6" X 47" HEAVY-DUTY JOINTER MODEL G1182HW / G1182ZHW / G1182Z / G1182ZX INSTRUCTION MANUAL G1182Z G1182ZHW G1182HW G1182ZX COPYRIGHT ©2000 BY GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC. WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC. JANUARY, 2002 PRINTED IN TAIWAN.
G N I N R A W Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are: • Lead from lead-based paints. • Crystalline silica from bricks, cement, and other masonry products. • Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber. Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work.
G1182 Series Jointers Description G1182HW G1182ZHW G1182Z G1182ZX Stand Steel Stand Cabinet Cabinet Heavy-Duty Cabinet Switch Toggle On / Off Toggle On / Off Toggle On / Off Magnetic w/ Light Table Adjustment Hand Wheels Hand Wheels Levers Levers Motor 1 H.P. 1 H.P. 1 H.P. 1 H.P. Dust Collection Chip Chute Chip Chute Chip Chute With Dust Hood Weight 215 lbs. 215 lbs. 225 lbs. Chip Chute With Dust Hood 235 lbs.
Table Of Contents PAGE 1. SAFETY WARNINGS ............................................................................................................3 SAFETY RULES FOR ALL TOOLS ........................................................................4 ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR JOINTERS ....................................5 2. CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS 110V OPERATION ..................................................................................................6 GROUNDING ...........................
SECTION 1: SAFETY For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual Before Operating This Equipment The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous conditions. This manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended to convey the level of importance of the safety messages. The progression of symbols is described below. Remember that safety messages by themselves do not eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper accident prevention measures.
Safety Instructions For Power Tools 9. USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. Conductor size should be in accordance with the chart below. The amperage rating should be listed on the motor or tool nameplate. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating. Your extension cord must also contain a ground wire and plug pin. Always repair or replace extension cords if they become damaged.
Additional Safety Instructions For Jointers 1. JOINTING SAFETY BEGINS with your lumber. Inspect your stock carefully before you feed it over the cutterhead. If you have any doubts about the stability or structural integrity of your stock, DO NOT JOINT IT! 2. MAINTAIN PROPER RELATIONSHIPS of infeed and outfeed table surfaces and cutterhead knife path. 3. ALWAYS USE A PUSH BLOCK when jointing. Never place your hands directly over the cutterhead. 4.
SECTION 2: CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS 110V Operation The Model G1182 Jointer Series is wired for 110/120V, single- phase operation. The 1 H.P. motor is dual voltage; however, we do not recommend converting to 220V because the magnetic switch is only rated for 110V. The motor will safely draw 14 amps at 110V. If you operate this machine on any circuit that is already close to its capacity, it might blow a fuse or trip a circuit breaker.
SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION Commentary We are proud to offer these four models of the Model G1182 6" Jointer. These machines are part of a growing Grizzly family of fine woodworking machinery. When used according to the guidelines set forth in this manual, you can expect years of trouble-free, enjoyable operation and proof of Grizzly’s commitment to customer satisfaction. The Model G1182 Jointer Series all feature 1 H.P. TEFC motors driving a three-knife cutterhead at 5000 R.P.M.
Unpacking The Model G1182 series is shipped from the manufacturer in a carefully packed carton. If you discover the machine is damaged after you’ve signed for delivery, immediately call Customer Service for advice. When you are completely satisfied with the condition of your shipment, you should inventory its parts. If moving this machine up or down stairs, the machine must be dismantled and moved in smaller pieces.
Model G1182Z (Figure 2C) • Jointer Assembly • Fence Assembly • Stand Assembly • Dust Hood • Hardware -Hex Bolts 3⁄8" - 16 x 3⁄4" -Lock Washers 3⁄8" -Allen® Wrench 3mm -V-Belt -Knife Setting Jig -Tilt Lever -Knob -Locking Screw -Flat Washer 1⁄2" -Special Nut 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Figure 2D. G1182ZX layout. In the event that any non-proprietary parts are missing (e.g.
Clean Up The unpainted surfaces are coated with a waxy oil to protect it from corrosion during shipment. Remove this protective coating with a solvent cleaner or citrus-based degreaser such as Grizzly’s G7895 Degreaser. Avoid chlorine-based solvents as they may damage painted surfaces should they come in contact. Always follow the usage instructions on the product you choose for clean up. Site Considerations FLOOR LOAD Your Model G1182 series jointer represents a moderate weight load in a small footprint.
