DeWalt 36-714 manual

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    www .deltamachinery .com (800) 223-7278 - US (800) 463-3582 - CANADA 10" Hybrid Saw Instruction[...]

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

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    4 4 SA VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. Refer to them often and use them to instruct others. F AILURE TO FOLLO[...]

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    5 5 5 GROUNDED OUTLET BOX CURRENT CARR YING PRONGS GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLADES GROUND[...]

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    6 Fig. C GROUNDED OUTLET BOX CURRENT CARR YING PRONGS GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLADES Fig[...]

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    7 FOREWORD The Delta 10" Hybrid saw (36-714) has a powerful 1-4/ HP induction motor that can ha[...]

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    8 UNP ACKING AND CLEANING Carefully unpack the machine and all loose items fr om the shipping contai[...]

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    9 1. Lift the motor to r emove the foam packing block. 2. While lifting the motor (A) Fig. 5, place [...]

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    10 Attach the left extension wing (A) Fig. 9 to the saw table. Align the three holes in the extensio[...]

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    11 1. Insert the female end of the switch cor d through the hole (F) Fig. 13 in the corner of the sa[...]

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    12 Always return the guard to the "down" position befor e operating the saw . Do not opera[...]

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    13 1. Raise the saw blade arbor to its maximum height. Attach the saw blade (C) Fig. 25 to the saw a[...]

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    14 Install the fence holders (A) Fig. 31 using four M4 8mm self-tapping screws (4). Install the wren[...]

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    15 OPERA TION The on/off switch is located underneath the switch shield (A) Fig. 35. T o turn the sa[...]

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    16 The saw table was aligned at the factory so that the miter gauge slots are parallel to the saw bl[...]

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    17 The miter gauge is equipped with adjustable index stops at 90°, 75°, 60°, 45° and 30°. T o r[...]

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    18 The blade guard assembly pr ovided with Delta saws (Fig. 45) must be used for all through-sawing [...]

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    19 BEVEL CROSSCUTTING Bevel crosscutting (Fig. 50) is the same as cr osscutting except the bevel ang[...]

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    20 1. Before starting the cut, raise the blade so that it is about 1/8” (3.2mm) higher than the to[...]

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    21 BEVEL RIPPING Bevel ripping (Fig. 56) is the same as ripping except the bevel angle is set to an [...]

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    22 Do not attempt to stack dado blades thicker than 13/16” (20mm) Do not use dado blades larger th[...]

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    23 Fig. 65 Fig. 64 E D USING AUXILIAR Y WOOD F ACING Add a wood facing (A) Fig. 66 to one or both si[...]

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    24 When ripping work less than 6" wide, use a push stick to complete the feed, Y ou can make on[...]

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    25 TROUBLESHOOTING For assistance with your machine, visit our website at www .deltamachinery .com f[...]

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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 LES INSTRUCTIONS IMPOR T ANTES DE SURETE Lire et compr endre toutes instructions d'avertisse[...]

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    28 1. POUR SA SÉCURITÉ PERSONNELLE, LIRE LA NOTICE D’UTILISA TION, A V ANT DE METTRE LA MACHINE [...]

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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 Fig. C GROUNDED OUTLET BOX CURRENT CARR YING PRONGS GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLADES 3.[...]

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    32 DESCRIPTION FONCTIONNELLE A V ANT -PROPOS La scie hybride Delta de 254 mm (10 po), modèle 36-714[...]

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    33 DÉSEMBALLAGE ET NETTOY AGE Désemballer soigneusement la machine et toutes les pièces de ou des[...]

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    34 1. Soulever le moteur pour r etirer le bloc en mousse qui protège le moteur . 2. À ce moment, ([...]

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    35 Fixer la rallonge gauche (A) fig. 9, à la table de la scie. Aligner les trois trous de la rallon[...]

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    36 1. Enfiler l'extrémité femelle du cordon de l'interrupteur par le tr ou (F) fig. 13, [...]

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    37 T oujours remettr e le protège-lame en position basse avant d'utiliser la scie. Ne pas util[...]

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    38 1. Relever l'arbre de la lame de la scie à sa hauteur maximale. Assembler la lame (C) fig. [...]

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    39 Assembler les porte-guides (A) fig. 31, à l'aide des quatre (4) vis autotaraudeuses. Instal[...]

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    40 L ’interrupteur marche/arrêt est logé sous un écran de pr otection (A) fig. 35. Pour démarr[...]

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    41 La table de la scie a été alignée à l’usine de sorte que les rainures du guide d’onglet s[...]

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    42 La jauge à onglet est équipée de butées réglables à 90, 75, 60, 45 et 30 degrés. Desserrer[...]

