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XR-12N

EXTREMA MACHINERY COMPANY, INC.


P.O. BOX 1450, ALBANY, LOUISIANA 70711
(877) 398-7362 FAX (225) 567-2966
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface 3

Safety Rules

General Safety Rules 4


Electrical Safety Rules 5
Safety Rules for Maintenance 6
Warning Label Locations 7
Warning Label 8

Dimensions

Unpacking & Checking Contents 13


Shipping & Receiving Instructions 13
Accessories 14
Lifting the Machine 15
Installation Dimensions 16
Install the Machine 17
Cleaning the Machine & Rust Prevention 18
Connecting the Dust Collection 18
Connecting Power Source Wires 19
Connect the Power Wires 19

Specifications

Specifications 20
Legend of the Machine 21
Label Positions 22
Label 23
Electrical Control Panel 25
Function Description for Electrical Control Panel 26
Layout of Electrical Control Box 27
Electrical Specifications 28
Electric Units Current Consumption 28

Operation

Identification Before Operation 29


Operation Procedures 30
Starting Procedures 30
Lubricator 31
Adjust Height of Pressure Mechanism 34
Adjust Pressure for Pressure Roller 35
Adjust Feed Speed 36
Methods to Stop the Machine 37

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Trouble Shooting

Trouble Shooting (Mechanical Section) 38


Adjusting Fence 39
Trouble Shooting (Electrical Section) 40

Saw-Blade

Select the Proper Saw Blade 41


Replacing the Saw Blade 42
Cutting Example 43
Adjusting the Position of Saw Blade 43
Notices for Work Piece Feeding 44

Maintenance

Cleaning the Machine 45


Adjust V-Belt Tension 45
Lubrication for Gear Reducer 46
Lubrication Instructions 46
Lubrication Locations 47
Electric Supply Connection 48

Parts List

Ordering the Replacement Parts 49


Parts List 50

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PREFACE

When it comes to tough straight ripping problems, we solve them in unique and practical ways.
Our extensive experience in straight ripping technology is fully reflected in the high-
performance EXTREMA Straight Line Rip Saw. The XR-12N produces straight, smooth and
clean edges for perfect glue jointing jobs.

All these features are compulsory for a modernized industrial production. Details of lubrication
and maintenance are clearly described in this manual. Please read first before starting
operation to avoid unnecessary damage.

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GENERAL SAFETY RULES

There is a certain amount of hazard involved with the use of woodworking machinery. Using
the machine with the respect and caution demanded as far as safety precautions are
concerned will considerably lessen the possibility of personal injury. However, if normal safety
precautions are overlooked or ignored, severe personal injury to the operator can occur.

1. Read the operation manual before operating this machine.


2. If you are not thoroughly familiar with the machine operation, obtain advice from a
supervisor or other qualified person.
3. The machine should be disconnected from the power source before performing
maintenance or adjustments to the internal mechanisms, or when making repairs.
4. After maintenance job is finished, check to see if there are any tools or objects left on the
machine. Close all safety guards.
5. Before leaving the machine, make sure the work area is clean.
6. Check timber for loose knots, nails, or other items, which may cause a hazard or affect the
machine’s performance.
7. Learn the machine’s applications and limitations, as well as the specific potential hazards
peculiar to it. Keep the machine in top condition for best and safest performance.
8. Keep all guards in place and in working order.
9. Do not force the machine. It will do the job better and be safer working at the rate for which
it was designed.
10. All children and visitors should be kept a safe distance form the working area.
11. The operator should keep proper footing and balance at all times.
12. Do not operate the machine while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or any other
medication.
13. Avoid awkward operations and hand positions where a sudden slip could cause your hand
to move into the cutterhead.
14. Never leave the machine until it comes to a complete stop, and never leave the machine
running unattended.
15. The employer is responsible for selecting competent and qualified employees.
16. The employer must make sure that employees study and utilize this safety information.
17. Supervisors must alert personnel of any unsafe practices they observe.
18. All employees should be aware of first aid facilities and be encouraged to use them,
regardless of the severity of the injury.
19. Fire prevention must be practiced and fire protection must be available to prevent loss of
life, personal injury, and property damage.
20. Safety shoes should be worn to provide protection against rolling objects, falling objects,
and sharp edges in the workplace.
21. Eye protection should be worn and such devices should be carefully selected, fitted and
used. Compulsory wearing of glasses with impact resistant lenses and side shields is a
good safety policy. All eye protection should conform to ANSI 87 standards.
22. Wear hearing protection when operating the machine.
23. Do not wear rings, necklaces or jewelry around moving machinery.
24. Do not wear loose fitting clothes. Clothing should be comfortable, but long sleeves,
neckties, etc. should not be worn.
25. Do not wear gloves or other hand covering articles around moving machinery.
26. Cover long hair with a hair net or cap.
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27. Protective guards and shields must be in place at all times unless they must be removed
for specific service or maintenance. They should be immediately replaced when service or
maintenance is completed.
28. Make sure that operator clearly knows how to stop the machine before starting work.
29. Never clean or remove chips while the machine is running.
30. Maintain the machine in good operating condition. Report unusual conditions or machine
malfunctions immediately.
31. Do not alter or remove guards and warning labels.
32. Keep the immediate area clean. Do not allow the floor to become slippery, or covered with
dust or obstacles. Dust that accumulates in the work area is a hazard that can cause you
to fall or slip against the machine or its controls.
33. Employees should be required to report to their supervisors any hazardous condition of the
machine or in the immediate area.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY RULES

