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U. S. Patent No.2,032,2)ii2,O40,7lai

Revised:4-l-55 28-B: Band Saw Instruction Manual
2'1O8,O86;2,197,946; other Pateuts Pmding

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Operating and Maintenance Instructions
The 20" Wood Cutting Band Saw is fully enclosed in a welded steel cabinet. It is a rugged, large capacity machine, equipped for accurate work in cabinet shops, furniture factories, pattern shops and other wood working plants. Use of correct blades also makes it an efficient uni.t for ripping, re-sawing, and for cutting plastics, aluminum, manganese and other non-ferrous metals. Standard blade length of this band saw is 141 inches. Maximum blade width is 1 inch. All adjustments necessary for proper centering, guiding and tensioning of blades are provided. Blades of various widths from 3/16 to 1 inch wide are available. The table tilts 45 degrees to the right and 12 degrees to the left. Maximum height of cut is L3/4 inches with clearance of 5 inches between the blade and upper frame. The full throat width, however, is l9/a inches for cuts up to a height capacity of lT/s inches. These clearances, location of mounting holes and other dimensions are shown in Fig.2. Tlne 20" Band Saw is shipped completely assembled as illustrated in Fig. 1, with motor pulley and two matched V-belts, less motor and switch. A /s-inch blade No. 28-877 is furnished with the machine. Table insert, alignment pin and three wrenches are inclosed in the packing envelope. The motor and switch must be ordered separately and should be selected to meet the available electric power characteristics and the customer's operating requirements. Accessories which may be purchased as additional equipment are the miter gage and rip fence complete with guide rails. Refer to the drawings and Table I to identify the parts mentioned in the following instructions. CONSTRUCTION FEATURES

Use of the welded steel cabinet as a frame to carry the working parts of this band saw greatly reduces the weight required for rugged construction. At the same time, this design provides maximum safety for the operator and presents a machine of modern lines which is easily kept in neat condition. Details of the cabinet and the doors which give ready access to the wheels and drive are shown in Fig. 3. The working parts are carried on structural reinforcements inside the cabinet and are fastened by a novel 3-point mounting feature which permits exact alignment. Each machine is carefully adjusted at the faciory. The original accuracy can easily be restored

Fig. l. 20" Wooil Cutting Bond Sow. after new parts are installed or if the machine has been injured, thus greatly extending the life of the unit without extra expense. On this machine the slot for removing the blade is at the side of the table. This patented feature permits the use of widely spaced trunnions for greater rigidity of the tilting table, and avoids interference with the

This switch assembly includes all parts needed for a permanent and safe connection and permits the machine to be operated from any convenient power outlet. resulting in a less rigid table and unhandy blade removal. Thus the blade is supported close to the work. the customer should have a new pulley machined locally according to the standard belt groove dimensions. reducing blade breakage. Enter the alignment pin LBS-55 into the tapered hole at the right end of the table slot and tap it lightly with a hammer. Raise the upper wheel by turning the hand knob at the rear of the upper frame until the blade has slight tension. The blade guides are fully and independently adjustable for blade width and thickness to permit the exact settings required for accurate work and long blade life. entering it through the table slot and running it loosely over the wheels. Install the blade. When the miter gage is used. The pin holds the ground surface of the table flush across the slot. a l% hp motor will be more effectlve. The blade is easily handled by holding it vertically in both hands. Wipe the protective coating thoroughly from the working parts of the machine. When some other drive ratio. is desired. It will fit any of the Delta motors recommended for this machine. ASSEMBLY Remove the crate and unbolt the base from the skid. Sealed ball bearings are used for both wheel shafts and for supporting the blade. + I front rip fence bar. Be sure that the teeth on the right point downward and are to the front. Consult your Delta dealer for the correct motor to meet your needs. POWER AND SPEED Under average conditions a I hp motor will furnish ample power for this machine. These speeds. Do not drive the pin too far. SWITCHES AND ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS . With 50-cycle current a 1425 rpm motor should be used. the alignment pin should be tapped in just enough so that the gage bar slides freely in the table groove. 1320 may also be used for single phase and DC motors. with the open end of the slot to the rear. or have a slotted front trunnion. Other features presented in this band saw are the convenient blade tracking adjustment. with approximately equal upper and lower loops similar to its operating position.eNo. aluminum wheels with tensioned removable rubber tires which have been ground to uniform thickness. The lower guides are within 1 inch of the table surface. screw feed or other attachment which may be used. excessive pressure might crack the table. 4g-315. when overload protection is desired. When considerable heavy cutting is to be done. For three-phase motors use a manual or magnetic starter and the 3-wire armored cabl. The standard motor pulley CBS-140-S has a s/a-inch bore and 3/16-inch keyway.Starters of various voltages are listed in the catalog. Dimensions of 20" Bond Sow. The 3-phase manual starter No. to change blade speed or accommodate a different motor. l The correct motor speed with 60-cycle or DC power is 1725 rpm. thus reducing lubrication requirements to a minimum. No other pulleys for this 2-belt drive are available.t 1'' The No. as the tapered hole was reamed after grinding the table and before the slot was milled. making the blade speed 3800 feet per minute. . Place the table insert CBS-138 into its seat. The front blade guard rides with the upper guides.'ory . Use a constant speed motor. which will run the blade at 4500 feet per minute. Convenient adjusting screws permit each setting to be made separately. 49-3L4 swiich box assembly may be used with single phase and DC motors. protecting the operator in all cutting positions. Other band saws for which this slot arrangement is not available must have the trunnions spaced to the rear of the blade. are obtained with the 3ft-inch motor pulley and 7-inch drive pulley furnished as standard equipment. as shown in Fig l. Convenient mounting of the "on-off" switch is provided on the band saw column to the left of the table. To remove the alignment pin. the foot brake and dust spout. turn it either way by means of a wrench applied to the hexagon head. being suitable for most wood cutting operations. blade tension control with indicator. Fig 2.

