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426 - 01 - 651 - 0002 Rockwell , DATED lM 8 - 15 - 71 MANUFACTURING COMPANY 400 N . Lexington Ave . . Pittsburgh , Po . 15208 PM - 1886 ROCKWELL DELTA 10 " BAND SAW 10 " BAND SAW WITH STAND , MOTOR SHOWN AND SWITCH ROD INTRODUCTION Your new Band Saw will accurately perform all the usual woodworking band saw operations ; straight cutting , curve cutting , cutting plastics and light aluminum , etc . In addition , by using the Cat . No . 28 - 810 Sanding Attachment in place of the blade , you can sand irregu - lar curved work previously cut on the band saw to add that professional finished look to your work .
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SCROLL SAW ' ' L 1 16 " SCROLL SAW . MAKE SURE that blade tension and blade . READ the instruction manual before tracking are properly adjusted on operating your machine . 2 . IF YOU ARE NOT thoroughly familiar with 11 . EO : t " h " , : zhine before removing scrap the operation of Band Saws and Scroll pieces from the table . Saws , obtain advice from your supervisor , instructor or other qualified person . 12 . ALWAYSkeep hands and fingers away 3 . REMOVE tie , rings , watch and other repo1rp . 3 : : : . : : blade size and type . jewelry , and roll up sleeves . 14 , DO NOT attempt to saw stock that does 4 ALWAYS wear safety glasses or a not have a flat surface , unless a suitable face shield . support is used . 5 . MAKE SURE wiring codes and . HOLD material firmly and feed into blade recommended electrical connection at a moderate speed . instructions are followed and that 16 . TURN OFF the machine if the material is machine is properly grounded . to be backed out of an uncompleted cut . 6 . MAKE all adjustments with the power off . 17 . MAKE " release " cuts before cutting 7 . CHECK all adjustments on the scroll saw by rotating the motor by hand before 18 . D ' S : " C " O " N " E ; T ' : machine from power source turning power on . when making repairs . 8 . LOWER the hold down on the scroll saw 19 . SHUT OFF power and do not leave so that it presses lightly on the material machine until it has come to a 20 complete stop . . BEFORE LEAVING the machine , make sure eh : 9 " ; : . : ; : upper guide on the band saw the work area is clean . about lh " above the material being cut .
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CLEANING THE BAND SAW Remove the protective coating from the machined sur - faces of the band saw . 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 light film of good machine oil . ASSEMBLING STAND If you purchased the 50 - 328 Stand , assemble it as shown in Fig . 2 . lvlake 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 2 , to make sure the lower shelves , as shown in Fig . shelves are assembled properly . ASSEMBLING SAW TO STAND Assenibling the saw to the top shelf of the stand using the four holes ( A ) Fig . 2 . The front of the saw will be ( B ) Fig . 2 . toward the end of the top shelf marked ASSEMBLING MOTOR , MOTOR PULLEY AND V - BELT Motors recommended for use with your band saw 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 a 5 / 8 " shaft . If you purchased one of these motor with assemble it to the stand as follows : motors , 1 . Fasten the motor to the lower shelf using the four ( C ) Fig . 2 , with the shaft end of the motor to - slots ward the end of the shelf marked ( D ) . Fig . 2 . 2 . Make sure the four rubber washers ( A ) are po - sitioned between the motor and the shelf as shown in Fig . 3 . 3 . If you are using a motor with a 1 / 2 " shaft it is necessary to place the sleeve ( 6 ) and key ( C ) on the motor shaft , as shown in Fig . 3 , before assembling motor pulley . 4 . Assemble the Cat . No . 41 - 033 5 / 8 " bore motor 3 . pulley ( D ) to the motor shaft , as shown in Fig . 5 . Make sure the motor pulley ( D ) Fig . 3 , is in align - # 49 - 130 ment with the band saw pulley and assemble the V - belt ( E ) to the two pulleys . Fig . 3 . 3
