Craftsman 572.610520 Owner`s manual Download

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owner's
manual
WARNING:
For your own safety,
read your owner's
manual before
operating your
rotaw tool.
MODEL
NOS.
572.610520
572.610530
&
572.610720
ROTARY POWER TOOLS
Refer to your service diagram for specific warranty
information on your Craftsman Rotary Power Tool.
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el diagrama
de servicio
para obtener
informaci6n
especffica
de garantfa
para su
herramienta mecAnica giratoria Craftsman.
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o assembly ®operation o maintenance ,, repair parts
Sears, Roebuck
FORM NO 2610911273
2/96
and Co., Hoffman
Estates, IL 60179 U.SoAo
PRINTED IN US A
ISafety
When using
tools, to
basic
safety
should
always electric
be tel!owed
reduce
the precautions
risk of fire,
electric shock and personal Injury, Including the following:
READ AND SAVE ALL THE FOLLOWING
1_ Keep work area clean -- Cluttered areas
and benches invite injuries
2o Avoid dangerous
environment
_ Don't
expose tools to rain_ Don't use power tools in
damp or wet tocations Don't use power tools
in the presence of flammable liquids or gases
Avoid chemicaI or corrosive environments
Keep work area well lit
3. Guard against electric shock -- Prevent
body contact with grounded surfaces
For
example:
pipes,
radiators,
refrigerator
enclosures
4,, Keep children away -- Do net let visitors
contact tool or extension
cord All visitors
should be kept away from work areas
5o Store idle toots -- When not in use, toots
shou]d be stored in dry, and high or locked-up
ptace -- out of reach of children
6. Don't force tool -- It will do the job better
and safer at the rate for which it was intended
7, Use right tool -- Don't force small too] or
attachment to do the job of a heavy-duty tool.
Don't use tool for purpose not intended -- for
example -- don't use circular saw for cutting
tree limbs or logs
8. Dress properly
-- Do not wear loose
clothing or jewelry They can be caught in
moving parts Rubber gloves and non-skid
footwear are recommended
when working
outdoors
Wear protective
hair covering to
contain long hair
& Use safety glasses -- Also use face or
dust mas]_ if cutting operation is dusty
t0. Don't abuse cord -- Never carry tool by
cord or yank it to disconnect from receptacle
Keep cord from heat, oil, and sharp edges
INSTRUCTIONS:
11. Secure work -- Use clamps or vise to
hold work. it's safer than using your hand and
it frees both bands to operate toot
12o Don't over-reach
-- Keep proper footing
and balance at all times
13. Maintain tools with care -- Keep toots
sharp
and clean
for better
and safer
performance Fo_low instructions for lubricating and changing accessories
inspect toot
cords periodically and, if damaged,
have
repaired by authorized service facility inspect
extension cords periodically
and replace if
damaged
Keep handles dry, clean and free
from oil and grease
14,, Disconnect tools -- When not in use,
before
servicing,
and when
changing
accessories, such as blades0 bits, cutters
15, Remove adjusting
keys and wrenches
-- Form habit of checking to see that keys
and adjusting wrenches are removed from
tool before turning it on
16. Avoid unintentional
starting
-- Don't
carry plugged-in tool with finger on switch Be
sure switch is off when plugged in
17. Outdoor use extension cords -- When
tool is used outdoors,
use only extension
cords intended
for use outdoors
and so
marked
18. Stay alert -- Watch what you are doing.
Use common sense. Do not operate tool
when you are tired Don't use power tools
after taking drugs, alcohot or medications
19o Do not alter or misuse toot -- These
tools are precision
built Any alteration
or
modification not specified is misuse and may
resuft in a dangerous condition
READ AND SAVE ALL THE PRECEDING
20. Avoid gaseous areas -- Do not operate
portable electdc tools in gaseous or explosive
atmospheres
Motors in these tools normally
spark, and the sparks might ignite fumes
21. Check for damaged
parts -- Before
further use of the tool, check for damaged
parts Check for alignment of moving parts,
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts,
mounting, and any other conditions that may
affect its operation
A part that is damaged
should be properly repaired or replaced by an
authorized service center before further use
of the tooi Have defective switches replaced
by an authorized sewice center, Do not use
tool if switch does not turn it on and off
22. Your tool is double insulated -- And no
grounding is necessary The tool is equipped
with a two wire cord and two prong pfug
which can be used in standard
120 volt
A.C.
outlets_
Use
only
identical
replacement
parts
when
service
is
required.
2& Polarized plugs -- Your tool is equipped
with a polarized plug (one blade is wider than
the other), this plug will fit in a polarized out_et
onIy one way If the p_ug does not fit fully in
the outlet, reverse the plug ff it still does not
fit, contact a qualified electrician to instal] the
proper outlet. To reduce the risk of electric
shock do not change the plug in any way
24. Extension
cords -- An undersized cord
will cause a drop in line voltage, resulting in
loss of power and over-heating
Use 18
gauge or heavier cord, NOTE: The smaller
the gauge number, the heavier the cord
(Extension cords are available )
25,, WARNING:
Use of damaged
shock, bum or electrocute
cords can
INSTRUCTIONS
I Maintenance
MAINTENANCE OF REPLACEABLE BRUSHES
Models 572 610520, 572 610530 & 572 610720
The brushes should be inspected frequently
when tools are used continuously
if your tool
runs sporadically,
loses power,
makes
unusual noises or runs at a reduced speed,
check the brushes To continue using the tool
in this condillon will permanently
damage
your too_
CURVEDENDOFBRUSH
- MUST_ATCH CURVATURE
OFHOUSING
With the cord unplugged, remove the brush
caps one at a time with a small screwdriver by
rotating cap counter-clockwise and check
each brush
If the brush is less than 1/8" long and the end
surface of the brush that contacts the
commutator is rough and/or pitted, they
should be replaced Check both brushes
Usually the brushes will not wear out simultaneously If one brush is worn out, replace
both brushes Make sure the brushes are
installed as illustrated The curved surface of
the brush must match the curvature of the
commutator.