1. Do not alter or bypass any protective interlock.


2. Before starting the machine, read and observe all warning labels and markings.
3. All electrical trouble shooting and repair should be undertaken by personnel properly
trained and have adequate knowledge and skill.
4. Use extra precautions in damp areas to prevent yourself from accidental grounding.
5. Make sure you and your tools are clear of possible electrical grounding.
6. The control panel doors should be opened only when it is necessary to check the electrical
equipment or electrical wiring.
7. Before supplying power to any equipment, establish without a doubt that all persons are
clear.
8. Be alert and stay focused on your work with no outside distractions.
9. Avoid wearing metal frame glasses or a metallic necklace or chain, and never work on
electrical equipment while wearing rings, watches, or bracelets.
10. When replacing conductors, make sure they conform to the manufacturer’s specifications,
including proper color-coding.
11. Do not alter the electrical circuits. The user is responsible for any machine damage caused
by an unauthorized alteration.
12. Always assume the electrical power is ON and treat circuit as live. This caution develops a
habit that may prevent an accident.
13. Give capacitors time to discharge. Otherwise, it should be done annually with care.
14. Use proper test equipment to make certain you have an open circuit. Test equipment must
be checked and calibrated at regular intervals.
15. Open the control panel doors only when necessary to check the electrical equipment or
wiring. After closing the door, make sure the disconnecting means are operating with the
disconnecting handle mechanism in its proper position.
16. All covers on junction boxes must be closed before leaving any job.

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SAFETY RULES FOR MAINTENANCE

This machine has been factory inspected and tested before shipment so to ensure the
dependable performance for years of operation. However, it is very important to perform
periodical maintenance and cleaning. If any part becomes damaged or worn out, immediately
repair or replace the part to prevent damage on the other mechanisms of the machine and
prevent danger to the operator.

WARNING:
1. Unplug the electrical power before performing maintenance.
2. Pay special attention when replacing the saw blade.

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WARNING LABEL LOCATIONS

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WARNING LABEL

Warning Label (1)

Hazardous Voltage
Unplug Power
Before Servicing

The “Hazardous Voltage” label, shown in figure, is affixed to the electrical control box. The
label warns service personnel to unplug the power supply before attempting any service on
this machine.

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WARNING LABEL

Warning Label (2)

DANGER

Sharp Saw Blade

The “Danger-Sharp Saw Blade” label, shown in figure, is affixed to the saw head. The label
warns the operator and service personnel of the very sharp saw blade and to keep out of this
area except for installing the saw blade.

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WARNING LABEL

Warning Label (3)

! WARNING

Feed Work Piece


From This End

The “Warning-Feed Work-Piece from This End” label, shown in figure, is affixed to the frame at
the in-feed end. It alerts the operator that this is the in-feed end of the machine.

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WARNING LABEL

Warning Label (4)

! Warning

Do Not Stand Against


The Feed Line

The “Warning-Do Not Stand Against the Feed Line” label, shown in figure, is affixed to the
upper front of the machine base. It alerts the operator to stand out of the feed line while
feeding work-pieces into the machine.

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WARNING LABEL

Safety Instructions Label (5)

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1. Do not operate the machine until all guards are in


place.
2. Make sure the machine is properly grounded.
3. Do not wear necktie or loose clothes; wrap long hair.
4. Remove the accessories such as rings, watches or
bracelets, etc.
5. Wear safety glasses and other personal safety
equipment.
6. Unplug electric power before servicing.
7. Do not leave machine running unattended.
8. Refer to instruction manual for complete setup,
operating, and servicing.

The “Safety Instructions” label, shown in figure, is attached to the front of the machine frame.
The label provides convenient safeguard instructions for the operator and service personnel.

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UNPACKING & CHECKING CONTENTS

The machine has been well packed at the manufacturer’s factory and shipped in good
condition. The machine is shipped in one wooden pallet.

Upon receiving the machine, carefully unpack it and check all items as according to the
packing list.

If you find any part is missing or damaged, contact your local distributor immediately or the
manufacturer of the machine. Do not attempt to operate the machine until the missing parts
are obtained and are installed correctly.

SHIPPING & RECEIVING INSTRUCTIONS

This machine has been carefully inspected and tested before packing. It was delivered in
good condition and was shipped in one wooden pallet.

When receiving this machine, inspect the wooden case and check to see if there is any
damage on the wooden pallet. Then check the machine and all items as according to the
packing list.

If there is any damage on the machine or any missing parts, report it to your local distributor or
the machine manufacturer immediately.

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ACCESSORIES

The machine comes with the following accessories:

1. Tool box 1-pc.

2. Oil pot 1-pc.

3. Open-ended wrench 11*13 1-pc.

4. Open-ended wrench 12*14 1-pc.

5. Hex. Wrench set 1-pc.

6. Hex. Wrench 10mm 1-pc.

7. Supplied handle 1-pc.

8. Screw M1250 4-pc.

9. Nut M12 4-pc.

10. Steel pad 4-pc.

11. Fence 1-set

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LIFTING THE MACHINE

The machine should be lifted or moved by a forklift. Make sure the loading capacity of the
forklift is sufficient to raise the machine. Pay special attention to balance while lifting the
machine to prevent dropping the machine. The forks of the forklift must protrude from the
machine bottom for uniform distribution of the entire machine weight.

