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418 - 02 - 651 - 0001 RockweII MANUFACTURING COMPANY 400 N . Lexinqton Ave . . Pittsburgh , Pa . 15208 DATED 3 - 1 - 72 ROCKWELL - DELTA 37 - 290 4 " DELUXE JOINTER 4 " DELUXE JOINTER WITH STAND , MOT0 R , SHOWN SWITCH ROD AND CASTERS INTRODUCTION Your new Rockwell Delta 4 " Deluxe Jointer is a rug - gedly built precision jointer perfect for the home work - shop , cabinet shop and building site . It is equipped with a sealed , lubricated - for - life ball bearing cutter - head , double - tilt fence with positive stops at 90 de - 45 degrees right and left , fully adjustable grees and table with dovetailed ways and adjustable gibs , pre - cision ground and balanced high - speed steel knives .
8 " LONG - BED 4 " STANDARD JOlNTEl 1 IF YOU ARE NOT thoroughly familiar 7 . ALWAYS use a push block when with the operation of Jointers , obtain jointing stock that does not give a advice from your supervisor or reasonabledistance of safety for 8 . NEVER joint stock under 6 " long . 2 . REMOVE tie , rings , watch and other jewelry , and roll up sleeves . 9 . NEVER pass hands directly over cutterhead . 3 ALWAYS wear safety glasses or a face shield . 10 . ALWAYS make sure exposed cutter - head behind the fence is guarded , 4 , KEEPcutterhead sharp and free of all especially when jointing near the rust and pitch . edge or rabbeting . 5 , MAKE ALL adjustments with the 11 . DISCONNECT jointer from the pow , power off . source when making repairs . 6 , GUARDS should be in place and used 12 . SHUT OFF the power and clean the at all times . jointer beforeyou leave it .
CLEANING THE JOINTER Remove the protective coating from the machined surfaces of the jointer . This coating may be removed with a soft cloth moistened with kerosene ( do not use acetone , gasoline or lacquer thinner for this purpose ) . After cleaning , cover all unpainted surfaces with a good qua1ity paste wax . ASSEMBLING STAND If you purchased the 50 - 329 Stand , assemble it asshwn in Fig . 2 . Make sure the lower shelf is fastened to the upper set of bolt holes in the legs as shown . Note the relationship of the holes and slots in both the upper and lower shelves , as shown in Fig . 2 , to make sure the shelves are proper1y assembled . ASSEMBLING DUST CHUTE If you purchased the 50 - 801 Dust Chute ( A ) , assemble it to the upper shelf , as shown in Fig . 2 , using the two screws ( 6 ) and nuts supplied . The front of the jointer will be at the end of the top shelf marked ( D ) and the dust chute ( A ) points to the rear of the jointer stand , as shown . ASSEMBLING JOINTER TO STAND Assemble the jointer to the top shelf of the stand using ( C ) Fig . 2 . The front of the jointer will the three holes ( D ) . be at the end of the top shelf marked ASSEMBLING MOTOR , MOTOR PULLEY AND V - BELT Motors recommended for use with your jointer are the # 60 - 020 - 1 / 3 HP motor with a 1 / 2 " shaft , # 60 - 220 - 1 / 2 HP motor with a 1 / 2 " shaft and the # 62 - 413 - 1 / 3 HP motor with a 5 / 8 " shaft . If you purchased one of these motors , assemble it to the stand as follows : 1 . Fasten the motor to the lower shelf making sure the four rubber washers ( A ) Fig . 3 , are positioned be - tween the motor and the shelf and that the shaft end of ( E ) the motor is toward the end of the shelf marked Fig . 2 . Fig . 2 . If you are using a motor with a 1 / 2 " shaft it is 2 . necessary to place the sleeve ( B ) and key ( C ) on the motor shaft , as shown in Fig . 3 , before assembling motor pulley . 3 . Assemble the Cat . No . 41 - 113 5 / 8 " bore motor pulley to the motor shaft . 4 . Make sure the motor pulley is in alignment with the # 49560 V - belt to the jointer pulley and assemble the two pulleys . Fig . 3 . -
ASSEMBLING SWITCH ROD If you purchased the 50 - 333 switch rod , insert the rod ( A ) through the hole in the bracket ( B ) and assemble the end of the switch rod to the toggle switch ( C ) using the cotter pin supplied . Then fasten the bracket ( B ) to 4 . the upper shelf , as shown in Fig . Fig . 4 ASSEMBLING RETRACTABLE CASTER ATTACHMENT If you have purchased the # 49 - 363 Retractable Csster 1 Attachment for use on the steel stand , assemble it to THIS CAM the stand as follows : ASSEMBLED AT FACTORY 1 . Before assembling caster set to stand , determine most convenient for which side of the stand would be the foot levers . The foot lever end of the shaft has a 5 , assembled in place at the factory . cam ( A ) Fig . LONQ SIDE 2 . The shafts should be fitted across the narrow side FOOT LEVER of the steel stand . OF SHAFT END 3 . Assemble the cams ( B ) on both shafts ( C ) at hole Fig . 5 . ( D ) Fig . 5 . Assemble one cam on each shaft . Cams on each shaft must match when assembled , as shown in 5 . Fig . SPRING WASHER ( A ) - o 6 0 ) - - C A S T E R BRACKET - ( B ) 4 . Assemble spring washer ( A ) and caster mount bracket ( B ) on each shaft , as shown in Fig . 6 . CAM Fig . 6 .