After repladng brushes the tool should be run
at no-load; place it on a clean surface and run
it freely for 5 minutes before loading (or using)
the tool This wi!l allow the brushes to "seat"
properly and will give you more hours of life
from each set of brushes This wilt also
extend the total life of your tool since the com_
mutator surface will "wear" tonge_
BRUSH
CURVATURE
OFHOL!SIN6
BRUSH
CAP
BEARINGS - Rotary Tool No& 572,610520,
572.610530 & 572,610720 have double ball
bearing construction,, Under normal use
neither type requires additional lubrication,,
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CAUTION:
Any servicing of this tool (Excluding brush replacement
for
Models
572.610520,
572610530
& 572 610720)
should
be
performed
by an authorized
service
representative
IMPORTANT!
Use of any accessories or attachments other
than those suppiied by Sears may be
hazardous
Here are examples
of what a SEARS
Craftsmantool can
do...
Sharpen Tools
Precise Ddliing
Shape Wood
[
Cawe Wood
_Do
_The
operation of any power
toot can result in foreign
objects being thrown into the eyes, which can
result in severe eye damage Always wear
safety glasses or eye shields before commencing
power
tool operation,
We
recommend Wide Vision Safety Mask for use
over spectacles or standard safety glasses
Whenever you hold the tool, be careful not to
cover the air vents with your hand This blocks
the air flow and causes the motor to overheat
_
Always unplug rotary tool
before changing accessories, changing collets or servicing your
rotary toolo
COLLET -- To loosen, first press shaft lock
button and rotate the shaft by hand until the
lock engages the shaft preventing further
rotation.
engage
loci(
while
the not
Rotary
Tool Is
running.
With the shaft lock engaged use the coilet
wrench to loosen the collet nut if necessary
Change accessories by inserting the new one
into tl_e collet as far as possible to minimize
runout and unbalance. With the shaft lock
engaged, finger tighten the coflet nut until the
accessory shank is gripped by the co!let Avoid
excessive tightening of the collet nut The
collet system is a superior method of seeudng
accessoi3es
COLLETS _ Two different size coliets (see
illustration),to accommodate different shank
sizes, are available for your Rotary Tool, To
instatl a different cofiet, remove the cotlet nut
and remove the old colleL Insert the unslotted
end of the coltet in the hole in the end of the
tool shaft,, Replace coIIet nut on the shaft.
Always use the collet which matches the
shank size of the accessory you plan to
uSe,rNever force a larger diameter shank into
a coltst
Cut Metal
BALANCING
ACCESSORIES
-- For
precision work, it is important that all
accessories be in good ba;ance (much the
same as the tires on your automobile} To true
up or balance an accessory, slightly loosen
collet nut and give the accessory or collat a 1/4
turn. Retighten coflet nut and nJn the Rotary
Tool. You should be able to teff by the sound
and feel if your accessory is running m
balance. Continue adjusting in this fashion
until best balance is achieved To maintain
balance on abrasive wheel points, before each
use, with the wheel point secured in the co]let,
turn on the Rotary Tool and run the Dressing
Stone lightly against the revolving wheel point
This removes high spots and trues up the
wheel point for good balance
Do
use 1"grinding
wheelsnot over
in diameter. Rotary Tool's high speed can cause
larger wheels to fly apart and could cause
injury,
COLLETIDENTIFICATIONCHART-- Coltet sizes
c-_
be identifiedby the rings on theback end of eollet
1/32" Co[let has one (t) ring
!/16" Collet has two (2) rings
3/32" Cotlef has three (3) rings
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1/8" CoHethas no rings
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,,..,o0,
\
Deburr Metal
/
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SAFETY -- Protect your eyes when grinding
or routing with the Rotary Toof .always wear
an approved type of safety glasses
Remember, your new Sears Rotary Tool is the
finest power tool of its kind But its
performance
is only as good as the
accessories
with which it is used. We
recommend only Sears accessories be used.
Use of any other accessories may create a
hazard We hope you'll enjoy many years of
trouble free pleasure from your Sears
Craftsman Rotary Power Tool
TOTIfiHTEN
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--L_
C0LLEr
--'_ NUT
ACCESSORIES
USE ONLY
RECOMMENDED
TOLOOSEN
COLLET
118"COLLET 25037
3/32"COLLET
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Craftsman
Rotary Power
Too
The Rotary Toot is a handful of high-speed
power
It serves
as a carver,
a grinder,
polisher, sander, cutter, power brush, drilt and
more
The Rotary Tool has a small, powerful electric
motor, is comfortable
in the hand, and is
made to accept a targe variety of accessories
including abrasive
wheels, drill bits, wire
brushes, polishers, engraving cutters, router
bits, and cutting wheels Accessories come in
a variety of shapes and permit you to do a
number of different
jobs. As you become
familiar with the range of accessories
and
their uses, you will learn ust how versatile the
Rotary Tool is You f see dozens of uses you
hadn't thought of before now
The real secret of the Rotary Tool is its speed
To understand
the advantages
of its high
speed, you have to know that the standard
portable electric dril runs at speeds up to
2,800 revolutions per minute. The Rotary Tool
operates at speeds up to 30,000 revolutions
per minute The typical electdc drill is a lowspeed, high torque too!; the Rotary Tool is ust
the opposite - a high-speed, low torque tool
The chief difference to the user is that in the
high speed tools, the speed combined with
the accessory mounted in the collet does the
work. You don't appty pressure to the tool, but
simply hold and gu{de it tn the low speed
tools, you not only guide the tool, but also
apply pressure to it, as you do, for example,
when drilling a hole
Instead, lower the spinning accessory lightly
to the work and allow it to touch the point at
which you want cutting (or sanding or etching,
etc ) to begin, Concentrate on guiding the tool
over the work using very little pressure from
your hand Aitow the accessory to do the
work
Usually, it is best to make a series of passes
with the tool rather than attempt to do alt the
work in one pass To make a cut, for example,
pass the tool back and forth over the work,
much as you would a small paint brush Cut a
little material on each pass until you reach the
desired depth, For most work, the deft, gentle
touch is best With it, you have the best
control, are less likely to make errors, and will
get the most efficient work out of the
accessory
For best control in close work, grip the Rotary
Tool fike a pencil between your thumb and
forefinge_
It is this high speed, along with its compact
size and wide variety of special accessories,
that makes the Rotary Tool different from
other power tools The speed enables it to do
jobs low speed tools cannot do, such as
culling hardened steel, engraving gtass, etc
Operating Speeds
& Accessories
Set the speed indicator to fit the job; to
achieve the best job results when working
with different
materials,
the speed of the
Rotary Too_ should be regulated. Only a full
wave output speed control such as the Sears
Model 2514 (available
from catalog only)
shoutd be used with the Modet 572.610520
Models 572610530
& 572610720
Rotary
Tools have an integral speed control and an
external speed control should never be used
with these tools
To select the right speed for each job, use a
practice piece of material. Vary speed to find
the best speed for the accessory
you are
using and the job to be done
There are three basic types of Rotary Tools:
singte speed, two-speed and variable speed
models On the single speed model, there is
an ON-OFF switch_ When the switch is on,
the toot runs at 28,000 RPM On the twospeed-mode!,
there is a LO and H! switch
When the switch
indicator is on the low
setting, the too] runs at about 20,000 RPM
When the switch indicator
is on the high
setting, the toot runs at about 30,000 RPM
On the variable
speed model, there is a
switch indicator with a white line on it..Slide to
the number on the housing to seiect the
operating speed needed from 5,000 - 30,000
RPM You can refer to the charts on page 5 to
determine
the proper speed, based on the
material being worked and the type of cutter
or other accessory being used These charts
enable you to select both the correct accessory and the optimum speed at a glance
If you have a single-speed
or two-speed
model,
you will be able to use many
accessories to do a wide assortment of jobs.