SECTION 4: ASSEMBLY Beginning Assembly All die-cut metal parts have a sharp edge (called “flashing”) on them after they are formed. This is removed at the factory. Sometimes, though, a bit of flashing might escape inspection. Please examine the edges of all die-cut metal parts before handling them or serious injury may occur. Disconnect power to the machine when performing any maintenance, assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury.
Figure 4. Attaching the dust chute. 3. Position the dust chute base between the dust chute sides (flanges up), carefully aligning the screw holes in the base and the sides. See Figure 4 and 5. The flanges should be inside the chute. NOTICE Make sure the slots in the motor support are toward the top of the stand. Figure 5. Attaching the dust chute base. 4. Attach the top of the stand to the sides and dust chute.
6. The power switch is already installed on the right hand panel of the stand. To complete the wiring, it is first necessary to remove the switch assembly from the stand. Remove the two Phillips® head screws holding the metal mounting plate to the stand. The entire switch can then be pulled out of the stand. 7. Turn the stand upright and securely tighten all fasteners on the stand and dust chute. Stand (G1182Z, ZX & ZHW) Jointer to Stand This step will require at least two people.
V-Belt 1. Setscrews Bearing Block Cutterhead Pulley Cutterhead Loosen the motor mount bolts located inside the dust chute and slide the motor up until you can attach the V-Belt to the pulleys. See Figure 8. Motor Pulley Setscrews Figure 9. Pulley and V-belt alignment. Fence Figure 8. Motor mounts inside dust chute. 2. 3. 4. -14- Allow the weight of the motor to rest against the V-Belt and lightly tighten one motor mount bolt. For the time being, this will be adequate belt tension.
Cutter Guard 1. The cutterhead guard pivot shaft is slotted on the end. This slot fits over the tang at the end of a spring located in the spring housing. See Figure 11. Look down the pivot hole to get an idea where this tang is located. 2. Remove the setscrew from the slotted end of the pivot shaft. Rotate the spring housing counter-clockwise approximately 1 turn. Insert the guard shaft into the pivot hole, lining up the slot with the tang. 3.
Knife Setting Gauge Pedestal Switch G1182ZX Only 1. Insert the steel rod through the hole in each adjuster arm until the notches for the E-clips extend past the adjustment arms on both sides. 2. Attach the E-clips to the notches to lock adjustment arms onto the steel rod. The adjustment arms are symmetrical, so the placement is not a concern. See Figure 13. Your jointer comes with a pedestal mounted magnetic switch for safety and convenience.
SECTION 5: ADJUSTMENTS Disconnect power to the machine when performing any maintenance, assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. Setscrews Lock Handle Check Nuts Keep loose clothing rolled up and out of the way of machinery and keep hair pulled back. Wear safety glasses during the entire adjustment process. Failure to comply may result in serious personal injury. Figure 14. Location of check nuts.
before shipping. Springs are also included in the cutterhead supplied with your machine. They may be used instead of the jack screws depending on your preference. Now is a good time to double-check the knife settings. To inspect and adjust knife set: ADJUSTMENTS USING JACK SCREWS When using jack screws, it is not necessary to install the springs. The knives are locked into the cutterhead with wedge-type gibs and gib bolts. Jack screws under the knives allow fine tuning to help in the setting process.
ADJUSTMENTS USING SPRINGS. The knives are locked into the cutterhead with wedgetype gibs and gib bolts. Jack screws under the knives may be substituted with springs to help in the setting process. When using springs, it is advised that the jack screws be removed. To realign the knives: Tighten Loosen 1. Unplug the jointer! 2. Loosen the gib bolts until the knife is loose in the slot. The gib bolts turn clockwise to loosen and counterclockwise to tighten (when facing the head of the bolt).
6. Tighten the checknut, loosen the table lock handle, and move the table down with the lever – then up against the stop. Check the accuracy of the stop setting with a straightedge over the cutterhead and fine tune if necessary. Infeed Table Figure 17. Table stop bolt and check nut. 1. Loosen the jam nut and unscrew the table stop bolt out 3 or 4 turns. See Figure 19. 2. Place a straightedge on the outfeed table so it hangs over the infeed table.