Assemble foot lever ( A ) Fig . 7 , t o the end of the 5 . shaft using the pin supplied . Foot lever is assembled 7 . to each shaft in the same manner , as shown in Fig . Tilt the steel stand by placing a 2 x 4 under it so 6 . FOOT LEVER that the legs will be off the floor about 2 inches . ( A Fig . 7 . 7 . Place spring washer ( B ) , fibre washer ( C ) and ( E ) caster mount bracket ( D ) on opposite end of shaft Fig . 8 . NOTE : The fibre washers ( C ) are to be used as shims . These washers can be placed on the shaft end opposite the foot lever and between the spring washer ( B ) and caster mount ( D ) Fig . 8 . 8 . Place caster mount bracket ( D ) and ( F ) with shaft ( E ) and foot lever ( A ) inside and under steel stand legs ( G ) Fig . 8 . Insert flat head machine screw ( H ) through hole in 9 . ( D ) and through washer ( 0 ) steel stand leg ( G ) bracket and fasten in place with washer ( N ) and nut ( L ) Fig . 8 . Do not tighten nut securely at this time . Fasten the other bracket ( F ) Fig . 8 , to the Steel 10 . stand in the same manner and tighten both nuts ( L ) secure1y . 11 . This same method of application is to be followed in assembling shaft to opposite pair of steel legs . The Fig . 8 . ( M ) can then be assembled to the attachment . caster GROUNDING INFORMATION GROUNDED OUTLET BOX This tool should be grounded while in use to protect the operator from electric shock . The tool is equipped with an approved 3 - conductor cord and 3 - prong ground - ing type plug to fit the proper grounding type recep - 9 . tacle as shown in Fig . GROUNDING BLADE 15 LONGEST OF ] THE 3 BLADES Fig . 9 . GROUNDED OUTLET BOX - An adapter , shown in Fig 10 , is available for connect - ADAPTER ing 3 - prong grounding type plugs to 2 - prong receptacles . THIS ADAPTER IS NOT APPLICABLE IN CANADA . The green grounding wire extending from the adapter , GROUNDING WIRE . must be connected to a permanent ground such as to 10 . properly grounded outlet box , as shown in Fig . / IN BOTH CASES MAKE SURE THE RECEPTACLE IN QUESTION IS PROPERLY GROUNDED . 1 I Fig . 10 . 5
OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS REAR TABLE AND KNIFE ADJUSTMENT For accurate work in most jointing operations , the rear table must be exactly level with the knives at their highest point of revolution . This means , of course , that the knives must be parallel to the table and pro - ject equally from the cutterhead . To check this alignment proceed as follows : 1 . Disconnect the jointer from the power source . 2 . Raise or lower the rear table as required , by turn - ing the rear table hand lever , until the rear table is exactly level with the knives of the cutterhead at their highest point of revolution . Place a straight edge on the rear table , extending 3 . over the cutterhead as shown in Fig . 11 . 4 . Rotate the cutterhead by hand . The blades should Fig . 1 1 . just touch the straight edge . If a knife is too low or too high at either end , loosen the lock screws in the knife slightly , shift the knife until it just touches the straight edge , and tighten the screws securely . After the rear table has been set at the correct height , it should not be changed except for special operations and after sharpening knives . If the rear table is too high , the result will be as shown in Fig . 12 . The finished surface will be curved . Fig . 12 . I When the rear table is too low , the condition will be as 13 . The work will be gouged at the illustrated in Fig . end of the cut . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . REAR TABLE Too Low Fig . 13 . As a final check of the rear table adjustment , run a piece of wood slowly over the knives for 6 to 8 inches ; it should rest firmly on both tables , as shown in Fig . 14 , with no open space under the finished cut . Fig . 14 .
