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Basic Drill Press Operation; Installing Drills - Craftsman 113.213151 Owner's Manual

Motorized 15-inch floor model drill press
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press
Follow the foilowing instruction,
s foroperat ng you_ drll
press toget the best _esu ts aridto Rin}r__ ze t!e ikeli
hood of personal injury.
WARNING: For your own safety, a_ways observe]
I the safety precautions
here and on pages 2. 3, l
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4.
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!, Protection: Eyes, Hands, Face, Earsand Body
WARNING: To avoid being pulled
into the spin-
ning tool-
I. Do NOT wear:
- gloves
- necktie
- loose clothing
- jewelry
2. Do tie back long hair
a.
b.
c,
d,
If any part of your drill press is rams{rig, f.'nalfunc-
Itching,- has been damaged
or broken
such
as the motor switch,
or other ope_atmg control.
a safety
device
or the power
cord
, . (:ease
operating
immediately
until the particu!ar
part
is p_operly repaired
or replaced
Never
place
your
fingers
in a position
where
they could contact
the drill of other cutting
toci
if the workpiece
should
unexpectedly
shift or
your hand should
slip.
To avoid injury from parts thrown by the spring,
follow
instructions
exactly
as gwen and shown
in adjusting
spring
tension
of quill
To prevent the workpiece
from being torn from
your hands, spinning
of the tool. shattering
the
tool or being
thrown,
always
properly
support
your work so it won't
shift or bind on the tool:
--
Always
position
BACKUP
MATERIAL
(use
beneath
the workpiece)
to contact
the left
side of the column.
--
Whenever
possible,
position
the WORK-
PIECE to contact
the
!eft side of the col-
umn-if
it is too short or the table is tilled,
clamp solidly to the table
use table stets or
clamping
ledge around
the outside
edge of
the table.
-
When using a drill press VICE, always fasten
it to the table.
--
Never
do any work
"FREEHAND"
(hand-
holding workpiece
rather
than supporting
it
on the table),
except
when polishing
operation
__ Securely
lock Head and Support
to Column,
Table
Arm to support,
and Table to Tab!e
Arm
before
operating
drill press.
._
Never
move
the Head
or Table while
the
_:oot is running.
_
Before
starting
the operation,
jog the motor
switch
to make sure the drill or other cutting
tool
does
not wobble
or cause
vibration.
-
If a vvorkpiece
overhangs
the table such that
it wilt
fall or tip if not held
clamp
it to the
table
or provide
auxiliary
support.
...... use
fixtures
for
unusual
operations
to
adequately
hold, guide
and position
work-
piece.
..... Use
the
SPINDLE
SPEED
recommended
for
the specific
operation
and workpiece
ma-
teria!-check
the panel on the left side of
the
head
for drilling
information:
for acces-
sories,
refer to the instructions
provided
with
the
accessories.
÷ Never
c_imb
on the drili press
Table,
it could
break
or pull the entire drill press down on you,
g
Turn
the
motor
Switch
Off and put away the
Switch
Key
when leaving
the drill press,
h
To avoid
injury from thrown work or tool contact,
do
NOT
perform
layout,
assembly,
or setup
work
on
the table while the cutting
tool is rotat-
ing.
2. Use
only
accessories
designed
for
this
drit_
press
to
avoid
serious
injury
from
thrown
bro-
ken parts
or work pieces.
a. When
cutting
large diameter
holes:
Clamp
the
workpiece
firmly
to the
table.
Otherwise
the cutter
may grab
and spin it at
high
speed.
Use only
one piece, cup-type,
hote cutters,
DO NOT
use fly cutters
or multi-part
hole cut-
ters
as
they
can come
apart or become
unbal-
anced
in use.
Keep
speed
below
1,500 RPM
b. Drum
sanders
must
NEVER
be operated
on
this
drill
press
at a speed
greater
than
1800
RPM.
c.
Do not
install
or use any drill that exceeds
7" in
length
or extends
6" below the chuck jaws. They
can suddenly
bend outward
or break.
d. Do not
use
wire wheels,
router bits, shaper cut-
ters,
circle
(fly) cutters or rotary
planers on the
drill press.
INSTALUNG
DRILLS
iN CHUCK
With the switch
off and the key
removed,
insert drill
into chuck
far enough to obtain
maximum
GRIPPING
of the CHUCK
JAWS..,
the jaws are approx,
t" long.
When
using a small drill do not insert it so far that the
jaws touch
the flutes
(spiral grooves)
of the drill.
Make
sure that the drill is CENTERED
in the chuck
before tightening
the chuck with the key.
Tighten
the drill sufficiently,
so that it does not SLIP
while drilling.
Turn
the
chuck
key
clockwise
to
tighten_-_coun..
terclockwise
to loosen.
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JAWS
;K KEY

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