If there is an electric hoist in the factory, lift the machine by the two lifting rings.

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INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS

It is suggested to leave at least 100mm more than the length of the machine to facilitate work-
piece handling.

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INSTALL THE MACHINE

The machine does not need to be bolted into the concrete floor, but needs a solid, level
concrete floor. Leave proper space around the machine for conveniently handling the
materials to be cut. See the instruction on Installation Dimensions. Four steel pads are
furnished with the machine, which are to be placed under the leveling screws at the corners
under the machine base. Make leveling adjustments after the machine has been located to
the work site.

WARNING:
1. Do not install the machine in a dangerous environment.
2. Do not use the machine in a damp or wet location, or expose to rain.
3. Keep the work well lit.

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CLEANING THE MACHINE & RUST PREVENTION

Once the machine has been unpacked, check to see if the machine and all parts have been
shipped correctly as according to the packing list. Make sure there is no damage or parts
missing.

The machine is coated with rust preventative oil before shipment. When the machine has
been moved to the proper work site, wipe the oil from the machine using a soft cloth soaked in
kerosene. Do not use gasoline, lacquer thinner, or any other volatile solvent, as these may
damage the paint surface of the machine.

CONNECTING THE DUST COLLECTION

The top of the machine is equipped with a dust outlet, which is to be connected to the dust
collector by using a flexible hose. The dust outlet is 5” in diameter. Do not operate this
machine until the dust collector is running, which may prevent a dust jam affecting the
operation performance of the machine.

NOTE: the length of flexible hose should not exceed 6 feet. Flexible hose that is too
long may affect the cutting performance of the machine and the quality of the
cut.

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CONNECTING POWER SOURCE WIRES

The machine needs a three-phase, AC power source. Be certain that the correct power wires
are connected to the correct connection points. This can be identified by checking the saw
blade running direction which should be the same as the arrowhead instruction.

If it runs to the opposite direction, change any two of the three power wires for obtaining the
correct running direction.

Proceed with the electrical wiring as according to the Electrical Wiring Diagram. All electrical
trouble-shooting and repair should be undertaken by personnel properly trained and have
adequate knowledge and skill.

Always close the electrical control panel door to prevent dust from entering into it, as this may
cause damage to the electric circuit. The output wires should be correct in size as rated.
Avoid wetting.

CONNECT THE POWER WIRES

Power Supply 3 phase, 230V/60HZ


Voltage is specified by customers

The setup environment is effective for EMI,


but should be separate from other machines
or facility. Keep the voltage variation in 10%.
Current Saw Blade Drive
Motor: 15 HP

The rated current is 43 A


Circuit Breaker According to the current to select its suitable
breaker, applying to the standards of IEC or
VDE

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SPECIFICATIONS

Max. Working Thickness 3.35”

Min. Working Length 8”

Distance Between Saw & Column 14-3/4”

Saw Arbor Diameter 1”

Saw Blade Diameter 12” (10-85mm)

Feed Speed (Variable) 50-150 ft/min

Saw Arbor Speed 4100 RPM

Arbor Motor 15 HP

Feed Motor 2 HP

Table Area (L x W) 44” x 63”

Table Height 32-1/2”

Dust Hood Outlet Diameter 5” x 1

Machine Dimension 62-1/2” x 37-3/4” x 54-3/4”

Gross Weight 3200 lbs

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LEGEND OF THE MACHINE

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LABEL POSITIONS

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LABEL

Fig

Function

Saw Spindle Direction

Saw Spindle Clamp/Release

Pressure Roller Direction

Pressure Roller Release/Clamp

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LABEL

Fig

Function

Sawblade Running Direction

Feed Speed Low/High

Pressure Roller Adjust Indicator

Feed Guide Plate Adjust Indicator

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ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL

Link chain conveyor Saw blade start Power source


start switch switch switch

Power indication
lamp

Power Lamp

Feeder Spindle Power

Off Off Stop A

Link chain conveyor Saw blade stop Emergency stop Amp Meter
stop switch switch switch for saw drive
motor

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FUNCTION DESCRIPTION FOR ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL

Switch Figure Switch Name Function


1. POWER LAMP Power Indication Lamp When this lamp lights the
machine is under power.

2. Power Source Switch When this switch is


pressed, the machine is
under power and ready
for operation.
POWER

3. STOP Emergency Stop Switch During operation, if any


abnormal motion occurs,
press this switch to stop
all motions of the
machine immediately.
4. Amp. Meter for Saw The Amp. Meter indicates
Motor the cutting load of the
motor.
A

5. Saw Arbor Start Switch Press this switch to start


the saw arbor

SPINDLE

6. Saw Arbor Stop Switch Press this switch to stop


saw arbor.

OFF

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7. Link Chain Conveyor Press this switch to start
Start Switch link chain conveyor. If
the saw arbor does not
FEEDER start, this switch will not
work.