4. be sure that it runs in the right direction. spaced as shown in Fig. reverse it according to the manufacturer's directions.'\ . it is not necessary to bolt the machine down as'the base is built to stand on any level surface.r o r( 3 ) cBs-80 (3r cBs-t2? (3) s-79-S (3) 20' Bano SAw CaBlt{Et Flg.4 c8s-57 (2r G8S-t2-A B s P . 2. MOUNTING THE MOTOR clockwise when viewed from the rear of the nrachlne. provide for permanently mounting the machine on the shop floor. If the motor runs the wrong way. The correct rotation is counter- . 3. shown in Fig. Before installing the motor. to drive the blade downward through the table. The required mounting and NEMA holes can easily be drilled for any other motor 1i. The motor mounting plate CBS-3l-A. Holes inside the base of the band saw frame. has holes to "receive Delta 8/"-inch frame motors frame motors. However._t2o3 (r8l .

6. 6. No.-1. Replace the switch name plate. 49314. 7. Tighten the set screw in the motor pulley.r53 sP. Fis. in place of one of the cover plate screws. 4. . as shown in Fig. The belts must run true to prevent excessive wear and loss of power. Thread the ground wire pin from the end of the green wire of the cord No. run it down into the lower cabinet as in Fig. CONNECTING MOTOR AND SWITCH The switch and connections for single phase and DC motors are shown in Fig. fnsert the armored cable CBS-130 through the opening in the band saw column. 49-309 into the receptacle.49-l4O (21 / \0. Adjust belt tension by turning the wing nut on the bolt CBS-131.1604 cBS-t40 cBs-3r-A H-5-S N Ss .*"*\*--. V-BeurDnrve Insert the motor into the lower chamber of the cabinet through the rear door. 5. discarding any cord which may be furnished with the motor. push the green wire . compresses when the belts are sprung over the pulleys.sP-1403 S P -1 7 0 3 sP-1604 N S S -2 6 2 sP-1604 cBS. Install the motor pulley and V-belts. Install the switch box into the opening. shown in Fig. and connect it to the motor terminals. Place a straight edge across the faces of the pulleys and shift the motor pulley on its shaft until it is in line. Remove the cover plate from the switch box and take out the two mounting screws SP-552 from the pan.*ifl T RE A D L E (SEE BRAKE MECHANISM) a-27-47 ) \ '\. The spring at the end of the motor mounting plate. Parts of the unit. The spring takes up starting torque. Use of a pivoted motor plate allows for varying belt lengths and pulley diameters. and attach it to the mounting plate by means of the sft-inch hexagon head cap screws SP-642 and hexagon nuts SP-1026 which are furnished in the envelope.2 6 sP-to26 (4) ( I I i c B s -t 3| No. threading the mounting screws through the pan LTA-444 into the tapped holes on the face of the column. When inserting the plug into the receptacle. are assembled ready for installation.

7. Wider and thicker blades . Thesc bearings need no lubrication throughout their life. the adjusting screws and other movable parts occasionally to keep them in free operating condltron. C .uq'uir" more tension than the narrow ones. cBs-t30 Fis. Keep the blade contact surfaces of the guide b--locksand'the support bearings clean and free irom oil. 5.the sliding ways of the upper wheel bracket. A pointer CtiS_SOinAicates-ltre SwrrcH A CoNNEciloNs S i n g l eP h o s e D .cal ordinanc_esgenerally require that 3-phase mo_ . I I LTA-443 sP-554 (2) I Fis.ea back ot the band saw blade to take the thrust diveloped when cutting. 6. Do not lubricate the saw blade.H h H H H I onto the pin in order to ground the machine. the trunnions. InstollinEthe Moto:. for pr<rtection of the operator. Lo. & N o . The-pame type of beariirg is u.4 9 . I Fig. LUBRICATION {h9 -uqper and lower wheel shafts are supported in sealed ball bearings.The manual or magnetic starter should be mounted on the column of the band saw over the switch box hole. Follow theie directions for best results: Blode Tension Correct blade tension is necessary for efficient cut_ ting. OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS The controls and adjustments described below are important for accuracf and convenience in various operations.3 1 4 . Oil . tors be connected by a licensed electrician. V_BeltDrive.

7 I UPPER WHEEL MOUNTING sP-642 t2l sP-254x| I Bond Sow Ftomo I I s. shown in Fig. when the blade has become snug on the wheels. but ws recommend use of the scale to avoid blade breakage which . The screw will first raise thelliding bracket CBS-61 to take up slack. The tension scale is correct for standard blades in average work. 9) upward until the pointer is on the scale mark lqual to the blade width. It is not affected by variations in actual bladelength. This coil spring also takes up shock loads which may come upon the blade while cutting. This scale is above the upper wheel shaft on the rear of the cabinet. 8. 9.8 7 5 0 2 sP. it is therefore equally accurate when the blade has been shortened by welding or brazing. additional tightening compresses the coil spring CBS-85 6 to develop the required tension. o-n the Having centered the blade approximalely wheels. 8.83 s P .20 6 s.1605 (2) c B S. iurn the blade tension screw CBS-89 (lower knob in Fig. Fig.5P-567 (2) c8s-87 sP-237r-l BS-261 sP-roo6-@ SGG-3 (2) N0 . Experienced operators may rely upon the feel or tone of the blade for adjusting tension. tension on a scale CBS-87.t58-s cBS-135 Fig.