DEPTH OF CUT The amount of material removal by a single cut can be any thickness from a very thin shaving to 114 " . To adjust for depth of cut , raise or lower the front table by turning the hand knob ( A ) Fig . 15 . The pointer and scale ( B ) Fig . 15 , indicates the amount the table has been raised or lowered . The pointer should point to the " 0 " mark on the scale Men the front table is exactly level with the knives at their highest point of revolution . If the pointer re - quires adjustment , loosen the slotted screw to adjust the pointer accordingly . Fig . 15 . FENCE ADJUSTMENTS The fence can be moved across the table and can be tilted 45 degrees right or left at any position on the table by means of the dual - control handle . To move the fence across the table , pull the fence fran the machine until the handle adjusting handle away body ( A ) Fig . 16 , engages the acorn nut ( B ) . Loosen the nut , move the fence to the desired position , and retighten nut . To tilt fence move the fence adjusting handle in to - wards the machine , as shown in Fig . 16 , to engage the nut . Loosen nut and tilt the fence to the desired angle right or left , and retighten nut . When tilting fence to the right , stop block ( C ) , Fig . 16 , must be moved out of the way . The fence on your jointer features positive stops at the most used fence positions of 90 degrees and 45 degrees , right and left . Check the fence with a square to make sure the fence is 90 degrees to the table . if an adjust - ment is necessary loosen set screw ( D ) Fig . 16 , and turn the adjusting screw ( E ) in or out against the stop block ( C ) until the fence is at 90 degrees to the table . ( D ) . Check the positive stops Then tighten set screw at 45 degrees right and left and adjust if necessary . Fig . 16 . CUTTERHEAD MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS After considerable use , the knives will become dull and it will not be possible to do accurate work . Unless badly damaged by running into metal or other hard material , they may be sharpened as follows : WHETTING KNIVES COVERED WITH PAPER DISCONNECT THE MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE . Use a fine carborundum stone ; cover it partly with paper as indicated in Fig . 17 to avoid marking the table . Lay the stone on the front table , lower the table and turn the cutter head forward until the stone lies flat on the bevel of the knife , as shown . Hold the cutter head from turning , and whet the bevelled edge of the knife , stroking lengthwise by sliding the stone back and forth across the table . Do the same amount of whetting on each of the three blades . WHETTING KNIVES
SETTING KNIVES If the knives are removed from the head for replacement or regrinding , care must be used in re - setting them as follows : 1 . DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE . 2 . Place a knife in its groove so that the rear edge of 1 / 16 " from the surface of the cutterhead . the bevel is 3 . Slip lock - bar into place and tighten lock screws lightly . Place a knife setting bar , made of a piece of hard - 4 . 12 " long jointed straight on one wood , approximately edge , on the rear table , as shown in Fig . 18 . 5 . Rotate head backwards by hand and adjust blade until it just touches the gauge . Fig . 18 Uqing bar , check blade at each end so that it is 6 . parallel to table top and tighten the screws . 7 . Insert the other two knives and repeat above instruct ions . CUTTERHEAD REPAIRS When the knives cannot be properly - sharpened by the methods described above , they must be ground to a new bevel edge . In such case , or when bearings needr - replacement , remove the entire cutterhead ' with bea ings and housings from the base and return it to the factory . Remove the nuts and washers ( Item # 52 and # 53 of the parts drawing ) from the studs ( Item # 51 ) . Lift the cutterhead assembly straight up and remove from the jointer . Then remove the studs from the cutterhead . When installing the cutterhead in the jointer tighten # 51 of the parts drawing ) firmly into the studs ( Item bearing housing . Insert the cutterhead with studs into the jointer and firmly tighten the two nuts ( Item # 53 of the parts drawing ) . BLADE CARE Gum and Pitch which collects on the blades causesin excessive friction as the work continues , resulting over heating the blades , less efficient cutting , and con - sequently loss of blade life . Use " Gum and Rust Remover " to wipe this off the blades . When these blades become dull enough so that it is noticeable when cutting , they should be resharpened . A sharp blade works easier and results in longer blade life . The penalty paid for a dull blade is less blade life and greater wear and tear on all parts of the machine . In time rust may appear on the table and fence and other parts of the jointer , resulting in less efficiency and accuracy of the machine . Use paste wax which can be applied t o prevent rust formation . if , however , rust has already formed on these parts use " Rust Remover " which will restore the machine to its original accuracy when applied .
