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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Sidekick
10" Compound Slide Saw
(Models 36-240 and 36-250)
PART NO. 902096 (014)
Copyright © 2001 Delta Machinery
ESPAÑOL: PÁGINA 33
To learn more about DELTA MACHINERY
visit our website at: www.deltamachinery.com.
For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,
please call
1-800-223-7278 (In Canada call 1-800-463-3582).
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Page 1 - 10" Compound Slide Saw

INSTRUCTION MANUALSidekick10" Compound Slide Saw(Models 36-240 and 36-250)PART NO. 902096 (014)Copyright © 2001 Delta MachineryESPAÑOL: PÁGINA 33

Page 2 - SAFETY RULES

10Fig. 22Fig. 23Fig. 24MOVING TABLE TO THE 90DEGREE CUT-OFF POSITION1. Compress table locking lever (A) Fig. 22, and rotatetable (B) to the straight 9

Page 3 - FOR COMPOUND SLIDE SAWS

11OPERATING CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTSFig. 28Fig. 29Fig. 30STARTING ANDSTOPPING MACHINETo start the machine, compress switch trigger (A) Fig.28. To stop

Page 4 - GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

12Fig. 31 Fig. 323. The compound slide saw is equipped with spring-loaded positive stops at the 90 degree straightcut-off position and at the 15, 22.5

Page 5 - INSTRUCTIONS

13Fig. 34Fig. 35Fig. 36Fig. 37ADJUSTING SLIDING FITBETWEEN MOVABLETABLE AND BASEWhen it becomes necessary to adjust the sliding fitbetween the movable

Page 6 - ASSEMBLY

14Fig. 38Fig. 39Fig. 40Fig. 41WORK CLAMP OPERATION1. The height of the work clamp (A) Fig. 38, can beadjusted by loosening lock knob (B) and moving po

Page 7

15ADJUSTING SLIDING FIT BETWEENTRUNNION AND BEVEL BRACKETFig. 42Fig. 43Positive stops are provided to rapidly position the sawblade at 90 and 45 degre

Page 8 - TO THE REAR POSITION

16Fig. 44Fig. 45Fig. 46Fig. 47ADJUSTING 90 AND45 DEGREE BEVELPOSITIVE STOPS1. DISCONNECT THE TOOL FROM THE POWERSOURCE.2. Loosen bevel lock handle and

Page 9 - CUTTINGHEAD

17Fig. 48 Fig. 49ADJUSTING BLADE GUARD1. The movable blade guard (A) Fig. 48, can be adjusted for proper movement as follows: Tighten nut (B)until th

Page 10 - WORK CLAMP

18ADJUSTING DOWNWARD TRAVELOF SAW BLADEThe downward travel of the saw blade was adjusted at the factory to prevent the saw blade fromcontacting any me

Page 11 - LOCKING SWITCH IN

19Fig. 52Fig. 53ADJUSTING TABLEEXTENSIONS ANDAUXILIARY FENCES(FOR MODEL 36-250 ONLY)Table extensions, one of which is shown at (A) Fig. 52,are provide

Page 12 - TABLE LOCKING MECHANISM

2SAFETY RULESWoodworking can be dangerous if safe and proper operating procedures are not followed. As with all machinery, thereare certain hazards in

Page 13

20Fig. 55Fig. 56Fig. 58Fig. 57FOLDING STANDFOR TRANSPORTATION(FOR MODEL 36-250 ONLY)1. Lock cuttinghead in the down and outward position.Rotate table

Page 14 - FOR BEVEL CUTTING

21Fig. 59 Fig. 606. Fig. 59, illustrates the stand in the folded position.7. When moving the saw from place to place, lift saw by the two extension ta

Page 15 - TRUNNION AND BEVEL BRACKET

225. Slide the two nuts (G) Fig. 62, out of the channel to the right. The two nuts remaining in the front channelmust be removed in the same manner.Fi