Back off the tensiori sciew when the inachine is not in use. Blode Troeking For accurate work and maximum blade life it is important that the blade be centered on the wheels. the "track". For a blade which is thicker than standard. SHAFT 8 HOUSING cBL'447 sP-t605 sP-r026 sP-r704(4) s P. to relieve the strain in the blade. 9. run the tension slightly higher than the scale mark. Alignment of the blade on the wheels is accom' plished by tilting the upper wheel slightly with respect io the lower.s s P -6 0 4 cBs-il1 cBs-70 c8s. 7 .r57-s (3) LOwER WHEEL. that is.is often caused by too much or too little tension. 9.r 7 0 5 ( 2 ) s P. Wiren the adjustment has been properly made. cBS-71 sP-2653 ND-87506 -6r7 (4) . lf ttre blade weaves across the crown of the wheels. 8) is pivoted on the sliding bracket CBS-6I. Both the upper and lower blade guides and the support bearineJ must be moved back to clear the blade bntirely while the tracking adjustment is being made.t43 -il4 cBs-il5 E_ . it will run steadily in the blade will same line.t o2 8( 2 1 sP-ro26(4) Fig. Reor of Upper Cobinet. cutting will not be uniform and blade breakage will be increased. Its direction is tontrolled by the hand knob CBS-78' which is the upper knob in Fig. Showing Tension ond Trocking Adiustments. The upper wheel shaft housing CBS-62 (Fig. Fig. | 0.

Adjust the hand knob only a small fraction of a turn at a time. Spin the wheel and check again.brazing. turn the upper wheel clockwise by hand. When it is certain that the blade will not run off the wheels.r o 2 9 cBSrol B S . If the blaCe creeps forward. as very little tilt of the upper wheel is required to draw the blade across the rim of the wheel. The blade centering adjuitment mus. regardless of previous adjustments. I l.63 cBs-loo sP-2252 Q' N C S .3 0 6 s P.3 6| t2l s R . Never begin the tracking adjustment while the machine is running. T l e u e . Loosen the knob if the blade creeps toward the rear. Each blade has its own tendencies. . tighten the knob CBS-78 slightly to tilt the wheel toward the rear. start the motor and make any final minor adjustment which may be necessary at operating speed. thus centering the blade.2 r 7( 2 ) ( sP-16032) sP-6il (2) Fie. injuring the blade or operator. especially after welding or.s P -3 tr 4 LBS-6r ( sP-642 s P.t therefore be repeated whenever a new or-repaired blade is installed. at high speed the blade may run off almost instantly. T n u H H r o HIs B R A c K E T Having brought the blade to correct tension.

Figure 12. to the band saw frame. A third scr€w SP-617 passes through a steel bushing CBS-84. Use of the 3-point mounting feature previously mentioned provides a simple correction for such cases. Rub soap. it is possible that the original setting may be lost during shipment. Fig. Toke Tension Off of Blode When Not ln Use It is suggested that a band saw blade should not be under tension when not in use. Use raw-hide mallet and tap around rim of wheel forcing it into tire. Fis. Flowever. Two hexagon head cap screws SP-628 fasten the left edge of the mounting plate CBS-68. t. Wheel Mounting Adjustments The upper and lower wheels are brought into the same plane when the machine is assembled at the factory. t' F Fis. il il . 15. Toble Tilted to Right. Fig. 8. Lay tire on smooth. ' Aoolicotion Doto Applicotion Fig. Therefore. | 3. When in place.Showing Trunnions ond Stop Bor. flat surface. Figure 14. 13 and 14. | 4. This is not a choice of the rubber manufacturer. it will leave an indentation on one half of each wheel and will naturally mislead the blade. The advantages of this tire are that it will last about four times longer than a rubber band as used originally. | 2. When tire needs replacing. if the machine is injured. Figure 13. Place wheel on top of tire with charnfered edge engaging tire. The new tire is placed on the wheel by a process as shown in Figures t2. Any normal blade should therefore center easily under the above procedure. are made of a formula using a certain percent of synthetic. if blade is under tension when the machine is idle for any length of time. The hexagon head cap screw SP-617 should be tightened when the wheels have been made parallel. rubber lube or K-Y Jelly around inside of tire and rim of wheel. whether Jiffy Tires or otherwise. Similar adjustment for alignment of the lower wheel is provided by the bushing CBS-lll in the mounting . This stock has good wearing qualities but does not have the resiliency of natural rubber. but the government compels them to do this. or when new parts are installed. solid.. thus shifting the upper wheel shaft through a small horizontal angle.The Delta 20 inch Band Saw is equipped with the Carter Jiffy Tire. All tires. The Jiffy Tire is made up by molding rubber around an endless steel band. Clean surface of wheel and apply new Jiffy Tire. This assures the tire being of a definite dimension and the rubber evenly distributed. carefully cut it in two with hack saw and slip it off of wheel. especially when the machine is idle overnight and on week ends. By releasing this screw and turning the bushihg in the frame the mounting plate may be adjusted toward or away from the frame. the edges of tire must be even and parallel to edges of wheel. When replacing the worn Jiffy Tire it is only a matter of removing it by sawing the tire through the metal band with a hack saw. Do not use oil or grease.