8. Link Chain Conveyor Press this switch to stop


Stop Switch link chain conveyor.

OFF

LAYOUT OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL BOX

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Description Specifications CNNE Model Qty


Power Light 110V 10mm 1
PB3, Light Flat Head Push Button/G 6A,600V 110V 22mm 1A 3
PB5,
PB9
PB2, Flat Head Push Button/R 6A,600V 22mm 1B 3
PB4,
PB8
PB1 Lock Big Head Push Button/R 6A,600V 22mm 1B 1
PB10 Select Switch Button/B 6A,600V 22mm 1A1B 1
MS1 Magnetic Switch 230V,7.5HP 110V 4A1B LC1D256F7 1
MS2 Magnetic Switch 230V,5.5HP 110V 4A1B LC1D186F7 1
MS3, Magnetic Switch 230V,3HP 110V 4A1B LC1D096F7 2
MS1
OL1 Overload 16-24A 1A1B LR3D226 1
OL2 Overload 2.5-4A 1A1B LR3D086 1
OL3 Overload 5.5-8A 1A1B LR3D126 1
MS4 Aided Conne 10A,690V 4A LADN40 1
R1 Relay 5A,240V 110V 2A2B MY2 1
T1 YD Timer 5A,220V 110V 10S 1A1B RE5TA 1
CT 5:100A 1
Current Meter 5:100A 1
F1 Fuse 4A DF6AB10 1
PT 220VA 1
TB1 Terminal Board 60A 1P IN411S 3
TB2 Terminal Board 30A 1P IN20BK 3
TB3 Terminal Board 20A 3P IN13BK 5

ELECTRIC UNITS CURRENT CONSUMPTION

Description Qty Specification


Saw Blade Drive Motor 1 15HP 4P 3PH
230V 60HZ
43A 11.25KW
Feed Drive Motor 1 2HP 4P 3PH
230V 60HZ
2.8A 1.5KW
Lubricator 1 80W

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IDENTIFICATION BEFORE OPERATION

1. Make sure all safety guards are locked in place.


2. Make sure the width of cut is correctly set.
3. Make sure the saw blade is running in the correct direction.
4. Remove all adjustment tools from the machine.
5. Make sure the dust collection system is on.

NOTE: Before starting the machine, be sure to remove the air plug (black plastic)
located on the 2 oil caps (A). Both oil caps are mounted on the gear reducer
located at the backside of the machine.

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OPERATION PROCEDURES

1. Install the saw blade onto the saw head as according to the instructions for saw blade
installation.
2. Close the guard on the dust outlet. Retract the pressure roller and return saw blade to its
original position by using the corresponding switch. Then close the door on the machine
frame.

NOTE: If the door is not closed, the machine cannot be started.

3. Check if the air hoses are connected.


4. Start the link chain conveyor and the saw blade running and keep them running for a while.
At this time check if the machine is running normally. Also, check to see if the automatic
lubrication systems for the link chain conveyor and the saw blade are functioning normally.
5. Make a trial cut at a low speed. Inspect the thickness of the product. If necessary, make
further adjustments for thickness of cut.

STARTING PROCEDURES

1. Press the power source switch. The machine is then ready for operation.
2. Press the saw arbor start switch to start the saw arbor.
3. Press the link start switch. If the saw arbor is not started, this feed start switch is not
effected.

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LUBRICATOR

Check the lubricator everyday to ensure it is functioning normally at all times. Otherwise, a
lubrication failure may cause serious damage to the machine. If the lubricator is damaged,
stop the machine operation immediately to prevent damage on the link chain conveyor due to
lack of lubrication.

For the adjustment of the flow volume, set the “ON” and “OFF” at the respective position for
the selected discharge amount, and the operation is simple. If continued or more lubricating is
required please activate the coercive pumping switch.

Oil Feeding Instructions:

1. Press the “F” key in order to fill up the pipe with oil.
2. If continued lubricating is required, press the “F” key. At that time, the “ACT” indicator is lit
and pumping oil.
3. Pressing the “F” key does not influence the time intervals.
4. The maximum time interval for pumping oil is 4 minutes.

Setting Time Intervals:

1. Set the “ON” and “OFF” at the respective positions for the selected discharge amount.
2. Set the position of time not exceeding 0-60 or 0-180.
3. The “OFF” time should be more than triple the “ON” time.
4. Time value in +3%.
5. The “ACT” indicator will light during the activating phase.
6. The “INT” indicator will light during the intermittent phase.

• When the oil is lower than the minimum level, the “ACT” and “INT” lamps will flicker; the
motor will stop. “ALM” will ring. At this time, refill with clean oil. The time of detection
when oil is needed is 30 seconds.

The oil flows from the lubricator to the oil distributor, then to all lubricating points of the
machine. The connectors (1), (2), and (3) on the oil distributor are used for controlling
lubrication to brushes (1), (2), and (3). Connectors (4) and (5) are used for controlling
lubrication to chain rails (1) and (2).

