The table insert (A) can be assembled to the saw table
with the opening in the insert pointing to the front of the
table, as shown in Fig. 19, or to the right as shown in
With the table in the level position, 90 degrees to the
blade, the insert should be positioned, as shown in Fig.
19. This allows for the blade to be pivoted forward after
it is unclasped from the top blade holder, enabling you
to quickly insert the blade into the next hole in a pattern
when doing inside-cutting.
When tilting the table for bevel cutting operations the
insert (A) should be positioned as shown in Fig. 20.
This allows for clearance of the blade when the table is
A table insert blank (B) Fig. 21, is supplied as standard
equipment with your scroll saw and can be used when
cutting very small workpieces to give added support to
the bottom of the workpiece. Cut a slot into the blank
and replace the standard insert (A) with the blank (B).
The slot cut into the blank (B) will only be as wide as
the blade giving maximum support to the bottom of the
WARNING: DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM
2. Remove table insert (A) Fig. 22, and release blade
tension by pulling tension lever (B) forward, as shown.