17. The trunnions. Blode Guide ond Support Adiustments Principles and methods for adjusting the upper and lower blade guides and supports are identical. first tilt the table to the right as in Fig. Turn dhe sguare head set screw SP-306 in the stop bar CBS-101 until it touches the boss on the under side of the table and lock it with the hexagon nut SP-1029. and especially for each different width and' thickness of blade. visible in Fig.. The main adjusting nuts LBS-130 of the upper guides and supports are to Fig. check the setting by means of the mechanics' square. The handles SR-217 may be shifted on the serrated nuts so that they come to Convenient locking positions. Move the brackets which carry the guide blocks forward until the front edges of the guide blocks are just behind the gullets of the saw teeth. but without binding it. The lower wheel shaft may be shifted through a small vertical angle by turning this bushing. The following adjustments must therefore be repeated whenever the blade is changed. 15. Tighten both clamps when locking the table. so that the trunnions remain properly seated.plate CBS-70. 18.the teeth will be damaged. When properly adjusted this stop will return the table square with the blade after tilting. | 6. swing the stop bar CBS-101 to the rear for clearance. When adjusting or tilting the table. Tilt the table to the right and bring it back against the stop. but avoid excessive pressure. Adjusting screws CBS-107-S and CBS-137-S. below the table. perform the same functions for the lower guides. If either wheel has been removed it must be brought into line with the other wheel when it is remounted. Adjustment of the. release these clamps only enough to permit movement with a slight drag. place a mechanics' square against the flat side of the blade and clamp the table exactly at right angles. by locking it in proper position on the shaft. If the guides are too far forward. Set the guide blocks inward until they are as close as possible to the blade. Be careful not to force the blade'out of its normal vertical line when setting the blocks. Trunnions with Table Removedto Show Lower GuideAdiustments. as shown in Fig. although the details of the individual parts and adjusting screws differ as shown in Fig 16 and 18. First move the support bearings and guide blocks back to give full clearance. and tighten the four set screws firmly when correctly placed. Set the pointer DP-626 to read zero on the tilt angle scale CBS-100. and complete the blade tension and tracking adjustments as outlined above. The 3-point mounting feature is used in attaching the trunnion bracket CBS-63 to the top plate of the lower cabinet. the clamp shoes hold securely when moderately tight. CBS-96 in Fig. 17. 9. A shoe LBS-61 within each trunnibn locks the table when the serrated nut NCS-361 is tightened on the cap screw SP-31f4. The scale will then indicate correctly any angle to which the table may be tilted. 10 and CBS-102 in Fig. Toble Adjustments Details of the table and its mounting are shown in Fig. if they are too far back.table through a small vertical angle in the direction of the trunnions may be made by means of the bushing CBS-84 and cap screw SP-617. Position of the guides and support bearings with respect to the blade is important for accurate work and blade life. the rear of the hexagon post. lf.to span the cabinet will be helpful for this. A straightedge built. then tilt back to the desired angle. Fig. are bolted to the underside of the table and ride in grooved seats at the ends of the support bracket CBS-63. Check the following adjustments to correct any disturbances which may have developed during shipment and repeat them if new parts have been installed: With the blade under tension. l0 8S-r29 e) sP-201 95 514 e) sP-r528 - \1 Fig. Use the mechanics' square against the back edge of the saw blade to check this adjustment. CBS-64 and 65. 10. Hexagon socket set screws SP-225 hold the guide blocks in their brackets. The table is mounted at right angles to the blade during assembly at the factory. the blade will not be fully supported for curve cutting. For tilting to the left. rSP-1526 U P P E RB L A o E G U I D E B SUPPoRT .

The standard wood cutting blades are conventional blades which mav be filed and re-set. . Allow this clearance so that the blade will not bear against the supports when running free. Sharpening and setting a saw blade requires skill. Its surface in contact with the blade is parallel to the end of the square block and of equal area. When excessive pressure t1 i cBs-73 . Install new guides when both ends have become worn. The right guide block. No such adjustment is needed for the lower guides and support. to the upper frame provides adjustment for miking the hexagon guide post CBS-91 parallel to the rear edge of the saw blade.guard down as close tb the woik as possible. Use of the 3-point mounting in attaching the bracket CBS-66. is required. t\ i I i i'" il' I i. A sharp bladb will cut effectively under moderate pressure ind uniform feed. 7 \ R€AR WALL OF FRAME \. magnesium and other non-ferrous metals. The skip tooth blades have a hard edge with regular set to insure long life. r28 SAW '"\ . Blades of various widths. Elades should be-of the correct thickness and temper for use on 20' inch wheels. but may be ground to sharpen them. are carried in stock as listed in Table 1. as continued use is harmful to the blaJe in addition to taking extra time. to keep the blade straight. Broken blades may be welded or brazed. sP-5t8 MECHANISIT Fis. Long service can be obtained only by se-1e91ing thi correct blade for the work. of the lower support is mounled at 45 degrees to give clearance for titting the table. Do not force the work. T(eep the upper blade guides and. | 8. and to remove welding flash at the joint. the blade should be sharpened. Move the stock steadily against the blade and no faster than required for easy cutting. those who lack equipment and experience should send the blades to a competent sawyer for sharpening. Standard blades furnished for this machine are 141 inches long.Move the support bearings forward until they are about L/64-incli back of the blade.\\ /-BAND FRAME . Tighten thi thumb screws in the upper blade guide support bracket CBS-95 when the adjustments have been completed. ll itL i LowER gLAoE GUIOEA SUPPORI Fis. the correction is easily made by means of the bushing CBS-S4. Reverse them to use the opposite ends for original accuracy. Care should be taken to preserve tooth spacing.r-.19. Fig.not maintain their correct relation to the blade when lowered toward the table. The blade should bear against the supports only when actually cutting.rn: causing a tendency to bind at the rear edge of the blade. for maximum protection to the operator as well as best support for the blade. The adjustment of the upper wheel bracket will accommodate blades up to a maximum length of l42l inches and to a minimum length of 139 inches. It is not economical to weld a blade which has become case-hardened. After considerable use in cutting curves' the front edges of the guide blocks will become wo. Use ttie foot brake to stop the wheels after shutting l. BAND SAW OPERATIONS Before starting the machine.as it will soon break elsewhere. Turn the wheels by hand as a final check. They cannot be filed. causing early breakage. CBS-105. BLADES Band saw blades are subjected to heavy strains when cutting. they_ may be used on plastics. at approximately half the cost of a new blade. 10. welded. as well as for heavy cutting in wood. If the guide blocks and upper support bearing do . light contact will permit closely following the cutting line and prevents excessive Iriction. Close the cabinet doors before starting the motor. set and sharpened ready for use. Consult your Delta dealer for such service. and by carefully adjusting and operating the machine. Thus standard blades may be shortened 2 inches by successive repair. as they are attached to the trunnion support and maintain their position with respect to the table. see that all adjustments have been properly made. continuous contact will caseharden the back edge of the blade. aluminum. Skip tooth blades are suitable for work requiring extra gullet space. A sharp blade of the correct typc for the work will cut easily without much Pressure. heating and case-hardening of the blade at its back edge.