For the majority of applications, all models of
the Rotary Tool should be used at top speed
Getting the most out of your Rotary Tool is a
ma_ter of learning how to let this speed work
for you
Needs for Slower Speeds
Certain materials,
however, (some plastics,
for example) require a retatively slow speed
because at high spend the friction of the tool
generates heat and causes the plastic to melt
Using the
Rotary Power
TooN
Slow speeds (15,000 RPM or less) usually
are best for polishing operations employing
the felt polishing accessories
They may also
be best for working on de_icate projects as
"eggery" work, delicate wood carving and
fragile model parts You should always do
polishing with wire brush accessories
at
slower speeds and never higher than 15,000
RPM
Read the next sections carefully
They will
hetp you use your Rotary Tool correctly and
hetp you select the correct accessory for your
job
.... The first step in learning to use the Rotary
Tool is to get the "feel" of it Hold it in your
hand and feel its weight and balance. Feel the
taper of the housing This taper permits the
Rotary Tool to be grasped much like a pen or
pencil
When you turn on the tool for the first time,
hold it away from your face. Accessories can
be damaged
during handling,
and can fly
apart as they come up to speed This is net
common, but it does happen
Practice on scrap materials first to see how
the Rotary Tool cuts Keep in mind that the
work is done by the speed of the tool and by
the accessory in the coltet. You should not
tean on or push the tool into the work
This is the "handgrip" method of holding the
tool used for operationssuch as grinding a flat
surface or using cutoff wheels
_
When using the steel
saws, cutoff wheels, high
speed cutters or tungsten carbide cutters,
always have the work securely clamped.
Never attempt to hold the work with one
hand while
using
any of these
accessories. The reason is that these
wheels will grab if they become slightly
canted in the groove, and can kickback
causing loss of control resulting in
serious injury. Your second hand should
be used to steady and guide the hand
holding the tool. When a cutoff wheel
grabs, the wheel itself usually breaks.
When the steel saw, high speed cutters or
tungsten carbide cutter grab, it may jump
from the groove and you could lose
control of the tool.
Higher speeds are better for carving, cutting,
routing, shaping, cutting dadoes or rabbets in
wood
Hardwoods,
metals and glass require high
speed operation, and drilling should also be
done at high speeds
The speed of the Rotary Tool is controlted by
setting this indicator on the housing
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TheSettings
forApproximate
Revolutions
Per
Minute
Rotary
TooiVariable
SpeedModel
572610530
Switch
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
To aid you in determining
the optimum
operational speed for different materials and
different accessories, we have constructed a
series of tables that appear on page 5 By
referring to these tables, you can discover the
recommended
speeds for each type of
accessory
Look these tables over and
become familiar with them.
Speed Range
4,5008,000
9,000-11,000
12,000- t7,000
18,000 - 24,000
25,000 - 30,000
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
Ultimately, the best way to determine the
correct speed for work on any matedal is to
practice for a few minutes on a piece of scrap,
even after referring to the chart You can
quickly learn that a slower or faster speed is
more effective just by observing what happens
as you make a pass or two at different speeds.
When working wilh plastic, for example, start
at a slow rate of speed and increase the speed
untit you observe that the plastic is melting at
the point of contact. Then back the speed off
slightly to get the optimum working speed
NOTE: Speed is affected by voltage
changes. A reduced incoming voltage will
slow the RPM of the toot, especially at the
lowest setting, If your tool appears to be
running slowly increase the speed setting
accordingly°
The point to remember is this: You can do the
great majorily of work with the single speed at
its regular speed of 28,000 RPM But for
certain materials and types of work, you need
slower speeds -- which is the reason the
variable speed models were developed
SPEED SETTINGS
STOCK
NUMBER
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1 Plastic and materials that melt at low
temperatures should be cut at low speeds.
3 Soft wood shoutd be cut at high speed
4 iron or steel should be cut at top speed il
using tungsten carbide accessory, but at
slower speeds if using high speed steel
cutters If a high speed steel cutter starts to
chatter -- this normally means it is running
too slow
5 Aluminum, copper aIfoys, lead alloys, zinc
alloys and tin may be cut at any speed,
depending on the type of cutting being
done Use paraffin or other suitable
lubricant on the cutter to prevent the cut
material from adhering to the cutter teeth
Increasing the pressure on the too_is not the
answer when it is not cutting as you think it
should Perhaps you should be using a
different cutter, and perhaps an adjustment in
speed would solve the problem But leaning on
the tool seldom helps
.Spee,
I for light cuts, caution burning on deep grooves.
,t Dope _din 9 on cutting direction, relative to £1rain.
