NON-THROUGH CUT (FIGURE aa)
A non-through cut is used to cut grooves
and rabbets in the workpiece without
exposed the blade.
• Only this type cut is made without
installing the blade guard and anti-
kickback pawls assembly.
• To avoid injury from an accidental
start, make sure the switch is in
the OFF position and the plug is
disconnected from the power source
• To avoid the risk of personal injury,
always use push block, auxiliary
fence and featherboard when making
• Before starting the table saw, lower the
blade and riving knife assembly to the
• Remove the blade guard and anti-
kickback pawls assembly for non-
• Use the featherboard (1) with
C-clamps (3) to fasten the workpiece
• Mount the auxiliary fence (4) with
• Use the push block (2) to move the
NOTE: Mount the featherboard to table
as shown, so the leading edges of
featherboard will help workpiece complete
DADO CUTS (FIGURE bb, cc)
• Only Stackable dado blades can be
used on this saw.
• DO NOT use Adjustable or Wobble
• The maximum dado cut width is
• The maximum dado blade diameter
is 6 in.
NOTE: An dado insert plate (parts number
308K not included) is required for this
• Remove the table insert, saw blade,
anti-kickback pawls assembly and
blade guard for dado cuts ONLY. Lower
the riving knife to its lowest position.
Install a dado blade not exceeding 6 in.
in diameter and 1/2 in. in width.
• Install the dado table insert making
sure that the rear of the insert is flush
with the table. If the dado insert is not
flush with the table, adjust the two bolts
on the insert with a 4 mm hex wrench
until it is parallel with the table.
• Instruction for operating the dado is
packed with the separately purchased
dado set (not included with unit).
• The arbor (1) on this saw restricts the
maximum width of the cut to 1/2 in.
• It is not necessary to install the outside
flange (2) before threading on the arbor
nut (3) for the maximum 1/2 in. dado
cuts. Make sure that the arbor nut (3) is
tight, and that at least one thread of the
arbor sticks out past the nut.
• Use only the correct number of round
outside blades and inside chippers
as shown in the dado set's instruction
manual. Blade or chippers must not
exceed 1/2 in. total in width.
• Check the saw to ensure that the dado
blade will not strike the saw housing,
table insert or motor when in operation.