and tighten the clamp. ft is also useful if the work becomes jammed and when a blade breaks.22. If the fence body is not parallel to the groove. With the fence just touching the saw blade. a narrower blade or one with wider tooth set should be used. The narrow blades should therefore be reserved for curve cutting. a wooden face plate may easily be attached to the miter gage body. Use of Miter Goge The No. the No. or for any other reason. 21. True sguare and miter'cuts are easily made with the table in the horizontal position. t2 which may be set for successive cuts to uniform lengths are included. Wider tooth set and less blade width permits the cutting of sharper curves. The pinion-sh_af-tTCS-272-S is convenient for shifting 'exact the fence slightly right or left to make an setting on the scale. Compound miters may be cut by setting one angle on the miter gage and the other on the tilting table. Release the front clamp. Cutting to I Curved Pattern. always using the coarse blades for resawing and other rough cuts. It may be set at any angle up to 60 degrees right or left. and has adjustable stops for instantaneous settings at zero and 45 degrees right or left. Minimum cutting radius for blades with standard tooth set is shown in Table 1. and other devices. If the curve is so abrupt that it is necessary to back up and cut a new kerf. Insert the special screws CBS-I52 through the rails and blocks into the holes provided in the table edge. 19. Stroight Cuts Use the widest blade available for straight cuts. Fig. 21. first clamp the front end. using the saddle blocks TCS-281 as spacers. bevel cuts with the miter gage square and the table tilted. When the work is firmly held against the face and advanced by sliding the bar in the table groove. center pins for circular arcs or wheels. The scale will then read correctly the width of any cut being made in contact with the fence to the right of the blade. When backing out of the work in order to change the cut. then turn the knob NCS-272 to lock the rear clamp. the cut is usually rougher when the teeth are set wider. be careful to avoid pulling the blade off of the wheels. guides. shift to the correct position.ACCESSORIES The auto-set miter gage and rip fence with guide rails are accessories which may be used to considerable advantage in many band saw operations. move it next to the miter gage groove of the table and lock the front clamp block LTA-450 on the rail by pushing down on the handle ball NJ-2a7. However. Parts of this attachment are shown in Fig. Auto-Set Miter Gage. 23. has a 7-inch face and /s x ya-inch bar which fits the groove of the band saw table. This is a safety precaution which will prevent injury to the operator and others who might not notice the blade running idle after work has been completed. the relation of the stock to the blade is constant and the resulting cut will be smooth. slide the fence against the band saw blade. 864 miter gage. Stop rods Fig. Slide the fence onto the rails to complete the assembly as shown in Fig. The table of this band saw has ample capacity for attaching any fixtures which may be needed. and tighten the screws permanently. and tighten with the hexagon nuts SP-1207 behind the apron. It is generally easier and safer to turn the stock and saw out through the waste material. in order to have the greatest possible support for the teeth which do the work. Mount the guide rails LTA-439 and 440 on the front and rear edges of the table. When setting the fence. Use of the miter gage is a great help in making straight cuts. Various methods are used to cut accurate curved shapes. If desired. turn the stock carefully so that the blade may follow the line without being twisted. However] there are many opportunities to use templates. Fig. Keep the blades which have closer tooth spacing for fine work. the most common being by following the line drawn on the stock. Rip Fence Attochment When considerable ripping is to be done. 20. Cutting to a curved pattern at full height capacity is illustrated in Fig. 28-862 rip fence attachment is an efficient addition to the tilting table. off the power. it should be pushed in to engage the rack teeth on the under side of the front guide rail . To adjust the fence. jigs. rather than try to withdraw the stock from the blade. 20. set the pointer TCS-271 to read zero on the scale of the guide rail. Clearance for the blade in the saw kerf is provided by the set of the teeth. Cutting Curves When cutting curves. release the cap screws SP677. Details of the brake mechanism are shown in Fig.

i 1 t I I I while being used. l5/2 inches to the left. 3. is attached directly below the table at a point where it will intercept most of the particles which are ripped out by the saw blade before they can be spread by the whirling action of the lower wheel. 22. Maximum capacity for ripping with this attachment is 25/a inches to the right of the blade and. 5. Forcing or twisting the blade around a curve or very short radius.ig. caslsz(at$ sP-55\ /. In some cases it is unavoidable because of stresses which come upon the blade in the work.450 sP-t603 sP. BLADE BREAKAGE Excessive blade breakage may be due to a number of causes.. Insufficient tooth set or dull teeth. parts of which are shown in F. . this fence is handy as a support for the work when the table is tilted for bevel ripping and other angle cuts. 4.8 6 2 Fis. The spout will take a suction line of 2/a-inch inside diameter. Individual dust collectors of the recirculating type are often used where the number of dust producing machines is insufficient to justify a general collecting system. Feeding too fast. More generally. . 22. 2 8 . Common causes of blade breakage are: t. Beyond its use in ripping and other long straight cuts. DUST CONTROL The dust spout. Tilt the table about 25 degrees to the rignt for clearance under the upper wheel housing when sliding the fence onto the left ends of the guide rails. connection should be made directly to this point.569 TCS-3 9 t -s rcs-272 (4) R r p F E n c eN . The fenue may be used to the left of the blade as well as to the right.' I'll l I P NCS-272 T. 2. Excessive blade tension.::!T LTA. Faulty alignment or adjustment of guides. Consult your dealer for information about such unit. and pulled out to disengage when sliding the fence across the table. Where a master dust collection system has been in- stalled. Suction should be sufficierrt to draw the loose material away from the blade. it is due to lack of care or judgment on the part of tbe operator in making the adjustments. .