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LUBRICATOR

Recommended Lubrication:

Viscosity Ambient Temp Shell ISO


32 0-5 Degrees Tonna 32 VG 32
68 5-40 Degrees Tonna 68 VG 68

1. Fill with new oil only. Do not use any reclaimed oil
2. Keep interior of oil box clean.
3. The lubricator is a critical part of the machine. A proper lubrication for the link chain
conveyor is an important factor for ensuring the accuracy of the machine. Make sure the
lubricator works normally and lubrication at the bottom of the link chain conveyor is proper.

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LUBRICATOR

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ADJUST HEIGHT OF PRESSURE MECHANISM

1. Loosen the lock handle (1).


2. Turn the hand wheel (2) for adjusting the height position of pressure mechanism.
3. Tighten the lock handle (1).
4. The thickness of work piece is indicated by the indicator (3). The position of the pressure
roller is 3/32” lower than the indicator. See Fig 1.
5. The height adjustment of pressure mechanism is decided by the thickness of cut. When
cutting a thicker work piece, the indicator can be adjusted to 2-4mm lower than the work
piece for increasing the loading pressure of spring.

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ADJUST PRESSURE FOR PRESSURE ROLLER

Adjust the pressure for the pressure roller as follows:

1. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase the pressure for pressure roller. Loosen
the lock on the adjustment screw before adjusting the pressure. Tighten it securely after
the pressure is adjusted.
2. Turn the adjustment screw counter-clockwise to decrease the pressure for pressure roller.
Loosen the lock on the adjustment screw before adjusting the pressure. Tighten it securely
after the pressure is adjusted.

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ADJUST FEED SPEED

1. Start the caterpillar chain.


2. Loosen the lever (1).
3. Properly adjust the feed speed by shifting the lever (2) rightward and leftward.
4. Tighten the lever (1) securely.
5. The feed speed adjustment is dependent upon the wood material and thickness of cut. For
setting up a cut on new wood or thickness of wood, it is suggested to feed it at a low speed,
then try to increase the feed speed until a proper feed speed is decided. The feed speed
can be identified by the cutting noise, vibration and current consumption on the saw arbor
drive motor.

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METHODS TO STOP THE MACHINE

If there is any accident occurs, use the following switches to stop the machine. Therefore it is
very important to understand the functions of the switches as shown below:

1. Saw Blade Stop Switch:


A. Reverse the machine starting procedures for stopping saw blade.
B. Press this switch to stop the saw blade.
2. Link Chain Conveyor Stop Switch:
Press this switch. The link chain conveyor and the work piece feeding stops.
3. Emergency Stop Switch:
Press this switch; all motions stop immediately.

NOTE:
1. The emergency stop switch is pressed only in emergency situations. Wait until
the machine comes to a complete stop. Open the pressure mechanism and
remove the jammed piece of wood. Rest the pressure mechanism and restart the
machine.
2. Do not press the emergency switch while in normal operation.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING (MECHANICAL SECTION)

Trouble Causes Correction


Saw arbor can’t start. Saw arbor guard or rear Check and close guards.
guard not closed.
Conveyor can’t run. Variable speed belt too loose Adjust variable speed belt
or dropped. tension or replace it.
When saw arbor switch Fix pin not removed, after saw Remove it.
pressed, saw arbor can’t run blade is changed.
and noise comes from motor.
Work piece slips. Pressure roller is too high. Lower pressure roller.
Convex cut causes jointing Saw blade is too dull. Replace saw blade.
failure. Fence is out of alignment. Adjust fence. Refer to fence
adjustment instructions.
Concave cut causes jointing Saw blade is too dull. Replace saw blade.
failure. Fence is out of alignment. Adjust fence. Refer to fence
adjustment instructions.
Uneven product thickness at Saw blade is too dull. Replace saw blade.
front and rear end. Fence is out of alignment. Adjust fence. Refer to fence
adjustment instructions.
Abnormal speed of link chain There is no oil in lubricator. Fill oil.
conveyor. Oil distributor is jammed. Blow off dust with air gun.
Refer to lubricator adjustment.
Variable speed belt loosened. Adjust tension of variable
speed belt.
There is no oil in gear Fill oil.
reducer.
Wood is not cut, or waste Saw blade position is too high Lower saw blade. Refer to
material. to cut a notch into chain saw blade adjustment
block. instructions.
Insufficient power causes saw Use improper saw blade. Use correct saw blade. Refer
blade to stop. to saw blade selection
instructions
Saw arbor belt loosened. Adjust saw arbor belt tension.
Poor square accuracy of Damage caused by poor Replace chain rail and chain
product after cut. lubrication on chain rail and block.
chain block.
Power lamp light on, but Check if emergency stop Change connection point, and
machine can’t start. Motion switch is normal or not. check push button.
can’t start Safety door cover not closed. Close safety door cover.
Overload relay tripped. Replace R1.
Poor starting switch of motor. Replace MS1, MS2.
Power lamp light on, but Poor stop push button. Check PB2, PB3. Replace
machine can’t start. Motor push button.
starts but does not remain on. Replace magnetic switch.

