Powermatic 15HH Planer Kullanım Kılavuzu

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This .pdf document is bookmarkedOperating Instructions and Parts Manual15-inch PlanerModels 15S and 15HHPowermatic427 New Sanford RoadLaVergne, Tennessee 37086, USAPh.: 800-274-6848www.powermatic.comPart No. M-0460286Revision E6 01/2014Copyright © 2014 Powermatic

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Warranty and ServiceJET, Wilton and Powermatic warrants every product they sell against manufacturers’ defects. If one of our toolsneeds service or repair, please contact Technical Service by calling 1-800-274-6846, 8AM to 5PM CST, Mondaythrough FridayWarranty PeriodThe general warranty lasts for the time period specified in the literature included with your product or on the officialJET, Wilton or Powermatic branded websites.•JET, Wilton and Powermatic products carry a limited warranty whic

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Table of ContentsWarranty and Service .............................................................................................................................. 2 Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................... 3 Warning................................................................................................................................................... 4 Features ...........

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WarningAs with all machines, there is a certain amount of hazard involved with the use of this planer. Use themachine with the respect and caution demanded where safety precautions are concerned. When normalsafety precautions are overlooked or ignored, personal injury to the operator can result.Read, understand and follow the safety and operating instructions found in this manual. Know thelimitations and hazards associated with this machine.Electrical grounding. Make certain that the machine fra

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Hand safety. Keep hands outside the machine. NEVER reach under the guards to try to clear stock thatstops feeding. Do not clear chips and sawdust with hands; use a brush. Do not have any part of thehands under that part of the board that is over the table when starting a cut; the infeed roll will engage theboard and force it down against the table causing a pinching action. Do not operate machine while thegear cover is open.Cutterhead rotation: Be sure cutterhead rotates under power in a counter

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FeaturesFigure 1SpecificationsModel Number ....................................................................................... 15S.................................................. 15HHStock Number ............................................................................... 1791210............................................. 1791213Maximum Cutting Width (in.) ............................................................. 14-7/8................................................. 14-7/8Maximu

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UnpackingOpen container and check for shipping damage.Report any damage immediately to yourdistributor and shipping agent. Do not discardany shipping material until the Planer isassembled and running properly.Compare the contents of your container with thefollowing list to make sure all parts are intact.Report any missing parts to your distributor.Read this owner’s manual thoroughly forassembly, maintenance and safety instructions.Crate Contents (Figure 2):1121142311Planer (not shown)Dust hood

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Installation and AssemblyTools required for assembly:Forklift or hoist with slings10-12,12-14mm open-end wrenches (provided)4 and 5mm hex wrenches (provided)16mm open-end wrenchRemove the screws holding the planer to thepallet and use a forklift or hoist to lift the planeroff the pallet. Forks and straps should always beplaced under the four lifting handles when liftingthis machine (Figure 5). The lifting handles canbe pushed back in when not in use.Figure 5The planer should be operated in a wel

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Extension Tables1. Mount a cast iron table to the edge of themain table with three M8 x 25 hex capscrews (Figure 9) using a 12mm wrench. Donot fully tighten yet.2. The extension table must be leveled with themain table. Place a straight edge (such as ajointed board) across the extension tableand the main table.NOTE: The straight edge should not lie overthe raised table rollers, as this would distortthe leveling process. Either place thestraight edge just short of the table rollers, orlower the t

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This machine must be grounded. Groundingprovides a path of least resistance to help divertcurrent away from the operator in case ofelectrical malfunction.Recommended Gauges (AWG) of Extension CordsExtension Cord Length *Make sure the voltage of your power supplymatches the specifications on the motor plate ofthe machine.Extension CordsThe use of an extension cord is notrecommended for this machine, but if one isnecessary make sure the cord rating is suitablefor the amperage listed on the machine

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Pulley AlignmentThe pulleys should be in line for proper beltoperation.1. Remove the belt guard and place a straightedge against the faces of both pulleys(Figure 13).2. If the straight edge does not lie flat on bothpulley faces, open the rear panel and loosenthe four hex nuts on the motor plate (seeFigure 12) with a 12mm wrench.3. Nudge the motor left or right until the pulleysare in alignment.4. Tighten hex nuts and replace covers.Table RollersYour planer is supplied with two table rollers(Figu

