Metal Band Saw Troubleshooting

Metal Band Saw Troubleshooting

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1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE BAND SAW JWBS-12 BMX Tool Group AG (WMH Tool Group AG) Banshtrasse 24, CH-8603 Schwerzenbach Band saw JWBS GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS The machine is designed for sawing wood products and similar materials, as well as hard polymeric materials. Do not cut metal products. Processing of other materials is unacceptable, or can only be done after consultation with company representatives. In addition to the safety instructions contained in the operating instructions and the specific requirements of your country, the generally accepted technical rules for working on woodworking machines must be taken into account. Each deviation from these rules during use is considered as improper use and the seller is not responsible for damage resulting from this. No technical changes can be made to the machine. Responsibility rests solely with the user. Use the machine only in technically sound condition. When working on the machine, all guards and covers must be installed. The machine is allowed to operate by persons who are familiar with its work, maintenance and warned of possible dangers. If you discover damage during transport during unpacking, notify your seller immediately. Do not start the machine! 1

2 2. DELIVERY KIT Width of a saw tape mm Thickness of a saw tape. 0.4 0.5 mm 1. Lower stand for the machine Cutting speed: m / min 2. Work table Work table (L x W) x355 mm 3. Longitudinal stop Turning the saw table / Stop tires Working height mm 5. Saw tape 6 mm Connect a vacuum cleaner. 50 (100) mm 6. Exhaust connection 50/100 mm Dimensions of the machine 7. Mounting accessories LxWxH x650x1590mm 8. Instructions for use Weight of the machine kg 9. List of spare parts Network connection. 230V

1 / N / PE 50Hz 3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Output power. 0.37 kW (0.5HP) S1 Operating current. 3 A Diameter of rollers mm Connecting wire (H07RN-F): 3x1mm² Cutting width. max. 303 mm fuse A Cutting height. max 155 mm Length of saw blade mm 4. GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The machine should only be used in a technically sound condition. When working on the machine, all guards and covers must be installed. In addition to the safety instructions contained in the operating instructions and the specific requirements of your country, the generally accepted technical rules for working on woodworking machines must be taken into account. Each use deviating from these rules is considered as improper use and the manufacturer is not liable for damage resulting from this. Responsibility rests solely with the user. Woodworking machines with unskilled handling pose a certain danger. Therefore, for safe operation, the existing safety regulations and the following instructions must be observed. Read and read the entire instruction manual before you begin installation and operation of the machine. Keep the instruction manual, protecting it from dirt and moisture, near the machine and pass it on to the new owner of the machine. It is not allowed to carry out any changes, additions or rebuildings on the machine. Every day, before turning on the machine, check that it is working properly and that the necessary protective devices are present. Every day, before turning on the machine, check that it is working properly and that the necessary protective equipment is available. It is necessary to report the discovered shortcomings on the machine or protective devices and eliminate them with the assistance of authorized employees. In such cases, do not carry out any work on the machine; secure the machine by pulling the mains plug. To protect long hair, you must wear a cap or hairnet. Wear tight-fitting clothing. Take off jewelry, rings and watches. Wear safety shoes; never wear walking shoes or sandals. Use personal protective equipment prescribed for use in accordance with the instructions. When working on the machine, do not wear gloves. For safe handling of the saw blade, suitable protective gloves must be worn. When working with long workpieces, use a suitable desktop extension, roller bearings, etc. Observe the safety sections in this instruction manual. Consider the travel time of the machine during braking, it should not exceed 10 seconds in any case. When cutting round billets, it is necessary to protect them from turning. When cutting workpieces inconvenient for processing, use suitable aids for fastening. Lower the saw blade guide as close as possible to the workpiece. With the table tilted, set the longitudinal stop on the lower half of the table. 2

