FASTENING SCROLL SAW
TO SUPPORTING SURFACE
WARNING: Your scroll saw MUST be securely
fastened to a stand or workbench using the holes in the
four rubber feet, three of which are shown at (A) Fig. 16.
IMPORTANT: When mounting the saw to a stand or
workbench DO NOT over-tighten mounting bolts. Leave
some cushion in the four rubber feet (A) for absorbing
noise and vibration.
An alternate method of securing the scroll saw is to
clamp the front and side ledges of the scroll saw to a
supporting surface with C-clamps.
IMPORTANT: If there is any tendency for the stand or
workbench to move during operation, the stand or
work-bench must be fastened to the floor.
OPERATING CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
ON-OFF AND VARIABLE
The on-off switch (A) Fig. 17, and variable speed switch
(B) is located on the right side of the scroll saw base,
as shown. To turn the saw "ON," push the switch (A)
up to the "ON" position. To turn the saw "OFF", push
the switch (A) down to the "OFF" position.
The scroll saw is equipped with a variable speed control
knob (B) Fig. 17. The variable speed range is 400 to
1800 strokes per minute. When the variable speed
knob is rotated all the way to the left
(counterclockwise) the speed will be 400 strokes per
minute. To increase the speed, rotate knob (B) to the
right (clockwise) until the desired speed is obtained.
When the knob (B) is rotated all the way to the right
(clockwise) the speed will be 1800 strokes per minute.
LOCKING ON-OFF SWITCH
IN THE "OFF" POSITION
IMPORTANT: When the machine is not in use, the
switch should be locked in the OFF position using a
padlock (C) Fig. 18, with a 3/16 in. diameter shackle to
prevent unauthorized use.