repeat if necessary . e . When the adjustment is correct , both arm latch screws should be snug against the arm latch handle but not tight enough to bind the handle . f . Tighten the set - screws to secure the arm latch screws . g . Adjust indicator scale , as described in preceding paragraph 6 . STEP FIVE - - SQUARING THE SAW BLADE TO THE TABLE TOP Figure 15 1 . Place the edge of a framing square on the table top and against the saw blade as shown in figure 15 . 2 . When the saw blade is square to the table top , no light will be visible between the square and face of saw blade . Do not allow the square to rest against a tooth of the saw . If light is visible between the square and face of saw blade ( with square leg held firm against the table top ) , perform the following adjustments : a . Loosen the bevel lock knob just slightly and , with a 5 / 16 - inch Hex - L wrench , loosen the two socket - head screws that secure the handle to the yoke . ( See figure 16 . ) A screw is located at each side of the swivel index knob . b . While holding the motor with one hand and the square with the other hand , tilt the motor until saw blade is square with table top . Then , while holding the square firmly against the saw blade and table top , tighten the bevel lock knob to hold motor and blade in position . Figure 16 c . Move handle slightly toward left or right until swivel index pin is properly seated . Push firmly against swivel index knob ( keeping swivel index pin seated ) and tighten the two socket - head screws . The swivel index pin should slide freely in the handle . NOTE : It may be necessary to perform more than one trial operation before the saw blade remains perfectly square with table top after tightening the screws . d . The indicators ( pointers ) should read 0 Â° on the bevel scale . If not , loosen the indicator attaching screws , adjust indicators to zero and tighten the screws securely . STEP SIX - - CHECKING THE SAW BLADE FOR HEEL ( LEFT AND RIGHT ) 1 . Place the rip fence against rear edge of front table , place the spacer against the rip fence , then place rear table against the spacer . ( See figure 20 . ) Slide all three items into position so that ends are even with front table . 2 . Engage a table clamp in the exposed " ' keyhole " in each table support and tighten the two clamps to secure all rear table components . ( See figure 20 . ) Figure 17 3 . Place a square against the rip fence and the saw blade â¢ I as shown in figure 17 . The long leg of the square must FENCE , , , , , . , , BLADE TRAVEL BLADE TRAVEL / / FENCE be held firmly against the rip fence and the short leg must not touch any of the teeth on the saw blade . 4 . If a gap exists between the saw blade and the square , one of two types of heel exists . The two types of heel are illustrated in views " A " and " B " , figure 18 . To cor - rect for either type of heel condition , proceed as follows : BLADE . E EL , . O - - ti VIEW Bill MARr . _ LNAHDEEE , L , NGBOARD a . Remove the left - hand carriage cover by removing To C [ FT Figure 18 TO RIOHT the two attaching screws . ( See figure 17 . ) II 8
i i b . Loosen the yoke clamp arm . ( See figure 16.1 c . Loosen ( slightly ) the two hex - head screws at location HEX _ HEAD _ _ shown in figure 19 . d . With the square in position shown in figure 17 , shift the yoke until the gap between the saw blade and square is eliminated . e . Tighten the yoke clamp arm . Then tighten the two hex - head screws . ( See figure 19 . ) f . Recheck for heel ( figure 17 ) to make sure that tight - ening the hex - head screws did not affect the setting . Several trial settings may be required . Figure / g . Re - install the left - hand carriage cover . NOTE : If the carriage bearings need adjust - ing for proper tension on radial arm tracks , refer to " Carriage Bearings Â° ' under " Adjust Â° ments to Compensate for Wear " . If this adjust - ment is required , be sure to recheck for " heel " after completing the adjustment . E STEP SEVEN - DOUBLE CHECK ADJUSTMENTS AND INSTALL GUARD 1 . Recheck for correct adjustment on the saw by perform - _ k : d " I ing " STEPS ONE through SIX " consecutively . . TABLESPACER Figure 20 2 . If the cross - cut travel is not perfectly squared , proceed with " STEP FOUR " and make all adjustments listed in CARRIAGE LOCK KNOB RIP SCALE INDICATOR the " STEP FOUR " procedure . â¢ Z ADJUSTMENT OF RIP SCALE INDICATORS . Ã· " ' It " ' ' ' _ ' ' ' ' _ ' ' _ ' ' " _ ' ' " I _ " ' - i " _ g _ _ _ . _ NOTE : The rip scales and pointer are intended to be used for quick settings . For greater ac - curacy , take direct measurement between blade and fence . _ / _ INDICATOR YOKE _ _ : _ ATTACHING 1 . When the fence is in its normal position ( next to the front CLAMPARMI - _ - , SCREWS table ) , loosen the yoke clamp arm and index the yoke Figure 21 _ _ / / _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 90 Â° from the cross - cut position so the blade is between the mator and the fence . Lock the yoke by tightening the yoke clamp arm . - i ) . - J / 2 . Loosen the carriage lock knob and move the motor and carriage assembly along the radial arm until the blade , when spun by hand , just touches the front face of the fence . Tighten the carriage lock knob . ( See figure 21 . ) 3 . The rip - scale indicator ( on the right - hand side of radial arm ) should now be aligned with the " 0 Â° ' ' mark on the lower ( " In - Rip " ) scale . If not , loosen the two indicator attaching screws and shift the indicator until it is aligned with the " 0 Â° ' Â° mark , then tighten the attaching screws . ( See figure 21 . ) When the indicator is set for the " In - Rip Â° ' ( lower ) scale , it will be correct for the " Out - Rip " ( upper / scale . 4 . Loosen the carriage lock knob , move the motor and carriage assembly outward on the arm , enough for the blade to clear the fence . Loosen the yoke clamp arm and index the yoke in the cross - cut position . Tighten the yoke clamp arm . Figure 22 _ = _ _ _ 5 . Install the guard assembly , making sure the locating notch on the guard engages with the mating " tongue " on the motor housing . Tighten the guard clamp screw b . Recheck to make sure that tightening the screws did finger tight . ( See figure 22 . ) not affect the setting . Several trial adjustments may be required . ADJUSTING SPREADER ON ANTI - KICKBACK ASSEMBLY . 3 . Reposition spreader to maximum down position and ( sight ) check alignment . Adjust position ( with two hex - 1 . Loosen the wing nut ( figure 22 ) and raise the anti - kick - head screws ) until in alignment throughout the range . back assembly to near maximum height . Tighten the wing nut . 4 . Periodically check and maintain sharp tips on anti - kick - back pawls . 2 . Sight ( visually ) to check for proper alignment of spreader with saw blade , as shown in figure 22 . If the spreader is NOTE : Two de | ents are " pressed " into the lower not aligned , adjust it as follows : end of the spreader to facilitate positioning a . Loosen the two hex - head screws that secure the anti - when ripping . The setting is correct ( for anti - kickback mounting bracket , shift the spreader into kickback pawls and spreader ) when upper ends alignment with the blade and tighten the two hex - of detents are even with the surface of the board head screws . being ripped . 9