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3 Care must be taken to ensure that all workpieces are securely held and moved safely during processing. Only remove cut and jammed workpieces when the motor is off and when the saw blade stops completely. The machine should be installed so that there is enough space for its maintenance and the direction of the workpieces. Watch for good lighting. Make sure that the machine stands steadily on a solid and level foundation. Make sure that the electrical wiring does not interfere with the workflow and that it cannot be tripped over. Keep your work area clear of interfering workpieces and other items. Be attentive and concentrated. Take work seriously. Never operate the machine under the influence of psychotropic drugs such as AL-KOL and drugs. Bear in mind that medications can also have harmful effects on your behavior. Remove strangers, especially children, from the danger zone. Do not leave a running machine unattended. Turn off the machine before leaving the workplace. Do not use the machine near flammable liquids and gases. Consider the possibility of reporting a fire and extinguishing it, for example using fire extinguishers located on fire panels. Do not use the machine in humid rooms or expose it to rain. Always ensure that there is not too much dust, always use a suitable suction unit. Wood dust is explosive and can be harmful to health. Especially tropical trees and hardwoods such as beech and oak are classified as cancer pathogens. Before processing, remove nails and other foreign objects from the workpieces. The minimum and maximum dimensions of the workpieces must be observed. Shavings and workpiece trimming should only be removed when the machine is stopped. Remove chips and workpieces only when the machine is stopped. Work on the electrical equipment of the machine may only be carried out by qualified electricians. Replace a damaged network cable immediately. Re-equipment, adjustment and cleaning of the machine should be carried out only when the machine is completely stopped and the power plug is pulled out. Replace damaged saw blades immediately CAUTION Hazards Even when using the machine in accordance with the instructions, the following hazards arise: Danger of injury from rotating saw blades in the work area. Confirmation of danger due to destruction of the saw blade. Confirmation of danger due to flying parts of the workpieces. Confirmation of danger due to noise and dust. Always wear personal protective equipment, such as eye glasses and headphones. Use a suction unit! Risk of electric shock due to improper installation of the electric cable Sound emission The values ​​are determined according to EN 1807: 1999 (measurement error factor 4 dB) Beech blank: T = 30 mm, D = 1500 mm, humidity 8.5% Sound power level (according to EN 3746): Idling 82.5 dB (a) Processing 93.6 dB (A) Sound pressure level (acc. To EN 11202): Idle 74.7 dB (A) Processing 87.2 dB (A) The values ​​given are to the level of noise emission and are not a necessary level for safe operation. 3

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4 Although there is a connection between the level of emission and the harmful effects, it cannot be reliably concluded from this whether additional measures are needed. Factors that influence the actual level of harmful effects at the workplace cover the duration of exposure, room characteristics, other noise sources, etc., for example, the number of machines and other neighboring processing processes. In addition, the permissible level of harmful effects differs in different countries. Despite this, this information is useful in order to enable the user of the machine to better assess the exposure to hazards and possible risks. Dust extraction The JWBS-14 type band saw was evaluated in terms of the harmful effects of dust at an air speed of 20 m / s on a suction nozzle with a diameter of 100 mm: Discharge 1250 Pa Volumetric flow 565 m³ / h The currently valid maximum allowable dust concentration of 2 mg / m³ is reliably observed at the workplace. 5. TRANSPORTATION AND STARTING IN EX-OPERATION 5.1. Transportation and installation The machine is delivered packed in a cardboard box. Use a standard truck or forklift for transportation. Protect the machine from falling during transport. Installation of machines should be carried out in enclosed spaces, while the conditions of an ordinary carpentry workshop are quite sufficient. The surface on which the machine is installed must be sufficiently flat and able to withstand loads. If necessary, the machine can be rigidly fixed to the installed surface. For packaging reasons, the machine is not delivered fully assembled. Installation If you discover damage during transport during unpacking, immediately inform your dealer about this, do not start the machine! Please dispose of packaging in accordance with environmental regulations. Remove rust protective grease with mild solvents. Lower stand: Turn the top plate (A, Fig. 1) upside down on a support surface. Fig. 1 Mount the bottom stand with 40 screws, nuts and washers. Turn the bottom stand over. Align the bottom stand horizontally and tighten all screws firmly. Together you can install the saw on the lower stand. Fasten the band saw to the lower stand with 4 screws, nuts and washers. Work table: Place the work table (A, Fig. 2) on the positioning pins on the back of the case and secure with the 2 hex screws (B) and washers. 4

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5 Rice table support: Screw the nut (A, Fig. 3) onto the M6x70 hex screw (B) and mount it on the stop angle (C). Fig. 3 Set the work table at right angles to the saw blade and set the table stop. Longitudinal stop: Mount the stop rail (A, Fig. 4) to the working table with 2 hexagonal screws (B), spring washers and regular washers. Fig. 4 Mount the stop and install the stop profile (C, Fig. 5) parallel to the table groove (D). Fig. 5 Install the parallel stop using the stop rail so that it is 1 mm from the table. Connecting to the mains. Connecting to the mains from the customer side and the extension leads used must be in accordance with the regulations. Mains voltage and frequency must comply with the operating parameters indicated on the nameplate. The consumer protection device must be rated at 10 A. Use only conductors with the designation H07RN-F for connection. Electrical equipment may only be connected and repaired by qualified electricians. Exhaust ventilation connection Before commissioning, the machine must be connected to the exhaust system so that when the machine is switched on, exhaust ventilation is automatically turned on. The suction hoses must be of high quality and connected to the machine ground. Start The machine is switched on by pressing the green switch: Using the red switch, tsya stop the machine. 6. MACHINE OPERATION Correct working position: Face the machine in front of the cutting direction. Handling: Hold the workpiece with your hands outside the cutting area. Feed the workpiece to the saw blade in the direction of the applied risk and rotate in accordance with the marking. Serve the workpiece evenly, do not warp, cut completely through. Do not pull the workpiece backwards, as this may cause the saw blade to slip off the rollers. Wide and long workpieces supported by roller bearings. Work instructions: Work only with a sharp and sufficiently sharpened saw blade. In the cutting zone, feed the workpiece only using the push rod. For safe feeding of small and narrow workpieces, use a feed board. When cutting round billets, it is necessary to protect them from turning due to the cutting force using suitable tools. To use the machine as directed, also pay attention to Appendix A Safe operation (on the last page of the operating instructions) 5