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ASSEMBLING SWITCH ROD If you have purchased the # 51 - 334 switch rod , insert the rod ( A ) through the hole in the bracket ( 6 ) and assemble the end of the switch rod to the toggle switchhe ( C ) using the cotter pin supplied . Then fasten t bracket ( B ) to the upper shelf as shown in Fig . 4 . Fig . 4 . ASSEMBLING RETRACTABLE CASTER ATTACHMENT If you have purchased the # 49 - 363 Retractable Caster Attachment for use on the steel stand , assemble it to the stand as follows : 1 I 1 . Before assembling caster set to stand , determine ntost corlvenient for which side of the stand would be the foot levers . The foot lever end of the shaft has a ( A ) Fig . 5 , assembled in place at the factory . cam FOOT LEVER END - 2 . The shafts should be fitted across the narrow side O F SHAFT of the steel stand . 1 1 3 . Assemble the cams ( 6 ) 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 Fig . 5 . / " R ' ; G * w ; ' " ER / - CASTER BRACKET 4 . Assemble spring washer ( A ) and caster mount ( B ( 6 ) on each shaft , as shown in Fig . 6 . bracket Fig . 6 . L
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1 5 . Assemble foot lever ( A ) Fig . 7 , t o the end of the 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 . that the legs will be off the floor about 2 inches . - FOOT LEVER ( A 1 Fig . 7 . 7 . Place caster mount bracket ( A ) Fia . 8 . with shaft ( B ) and foot lever ( C ) , inside and'under - steel stand leg and place flat head machine screw through the holes in the steel leg and bracket , from the bottom , and fasten ( D ) Fig . 8 . Do not tighten in place with washer and nut nut ( D ) too securely at this time . 8 . Place sDrino washer . fibre washer and caster mount I bracket on opposite end . of shaft ( B ) Fig . 8 . Place bracket on inside of steel leg and fasten in place with flat head machine screw , washer and nut . Now tlghten both nuts securely . 9 . This same method of appllcatlon IS to be followed in assembling shaft to opp ~ sitepair of steel legs . NOTE : The fibre washers are to be used as shims . These washers can be placed on the shaft end opposite the foot lever and between the spring washer and I caster mount . Fig . 8 . OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS Although your band saw IS checked and adjusted at the factory , it may have come out of translt . To check and adjust the band saw , proceed as follows : adjustment during ADJUSTING BLADE TENSION 1 . Rilove the upper blade guide ( A ) Fig . 9 to the highest position . . 2 . Turn the tension adjusting screw ( B ) Fig . 9 , clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease blade tension . 3 . Proper blade tension is obtained when the blade 114 " in a 6 " span . has a flex of approximately When the band saw is not in use it is good practice 4 . to release tension to prolong the life of the blade . TRACKING THE BLADE For accurate work and maximum blade life , it is im - portant that the blade be centered on the upper wheel . When this adjustment has been properly made , the blade will " track " . That is , it will run Steadily in the same line . Before the tracking adjustment is made , both the upper and lower blade guides must be moved away from the blade . To " track " the blade , proceed as follows : 1 . Disconnect the band saw from the power source and make sure the correct blade tension is applied to the blade . Fig . 9 . 4 . When the blade is on the center of the upper wheel , 2 . Remove the front guard ( C ) Fig . 9 , and revolve the tighten locknut ( D ) Fig . 9 . upper wheel slowly by hand to determine if the blade is riding in the center of the wheel . 5 . Connect the machine to the power source and jog the motor switch on and off to be certain that proper If the blade is not riding in the center of the wheel , 3 . Deing maintained . tracking is loosen locknut ( D ) Fig . 9 , and while turning the wheel ( E ) slightly to the by hand , turn the adjusting screw 6 . Then make any minor final adjustments that may be left . You will notice that the blade will move to either necessary at operating speed . side of the wheel . 5