HARD
LAMINATES1
STEELpLASTIC
GLASSBRASS
ALUMINUM'
ETC. ] SHELL]
STONE
WOOD
HIGH SPEED CUTTERS
5
3
2
SOFT
WOOD
6
5
53101
Some rulesof thumbin regardto speed:
2, Polishing, buffing and cleaning with a wire
brush should be done at speeds below
15,000 RPM to prevent damage to the
brush
2
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CERAMIC
1
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I:2 .
25014,53102
25012,53070
53103,25011
5
6
5
4
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2501625008
53074,53075
53075
}
25034
5
5
3
2
2
4
f
4
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5
l
53094
53107,53108,53!09,
53111,53095,53096
53090,53091
53092
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2
2
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OXIDE GRINDING STONES
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1-2
1
1
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TUNGSTEN
5
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SILICON CARBIDE
63071,52072,53104
53073,53105
3
2"
25053
53078
25049,25046
25057
25058
i
3"
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RUBBER POLISHING POINT
CUTTING ACCESSORIES--SEE
25026
25024,
53088
1-2
2
2
SMALL
ENGRAWNG
CUTTERS
5,
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5
1-2
.............. 2
2 ............................
2
1-2
2
5
5
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!-1
1-3
1-1
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1-1
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GRINDING STONES
1 I
CARBIDE
1
1
CUTTERS
2
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Rotary Tool Accessories
The number and variety of accessories for the
Rotary Tool are almost ]fmifless.There is a
category suited to almost any job you might
have to do -- and a variety of sizes and
shapes within each category which enables
you to get the perfect accessory for every
need
Coltets
If you expect to use a variety of accessories,
we recommend that in the beginning you
purchasea complete set of four coliets. Store
these so that you wJtlhave the propersize of
celtet for any accessory or drill bit you want to
use. Currently, the No_ 25036 I/8" and No
25037 3/32" coltets accommodate all of the
available Sears accessories.
Mandrels
A mandrel is a shank with a threaded or
screw head, and mandrels are required when
you use polishing accessories,
cutting
wheels, sanding discs, and polishing points
The reason mandrels are used is that sanding
discs, cutting wheels and similar accessories
must be replaced frequently The mandrel is a
permanent shank, allowing you to replace
only the worn head when necessary, thus
saving the expense of replacing the shaft
each time
Screw Mandrel Noo53089
This is a screw mandrel used with the felt
polishing tip and felt polishing wheels.
Small Screw Mandrel Noo25028
This is a mandrel with a small screw at itstip,
and is used with emery cutting wheels,
sanding discs and polishing wheels
High Speed Cutters
Available in many shapes, high speed cutters
are used in carving, cutting and slotting in
wood, plastics and soft metats such as
aluminum, copper and brass. These are the
accessories to use for freehand routing or
carving in wood or plastic, and for prec_slon
cutting
Tungsten Carbide Cutters
These are tough,long-lived cutters for use on
hardened steel, fired ceramics and ether very
hard materials
They can be used for
engraving on toe_sand garden equipment
Small Engraving Cutters
This group has a wide variety of sizes and
shapes, and are made for intricate work on
ceramics (greenware), wood carvings, jewelry
and scrimshaw They often are used in
making complicated printed circuit boards.
They should not be used on steel and other
very hard materials but are excellent on
wood, plastic and soft metals Needs 3/32"
cotlet_
Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stones
Round, pointed, fiat J you name the shape
and there is one available in this category.
These are made of aluminum oxide and
cover virtually every possible kind of gdnding
application Use them for sharpening lawn
mower blades, screwdriver t_ps, knives,
scissors, chisels and other cutting tools. Use
to remove flash from metal castings,
deburdng any metal after cutting smoothing
welded joints,grinding off rivets and removing
rust, In machine shops, high speed drills and
cutters normarly are ground with aluminum
oxide wheels
Silicon Carbide Grinding Stones
Tougher than aluminum oxide points, these
are made especially for use on hard materials
such as glass and ceramics. Typical uses
might be the removal of stilt marks and
excess glaze on ceramics and engraving on
glass
Wire Brushes
Three different shapes of wire brushes are
available For best results wire brushes
should be used at speeds not greater than
t5,000 RPM. They remove rust from tools
and other metal surfaces, and clean and
burnish metal parts Use for such jobs as
cleaning electrical connections to assure
good conduction
Bristle Brushes
These are excellent cleaning tools on
silverware, jewelry and antiques The three
shapes make it possible to get into tight
corners and other difficult places Bristle
brushes can be used with polishing
compound for faster cleaning or polishing
_
Polishing Accessories
These includean impregnatedpolishingpoint
and an impregnated polishing wheel for
bringing metal surfaces to smooth finish; a felt
polishing tip and felt polishing wheel and
cloth polishing wheel, all used for polishing
plastics, metals, jewelry and small parts Also
included in this group is a £olishing
compound (No_25031) for use with the felt
and cloth polishers.
Polishing points make a very smooth surface,
but a high iuster is obtained using felt or cloth
wheels and pofishing compound.
No polishing compound is needed when
using the 25034 Polishing Wheel
Allow brushes to run at
operating speed for at
least one minute before using wheel.
During this time no one is to stand in front
or in line with the brush, do not run in
excess of 15,000 RPM.
Cutting Wheels
These thin discs of emery or fiberglass are
used for slicing, cutting off and similar
operations Use them for cutting off frozen
boft heads and nuts, or to resIot a screw head
which has become so damaged that the
screwdriver won't work in it..Fine for cutting
BX cable, small rods, tubing, cable and
cutting rectangular holes in sheet metaf
_When
Aluminum Oxide Abrasive Wheels
Use to remove paint, deburr metal polish
sta nless steel and other metals Available in
fine and medium grits
Sanding Accessories
Sanding discs in fine, medium and coarse
grades are made to fit mandrel No. 25028.
