Note: Rockler may not carry all products and/or sizes listed in this vendor's publication Stock No. 40-032 (fomerly RT400) Congratulations and thank you for buying our ProTop Standard router top! If you have any questions, please give us a call. This manual will assist you during the assembly of your router table.
General Conditions / Limited Two Year Warranty LIMITED TWO-YEAR WARRANTY We make every effort to assure that our products meet quality and durability standards, and warrant to the original retail purchaser that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years. Remedy shall be limited to Bench Dog’s choice of repair, replacement or refund.
Assembly Instructions 1. Install the (12) leveling screws. Remove the router insert plate from the routertop, and place the routertop face down, as shown. Using a power drill, drive the screws in until they just come through the other side. You will fine adjust them in step 8. 7 x 40mm leveling screw...
4. Mount routertop to your custom base. When mounting the routertop to your own base or leg set, use the routertop's predrilled mounting holes with the bolts and cross dowels provided. Use of any other hardware or mounting method will void the warranty. You must locate and drill (8) mounting holes according to the drawing below.
6. Adjust miter gauge track to fit your miter gauge. First test fit your miter gauge into the track. If it's too tight, squeeze the gib against the front wall of the miter track with a pair of Channel Locks, use a shop towel to prevent marring. Next, install the (14) 1/4-28 x 1/2"...
Feed Direction Always feed the workpiece against the cutter rotation, as shown. Feeding the workpiece with the cutter rotation is called "climb cutting". Climb cutting is very dangerous, because the cutter will grab the workpiece and thrust it the same direction as the cutter rotation.