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ADJUSTING UPPER AND LOWER BLADE GUIDES I - The upper and lower blade guides are adjusted only after the blade is tensioned and tracking properly . To adjust the guides , proceed as follows : The upper bracket ( A ) Fig . 10 , is held to the under - 1 . neath of the guide post by a cap screw . Loosen the cap screw and move the guide bracket ( A ) in or out until the front edge of the guides ( B ) are just behind the " gullets " ( bottom of saw teeth ) . 2 . The lower bracket ( C ) Fig . 10 , is mounted directly on the base casting by a square head bolt . Loosen the ( C ) in or out until the bolt and move the guide bracket front edge of the guides ( D ) are just behind the " gul - lets " ( bottom of the saw teeth ) . 3 . The guides ( B ) and ( D ) Fig . 10 , are held in the ( E ) . Loosen set screws guide brackets with set screws ( E ) and adjust guides as close as possible to the side of the blade being careful not to pinch the blade . 4 . IMPORTANT : Set both guides simultaneously so as not to deflect blade . ADJUSTING BLADE SUPPORT BEARINGS The support bearings ( F ) and ( G ) Fig . 10 , prevent the blade from being pushed too far to the back which could damage the set in the saw teeth . The support bearings ( G ) should be set about 1 / 64 ' ' behind the blade , ( F ) and as follows : 1 . Loosen thumb screw ( H ) Fig . 10 and move upper 1 / 64 " behind the back edge of the support bearing ( F ) blade and t ~ ghtenthumb screw ( H ) . 2 . Loosen set screw ( J ) and move lower support 1 / 64 ' ' behind the back edge of the blade bearing ( G ) * and tighten set screw ( J ) . Fig . 10 . ADJUSTING UPPER BLADE GUIDE ASSEMBLY The upper blade guide assembly ( A ) Fig . 11 , should always be set as close as possible to the top surface of ( 6 ) the material being cut by loosening thumb screw Fig . 11 , and moving the guide assembly ( A ) to the de - sired position . Fig . 11
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TABLE ADJUSTMENTS The table tilts 45 degrees to the right and about 10 degrees to the left . To tilt the table , loosen hand knob ( A ) Fig . 12 , tilt table to desired angle and tighten hand knob ( A ) . A stop screw ( C ) is provided to position ( B ) the table 90 degrees to the blade . Loosen locknut Fig . i2 , and turn stop screw ( C ) in or out so that it is90 degrees to the contacts the frame when the table blade . If necessary to tilt the table a small amount to the left , ( B ) Fig . 12 . remove the stop screw ( C ) and locknut Fig . 12 . BLADES Always use a sharp blade . Keep it free of gum and pitch . Keep the rubber tires free of sawdust , gum and pitch accumulation . Clean frequently with a stiff fiber brush . Narrow blades are used for cutting small circles or curves while the wider blades are best suited for straight cutting such as ripping . Neither this band saw nor the blades are recommended for cutting iron or steel . Due to the low cost of Rockwell blades it is advisable topurchase newblades rather than attempt to have them sharpened . Make sure the blade guides are always adjusted proper - ly as outlined previously . Do not force or twist the blade around a curve or very short radius . Feed the work uniformly allowing the blade to cut - do not feed too fast . Do not apply excessive tension on blades . The tension is only necessary to drive the blade without slipping on the wheels . Narrow blades require more tension than wide blades . INSTALLING THE BLADE LUBRICATION 1 . Disconnect band saw from power source . The upper oand saw wheel runs on needle bearings . # 44 , of Lubricate occasionally through oiler , reference 2 . Remove front cover of the band saw . parts drawing , using light machine oil . 3 . Remove table insert and table alignment screw . The drive shaft runs on bronze bearings . Lubricate occasionally through oiler , reference # 64 of parts 4 . Release blade tension and remove blade . drawing , using light machine oil . 5 . Check new blade t omake sure teeth are pointing in The blade support bearings are prelubricated and d onot require further lubrication . the right direction . If not , turn blade inside out . 6 . Place blade on wheels and adjust tracking , tension and guides as previously outlined . The sliding ways of the upper wheel assembly and the cccasionally so trunnions on the table should be oiled Replace insert and table alignment screw . that they operate freely . 7 .