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ADJUSTING FENCE

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TROUBLE SHOOTING (ELECTRICAL SECTION)

Trouble Cause Correction


Check three phase power Check power source
No power. source.
Motor overload relay tripped. Reset overload relay.
Blown fuse. Replace fuse.
Power can’t Check power source. Check three phase power
turn on. source.
YL-60P wire broken. Replace YL-60P.
Lack of phase. Poor connection on magnetic Replace magnetic switch.
switch.
Poor connection on terminals. Replace TB1, TB2.
Screw loosened. Tighten screw.
Motor can’t Running Motor damaged. Replace motor.
run. abnormally. Magnetic switch damaged. Clean motor.
Motor jammed. Clean motor.
Motor burnt Magnetic switch damaged. Replace magnetic switch.
out. Motor bunt out. Replace motor.

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SELECT THE PROPER SAW BLADE

The specification of saw blade may affect the cutting efficiency and operation safety. Select
the proper saw blade according to the hardness of wood material and thickness of cut.

1. Normal Teeth:
Suggested for cutting dry, hard material, the thickness of cut is medium or thin.
2. Big Pitch of Teeth:
Suggest for cutting soft or oil contained thick material.
3. The pitch of teeth may avoid teeth damage resulting from a dust deposit.
4. Saw Blade Specifications:
Bore: 1”
Outside Diameter: 10”-12” (250-305mm)
5. Trimming Saw Blade:
12” (OD) x 4mm (thick) x 48T-36T
6. Split Saw Blade:
12” (OD) x 3mm (thick) x 36T-24T

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REPLACING THE SAW BLADE

1. Turn off and lock out the power, and make sure the saw blade has come to a complete
stop.
2. Loosen the saw arbor lock lever (2). Open the cover on pressure mechanism. Raise the
saw arbor by turning the saw arbor raising hand wheel (3) until the teeth are 5-10mm
higher than the conveyor to avoid teeth damaged by the conveyor. Loosen the wing nut (6)
on the small pressure roller (5), then move away the small pressure roller (5).
3. Open the rear door. Fit the supplied handle (1) into the cross slot on the pulley for fixing
the saw arbor.
4. Loosen the screw (4), then take out the front clamping plate (7).
5. Take out the saw blade.
6. The saw blade teeth should be 1/32”-1/8” lower than the conveyor, but should not be over
1/8”.
7. Always keep the saw blade sharp to reduce the cutting load, and ensure the service life of
the machine.

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CUTTING EXAMPLE

Cutting capacity of the machine:

Thickness range of wood: ¼”-3-5/16”


Maximum width of cut: 14-3/8”
Minimum length of cut: 8”

Do not feed the wood with dimensions out or above ranges to avoid damage on the machine
or serious injury on the operator.

ADJUSTING THE POSITION OF SAW BLADE

Close the safety door. Start the saw blade running. Slowly lower the saw arbor until it cuts
into the rubber 1mm.

The saw blade should be 1/32”-1/8” lower than the chain conveyor. If saw blade is higher than
the chain conveyor, the wood can’t be cut.

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NOTICES FOR WORK PIECE FEEDING

1. Place the skin of wood at topside as shown in Fig 1-A. If it is placed at the bottom, shown
in Fig. 1-B, then the soft part of the wood will be clamped by the rollers which may affect
the feeding smoothness and cutting accuracy.

2. When cutting a warped work piece, place is as shown in Fig. 2-A. Don’t place it as shown
in Fig. 2-B because it may affect feeding smoothness and cutting accuracy.

Place the wood skin at topside. Place the wood skin at bottom.
(CORRECT) (WRONG)
Fig. 1-A Fig. 1-B

The convex side of wood is place The convex side of wood is placed
upward. (CORRECT) downward.
Fig. 2-A (WRONG)
Fig. 2-B

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CLEANING THE MACHINE

The machine needs to be cleaned everyday after operations are finished. Use a compressed
air for cleaning the link chain conveyor, and inside mechanisms such as saw heads, etc. The
link chain conveyor needs to be coated with a thin film of oil.

ADJUST V-BELT TENSION

1. After a long period of operation, the machine’s v-belt may have gradually become
loosened. At this time it is necessary to adjust the v-belt tension.
2. Disconnect and lock out the machine from the power source before adjusting the v-belt
tension.
3. Open the side door of the machine.
4. Turn the v-belt tension adjustment screw (1), (2) on the motor base for adjusting the v-belt
tension.
5. Reverse the above procedures after the v-belt tension has been properly adjusted.

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LUBRICATION FOR GEAR REDUCER

To ensure the gear reducer develops its normal performance, it is important to select proper
viscosity of lubrication oil to fill into the gear reducer. This will provide smooth friction between
gears, high impact resistant performance, and allow high load cutting.

Load Ambient Temp Shell Oil Mobil Oil ISO VG


Mild Load 0°-5° C Omala Oil 150 Mobil Gear 629 ISOVGEP 150
Mild Load 5°-40° C Omala Oil 150 Mobil Gear 629 ISOVGEP 150
Mild Load 40°-65° C Omala Oil 150 Mobil Gear 629 ISOVGEP 150

NOTICES:

1. Change the oil after the initial 100 hours of operation. Also, at this time, clean the interior of
the gear reducer. Afterward, change the oil every 2500 hours of operation.
2. When the gear reducer is used for high speed cutting, in high temperature working
environment, or heavy load cutting, or when forced lubrication system is required, contact
us for further lubrication instruction.
3. Note that insufficient oil may cause noise and fast wear of gears.
4. Excessive oil filled into the gear reducer may cause oil leakage.
5. Fill oil into the gear reducer until the oil level reaches over half of its full capacity.

LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Lubrication Points Methods Lubricants Frequency


Oil cups at arbor and Fill oil Shell slide oil T68 Once daily
both ends of slot (Sliway Tonna 68)
pieces
Elevation screw Greasing with brush Grease Once monthly
under bevel gear box
Flange bearing under Grease gun Shell grease R2 Once per two weeks
hand wheel (Grease Alvania R2)
Two grease nipples Grease gun Grease Once monthly
on the arbor
Oil box of lubricator Fill oil Shell slide oil T68 Fill oil when alarm
(Sliway Tonna 68) sounds
Flange bearing of Grease gun Shell grease R2 Once per two weeks
chain wheel (Grease Alvania R2)
Screw near the arbor Greasing with brush Grease Once daily
Oil box of gear Fill oil Shell Omala 320 Once monthly
reducer
Two grease nipples Grease gun Grease Once weekly
on the left small
pressure roller arm

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LUBRICATION LOCATIONS

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ELECTRIC SUPPLY CONNECTION

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ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS

All parts listed may be ordered directly from your local distributor or the manufacturer of the
machine. When ordering the replacement parts, always give the following information:

1. Date of manufacturing
2. Machine model number
3. Parts number
4. Required quantities

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A: BASE ASSEMBLY

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A: Base Assembly
No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Base 1 365N001P
2 Spring 1 365104
3 Rear Chain Wheel Guard 1 365103
4 Flanged Bearing UCP205 4 BUCP205
5 Rear Chain Wheel Guard 1 365016
6 Gear Reducer 1 365013
7 Pulley (Gear Reducer) 1 365014
8 Center Screw 2 365011
9 Saw Arbor Motor Base 1 365003
10 Saw Arbor Motor 1 MC15HP4P
11 Motor Base 1 365135
12 Motor Pulley 1 365004
13 Feed Motor Guard 1 365105
14 Variable Pulley 1 365013-2
15 Feed Drive Motor 1 MC2HP2/4P
16 Stop Collar 1 365007-2
17 Feed Motor Base 1 365006
18 Dust Removing Brush 3 365010A
19 Dust Hood 1 365114
20 Front Door 1 365N100
21 Adjustable Rocker Arm 1 365008
22 Handle 1 HTRT1230
23 Front Chain Wheel Guard 1 365N102P
24 Electrical Control Box 1 365PF
25 Plastic Handle (With Screw) 1 HFN8010
26 Front Chain Wheel 1 365017
27 Front Chain Wheel Shaft 1 365018
28 Front Chain Wheel Shaft 1 365N0143
29 Anti-Kickback Finger 29 365N142
30 Anti-Kickback Finger Washer SW2028
31 Chain Block Front Guard 1 365N024
32 Lubrication 1 OCESD
33 Oil Distributor 1 O365
34 Motor Guard 1 365106
35 Fixed Stock 1 365178
36 Arbor Flange 1 365176
37 Arbor Flange 1 365175
38 Control Box 1 365126
39 Brake Base 1 365181
40 Fix Shaft 1 365180
41 Brake 1 650D052
42 General Purpose Unit 1 AC1/4-1
43 Electro-Magnetic Valve 1 GAV1/4

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B: UPPER ASSEMBLY

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B: Upper Assembly
No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Upper Mechanism 1 365029
2 B1: Saw arbor Assembly 1 B1
3 Fix Shaft 1 365030
4 Fix Collar 1 365031
5 Supplied Handle 1 365115
6 Lock Screw 1 365054
7 Elevation Nut 1 365068
8 Lifting Ring 2 SBN12
9 Rear Cover 1 365107
10 Handle 1 HTRM12
11 Saw Arbor Raising Assembly 1 365056A
12 Handle Wheel 1 365049
13 Saw Arbor Raising Nut 1 365049
14 Flanged Bearing BLFT-207 1 BLF207J
15 Saw Arbor Raising Screw 1 365048
16 Lock Nut 1 320063
17 Washer 1 650D200
18 Hexagonal Socket Head Screw M8x20 2 SC820
19 Retaining Ring External S-35 1 SC35
20 Handle Wheel 1 HCB200

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B1: SAW ARBOR ASSEMBLY

B1: Saw Arbor Assembly


No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Quill 1 365032
2 Spacer 1 365043
3 Saw Arbor Rear Cap 1 365044
4 Saw Arbor Pulley 1 365045
5 Washer 1 365046
6 Bearing Lock Nut 1 SAN08
7 Bearing Spacer 1 365039
8 Saw Arbor Front Cap 1 365036
9 Saw Arbor 1 365033
10 Bearing 7208CDB/GL P5 2 B7208CDP5
11 Bearing 6306-NK (NSL) 1 B6306N
12 Bearing Spacer 1 365038
13 Teeth Washer 1 SAW08
14 Saw Blade Front Clamping Plate 1 365035
15 Socket Head Cap Screw M12x25 1 SC1245
16 Motor Base 1 365136
17 Saw Blade 1 365PH

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C: LINK CHAIN CONVEYOR ASSEMBLY