OPERATION The following directions will give the beginner a start on jointer operation . Use scrap pieces of lumber to check settings and to get the feel of the operations before attempting regular work . ALWAYS USE GUARD AND KEEP HANDS AWAY FROM CUTTERHEAD . PLACEMENT OF HANDS DURING FEEDING At the start of the cut , the left hand holds the work firmly against the front table and fence , while the right hand pushes the work toward the knives . After the cut is under way , the new surface rests firmly on 19 . The left hand should the rear table as shown in Fig . press down on this part , at the same time maintaining flat contact with the fence . The right hand presses the work forward throughout , protecting the operator against kick - back from the knives . Fig . 19 JOINTING AN EDGE This is the most common operation for the jointer . Sett the guide fence square with the table . Depth of cu should be the minimum required to obtain a straight edge . Hold the best face of the piece firmly against the fence throughout the feed . JOINTING WARPED PIECES If the wood to be jointed is dished or warped , take lighth cuts until the surface is flat . Avoid forcing suc material down against the table ; excessive pressure will spring it while passing the knives , and it will spring back and remain curved after the cut is completed . JOINTING SHORT OR THIN WORK When jointing short or thin pieces , use a push block wton eliminate all danger to the hands . Two types are sho 20 . They are easily made from scrap material . in Fig . Fig . 20 I \ DIRECTION OF GRAIN Avoid feeding work into the jointer against the grain as shown in Fig . 21 . The result will be chipped and splintered edges . WRCNG FEED - AGAINST THE GRAIN Fig . 21 Feed'with the grain as in Fig . 22 to obtain a smooth surface . Fig . 22
The arm of the front table and ledge of the rear table 114 inch deep and 4 provide for cutting rabbets up to inches wide . The operation is illustrated in Fig . 23 . The knife guard must be removed . Set the fence to con - trol the width of rabbet , measuring from the end of the knives to the face of the fence . Lower the front table to determine the depth of cut . Feed slowly when mak - ing a deep cut , to avoid splitting the wood . For wide cuts , make two or more passes at increasing depths . Use a push block when rabbeting the end of narrow stock . Fig . 23 To cut a bevel , lock the fence at the required angle and run the work across the knives while keeping it firmly against the fence and tables . Several passes may be necessary to arrive at the desired result . When the angle is small , there is little difference whether the fence is tilted to the right or left . However , 45 degrees , it is increas - at greater angles approaching ingly difficult to hold the work properly when the fence double - is tilted to the right . The advantage of the tilting fence is appreciated under such conditions . When tilted to the left , the fence forms a V - shape with the tables , and the work is easily pressed into the pocket while passing it across the knives . If the bevel is laid out on the piece in such direction that this involves cutting against the grain , it will be better to tilt the fence to the right . TAPER CUTS is cutting an One of the most useful jointer operations edge to a taper . The method can be used on a wide variety of work . Tapered legs of furniture are a common example . Instead of laying the piece on the front table , lower the forward end of the work onto the rear table . Do this very carefully , as the piece will span the knives , and they will take a " bite " from the work with a tendency to kick back unless the piece is firmly held . Now push the work forward as in ordinary jointing . The effect is of the knives , to in - to plane off all the stock in front crease depth , leaving a tapered surface . The ridge left by the knives when starting the taper may very light cut according to the be removed by taking a regular method for jointing , with the front table raised to its usual position . Practice is required in this operation , and the beginner is advised to make trial cuts on waste material . Taper cuts over part of the length and a number of other special operations can easily be done by the experienced craftsman .