OPERATING CONTROLS ( See figure 23 ) 1 2 3 4 5 - - - - - _ i _ 6 1 . Yoke clamp armknob 2 . Swivel index 3 . Safety lock key 4 . Carriage lock knob 5 . Elevation crank 6 . Radial arm capdle 7 . Arm lock han 8 . Arm latch handle 9 . Manual brake 10 . Bevel index scale 11 . Bevel index knob 12 . Bevel lock knob 13 . Guard clamp screw 14 . Handle 15 . ON - OFFSwitch 12 Figure 23 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF KEY AND SWITCH ANGULAR MOVEMENT AND LOCKING THE RADIAL ARM are controlled by the arm lock handle ( 7 , figure 23 ) 1 . Insert the key into the slot and turn counterclockwise . and the arm latch handle ( 8 ) . The radial arm can be rotated ( See figure 24 . ) 360 Â° and locked in any desired position . The arm is un - 2 . Hook end of forefinger under the left end of the ON - OFF locked by loosening the arm lock handle and raising the switch lever and pull the lever out , to start the saw motor . arm latch handle out of the detent notch . It is locked by ( See figure 24 . ) To stop the saw , simply _ ' bump Â° " the tightening the arm lock handle . The radial arm has positive switch lever with finger or thumb - - pushing it inward . stops at 0 Â° and 45 Â° , left and right , and is released from these index positions by raising the arm latch handle . In NOTE : This saw cannot be operated without order to provide the most positive and accurate settings at the key , and likewise , the key cannot be re - the index positions , the following is recommended : moved from the lock while the saw motor is running . 1 . Move the radial arm into the index position ( do not bump or jar ) and depress the arm latch handle solidly RAISING AND LOWERING THE RADIAL ARM is accom - into the detent notch with the palm of the hand . plished by the elevation crank ( 5 , figure 23 ) . One complete 2 . Lock the radial arm by tightening the arm lock handle turn of this handle will raise or lower the radial arm fully hand tight . 1 / 8 - inch . NOTE : The arm lock handle ( 7 , figure 23 ) is LOCKING THE CARRIAGE TO THE RADIAL ARM is ac - shown on the right - hand side of radial arm . The complished by the carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 ) . Turn handle can be removed and re - installed to the knob clockwise to lock ; counterclockwise to unlock . position it on the left - hand side of the arm , if desired . Avoid excessive tightening of the knob . MOVEMENT AND POSITION OF THE MOTOR IN THE YOKE are controlled by the bevel index knob ( 11 , figure 23 ) and bevel lock knob ( 12 ) . The bevel index scale indi - cates the angular position of the motor with respect to the horizontal position , from 0 Â° to 90 Â° , in either vertical posi - tion . The bevel index knob indexes the motor at 0 Â° , 45 Â° , and 90 Â° , up and down . Pull the knob out to release the motor from any of the index positions . At any other posi - tion , the bevel index knob is not engaged . The bevel lock knob locks the motor to yoke when the motor is in any position . ROTATION AND POSITION OF THE YOKE are controlled by the swivel index knob ( 2 , figure 23 ) and the yoke clamp arm ( 1 ) . The swivel index knob automatically indexes the yoke at each 90 Â° position and both 0 Â° positions . Lift the knob to release it . The yoke clamp arm locks the yoke to the carriage in any position . Push the arm to the right to release it ; push to the left to tighten . 10
ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPENSATE FOR WEAR Even though the finest materials and precision workman - stud . Continue this operation until the yoke clamp arm ship have been used to minimize wear , after long use it is properly aligned when tightened . is reasonable to expect some wear . Adjustments have been 6 . Rotate the lacking screw back into position to secure built into the Craftsman saw to reduce or eliminate this wear . the adjustment by preventing movement of index plate . NOTE : It may be necessary to loosen the yoke REMOVING RADIAL ARM SIDE PLAY clamp arm so that end of locking screw can 1 . Set the radial arm at 0 Â° index position , making sure enter a notch of the index plate . This would the arm latch handle is in the detent notch , and tighten alter the arm adjustment slightly but not enough the arm lock handle . ( See figure 25 . ) to be of any consequence . 2 . Apply side force with one hand on radial arm in both CARRIAGE BEARING ADJUSTMENT directions . If side play exists , an adjustment is required . 3 . Loosen two locking screws , insert a 3 / 16 - inch Hex - L To test for looseness in the carriage , firmly grasp the car - wrench into the socket - head set - screw that adjusts the riage across the two carriage covers and apply a firm column tube wedge key , as shown in figure 25 . Rotate rocking motion . Noticeable looseness may be adjusted as follows : the set - screw slowly in ( clockwise ) until no side play can be felt in radial arm . 1 . Remove the left - hand carriage cover by removing two 4 . Check for binding by rotating the elevation crank . If the attaching screws . crank rotates with noticeable resistance , loosen the set - 2 . Loosen the yoke clamp arm ( figure 27 ) , lift up on the screw by rotating the Hex - L wrench counterclockwise swivel latch pin knob and rotate the yoke approximately until rotation is normal . An effective method for finaliz - 45 Â° counterclockwise ( when viewed from above ) to posi - ing the set - screw adjustment is to rotate the screw while tion the cutout portion of the yoke below the rear car - the elevation crank is being rotated , checking for side riage bearing , thus providing room for the wrench on play in radial arm as the adjustment progresses . The the nut . adjustment is correct when all side play of radial arm 3 . Working on the rear bearing ( figure 27 ) , loosen the nut is eliminated and only very slight additional resistance just enough to permit the eccentric screw to turn and can be felt when rotating the elevation crank . rotate it a partial turn ( left or right ) as required to take 5 . If some radial arm side play can still be detected after up all looseness . Hold the eccentric screw and tighten performing the above adjustment , it will be necessary the nut . The adjustment is correct when there is no " ' play ' " to adjust the forward five screws through the right - , between the carriage and radial arm , yet the carriage and left - hand column supports as follows : moves relatively free on the tracks . a . While rotating the elevation crank , tighten the five column adjusting screws slightly at the forward edge of column supports . Each screw should be tightened only slightly , and each one the same amount , until a slight resistance can be felt when rotating the elevation crank , then each backed off just enough to restore a normal feel to the elevation crank . b . Recheck the adjustment of the column tube wedge key set - screw as outlined in preceding instructions . 6 . After all adjustments have been completed , recheck the radial arm for absence of side play . 7 . When side play is eliminated , tighten the column key locking screws . YOKE CLAMP ARM ADJUSTMENT The normal locking position of the yoke clamp arm ( 1 , figure 23 ) is parallel with the radial arm . An adjustment will seldom be necessary ; however , it may be accomplished as follows : 1 . Loosen the carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 ) , move the carriage out to the forward end of radial arm and tighten carriage lock knob . 2 . Locate the yoke clamp stud locking screw at the rear of the yoke assembly . ( See figure 26 . ) 3 . Turn the locking screw outward at least 1 / 4 - inch from ARM ASS Â¥ . tight position . This frees the index plate ( figure 26 / which is keyed to the yoke clamp stud , thus permitting the stud to be rotated when the yoke clamp arm is loosened . 4 . Loosen the yoke clamp arm and , with pliers lightly grip - ping the head of the yoke clamp stud , rotate the stud a small fraction of a turn ( clockwise when viewed from bottom ! , then tighten the yoke clamp arm . 5 . If the yoke clamp arm still does not line up parallel to the radial arm , loosen it and again move the yoke clamp 11