C: Link Chain Conveyor Assembly


No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Rail 1 365N019
2 Conveyor Chain 1 365N021
3 Conveyor Block 38 365022
4 Rubber 38 365022-A

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D: PRESSURE ASSEMBLY

D: Pressure Assembly
Qty Part Description Qty Part No
1 Pressure Mechanism 1 365066
2 Door Latch 2 365096
3 Door (Pressure Mechanism) 1 365070
4 D2: Small Pressure Roller Assembly 1 D2
5 D1: Big Pressure Roller Assembly 2 D1
6 D1: Big Pressure Roller Assembly 2 D1
7 D3: Left Small Pressure Roller Assembly 1 D3
8 Plastic Knob 1 HENF6312
9 Slide Piece 1 365067
10 Scale Holder 1 365133
11 Handle 1 HTR1230
12 Pressure Roller Shaft 1 365N155
13 Pressure Roller Shaft 3 365N156
14 Fix shaft 1 365N084
15 Anti-Kickback Finger 1 365N094
16 Anti-Kickback Finger Washer 1 SW2028

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D1: BIG PRESSURE ROLLER ASSEMBLY

D1: Big Pressure Roller Assembly


No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Big Pressure Roller Shaft 1 366072
2 Big Pressure Roller 1 365074
3 Bearing 6204-2NK (2NSL) 2 B6204NN
4 Spring 1 365080-1
5 Nut M8 3 SN8
6 Socket Headless Set Screw M8x60 1 SS860
7 Spring Hold Piece 1 365083
8 Washer 8MM 1 SW8
9 Retaining Ring External E-15 2 SCE15
10 Big Pressure Roller Rocker Arm 1 366071
11 Dry Bearing LFB-2015 2 BLFB2015
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D2: RIGHT SMALL PRESSURE ROLLER ASSEMBLY

D2: Right Small Pressure Roller Assembly


No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Roller Guard 2 365089
2 Retaining Ring External S-15 2 SCS15
3 Bearing 6202 4 B6202NN
4 Small Pressure Roller 2 365086/87
5 Front Small Pressure Roller Shaft 1 365085-1
6 Wing Screw 8MM 1 SD820
7 Washer 8mm 3 SW8
8 Hexagonal Head Screw M8x16 1 SA816
9 Hexagonal Socket Head Screw M8x20 4 SC820
10 Dry Bearing LFB-2020 2 BLFB2020
11 Small Pressure Roller Guard 1 366073
12 Rear Small Pressure Roller Shaft 1 365085
13 Spring 8MM 3 SSW8
14 Spring 2 365080
15 Nut M8 6 SN8
16 Socket Headless Set Screw M8x60 2 SS860
17 Spring Hold Piece 2 365083
18 Small Pressure Roller Arm 1 366075
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D3: LEFT SMALL PRESSURE ROLLER ASSEMBLY

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D3: Left Small Pressure Roller Assembly
No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Roller Guard 2 365089
2 Retaining Ring External S-15 2 SCS15
3 Bearing 6202 4 B6202NN
4 Small Pressure Roller 2 365086/87
5 Front Small Pressure Roller Shaft 1 365085-1
6 Wing Screw 8MM 1 SD820
7 Washer 8mm 3 SW8
8 Hexagonal Head Screw M8x16 1 SA816
9 Hexagonal Socket Head Screw M8x20 4 SC820
10 Dry Bearing LFB-2020 2 BLFB2020
11 Small Pressure Roller Guard 1 366073
12 Rear Small Pressure Roller Shaft 1 365085
13 Spring 8MM 3 SSW8
14 Spring 2 365080
15 Nut M8 6 SN8
16 Socket Headless Set Screw M8x60 2 SS860
17 Spring Hold Piece 2 365083
18 Small Pressure Roller Arm 1 366076

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E: FRONT ANTI-KICKBACK FINGER ASSEMBLY

E: Front Anti-Kickback Finger Assembly


No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Fix Shaft 1 366091
2 Anti-Kickback Finger (Long) 38 366093
3 Anti-Kickback Finger Shaft 1 366091
4 Rocker Handle 1 365012-1
5 Outer Guard 1 366098
6 Base 1 366127
7 Rocker 1 366139
8 Rocker Handle Base 1 366012
9 Rocker Handle 1 366130
10 Anti-Kickback Finger Washer 37 SW2028
11 Scale 1 366125

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F: FENCE ASSEMBLY

F: Fence Assembly
No Part Description Qty Part No
1 Front Board 1 002-365N
2 Fence Rail 1 023-365N
3 Fence Front Guard 1 116-365N
4 Hexagonal Socket Head Screw M8x20 1 SC820
5 Washer 8mm 1 SW8
6 Fence Gear 1 148-365N
7 Dry Bearing 1510 2 BLFB1510
8 Fence Gear shaft 1 151-365N
9 Fence Gear 1 149-365N
10 Fence Gear Shaft 1 150-365N
11 Fence Bracket 1 025-365N
12 Dry Bearing 2015 2 DU2010
13 Stop Collar 1 073-320
14 Handle 1 HTRT1001225L
15 Hand Wheel 1 152-365N
16 Copper Rod 1 025-1-365
17 Fence 1 027-365N
18 Fence Shaft 1 137-365N
19 Nut M16 1 SN16

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