They can be used for nearly any small sanding
job you might have, from model making to fine
furniture finishing.In addition, there is the drum
sander, a tiny drum which fits into the Rotary
Tool and makes it possible to shape wood,
smooth fiberglass, sand inside curves and
other difficult places, and other sanding jobs
You replacethe sanding bands on the drum as
they become worn and lose their grit Bands
come in fine and coarse grades
Page 6
using steel saws,
cutoff wheels, high speed
cutters or tungsten carbide cutters,
always have the work securely clamped,
Never attempt to hold the work with one
hand while
using
any of these
accessories, The reason is that these
wheels will grab if they become slightly
canted in the groove, and can kickback
causing loss of control resulting in
serious injury. Your second hand should
be used to steady and guide the hand
holding the tool. When a cutoff wheel
grabs, the wheel itself usually breaks°
When the steel saws, high speed cutter or
tungsten carbide cutter grab, it may jump
from the groove and you could lose
control of the tool.
AI utilizer herramientas eldctrtcas, slempre se deberdn tomar
precauciones de segurtdad bdsicas pare reducfr el rlesgo de
tncendfo, sacudtdas etdctrlcas y leslones personales, incluyendo Ins sigulentes:
[Seguridad
LEA Y GUARDE TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES
1. Mantengallmptael drea de lrabajo -- Lee_reasy mesas desordenadasinvitana quaseproduzcaoaccidentes
11. Fije la ptezade irabeja_ UtIliceab+'azaderas
e an
lorni+lode carpinleropare sujetar la pieza de trabajo Es
m_s seguro qua utifizarta mane y +iberaambas manes
paremanejarlaherramien_a
2. Evltelos enigmaspeltgrosos-- No expongaInsherramientasale lluvia No uti]ice herramientasmec_nicasen
Zugaresh_medoso mojados.No uglice herramientasmec_nlcasen presencia
de I_quidsso gasesinfIamablesEvils
los entomos en qua haya productosquimicos o quasean
corrosivesMantengad _readetrabajobien ituminada
12, No intentealcanzar demastado ]ejes -- Manlenga
unaposicidoyun equilibriaadecuadosen redomemento
13 Menlengetee berramtenlascon ceidado_ Conserve
+asherramientas afiladas y limpias pare qua funcionen
majory conmgs seguridadSign lasi_streccionss
de lubficacidn y de cambio de accesorios Inspeccioneped0dfcamontelos cordenesde +aherremienta
y si est_ndafiados.
h_galosrepararper un centrede servicioaulorizado,inspeccione peri6dicamenle tos cordonesde extensidn y
sustitt_yalos si esl;_ndaSados Mantenga +usmangos
secos,limpiosy iibresdeaceitey gmsa
3 Proidjase centrelee secudidasei_ctricas-- Evilsel
contacledel cuerpocan ins superficies conectadas a
tlena Per ejemplo:tubedas,radiadoresy refngeradores
4, Mantengaalejados a los niSos-- No permitaqualos
visitantestoquenla herram]enms el corddnde extension
Todos los visltantes deben mantenerse atejadosde Ins
_reasdetrabajo
14..Oescuoeate
lee herramieolas- Cuandeno seest_n
t!tilizando,antesdel se_icio deajustes y reparacionesy al
cambiaraccesoriostarescome hojas,brocasy coriadorss
5. Guardslasberramientasqua noes!_ usando--Cuaudo Ins berramientas no se est_n utifizando,deborah
guardarseen un lugar sees.aitoo cerrsdo-- fuera del
atcancede los ni+tos
15 Guilelea Ilaveede ajttsle y las liaves de apflele
Formse+h_bitode asegurarsede quaInsttavesdeaiustey
de update se hen quilado de ta berramieeta antes de
encenderia
B, Hefuersela herramfenla-- Laherramientahar_d trabajo majory con m_s segurid_dala capacidadparala coal
foedise_ada
7. gltltse la hertamtentaadecaada_ No fuemeunahe+
rrsmieota pequefiaoun accesodo pequeSoa real+zarel
trabajo de una herramienlapesada No at+lice]a herramienlaparefunclonespare ]asconiesno tun diseSada-perejemplo,no useunasierracircularparecedar ramaso
troncosde _rbe]ea
16 Evils el arranque no lntenctsnado_ No tiara la
herramient;_enchutadaconeldedo en eI interrupterAseg_rese de qua el inler_upter est_ apagadu cuande ia
berramienlaesta enchufada
17.. Ata lntemperle,utiltce cnrdonesde exlensi6n-Cuandola herramientase utilize a +aintemperie,use unicements cordones de extensidn diseBadospare Ia utilizacidnala intempafiey marcadospareesepropdsffo
8.,Vfstaseadeceadamente
-- No se pongarope suellanJ
joyes Puedenquedaratrapadasenlas piezasmdvi+esSe
recomlenda tdilizar guantes de cauchoy caizado antidesiizantecuandosetrabajaata inlemperie.Usecubiertas
protectoraspareel poloa fin de sujetarel polo]argo
9 Use {]alas de saguridad-- Use tambi_nuna caretao
unarn_searscontrael polvosi +aeperacidnde eo_egenera pone
18. Mantdngasealerta -- Fiieseen io qua est_haciendo
Use ei sentidncom_n No utitice Ia herramientacuando
estd cansado No gillies herramientasmec_nlcasdespots
de tamerd+'ooas,alcohol o med{eamentos
tO, No alters nl hagause ]nc_rrecto de la hermmienla
-- Estes herramieotas asian fabricadas con precision
C_alguieralteraeidno moditicacidn no espedficadaconstituyeun use incorrectoy puededar ]ugara one situaci0n
peligrosa
10, No abasedelc_rdd,n -- Nunca_levalaherramientaper
el cordonnitire de _+paredesconectartodeltsmacorriente
Protejaelcordondelcato_daceite y los bordesafilados
LEA Y CONSERVE
TODAS
LAS tNSTRUCCIONES
SIGUIENTES:
20_EvilsIns _reas de gases-- No el+liceberramien]as
e{_ctricasport,tiles en almOsferasgaseosaso explosives
Los restores de estas herramientasnormalmenleproducon chispasy Insch+spes
puedendar lugarala ignici0n de
vapores
21, Cumpmebeei hayplazasdafiadas-- Anlesde vulvar
a utilizerla bermmienla,cempruebest hay piezasda_adas.
