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Pioneer PNR 14-150 Operation Manual

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PNR 14-150
OPERATION MANUAL
15" Single Surface
Thickness Planer
©2006 Pioneer Supply International Inc.

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  • Page 1 PNR 14-150 OPERATION MANUAL 15" Single Surface Thickness Planer ©2006 Pioneer Supply International Inc.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Adjusting Alignment on Pulley ...................18 Adjusting V-Belt Tension ....................18 Anti-Kickback Fingers ....................18 Inspecting Knives ......................19 Setting/Replacing Knives ..................19 Feed Rollers and Chip Breaker Adjustments ............20 Feed Roller Spring Tension ..................21 Table Parallelism .......................22 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 3: Contact Information

    SECTION 5: MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule ....................23 Cleaning ........................23 Lubrication .........................23 PARTS BREAKDOWN & LISTING ..............24-27 WARRANTY AND RETURNS ................28-30 Notes .........................31 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 4: General Power Tool Safety Instructions

    © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
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  • Page 7: Additional Safety For Planers

    PLANER USE: WARNING:Do not use this planer for other than its intended use. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury, damage to equipment, or poor work results. © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 8: Specification Sheet

    This information while deemed accurate is not guaranteed. We reserve the right to make changes to all products including specifications, pricing and availability. Pioneer Supply International, Inc. P.O. Box 12308 Salem, OR 97309 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 9: Parts Identification

    Parts Identifi cation - PNR 14-150 Figure 1 A Magnetic Switch B Return Rollers C Table Height Hand wheel D Gearbox E Extension Wing F Table Height Scale G Speed Control Knob H Table Locks - Figure 2 I Lifting Bars...
  • Page 10: Section 2: Power Requirements

    Amperage Draw / Minimum Circuit Requirements The motor on the PNR 14-150 will draw 18 amps during operation. Only connect your machine to a circuit that meets the requirements. Always check to see if the wires and circuit breaker in your circuit are capable of handling the amperage draw from your machine, as well as any other machines that could be operating on the same circuit.
  • Page 11: Contents

    Contents - PNR 14-150 A Planer B Extension Wings C Dust Hood D Dust Hood Hardware E Hand Wheel F Hand Wheel Hardware G Knife Setting Guide Shaft H Open End Wrenches: 8-10, 12-14, 17-19mm Allen Wrenches: 3,4,5,6mm J Set Screws for Extension Wings (6)
  • Page 12: Cleaning

    Moving & Placing Planer The cabinet stand on the PNR 14-150 is equipped with lifting bars (Refer to page 9) to lift and place the plan- er. When lifting the planer with a forklift, place shop rags or cardboard between the forks and cabinet base so you do not scratch the paint.
  • Page 13: Hand Wheel

    If you have a dust collector, attach it to the dust hood now. NOTE: To maximize work results and minimize clogging, chip out, etc., use a dust collector with your planer. Figure 8 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 14: Safety Switch

    NOTE: Replace the gearbox oil after the first 20 hours of operation. This is a normal break-in procedure. Figure 10 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 15: Section 4: Operations / Adjustments

    SECTION 4: Operations / Adjustments Your Pioneer thickness planer has been fully adjusted at the factory and no further setup is required to oper- ate your machine. However, because of handling and transit, some of these adjustments may need to be repeated to ensure optimum cutting results.
  • Page 16: Operation Tips

    WARNING: Only change the speeds when the planer is running, but DO NOT attempt to change speeds during any cutting opera- tions or damage to the gearbox will result. Figure 13 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 17: Adjusting Height / Depth Of Cut

    Before adjusting height, the lock knobs must be loosened. When required height is obtained, tight- en the lock knobs. (Figure 15-A) The scale displaying the height increments is located on right front column. (Figure 16) © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 18: Adjusting Alignment On Pulley

    Do not apply oil or other lubricants, which would attract dust and dirt. Figure 21 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 19: Inspecting Knives

    Figure 22 Figure 23 Gib Bolts To Lock To Loosen Figure 25 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 20: Feed Rollers And Chip Breaker Adjustments

    You will notice the chip breaker and feed rollers are pushed up to the same level as the lowest arc of the planer knife. Figure 28 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 21: Feed Roller Spring Tension

    Adjust all screws to the same depth. Once this is completed adjust the outfeed roller to have slightly more tension that the infeed roller. Lumber should feed smoothly and evenly through the planer. Figure 31 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 22: Table Parallelism

    Table Parallelism Your Pioneer planer is pre-set parallel at the factory and should rarely need adjustment. However, in the instance that lumber is not parallel in width follow the adjustment procedures. Table Parallelism Inspection Cap Screws on Disconnect from power source before performing each Column any adjustments.
  • Page 23: Lubrication

    (Figure 36) DRIVE CHAIN: The drive chain should be inspected and lubricated monthly. Check sprocket/gear, chain and cotter pin during inspection. Use a general purpose grease. Some chains will have master links instead of cotter pins. © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 24 Parts Breakdown PNR 14-150 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 25 SAFETY PLATE 320196-000 GEAR 011004-102 SPRING PIN 000103-108 CAP SCREW 050276-133 COVER 030701-000 BALL BEARING 380200-901 SCREW 320197-000 GEAR 000203-106 SET SCREW 320160-000 SHAFT 280050-000 SPRING 012003-002 170406-901 HANGER 050280-133 COVER 030209-000 BALL BEARING 360355-901 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 26 Parts Breakdown PNR 14-150 © 2006 Pioneer Supply International © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
  • Page 27 040005-000 HEX. WRENCH 200013-615 PLASTIC PLATE 040004-000 HEX. WRENCH 900144-000 MOTOR ASSEMBLY 040003-000 HEX. WRENCH 601017-000 MOTOR 040201-000 OPEN WRENCH 012202-002 040204-000 OPEN WRENCH 048201-201 HEX NUT 050271-901 MOTOR PULLEY 006001-043 WASHER 008006-100 006001-091 WASHER © 2006 Pioneer Supply International...
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