1-30. Place lining, etc. on drill table (5) over countersink. Align brake shoe, etc., so rivet hole is directly
under tip of countersink guide (1). Push brake shoe down until drill table (5) has hit the stop screw (10).
1-31. Riveting. Select proper clincher and plain anvil, (see tool application chart, paragraph 1-40).
1-32. Plain anvil, insert into lower tool holder (562) after tool holder bushing (36) has been put into lower
tool holder (562).
1-33. Rotate lower tool holder (562) fully clockwise.
1-34. Insert clincher into upper tool holder (69) with tapered end going into upper tool holder (69). It is very
important that when installing tools into machine, that you do the following in order to get perfect alignment.
1st. Clean taper on tool you are inserting into upper tool holder (69). This is done by wiping with a
rag. Then insert tool into tool holder.
2nd. Insert #(73) driver into tool holder (562) and bushing (36). Depress foot pedal (78) to floor.
HoId foot pedal (78) in this position and rotate lower tool holder (562) until roll set is positioned
against driver (73), then release pedal and adjust lower tool holder (562) of a turn counterclockwise.
Then depress the foot pedal (78) until roll set is locked into upper tool holder (69). Adjust accordingly.
Once this is done, remove driver (73) and insert anvil back into the lower tool holder and bushing.
1-35. Place rivet on plain anvil and depress foot pedal (78) to floor and hold in that position,
1-36. Rotate lower tool holder (562) counterclockwise or clockwise until rivet contacts clincher. Release
foot pedal (78) and rotate lower tool holder (562) one additional turn counterclockwise.
1-37. Insert rivet into brake shoe, etc. and place head of rivet on top of anvil.
1-38. Depress foot pedal (78) to floor, release foot pedal (78). If rivet is not properly clinched, rotate lower
tool holder (562) counterclockwise turn. Repeat this procedure until proper clinch is attained.
TO OI application chart.
**Used only on clutch facings where rivet is clinched against facing material.
1-40. Maintenance procedures.
A. Head Assembly (72). Apply a few drops of S.A.E. No. 10 oil, to Iower tool holder (562) threads, and
upper tool holder (69). Also on item #66, 68, and 68 pins.
B. Grinder assembly (38), apply a few drops of S.A.E. No. 10 oil once a week on lower end of shaft.
Also on roller guide bracket assembly (51) on shaft that goes into spring (53).
C. Countersink drill table assembly, oil shaft (7) and guide pin (8) with S.A.E. No. 10 oil, once a week.
D. Countersink spindle (12) oil under dust cover (13) with S.A.E. No. 10 oil, once a week.
E. Linkage pins, apply a few drops of S.A.E. No. 10 oil once a month to pin (68) and pin (66).