Vefifiquela alineacidnde +asplazasm0v+les,_asujeei_nde
lasplazas
mOviles,
larupture
depiezas,
elmonta_e
y cuaF
quiet otra situaeiOnqua puedaafectarsu funcinnamienlo
Una plazaque presenladefiesdebe setreparadao
suslituida adeeuadamenleen un centre de servicio autorizadoantes de seguir utili_ndo la herramientaHagaqua
camb+enlos interruptores defectuosos en uncentre de
servicloautorizado No util+cela hermmientast etinterrupter no 12enciendeo apaga
22, La herramlentac_enla con aisiamtente duble -- Y
no es necesarioconectarla a tierra La herramientaest_
eqoipadaconun cordon de dos alambresyun enchufede
des terminalesqoese puedenulitizaren lemaconientes
est_ndarde 120 rallies A C Ulllfce tinieamenle plazas
de repaesla id_ntlcas cuando se neceslte realizer
servlclo dereparaslones
23 Ench_IBepoladzados-- Le herramientaest_ equF
pada con un enchufepolarizado (one terminal es m_s
ancha qua la otra). Este enchufe entrar_ en un tomaeorriente polarizado solamente de una manera Siei
enchufeno entreper cemplelo en e!tomacorrien_e,
dale fa
vuelta. Si sloes sin entrar, p0ngase en contacts con un
electrictsta competencepare instalar e] tomacsrrienie
adecuado Pare reducirel riesgo de sacudtdasel_clficas.
no haganing0n cambioen e}enchufe
24. Cordonesde exlensl_n _ Un corddnde tamaAo
insuficientecausa_ unacaidade lenstdnde linen,dande
lager a pdrdidade polenciay recalentamiento
UIilice un
cordon de calibre 10 o m_s grease NOTA:C_antom_s
peque_o es el n_mero de calibre, m_s grease es et
corddn (Hay cordunes
de extensiondisponibles)
2& ADVERTENCIA
-- La utilizaut_nde cordnnes
dafiados
puedeprodueir sacudidas ef_ctricas,quemar o eleclroeu_i"
ANTERIORES
Mantenimiento
MAtft_tlIMIENTODEESCOBILLAS
REEMPLMABLES
Modetos572 610520,572 610530y 572 610720
Se deborah inspeccionar tee escobiilasfrecuentemeole
cuando]asberramientasse uttlicende maneracontinueSi
laherramientaest_tiliz_daespoddicamente,pierdepotencia, baseruidos extraSoso funcionaa velocidadreducida,
reviseInsescobillas.El segutrutilizandoIa herramienlaen
esleestadoladaSar_de manerapermanents
ELEXTBEMOCUBVODE
LAESCOBILLADEBECOtN_DIR
CONLACURVATUBADELA
CAJAPROTECTDBA
ESCOBILLA
MUELLEDE
LA
ESCOBILLA
CUBVATURA
DELA
CAJAPROTECTORA
TAPADELA
E$COBILLA
Con el cord0ndesencbufado,saqueIns tapesde eseobii]a
una a una con un destornil_adorpequeSogirandola tape
en sentidocontrarioat de ]asaguiaedet reloj y revisecede
escobilta
Si la escobillaliensuna!ongitud interior a 1/8" y +asuperficie del extreme de ]a escobilla qua haceeentautocon el
conmuladoreat&_speray/o corroida,se deberAcambim:
Reviseambas escobillas Normaimente,Ins escob+llas
no
se desgasIar_neimult;_neamente.Siuna escobigaest_
dosgastada,cambieambas escobillasAseg&resede qoe
Ins escob+!las
ee insla_antel come se muest+aen Ia ilustrac+0nLa superficie cuba de la escobtlladebecoincidir
con la curvaturede[conmulador,
Despuds de eambiar tas escobillas, se deber_ baser
loncionar la herramientasin carga:col0quetasobreuna
superfieie limpia y h_gatafuncionar libremente durante
5 m+nutosantes de sometm"a carga(o utilizer) la bm'ra_
mienta Esto permitir_ qua Ins escebittas se asienten
adecuadementey har_ qua cada juego de escobi+lasproporcione muchas m_s horns de servicio Eels tambt6n
prolongar_lavida total dela herramienta,yaque lasuperficiedotconmutadoriardar_m_s en deegastaree
RODAMIENTOS-- Lee berramienlas mee_nteas glratorlasNos. 572.510520572,610530y 572.,810720ttenen
unaconslrucstdn de redamlentesde boles doblea+Con
unautilizaclOnnormal, ntngunode estostipos rsqoiere
lubrication adlclonal
P&gina 7
PRECAUCION:
Tsdo elservicio de ajuslesy reparadonesde asia herramienia (excluyende"et cambiode,escobif+as,pare.los
modelos572.610520 572 610530 y 572.610720)deber_
ser reaiizadoper unrepresenlantedeservicioautorizado
IIMPORTANTEI
LautJlizaciOn
deaccesodos
oaditamentos
quanoseenlos
sumlnistrados
perSeerspuedeserpeligrose
Heaqu ejernplos
de Is qua una
herrarnienta
Craftsman
de
SEARS puede
Nflar herramlentas
Taladrarconpreclst6n
Tatlarmadera
Desbatbarmetal
baser ...