6 A.1: Making high cuts A.2 : Making bevel cuts A.3 : Cutting spikes A.4 : Cutting keys A.5 : Bending cuts A.6 : Arcuate cuts A.7 : Cutting according to template A.8 : Making cuts in a circle A8.1 Setting up without a workpiece A8.2 Overlaying a workpiece A8.3 Machining 7. Adjustment and adjustment work General instructions Before commissioning and adjustment work, the machine must be protected from being switched on accidentally. Pull out the power plug! 7.1. Mounting the saw blade The saw blade must comply with the specifications given. Before installation, check the saw blade for damage (cracks, damaged teeth, bends). Do not use damaged saw blades. Make sure that the teeth of the saw blade are in the cutting direction (down). Wear suitable gloves when handling the saw blade. Replacement of the saw blade should only be carried out when the power plug is pulled out. Removing the saw blade: Open the housing cover. Remove the taper pin (A, Fig. 6) and the table insert. Fig. Adjusting the movement of the saw blade Never make adjustments while the machine is running. When mounting the saw blade, pay attention to the correct movement of the saw blade on the rollers. The saw blade should move in the middle of the rubber coating of the rollers. Using the handwheel (C, Fig. 7), the correct saw blade stroke can be set on the back of the machine. After installing the saw blade, pay attention to its sufficient tension. The indication (B) for this can be found on the back of the machine. Installing the saw blade guide. Never make adjustments while the machine is running. Set the guide to the depth so that the distance from the tooth base to the guide elements is approximately 2 mm, set the rear roller at a distance of 1 mm from the saw blade (Fig. 8). Fig. 6 Release the belt tension by turning the handwheel (A, Fig. 7) counterclockwise. Fig. 8 6

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7 Set the side guide rollers so that they lightly touch the saw blade, but do not jam it. It is necessary to ensure that the saw blade does not shift to the side (Fig. 9). Set the top rail at a height of approximately 0.5 mm above the workpiece. Turn the wheels by hand in the direction of rotation and check the correctness of the adjustments made. Then carefully turn on the machine. Check the saw blade tension daily and loosen the saw blade for extended periods of inactivity. Check regularly that the saw blade guide is installed correctly. Check the saw blade regularly. Damaged cloths should be replaced immediately. Saw blade care should only be entrusted to trained personnel. Use only sharp saw blades. Cleaning the impellers: The rubber coating of the impellers should be cleaned regularly. Belt tension: Unplug the plug! Remove the hex screw (A, Fig. 10), the washer (B), and the wheel (C). Caution: the screw has a left-hand thread. Fig. 9 Install the top rail approximately 0.5 mm above the workpiece. Turn the wheels by hand in the direction of rotation and check the correctness of the adjustments made. Then carefully turn on the machine. Installing the saw blade Always wear work gloves to replace the saw blade. Hold the saw blade with one hand so that it hangs vertically to the ground, step on the blade with your foot, turn your hand 360 degrees and at the same time move it to the floor. Fig. CONTROL AND MAINTENANCE General instructions Before maintenance and cleaning work, the machine must be protected from being switched on unintentionally. Unplug the plug! Electrical equipment may only be connected and repaired by qualified electricians. Clean the machine at regular intervals. Check daily for adequate exhaust ventilation. Always reinstall protective devices. Replace damaged guards immediately. Saw bands: 7

8 Loosen the 4 screws (A, Fig. 11) and tighten the belt. Table insert: Replace the table insert with a milled saw groove. Make sure that the new table insert does not rise above the table. Fig. TROUBLESHOOTING motor does not work; no current; check connecting wires and fuse; defective motor, switch or cable to call an electrician; strong vibrations of the machine; the machine stands to unevenly align the machine; dirty impeller support; clean rubber coating; cracked saw blade immediately replace the saw blade; the angle of cut is not equal to 90; Incorrectly installed saw guide; poor surface quality of the cut saw blade selected incorrectly; the saw blade is contaminated with resin; blunt saw blade; improperly adjusted saw blade guide; insufficient tension of the saw blade; heterogeneous workpiece; too much feed force do not overload the machine during processing. 10. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES Article number: Ruler for miter cuts Saw blades with different number of teeth can be found in the Jet price list. 11. SAFE OPERATION See Appendix A (on the last pages of the operating instructions) A.1: Making high cuts A.2 : Making bevel cuts A.3 : Cutting tenons A.4 : Cutting keys A.5 : Curved cuts A.6 : Arc-shaped cuts A.7 : Cutting according to the pattern A.8 : Cutting in a circle A8.1 Setting up without a workpiece A8.2 Laying a workpiece A8.3 Machining 8