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IMPORTANT: Be sure that the height of frontand rear rollers are the same. And the tablerollers must always be set parallel to the table.CutterheadAlthough your planer was carefully adjusted atthe factory, it should be checked before beingput into operation. Any inaccuracies due torough handling in transit can be corrected byfollowing the directions in this manual.To check the adjustments you will need feelergauges, and a dial gauge or home-made gaugeblock made of hardwood. This gauge block canbe

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(You can also use any 3mm diameter tool,such as a hex wrench or drill bit for thispurpose.)9. Insert the screws for the first gib, turningthem with the T-handle wrench. Do not fullytighten the screws; make them only snugenough to hold the knife in the groove.10. Put the next gib in place, and repeat theprocess. See Figure 19. Use the adjustmentpins and make sure the wings of the knifeare completely in the cutterhead groove.Continue sequentially from one end of thecutterhead to the other end. Aga

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Work Table Parallel to CutterheadThe work table is set parallel to the cutterhead atthe factory and no further adjustment should benecessary. If your machine is planing a taper,first check to see if the knives are set properly inthe cutterhead. Then check to see if the worktable is set parallel to the cutterhead. Proceedas follows:1. Disconnect machine from power source.2. Place the gauge block (Figure 21) on thework table directly under the edge of a knifeas shown. Make slight contact by gently

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Anti-Kickback FingersThe anti-kickback fingers (A, Figure 23) are animportant safety feature, as they help preventkickback of stock. They operate by gravity andshould be inspected frequently to make surethey are free of gum and pitch, so that theymove independently and operate correctly.Infeed and Outfeed Roller SpringTensionThe infeed roller (B, Figure 23) and outfeedroller (E, Figure 23) are those parts of yourplaner that feed the stock while it is beingplaned. The infeed roller and the outfee

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Outfeed Roller Height1. Disconnect machine from power source.2. Make sure the knives are set properly aspreviouslyexplainedunder"KnifeAdjustment."3. Place the gauge block (F, Figure 26) on thetable directly beneath the cutterhead (D,Figure 26).4. Using a 0.020" (0.5mm) feeler gauge (G,Figure 26) placed on top of the gauge block,raise the work table until the knife justtouches the feeler gauge when the knife isat its lowest point. Do not move the worktable any further until the outfeed roller isa

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Chip DeflectorThe chip deflector (B, Fig. 28) keeps wood chipsfrom falling into the outfeed roller. The deflectorshould be set approximately 1/16" to 1/8” fromthe tip of the knives. Make sure the deflector isoriented so the bevel on its front edge matchesthe shape of the cutterhead.Feed Speed ControlYour machine is equipped with a spiral, serratedinfeed roller and a solid steel outfeed roller.When the feed rollers are engaged, they turn tofeed the stock. The feed rollers slowautomatically when

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Periodically check all the chains for propertension and adjust accordingly if required.Depth of CutThe cutting depth scale is a combinationinch/metric scale (Figure 33), with a cuttingrange from 0 to 6" (152.4mm). A manual scale ismounted directly to the front column. The model15S planer also features a digital scale foreasier, more precise depth readings.The table should be kept clean and free of rust.Some users prefer a paste wax on exposedsteel and cast iron surfaces. The wax provides alayer

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The item numbers on this chart are referenced to the surrounding illustrations.No.PositionInspection IntervalSuitable Types of LubricantFigure No.1Drive ChainMonthlyGrease2Gear BoxWhen operated more than 2,500hoursStandard gear oil, 70-90 weight3Return RollersPeriodicallySAE-30364Worm GearMonthlyGrease3734345Lead ScrewEvery third monthGrease376ColumnWeeklyClean columns and apply SAE-30377Table ChainEvery 4 to 6 monthsGrease, or good quality bicyclechain lubricant388Feed RollersDailyClean and app

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IMPORTANT: Always place the digital display inrelative (“INC”) mode before turning it off. If youturn it off while in absolute (“ABS”) mode, yourabsolute setting will default to zero.Functions of the DigitalScale (Model 15S only)Figure 40 identifies the parts of the digital scale.The button functions are discussed below,followed by a section giving practical examplesof how to calibrate your settings, and how thesefunctions can be used for daily planeroperations.Before using the device, w

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