with cBs-r2-s Cabinet I I I I I I I I 4 2 I NCS-361 sR-217 sP-306 sP-502 sP-61r sP-617 sP-642 sP-648 sP-1029 sP-r603 sP-1605 sP-2252 sP-3114 IOWEN WITEEL. 6. with Welded Bracket. . Upper guide set too high above the work.l5?-s cB$r59 cBL447 ND-8750s ND-87506 sP-201 sP-234 sP-604 sP-617 sP-623 I I I I I I I 2 (Continued on next page) l4 . Brass.. with Bracket. Assembled.. 3)1" Diamelet. New tires may be stretched onto the wheels when needed. r sP-12l ff6-32 Hexagon Nul... cBs-s2 2 x 2 ' l a s l P i n R e v e r s eB u t t H i n g e . 24. Front Upper. Hinges aud Knob. Door. Improperly finished or lumpy braze or weld. Consult the technieal service representative of the saw blade manufacturer for advice regarding special band saw cutting problems. Cup Poiat.tomer may find it desirable to install a complete new upper wheel shaft with bearings and housing. Cabinel Type. CreEcent. IMPORiANT: Description CABINET REPLACEMENT PARTS Number Bequired Part No. Rip Fence Mounted on Table. 3A' 1. Hinges and Knob. . I Toble l. with Welded Bracket and Rear Blade Guard. cB$l-A Frarne. Ior Door Lock. cBs-12? Coil Spriuq. AsEembled. 2' Fast Pin ReversedButt Hinge. d . cBs-13-A Cabinet Door. instead of attempting to replace the bearings individually. .. /so Free Length.. . CBS-71-S.. Assembled. x sP-l0r Ya-2O f" HeadlessSet Screw. sP-s84 #1A32'x Ya' Oval Head Binding Screw.D.. w/Bracket & Blade Guard cBs-13-s Cabinet Door. Welded Bracket. cBs-22-S Cabiaet Door. with Welded Braclet. Description Number Bequired Give both the Part Number and the Description of each item when ordering from this list. . CBS62-5. Froni Lower...s cBs-63 cBs-64 c8s-65 cB$84 cBS-lo0 cB$lor cB$138 DP-626 LB$55 1. or the corresponding lower wheel shaft and housing.I I I r8 cBs-113 cBs-tt4 cB$60 cB$60. Rear.. 23.. . 8.. REPLACEMENT PARTS Most of the parts are easily installbd according to the drawings. cBs-57 cBs-79-S Hand Kaob. Hing$ and Knob... Rear. . sP-567 #6-32 t r/a" Boutd Head Machine Screw . cBs-22-A Cabinet Door. . .2 28 2 I I I I cB$70 cBs-?l cBs-?r-s CBS. cBs-80 Can. ls/(6r. Front Lower. sP-1203 llo-32 Hexagou Nut. cBs-sr 1zr4x 2' FastPin ReversedButt Hinge. . cBs-r2s Name Plale. Flat Ends... Wrong blade for the work being done. Fig.. also the Serial Number of the machine on which the parts are to be used.8961 cBs-l15 cBs-l16 cBs-r36-s cBs-143 cBs.. Front Upper. When bearings wear out the cusa-27-47 DUST SPOUT Fis. Welded cBs-12-A Cabinet Door. . 7.. . with Lock Pin. SHAIT AND MOUI{TING PLATE 2 2 I I 2 7 I 2 I 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 .

