Delta 46-745 Instruction Manual

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Page 1 - Wood Lathe

INSTRUCTION MANUALTo learn more about DELTA MACHINERY visit our website at: www.deltamachinery.com.For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,pl

Page 2 - GENERAL SAFETY RULES

10Fig. 14DBFig. 16ACTAILSTOCK LIVE CENTERThe tailstock live center (A) Fig. 14, supplied with yourlathe, is equipped with a No. 2 Morse Taper shank.NO

Page 3 - 03-17-03

11Fig. 19Fig. 20CABFig. 18STARTING AND STOPPING THETOOLThe switch (A) Fig. 18 provides electrical power to theadjustable speed drive. Lift the safety

Page 4 - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

12Fig. 24ABFig. 23AECDFig. 25F6. The REVERSE (REV) button is used FOR SANDINGPURPOSES ONLY. NOTE: When using the faceplate, becertain that the facepla

Page 5 - GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

13LATHE TOOLSStandard wood turning tools come in several differentconfigurations (Fig. 26). The majority of turnings willrequire the gouge tool (A) Fi

Page 6 - EXTENSION CORDS

14Fig. 29Fig. 30TOOL REST POSITIONMount the tool rest in place about 1/8” away fromthe work and 1/8” above the work centerline (Fig. 32.)This position

Page 7 - FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

15Fig. 33Fig. 34Fig. 35ROUGHING A CYLINDERThe large gouge is used in the first turning operation bysmoothing the sharp corners of the work. Run the la

Page 8 - ASSEMBLY

16SMOOTHING A CYLINDERTo smooth a cylinder, use a large skew chisel. Thisrequires practice, but experience with this tool is veryimportant. Place the

Page 9 - HEADSTOCK SPUR CENTER

17CUTTING A SHOULDERUse the parting tool first to reduce the wood to within1/16” of the required shoulder and diameter (Fig. 43).Clean the waste stock

Page 10

18VEE GROOVESCutting the vee groove demands much the sametechnique as the bead, except the skew is hingedstraight into the work without rotation (Fig.

Page 11 - ACTIVATING THE SPINDLE

19The gouge is placed on edge on the tool rest so that thegrind of the chisel forms an approximate right anglewith the work (Figs. 57). The chisel con

Page 12 - CHANGING SPEED RANGES

2Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.Indicates a potentially hazardous situation

Page 13 - OPERATION

20FACEPLATE TURNINGMount turnings that cannot be worked between centers on a faceplate. The greater part of thistype of turning is done with the facep

Page 14 - TOOL REST POSITION

21MAINTENANCEFig. 71REPLACING DRIVE BELT1. Use the supplied Allen wrench (A) Fig. 71 to loosen the set screw in the handwheel (B) Fig. 71. Engage s

Page 15 - POSITION OF HANDS

Use a light oil to lubricate eccentric (A) Fig. 79, and pivot points (B) on both the headstock and the tailstock. (Tailstockillustrated).Use the tip o

Page 16 - SQUARING AN END

23A complete line of accessories is available from your Delta Supplier, Porter-Cable • Delta Factory Service Centers,and Delta Authorized Service Stat

Page 17 - CUTTING SMALL BEADS

The following are trademarks of PORTER-CABLE·DELTA (Las siguientes son marcas registradas de PORTER-CABLE S.A.): Auto-Set®, BAM-MER®, B.O.S.S.®, Build

Page 18 - COVE CUTS

31. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, READ THE INSTRUC-TION MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THEMACHINE. Learning the machine’s application,limitations, and specific hazard

Page 19 - SQUARE SECTIONS

4FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FOR WOOD LATHES 1. DO NOT OPERATE THIS MACHINE UNTIL it i

Page 20 - OUTBOARD TURNING

5A separate electrical circuit should be used for your machines. This circuit should not be less than #12 wire and shouldbe protected with a 20 Amp ti

Page 21 - MAINTENANCE

6Use proper extension cords. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition and is a 3-wire exten-sion cord which has a 3-prong grounding type plu

Page 22 - LUBRICATION

7Carefully unpack the tool and all loose items from the shipping container(s). Remove the protective coating from allunpainted surfaces. This coating

Page 23 - ACCESSORIES

8Fig. 7Fig. 8ABBACFig. 6The hole in the pedestal (C) Fig.6 can be used to fill thepedestal with sand or concrete to provide more ballast.NOTE: If sand

Page 24 - • DELTA)

9Fig. 10ATTACHING LEG INSERTSThe lathe is supplied with four leg inserts, one of whichis shown (A) Fig. 10. To attach the leg inserts to the pedestals

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