How you can Replace the Blade on a Porter Cable Cookie Joiner

Some people use our biscuit joiner daily, others on a weekly or monthly basis, however no matter your frequency of use, eventually, you will need to replace its blade. A sharp blade maintains your joiner fast, effective and precise and when one’s power tools have these qualities, usually the crafter behind it does too. Fortunately for us craftmen, then, replacing the cutting tool on a Porter Cable cookie joiner is a relatively simple process. Despite a slightly more complicated computer chip deflector and lock flag, changing your Porter Cable connection biscuit joiner blade requires bit more than a few minutes, a screwdriver and an Allen wrench.

As with all power tool repair procedures, the first step in changing your joiner blade is disengaging and unplugging the tool. Next, simply flip the tool over and ease the screws in the bottom plate. Your Porter Cable biscuit joiner should have four screws also because this tool also features tapered screw holes, you will not need to completely remove the anchoring screws to remove the dish; instead you can simply slide the plate off (slide the plate towards the rear end of the tool and lift to remove). This particular, naturally , gives you access to the blade.

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Hold out! Before grabbing 9 reviews at the blade, though, you must depress the lock pin. The lock pin on Porter Cable biscuit joiners is at the top front side of the tool (more-or-less) beneath the handle. Pushing this pin prevents the blade from spinning allowing users to safely remove it. The trick, though, is that the lock pin number must be depressed constantly as you remove the blade and that the blade must be removed with an Allen wrench. So, while depressing the locking pin with your secondary hand, use your main hand to insert your Allen wrench to the middle of the blade bolt, loosen and take it off. Cautiously remove the blade.

Immediately beneath the blade, the Porter Cable biscuit joiner comes with an adjustable chip deflector. This mechanism allows the tool to accommodate both standard sized blades and smaller face-frame blades. Depending after the dimensions of the new blade you’ve put on to the joiner, you may now need to adapt the chip deflector. For standard sized blades, this swiveling mechanism should remain in the horizontal (left – right) position (or, more-or-less parallel to the directional arrow stamped above it). If, however, you installed a smaller blade, you will need to pull the engine forward to release it and shift the chip deflector to a vertical position (so that it now points to the front of tool and crisscrosses with this directional arrow).

Next, you must install the new joiner blade. The knife will have a similar directional arrow printed on the surface. This antelope is designed to ensure users install the knife with its teeth facing the right direction. Install the blade so that their arrow points in the same direction as the directional arrow on the tool. Pop the blade into place and and replace the washer and bolt. While depressing the lock pin tighten the bolt over the blade.

After securing the cutting tool, you need only slide the underside plate back into place and tighten down the four screws that keep it there. That is certainly exactly that. Give yourself a pat on the again and know that your Porter Cable biscuit joiner is now nearly as good to go as you are.

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