Points to observe in jointing various kinds of edges are shown in the diagram above . I seen that the stock has no fixed base - common and most dangerous jointer line ; hence , it must be held firmly for hazard - the kick - back . The first meth - this first cut . With a partial base made od is safer when surfacing , especially in this manner , succeeding cuts can be when the stock is less than 1 inch quickly made to bring the edge to a thick . true surface . Points to Observe . Figs . 4 to 9 Side Pressure . Side pressure is al - picture important points in jointing an ways required in order to keep the edge . These are self - explanatory with work in contact with the guide fence , the possible exception of Fig . 6 . When and is very important when jointing it is necessary to joint an edge of this wide stock , as shown in Fig . 11 . Where nature , pick out the central portion of a considerable amount of wide work is the curve , and make the first light cut to be handled , it is advisable to fasten on this portion of the wood . It can be
Replacement Parts Ref . Part No . Description Ref . Part No . Description No . No . 1 - 22 Knife Lock Bar Base Spec . 1 / 4 - 24 x 1 / 4 Set Screw Front Table J - 23 Knives Set of Three Jointer Rear Table Cat # 37 - 802 Fence FJ - 304 - R DDL - 250 1 / 4 - 28 x 19 / 32 Headless Set Screw Clamp Plate FJ - 321 w / Bolt Gib FJ - 317 - S FJ - 322 Cross Slide Plate FJ - 306 Table Adj . Nut 1 / 4 - 28 x 1 / 4 Socket Set Screw SP - 253 960 - 02 - 012 - 0037 Nameplate 7 / 32 x 1 - 7 / 8 Roll Pin SP - 2705 SP - 2250 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw NJ - 231 Stop Link SP - 663 5 / 16 - 24 x 3 / 4 Hex . Hd . Screw Segment Key NJ - 229 SBS - 46 Pointer x 1 / 2 Roll Pin 5 / 32 SP - 2707 SP - 1609 13 / 64 x 7 / 16 x 1 / 16 Steel Washer Pointer Rod NJ - 241 SP - 551 # lo - 32 x 1 / 4 Rd . Hd . Screw Fence Segment , Incl : FJ - 305 - S 5 / 32 Hex . Wrench Cat . # I94 Tilt Scale FJ - 319 1 / 8 Hex . Wrench Cat # I534 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw SP - 2250 5 / 16 Open End Wrench cat # I522 NJ - 233 Stop Screw 418 - 02 - 411 - 0001 Stud 1 / 4 - 28 x 1 / 4 Headless Set Saew NCS - 177 SP - 1702 1 / 4 Lockwasher 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 " Fillister Hd . Saew SP - 707 SP - 1029 1 / 4 - 20 Hex . Nut Washer FJ - 316 J - 13 - S Knife Guard , Inck Spring Washer FJ - 315 J - 14 Pin Clamp Collar FJ - 314 J - 15 Spring FJ - 313 Clamp Nut SP - 2101 3 / 32 x 5 / 8 Cottsr Pin FJ - 311 Clamp Sleeve FJ - 325 Scale Fence Handle Body FJ - 308 SP - 2250 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw FJ - 318 Cap Nut SP - 2101 3 / 32 x 5 / 8 Cotta Pin FJ - 310 stud 5 / 16 - 18 SP - 206 x 5 / 16 Socket Set Saew Spacer FJ - 309 960 - 02 - 012 - 1420 Nameplate Handle Ball SP - 3611 SP - 2250 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw 926 - 01 - 991 - 9399 Cutterhead Pulley , Incl : NJ - 215 - S Adj . Screw w / collar . Inck 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 16 SP - 206 Soc . Set Screw SP - 2709 1 / 8 x 3 / 4 Groove Pin Cutterhead . Inck Cat # 37 - 806 DP - 41 7 / 16 Fiber Washer Bearing SP - 5336 NJ - 208 Adj . Screw Sleeve J - 32 Bearing Retainer for Pulley Side BM - 4 - S Ball Crank , Incl : Bearing Retainer for Left Side 5 / 16 - 18 J - 33 SP - 206 x 5 / 16 Soc . Set Screw IMPORTANT : Base . front and rear tables cannot be supplied separately , as the re - assembled machine would not be accurate . For true alignment , we finish - grind our jointer tables after assembly on the base . When a new table or base is required , ship the machine , less fence and knife guard , to the factory for rebuilding . The cost will be the list price for the new part plus a fixed charge for assembling and grinding the tables . NOTE : - Cutterhead Repairs : Special tools are required to remove and replace ball bearings on the cutterhead . When the bearings or cutterhead need replacement , order a complete new cutterhead assembly # 37 - 806 , a return the old one to us for repairing for which there is nominal charge coming repair work plus a small labor charge per bearing for installing . Knife Sharpening Seavice : Our charge for re - grinding and setting hives will be a nominal net charge per c ~ merhead , F . 0 . R . factory . Be sure to send the complete cutterhead assembly with bearings and housing , less pulley , by prepaid express or parcel post insured . retumed to : Cutterheads may be ROCKWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY Delta Power Tool Division Tupelo , Mississippi Attention : Service Department
