8 - 9.
may be adjusted
from 0 ° to 45 ° right
or (eft, Ang(es for cuts from 0 ° to 45 ° in 15 ° increments
on a sca(e on both the (eft and right side of
the base, Notches
on the rear of the base provide
tive stops at each of the above mentioned
15 ° increments,
Using the 1/8 (n. hex key provided,
(oosen the base
until the base can be move&
Slide base forward
unti( base pivot screws can move
free(y in slots in base.
A(ign the mark, on the base, of the des(red
the edge of the motor
Once the desired
ang(e is reached,
s(ide base back unti(
tab on motor housing
a(igns w(th the appropriate
on rear of base.
making a set-up
cuts w(th a
or for ang(es other than the preset
15 ° incre-
ments, the positive
on the rear of the base
are not used.
the base p(vot screws
hex key to storage
The w(de s(ot in the base must be used when
ing beve( cuts, scro(( cuts, p(unge cuts, and when cutting
See Figures 10 - 1 1.
To avoid loss of control, broken b(ades,
or damage to the material being cut, always use
extreme caution when making p(unge cuts. We do
not recommend p(unge cutting on mateda(s other
TO MAKE A PLUNGE
 Mark the (ine of cut dearly on the workp(ece.
 Set the cutting ang(e at 0°.
 Set the orbital adjustment knob to 0.
 Tilt your saw forward so that it rests on the front edge
of the base and Made will not come in contact with the
workpiece when the saw is turned on.
 Make sure the b)ade is inside the area to be cut.
 Using high speed, start your saw and slowly lower the
Made into the workp(ece until the blade cuts through the
 Do not move the base forward until the blade cuts en-
tire(y through the workpiece and the base is in comp(ete
contact with the workp(ece.
 Move the saw forward to comp(ete the opening.
 Use on(y the 7 teeth per inch b)ade for this type of cut.
,o ...Z ..............................