Special Cuts - Black & Decker 395136-00 Instruction Manual

Black & decker 10" compound miter saw instruction manual
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395136-00,03,BT1500
6/22/04
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUTTING CROWN MOLDING LAYING FLAT
AND USING THE COMPOUND FEATURES
1. Molding laying with broad back surface down flat on saw table
2. The settings below are for All Standard (U.S.) crown molding
with 52° and 38° angles.
BEVEL SETTING
TYPE OF CUT
LEFT SIDE, INSIDE CORNER:
33.85°
1. Top of molding against fence
2. Miter table set right 31.62°
3. Save left end of cut
RIGHT SIDE, INSIDE CORNER:
33.85°
1. Bottom of molding against fence
2. Miter table set left 31.62°
3. Save left end of cut
LEFT SIDE, OUTSIDE CORNER:
33.85°
1. Bottom of molding against fence
2. Miter table set left 31.62°
3. Save right end of cut
RIGHT SIDE, OUTSIDE CORNER:
33.85°
1. Top of molding against fence
2. Miter table set right 31.62°
3. Save right end of cut
When setting bevel and miter angles for all compound miters,
remember that:
The angles presented for crown moldings are very precise and
difficult to set exactly. Since they can easily shift slightly and very few
rooms have exactly square corners, all settings should be tested on
scrap molding.
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PRETESTING WITH SCRAP MATERIAL IS EXTREMELY
IMPORTANT!

SPECIAL CUTS

NEVER MAKE ANY CUTS UNLESS THE MATERIAL IS SECURED
ON THE TABLE AND AGAINST THE FENCE.
ALUMINUM CUTTING (CARBIDE TIPPED BLADE ONLY)
Aluminum extrusions such as those used when making aluminum
screens and storm windows can easily be cut with your saw using the
proper blade designed for non-ferrous metal cutting. Position the
material so that you will be cutting the thinnest cross section, as
shown in Figure 14. Figure 15 illustrates the wrong way to cut these
extrusions. Use a wax lubricant when cutting aluminum such as
Johnson's Stick Wax No.140. Apply the stick wax directly to the saw
blade before cutting. Never apply stick wax to a moving blade.
The wax, available at most hardware stores and industrial mill supply
houses, provides proper lubrication and keeps chips from adhering to
the blade.
Be sure to properly secure work. Certain workpieces, due to their
size, shape or surface finish, may require the use of a clamp, jig or
fixture to prevent movement during the cut.
BOWED MATERIAL
When cutting bowed material always position it as shown in Figure
16 and never like that shown in Figure 17. Positioning the material
incorrectly will cause it to pinch the blade near the completion of the
cut.
CUTTING PLASTIC PIPE AND OTHER ROUND CROSS-
SECTIONAL MATERIAL
Plastic pipe can be easily cut with your saw. It should be cut just like
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If you have any questions, call 1-800-54-HOW-TO

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