i SWIVEL LATCH 4 . Rotate the yoke still farther ( figure 28 ) to position the ECCENTRIC SCREW PEN _ NOB ECCENTRIC SCREW cutout under the forward eccentric lock nut to provide CARRIAGE / access for the wrench and adjust the forward carriage BEARING ! / AGE bearing as described in preceding instructions . 5 . Check the bearing adjustment by grasping the yoke and attempting to " rock " the carriage . If no movement is evident , move the carriage along the radial arm to make sure no binding occurs at any point on the arm . 6 . Rotate the yoke clockwise ( viewed from above ) until it LOCKWASHER \ WASHER indexes at the crosscut position and tighten the yoke _ [ - ' - _ - / _ ' t / / aAM _ A / 1M NUT clamp arm . LEFT SIDE OF CARRIAGE Figure 27 7 . Install the left - hand carriage cover with two screws . EC _ ZENTRIC SCREW PROPER SET - UP OPERATING PROCEDURES GUIDE CONTROLS A series of six diagrams are located on the top surface of DEPTH OF CUT radial arm in order to designate the controls that must be used in basic " set - ups " and operating procedures . ( See figures 23 and 29 . ) The inexperienced operator should become familia _ with these diagrams before operating the saw . ANGLE OF CUT Figure 28 1 . " ' DEPTH OF CUT " . The diagram shows the elevation crank ( 5 , figure 23 ) which is used to raise and lower DARK the blade . A clark blue circle is on the crank handle . 2 . " ' ANGLE OF CUT " . Two levers are involved in releasing , YE securing and indexing the angle of radial arm . These are : arm lock handle ( 7 , figure 23 ) and arm latch handle ( _ 8 , figure 23 ) , each marked with a yellow circle . GREEN 3 . " ' YOKE PIVOT " . Two controls are used in this operation . They are : swivel index knob ( 2 , figure 23 ) and yoke CARRIAGE LOCK clamp arm ( 1 , figure 23 ) , each marked with a dark olive ORANGE green circle . 4 . " ' CARRIAGE LOCK " . The carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 ) , is rotated clockwise to secure the carriage on radial arm , and counterclockwise to release it . An orange LIGHT circle is at the center of the knob . 5 . " ' BLADE ANGLE " . The two controls used in angular positioning and indexing of the motor to provide the RED desired saw blade angle are : bevel lock knob ( 12 , figure POWER CONTROL 23 ) and bevel index knob ( 11 , figure 23 ) . A light blue circle is attached to each of these controls . 6 . " POWER CONTROL " . The ON - OFF switch ( 15 , figure Figure 29 23 ) is located in the upper left - hand area of the carriage and has a red circle directly under it . LUBRICATION This Craftsman saw is a fine machine and should be given PERIODICALLY LUBRICATE THESE POINTS the best of care . If kept clean and properly lubricated , it Use SAE No . 10W - 30 auto engine oil and refer to Parts List will give many years of trouble - free service . Before describ - for locations of parts listed below . ing the various points which may periodically require lubri - 1 . Apply a few drops of oil along the swivel index pin cation , IT IS MORE IMPORTANT TO FIRST MENTION THE only if the pin has a tendency to stick . Remove the left - VARIOUS SPOTS WHICH SHOULD NOT BE LUBRICATED . hand carriage cover and use oil sparingly to prevent it from getting on the ball bearings or races . NO LUBRICATION REQUIRED 2 . A light film of oil can be wiped on the face of the column tube and keyway to lubricate the fit between this part AT THESE POINTS and the key and column support . 3 . An oil hole is provided in the top of elevation crank to Do not lubricate the motor bearings . These are sealed facilitate lubrication of the elevation shaft and radial ball bearings and require no added lubrication . arm cap bearing surface . 4 . The threads on elevation shaft are lubricated by remov - Do nat lubricate carriage bearings or tracks . ing the elevation crank and radial arm cap . 12
STANDARD SAW OPERATIONS PRELIMINARY CROSS - CUT AT THE 0 Â° POSITION 1 . Loosen the carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 ) and move the carriage to position the saw just forward of the rip fence ( See figure 22 . ) 2 . Lower the radial arm until the saw blade just clears the table top . 3 . Tighten the carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 . ) CAUTION : Before making the cut , make sure the arm latch handle ( 8 , figure 23 ) is fully en - gaged in the detent notch . 4 . Plug in the power cord ( if not already connected ) . 5 . Insert the safety lock key ( figure 24 ) and pull the switch lever out to " ON " position . 6 . Lower the radial arm , by rotating the elevation crank , until the saw blade cuts into the table top surface to a depth of approximately 1 / 32 - inch . 7 . Complete the blade clearance groove in the table and rip fence as follows : a . Grasp the handle ( 14 , figure 23 ) with the left hand and loosen the carriage lock knob ( 4 , figure 23 ) with the right hand . b . Slowly pull the carriage with the right hand out to the extreme end of its travel . c . Push the carriage slowly rearward to the extreme end of the travel . This stroke will cut through the rip fence . d . Push the switch to " ' OFF " position . I / I / CROSS - CUTTING Cross - cuttingis the sawing of wood across the grain . Boards are sawed with the grain running the length of the board . If a straight cross - cut is desired , the board is placed on the saw table against the fence so that the grain is parallel to the fence . ( See figure 30 . ) CAUTION : Make sure the guard chute is in the Figure 31 maximum raised position before turning on the motor . NOTE : When cross - cutting normal pieces of 8 . lumber , the long end of the board should be Hold the board firmly against the rip fence with the left hand and grasp the handle with the right hand . placed to the left of the saw blade , as the board is normally held by the left hand during 9 . The cut is then made by pulling the carriage forward the sawing operation . until saw blade cuts through the work . When the cut 1 . The radial arm ' must be positioned at 0 Â° as indicated is complete , the saw should be returned to the back of by the radial arm position indicator . The arm latch handle the radial arm and the switch turned " OFF " . When must be indexed and arm lock handle tightened . ( Refer more experience is gained by using the saw , it will to paragraph entitled " Angular Movement and Locking be noticed that when pulling the saw forward dur - of the Radial Arm " . ) ing cross - cutting , the saw blade tends to feed itself through the work due to the rotation of the blade 2 . The yoke must be indexed at the 0 Â° position , making and the direction of feed . Therefore , the operator the saw blade perpendicular to the rip fence , and the should develop the habit of holding his right arm yoke clamp arm placed in locked position . straight from the shoulder to the wrist . After using 3 . The motor must be positioned at 0 Â° , as indicated by this method a few times , the operator will find that it is the bevel scale , and locked . necessary to roll or rotate the body from the waist up . 