4" Steel Washer. Special /z-13 x lli16" Hexagon Sockei Set Screw.IOOS sP-1026 sP-1605 SP-I704 sP-2107 cBS-72-S Brake Shoe.. Hex. Upper Wheel cBs-62 cBS-62-S cBS-68 cBs-69 cBs-78 cBs-82 cBs-83 cBS-84 Rail. .1 6H e x a g o n u t . ii 85-261 LBS-86 S h a f tB e a r i n g a n d H o u s i n g . Cu-p Point. 9_pper Mounting Plate. . ND-77503 New Departure BaII Bearing cB5-66 cBs-84 I I ii ii il I 'I 2 z I z H-5-S sP-210 sP-318 sP-648 SP. Flanged Head. %" Sha4k. . . . . 1/+ 1. Flat Point. . . . fi" Split Lockwasher. . with Lining. .D./16-78x 6" Carriage Bolt.. also the Serial Number of the machine on which the parts are to be used. x sP-642 3l-16 x l " Hexagon Head Cap Screw. Set ND-77503New Departure Ball Bearing L/-2O x 1. N rr" SteelWasher. . . Flat Point. . with iifty tiie and Set Screw. /s"-16 Thread. . sP-l0r sP-225 5/16-18 f" Hexagon Socket Set Screw.D. . . l " Across Flats x l8Zm" Lonq.. Flat Ends. ls7' Thick. ... .. ..3I02 (Continued on next page) l5 .. 9e'116HexagouJamNut. ... . cBs98 Blade Guide Block.. 3l-16 x 211" Square Head Machine Bolt. x sP-617 3. UPPIR WHEDL.FreeLength.. . Flat Ends. .. L . . Serrated Bore.are llead Set Screw. . . New Departure BalI Bearing New Departure Ball Bearing Hexagon Socket Set Screw. with Set Screw. 8rl x l4e. .1 6H e x a g o n u t . # 6 . cBs-90 Coil Sprins. 2s/e' O. . Cup Point. . I x 9fu. . cBs-96 Bracket Ior Upper Blade Guide Blocks. t I I z I z ll' ii lt ii I ii il'' L sP-201 sP-225 sP-506 sP-509 SP-sI4 SP-61? sP-1526 sP-r528 sP-1603 sP-r604 sP-1605 SP. y8' O. Steel Bushing. " S e t S c r e w rl-13 x 5f" Su. Bearings & Housing. Aluminum. x Ys2"Thick.fu" 1.BEI. ..596'-24 Hexason Iam Nut. with Mountinq Plate. . . . cBs-rs3 Coil Spring..D. Description LOWER BLADE GUIDE x 5l x I Part No. .. .. Hand Knob. 1l x /s x 2y8". %' O. 9s" Split % x %' Cotter Pin. cBs-8s Coil Spring. Threaded 3r i:" . sP-1030 5/16"-18 Hexagou Nut. cBS-7s Brake Treadle.4-13 x l " Hexagon Head Cap Screw. . . cBS-77 ConnectingRod. .3 2 x 1 r 1 "R o u t d H e a d M a c h i n e S c r e w . rZ' I. cBS-l2t CoiI Spring. Lockwasher. cBs-95 Dupporr DracRet. 34" Split Lockwasher. . . . DUST SPOUT cBS-67 cBS-67-S cBS-tt2 sP-s83 sP-642 sP-1203 sP-1605 No. cBs-I04 Bracket {or Lower Blade Guide Adjusting Screws. Cup Point.D. z NSS-262 Special Vra" Bubber Washer. .i1"-Free Lensth. .'-13 . 1/2"Bore.. sP-624 sP-1026 sP-1028 sP-160s sP-1702 sP-r704 sP-1705 sP-2653 sP-26s8 1. .... V4-16 x l1l" Hexagon Head Cap Screw. . Descriptiou Part No. .. ii ii ..%'I.. . Lfu" Long. ..D. . sn-217 Ball-End Adjustable Clamp Handle. ThreadedOne End. . .. . Grooved.. t 3l-16 x l " Hexagon Head Cap Screw. Housinglor Upper Wheel Shaftand Bearings.l i r " UPPER BLADD GUIDD AND GUARD Bracket lor Hexagon Guide Post.49-l4O V-Belts. 5f" Diameler.4-16 lf" Hexagon Head Cap Screw.Tire tor 20" Wheel. 96 x SYe'.Ior Brake Shoe. 2" Diameter. I7/16i'I. 2 I 2 4 2 2 2 ill-5-S Set Collar. cBS-94 Brass PIug. . CBS-152 Special /s-24 x lt7/s2" tillister Head Cap Screw. Dog Point.. cBs-89 Blade TensionSqew. Drilled lor Clamps. Flat iinds.l I . Blade Support Bearing. Tapped 3/B'-16... . Upper Wheel Shaft. with Hand Knob. CBS-l5l-S Bip Fence. . Slotted. sl x 2tisz" i Tapped %6'-18.. . s 6 x s l x 1 4 . . lrl" Diam. N rf"-I3 Hexagon Nut . 3. . Serrated Hearl. .D.4-16 x l " Hexagon Head Cap Screw. LBS-161 Wedge {or Lower Blade Guide SupportBracket.. Bent cBs-81 Brake Lining. I sP-1604 5{6" Steel Washer. . 21" .I66 Coil Spring. Threaded /16"-18 One End.. . cBs-r3l Special . . . x cBS-r l7 Steel Shalt. Flat Ends. Guide Blocks and Adiusting Screws. . . . cBs-76 SteelPin. . .-20Thread. .31"-16Thread. .Pressed Steel.. 96-L6x l1/" Hexagon Head Cap Screw.. . . Wheel Shaft. . y'z'1. 3 s " . . . . /a * IVt2'. sP-1604 9ro"SteelWasher...4.802'-28 Hexagon Jam Nut. . . Guide Blocks and Adiusting Screws.. .. . . . Aisembled. r. . .with Flat. . cBS-87 BladeTensionScale. . %' 1. 14" % x Ifu" Straight Key.. /e" Diameter.3l"-16 Thread. 3l x 2L51" .. 45' Ends. . cBS-93 Clamp Screw. l2Va" Lono. Sei Collar. .D. s . LBS. %' O. tr&. cBs-98 B l a d e G u i d e B l o c k .. -116" PF. with Slot lor Lever.. cBs-gr Hexagon Guide Post. . Head. Y+-2O 29Y2". Special .. LBS. . . fu"-lO Thread. .Tapped r. x CBS-l5l Rip Fence Body. . . cBs-r35 Hand Knob. z 5/ra-18x 5/16" sP-201 Hexa_eon Socket Set Screw.4'-13 . Flanged.5" Free Length. .D. 12" Split Lockwasher. cBS-73 Bracket. t/16 1 x 2". Ior Blade Tension Scale.Assembled. Flat Ends Free LBS-169-5 Collar. with Set Screw. .. Matched. )$"-13 Hexaqon Iam Nut. Blade Support Bearing. cBS-103 S t e e l R a i% ' I % x 7 % ' . cBs-159 Iiffy. l"-l6Thread.with Hand Knob.6" Free Length. . I 2 . Set of 2. .. Gib. ... 28-862 RIP DENCD CBS-l5O Rear Clamp Rod. fu-16 x 24". 59%" Outside Circuml. cBS-128 BrassBushiug. . IMPORTANT: REPLACEMENT PARTS ( Continued) Number Required Give both the Part Number and the Description of each item when ordering from this list. . Assembled.zs". 5 ..l!{ x lr/n"..1 3x t . fu" Hole.. Head.Wheel. . .Diameter. l(" Hole. Sleel Bushing. . .iu" Split Lockwasher. for Sliding Bracket. . cB5-86 Pointei. cBs-t22 SpacingCollar.D. . x 2!. 94" SleeI Washer. 3. cBs-140-s 31" 2-BeltMotor Pullel 3l'Bore.. cBs-105 Blade Guide Block. cBS-108 Steel Shaft. Tapped 1.. 1/4* tytt x 8". "fi cBs-r02 Support Bracket. . I " Bore. I j{" Diameier. . with Clampq.. cBs-88 Sprins Cap.. .I29 Speeial 54e-24x l/a' Headless Set Screw.. 32"-lO Thread. x 3 s " . cBS-102-s Support Bracket.. .D. cBS-99 Sliding Blade Gudid. with Set Screw. . SpannerNul. ... BRAKD MECHANISM cBs-3r-A Motor Mounting Plaie. . ctss-74 Lever {or Brake Bod. ..D. Tapped 52"-lB cBs-158-s Upper ... LBS-130 Knurled Adjusting Nu| s/16"-24 Thread.. .Hex.1"Headless Set Screw. . x1/16" cBs-137-S AdjustingScrew.905' O. l " Free Lenqth..D. . . . %" I'D. I17ra" x x StraightKey.. 1.with Set Screw. . x )a". . SIIAIT AND BRACKET cB5-61 Slidinq Bracket Ior Upper Wheel... . '1. . ." Thick. i. . 916-18x o/16" t4-20 x 371"Hexagon Socket Set Screw.. FIat Point. .. .. I x 2rl x 27Y16"..Toble l.4-13 2fu" Hexagon Head Cap Screw.45 Coil Spring.D. 3Z' I. cBs-110 Adiusting Link.D. 32"-16 Thread. . FIat Ends.. 1'z' LD. sP-1703 No. fi" Spbt Lockwasher.. . . ts61 Thick. . 26y'16" Long. . sP-642 4 31"-16Hexagon Nut. with V. sP-1026 4 SP-1403 l r o ' r l 8 W i n s N u t .Tl'i Long. cBs-107-s Adjusting Screw. . cBs-97 !_ex_aggnShafit. . Diameter. 2!1" Diameter.T DRIVE ND-87502 ND-87504 sP-206 sP-234 sP-s67 sP-617 sP-628 sP-642 sP-too6 sP-1605 sP-1705 sP-2371 scG-34 Special . 9/16" Length. %' I. sl" Long. . cB5-61-S Sliding Bracket. . cBs-109 Spacinq Sleeve. cBS-95-S Support Bracket. . . s4" Slub. V16" . ./a' Long. .