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INSTALLING SANDING ATTACHMENT If you purchased the 28 - 810 Sanding Attachment , assem - ble it to your machine , as follows : 1 . Remove the four knurled knobs ( A ) Fig . 13 , and washers , and remove the front cover from the band saw . Remove the table insert and table alignment screw . 2 . 3 . Release blade tension and remove saw blade from the machine . 4 . Remove the lower blade guide bracket ( B ) Fig . 13 , from the machine . Loosen screws ( C ) Fig . 13 , and remove upper blade 5 . guides ( D ) . 6 . Loosen thumb screw ( E ) Fig . 13 and push back up bearing ( F ) to the rear position . Install sanding belt ( A ) Fig . 14 , to the two wheels . 7 . The arrow on the back of the sanding belt indicates the direction of rotation for the belt . 8 . Apply light tension and track the belt on the wheels . 9 . Assemble the mounting bracket ( B ) Fig . 14 , to the blade guide bracket ( C ) as shown , and tighten set screw ( D ) . Assemble either the flat platen ( E ) or the curved 10 . platen ( F ) to themounting bracket ( B ) as shown in Fig . 14 . Lower the blade guide bracket ( C ) so that the end 11 . ( G ) Fig . 14 , is just below the table sur - of the platen f ace . 12 . Place the table insert ( H ) Fig . 14 , in place . 1 13 . Replace the table alignment screw and replace the front cover . Fig . 14 . DRILL 2 HOLES 7 " 37 DIA . INSTALLING LAMP ATTACHMENT If you purchased the 40 - 882 Lamp Attachment , it can be mounted on your band saw after drilling two holes in 15 . Attach the lamp the back cover , as shown in Fig . attachment with the two screws which are furnished with the attachment . EXISTING HOLES SECT / ON - OF - B - ACK COVER I + " Fig . IS .
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There arc numc1 , ous operations which can be perfornied on your Rand Saw . We show you how simple these in our publication No . 4705 , " GETTING THE 510ST OUT OF YOUR BAND SAW AND SCROLL operations are SAW " . Above is only one page from this hool ~ It contains hundreds of illustrations , chats and Inany helpful hints .
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Replacement Parts - Part No . Description Ref . Part No . Description Ref . No . No . - - - 426 - 01 - 331 - 0005 Front Cover , incl : 56 HSS - 532 5 / 16 - 18 Thumb % r . 1 Pulley , inch 2 HBS - 847 Moulding 57 Cat # 5500 ~ HBS - 848 Moulding 58 SP - 206 x 5 / 16 " Hex . SOC 5 / 16 - 18 3 HBS - 849 Moulding 4 Set Scr . inch Collar , 960 - 02 - 012 - 1420 Nameplate 59 NCS - 35 - S 5 SP - 2250 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw 60 SP - 205 6 5 / 16 - 18 x l / 4 " Hex . S ~ C . 960 - 02 - 01 2 - 1419 Nameplate 7 Set Scr . SP - 2252 # 2 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw 61 HBS - 722 8 Fiber Washer SP - 1603 1 / 4 Washer 9 62 HBS - 8014 Frame , inck HBS - 844 Handknob 10 Bearings 63 HDP - 130 426 - 01 - 331 - 0006 Rear Cover , inck 11 Oiler 64 SP - ! ? A86 12 HBS - 847 Moulding Fiber Washer 65 HBS - 722 13 HBS - 848 Moulding 66 SP - 2605 Key 14 HBS - 849 Moulding Drive Shaft HBS - 8094 67 15 960 - 02 - 012 - 0037 Nameplate Lower Wheel , incl : HBS - 7214 68 16 SP - 2250 # 4 x 3 / 16 Drive Screw 38 SBS - 23 Rubber Tire 901 - 04 - 261 - 4005 17 1 / 2 " Tracking Scr . 69 FJ - 316 5 / 16 - 18 x 2 41 / 64 x 11 / 4 x . I09 Washer 18 SP - 1403 5 / 16 - 18 Wing Nut 5 / 8 - 18 Jam Nut 70 SBS - 19 HBS 819 Spacing Collar 19 71 SP - 6711 3 / 8 " Roll Pin 1 / 8 x SP - 514 20 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 Mach . Scr . 