4 . Turn the elevation crank to lower the saw until the blade It will soon become apparent that very little effort is teeth are approximately 1 / 32 prbelow the table surface required to move the saw blade through the work , and and ride in the saw slot made when performing the in most cases , the right arm is used merely to control " PRELIMINARY CROSS - CUT AT THE 0 Â° POSITION " . the rate of feed . It will also be discovered that when 5 . Push the saw carriage to the rear of the radial arm so cross - cutting a thick board , movement of the saw the blade is behind the rip fence . through the work must be retarded . By holding the right 6 . Adjust the anti - kickback pawl assembly so it clears the arm / right hand normally grips the saw handle ) straight , board to be cut . the operator can easily control the rate of feed , thus preventing the saw blade from overfeeding and stalling 7 . Turn the switch key " ON ' " and pull out the switch lever to start the saw motor . the saw motor , which must be avoided whenever pos - 13
right hand to feed the board into the saw . The left hand sible . In some cases it may become necessary to cross - cut should remain stationary , serving as a guide only . As the boards that extend over the saw table on one , or both sides . This can buckle the board and bind the saw during right hand approaches the left hand , use a push stick in the cut . To eliminate this condition the ends of the board the right hand to complete the cut . Do not leave a long board unsupported so that the spring of the board causes should be supported . Figure 31 shows a typical support it to shift on the table . ( See figure 31 . ) that can be easily constructed to facilitate cross - cutting of long boards . OUT - RIPPING . " Out - rip ' * refers to a position when the motor is between the blade and the fence . Normally , this RIPPING position is used only when the width of the required ripped Ripping is sawing wood with the grain . It is always done board cannot be cut from the in - rip position . To place the with the help of the fence as a guide to position the board saw in the " out - rip " position , the yoke must be rotated and and produce the desired width of cut . Since the work is indexed 90 Â° counterclockwise from the cross - cut position pushed along the fence , it must have a reasonably straight and locked . The same procedure for pre - setting the table edge in order to make sliding contact with the fence . Also , top ( see " In - Ripping " ) and adjusting the chute and anti - the work must make solid contact with the table to prevent kickback pawl assembly ( see " Ripping " ) should be followed . " wobble " or " rock " . A straight edge should be provided , The same procedure for sawing is used except that now the even if it means temporary nailing of an auxiliary straight - operator stands at the left side of the table and a push edge board to the work . If the work piece is warped , turn stick is normally not required . the hollow side downward on the saw table . RESAWlNG The guard chute and anti - kickback pawl assembly must always be used in ripping operations . Before ripping , and Resawing is cutting thick boards into thinner ones . It is after the saw has been positioned prior to sawing , the chute actually a ripping operation . ( See figure 33 . ) Small boards and anti - kickback pawl assembly must be properly adjusted . up to 2 - inches maximum width can be resawed in one Loosen the chute clamp knob and lower the chute to just pass . Larger boards up to 4 - inches maximum width require clear the top surface of the board to be cut , and tighten two passes , one along each edge of the board . When two the chute clamp knob securely . cuts from opposite edges are required , they should overlap CAUTION : The guard chute is at the end of 1 / 2 - inch from the approximate center of the board . If the the guard which is opposite to the end which first cut is too deep , the kerf will close and bind the saw mounts the anti - kickback pawl assembly . Al - on the second cut , with some danger of " kickback " . Also , ways rip from the chute end of the guard . Never when the kerf closes , the two sides of the cut are no longer adjust the chute with the motor running . parallel to the saw blade , and the saw will cut into them and spoil accuracy and appearance . Keep the same face IN - RIPPING . " In - rip " refers to a position when the saw of the board against the fence when making both cuts . blade is between the motor and fence , parallel to the fence . ( See figure 32 . ) To place the saw in this positior . , unlock the When cutting boards thicker than 3 - 1 / 2 inches , a fence yoke , disengage the swivel index knob and rotate the yoke should be used which extends 3 - inches above the table top . 90 Â° clockwise ( viewing it from the carriage ) until the swivel When cutting boards thicker than 4 - 1 / 2 - inches , cut both latch pin automatically indexes the yoke at 90 Â° . Lock the sides and finish the cut with a hand saw . yoke securely . Position the carriage on radial arm to provide proper width of cut by measuring from edge of saw blade BEVEL AND MITER CUTS to rip fence with a scale . Position the discharge elbow on the guard so that sawdust will be blown toward the rear . Bevel cuts can be made from either a cross - cutting or ripping Turn the saw " ON " and lower the radial arm until saw position by tilting the blade to the desired angle . Miter cuts blade cuts into the table top approximately 1 / 32 - inch and can be made only from a cross - cutting position when the turn the saw " OFF " . Adjust the saw guard and anti - kickback blade and radial arm are at some angle other than 90 Â° pawl assembly as described previously . to the fence . A bevel miter cut is a cut which is both beveled and mitered . This cut is made with the blade and radial The board must be fed into the saw blade from the right arm set at the desired miter angle to the fence , then the side of the table . Therefore , the normal position for the blade ( only ) is tilted , with respect to the table top , to the operator is at the right side of table . With the left hand , desired bevel angle . This cut is usually referred to as a safely clear of the blade and holding the board down compound miter . ( See figure 34 . ) against the table and rearward against the fence , use the 14