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    43 1. S’assurer que le couteau séparateur est aligné avec la lame tel que décrit dans la sectio[...]

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    44 DÉCOUPE À L ’ONGLET La découpe à l’onglet (fig. 49) est semblable au tronçonnage sauf qu[...]

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    45 1. A vant de débuter le tronçonnage, lever la lame environ 3,2 mm (1/8 po) de plus que le dessu[...]

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    46 SCIAGE SUR LE LONG EN BISEAU Le sciage sur le long en biseau (fig 56) est similaire au sciage sur[...]

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    47 Do not attempt to stack dado blades thicker than 13/16” (20mm) Do not use dado blades larger th[...]

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    48 UTILISA TION D’UNE PLANCHE DE REPÈRE Planche de repèr e (a, fig. 66) sur un ou chaque côté [...]

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    49 F ABRICA TION D’UNE PLANCHE EN ÉVENT AIL Les planches en éventail sont utilisées pour mainte[...]

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    50 CONSTRUIRE UN POUSSOIR Pour scier en long un ouvrage de moins de 15,24 cm (6 po) de large, utilis[...]

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    51 DEP ANNAGE Pour l'assistance avec votre outil, visiter notr e site web à www .deltamachiner[...]

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    52 Une ligne complète des accessoires est fournie des centres commer ciaux d'usine de par votr[...]

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

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

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    55 NORMAS ESPECÍFICAS ADICIONALES DE SEGURIDAD SI NO SE SIGUEN EST AS NORMAS, EL RESUL T ADO PODRÍ[...]

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

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    57 Fig. C CAJA TOMACORRIENTE CONECT ADA A TIERRA TERMINALES QUE LLEV AN CORRIENTE EL TERMINAL DE CON[...]

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    58 La sierra combinada de 254 mm (10'') Delta (modelo 36-174) posee un poderoso motor de i[...]

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    59 HERRAMIENT AS DE ENSAMBLAJE REQUERIDAS Destornillador en cruz Phillips (no proporcionado) Llaves [...]

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    60 1. Levante el motor para quitar el bloque de embalaje de espuma. 2. Mientras eleva el motor (A), [...]

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    61 Conecte la base de extensión izquierda (A), Fig. 9, a la mesa de la sierra. Alinee los tres orif[...]

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    62 1. Inserte el extremo hembra del cable del interruptor en el orificio (F), Fig. 13, que se encuen[...]

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    63 Antes de operar la sierra, regr ese siempre el pr otector a la posición inferior . No opere la s[...]

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    64 1. Eleve el eje de la hoja de la sierra a la altura máxima. Acople la hoja (C), Fig. 25, al eje [...]

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    65 Instale los sujetadores de la guía (A), Fig. 31, con cuatr o tornillos autorroscables (4). Insta[...]

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    66 El interruptor de encendido/apagado está debajo del protector del interruptor (A), Fig. 35. Para[...]

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    67 AJUSTE DE LA ALINEACIÓN DE LA HOJA La hoja viene alineada de fábrica y no debería necesitar un[...]

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    68 El calibrador de inglete está equipado con topes indicadores r egulables en 90, 75, 60, 45 y 30 [...]

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    69 Cuando corte transversalmente un número de piezas de la misma longitud, puede fijar un bloque de[...]

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    70 CORTE A INGLETE El corte a inglete (Fig. 49) es igual al corte transversal, excepto que el calibr[...]

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    71 1. Antes de cortar , levante la hoja de manera que quede 3,2 mm (1/8”) más arriba que la parte[...]

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    72 NOT A: El rebor de exterior de enramada no se puede utilizar con el cabezal para molduras . Aprie[...]

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    73 1. Usted puede conectar fácilmente un cabezal portacuchilla para moldura (A) ensamblado con el e[...]

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    74 No intente apilar hajas para ranuras de un grosor mayor que 20mm (13/16”). No utilice hojas par[...]

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    75 Puede obtener más información acerca del funcionamiento segur o y adecuado de las sierras de me[...]

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    76 V ARA P ARA EMPUJAR UTILICE MADERA DE 12,7 MM (1/2”) O 19,1 MM (3/4”) O DE UN ESPESOR MENOR Q[...]

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    77 LOCALIZACION DE F ALLAS Para obtener asistencia para su máquina, visite nuestro sitio W eb en ww[...]

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    78 GARANTIA Una línea completa de accesorios está disponible de su surtidor de Porter -Cable • D[...]

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    79 NOT AS[...]

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    The following are trademarks for one or mor e Porter -Cable and Delta products:  Les marques suiv[...]