AVAILABLE FOR USE WITH 9 " SAW / 4 " JOINTER COMBINATION UNIT CAT NO . 50 - 304 STEEL STAND AND DUST CHUTE
Replacement Parts Description Part No . Part No . Description Ref . Ref . No . No . - - - - - - - - - Belt and Pulley Group , Incl : Cat # 50 - 329 Steel Stand , Incl : Cat # 49 - 188 SP - 901 5 / 16 - 18 x 11 / 4 Rd . Hd . Stove Bolt Motor Pulley for Jointer . Inck Cat # 49 - 182 SP - 1604 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 16 Soc . Set Screw 5 / 16 x 3 / 4 x 1 / 16 Steel Washer SP - 206 LBS - 279 Motor Mount V - Belt for Jointer Cat # 49 - 104 SP - 1303 5 / 16 - 18 Square Nut Cat . # 41 - 103 Motor Pulley for Saw , Inck MS - 62 Spec . 5 / 16 - 24 Hex . Hd . Screw SP - 206 Soc . Set Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 16 SP - 1750 5 / 16 Int Tooth Lockwasher Cat # 49 - 152 V - Belt for Saw SP - 1206 5 / 16 - 24 Hex . Nut Raising Block Assembly . Inck Cat . # 37 - 293 MS - 82 Top Shelf Cutterhead Shaft Extension , Inck FJ - 335 - S 5 / 16 - 18 x 1112 Rd . Hd . Mach . Screl SP - 523 x 5 / 16 Soc . Set Screw 5 / 16 - 18 SP - 206 SP - 1604 5 / 16 x 3 / 4 x 1 / 16 Steel Washer 11 / 4 Hex . Hd . Saew 5 / 16 - 18 x SP - 602 SP - 1303 5 / 16 - 18 Square Nut 5 / 16 x 3 / 4 x 1 / 16 Steel Washer SP - 1604 MS - 83 Bottom Shelf 5 / 16 - 18 Square Nut SP - 1303 436 - 02 - 066 - 0019 Leg 13 / 4 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 SP - 854 Raising Block 418 - 02 - 310 - 0002 Cat # 49 - 363 Retractable Casters , Incl : SP - 1300 5 / 16 - 18 Hex . Nut V - Belt Cat # 49 - 560 Cat . # 51 - 333 SP - 1703 5 / 16 Lockwasher Switch Rod , Inck MS - 17 - S 3 / 4 x 5 / 16 x 1 / 16 Fiber Washer SP - 5552 Clamp Assembly 438 - 01 - 023 - 0005 MS - 101 caster ~ o u n t Rod x 1 / 2 Cotter Pin 1 / 16 SP - 2102 SP - 478 5 / 16 - 18 x 7 / 8 Flat Hd . Mack Screw Cat . # 41 - 113 MS - 108 caster Motor Pulley . Incl : SP - 206 Soc . Set Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 16 DSS - 36 Fiber Washer Cat # 50 - 304 Steel Stand and Dust Chute . 5 / 32 x 7 / 8 Roll Pin SP - 2733 Consisting of : MS - 103 cam Cat # 50 - 801 Dust Chute , Inck MS - 106 Shaft SP - 553 # 6 - 32 x 1 / 2 Rd . Hd . Mach Screw MS - 109 Spring Washer SP - 1301 # 6 - 32 Square Nut 5 / 32 x 1Roll Pin SP - 2732 MS - 102 Foot Lever MS - 100 Caster Mount
YOUR ROCKWELL WARRANTY Rockwell is proud of the quality of the power tools which it sells . The component parts of our tools are inspected at various stages of pro - duction , and each finished tool is subjected to a final inspection before it is placed in its specially designed carton to await shipment . Because of our confidence in our engineered quality , Rockwell agrees to repair or replace any part or parts of Rockwell Power Tools or Rockwell Power Tool Accessories which examination proves to be defective in workmanship or material . In order to take advantage of this guar - antee , the complete portable power tool or accessory , or in the case of machinery , the part must be returned prepaid to the appropriate factory , Rockwell service center , or authorized service station for examination . This guarantee , of course , does not include repair or replacement required because of misuse , abuse , or normal wear and tear . Repairs made by other than our factory , service center , or authorized service station , relieves Rockwell of further liability under this guarantee . THIS GUARANTEE IS MADE EXPRESSLY IN PLACE OF ALL OTHER GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES , EXPRESS OR WITH RESPECT TO QUALITY , MERCHANTABILITY , OR IMPLIED , FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE . j AUTHORIZED DELTA PARTS DISTRIBUTORS CALIFORNIA MASSACHUSETTS PENNSYLVANIA LOS ANGELES , 90007 BOSTON , ( Allston ) . 