USE OF THE DADO HEAD The dado saw ( or head ) is a special set of blades for cutting grooves and dados . The Craftsman 8 - inch Kromedge Dado Set may be purchased at any Sears Retail Store or Catalog 7 Order House . The complete head consists of two outside blades 1 / 8 - inch thick , six chipper blades 1 / 8 - inch thick and paper washers for 1 / 16 - inch width adjustments . With these blades , grooves may be made in widths of 1 / 8 - inch , 1 / 4 - inch , and additional widths in steps increased by 1 / 16 - inch each , up to a maximum of 13 / 16 - inch . Outside blades may be used alone , but chippers cannot be usedis alone . When the maximum 13 / 16 - inch width of dado used on the motor shaft , the outside loose collar must not be used . The width of the dado can be reduced while using the loose collar and two or more passes may be made wwitho the work to obtain the desired width of cut . Whenever t or more chippers are used , the cutting ends should be Figure 35 staggered as evenly as possible around the circumference . Fractional adjustments in thickness of the head can be made by using paper washers between the outside blades and chippers . Dado head operations are essentially the same as those operations using a standard saw blade - - but the dado head takes a bigger bite , therefore , the work - piece should be held more firmly . When a groove wider than the dado head is needed , make two or more passes , with cuts spaced to overlap a trifle . Dado work is performed in the cross - cut position . Ploughing is done in the ripping position . If the rip or plough position is used , the saw guard and anti - kickback pawl assembly should be adjusted as described in the paragraph " RIPPING " . Rabbeting is done with the motor shaft in a vertical position . ( See figure 35 . ) When rabbeting , the motor is indexed 90 Â° to the vertical position so the blades are between the table top and motor , and the yoke is indexed 90 Â° clockwise and locked . The saw is moved back on the radial arm and locked to the arm when the amount of the blade extending forward of the fence is equal to the depth of the rabbet desired . If the BRAKE BRAKE depth of the rabbet is large , do not attempt to cut it in one _ ' - - _ / DRUM HOUSING ASSEMBLY operation . Lower the radial arm until blades are in a position to cut the desired width of rabbet in the edge of the board . The discharge elbow should be directed to the rear of the saw . MOLDING OR SHAPING w This work is performed with Craftsman Molding Cutter ( 7 / 4 - 20 x 7 / 16 IN . , HEX - HD ) Heads , and a set of cutters depending on the type of mold - ing cut desired . The saw is positioned in the same manner MOTOR as that described for rabbeting . ( See figure 36 . ) Since the Figure 37 position of the cutters can be adjusted with respect to the I fence and table top , any or all of the cutter shapes may be used . 3 . Pull the brake housing off end of motor housing , leaving The Molding Cutter Guard should be used with Molding the brake shoe and spring in the brake housing . Cutter Head . 4 . Hold the motor shaft ( at saw end ) with the shaft wrench and remove the brake drum from motor shaft with the REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF arbor wrench . ( This end of motor shaft has right - hand MANUAL BRAKE ASSEMBLY threads . ) Prior to performing any operation that requires the use of 5 . Install a chuck or other accessory as required , on end of motor shaft and tighten it firmly on the threads . The the motor shaft opposite the saw blade end ( routing , dove - motor shaft should be held with the shaft wrench at saw tailing , boring , sanding , etc . ) , it will be necessary to remove the manual broke assembly to expose the end of the shaft . end of shaft while tightening the chuck or other accessory . This is accomplished as follows : ( See figure 37 . ) 6 . When finished with the particular operation being per - 1 . Remove the guard assembly , saw blade and both cottars . formed , install the manual brake assembly by reversing the preceding removal procedure . ( See figure 37 . ) 2 . Remove two 1 / 4 - 20 x 7 ! 16 - inch , hex - head screws to free the brake housing from the motor . 7 . Install saw blade and guard assembly . 15
HELPFUL HINTS ROUTING AND DOVETAILING 1 . The life of the composition saw table may be greatly Routing and dovetailing are accomplished with the motor lengthened if a 1 / 4 - inch piece of plywood is tacked to indexed and locked 90 Â° from horizontal , except that this the table top after leveling . Then all cutting would be time the externally threaded stub end ( opposite the normal done in the added piece of plywood instead of the blade end ) is between the motor and table top . The follow - table top . ing chucks will mate , with this external 1 / 2 - 20 thread . ( See figure 38 . ) 2 . There is a possibility that during ( or after ) shipment , the 0 - inch to 1 / 4 - inch Chuck wood front table ; spacer board ; or rear table might 5 / 64 - inch to 1 / 2 - inch Key Chuck become slightly warped . Lay a straight - edge across the surface of the table and check for gaps or high spots The following touters and dovetails are recommended : on the table . Any portions of the table that are not flat 1 / 8 - inch router should be planed and sanded until flat . Sanding can be 1 / 4 - inch router 3 / 8 - inch dovetail done by using one of the two key chucks referred etor under " ROUTING " and a Craftsman moulded rubb 3 / 8 - inch router 1 / 2 - inch dovetail 6 - inch sanding disc . 1 / 2 - inch router 5 / 8 - inch router 3 . When sanding the table top or routing with the work stationary , the arm latch handle may be prevented from Routing may be performed by either moving the work with automatically indexing by raising it to the vertical posi - a stationary router , or by clamping the work to the table tion . ( See figure 40 . ) and moving the router . Always approach the router bit from the left - hand side of the saw . 4 . A scale may be attached to the fence to aid the operator when measuring lengths during cross - cut operations . This BORING is accomplished by tacking a yard stick to the fence as shown . ( See figure 41 . ) The saw may be converted to a horizontal drill for boring 5 . In the event the fence is warped and cannot be straight - by removing the manual brake assembly and using one of ened by tightening the table clamps , proceed as follows : the recommended chucks and proper drill . For drilling holes on an angle , the radial arm should be positioned to the a . Remove the fence and replace it with a temporary desired angle while the work is parallel to the fence . ( See fence made from a straight piece of scrap lumber . figure 39 . ) Be sure to install the brake assembly when boring Proceed to cut slots in the original fence where the operations have been completed . gap between the fence and front table was deter - mined to be the greatest . ( See figure 42 for slotting SANDING arrangement . ) Using the sanding disc , mounted on motor shaft , the saw b . Replace the fence ( after slotting ) behind the front table with the slots toward the rear and tighten the may be converted into a sander that will operate in any position . ( See figure 40 . ) table clamps . SAW KERF IN BLADE _ ENCE AND TABLE _ p / FENCE SLOTTING FENCE TO CORRECT FOR WARPAGE f SCALE Figure 41 Figure 42 16
6 . There are three positions in which the fence can be located . ( See figure 43 . ) f / , FRONT TABLE a . Normal position ( 1 , figure 43 . ) ii I b . Position used for maximum cross - cut on 1 - inch mate - vO v I rial and for greater bevel and miter capacity ( 2 , figure 43 ) . c . Position used for maximum " out - rip " capacity ( 3 , figure 43 ) . REAR TABLE TABLE SPACER BOARD Figure 43 7 . Keep all cutting tools , such as saw blades , drills , mold - ing cutters , dados , etc . , sharp , and do not " force feed " work enough to drastically reduce motor speed . 8 . When using planer , molding , or dado blades , repeated RADIAL SAW light cuts will produce best results . Deep cuts reduce the TABLE quality of the finish and often produce " tear - outs " . 9 . An auxiliary table top for molding or shaping may be constructed similar to the one shown in figure 44 . Notice the shape of the back guide fence which has a cut - out 5 - inches wide at the center to provide adequate clear - ance for the molding head and cutters . Also , a wider LAMP ON EACH END clearance ( marked " A " ) should be cut out to allow for SUPPORTS the saw motor . Make sure the front edge of the auxiliary I " x 2 " - - 32 " LONG table is parallel with the forward surface of the guide I fence . The auxiliary table top can be attached to a Figure 44 work bench with " C ' Â° clamps . I FOR TROUBLE SHOOTING CHARTS SEE PAGES 18 - 19 FOR PARTS LISTS SEE PAGES 20 Â° 26 17
