DeWalt LA200 manual

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    www .deltamachinery .com (800) 223-7278 - US (800) 463-3582 - CANADA T orno Midi T our Midi-Lathe Mi[...]

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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 1 . DO NOT OPERA TE THIS MACHINE UNTIL it is assembled and installed according to the instructions[...]

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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 EXTENSION CORDS Use proper extension cor ds. Make sure your extension cor d is in good condition a[...]

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    7 ASSEMBL Y TOOLS REQUIRED ASSEMBL Y TIME ESTIMA TE The assembly time for this unit is approximately[...]

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    8 3. Loosen the locking lever (E) Fig.5 and insert the tool rest (F) in the tool r est base. NOTE: T[...]

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    9 T o use the faceplate for inboard turning, mount the faceplate to the headstock spindle (shown wit[...]

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    10 The on/off switch (A) Fig. 15 is located on the bracket (B) attached earlier to the rear of the h[...]

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    11 Fig. 19 Fig. 20 C D G For most applications, position the tool rest as close as possible to the w[...]

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    12 REPLACING THE DRIVE BEL T 1 Open the two doors (A) Fig. 26. 2. Hold the handle (B) Fig. 26, and l[...]

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    13 The total bed length of the lathe (center to center) can be increased to 37" by pur chasing [...]

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    14 HOW TO TURN SPINDLES Spindle turning is tur ning a workpiece attached to the lathe centers, and i[...]

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    15 TOOL REST POSITION Mount the tool rest in place about 1/8" away fr om the work and 1/8"[...]

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    16 The alternate position is a palm-down grip (Fig. A12). In this position, the heel of the hand or [...]

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    17 CUTTING A SHOULDER Use the parting tool first to reduce the wood to within 1/16” of the requir [...]

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    18 VEE GROOVES Cutting the vee groove demands much the same technique as the bead, except the skew i[...]

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    19 Place the gouge on the edge of the tool rest so that the grind of the chisel forms an approximate[...]

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    20 F ACEPLA TE TURNING Mount most turnings that cannot be worked between centers on a faceplate. Som[...]

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    21 FREE WARNING LABEL REPLACEMENT If your warning labels become illegible or are missing, call 1-800[...]

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

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

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    24 1. NE P AS F AIRE FONCTIONNER CETTE MACHINE A V ANT QU ’elle ne soit assemblée et installée c[...]

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    25 Fig. A Fig. B BOÎTE À PRISES MISE À LA TERRE BROCHES CONDUCTRICESDE COURANT LA BROCHE DE MISE [...]

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

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    27 ASSEMBLAGE DE L ’INTERRUPTEUR MARCHE/ARRÊT Pour éviter que l’interrupteur MARCHE/ARRÊT ne [...]

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    28 3. Desserrer le levier de blocage (E) fig.5, et insérer le porte- outil (F) dans la base du port[...]

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    29 Pour utiliser le plateau de montage pour un tournage intérieur , monter le plateau de montage su[...]

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    30 L ’interrupteur marche/arrêt (A) fig. 15 est situé sur le support (B) assemblé précédemmen[...]

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    Fig. 19 Fig. 20 C D G Pour la plupart des applications, positionner le porte-outil aussi près que p[...]

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    32 REMPLACEMENT DE LA COURROIE D’ENTRAÎNEMENT 1 Ouvrir les deux portes (A) fig. 26. 2. T enir la [...]

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    33 La longueur totale du banc du tour (centre à centr e) peut être augmentée jusqu’à 94 cm (37[...]

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    34 COMMENT RÉALISER UN TOURNAGE ENTRE POINTES Le tournage entre pointes consiste à tourner une pi?[...]

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    35 POSITION DU PORTE-OUTIL Fixer le porte-outil en place à environ 3,2 mm (1/8 po) de la pièce et [...]

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    36 Il est également possible de tenir le porte-outil paume vers le bas (fig. A12). Dans cette posit[...]

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    37 RÉALISER UN ÉP AULEMENT Utiliser d’abord le ciseau à couper pour que la pièce ne soit plus [...]

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    38 RAINURES EN V Réaliser des rainures en V exige en grande partie la même technique que celle uti[...]

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    39 Placer la gouge au bord du porte-outil de façon à ce que la pointe de meulage du ciseau soit pe[...]

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    40 TOURNAGE SUR PLA TEAU Monter sur un plateau la plupart des pièces qui ne peuvent pas être tourn[...]

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    41 REMPLACEMENT GRA TUIT DE L'ÉTIQUETTE Si vos étiquettes d'avertissement deviennent ill[...]

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

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

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

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

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    46 Fig. D-1 CORDONES DE EXTENSIÓN Utilice cordones de extensión apropiados. Asegúr ese de que el [...]

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    47 ENSAMBLAJE HERRAMIENT AS DE ENSAMBLAJE REQUERIDAS Llave de boca (suministrada) Destornillador Phi[...]

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    48 3. Afloje la palanca de bloqueo (E), Fig.5, e introduzca el soporte de la herramienta (F) en la b[...]

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    49 Para usar la placa frontal para r ealizar torneados inter nos, monte la placa frontal en el eje d[...]

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    50 El interruptor de encendido/apagado (A), Fig. 15, se halla en el soporte (B) que previamente se a[...]

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    51 Fig. 19 Fig. 20 C D G Para la mayoría de las aplicaciones, ubique el soporte de la herramienta t[...]

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    52 REEMPLAZO DE LA CORREA IMPULSORA 1 Abra las dos puertas (A), Fig. 26. 2. Sostenga el mango (B), F[...]

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    53 El lar go total de la bancada del tor no (de centr o a centro) puede aumentar 94 cm (37”) media[...]

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    54 CÓMO TORNEAR EJES El torneado de ejes es el tor neado de la pieza de trabajo acoplada a los cent[...]

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    55 POSICIÓN DEL SOPORTE DE LA HERRAMIENT A Monte el soporte de la herramienta aproximadamente a 3,2[...]

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    56 La posición alternativa corresponde al agarre con la palma hacia abajo (Fig. A12). En esta posic[...]

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    57 CORTE DE UN HOMBR Primero use el escoplo para r educir el diámetro de la madera aproximadamente [...]

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    58 RANURAS EN V Cortar ranuras en V demanda una técnica muy parecida a la de cortes convexos, con l[...]

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    59 Coloque la gubia en el borde del soporte de la herramienta de modo que el pulidor del cincel form[...]

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    60 TORNEADO EN LA PLACA FRONT AL Monte la mayoría de los torneados que no pueden ser trabajados ent[...]

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    61 MANTENIMIENTO MANTENGA LA MÁQUINA LIMPIA Periódicamente sople por todas las entradas de aire co[...]

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    62 MANTENIMIENTO Y REP ARACIONES Con el paso del tiempo, todas las herramientas de calidad requier e[...]

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    63 NOTES[...]

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