Model T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender

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MODEL T10050RIGHT ANGLEIRON BENDERINSTRUCTIONSDamage to your eyes, face, and hands couldresult from using this item without properprotective gear, such as safety glasses or aface shield, and gloves.Figure 1. Model T10050.Inventory (Figure 2)A.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.Bender (not shown) . 1Bender Handle . 1Work Stop Rod . 1Hex Bolts M10-1.5 x 40 (Handle) . 2Flat Washers 10mm (Handle) . 2Work Stop. 1Work Stop Knob . 1Hex Nut M12-1.75 (Work Stop Rod) . 1BCHGSpecificationsMaximum Workpiece Thickness. 3 Ga.( 64")Maximum Workpiece Width. 4"Machine Weight .81 lbs.F15edFigure 2. inventory.If you need help with your new machine, call ourTech Support at: (570) 546-9663.Copy RiGHT July, 2008 By G Rizzly iNdu STRial, iNC.WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPEOR FORM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC.#JB10791 pRiNTed i N CHiNa

IdentificationWork StopClamp Cam ShaftClamp DieBending PlateBendingPlate KnobWork Stop RodHandleAngle StopFigure 3. Identification.Illustration Legend (Figure 4)Throughout these instructions, diagrams are usedto illustrate how the components of the machineare used during the various steps of operation.88LFamiliarize yourself with the following illustration,its relationship to the machine, and the symbols used in it before proceeding through theseinstructions.7daY! hda Y a cZh cY XViZ i]Vi i] h XdbedcZci h jhZY c i] h hiZe#A \]i! YVh]ZY a cZh cY XViZ i]Vi i] h XdbedcZci h cdi jhZY c i] h hiZe#6ggdlh cY XViZ i]Z Y gZXi dc d[bdkZbZci d[ V XdbedcZci#8L88LGdiVi dcVa Vggdlh cY XViZ i]Z Y gZXi dc V XdbedcZci bjhi WZ ijgcZY#8L28adX l hZ88L28djciZgXadX l hZFigure 4. Illustration Legend.-2-T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender

Assembly3.Thread the work stop knob into the work stop,then slide the work stop onto the work stoprod (Figure 7).The Model T10050 requires only minimal assembly before use.Work StopTo assemble the machine:1.Connect the bender handle to the machinewith the M10-1.5 x 40 hex bolts and 10mmflat washers (Figure 5).Hex Boltx2Work Stop RodKnobFigure 7. Work stop.Flat WasherHandleFigure 5. Attaching handle.2. Insert the stop rod with the M12-1.75 hex nutinto the base. Tighten the hex nut against thebase to secure it (Figure 6).Hex NutWork Stop RodFigure 6. Attaching work stop rod.T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender-3-

MountingOnce you have confirmed that your machine isassembled and functioning properly, mount it to aworkbench through the holes in the base. Be surethe workbench will remain stable when bendingforce is applied to the machine. If necessary,anchor the workbench to a wall or the floor toprovide the necessary stability.OperationsCreating Bends1. Lift the clamp cam shaft to release the clampdie. Rotate the clamp die as necessary toaccommodate the thickness of your workpiece, then slide the clamp cam shaft backinto the base (Figures 10 & 11).The strongest mounting option is a "ThroughMount" where holes are drilled all the way throughthe workbench, and hex bolts, washers, andhex nuts are used to secure the machine to theworkbench.7daiCam ShaftDie;aVi LVh]Zg-ACHINE "ASEFigure 10. Lifting clamp cam shaft and die.7ORKBENCH;aVi LVh]ZgAdX LVh]Zg Zm CjiFigure 8. Example of a through mount setup.Another option for mounting is a "Direct Mount"where the machine is simply secured to the workbench with a lag screw.AV\ HXgZlFigure 11. Clamp die positions.;aVi LVh]Zg-ACHINE "ASE7ORKBENCHFigure 9. Example of a direct mount setup.-4-T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender

2. Place the workpiece into the clamp and adjustthe workpiece position as needed. Rotate theclamp cam shaft to clamp the workpiece(Figure 12).4. Use the handle to bend the workpiece to thedesired angle (Figure 14).Figure 14. Bending workpiece.Figure 12. Clamping workpiece.—If the clamp die does not move far enoughto fully clamp the workpiece, repeat Steps1 & 2.3. Adjust the bending plate to support the workpiece while bending (Figure 13).5. Loosen the bending plate and clamp camshaft to release the workpiece (Figure 15).88L8LFigure 15. Releasing workpiece.Figure 13. Tightening bending plate.NOTICEUse the machine only as it is intended to beused. Adding cheater bars or other methods of increasing leverage may damage themachine and will void the warranty.T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender-5-

Repetitive BendsTo ensure consistent and accurate bends whenperforming multiple, identical operations, use thework stop and angle stop.2. Bend the workpiece to the desired angle,then slide the angle stop against the benderbase. Turn the angle stop to lock it in position(Figure 17).To use the work stop and angle stop:7ZcYZg 7VhZ1. Place the workpiece in the machine as needed, then slide the work stop against the endof the workpiece. Tighten the work stop knob(Figure 16).6c\aZ Hide8LFigure 17. Using angle stop.Ldg Hide3.With each new workpiece, place the workpiece against the work stop, clamp it, thenbend it until the moving bender base contactsthe angle stop.Ldg e ZXZFigure 16. Using work stop.-6-T10050 Right Angle Iron Bender

Parts Breakdown & List.'&-'% &''**'('%')"&&(&.&."&&,&*,)')'''& &(&)&)"&&-REF PART #DESCRIPTIONREF PART IONARY JAWBENDING PLATEBENDING PLATE KNOBBENDING PLATE LEADSCREWCLAMP DIECLAMP CAM SHAFTCOVER PLATEEND PLATEANGLE STOPSQUARE NUT M12-1.75151617181919-1202122232424-125WORK STOPWORK STOP RODKNOB M10-1.5 x 35PLASTIC GRIPHEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 40FLAT WASHER 10MMCAP SCREW M8-1.25 X 20ROLL PIN 6 X 30HEX NUT M12-1.75CAP SCREW M10-1.5 X 25HEX BOLT M10-1.5 X 35HEX NUT M10-1.5PIVOT 012PT10050013PT10050014PSN05MT10050 Right Angle Iron 04MPSB14MPRP08MPN09MPSB64MPB14MPN02MPT10050025-7-

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2. insert the stop rod with the M12-1.75 hex nut into the base. Tighten the hex nut against the base to secure it (Figure 6). Figure 6. Attaching work stop rod. Work Stop Rod Hex Nut 3. Thread the work stop knob into the work stop, then slide the work stop onto the work stop rod (Figure 7). Figure 7. Work stop. Work Stop Work Stop Rod Knob

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