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - GENERAL TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY 1 . Heel has not been 1 . Refer to " STEP SIX - - CHECKING THE SAW BLADE FOR Blade " heels " to right or left . taken out of blade . Hr _ EL ( Left and Right ) . " 1 . Dull blade . 1 . Cannot " rip " properly , Check for sharpness of blade or warped board . Refer wood smokes and motor to the paragraph entitled " RIPPING . " Ripping with hol - stops . low - ground blades when boards are badly warped is very difficult . 2 . Refer to " STEP FOUR - - SQUARING THE CROSS - CUT 2 . Cross - cut travel and rip TRAVEL . " fence are not squared . 3 . Radial arm not locked 3 . Make sure the radial arm is locked and indexed properly in 0 Â° position . in the 0 Â° position . 4 . Refer to " STEP FIVE - - SQUARING THE SAW BLADE TO 4 . Blade not squared to THE TABLE TOP . " the table top . Work binds when ripping . Spreader not adjusted . Refer to paragraph entitled " ADJUSTING SPREADER ON ANTI - KICKBACK ASSEMBLY " and restore correct alignment . Elevation crank operates Column tube key not Check adjustment of key plug . roughly ; chatter exists . adjusted properly . Refer to " STEP TWO - - ELIMINATING RADIAL ARM SIDE PLAY . " Blade does not maintain 1 . Plane of table top not 1 . Table is not aligned with radial arm . Refer to " STEP ONE - - constant depth of cut INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF TABLE parallel to horizontal across table . SUPPORTS . " plane through radial arm . 2 . Table badly warped . 2 . Replace table top . Blade does not cut 1 . Refer to " STEP TWO - - ELIMINATING RADIAL ARM 1 . Excessive free play in SIDE PLAY . " squarely , or repeat cuts column tube key cannot be secured . adjustment . 2 . Eliminate looseness in arm latch screws . 2 . Excessive free play in radial arm . 3 . Refer to " STEP FOUR - - SQUARING THE CROSS - CUT 3 . Crosscut travel and rip TRAVEL . " fence are not squared . 4 . Improper movement of 4 . Adjust arm latch handle for correct indexing at 90 Â° which arm for miter cuts . will produce a correct 45 Â° setting . Refer to " STEP FOUR - - SQUARING THE CROSS - CUT TRAVEL . " 5 . Refer to " STEP FIVE - - SQUARING THE SAW BLADE TO 5 . Saw blade not square THE TABLE TOP . " to the table top . 6 . Bearings loose on 6 . Refer to paragraph entitled " CARRIAGE , " under " ADJUST - track . MENTS TO COMPENSATE FOR WEAR . " 7 . Yoke does not index 7 . Check to see that yoke indexes properly and that carriage bearings are not loose on tracks . Refer to " STEP SIX - properly . CHECKING THE SAW BLADE FOR HEEL . " B Â° Yoke clamp does not 8 . Refer to paragraph entitled " YOKE CLAMP ARM ADJUST - MENT " under " ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPENSATE FOR tighten yoke ; or loose - WEAR . " ness is felt in yoke assembly . 18
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - - MOTOR NOTE : Motors used on wood - working tools are particularly susceptible to the accumula - tion of sawdust and wood chips and should be blown out or " vacuumed " frequently to prevent interference with normal motor ventilation . REMEDY TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE Motor will not run . 1 . 1 . Reset protector by pushing in on red button , located Protector open ; circuit broken . on top of motor junction box ( indicated by audible click ) . 2 . 2 . Low voltage . Check power line for proper voltage . Motor will not run and 1 . Short circuit in line cord or 1 . Inspect line cord and plug for damaged insulation fuses " BLOW . " and shorted wires . plug . Short circuit in motor terminal 2 . 2 . Inspect all terminals in motor terminal box for loose or shorted terminals . box or loose connections . 1 . Power line overloaded with 1 . Reduce line load . Motor fails to develop full power . ( Power output lights , appliances and other motors . of motor decreases rapidly with decrease in voltage 2 . Undersize wires or circuit too 2 . Increase wire sizes , or reduce length of wiring . at motor terminals . ) For long . example : a reduction of 3 . General overloading of power 3 . Request a voltage check from the power company . 10 % in voltage causes a company's facilities . ( In many reduction of 19 % in sections of the country , demand maximum power output of for electrical power exceeds which the motor is capable , the capacity of existing gen - while a reduction of 20 % erating and distribution in voltage causes a reduc - systems . ) tion of 36 % in maximum 4 . Install correct fuses . 4 . Incorrect fuses in power line . power output . 1 . 1 . Correct low voltage condition . Low voltage - - will not trip Motor starts slowly or fails to come up to full speed . relay . 2 . 2 . Replace relay . Starting relay not operating . 1 . Motor overloaded . 1 . Correct overload condition . Motor overheats . 2 . 2 . Clean out sawdust to provide normal air circulation Improper cooling . ( Air circula - tion restricted through motor through motor . due to sawdust , etc . ) 1 . Replace relay and check line voltage . Starting relay in motor 1 . Burned relay contacts ( due to extended hold - in periods will not operate . caused by low line voltage , etc . ) 2 . Replace relay . 2 . Open relay coil . 3 . Loose or broken connections 3 . Check and repair wiring . in motor terminal box . Motor stalls resulting in 1 . Replace relay . 1 . Starting relay not operating . blown fusesor tripped 2 . Correct the low line voltage condition . 2 . Voltage too low to permit circuit breakers . motor to reach operating speed . 3 . Fuses or circuit breakers do 3 . Replace fuses or circuit breakers with proper capacity units . not have sufficient capacity . 1 . Reduce motor load . 1 . Motor overloaded . Frequent opening of fuses or circuit breakers . 2 . Fuses or circuit breakers do 2 . Replace fuses or circuit breakers . not have sufficient capacity . 3 . Starting relay not operating 3 . Replace relay . / motor does not reach normal speed . ) 19
PARTS LIST CRAFTSMAN , 10 - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . 113.29450 All parts illustrated in Figures 1 through 6 and listed under part numbers may be ordered through any Sears retail mail order store . Order parts by mail from the catalog order store which serves the territory in which you live . In several instances , part numbers are listed for COMPLETE ASSEMBLIES . All parts are shipped prepaid within the limits of the con - tinental United States . WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS , ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN ON THIS LIST : 1 . THE PART NUMBER 3 . THE MODEL NUMBER - - 113.29450 2 . THE PART NAME 4 . THE NAME OF ITEM - - 10 - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW Always order by Part Number - - not by Key Number FIGURE 1 PARTS LIST Key Port Key Part No . No . No . Description No . Description 191230 22 30494 * Screw , Mach . , 1 / 4 - 28 x 1 , Fill . Hd . Collar , Saw Slotted 23 60175 tBlade , Saw , 10 " 2 115109 * Washer , Med . Lock 1 / 4 S . A . E . 24 30495 Nut , Shaft 3 63347 Trim , Radial Arm 25 3540 Wrench , Arbor 4 30613 Clamp , No . 