Black & Decker Workmate 79-020 Owner's Manual

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WORKMATE®
Bench Top Work Center and Vise
METAL VISE
JAW COVERS
SWIVEL GRIPS (4)
V-GROOVES
WING SCREWS (2)
• Can b e mounted with included clamps o n any work surface u p t o 21/2" thick.
Suction cups on bottom provide added stability and minimize marring of the work
surface.
• 1 6 " Vise Jaws open up to 51/4" wide. Included Metal Vise Jaw Covers can be used
to protect the vise jaws when gripping objects with shapes o r edges that could
damage the jaws.
• Swivel Grips hold irregular shapes and lumber u p t o 121/2" wide, u p t o 1 4 "
diagonally.
• Surface can be tilted to 15°, 30° or 45° for use in craft or hobby work.
• V -grooves in vise jaws hold pipe or tubing in horizontal or vertical positions.
• Can be hung on wall or stored under workbench when not in use.
Please read this manual carefully so that you can take full advantage of the versatility
of the WORKMATE®.
OWNER' S MANUAL
Black s Decker ,
Tilt Top 16" Model 79-020
(FOR TILT)
-DOUBLE VISE JAWS
BENCH CLAMPS
VISE HANDLES (2)

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  Summary of Contents for Black & Decker Workmate 79-020

  • Page 1 Black s Decker , WORKMATE® Bench Top Work Center and Vise Tilt Top 16" Model 79-020 METAL VISE -DOUBLE VISE JAWS JAW COVERS SWIVEL GRIPS (4) V-GROOVES WING SCREWS (2) VISE HANDLES (2) (FOR TILT) BENCH CLAMPS • Can b e mounted with included clamps o n any work surface u p t o 21/2" thick. Suction cups on bottom provide added stability and minimize marring of the work surface.
  • Page 2 ASSEMBLY (Figure 1) SWIVEL G R I P 1. P u s h H a n d l e G r i p s i n t o H a n d l e A r m s until they snap into position. 2.
  • Page 3 SAFETY RULES 1. Do not load the WORKMATE® with more than 350 pounds when top surface is horizontal. Do not exceed 40 pounds when surface is tilted. 2. Do not apply an unbalanced load which could cause the WORKMATE® to tip. 3.
  • Page 4 WORKING with the WORKMATE The prime feature o f the WORKMATE i s its ability t o hold a great variety o f differently shaped p i e c e s i n a secure, c o n v e n i e n t w o r k i n g p o s i t i o n . B o t h h a n d s r e m a i n f r e e t o hold tools properly and safely.
  • Page 5 FIG. 7 FIG 6 FIG. 9 FIG. 8 NOT USE OF METAL VISE JAW COVERS IN FIG. 8. Sawing tubular pieces is easy when they are held horizontally i n t h e V -Grooves running along the faces Of the vise jaws (Figure 8).
  • Page 6 USING STATIONARY POWER TOOLS and POWER TOOL STANDS Construct individual m o u n t i n g boards f o r the a b o v e e q u i p m e n t , w h i c h c a n b e moved o n o r o f f o f t h e Wo r k m a t e a s required.
  • Page 7 TILTING the WORK SURFACE The t o p o f t h e W O R K M AT E ® m a y b e tilted t o 1 5 ° , 3 0 ' o r 4 5 ° f o r u s e i n c r a f t or h o b b y w o r k s u c h a s w o o d b u r n i n g I .
  • Page 8 STORAGE Bench Clamps can be stored in the base b y lifting the edge of e a c h r u b b e r c u p and pushing t h e c l a m p into i t s storage slot (Figure 19).