02134 PHILADELPHIA , 19120 Rockwell Manufacturing Company Rockwell Monufacturtng Company Rockwell Manufacturtng Camporjy 2400 South Grand Avenue 414 Cambrtdge Street 4433 - 37 Wh ~ tokerAvenue 213 749 - 0386 Phone : 617 782 - 1700 Phone : Phone : 215 455 - 7907 OAKLAND , 94601 PITTSBURGH , 15208 Rockwell Manufacturing Company Rockwell Manufacturlng Cornpony 4621 Malat Street MICHIGAN 400 North Lex ~ ngtonAvenue Post Offrce Box 7327 Phone : 112 241 - 8400 DETROIT ( Southfseld ) , 48075 Phone : 415 535 - 2424 Rockwell Manufocturlng Cornpony 18650 Wert Eight Mlle Road TEXAS Phone : 313 35R - 1000 COLORADO DALLAS , 75247 DENVER . 80207 Rockwell Manufacturing Company ~ ockwell ' ~ onufacturlCno ~ mpony MISSOURI 2934 Iron R ~ dgeStreet 4900 Eost 39th Avenue Offlce Box 47767 Port Phone : 303 388 - 5803 N . KANSAS CITY , 64116 Rockwell Monufocturinq Company 1141 Swift Avenue 816 221 - 2070 Phone : GEORGIA WASHINGTON ATLANTA ( Dorovtlle ) , 30340 3500 McCall Place NEW YORK SEATTLE , 98101 Phone : 404 458 - 2263 Rockwell Monufactur ~ ngCompany 1918 Minor Avenue NEW YORK , 10013 Phone : 206 622 - 4576 Rudolf Bass , Incorporated 175 Lalayette Street , Cor . Grand Slreet HAWAII Phone : 212 CA 6 - 4000 WISCONSIN HONOLULU , 96819 Rackwell Manufacturing Company MILWAUKEE , 53222 BUFFALO , 14204 3209 Koapako Street Rockwell Manufoctvr ~ ngCompony Korle Sow Company , Incorporated 808 872 - 049 Phone : 107nn West Burle ~ ghStreet 138 - 150 Chncago Street , Cor . So . Pork Avenue Phone : 414 774 - 3650 716 853 - 8053 or 853 - 8054 Phone : CANADA ILLINOIS OH I 0 GUELPH . ONTARIO Rockwell Manulactvr ~ ngCompany CINCINNATI , 45203 CHICAGO , ( Melrose Pork ) , 60160 Conoda Ltmt ted of Rockwell Monufactur ~ ngCompany Rockwell Monufacturtng Company 40 Welltngton Street 906 Dalton Street 4533 North Avenue Offtce Box 848 Post Phone : 312 921 - 2650 Phone : 513 24 ' 1 - 2737 Phone . 907 922 - 2840 To save lime and shipping Authorfzed Delto Parts Dlstrcbutors stock o complete line of replacement parts . cost send your ports orders to your nearest d ~ strlbutorand ~ n most cases they will be filled and shipped We do no1 fill ony ports orders dlrcct from the foctory . wlthin 48 hours . Gray Printing Company
436 - 02 - 655 - 0001 ROCK DATED IM 4 - 27 - 59 PITTSBURGH 8 . P E N N S V L V A N I A , PM - 1547 HOUMTlNG MOTORS ON STEEL STANDS shown in Fig . 3 and then tighten the pulleys in correct All steel machine stands are drilled to accommodate alignment . V - belts require very little tension . Exces - the machines for which they are intended . A complete Gauses short life of the belt and pulleys sive tension set of mounting bolts for both the motor and machine and puts undue load on the machine and motor bear - are included with each stand . All machines are easily ings . mounted and should be tightened securely to avoid vibration . Use the furnished lock washers in all in - stances . MOTOR MOUNTING Motors will fit on the machine stands without the use of shim blocks . Other motors vary in height . Whenever the distance from the motor shaft to the 4 % inches , a bottom of the motor foot is less than 1 illustrates the use shim block will be needed . Fig . of an easily made wooden shim block . For example , when dimension A is 3 % inches , the thickness of the 1 % inches in order to make up the shim must be 4 % inches . required RUBBER FEET NO . 50 - 353 A set of four moulded rubber feet complete with 353 for the mounting screws are available under No . benefit of those who operate their tools in apartmenl houses or on wooden floors in residences , where thc Fig . 2 illustrates means for mounting any motor having base holes that do not fit holes as drilled into our stands . FIO . 2 PULLEYS AND BELTS slight noise caused by the operation of such machine : may occasionally be objectionable . These feet reducc Consult your dealer for a V - belt of correct the noise of the machines on any surface , and take thc length to fit your stand mounted motor and machine . place of makeshift devices such as felt pads . They arc When the pulleys are in line and the belt tension is moulded of live rubber of proper resiliency , and an correct , V - belt drives are long wearing and efficient . supplied with plates and screws for attaching to stee When lining up pulleys , loosen the set screws in both the motor and machine pulleys : use a straight edge as stands .
