Question about Delta 28-248G 14" Band Saw with 1-1/2 HP, Tri-Volt 200/230/460 Volt LVC,Three Phase Motor & Enclosed Stand
DELTA 28-303 14" metal cutting bandsaw, When in the wood cutting mode it seems that the clutch lugs are not staying engaged with the hub. The shifter knob does not move in and out freely and the clutch slides in and out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: delta bs100 bandsaw manual
I just downloaded that manual for free from the Delta Tools website. Just go there (www.deltaportercable.com), go to service/support, click the button/area to get a manual online, click the "Search for your owners manual now" part at the bottom of the page, when the Service Net page opens, enter your model # (BS100) under the "Need a Manual?" section at the bottom of the page and click "go". When the search function displays the single result, click on the underlined words "Instruction Manuals" in the "Manuals" column. Now just save the manual that is offered in .pdf format to your hard drive.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: Need bandsaw manual
Go to this link: http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/Products/DocumentView.aspx?productid=43116&typeId=9930&documentId=29416
Instead of clicking on Instruction Manual, click on the model number of the saw. This takes you to a page showing the parts diagram.
In the upper left of that page see 2 links to manuals. You want the one that begins EN...
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Posted on Mar 30, 2009
The first thing that I would check is the wiring to the saw. My guess is that the wire to the saw or the cord is not heavy enough.
As saw like that can pull a lot of amps. Probably 15 or more when working hard. What happens is that when the amp draw goes up and the cord is too light, the voltage drops which increases the amps. and starts a vicious cycle...
The one thing that finally gives is the internal overload in your motor.
Try running heavier wire or a heavier extension cord if you are using one.
#12 wire or a 12 wire cord would be minimum, if running over say 50 feet then you should be looking at #10 wire.
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
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Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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Sounds like your blade is getting hot, causing it to expand, causing it to be too loose. The blade gets hot when it's teeth are rubbing or scraping the material more than they are cutting. . You might see some improvement by increasing the blade tension and feeding the material a bit more aggressively. . But you will see greater improvement by using a blade with fewer teeth. For a given blade, the thicker the material is, the more teeth there are engaged in cutting at the same time, so each tooth gets a smaller share of your feeding force. . The optimum number of teeth that should be engaged in the cut at a time varies by the material, the style, quality and condition of the blade, and the rigidity of the saw---- but you can use 3 to 10 as a rough guide. . Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa. Al Kupchella
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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