Grizzly G0709 Owner's Manual: Camlock Stud Installation

14" x 40" gunsmithing lathe.
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7.
lock the other cams in a star pattern so the
chuck is drawn up evenly on all sides without
any chance of misalignment.
Note: If any of the cam lock marks (see
Figure 24) do not fall between the "V" marks
when the cam lock is tight, you must adjust
the offending camlock stud as discussed in

Camlock Stud Installation.

8.
remove the chuck wrench.
When using this lathe,
securely
clamp
workpiece and remove the
chuck
wrench!
Thrown
objects from a lathe can
cause serious injury or
death to the operator and
to bystanders.
Cap Screw
Installed & Tight
Cam Release
Datum
CORRECT
The Camlock Mark
Stops Between the
"V" Marks.
Timing
Marks
Model G0709 (Mfg. Since 5/11)
your
figure 24. Camlock stud alignment.
camlock Stud Installation
1.
oil and thread each cam stud into the chuck
until the alignment groove is flush with the
chuck surface as shown in figure 24.
2.
install and tighten the locking cap screw for
each stud, making sure that the camlock
studs can slightly rotate back and forth.
3.
place the chuck onto the spindle and tighten
the cam locks in an alternating manner to
avoid cocking the chuck on the spindle.
When tightened:
— if the cam lock mark stops outside of the
"v" marks, remove the chuck and adjust
the cam stud height of the offending studs
one full turn (see figure 24).
— if the final position of each cam mark is
between the two "v" marks as shown in
figure 24, no stud adjustment is required.
Camlock Stud
Must Slightly
Rotate Back/Forth
Cam Lock Positioning:
To Correct :
Turn Stud One Turn In
INCORRECT
The Camlock Mark
Stops After the
"V" Marks.
Initial Adjustment:
Camlock Stud Alignment
Groove is Flush with Chuck
Surface
To Correct:
Turn Stud One Turn Out
INCORRECT
The Camlock Mark
Stops Before the
"V" Marks.
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