72 LBS - 56 Insert 21 SP - 1603 1 / 4 Washer Table 73 HBS - 802 - R 22 SP - 7533 1 / 2 " Truss 74 SP - 107 1 / 4 - 20 x 2 3 / 8 - 16 x 1 / 2 " Headless Hd . Scr . Set Scr . HBS - 832 2 1 / 4 " Spacer 75 SP - 1029 1 / 4 - 20 Hex Nut HBS - 843 1 " Spacer 76 SP - 306 3 / 4 " Sq . Hd . 1 / 4 - 20 x SP - 7531 1 / 4 - 20 x 11 / 2 " Truss Hd . Scr . Set Scr . HBS - 806 - R Adjusting Screw 77 LBS - 52 Table Trunnion Half HBS - 803 Hinge Bracket 78 HSS - 807 Tilt Index Plate HBS - 808 Pivot Pin 79 SP - 1702 1 / 4 " Lockwasher SBSQ4 Coil Spring 80 SP - 514 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " Mach Scr . SP - 1303 5 / 16 - 18 Square Nut 81 LBS - 52 Table Trunnion Half HBS - 805 Guide Plate 82 SP - 1702 1 / 4 " Lockwasher SP - 1270 3 / 8 - 24 Hex Jam Nut 83 SP - 514 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " Mach . Scr . HBS - 804 Hinge Bracket 84 HBS - 836 Trunnion Bracltet HBS - 724 Fiber Washer 85 MH - 3417 - 1 Pointer SP - 1604 5 / 16 " Washer 86 SP - 569 Scr - # 8 - 32 x 3 / 16 " Mach x 3 / 4 " Cap Scr . 87 HBS - 8154 SP - 607 5 / 16 - 18 Trunnion Clamp HBS - 7204 Upper Wheel . , inck 88 SP - 7852 7 / 16 - 14 x 2 1 / 4 " Sq . Hd . SBS - 23 Rubber Tire Bolt B - 108 - X Needle Bearing 89 HBS - 712 Lower Guide Bracket HBS - 807 Upper Wheel Shaft 90 SP - 2373 1 / 4 - 20 x 11 / 4 " Bolt HBS - 724 Fiber Washer 91 SP - 102 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 Headless SP - 1606 7 / 16 Washer Scr . set Screw 92 1085921 HBS - 730 Cap Guide Block SP - 2486 Oiler 93 HBS - 755 - S Blade Support Bearing HBS - 810 Guide Post 94 SP - 101 x 1 / 4 " Headless 1 / 4 - 20 HBS - 826 Blade Guard Set Scr . SP - 502 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 41 . Mach . Scr . 95 SP - 1603 1 / 4 " Lockwasher 1085921 Guide Block 96 SP - 1029 174 - 20 Hex Nut HBS - 755 - S Blade Support Bearing 97 SP - 6721 x 7 / 8 Roll Pin 1 / 4 1 / 4 " - 20 x 1 / 4 " Headless 98 SP - 607 SP - 101 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 Cap Scr . set scr . 99 SP - 1703 5 / 16 " Lockwasher HBS - 711 Upper Guide Bracket 100 NCS - 33 Coil Spring SP - 1603 1 / 4 " Washer 101 SP - 1606 7 / 16 " Washer 5 / 8 " Cap Scr . 102 SP - 3610 SP - 612 1 / 2 - 20 x Hand Knob 1 / 2 " Thumb Scr . 103 Cat # I94 SP - 1505 1 / 4 - 20 x 5 / 32 " Allen Wrench HBS - 813 Shoulder Stud 104 Cat # I526 7 / 16 x 9 / 16 Box Wrench LBS - 532 Blade Replacement bearings are furnished oversize and must be realned to fit . Not shown . 11
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CAT NO . 40 - 882 LAMP ATTACHMENT CAT . NO . 50 - 328 STEEL STAND CAT . NO . 51 - 3 SWITCH ROD NOTE : Use this hole for cams Cam and Pin assembled Shaft at factory to CAT N0 . 49 - 363 RETRACTABLE CASTERS
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Replacement Parts Part NO . Description Description Part No Ref . Ref . No . No . - Cat # 23 - 810 Sanding Atuchment , inck Steel Stand , incl : Cat . # 50 - 328 LBS - 250 5 / 16 - 18 x Mo7mtingBlock 3 / 4 " Carr . Bolt SP - 834 SP - 1603 l / 4 " Wather 3 / 8 x 7 / 8 x 1 / 16 Steel SP - 1605 SP - 559 # lo - 32 x 1 / 2 " Rd . Hd . Washer Mach . Scr . Motor Mount Retaining Clip 5 / 16 - 18 Hex Nut # lo - 32 x 1 / 4 " Rd . Hd . x 1 / 16 " Steel 3 / 8 x 7 / 8 Mach Scr . Washer SBS - 53 Nut Curved Platen 5 / 16 - 18 Hex SBS - 52 5 / 16 - 18 x 11 / 4 " Hex Hd . Cap Flat Platen US - 261 Insert Scr . 