90° Fence Stop 1. Place a square on the outfeed table fairly close to the cutterhead. See Figure 20. DO NOT attempt any adjustments while your Model G1182 is running. Ensure that the switch is off, power is disconnected and moving parts have stopped before making adjustments. Serious personal injury may occur. 45° Fence Stop Figure 20. Use of square to align fence. 2. Loosen the fence lock handle and the checknut on the positive stop bolt.
Figure 23. Jointer fence in 45° stop position. 3. If there is a gap between the bevel’s blade and the face of the fence, turn the stop bolt until the gap is gone. 4. Tighten jam nut. Move your fence forward, then back against the stop. Recheck the stop bolt. Jointer knives are dangerously sharp. Use extreme caution when handling knives or working near them. Serious personal injury may occur.
SECTION 6: OPERATIONS Test Run Disconnect power to the machine when performing any maintenance, assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. Keep loose clothing rolled up and out of the way of machinery and keep hair pulled back. Wear safety glasses during the entire operation process. Failure to comply may result in serious personal injury. Stock Inspection If the stock has large or loose knots, consider finding another workpiece.
Edge Joining Beveling The purpose of edge jointing is to produce a finished, flat-edged surface that is suitable for joinery or finishing. It is also a necessary step prior to ripping stock to width on a table saw or radial arm saw. Beveling an edge is essentially the same operation as edge jointing, except that the fence is tilted to a specified angle. Use extra care to ensure that the edge makes solid contact with the infeed and outfeed tables at all times. 1. Make sure the fence is set to 90°.
Surface Planing Rabbet Cuts The purpose of planing on a jointer is to produce one flat surface. The theory behind this is that once you have one flat surface on a board, it can then more readily be milled to precise, final dimensions on a thickness planer. It is nearly impossible to surface plane both sides of a board effectively because the two surfaced sides will not be parallel to each other. A rabbet is a groove cut along the edge of a board.
SECTION 7: MAINTENANCE Tables Disconnect power to the machine when performing any maintenance, assembly or adjustments. Failure to do this may result in serious personal injury. Keep loose clothing rolled up and out of the way of machinery and keep hair pulled back. Wear safety glasses during the entire maintenance process. Failure to comply may result in serious personal injury. General Regular periodic maintenance on your Model G1182 Jointer will ensure its optimum performance.
SECTION 8: CLOSURE The following pages contain general machine data, parts diagrams/lists, troubleshooting guide and Warranty/Return information for your Model G1182. If you need parts or help in assembling your machine, or if you need operational information, we encourage you to call our Service Department. Our trained service technicians will be glad to help you.
MACHINE DATA SHEET Customer Service #: (570) 546-9663 • To Order Call: (800) 523-4777 • Fax #: (800) 438-5901 JOINTER MODELS G1182HW / G1182ZHW / G1182Z / G1182ZX Design Type ......................................................................................................Floor Model Capacities: Maximum Depth of Cut..............................................................................................1⁄2" Maximum Width of Cut ......................................................................
MAIN TABLES 33 32 29 34 03 30 31 17 18 16 14 15 08 18A 09 10 09 02 1 06 07 28 06 05 07 20 28 26 13 10 05A 06 07 09 27 21 11 22 23 04 08 12 24 25 09 16 16 11 25 12 13 REF PART # DESCRIPTION 01 PG1182001 BASE 01 PG1182HW001 BASE (TYPE HW) 02 PG1182002 INFEED TABLE 02 PG1182HW002 INFEED TABLE (TYPE HW) 03 PG1182003 OUTFEED TABLE 03 PG1182HW003 OUTFEED TABLE (TYPE HW) 04 PG1182004 GIB 05 PG1182005 TABLE LOCK HANDLE 05A P102603A LOCK HANDLE 5⁄16" 06 PSS12 SETSCREW 1⁄4"-20 x 1" 07 P