No
aceple el clefts
mientras
la
herramlenta
giralorta
est_ en
USE SUS
mercha,,
E] funclonamiento do euaIqufer
hsrramlenta mec_nicapuededar
lager a qua ebjetoeextrahos s,_Igandespedidosy caigan
en los ojos, la cual puedetener coma resugadaleslanes
gravesen los ajas, Usesiempregalasde seguddado prorestoresparetoeojos antesde comeezara hacarfuncionar
la herramientamec_nica Recomendamosuser ona m_scars desugar}dadde ampliosarapevisual pare utilizaci6n
sabreanteojoso galasde segetidadest_nda_
Cuandoagarre la herramienta,tongaeuldadode no cubflr
las absrturasde ventilasi6nconla mane Esle bloqoeael
fiuje de airs y hacequeelmeier serecafiente
Desenehu[e
siempre
la
berramieatagiralorta sales de
oambiar aacssortos, cambiar pertaherramlenlae a
realizer eervicio de ajustes y reparactones en la
herramlentaglratoria,
PORTAHERRAMENTA-- Pareaflojado,optima pdmeroel
cierre defejey gireel eiea manehastaqueel cierreaceple
e_eje.impidiendo
es_todarotaci0nposterior
BDTONDE
FUACIOH
DELFJE
POBTAEIERBAMIENTAS
-- Haypodaherramisntas
dedos
tamafiosdistintas (yea]a ilestraci0n) disposablesperu la
harramientegirateria con ebiete de acomodardiferentes
tamafiosde cuerpa Pareinstatarunpertaherramientadistints, saqueIa tuercadsl pertaherramianta
y quite eI pertaherramientavieje tntroduzcael extreme no ranurado
tel
_ettaherramient_
en elaguieroqueseencueetraanfinalden
CUADR0 DE IDENTIFICACION DE PORTAHERRAMIENTAS-- Leetama_asde portaherrem{ent_se pusdenideetificarper mediadelasanillasqueseencusntran
en elextremepasteriorde]pa_herramien_
Et poflaherramientade !/32" tiene(1) anilla
El porleherramientade 1/16"tiene(2) ani[tas,
E1podahsrram{entade3/32"tiena(3) aniIlas
El portaherramnenta
de 1/8"no tieneaniIlas
APBEFAB
e
eje de la herramientaVuelvaa conocarla tuercadel podaherramieotaen el eje.Utilleestempre el psrtaherramienta
qua correspondsal tamafiadel euerpotel acaeeariaqua
usled piensa utilizer,NuecaintentsIntroducira la fuerza
en un portaherram[enta
un cuerpode di_metram_sgrands
quee]qua puedaaceptarclicheportaherramienta
EQUILIBRADO
DEACCESORIOS
_ Parerealizerlrabajede
precision es Impedantequa todos los aecesetiesse encuentren bien equilibrates (de manorsmay parecidaelas
gomaedeso autom6vit) Parenivelaro equilibrarunacescurio, afloje nigeramentele tuereadel porlaherramieate
y
hagsgirar elaccesofiooeI poflaherramtanta1/4 devaults
Vuelvaa apretarla tuercadot podaherramlenta
y pongaen
marchala herramientagiratofia Et sonido y la sensaci6n
delaccesoriodeborahpermitirla sabersi 6sisest_funeio_
oandode masersequilibrate Siga realtzandoajus_esde
estamanorsbaslelograr elmajorequilibtio Paremanteaer
equilibrateslasfresasabrasives,antesde cadsetilizaai6n,
con ta frees lijada de manors segura ee el portaherramienta,enciendala herramienta
giraloriay hagsIuncionar
ta piedrade reaeondicionamienteapoy_ndoIaligsramente
centre nafrees qua gila Estoquite tas pafies
que sabre*
eateny nive}e{afrasapare que_staqaedebienequilibrate
No utilice raedas de amolar de
mac de 1" de diamelro.La alia
vele_idad de la herramlentagirataria puedebaserqua
las r_e_asmas gmedes se ramparty sangaedespedidas,
pudien_ecauseriesieneso
SEGUBIDAD
= Prot_jase!osojose! amusero fresarconta
herramienta girataria . use siempra unas gafas do
segutidadde tipo ap[obado
Recuerde,su nusvaherramientag[ratofia de Sears es {a
meier herramientamec_nicade su close Peru su rendi......
mientostile estanbuenacome los accesatioscon tosque
seutilize Recomendamos
que0nicamentecautiltcenaces*
series de Sears La u_itizaei6ede cualquiarotto aceesorio
puedeconstituirun psligro £speramosquala herramienta
mecanieagiratetia Craftsmande Sears _epermitsdtsfrub'_r
de mashesafios desatisfacci6nsin preblemas
TUERCA
DEL
POBTAHERRAIVIIENTA
/
LLAVE
DE
PORTAIiEBRA_IENTA
_PABA
Con el sierra dot eje acoplado,orifice nallave de portahe_'ramlenta
pare aflojar t_ tuercadelpoflaherrramientaen
case de qua sea necesarlo Cambleaceesodus{ntroduciendoei nuevoaceesorio en el portahsrramientahaste
dondese puedapare minimizer el descentramientoy el
desequflibfioConef cnerredsl ejeacopIade,updatela tourcadeI pe_herremienta con los dudeshaste queel pertaherramientaaLgarreel ct_erpodei accesotio Evilsapretar
excesiwmenteta tuercatel portaherramIenta
El sistema
de portaherramientaeenstituye un m_todo excelentede
fijar accssotios
Corlarmetal
DEL
POBTATUERCA
IV]tENTA
POBTA-
PARA AFLOJAR
POBTAHEBRAMENTA
HERRAMIENTA
PORTA*
2583B DE t/B" HEBBAMIENTA
25037 DE 3/32"
Peg}ha 8
ACCESORIOS
RECOMENDADOS
USE UNICAMENTE
j
Herramienta
mec nica giratofia
Craftsman
La herramienta
giratoda poneen la mane delusuado potenda a alia vetocidad Sirve de taltadora amoladora,pulidora. lijadora,set,adore,cepitle mec_nico,taladroy m_s
La herramientagiratedu tienean peque5oy poteniemotor
el_ctfico, se agarracOmodamentecen la mane y est_ hacba pare aceptar una amptia variedad de accesorios,
intloyendo ruedasabrasivas,brocastaladradoras,cepiIIos
de alambre,pulidores,cortadoresparegrabar,brocaspare
fresar y _edas de code Los accesoriosvienen enIermas
diversasy le permitena ustedrealizervaries trahaiosdirerentes A medida qua se vaya famifiarizandocon lagama
de accesodosy sus uses, it& d_ndoseconnie de la gran
versatilidadde la herramientagiratoda Oescobdr_dosehas de usesen los quano bahiapensadohasteabets
£1verdaderasecretede ta herramienta
girsteda es su veletidad Pareentenderlosverdejasqeeefface sualt;1valesided, usled ha de saberque el taladree!_cfdto pod;_til
