ASSEMBLY OF MITER GAUGE-"
Assemble prolractor head to miter bar as shown in
The unitized fence on your table is providecl as a guide
against which the workpiece
should be held for accurac'y
in routing. Free hand routing (not holding work_againsl
the fence) is hazardous and should be strictly
without piloted muter blts.
.O4--#10 Fie! Wasiqer
#10-32 x _h¢ Pan
v_.," Hea_ Screw
3/16" Die. x 5/8' Groove€
#10-24 x 3/_,, Carriage-.._
_ _t_--#10.32 Hex Nut
ADJUSTING DEPTH AND HEIGHT OF CUT
Rolate the guard upward in order to have lull access to
the router bit for making adjustments; select a board that
is smoeth with it's edges true to each other and it's
Mark lines "A" and "B" on the end ol this board. Line
"A" for desired depth of cut (amount of material you
want to remove) and line "B" for desired cutUng
height. See Figure 25,
Clamp this board against the face of the fence with
edge resting on table top and end marked with lines
"A" and "B" close to the bit. See Figure 25, (MAKE
SURE ROUTER IS UNPLUGGED
BOARD AND MAKING ADJUSTMENTS).
OF UNITIZED FENCE TO MITER BAR
1. Measure distance from each end of unitized fence to
edge "E" of miter bar slot on the table as shown in
Figure 24. If both distances are the same, the
fence is parallel to miter bar slot. If not, loosen large
knobs and adjust fence accordingly. Tighten both
2. Position miter gauge on fable as shown in Figure 24.
WARNING: ALWAYS UNPLUG THE ROUTER BE-
FORE MAKING ANY SETTING, ADJUSTMENTS,
3. Loosen bolh larg_ knobs that allow movement of
fence and move forward and backward until outer-
most cutting edge of router bit is aligned with line "A",
Tighlen both knobs.