2 Cord 26 63062 Wrench , Shaft 5 448011 * Screw , No . 8 - 32 x 3 / 8 , Type 23 , 27 63274 Cover , Carriage L . H . Pan Hd . , Slotted 28 448905 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 1 / 2 , Type 23 , 448001 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 1 / 4 , Type 23 , Fill . Hd . Slotted Pan Hd . , Slotted 29 63034 Track 7 63038 Washer , Arm Clamp 30 37435 * Wrench , Hex - L , 1 / 4 8 60265 Handle , Arm Lock 31 60053 * Screw , 5 / 16 - 18xl / 2 , Hex . Socket 9 60263 Grip Hd . Cap 10 63346 Arm , Radial 32 131201 * Washer , Lock 5 / 16 x . 125 x . 078 1 ! 63348 Panel , Front Trim 33 63035 Screw , Arm Latch 12 9404351 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 5 / 16 , Type 23 , 34 63037 Plug Pan Hd , Slotted 35 222405 13 63060 * Screw , Set , 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 , Hex . Socket Shoe , Carriage Lock Hd . , Flat Pt . 14 63272 Indicator , Rip 36 30505 * Wrench , Hex - L , 1 / 8 15 9404351 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 5 / 16 , Type 23 , Pan Hd . Slotted 37 63036 Latch , Arm 16 63273 38 118647 Cover , Carriage R . H . Nut , Hex . Jam , 1 / 2 - 13 x 3 / 4 x 5 / 16 17 63061 Knob , Carriage Lock 39 63258 Elbow , Discharge 18 63329 Disc Color 40 63334 Guard Asm . ( See Fig . 4 ) 19 448013 * Screw , No . 8 - 32 x 1 / 2 , Type 23 , 41 63183 Cap Asm . , Radial Arm . ( See Fig . 4 ) Pan Hd . Slotted None 63276 Operating Instructions and Parts List 20 30530 Nut , Twin for Craftsman 10 r ' Radial Arm Saw 21 37861 Model 113.29450 Key * Standard Hardware Item - - May be Purchased Locally . tStock Item - may be secured through the Hardware Department of most Sears or Simpsons - Sears Retail or Catalog Order Houses . 2O
CRAFTSMAN , 10 - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . 113.29450 41 - _ SEE FIG . 6 FOR EXPLODED VIEW 38 7 4 5 35 34 14 12 37 36 - _ ' _ " 2o 1 ! L . . I _ 5 SEE FIG 2 FOR EXPLODED VIEW / JJ _ _ _ SEE FIG 5 FOR PLODED VIEW Figure 1 21
CRAFTSMAN , l O - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . 113.29450 14 o17 16 I 19 _ so 19 SEE FIG . 3 FOR EXPLODED VIEW 40 39 35 34 19 33 32 / 31 30 29 28 FIGURE 2 PARTS LIST Pa rt Key Part Key No . No . Description No . No . Description 26 60032 1 63030 * Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1 , Hex . Socket Bumper 2 63029 Hd . Cap Arm Assembly , Yoke Clamp 63327 Disc Color 27 60058 * Wrench , Hex - L , 5 / 16 3 28 60031 * Washer , Plain , . 440 x 11 / 16 x 1 / 32 4 60051 * Washer , Plain , . 688 x 1 - 1 / 8 x 1 - 1 / 32 29 63004 5 63407 Spring , Swivel Latch Cap 30 63333 Disc Color 6 60025 * Screw , Math . , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 - 1 / 2 , Hex . Ind . Hd . 31 62275 Knob , Swivel Clamp 32 63011 7 63026 Washer , Knob Clamp Bearing , Carriage 33 63010 8 60040 * Washer , Plain , . 328 x 3 / 4 x 1 / 16 Washer , Clamp Indicator 34 63323 9 63349 Carriage 35 37935 Washer , Fiber , . 140 x . 250 x 1 / 32 10 131201 * Washer , Lock , 5 / 16 x . 125 x . 078 Yoke 36 63044 11 124824 * Nut , Hex . , 5 / 16 - 18x 1 / 2x3 / 16 37 63027 12 30574 Stud , Yoke Clamp Ring , Hog 63006 38 Bushing , Yoke 13 60055 Washer , Fiber , . 380 x 3 / 4 x 1 / 16 63007 39 Bushing , No . 2 Yoke 14 37363 Cord with Plug 4O 63009 Washer 16 63343 Plate , Switch Mounting 41 63028 Switch Plate , Index 17 62299 42 60052 * Screw , Mach . , No . 10 - 32 x 1 - 1 / 2 , 18 63045 Grommet Fill . Hd . Slotted 19 448001 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 1 / 4 , Type 23 , Pan Hd . Slotted 43 63350 Bearing , Carriage 44 37387 Screw , Eccentric 20 63005 Pin , Latch 63351 Disc Color 45 Housing , Latch Pin 21 63324 47 9415813 Handle * Screw , Mach . , 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 , 22 63003 Hex . Ind . Hd . 23 63013 Knob , Swivel Index 48 63353 Disc Color Motor Assembly ( See Fig . 3 ) 24 63326 49 63467 Cap , Flag Terminal 25 131202 * Washer , Lock , 3 / 8 x . 136x . 070 115543 5O * Lockwasher , No . 6 , Internal Tooth * Standard Hardware Item May be Purchased Locally . tStock Item - - may be secured through the Hardware Department of most Sears or Simpsons - SearsRetail or Catalog Order Houses . 22
CRAFTSMAN , 10 - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . 113.29450 1 3 19 20 5 6 21 / 17 18 11 121 l 16 15 14 13 Figure 3 FIGURE 3 PARTS LIST Key Part Key Part No . No . Description No . No . Description 10 63068 Lead , Black No . t6 x 4 " Long 63353 Complete Motor Assembly ( Does not include Cord , Key No . 18 ) 11 63131 Protector , Thermal 448001 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 1 / 4 , Type 23 , 12 65002 Shoe , Brake Pan Hd . Slotted 13 60021 * Screw , Mach . , Hex . Hd . 1 / 4 - 20 x 7 / 16 2 63354 Cover and Nameplate 65003 14 Housing , Brake 3 63066 Lead Assembly ( Blue ) 15 65001 Spring , Brake 4 63355 Relay 16 65000 Drum , Brake 5 448011 * Screw , No . 8 - 32 x 3 / 8 , Type 23 , Pan Hd . Slotted 17 37818 Relief , Strain 6 30700 Clamp , Capacitor Cord 18 63352 7 63063 Capacitor 19 63065 Lead Assembly 8 37860 * Nut , Wire 20 63067 Lead Assembly ( Black ) 9 9404353 * Screw , No . 6 - 32 x 7 / 16 , Type 23 , * Washer 17 / 64 x1 / 2 x1 / 32 21 60089 Pan Hd . Slotted * Standard Hardware Item - - May be Purchased Locally . If parts not listed are required , motor should be sent to the nearest Sears electric motor shop for repair . 23
CRAFTSMAN , IO - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . ! 13.29450 23 18 21 4 6 18 5 J J 17 22 8 7 , ! oJ 16 Figure 4 FIGURE 4 PARTS LIST Key Part Key Part No . No . Description No . No . Description 63334 12 63271 Guard Assembly Pawl , Kickback I 63335 Guard 13 63341 Bushing , Pawl 14 63342 Bracket , Kickback 2 63336 . Blade , Stop 15 60243 3 9423400 * Screw , Mach . , No . 10 - 32x1 - 1 / 8 , * Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 , Pan Hd . Pan Hd . Slotted Slotted , Self - Tapping 16 63345 4 63039 Chute Assembly Screw , Guard Clamp 17 111137 * Bolt , Carriage , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 , 5 63339 Nut , Wing Rd . Hd . , Sq . Neck 6 63338 Housing , Bracket 9414920 18 * Washer , Plain , 17 / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 16 7 60078 * Screw , Mach . , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 / 2 , 19 63337 Shoe , Guard Clamp Hex . Ind . Hd . 20 453676 Pin , Roll 8 131201 * Washer , Lock , 5 / 16x . 125 x . 078 21 109091 Bolt , Carriage , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 1 / 4 , 9 63340 Bracket Assembly , Kickback Rd . Hd . , Sq . Neck 10 60012 Nut , Lock 22 60062 * Washer , Plain , . 380 x 3 / 4 x 3 / 32 11 60041 23 * Washer , Plain , . 198 x 9 / 16 x 1 / 32 63344 Knob Assembly * Standard Hardware Item May be Purchased Locally . 24
