DeWalt 31-735 manual

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    www .deltamachinery .com (800) 223-7278 - US (800) 463-3582 - CANADA 6" Belt/12" Disc Abra[...]

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    2 T ABLE OF CONTENTS IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read and understand all warnings and operating [...]

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    3 1. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY , READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE OPERA TING THE MACHINE. Learning the m[...]

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    4 Failure to follow these rules may r esult in serious personal injury . ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC SAFETY [...]

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    5 Fig. A Fig. B GROUNDED OUTLET BOX CURRENT CARR YING PRONGS GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLA[...]

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    6 4. Permanently connected machines: If the machine is intended to be permanently connected, all wir[...]

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    7 FOREWORD FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION NOTICE: The manual cover illustrates the current production model.[...]

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    8 ASSEMBL Y ASSEMBL Y TOOLS REQUIRED ASSEMBL Y TIME ESTIMA TE Assembly for this machine takes approx[...]

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    9 9. Insert a 5/16-18x4" hex head screw (G) Fig. 4 thr ough the hole (F) Fig. 3, the two holes [...]

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    10 A TT ACHING THE SANDING UNIT TO THE CABINET The belt/disc sander is heavy . Use two or more peopl[...]

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    11 INST ALLING THE BEL T ON THE MOTOR 1. Remove the two screws (A) Fig. 15 from the top of the sandi[...]

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    12 1. Place a hose clamp (A) Fig. 20 on each end of the out-take hose (B). 2 . Slide one end of hose[...]

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    13 9. Align the sanding table guide (J) Fig. 25 with cutout (K) on the side of the sanding belt fram[...]

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    14 4. Place a 7/16" flat washer (C) Fig. 30 on each stud, then a 1/2" spring (D). 5. Threa[...]

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    15 A TT ACHING THE DUST COLLECTOR BAG 1. Insert the dust collector bag hanger (A) Fig. 34 in the two[...]

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    16 ADJUSTING THE TENSION AND TRACKING OF THE SANDING BEL T Y our machine is shipped without belt ten[...]

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    17 SETTING THE T ABLE 90 ° TO THE BEL T 1. Loosen the table-tilting ratchet lever (A) Fig. 43. T ur[...]

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    18 CHANGING THE POSITION OF THE SANDING ARM 1. Y ou can use the sanding arm in any angle from the ve[...]

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    19 SETTING THE DISC T ABLE MITER GAUGE SLOT P ARALLEL TO THE SANDING DISC Maintain a maximum distanc[...]

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    20 MACHINE USE ABRASIVE BEL TS & DISCS - THEIR SELECTION AND USE Delta supplies a wide range of [...]

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    21 SANDING INSIDE CURVES Disconnect the machine from the power sour ce! 1. Loosen the two lock knobs[...]

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    22 END SANDING WITH THE DISC When sanding the ends of narrow workpieces, use the sanding disc as sho[...]

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    23 2. Loosen the two lock knobs (C) Fig. 68 enough to allow the back panel (D) Figs. 67, 68, and 69 [...]

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    24 KEEP MACHINE CLEAN Periodically blow out all air passages with dry compressed air . All plastic p[...]

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    25 SERVICE AND REP AIRS All quality tools will eventually requir e servicing and/or replacement of p[...]

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    26 T wo Y ear Limited New Pr oduct W arranty Delta will repair or r eplace, at its expense and at it[...]

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    27 MESURES DE SÉCURITÉ - DÉFINITIONS Ce guide contient des renseignements importants que vous dev[...]

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    28 14. UTILISER LE CORDON PROLONGA TEUR APPROPRIÉ. S’assurer que le cor don prolongateur est en b[...]

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    29 RÈGLES SPÉCIFIQUES ADDITIONNELLES DE SÛRETÉ L ’inobservation de ces règles peut conduir e [...]

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    30 RACCORDEMENTS ÉLECTRIQUES Un circuit électrique séparé doit êtr e utilisé pour les machines[...]

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    31 CORDON DE RALLONGE Employez les cordes appropriées de pr olongation. S'assurent votr e cord[...]

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    DESCRIPTION FONCTIONNELLE A V ANT -PROPOS DÉSEMBALLAGE ET NETTOY AGE Désemballer soigneusement la [...]

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    33 ASSEMBLAGE Pour votre pr opre sûr eté, ne reliez pas la machine à la source d'énergie ju[...]

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    34 9. Insér er une vis à tête hexagonale de 5/16 po-18 x 4 po (G), fig. 4, dans le trou (F), fig.[...]

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    35 FIXA TION DE L'OUTIL DE PONÇAGE AU BOÎTIER La ponceuse à courroie/à disque est lour de. [...]

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    36 INST ALLA TION DE LA COURROIE SUR LE MOTEUR 1. Enlever les deux vis (A), fig. 15, logées au somm[...]

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    37 1 . Insérer un collier de serrage (A), fig. 20, à chaque extrémité du tuyau de sortie (B). 2.[...]

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    38 9. Aligner le guide de la table de ponçage (J), fig. 25, avec l'entaille (K) pratiquée sur[...]

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    39 4. Enfiler une rondelle plate de 7/16 po (C), fig. 30, sur chaque goujon, puis un ressort de 1/2 [...]

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    40 FIXA TION DU SAC À POUSSIÈRE 1. Insérer le support du sac à poussièr e (A), fig. 34, dans le[...]

