being cut, then feed from LEFT TO RIGHT as stlown in
away from the _arting pin, as shown by position #3 i_
6. At this point, the piloted router bit is acting as a guide
and not the slatting pin. Feed the workplace
' the rotatior, of cutter unlil the complete edge of the
workpiece has been cut. Then slide workplace away
FREE ROUTING IRREGULARLY
For routing irregularly shaped work pieces, a starting pin
is provided. The starting pin is used for "free-routing"
witl_ piloted bits only, It Is not used for any other
operation described In this manual.
' 1 Remove the fence from the table.
2. Thread starting pin into tapped hole in the throat
plate, as shown in Figure 38, and tighten securely.
3. To free route with starting pin, orient workpiece on
table top against starting pin, as shown by position #1
in Figure 38. Workplace sl_ould not contact cutter.
4. Gradually swing workplace contacting pilot, swing
against tt_e cutter unti1111o c omplete edge
of the work piece has been cut. Then slide workpieca.
away from cutter.
CZtl " II IIZ E]IZ EZ i
Your protractor will sorve as a handy aid when extra suppo
is needed for routing sma!l workpieces or e_s
o1' l arge
workpieces. See Figure 40.
NOTE:, FOR ALL ROUTING OPERATIONS
ING USE OF,MITER GALIGE ALONG WITH
THE EENCE, BE SURE TO ALIGN FENCE
_,_ITH MITER 'BAR SLOT-BEFORE
ANy :CUTS. SEE FIGURE 24.