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MODEL NO=
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INSTRUCTIONS
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° assembly
° operating
Sold by SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND CO., CHICAGO,
IL 60684 U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.

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    ii i,_llllll,_ i,_l, , i i _llllll,i _,11, Save This Manual For Future Reference owners manual MODEL NO= 720.25251 OUTE CAUTION: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ° assembly CAREFULLY ° operating Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., CHICAGO, IL 60684 U.S.A. Printed in U.S.A.

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    generaU safety instructions for router crafter WRARNING:FAILURE TO HEED ALL SAFETY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS REGARDING USE OF THIS ODUCT CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY_ 1. USE SAFETY GOGGLES (Head Protection) Wear Safety goggles (must comply with ANS Z87.t) at all times Also, use face or dust mask if cutting operation dusty, and ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during...

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    preliminary instructions and pack ng tist CONTENTS Rounding up--Turning from Square to Round ..General Safety Instructions Router Crafter ..Circular Beads and Coves ....Genera_ Safety Instructions for Power Toots ..Preliminary Instructions and Packing List Roping (Spiraling) ......Assembly of Name Plate .....

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    INTRODUCTION Your Craftsman Router Crafter is a newly developed A crank (#1) which fits into the back of the drive machine which wilt enable you to utilize your router spindle is provided to rotate the work piece, You may fullest--making...

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    ARROW Figure 4 Figure 3 ..........:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "' L BEFOR'E SE'i_TINGUP A WORK PIECE in the Router ..Crafter, do the following: Refer to Fig. 3. Hold the cap screw "B" in place with the hexagon wrench which is provided UPPER tighten the wing...

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    If you have thin boards such as 3/4" or 1rt that are smooth, you can put 2, 3, or4 thickness to- gether at one time using Craftsman white glue and ;ENTER HOLE ordinary "C" clamps_ Rip the boards to about 1/4"...

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    "A" (Fig. 4), a Craftsman Rabbetting Surfacing Bit number rotate the knob 1/4 turn and push knob back in_ This 9 26310, which is used...

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    drivespindle andprevent, rotation of_.the d rivespindie. The knobShouldgo [n Unti[i_"itii!!t_ches or .almost touches the _,able drum. Make:i_i:eii"_he index pin is in eli the way. Yo'U _i_ow may {feel,i:.a;;iittle play or" wiggle in the_work, piece',but it sho_jd:'h_{ be free to rotate. J ggle.t_6..iwo_;k"piece back and:÷ifofth sffghtly by hand...

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    "end" cut. If you wish, you can position the router carriage to the roping spirals either a craftsman 9_26324 right or left to make another cut to blend in with the (3/16" quarter round) or a 9. 26323 (9/32"...

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    Now, w iththerouterliftedupslightly sothatthecutter when the cutting depth is correct, the center Iine of bit doesnot touchthe workpiece,rotate the crankin the cutter bit is pointed to the center of the work piece. the directionthat pulls the router' t owardthe head The depth of cut is set by positioning the down feed stockuntilthe carriagecontacts the stopnearest t he screws "F"...

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    24 BEADS OR FLUTES 6 BEADS OR FLUTES Typical cross sections of beads and flutes cut lengthwise for various di- ameters_ Beads above center line are as cut, Beads below center line are after sanding. bit No, _926323 or No, 9_26324. Figure 13...

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    !aise and .lower the router as it return the carriage to the .left,end. "Again; w th the moves'along the rear steel bar. Craftsman No. 9 26326 fee'd down scre_vs_ let router down about Core used. when...

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    D j7 ',,_ Figure 15 Figure '14 Figure 16 1/2 inch piece of wood "B" about 3 1/2 inches wide_ the left end of the contoured section lines up with the The length should be the same as the first piece.

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    "_ *-- A ,,_-A v/ i/ ssA Figure Figure TAPER TURNING With a rounded work piece the Router Crafter, loosen wing "E" (Fig.. 19)_ With provided, !oosen screw "A" move center bushing "B" up about two marks "C" on the tail stock "D"o Tighten screw "A".

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    USED WH_:N ,k,'_OUIiTING TEMPLATE TAIL STOCK HEAO .STOCK USeD WHE_ MOUNT|NG ROUTEt_ ROUTER CARRIAGE j j_ Figure 20...

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    PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN ROUTER CRAFTER MODEL NO, 720_25251 Y,EY PART PART htO, NUMBEn DESCRIPTtON QUAt_ NUMBER DESCelPTION QUAN, 29LDq42 C_'ank Handle 29LD-133 Cable Clamp 2£LDqSO Retaining Ring 29LD-138-2 ..Lock ,Ring ..29A-49t_2 Push Nut "32 29A-249-5 Key (Wrench)

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE SUGGESTED REMEDY Burned places on turnings Moving router too slow Move router faster Crank work faster Work rotating too slow 1c) Bit remaining in place too long Keep the router or work piece moving when routering, Have router checked...

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    owners manual DEL NO. 720.25251 WHEN CORRESPONDING ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST. 1. The PART NUMBER 2. The PART DESCRIPTION 3. The MODEL NUMBER 720.25251 4. The NAME OF ITEM--ROUTER CRAFTER 11-91 Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., CHICAGO, IL 60684 U.S.A.

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