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    41 AJUSTER LA TENSION ET TRAQUER DE LA CEINTURE DE COURROIE La courroie de l'appar eil expédi?[...]

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    42 RÉGLAGE DE LA T ABLE À 90° P AR RAPPORT À LA COURROIE 1. Desserrer le levier à cliquet d&apo[...]

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    43 MODIFICA TION DE LA POSITION DU BRAS DE LA PONCEUSE 1. Il est possible d'utiliser le bras de[...]

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    44 RÉGLAGE DU P ARALLÉLISME DE LA FENTE DU GUIDE D'ONGLETS DE LA T ABLE À DISQUE A VEC LE DI[...]

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    45 COURROIES ET DISQUES ABRASIFS - SÉLECTION ET UTILISA TION Delta offr e une vaste gamme de courro[...]

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    46 PONÇAGE DES COURBES INTÉRIEURES 1. Desserrer les deux boutons de verrouillage (A), fig. 58, pui[...]

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    47 PONÇAGE D'EXTRÉMITÉ A VEC LE DISQUE Pour le ponçage des extrémités de pièces étroite[...]

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    48 REMPLACEMENT DE LA BANDE ABRASIVE 1. Desserrer les deux boutons de verrouillage (A), fig. 67, pui[...]

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    GARDER LA MACHINE PROPRE Dégager régulièrement toutes les conduites d’air avec de l’air compr[...]

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    50 ENTRETIEN ET RÉP ARA TION T ous les outils de qualité finissent par demander un entretien ou un[...]

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    51 GARANTIE Pour enregistr er votr e outil pour la garantie service la visite notre site W eb à www[...]

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    52 Lea y entienda todas advertencias y las instrucciones operadoras antes de utilizar cualquier inst[...]

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    53 NORMAS GENERALES DE SEGURIDAD 1. P ARA SU PROPIA SEGURIDAD, LEA EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES ANTES [...]

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    54 NORMAS ESPECÍFICAS ADICIONALES DE SEGURIDAD Si no se siguen estas normas, el resultado podría s[...]

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    55 1. T odas las máquinas conectadas con cordón conectadas a tierra: En caso de mal funcionamiento[...]

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    56 Utilice cordones de extensión apropiados. Asegúr ese de que el cordón de extensión esté en b[...]

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    57 DESCRIPCIÓN FUNCIONAL CONTENIDO DE CAR TON NOT A: El cuadro en la cubierta ilustra el modelo act[...]

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    58 HERRAMIENT AS DE ENSAMBLAJE REQUERIDAS ESTIMACIÓN DEL TIEMPO DE ENSAMBLAJE La asamblea para esta[...]

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    59 9. Inserte un tor nillo de cabeza hexagonal de 5/16-18x4" (G) Fig. 4 a través del orificio [...]

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    60 ACOPLE DE LA UNIDAD DE LIJADO AL GABINETE La lijadora de banda/disco es pesada. Utilice dos o má[...]

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    61 INST ALACIÓN DE LA CORREA EN EL MOTOR 1. Retire los dos tornillos (A) Fig. 15 de la parte superi[...]

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    62 1. Coloque una abrazadera para manguera (A) Fig. 20 en cada extremo de la manguera de salida (B).[...]

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    63 9. Alinee la guía del banco de lijado (J) Fig. 25 con el corte (K) que se encuentra al costado d[...]

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    64 4. Coloque una arandela plana de 7/16" (C) Fig. 30 en cada espárrago y luego un resorte de [...]

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    65 COLOCACIÓN DE LA BOLSA RECOLECTORA DE POL VO 1. Inserte el sujetador de la bolsa recolectora de [...]

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    66 AJUSTE DE LA TENSION Y DESPLACE DEL BANDA Su máquina se envía sin tensión de la banda. Antes d[...]

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    67 COLOCACIÓN DEL BANCO A 90 GRADOS DE LA BANDA 1. Afloje la palanca de trinquete para inclinar el [...]

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    68 CAMBIO DE LA POSICIÓN DEL BRAZO DE LIJADO 1. Puede utilizar el brazo de lijado en cualquier áng[...]

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    69 FIJACIÓN DE LA RANURA DEL CALIBRADOR DE INGLETE DEL BANCO P ARA DISCO EN FORMA P ARALELA AL DISC[...]

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    70 BANDAS Y DISCOS ABRASIVOS: SELECCIÓN Y USO LIJADO DE SUPERFICIES O BORDES CON LA BANDA DE LIJADO[...]

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    71 LIJADO DE CURV AS INTERNAS 1. Afloje las dos perillas de bloqueo (A) Fig. 58 y retire la cubierta[...]

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    72 LIJADO DE TERMINACIONES CON EL DISCO Al lijar las terminaciones de piezas de trabajo angostas, ut[...]

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    73 MAINTENANCE REEMPLAZO DE LA BANDA DE LIJADO 1. Afloje las dos perillas de bloqueo (A) Fig. 67 y r[...]

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    74 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO Utilice sólo piezas de repuesto idénticas. Para obtener una lista de piezas [...]

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    75 EJE DESMONT ABLE ELÉCTRICO 1. El extremo inferior del brazo de la banda de lijado cuenta con un [...]

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    76 GARANTIA Para registrar la herramienta para obtener el mantenimiento cubierto por la garantía de[...]