Epson 36-714 manual

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL Delta 10" Hybrid Saw (Model 36-714) P ART NO. A08139 - 06-14-05 Copyright ©[...]

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    2 T ABLE OF CONTENTS Read and understand all warnings and operating instructions before using any to[...]

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

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    4 GENERAL SAFETY RULES READ AND UNDERST AND ALL W ARNINGS AND OPERA TING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING T[...]

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    5 F AILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MA Y RESUL T IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJUR Y . ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC SAFE[...]

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    6 6 A separate electrical circuit should be used for your machines. This cir cuit should not be less[...]

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

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    CAR TON CONTENTS Fig. 1 Parts 1. Cast Iron Extension Wings (2) 2. Switch Assembly 3. Fence Holder Br[...]

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

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    10 Fig. 4 DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. T o bolt the saw to a permanent location, remove the[...]

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    DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. First, lift motor and remove foam packing block fr om around m[...]

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    12 Fig. 10 DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. Assemble left extension wing (A) Fig. 10A to the sa[...]

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    13 INST ALLING THE SWITCH DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. 1. Place switch (A) Fig. 11, behind [...]

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    14 ASSEMBLING BLADE GUARD AND SPLITTER ASSEMBL Y DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE . MAKE SURE BL[...]

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    15 5. If alignment is necessary , loosen the two screws (F) Fig. 18, align bracket (D) with the inne[...]

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    16 SAW BLADE DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. 1. Raise the saw blade arbor to its maximum heigh[...]

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    17 Fig. 26 L P INST ALLING T ABLE INSER T DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. Lower saw blade and [...]

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    18 ASSEMBLING MITER GAGE DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE Place a flat washer (A) Fig 30 on the [...]

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    19 Fig. 33 C Fig. 34 E D ADJUSTING 90 DEGREE AND 45 DEGREE POSITIVE STOPS The machine is equipped wi[...]

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    20 Fig. 38 A B D C BACKLASH ADJUSTMENTS DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE. After a period of exte[...]

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    21 MITER GAGE OPERA TION AND ADJUSTMENT The miter gage is equipped with adjustable index stops at 90[...]

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    22 CROSS-CUTTING Cross-cutting r equires the use of the miter gage to position and guide the work. P[...]

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    23 Ripping is cutting lengthwise through a boar d, (Fig. 45). NOTE : Be sure the material to be cut [...]

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    24 Fig. 49 Fig. 51 Fig. 50 H G USING MOULDING CUTTERHEAD Moulding is cutting a shape on the edge or [...]

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    25 Fig. 56 Fig. 54 Fig. 55 Fig. 53 1. Dadoing is cutting a rabbet or wide groove into the work. Most[...]

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

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    27 When ripping work less than 4 inches wide, a push stick should be used to complete the feed and c[...]

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    28 P AR TS, SERVICE OR WARRANTY ASSIST ANCE All Delta Machines and accessories are manufactur ed to [...]

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    29 A complete line of accessories is available from your Delta Supplier , Porter -Cable • Delta Fa[...]

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    30 NOTES[...]

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    31 NOTES[...]

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