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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
12" Radial Arm Saw
(Model 33-890)
(Model 33-891)
(Model 33-892)
PART NO. 424-02-651-0023 (018)
Copyright © 2001 Delta Machinery
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 - 12" Radial Arm Saw

INSTRUCTION MANUAL12" Radial Arm Saw(Model 33-890)(Model 33-891)(Model 33-892)PART NO. 424-02-651-0023 (018)Copyright © 2001 Delta MachineryTo le

Page 2 - GENERAL SAFETY RULES

10Fig. 16Fig. 17Fig. 18ADJUSTING TABLEBRACKETS PARALLELTO TRACK ARMTo perform accurate work, the track arm must be parallelto the table top brackets a

Page 3 - RADIAL ARM SAWS

11Fig. 19Fig. 21Fig. 20Fig. 224. Loosen cuttinghead clamp knob (J) Fig. 20 andmove cuttinghead (C) to the front of track arm (K).Loosen track arm lock

Page 4 - GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

12Fig. 26Fig. 23Fig. 24Fig. 257. If an adjustment is necessary, remove screw (R)Fig. 23, loosen locknut (S) and turn leveling screw (T) toraise or low

Page 5 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

13ASSEMBLINGTABLE BOARDS1. Place main table board (A) Fig. 27, on the tablemounting brackets making sure that the two roll pins inthe table mounting b

Page 6 - OPERATING CONTROLS

14Fig. 31Fig. 325. Remove screw, flat washer and spacer (G) Fig. 31,that fasten the front inside leaf guard (H) to front end ofblade guard (J). Assemb

Page 7

15OPERATING CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTSEvery Delta Radial Saw is thoroughly tested, inspected and accurately aligned before leaving the factory, and when

Page 8 - CUTTINGHEAD

16Fig. 39Fig. 40Fig. 41ADJUSTING CUTTINGHEADBALL BEARINGS AGAINSTTRACK RODSThe carriage is mounted on four pre-loaded,prelubricated, shielded ball bea

Page 9 - BOX TO BASE

17Fig. 45Fig. 44Fig. 43Fig. 42ADJUSTING BLADE SQUAREWITH TABLE TOPThe saw blade must be square with the table top inorder to produce accurate work. T

Page 10 - TO TRACK ARM

18Fig. 46Fig. 47Fig. 49Fig. 487. When the adjustment is made, turn the bevel clamphandle (F) Fig. 46, counterclockwise to lock the motor inposition. N

Page 11

19Fig. 50Fig. 51Fig. 52Fig. 53ADJUSTING SAW TRAVELSQUARE WITH FENCEThe 12” Radial Arm Saw is equipped with 90 degree and45 degree positive miter stops

Page 12 - TABLE CLAMP RODS

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

Page 13 - ASSEMBLING SAW BLADE

20Fig. 54Fig. 55Fig. 56REMOVING “HEELING”IN SAW CUTEven though the cuttinghead travel may be perfectlyaligned at 90 degrees to the fence, the blade it

Page 14

21ADJUSTING BLADE GUARDAND ANTI-KICKBACK RODOn all ripping and plowing operations, the back part ofthe blade guard is lowered so that it just clears t

Page 15 - CLAMP HANDLE

22Fig. 60ASSEMBLING ACCESSORY33-967 MOULDINGCUTTERHEAD GUARDTo assemble the accessory 33-967 Moulding CutterheadGuard to your Radial Arm Saw, proceed

Page 16 - ADJUSTING TRACK RODS

23MITER CUTTINGMiter cutting is similar to cross-cutting except theworkpiece is cut off at an angle (up to 45 degrees right orleft) rather than being

Page 17 - WITH TABLE TOP

24Fig. 66BCIN-RIPPINGIn-ripping involves all of the general conditions statedunder RIPPING. The yoke is clamped at right angle tothe track arm with t

Page 18 - ADJUSTING TRACK ARM

25PUSH STICKMAKE FROM 1/2" OR 3/4"WOOD OR THICKNESSLESS THAN WIDTH OFMAT’L. TO BE CUTCUT OFF HERE TOPUSH 1/4" WOODCUT OFF HERE TOPUSH 1

Page 20 - CROSS-CUT STOP

27Two Year Limited WarrantyDelta will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, any Delta machine, machine part, or machine accessory which

Page 21 - TRACK ARM STOP

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

Page 22 - OPERATIONS

ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FORRADIAL ARM SAWS31. IF YOU ARE NOT thoroughly familiar with theoperation for Radial Saws, obtain advice from yoursupervisor,

Page 23 - OUT-RIPPING

4POWER CONNECTIONSA separate electrical circuit should be used for your tools. This circuit should not be less than #12 wire and should beprotected wi

Page 24 - IN-RIPPING

Use proper extension cords. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition and is a 3-wire extension cord whichhas a 3-prong grounding type plug a

Page 25 - PUSH STICK

6OPERATING CONTROLSThe following is an explanation of the operating controls of the Delta 10” Radial Saw. We suggest you study theseexplanations caref

Page 26

7ASSEMBLYFig. 4AASSEMBLINGSTEEL LEGS TO BASECarefully support the machine to the rear and brace theframe so the machine is balanced. Attach the four s

Page 27 - Two Year Limited Warranty

8ASSEMBLINGCUTTINGHEADTO TRACK ARM1. Raise the track arm assembly (A) Fig. 7, by turningoverarm elevating handle (F) Fig. 2.2. Remove packing material

Page 28 - • DELTA)

9Fig. 15Fig. 12Fig. 13Fig. 143. Fig. 15, illustrates the starter box assembled to thebase.ASSEMBLING STARTERBOX TO BASEIf you purchased your machine w

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