CRAFTSMAN , IO - IN _ H RADtAL ARM SAW , MODI _ L No . 11 _ . 2945o 6 7 34 32 33 31 30 29 Figure 5 FIGURE 5 PARTS LIST Key Part Key Part No . No . Description No . No . Description 1 63043 18 37384 Tube Assembly , Column * Nut , " ' T " 2 63278 Table , Rear 19 63059 Clamp , Table 3 102707 * Screw , Set , Slotted , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 , 20 63041 Support Assembly , Column Cup Pt . 21 60035 * Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 x 1 - 3 / 4 Hex . Hd . Ind . , 60057 * Screw , Mach . , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 1 / 4 , Wash . Hd . Pan Hd . Slotted 22 60034 * Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 x 7 / 8 Hex . Hd . Ind . , 5 60128 * Washer , Plain , 17 / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 32 , Wash . Hd . 6 63279 Table , Spacer 23 60036 Nut , Lock 7 63280 Fence , Rip 24 9416187 * Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 , Type 23 8 60056 * Screw , Mach . , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 , Hex . Hd . Ind . , Wash . Hd . Pan Hd . Slotted 25 63000 Base 9 63277 Table , Front 26 37530 Nut , " U " Clip , 1 / 4 - 20 10 63275 Bracket , Rear Table Support 27 63023 Table Support , L . H . 11 142611 * Screw , No . 10 x 5 / 8 , Type A , 28 63056 * Washer , Lift Tube Pan Hd . Slotted 29 63057 Key , Column Tube 60013 12 * Washer , Plain , 11 / 32 x 7 / 8 x 1 / 16 , 30 63058 Steel Cover , Key 13 131201 31 60098 * Washer , Lock , 5 / 16 * Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 , Type 23 , Â° Hex . Wash . Hd . Ind . 14 9415813 * Screw , Mach . , 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 , Hex . Hd . 32 37911 Wrench , Hex - L , 3 / 16 15 63022 Table Support , R . H . 33 222506 * Screw , Set , 3 / 8 - 16 x 5 / 8 , Socket 16 115109 * Washer , Lock , 1 / 4 x . 109 x . 062 Hex . Hd . , Flat Pt . 17 115120 * Nut , Hex . , 1 / 4 - 20 x 7 / 16 x 3 / 16 34 63042 Tube Assembly , Lift * Standard Hardware Item May be Purchased Locally . 25
CRAFTSMAN , 10 - | NCH RADIAL ARM SAW , MODEL No . 1 I ; 3.29o , 50 11 . . . . _ _ : _ . _ FIGURE 6 PARTS LIST Key Part No . No . Description 1 63183 Cap Assembly , Radial Arm 2 63051 Knob , Elevation Crank 3 63052 Shaft , Crank Knob 4 63053 Washer , Knob 5 63054 Ring , Retainer 6 . . . . tCrank , Lift 7 60030 Washer , . 505 x 1 x 1 / 32 8 453676 Pin , Roll 9 . . . . . tCap , Radial Arm 10 . . . . . tShaft Assembly , Lift 11 63328 Disc Color t Purchase as part of Pan ' No . 63183 , Cap Assembly , Radial Arm . Figure 6 uring the , poir ay urCraftsman Radial Saw free _ rial or workmanship . This guar _ _ able by simply re urtning the saw to any Sears store throughout the United States . 26
INSTRUCTIONS TO OPERATOR Be sure to read the following instructions carefully before the work firmly against the fence . Use a push stick or board when ripping short work ( under 12 - inches long ) , operating the saw . or narrow work . WARNING : Do not connect power cord until the following steps have been satis - 11 . Never hang onto or touch the free end of workpiece or factorily completed : a free piece that is cut off , while power is on . a . Assembly and Installation . 12 . Do not leave a long board unsupported so the spring of the board causes it to shift on the table . A support b . Examination and operating familiarity with ON - OFF should be used to catch the end of the board you are switch , elevation control , bevel control , rip control , not supporting . and miter control . c . Review and understanding of the operating proce - 13 . Never climb on or near the saw when power is on . dures which follow . Never leave the saw with power on , or before the cutting tool has come to a complete stop . Lock the CAUTION : Always disconnect the power cord motor switch and put away the key when leaving when changing the cutting tool , changing the the saw . set - up , or making adjustments . 14 . Avoid awkward hand positions , where a sudden slip ALWAYS return the carriage to the full rear could cause a hand to move into a saw blade or other position after each crosscut type operation . cutting tool . Never reach in back of or around the cutting tool with either hand to hold down the 1 . The saw should be bolted down if there is any tendency workpiece . to tip over or move during normal operations . The saw table should be approximately 39 - inches above the floor . CAUTION : Never reposition the dust chute with power ON . 2 . Set carriage lock before moving machine . 15 . Always position the dust chute and the anti - kickback 3 . Raise front of arm by placing a one - inch thick board pawls for rip type operations . Also make sure the cutting under the two front legs so the carriage will not roll tool , arbor collars and arbor nut are installed properly ; forward due to gravity . Keep guards in place ; use the proper guard . 4 . Use only accessories that are designed for this machine . 16 . Do not use any blade or other cutting tool marked for 5 . The saw work area should have adequate overhead , an operating speed in excess of the design speed of non - glare Jight and adequate surrounding work space . the saw . Never use a cutting tool larger in diameter than the diameter for which the saw was designed . For 6 . The saw should be positioned when ripping so neither greatest safety and efficiency when ripping , use the the operator nor a casual observer is forced to stand in line with the saw blade . maximum diameter blade for which the saw is designed , since under these conditions the spreader is nearest 7 . A large proportion of saw accidents is caused by dull , the blade . badly set , improperly filed cutting tools , and by gum or resin adhering to cutting tools . Such conditions cause 17 . The use of abrasive or cut - off wheels , or wire wheels the material to stick , jam , stall the saw , or kick - back at can be dangerous and is not recommended . ( Abrasive the operator . Cracked saw blades should be discarded or cut - off wheels are used to saw many different ma - immediately . A saw blade can become cracked if it terials including metals , stone , and glass . ) wobbles or if it is not in balance . Avoid potential injury by proper cutting tool and machine maintenance . 18 . Do not position the arm so the operation you are performing permits the cutting tool to extend beyond 8 . Gloves should not be worn while operating the saw . the edges of the table . Loose flowing garments , jewelry ( rings , wrist watches , etc _ / , and neckties should never be worn . Long sleeves 19 . Safety is a combination of operator common sense and should be rolled to above the elbows . alertness at all times when the saw is being used . 9 . Goggles or an eye shield should always be used . Ear WARNING : Do not allow familiarity protectors ( ear plugs or muffs ) should be used during ( gained from frequent use of your saw ) extended periods of operation . to become commonplace . Always remem - ber that a careless fraction of a second is 10 . Provide proper support for the workpiece , based on its sufficient to inflict severe injury . size and the type of operation to be performed ; hold 27
owners manuaJ SeaFs The Model Number will be found on a plate attached to your MODEL No . saw , at the left side of the base . Always mention the Model 113.29450 Number when requesting service or repair parts for your 10 - INCH RADIAL ARM SAW . All parts listed herein may be ordered through SEARS , ROEBUCK HOW TO ORDER AND CO . or SIMPSONS - SEARS LIMITED . When ordering parts REPAIR PARTS by mail , selling prices will be furnished on request or parts will be shipped at prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly . WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS , ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST . 2 . The PART DESCRIPTION 1 . The PART NUMBER 4 . The NAME of ITEM - - 10 - INCH 3 . The MODEL NUMBER RADIAL ARM SAW 113.29450 Your Sears merchandise takes on added value when you SEARS SERVICE discover that Sears has over 2,000 Service Units throughout IS AT YOUR SERVICE the country . Each is staffed by Sears - trained , professional WHEREVER YOU LIVE technicians using Sears approved parts and methods . OR MOVE IN THE U . S . A . 5 / 73 Form No . 3 _ i98 4