Page 16 - POSITIVE STOPS

23Fig. 6610. If using the saw on a workbench (See Fig. 68) or onsaw horses (See Fig. 70), re-assemble the two tableextensions, one of which is shown a

Page 17 - ADJUSTING SLIDING FIT

24USING THE SAW ON SAW HORSESFigs. 69 and 70, illustrate the saw placed for use on saw horses. Notches in the front and rear of themounting feet are d

Page 18

25Fig. 72REPLACING SAWON STAND(FOR MODEL 36-250 ONLY)When assembling the stand to the saw, reverse theinstructions listed in the section “REMOVING SAW

Page 19 - AUXILIARY FENCES

26Fig. 75Fig. 76Fig. 77Fig. 783. Push down on the cuttinghead (C) Fig. 75, with theblade running, as shown.4. Push the cuttinghead (C) Fig. 76, forwar

Page 20 - FOR TRANSPORTATION

27Fig. 79Fig. 80Fig. 81Fig. 82USING THE WORK CLAMPAND STOCK STOPFigures 79 and 80 illustrate a compound miter/bevel cutbeing made using the work clamp

Page 21 - REMOVING SAW FROM STAND

28Fig. 83Fig. 84Fig. 85Fig. 86CUTTINGCROWN MOULDINGOne of the unique features of your saw is the ease ofcutting crown moulding. The following is an ex

Page 22

29MAINTENANCECHANGING THE BLADEWARNING: USE ONLY CROSSCUT SAW BLADES. WHEN USING CARBIDE TIPPED BLADES,MAKE SURE THEY HAVE A ZERO DEGREE OR NEGATIVE H

Page 23 - (FOR ALL MODELS)

3ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULESFOR COMPOUND SLIDE SAWS1. USE ONLY CROSSCUT SAW BLADES. WHENUSING CARBIDE TIPPED BLADES MAKE SURE THEYHAVE A ZERO DEGREE OR NE

Page 24 - USING THE SAW ON SAW HORSES

30Fig. 90Fig. 91BRUSH INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENTCAUTION: DISCONNECT THE TOOL FROM THE POWER SOURCE.Brush life varies. It depends on the load on the mo

Page 25 - OPERATION

31Delta Building Trades and Home Shop MachineryTwo Year Limited WarrantyDelta will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, any Delta mach

Page 26

32NOTES

Page 27 - DADO CUTTING

The following are trademarks of PORTER-CABLE•DELTA (Las siguientes son marcas registradas de PORTER-CABLE S.A.): BAMMER®,INNOVATION THAT WORKS®, JETST

Page 28 - CROWN MOULDING

4CONNECTING TOOL TO POWER SOURCEPOWER CONNECTIONSA separate electrical circuit should be used for your tools. This circuit should not be less than #12

Page 29 - MAINTENANCE

Fig. AA Fig. BBGROUNDED OUTLET BOXCURRENTCARRYINGPRONGSGROUNDING BLADEIS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLADESGROUNDED OUTLET BOXGROUNDINGMEANSADAPTERUse proper ext

Page 30

6Fig. 2Fig. 3CAUTION: DO NOT LIFT THE MACHINE BY THE OPERATING HANDLE.BENCH MODELSTAND MODELAAFig. 4Fig. 5SETTING UP STAND (For Model 36-250 Only)1.

Page 31 - ACCESSORIES

7Fig. 7Fig. 8Fig. 9Fig. 11Fig. 103. Pivot the machine so feet (D) Fig. 7, of the left leg areon the floor. NOTE: Make certain the leg hinges (C) Fig.7

Page 32

83. Find the bevel locking knob with flat washer (B)Fig. 13, supplied with the machine. Thread bevel lockingknob and flat washer into hole (C) Fig. 13

Page 33 - • DELTA)

9Fig. 17Fig. 18Fig. 19Fig. 20Fig. 21ASSEMBLING DUST ELBOWAND DUST BAG1. Insert smooth end of dust elbow (A) Fig. 20, intoopening (B). The dust elbow (

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