The straight guide is effectively used for straight cuts
when chamfering or grooving.
Install the straight guide on the guide holder with the wing
bolt (B). Insert the guide holder into the holes in the tool
base and tighten the wing bolt (A). To adjust the distance
between the bit and the straight guide, loosen the wing
bolt (B) and turn the fine adjusting screw (1.5 mm per
turn). At the desired distance, tighten the wing bolt (B) to
secure the straight guide in place.
Wider straight guide of desired dimensions may be made
by using the convenient holes in the guide to bolt on extra
pieces of wood.
When using a large diameter bit, attach pieces of wood to
the straight guide which have a thickness of more than
1. Feed direction
2. Bit revolving
4. Straight guide
1. Guide holder
2. Fine adjusting
3. Wing bolt (B)
4. Straight guide
5. Wing bolt (A)
1. More than 15
2. Straight guide
15 mm to prevent the bit from striking the straight guide.
When cutting, move the tool with the straight guide flush
with the side of the workpiece.
Templet guide (Accessory)
The templet guide provides a sleeve through which the
bit passes, allowing use of the tool with templet patterns.
To install the templet guide, loosen the screws on the tool
base, insert the templet guide and then tighten the
Secure the templet to the workpiece. Place the tool on
the templet and move the tool with the templet guide
sliding along the side of the templet.
The workpiece will be cut a slightly different size
from the templet. Allow for the distance (X)
between the bit and the outside of the templet guide.
The distance (X) can be calculated by using the
Distance (X) = (outside diameter of the templet
guide - bit diameter) / 2
1. Base plate
3. Templet guide
5. Distance (X)
diameter of the
7. Templet guide