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Bridgeport Series I milling machne repair manual

Bridgeport Series I milling machne repair manual

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Bridgeport Series I milling machne repair manual
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Revised: August 29, 2005
Manual No. M-450 Litho in U.S.A.Part No. M -0009500-0450 June, 2003
Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.This manual covers installation, operation, maintenance, and parts list forSeries I milling machines.In no event will Hardinge Inc. be responsible for indirect or consequentialdamage resulting from the use or application of the information in this man-ual.Reproduction of this manual, in whole or in part, without written permis-sion of Hardinge Inc. is prohibited.
Please provide the following information when ordering replacement parts:1. The complete machine serial number. The machine serial number tag is located on thepower case door.2. List the following:A. Manual Number (M-450).B. Page Number.C. Item Number.D. Part Description.E. Part Number.F. Quantity of each part required.3. Specify how and where to ship.
Bridgeport is a registered trademark of Bridgeport Machines, Limited
 © 2003, Hardinge Inc. M-450
To prevent serious bodily injury, you should observe the following basic safety precautions wheninstalling, operating or servicing the milling machine.1. Follow all instructions in the manual.2. Wear approved industrial safety glasses and safety shoes.3. Do not wear gloves, long sleeves, long hair, rings, watches, jewelry or other items thatcould become caught in moving parts.4. Keep all parts of your body away from moving parts (belts, cutters, gears, etc.)5. Use proper point of operation safeguarding.These and other safety precautions are discussed in the American National Standard Institutestandard entitled safety requirements for the construction, care, and use of drilling, milling, andboring machines (ANSI B11-8-1983).This publication is available from: American National Standards Institute25 West 43rd Street, 4th floor New York, NY 10036Safeguarding for protection at the point of operation can only be designed and constructed whenthe parameters of the particular operation have been determined. As a result, ANSI B11.8-1983,Section 5.1, states that
“it shall be the responsibility of the employer to provide, and ensure use of, aguard, guarding device, awareness barrier, awareness device, or shield…” 
To assist machine users in designing point of operation safeguarding for their specific machineapplications, the Occupational Safety And Health Administration has published a booklet entitledConcepts and Techniques of Machine Safeguarding (O.S.H.A. Publication No. 3067).This publication is available from:The Publication Office – O.S.H.A.U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, NWWashington, D.C. 20210The general purpose point of operation shield provided with this machine and shown in certainillustrations throughout this manual may not be appropriate and cannot be utilized for all possibleapplications of the machine. Use additional or alternate safeguarding where this shield is notappropriate or cannot be utilized. Note that for purposes of display, the shield has been removed incertain other illustrations in this manual.
M-450 iRevised: August 29, 2005

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