UNPACKING AND CLEANING
Carefully unpack the machine and all loose items from the shipping container(s). Remove the protective coating from all unpainted surfaces. This coating may be removed with a soft cloth moistened
with kerosene (do not use acetone, gasoline or lacquer thinner for this purpose). After cleaning, cover the unpainted surfaces with a good quality household floor paste wax.
ASSEMBLY TOOLS REQUIRED
* Phillips head screwdriver
* 13mm wrench for stand bolts
ASSEMBLY TIME ESTIMATE - 1 hour
ELEVATING AND SUPPORTING SURFACES FOR A
SAW WITH NO STAND
THE SAW MUST BE PROPERLY SECURED TO A
SUPPORTING SURFACE. ALSO, FAILURE TO PROVIDE A SAWDUST FALL-
THROUGH AND REMOVAL HOLE WILL ALLOW SAWDUST TO BUILD UP
AROUND THE MOTOR, CAUSING A POSSIBLE FIRE HAZARD AND/OR
DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE.
The saw must be elevated enough for sawdust to fall through the bottom of the saw and not build
up around the motor. Position the four mounting holes located on the base of the saw cabinet (two of
which are shown at (A) Fig. 4A) over whatever proper support you are using. Then securely fasten the
saw to the supports. The saw can be secured by fastening the stand through the mounting holes with
suitable hardware (not supplied).
THE SAW SUPPORT MUST BE STABLE AND ABLE TO
SUPPORT 300 POUNDS.
You can also construct a simple elevated support, as shown in Fig. 4B.
USE A GOOD GRADE OF PLYWOOD WITH A MINIMUM
3/4" THICKNESS. DO NOT MAKE THE MOUNTING BOARD FROM PARTICLE
BOARD SINCE PARTICLE BOARD BREAKS EASILY.
A HOLE MUST BE PROVIDED IN THIS SUPPORT TO
ALLOW SAWDUST TO FALL THROUGH.
MAKE SURE THERE IS AT LEAST 3" ALL FOUR SIDES OF
Set the saw aside and then drill holes in these marks. Locate and mark an 11" or 12" square centered
between the four mounting holes. Cut out and remove the square (Fig. 4B). To elevate the supporting
surface, measure two 2x4s (A) Fig. 4B to the width of two opposite sides of the supporting surface.
Attach the supporting surface to the narrow edges of the 2X4s (as shown in Fig. 4B) using wood
screws (not provided) in at least three spots (B) Fig. 4B on each side.
Fasten the saw to the surface by inserting suitable hardware (not supplied) through the mounting
holes on the saw and into the previously drilled holes. While using the saw, periodically remove the
sawdust buildup from below the saw.
Square the saw on the supporting surface and mark the location for four 5/16 inch holes to be drilled
* 10mm wrench for splitter assembly bolts
* Straight edge and/or framing square for adjustments
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