NOTE: Optional Router Base
Attachment Sold Separately.
The router accessory converts your cutting tool into a
small hobby router that is capable of handling small ¼"
shank router bits as well as the cutting bit. The tilting base
is ideal for bevel cutting.
Unplug the tool from the power source before
changing accessories, changing bits and making
Before turning the tool ON, check to make sure the bit
and all accessory fasteners are securely tightened,
ROUTER ACCESSORY INSTALLATION
Remove any accessory already installed on the tool.
Remove accessory locking knob (1) from the base of
the cutting tool motor housing (see Fig. 15). Depress
the motor shaft locking button (2) on the back of the
motor housing (see inset).
NOTE: Rotate the collet nut while holding down on the
motor shaft locking button until the button drops into
the hole in the motor shaft.
Slide router accessory mounting bracket (3) onto the
bottom of motor housing (4) until the mounting hole
(5) lines up with the hole in the mounting bracket.
The raised hole in the mounting bracket will slide over
the motor shaft locking button only if the button is fully
depressed and engaged in the motor shaft.
The tab on the reverse side of the router base
mounting band must be inserted into the matching slot
in the motor housing.
Re-insert accessory locking knob into the motor
housing and securely tighten.
SETTING ROUTER DEPTH
Depth of cutting is controlled by sliding the router base up
and down in the adjusting sleeves.
Loosen both height adjusting knobs (1) by turning
them counter clockwise (see Fig. 16).
Slide router base (2) up or down to obtain the desired
depth of cut.
Re-tighten height adjusting knobs when the desired
cut depth is reached.
SETTING ROUTER BASE BEVEL
Bevel cutting with the cutting bit can be done with the
muter base tilted to the desired angle.
Loosen both bevel adjusting knobs (3) by turning them
counter clockwise at least 2 turns (see Fig. 17).
Tilt router base (2) to the desired angle.
Re-tighten both height adjusting knobs.
Check bevel angle between router base and spiral
cutter to ensure they are at correct angle.
Check router depth of cut and re-set the depth if
NOTE: Depth of cut will usually have to be increased
after tilting the router base for bevel cutting.