CRAFTSMAN e Clamplng Table provides a work
surface of up to 40-3/4 '_.It features a largo 30" x 20-1/2"
ti(ting top made of durable _B/4-1nch thlak MDF (Medium
Denslty Fiber). Its steel frame supports up to 330 Ibs,,
and thero ]s a convenient storage rack with slots for
table pegs, parts and for hand
screwdrivers and chisels. Jaw Is adjustable up to 9
degrees for holding Irregularly-shaped workpleoes.
A step bar provldes additional support and stability,
of your dRAFTSMAN
Clamping Table have been assembled at 1he factory.
This lnctudes the table top, the support posts, and tho
legs, You need to complete _he shop stand by assem-
bling the following components to each other."
table top to support posts
short locking handles to support posts
feet to Iegs
long locking handles to Ieg_
table top/support posts to logs
need a #3 Phillips
and an adjustable-head
Table Top to Support Posts
Place stand top (A) upside.down
on a smooth
surface. (See Ftgura 2,)
With vlangular-shapod tilt brackets on Inside of rail
and pivoted toward rear of table, attach _upport
posts assembly (D) with 4 bolts (H) and 4 nuts (N),
2 on each side,
Tighten with Phillips screwdriver
Looklng Handles to Support Posts
(D) to most
advanced position (small tabs Ilmlt movement).
(See Figure 2.)
In most advanced posltlon
with your shoulder, place tabs of nut holder (F)
(over nut [I_]) and Into slots. White holding nut
holder In slot with nut, use other hand to thread
short looking handle (B) Into nut
Repeat for other side.
To tighten: Turn handles clockwise.
To loosen: Turn handles counterclockwise.