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Save This Manual For Future Reference owner’s manual MODEL NO. 509398 509399 509398 FITS THE FOLLOWING RADIAL SAWS: 113. 197120, 113. 197190, 113. 197160, 113. 197240, 113. 197110, 113. 197111, 113. 197150, 113. 197151, 113. 197210, 113. 197211, 113. 197250, 113. 197251, 113. 197180, 113. 197181 509399 FITS THE FOLLOWING RADIAL SAWS: 113. 197410, 113. 197411, 10-INCH RADIAL SAW 113. 197510, 113. 197511, 113. 197610, 113. 197611, GUARD KIT 113. 197710, • assembly FOR YOUR • operating SAFETY: • repair parts READ
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Table of Contents Section Title Page Table of Contents......................................................... 2 Safety.................................................................. 3 Assembly............................................................... 12 Alignment....................
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Safety This manual has safety information and Major Hazards instructions to help users eliminate or Three major hazards are associated with reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, using the radial arm saw for ripping. They including: are outfeed zone hazard, kickback and 1. Severe cuts, and loss of fingers or other wrong way feed. body parts due to contact with the blade. This section only briefly explains these haz- 2. Eye impact injuries and blindness, from ards. Read the ripping an
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Safety Kickback Hazard Kickback is the uncontrolled propelling of the workpiece back toward the user during rip- ping. The cause of kickback is the binding or pinching of the blade in the workpiece. Sev- eral conditions can cause the blade to bind or pinch. When a workpiece kicks back, it could hit hard enough to cause internal organ injury, broken bones, or death. Read and follow the information and instructions under ripping safety. Wrong Way Feed Hazard Wrong way feed is ripping by feed
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Safety Guard Function and Features The guard is a very important safety feature, designed to reduce the risk of injury associ- ated with blade contact. Install the guard correctly. Follow the specific instructions in the ripping and crosscutting sections Handle/Squeeze to set and use the guard correctly for Trigger each type of cut. Guard Features Include: 1. A non-moveable metal upper portion, (Upper Guard) which is fastened to the motor by the guard clamp screw, and which fully covers
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Safety 6. Set of pawls to be lowered to the work- piece surface for ripping. They allow the workpiece to pass freely from infeed to out- feed side, but help stop the kickback motion from outfeed to infeed side by grabbing into the workpiece surface. Pawls must be reset Guard Tab each time a different thickness workpiece is cut. 7. A guard tab to manually raise the plastic guard at the start of ripping unusual work- pieces whose size/shape do not cause the guard to raise automatically. Haz
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Safety Safety Instructions Read and follow all safety instructions. Personal Safety Instructions 1. Wear safety goggles labeled ANSI Z87. 1 (or in Canada CSA Z94. 3-99) on the pack- Safety Goggles age. It means the goggles meet impact stan- dards set by the American National Standards Institute. Regular eyeglasses are not safety goggles. 2. Wear close fitting clothes, short sleeved shirts, and non-slip shoes. Tie up long hair. Do not wear gloves, ties, jewelry, loose cloth- Dust Mask ing, or
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Safety 6. Before turning on saw, clear table of all Saw Safety Instructions objects except workpiece to be cut and nec- 1. Use guard, pawls and riving knife accord- essary fixtures, clamps, or feather-boards. ing to instructions. Keep them in working 7. If blade jams, turn saw off immediately, order. remove yellow key, then free blade. Do not 2. Routinely check saw for broken or dam- try to free blade with saw on. aged parts. Repair or replace damaged 8. Turn saw off if it vibrates too muc
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Safety 3. Rip only workpieces longer than the diameter of the blade. Do not rip workpieces that are shorter than the diameter of the blade being used. Dia. 4. Workpieces that extend beyond the saw table can shift, twist, rise up from the table, or fall as they are cut or afterwards. Support workpiece with table extensions the same height as the saw table. 5. To prevent tipping, support outer ends of extensions with sturdy legs or an outrigger. 6. Do not use another person to help sup- po
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Safety Note where they are located on the saw. On-Product Safety Labels Read and follow the safety information There are several safety labels on the saw. and instructions in these labels. Refer to They alert the user to hazards explained in the manual for detailed explanations and the manual and remind the user how to instructions. avoid the hazard. At the outfeed side, to the right of the guard near the saw handle is this safety label to alert you to wrong way feed: On the infeed side
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Safety Near the saw handle is this safety label to alert you to thrown objects and to remind you to wear safety goggles: On the clear plastic guard is this OSHA required label: On the bottom surface of the motor, visible when the cutting tool is horizontal, is this safety label alerting you to use a guard when edge molding, and to position the cutting tool behind the fence: (see Accessories Section) 11