Radius' ' No.2r%zx 42%zu. . I I I CONSULT YOUR DEL?A DEALER FOR PRICES OF REPLACEMENT PARTS. .7 ' F a c e . 2&875 %o"Wide.. 2 I UTA..5 Teeth/In. #lO-32 x %" Round Head Machine Screw.I2O7 sP-1603 sP-1604 sP-l6lo 4 4 I I I 2 2 4 I 2 t l-Phare and D.. Foreign distribution is through TAUCO EXPORT 38 Pearl St. v'dtb Guide Rails. Ddge Eladeg Wide.'. l " Min..3 4 x Y + x 1 8 " B a r .444 SwitchBox Pan. {9-315 (fot 3-Phase Motorr} cBs-147 sP-2457 sP-7086 No. )l' Min. sP-554 4 #&32 x No.' 1y'2' Wiae. No. New York 4.. For Resawiag. Motorr) BAND SAW BLADES (141" Lons) Standard Wood Gutting Btader No. 2Teeth/[a.4 Teeth/Iu. -Ball'End. 28-880 i7 Wide. 4 Teeth/In. Radius. Badius. I I 4.. . . . 17 Wide.3 1 4 Switch Box Assembly.6J""a -vrith Cord. Complete with Toggle Switch..O22' Thick.A.'.O22" Thick. . No. New York. and to discontinue models of machines. 28-894 No. l)'l' Min. sP-558 sP-563 sP-577 sP-1203 sP-2458 2 6 2 2 ELDCTRIC CONNEGTION No.035" Thick.Complete.iln.49I LTA-492 NCS-272 NI-247 sBs-ss TCS-261 TCS-263 TCS-264 TCS-26s TCS-270 IC$271 I I z I I 2 I t #&32 x 1l' Round Head Machine Screw. For Resawing' . 4'Min.. 9/. 28-876 i" Wia6.864 A u t o S e t M i t e rG a g e . . #8-32 x i2' Rourd Head Machine Screw. IMPORTAN REPLACEMENT PARTS (Continued) Number Required Number Bequired l': Give both the Part Number and the Description of each itim when ordering from this list. LTA-441-SSwitch Box. No. tl' Mil.. CORPORATION.. .465 LTA. r25-25o v.O22' Thick..O22'Thick. 2Teeth/In. 50" Long.2&882 l7' Wide.. 2&890 No. Two #14 Wires. Gaqe Wires. LTA. 2n Min. with... Radius. . motors or accessories at any time without notice. also the Serial Number of the machine on which the parts are to be used.. 3 Teeth/In... 28-877 iz|' Wide.. LTA. For Resawing. 28-862 Rip Fence.... rf" Bourd Head Macbine Screw. Assembled LTA-443 Clamp lor Power Cord.. Plug and Cable ' ' ' ' N o . to""t6 switcr. PINNSYtYANtA Prinled in U. with Lever ' ' Mountiid Plate aud Lock Fealure.. l!' Min. Radius. its possessions except Puerto Rico and the Canal Zone. 49-309 8' P. 3 Teeth.. ..488 LTA.Q22" ThLck.025' Thick. @ R o c k w e l ln l A N u F A c r u R l N Gc o M P A N Y POWER TOOt DIVISION PtrrsBurcHE.G. No. #10-32 HexaoonNut.2&878 %'wia". sP-5s2 2 #10-32 x 516'Round. .5 Teeth/In. 28-896 ) _1 ACGESSORIES No. .. . Distribution in the United States. LSB-35.'4Teeth/In. . ACCESSORIESAND TOOLS TO FACILITATE HANDLING WE SUGGEST ORDERING ALL PARTS THROUGH YOUR DELTA DEALER ?he right is reserved to make changes in design or equipment at any time without incurring any obligation to install these on machines previously sold..882 LampAttachment. 2&879 i2' Wiae. 49-315 rcs-2?2-S TC$281 TCS-319 sP-lo4 sP-55r sP-s69 sP-629 sP-677 SP..Head Machine Screw.44I Switch Box Cover Frame.. No.. and in Canada and the Philippine Islands is by authorized Delta Dealers. DEtfA .025" Thick.489 LTA. Radius. . Skip Tooth Hard q SWITCH AIIID CONNDCTIONS (for cBs-130 Armored Cable. to. 4 9 .O32" Thick. 2" Miu. . I HP.Radius. . No.. No..Toble l. Ft"q. Vertical.o22" Thick. .4 Teeth/In.. . r/2" Min. 28-881 sl' Wide. 4 Teeth/In.o22' Tbick.. . Description Part No.49O LTA.. Badius t4'Wide... .. .Ground No. 2-p"t. . .S.439 LTA-440 tTA-450 LTA. Radius No. Swilch Name PLate.O22" Thrlck. .. 2&892 No. Ac-Dc.5 Teeth/In.Puerto Rico and the Canal Zone and to all foreign countries except Canada and the Philippine Islands. Description Part No.

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