STAND FOR JOINTER MODEL G1182Z & G1182ZHW 57 35 56 40 36 41 42 39 37 38 43 44 45 46 48 47 54 53 49 51 55 52 50 REF 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 -30- PART # PN03 PG1182333 PG1182332 PG1182331 PG1182317 PSS03 PK23M PG1182320 PW07 PB07 PN02 PW07 PS30 DESCRIPTION 3 HEX NUT ⁄8''-16 KNOB CABINET DOOR CABINET STAND MOTOR PULLEY SET SCREW 1⁄4"-20 x 3⁄8" KEY 5 x 5 x 25mm MOTOR 5 FLAT WASHER ⁄16" HEX BOLT 5⁄16"-18 x 3⁄4" HEX NUT 5⁄16"-18 FLAT WASHER 5⁄16" PHLP HD SCREW 8-32 x 1'' REF 48 49
FENCE 123 123 129 122 122 130 121 128 125 118 117 126 103 124 104 120 116 105 113 101 111 102 110 109 102 119 114 112 127 105 104 115 126 107 108 106 REF PART # 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 PG1182101 PG1182102 PG1182103 PG1182104 PN08 PG1182106 PG1182107 PG1182108 PG1182109 PG1182110 PG1182111 PN10 PG1182113 PG1182114 PG1182115 DESCRIPTION FENCE PIVOT STUD FENCE HINGE SPECIAL SCREW HEX NUT 3⁄8"-16 TILT LEVER KNOB SPECIAL SCREW FENCE BRACKET FENCE STOP
CUTTERHEAD 215 213 214 212 202 211 205 203 204 217 210 201 217 209 208 207 206 216 207 206 -32- REF PART # 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 PG1182201 G1188 P1021103 PG1182204 P1017117 PN11 PLW04 PG1182208 PG1182209 P6202 PK23M P6203 PG1182213 PG1182214 PSS03 PG1182216 DESCRIPTION CUTTERHEAD KNIVES, SET OF THREE SPRING KNIFE GIB GIB BOLT HEX NUT 3⁄8"-24 LOCK WASHER 3⁄8" STUD BEARING BLOCK BEARING KEY 5 x 5 x 25mm BEARING BEARING BLOCK PULLEY SETSCREW 1⁄4"-
STAND FOR JOINTER MODEL G1182HW 310 301 311 311 310 311 305 316 304 303 310 316 315 315 314 319 307 313 312 318 321 317 311 310 330 306 323A 320 310 309A 310 311 311 308 322B 307 322-1 302 325 326 REF 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 PART # PG1182301 PG1182302 PG1182303 PG1182304 PG1182305 PG1182306 PG1182307 PG1182308 309A PG1182309A 310 PW03 311 PS06 312 PN02 DESCRIPTION BASE PANEL RIGHT STAND SUPPORT LEFT STAND SUPPORT LEFT DUST CHUTE RIGHT DUST CHUTE MOTOR SUPPORT FRONT PANEL SWI
HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY FOR MODEL G1182HW & G1182ZHW 401 402 The handwheel adjustment mechanism is substituted for the lever adjustment mechanism on the G1182HW & G1182ZHW only.
PEDESTAL MOUNTED SWITCH FOR JOINTER MODEL G1182ZX 423 414 415 420 424 418 422 419 416 421 REF PART # 414 PG1182ZX414 415 PB02 416 PW06 417 PN05 418 PG1182ZX418 419 PG1182ZX419 420 PG1182ZX420 421 PG1182ZX421 422 PG1182ZX422 423 PG1182ZX423 424 PG1182ZX424 G1182 6" Series Jointers 417 DESCRIPTION SELF TAPPING SCREW HEX BOLT 1⁄4-20 X 5⁄8" FLAT WASHER 1⁄4" 1 ⁄4"-20 NUT SWITCH HOUSING PEDESTAL BACK SWITCH PLATE PEDESTAL MOUNT “ON” SWITCH ASSEMBLY “OFF” SWITCH ASSEMBLY LIGHT INDICATOR ASSEMBLY -35-
STAND FOR JOINTER MODEL G1182ZX These parts are exclusive to the Model G1182ZX stand. The rest of the parts for this stand are located on the Model G1182Z & ZHW stand diagram.
TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE Motor will not start. 1. 2. Low voltage. 1. Open circuit in motor or loose 2. connections. Check power line for proper voltage. Inspect all lead connections on motor for loose or open connections. Motor will not start; fuses or 1. circuit breakers blow. 2. Short circuit in line cord or plug. 1. Short circuit in motor or loose 2. connections. Incorrect fuses or circuit break- 3. ers in power line. Inspect cord or plug for damaged insulation and shorted wires.
WARRANTY AND RETURNS Grizzly Industrial, Inc. warrants every product it sells for a period of 1 year to the original purchaser from the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence, accidents, repairs or alterations or lack of maintenance.
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