. MACHINE STAND The machine stand consists of hpper shelf , lower shelf and four legs . These stands will vary in size , that is , the shelves will have different shapes and sizes and the legs will vary in length , but they are all as - sembled in the same manner . The cap screws and nuts used in assembling these various stands are all 4 . the same size and length . Refer to Fig . These stands are shipped knocked down . To ship them assembled they would be very bulky and MS - 61 WRENCH unhandy . MACHINE STAND ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR STEEL STANDS STEEL S T A N D T O P P A N LOWER P A N L E G 50 - 305 MS - 132 MS - 54 - B MS - 33 - B MS - 63 - B MS - 33 - B MS - 64 - B 50 - 306 MS - 20 - X * 50 - 310 MS - 33 - X MS - 19 - X MS - 116 50 - 315 MS - 26 - X MS - 115 50 - 320 MS - 118 MS - 26 - X MS - 117 MS - 131 50 - 328 MS - 1 - B MS - 25 - B MS - 83 - B MS - 82 - B 50 - 329 MS - 1 - B MS - 24 - X MEr25 - X MS - 1 - X 50 - 406 MS - 41 - X MS - 42 - X MS - 21 - X 50 - 432 MS - 43 - C MS - 21 - X MS - 44 - C 50 - 441 MS - 21 - X MS - 19 - X 50 - 716 MS - 20 - X MS - 20 - B MS - 19 - B MS - 21 - B 50 - 717 MS - 66 - B MS - 65 - B MS - 67 - B 50 - 810 MS - 132 MS - 21 - B 50 - 821 MS - 54 - B MS - 24 - X MS - 26 - X 50 - 891 MS - 25 - X 33 - 630 I . . . . . . . . . . . I MS - 119 MS - 21 - B I * 50 - 310 Same as 50 - 716 except only 26 % " high . 50 - 304 Stand used on 4 " Jointer , consists of 50 - 329 Steel Stand 50 - 801 Dust Chute 50 - 656 Stand used on 6 " Jointer , consists of 50 - 406 Steel Stand 50 - 800 Large Dust Chute 50 - 308 Stand , consisting of : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 MS - 96 - 3 Top - Front and Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 MS - 93 - 3 Panels MS - 94 - 3 Panels - Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MS - 95 - 3 Legs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1 / 4 " Mach . Screw . . . . . . . . 6 SP - 409 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 SP - 1300 5 / 16 - 18 " Hex . Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SP - 1306 1 / 4 - 20 " Sq . Nuts . . 16 SP - 1603 1 / 4 " Steel Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SP - 1604 5 / 16 " Steel Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 x 5 / 8 " Screw . . . - 16 SP - 7504 1 / 4 - 20 50 - 105 Stapd , consisting of : 50 - 109 Stand . Consisting of : MS - 61 Wrench 1 436 - 02 - 415 - 0046 Top Shelf . . . . . . . . . . . 1 MS - 62 5 / 16 - 24 x 1 " Hey Hd . Scr . 16 436 - 02 - 415 - 004 - 5 Bottom Shelf . . . . . . . . 1 436 - 02 - 066 - 0022 Leg 4 436 - 02 - 366 - 0005 Leg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1 436 - 02 - 115 - 0084 Shelf MS - 62 5 / 16 - 24 Spec . Hex . SP - 1206 5 / 16 " - 24 Hey Nut 16 . . . . . . . . . . 16 Hd . Screw 5P - 1750 5 / 16 " Split Lockwasher 16 * 5 / 16 - 24 NCX . Nut . . . 16 SP - 1206 5 / 16 Int Tooth Lock - washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 5 / 16 - 18x1 - 1 / 4 Hex . Hd . Screw . . . . . . . . . . 4 5 / 1618 Hex . N ~ . L . . 4 3 / 8 x 7 / 8 x 1 / 16 Steel Washer . . . . . . . . 8