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DEFINITION OF TERMS Anti-Kickback Fingers – A safety device attached to Heeling – The misalignment of the blade to the miter the blade guard and splitter assembly designed to slots; when the blade is not parallel to the miter slots. minimize the chance of a workpiece being thrown back during a cutting operation.
GENERAL SAFETY WARNING WARNING TO AVOID serious injury and damage to the machine, read and follow all Safety and Operating Instructions before assembling and operating this machine. This manual is not totally comprehensive. It does not Exposure to the dust created by power sanding, saw- and can not convey every possible safety and opera- ing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities tional problem which may arise while using this...
11. DO NOT FORCE the machine to perform an opera- WARNING tion for which it was not designed. It will do a safer and higher quality job by only performing operations for which the machine was intended. 12. DO NOT stand on a machine. Serious injury could result if it tips over or you accidentally contact any 3.
9. DO NOT handle the plug or table saw with wet hands. 10. USE accessories only recommended by Steel City. 11. DO NOT pull the table saw by the power cord. 4. TO REDUCE the risk of electrical shock. DO NEVER allow the power cord to come in contact NOT use this machine outdoors.
230 volt in the ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual. This manual is written for two specific models, MODEL NO 35605 Model No 35600 and Model No 35605. Please follow The switch provided with your saw is a magnetic switch the specific requirements for your model saw.
The motor supplied with your machine is either a 0 to 6 Amps 18 AWG 18 AWG 16 AWG 115/230 dual voltage motor (Model 35600) or a dedicat- 6 to 10 Amps 18 AWG 18 AWG 14 AWG ed 230 volt, single phase motor (Model 35605). Never...
For missing parts, Remove any protective materials and coatings from all contact Steel City at 1-877-SC4-TOOL. of the parts and the table saw. The protective coatings A) Dust Port E) Handwheel Lock Knob (2)
L) M8 x 1.25 x 30mm Hex Head Screw (8) M) M8 Flat Washer N) M8 Lockwasher O) 1/4-20 x 1/2” Round Head Screw (10) P) Cast Iron Wings (2)
ASSEMBLY POLY-V BELT ASSEMBLY WARNING WARNING • The table saw is a heavy machine; two people may be required for certain assembly operations. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- • DO NOT assemble the table saw until you are sure ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
1. Before installing the extension wings on the table HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY saw, thread the four M6 X 15mm set screws (A) into the threaded holes in the wings. Only screw them WARNING in about 1/3 of the way for now. SEE FIG. 3. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- Fig.
WRENCH AND FENCE 2. Place the threaded end of the mounting splitter rod (A) through the hole (B) in the rear of the cabinet. HOOK ASSEMBLY Place a M12 hex nut (not shown) onto the threaded end of the mounting splitter rod inside of the cabi- WARNING net and tighten securely.
Fig. 11 7. Place a square (N) onto the saw table and against the splitter assembly (O) behind the kickback fin- gers (P). Make adjustments to the splitter bracket assembly (Q) so that the splitter is square to the saw table. Once square, tighten the two hex socket head screws on the bottom of the splitter bracket assembly.
CONNECTING SWITCH CORD Fig. 13B TO MOTOR CORD WARNING MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE. 1. Place the switch cord (A) through hole (B) in front of cabinet. SEE FIG. 13A. Fig. 13A 2. Open motor cover, insert three prong switch cord (C) into three hole outlet (D) of the motor cord.
ADJUSTMENTS RAISING AND To tilt the blade bevel to 45-degrees, loosen the hand- wheel lock knob (counterclockwise) and turn the hand- LOWERING THE BLADE wheel clockwise. When the saw blade is at 45-degrees it will come into contact with the adjustable positive stop Fig.
Fig. 18 CHECKING BLADE ALIGNMENT Blade heel is the misalignment of the blade to the miter slots. This means that the blade is not parallel to the miter slots. The blade is set parallel at the factory and should not need any adjustments. You can check this by using a dial indicator (not included) or a combination square (not included).
Fig. 21 Fig. 22 1. To align the blade parallel to the miter slot, first loosen two hex head screws (A) under the left side of the table saw. This is the same side as the bevel handwheel (B). SEE FIG. 22. 6.
TABLE INSERT ADJUSTMENT CHANGING MOTOR VOLTAGE This section only applies to Model 35600 WARNING with the 1-3/4HP Motor. The 35605 Model with the 3HP motor will only run at 230V. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
CHANGING THE SAW BLADE ALIGNING SPLITTER BRACKET WARNING WARNING • Turn the power switch “OFF” and unplug the MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- power cord from its power source when chang- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE. ing the saw blade. •...
MITER GAUGE ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTING POSITIVE STOPS Fig. 30 WARNING MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE. Fig. 29 1. To adjust 0-degree positive stops, loosen knob (B), pull out on plunger (C) and turn miter gauge over. 2.
OPERATIONS 1. The ON/OFF switch is located under the front rail CAUTION on the table saw. • A separate electrical circuit should be used for your 2. To turn the table saw on, press the green “START” table saw. The circuit should not be less than #14 button (A) in one-half inch.
PRE-RUN CHECK WARNING WARNING MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SAW IS DISCONNECT- ED FROM THE POWER SOURCE. Before you begin to use your Table Saw, you should give it a thorough inspection, making sure you ask WARNING yourself the following questions: 1.
BLADE SELECTION 3. Combination Blade: Used for cutting with and across the grain. A compromise between a rip blade Choosing the correct blade for the job is essential for and a cross-cut blade, a 10” combination blade will the safe and efficient use of your table saw. Ignoring typically have between 40-50 teeth.
CROSSCUTTING RIPPING Crosscutting means cutting across the grain of the Ripping means to cut with the grain of the wood. In wood. In wood products without grain (i.e. MDF, other materials such as MDF or plywood, ripping simply particleboard), crosscutting simply means cutting across means to cut lengthwise.
Do not stand directly behind the workpiece when WARNING ripping. SEE FIG. 36. Fig. 36 Dado operations present very real hazards requiring proper procedures to avoid serious injury. The chance of kickback is always greater when dado blades are used so extra precautions must be used.
MAINTENANCE BACKLASH ADJUSTMENTS FOR To clean and maintain the unpainted cast iron surfaces: BLADE RAISING/LOWERING AND BLADE TILTING ASSEMBLIES • Apply a heavy coat of WD-40 onto the unpainted cast iron surface. If any play is detected in the blade raising/lowering or •...
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE This section covers the most common processing problems encountered in sawing and what to do about them. Do not make any adjustments until the table saw is unplugged from the power source and moving parts have come to a complete stop. PROBLEM LIKELY CAUSE(S) SOLUTION...
PART PART DESCRIPTION QTY. DESCRIPTION QTY. OR91767 5/8-18 JAM NUT OR91790 SHAFT 200A OR91824 5x5x15 KEY OR91757 M5 x 20mm HEX SOC HD SCR OR91020 ARBOR PULLEY ( 1.75 HP) OR91744 GEAR 201A OR70143 ARBOR PULLEY ( 3 HP) 242A OR91792 3mm x 15mm SPRING PIN OR91732...
PART PART DESCRIPTION QTY. DESCRIPTION QTY. OR70159 CABINET ASSY WELDMENT OR91787 1/4-20 x 3/8 PAN HD TAP 301A OR70322 SPEC TAG (1.75 HP) OR91737 CABLE CLAMP 301B OR70160 BEVEL SCALE OR91787 1/4-20 x 3/8 PAN HD TAP 301C OR91566 BLADE ELEVATION AND TILT LABEL OR91128 DUST PORT 301D...