436 - 02 - 11 5 - 0086 Top Shelf Cat # 40 - 882 Lamp Attachment , incl : SP - 2447 5 / 16 - 24 Hex . Nut Cord SP - 1206 5 / 16 Int . Tooth S - 6 Lockwasha SP - 1750 Mounting Bracket MS - 62 SP - 1203 # lo - 32 Hex Nut Spec . 5 / 16 - 24 Hex Hd . Sa . SP - 559 Bottom Shelf # lo - 32 x 112 " Rd . Hd . 436 - 02 - 115 - 0083 Scr . Mach 436 - 02 - 066 - 0019 Leg 1 / 4 " Lockwasher Retractable Castas , inck Cat # 49 - 363 1 / 4 - 20 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Hex Nut SP - 1300 Steel Link 5 / 16 " Lockwasher SP - 1703 Spec . 1 / 4 - 20 x 15 / 16 " 3 / 4 x 5 / 16 x 1 / 16 " Fiber SP - 5552 Carr . Bolt Washer S - 1 - S Cover ~ o u n t caster S - 4 Spacing Sleeve 5 / 16 - 18 x 7 / 8 Flat Hd . V - Belt Cat # 49 - 130 Mach Scr . Cat # 51 - 334 Switch Rod , incl : caster MS - 17 - S Clamp Assembly Fiber Washer Rod 434 - 02 - 108 - 5001 5 / 32 x 7 / 8 Roll Pin SP - 2102 1 / 6 x 1 / 2 Cotter Pin Cam Cat # 41 - 033 Motor Pulley , inck Shaft Pulley NCS - 5275 - B Spring Washer 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 16 Hex Soc . Set SP - 206 1 " Roll Pin 5 / 32 x Sa . Foot Lever Caster Mount BAND SAW BLADES . A11 71 3 / 4 " Long . No . 28 - 802 3 / 16 ' ! . 6 teeth per inch . Minimum cutting radius 1 / 2 " . No . 28 - 803 1 / 4 " . 6 teeth per inch . Minimum cutting radius 3 / 4 " . No . 28 - 804 3 / 8 " . 5 teeth per inch Minimum cutting radius 1 " .
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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 Rockwell Power Tools or Rockwell or replace any part or parts of 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 .
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426 - 02 - 655 - 0004 MANUFACTURING COMPANY 400 N . Lexington Ave . . Pittsburgh , Pa . 15208 DATED IM 2 - 15 - 72 28 - 810 SANDING ATTACHMENT INSTALLING SANDING ATTACHMENT I TO 10 " BAND SAW I wr 1 . Remove the four knurled knobs ( A ) Fig . 1 , and washers , and remove the front cover from the band saw . Remove the table insert and table alignment screw . 2 . 3 . Release blade tension and remove saw blade from the machine . 4 . Remove the lower blade guide bracket ( B ) Fig . 1 , from the machine . Loosen screws ( C ) Fig . 1 , and remove upper blade 5 . guides . ( D ) . 6 . Loosen thumb screw ( E ) Fig . 1 and push back up ( F ) to the rear position . bearing / 4 Fig . 1 7 . Install sanding belt ( A ) Fig . 2 , to the two wheels . The arrow on the back of the sanding belt indicates the F : ' " direction of rotation for the belt . 8 . Apply light tension and track the belt on the wheels . 9 . Assemble the mounting bracket ( B ) Fig . 14 , to the set blade guide bracket ( C ) as shown , and tighten screw ( D ) . . . , Assemble either the flat platen ( E ) or the curved 10 . G , platen ( F ) to the mounting bracket ( B ) as shown in Fig . 2 . 11 . Lowerthe bladegulde bracket ( C ) so that theend I * of the platen ( G ) Flg . 2 , IS just below the table sur - . , face . $ - . 12 . Place the table Insert ( H ) Fig . 2 , In place . P - 13 . Replace the table alignment screw and replace 1 the front cover . - - Fog 2 . 125 LBS - 260 Mounting Block 126 SP - 1603 1 / 4 " Washer 127 SP - 559 # lo - 32 x 1 / 2 " Rd . Hd . Sct . 128 SBS - 51 Retaining Clip 129 SP - 551 # I0032 x 1 / 4 " Rd . Hd . Sct . 129 ( 2 ) ~ ~ curved Platen 130 SBS - 53 131 SBS - 52 Flat Platen 132 LBS - 261 Insert CAT . NO . 28 - 810 SANDING ATTACHMENT -
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