Equipment information:

Proxxon DSH/E Saw
Manufacturer:
Proxxon
Model: DSH/E
Date:
Category: Tools
Group: Saw
Description: VARIABLE SPEED SCROLL SAW
Information:
                                    The PROXXON mechanical scroll saw is a very solid and
robustly designed device. The heavy base made of cast
material, item 12, forms a solid basis for the expensive
mechanism of the machine which can work vibration-free,
precisely positioned and driven by an electronically controlled
direct current motor 13.
The areas of application are multifaceted. Your DSH/E is
particularly suitable for mould construction, precision
engineering model building and toy manufacture. For this
reason, it is precisely the right tool for designers, architects
(model building) and carpenters.
The large-area, saw table 14 1/8" x 10 5/8" for mitre cuts can
be titled up to 45°, is manufactured from aluminium die
casting for the highest precision and stability, and is then
ground for optimal glide properties.
The high quality saw blade mounts (5 and 6) and the innovative
quick clamping 1 also guarantee a lot of pleasure while working
and a convincing working result.
Changing the saw blades 15 is very simple with the quick
tensioning clamp. Saw blades with flat ends (without pin) are
introduced into the clamp adapter when the quick tensioning
device is released, clamped by tightening the screw and then
tightened with the tensioning device.
Changing saw blades with pins is even easier. These are
simply attached when the quick clamp is released and then
clamped using the quick clamp device.
The saw blade tensioning can then be set by the large rotary
button 2 at the top end of the arm.
Fig. 9
GROUNDING
ADAPTER
GROUNDING
MEANS GROUNDING
METAL SCREW
COVER OF GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
<A> <B>
<C>
<D>
PIN
PIN
- 11 -
The replacement saw blades are stored in the “saw blade
garage" 3, on the side of the panelling of the top arm.
The DSH/E saws soft wood up to a thickness of 2", plastic up
to 1 1/4" and non-ferrous metals up to 0.4".
The saw can also be used without problem for separating
Plexiglas, GRP, foam, rubber, leather and cork.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Proxxon -- DSH/E -- User Manual
File name: Proxxon-7245-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 20
Size: 1.85 Mbytes (1944100 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 37070-99
Date:
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Downloads: 47 since 02 October 2015
Information:
1 Mechanical Scroll Saw DSH/E with electronic speed control
................................................................................................6
2 General Safety Instructions:
...................................................................................................................................................7
3 Additional Safety Instructions
.................................................................................................................................................8
4 Grounding Instructions
.........................................................................................................................................................10
5 Legend (fig. 1)
.......................................................................................................................................................................10
6 Description of machine (also see fig. 1a and 1b)
..................................................................................................................10
7 Technical data
.......................................................................................................................................................................11
8 Set-up and commissioning of the saw:
...............................................................................................................................11
8.1 Unpacking (fig. 1a and 1b):
...................................................................................................................................................11
8.2 Attaching Blade Guard
.........................................................................................................................................................11
8.3 Setting up the saw:
...............................................................................................................................................................11
8.4 Adjust and set angle display (fig. 2):
.....................................................................................................................................12
8.5 Assembling the air nozzle (fig. 3):
.........................................................................................................................................12
8.6 Connecting the vacuum cleaner (fig. 4):
...............................................................................................................................12
8.7 Saw blades
...........................................................................................................................................................................12
8.7.1 Clamping in the saw blade (fig. 5a and 5b):
..........................................................................................................................12
8.7.2 Saw blades with cross pin (fig. 5a).
.....................................................................................................................................12
8.7.3 Saw blades with flat ends (hand or leaf saw blades,
see fig. 5b):
........................................................................................12
8.7.4 Finely setting the correct saw tensioning (fig. 6):
..................................................................................................................12
8.7.5 Removing saw blade (fig. 5a and
5b):...................................................................................................................................13
9 Working with the saw:
...........................................................................................................................................................13
9.1 General information for working with mechanical scroll
saw:
..............................................................................................13
9.1.1 Selecting the saw blade:
.......................................................................................................................................................13
10 Selecting the speed:
.............................................................................................................................................................14
10.1.1 Possible causes of faults:
.....................................................................................................................................................14
10.2 Sawing (fig. 7)
.......................................................................................................................................................................14
10.2.1 Inside cuts (fig. 8)
.................................................................................................................................................................14
10.2.2 Grain cuts:
.............................................................................................................................................................................14
11 Care and maintenance
.........................................................................................................................................................15
12 Accessories
...........................................................................................................................................................................15
Proxxon-7245-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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