DeWalt 37-380 manual

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL 8" Pr ofessional Jointer (Model 37-380) P ART NO. 909568 - 07-10-03 Copyrigh[...]

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    2 Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will r esult in death or seriou[...]

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    3 F AILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MA Y RESUL T IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJUR Y . 1. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY ,[...]

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    4 ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FOR JOINTERS 1. DO NOT OPERA TE THIS MACHINE until it is completely assemb[...]

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    5 A separate electrical circuit should be used for your machines. This cir cuit should not be less t[...]

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    6 Use proper extension cor ds. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition and is a 3-wir e e[...]

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    7 JOINTER P AR TS Fig. 2 1. Jointer 2. Fence Carriage Assembly 3. Cutterhead Pulley Guard/Carriage M[...]

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    8 Fig. 3 16. Stand with Pre-Wir ed Switch 17. Dust Chute 18. V -Belt 19. Pulley 20. 3/8-16x2" H[...]

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    9 2. Remove the four bolts that attach the motor (A) Fig. 5 to top of the stand. NOTE: SA VE THESE B[...]

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    10 ASSEMBLING MOTOR PULLEY Assemble motor pulley (K) Fig. 10, to motor shaft with the hub of the pul[...]

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    11 2. Using the supplied 6mm hex wrench (E) Fig. 14, fasten bracket (C) onto jointer base (G). Place[...]

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    12 2. Fig. 18 illustrates fence properly mounted. Fig. 18 3. Thread shorter fence handle (E ) Fig.19[...]

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    13 ASSEMBLING SWITCH AND MOUNTING BRACKET 1. Align the two holes in the switch mounting bracket (A) [...]

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    14 OPERA TING CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS ST ARTING AND STOPPING JOINTER 1. The on/off switch is locate[...]

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    15 2. Raise or lower the infeed table adjustment lever (C) Fig. 35. 3. IMPORT ANT : When lowering th[...]

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    16 KNIFE ADJUSTMENTS In order to do accurate work, the knives must be exactly level with the outfeed[...]

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    17 ADJUSTING T ABLE GIBS “Gibs”’ are pr ovided to take up any play that may develop between th[...]

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    18 FENCE OPERA TION The fence can be moved across the table and can tilt 45 degrees right or left at[...]

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    19 4. Rotate flip stop (F) Fig. 54, and tilt the fence outward as far as it will go and tighten lock[...]

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    20 KNIVES MUST BE INST ALLED CORRECTL Y AS SHOWN IN FIG. 58 . 8. The knives are adjusted corr ectly [...]

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    21 OPERA TION The following directions will give the beginner a start on jointer operations. Use scr[...]

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    22 SURF ACING Surfacing is identical to the jointing operation except for the position of the workpi[...]

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    23 SURF ACING WARPED PIECES If the wood to be surfaced is dished or warped, take light cuts until th[...]

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    24 PUSH STICK MAKE FROM 1/2" OR 3/4" WOOD OR THICKNESS LESS THAN WIDTH OF MA T’L. TO BE [...]

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    25 NOTES[...]

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    26 NOTES[...]

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    27 P AR TS, SER VICE OR W ARRANTY ASSIST ANCE All Delta Machines and accessories are manufactur ed t[...]

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    The following are trademarks of POR TER-CABLE · DEL T A (Las siguientes son marcas r egistradas de [...]