est0ndarlunciona a velocidadesde haste2,000 :evoluclones per minulo. La berramientaglratoria fenciena a
vdotidades de hasta 30.000 revolucienesper minulo Et
la_adrod_:ctrlco lfpico es ana herramientade batevelocidady par motor alto; la herramienlagi_atoriues justo !n
eontrado-- unaherramienlade aItavetocidady parmotor
baie La diferenciapdncipsl pare el usuario es quaenlas
herramienlae de alta velecidad
lave_ocidad
combinada
con et aecesoriemontado en el podaberrsmientarealizeel
trahaje Usted no tiene qua ejereerprestoncobra la berraminnie,sine simplementesujetahay goiarta En las her_amientasde bajaveiotidad, ustedne s0to tienequa outerla
herramienta, sine qua adem_s liana qee ejercerpresi0n
sobreella. tel come Io hate. per ejemp]o al taladrar un
aguiero
no debe apeyarsesabre la harramientani empojarlapare
quaentreen ta plazade trabaio
Envez de hacerearn.I_agadescenderlentamenlehastela
piezade trabajoe_accesodomientras_ste giray dejequa
toque el puntoen el c_alosled qoiere qua eomieneeel
code (o lijadoo grabado,etc} Conc_ntreseenguiar la herramientasobrela piezadetr_bajoejerciendomay poeapresiOnconlamane Dejequaelaccesodoreclineeltraba]e
Normalmeote,es majorreaiizaranaserie depasadascon ta
herramieotaen vezde inteolarbasertodo eitrabajoen une
sola pasada Per ejemplo,pare realizerun code, paso la
herramieotabaciaadetantey haciaatria sobrela plazade
trabajode maneramuy paretida a come In bartacon ona
broehapequeOaCorteunpeso de materialen codapasada
hastequa llegueala profundidaddeseadaPardla mayoria
de los Irabajos, esruder utilizar on toque b_bil y suave
Con _ste, ustedloam el majorcontrol, reducelos posibilF
dudesde cometererroresy Iograr_quaet aecesodoreslite
eltraba]odela maoeram_s eIieazpesible
Velocidades
de
funcionarniento
y accesorios
Ajusle el indicadorde vdotidad de maneraadeeuadapare
el Irabaioqua sevaa realizer;pare IograrInsmejoresreseltadosal trabajar con materiales dilerenles, se deber_
regularlavelocidadde laherramienta
gi_toria Cooel medole 572610520s01ose debauserancentral de velocidad
de saIidade onda completatel come el modeIo2514 de
Sears {disponiblea tray,s dot sub,logo _nicamenle),Los
modetoa 572 610530 y 572 610720 de ia herramienla
giratoriatienenun control develocidadintegraly nooca se
deber_ utilizer uo conlroI de velocidadexternocoo estas
herramientee
Conoh}erede selecciooarIs velotidadcerretta para csda
trabaje,utilice one piezade materfatde pr_ctica Variela
velocidad a fin de eneootrar la major velocidad pare et
accesorio qua ustedasia utilizando
y el Irabajoqua va a
realizer
Paraloner meier control al realizertrabaioline. agarre la
herramienlagiratoria come an [email protected] entre eldedo puigary
eldedo_ndce
Esla alto ve!ocidad,jun_ocon su lamaOetempucloy amplia gamede atceeodoeeepecialee,esIn qua haceqoe la
herramientagiratoria seadistiniaa otras herramientasmec_nicas La velocidadpermile quala herramientahagatrabe}hequa las herramienlasde baja velonidadno poeden
baser,talestome cedaracornlemptado,grabsrvidrio,eft
HayIres ripenbasicoede Iterramienlusgiratorias:modeloa
de una soleve{ocidadde dos veIocidadesy de vaIocidad
variable En los modelos de una sole vslocidad hay on
interrupter"0N-OFF"(de encendidoy apagado).Cuendoel
interrupter est_ eocendido, la berramienta funciona a
28,000 RPM En el medele de dos veioeidadeehay uo
interrupterde ALTAy BAJAvelocidad Cuandoel indicador
del interrupter ae encuentra en la posiciOn baja, la
berramientafueciona s uoas 20,000 RPM Cuando el
[nditador delinterrupterse encuentraen la posiciOnalia. la
berramiantafunciunaa onus30,OOO
RPM Eoel medelode
veloeidadvariablebay on ioditadordelinterrupterqualiana
onetinea blancasobre_I Dasiicelohaste el numero de la
caja prolectora pareseleccionarla velecidadde fuecionamiento que se necesiladosde 5.000 haste 30,000 RPM
Puede eoesultar los cuadros de la p_gina 10 pare
determinertavelocidadadecuadabas_ndoseen el material
en el qua se esIg.Irabaiandoy ei dpo de coMsdoruotro
atcesorioqeese est&utili2ando Estoscuadroslepermilen
eeletcionarde on vistazotantoel acceseriecerrecto tome
lavelecidad
_ptima
Siusled liana un modernde una sole velucidado de des
velocidades,podr_iuti!izurmuchoeactesoriospare realizer
una gran variedad de trabajos Pare la mayoria de tea
aplicsciones,lodes Ins modelosde laherramientagi_toda
deborahutilizarsea m_ima veloeidad
El SOlare] mayor prevecboa Iu herramientsgiraloria es
euesli0nde aprendercome deiarqua la vetocidadbagaet
trabaioparaoared
Necesidades
de velocidades
m_slentas
UtilizatiOn de
ta herramienta
rnec nica giratofia
LeateasiguientesseccieneecoidadosamenleLeayudar_o
a ulilizarla herramientagiratoria correctamentey a se{eccionar el accesodoterraria pare el lrabuiequa usled desearealizer
E!primer paso pareaprendera utilizer laherramienlagiratoriaeonsieteen seoefumbraseala berramientaT_ngala
en la mane y expedmentela seossci0nqua producensu
peso y eqoilibrio Toquela parle oOnicade ta caia protectore EstaparlecOnica
permiteagarrarlaherramienlagiratoriade maneramuy parecidaacome seagarrauna ptoma
oun l_piz
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mejoras pars lrabaiaren proyeclos deIicadostotescome
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ve!otidades
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meelasde6xido deaIuminio
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bruise plazas met_licas Ulilicelos pare trebajes tales
come la Iimpiezsde coeexionssst_ctricaspera aeegerarse
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