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Assembly Identify Parts The following parts are included: Note: Before beginning assembly, check that all parts are included. If you are missing any part, do not assemble guard. Contact your Emerson Tool Co. Service Center at 1-800-325-1184 to get the missing part. Sometimes small parts can get lost in packaging material. Do not throw away any packaging until guard is put together. Check packaging for missing parts before contacting Emerson Tool Co. A complete parts list (Repair Parts) is at
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Assembly WARNING WARNING Plugging in saw during assembly This retro fit guard kit required addi- could result in electrical shock, or tional clearance behind fence. New severe cuts from contact with spinning table boards are being supplied for blade. this reason. Do not plug in saw at any time during assembly. Plug in saw only when it is to be used. Remove Sawblade and Guard 1. Tighten carriage lock knob. Loosen guard clamp screw, remove guard. 3. Motor shaft has left hand threads. Hold sha
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Assembly Installing Table Boards (40" Wide Models) For 44" Wide Models Skip to Page 17 Attaching Table Supports Lockwasher Nut 1. Attach a table support to each side of the Table Support saw using the four hex head bolts and flat Table Support washers. Put the bolts through the center of the enlarged holes in the table supports so Screws that the supports may slide up or down as Here needed. Put a lockwasher and hex nut on each bolt and hand tighten. NOTE: The goal in adjusting the table su
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Assembly Installing Front Table 1. Set out: - front table Tee Nut - tee nut (Install from bottom) - 1/4 " U-clip - 1/4" diam. x 7/8" long cup point set screw - four 1/4" diam. x 1" long pan head screws - 1/4" dia. x 1-3/4" long pan head screw - five 17/64" I. D. x 5/8" O. flat washers - four 1/4" lockwashers - four 1/4" diam. hex nuts ~ 2. Identify top and bottom of table: top has counterbored holes. Place table bottom side Table Mounting Holes up on solid surface. Hammer tee nut into lev-
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Assembly Make Front Table Flat 1. Place rear table on its edge, across cen- ter of front table. Check for gap between sur- faces. If there is less than 1/32" gap, tighten cup point set screw until it touches frame (look underneath table), then tighten center (1-3/4" long pan head screw. If there is more than 1/32" gap, close gap by raising or lowering center of front table: to raise center, tighten cup point set screw against frame; to lower center, tighten center (1-3/4" long) pan head sc
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Assembly Installing Table Boards (44" Wide Drill 5/16" Holes Through Sheet Metal Base Models) Installing Front Table 1. Position the front table and insert the front two screws. The rear screw holes in the table do not line up on any holes in the saw base. Using the rear screw holes as a drill guide, drill a 5/16" hole in the saw base for each of the two rear screws. Remove the front table. Reposition U-Clip to New Hole Location 4. The U-Clips that were used as nuts for the rear scr
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Assembly 7. Stand the front table on one edge. Put a mounting screw with a washer through each of the mounting holes. Then put a rubber Rubber Grommet grommet on the bottom of each mounting screw. Mounting Holes 8. Place the front table on the saw so that the mounting screws line up with the U-clips. Mounting The front table should extend about one inch Hole Mounting beyond the trim caps. Holes 9. Start the mounting screws into the U- clips using a Phillips screwdriver. Tighten the screws
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Assembly 3. Unlock the bevel lock to release the motor. Hold onto the motor as you do this. CAUTION: The motor is heavy and can swing down quickly. You can be cut or injured if the arbor shaft hits you. Hold the motor when you unlock the bevel lock. Turn the motor until the arbor shaft is pointing straight down toward the table. Lock the bevel lock to hold the motor in this position. Draw two lines on the front table, over the table rails. Unlock the rip lock and pull the motor o
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Assembly 16. Move the arbor shaft over the lowest point. 17. Place the handle end of the arbor wrench over this point and lower the arm until the arbor shaft is just touching the wrench. The wrench should slide back and forth with slight contact. 18. Move the arbor shaft over another point. Do not change the elevation of the arm. 19. Tighten the mounting screws and/or lev- eling screws until the handle of the arbor wrench just fits between this point and the arbor shaft. The wrench shoul
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That's pretty clever. Way cheaper than buying a jig from Woodpeckers or Align-It. I noticed in the description you didn't have a link to those triangles (i think they're for picture hanging). Great Video. 5 Stars
It would have been helpful to show what you did with that trunion bracket. Maybe a better pic for those of us who have no idea what a trunion bracket is.
How did you get your top that clean and smooth? Was it re-machined?
I'm having trouble getting mine aligned. I thought you had to do it with the motor/belt on. The other thing is how loose are you leaving the bolts while adjusting? Are you loosening only the outer and leaving center tight? I can't seem to get close without it shifting and having to start again. Any help would be appreciated. I been messing with this thing on and off for nearly a year.
Great video thanks
Shouldn't one of the front bolts be left tight so the entire saw does shift to the side?