TO THE UPPER
NOTE: The lower fences have four identifying
grooves on one surface for orienting them to the
For in-line routing, the grooves on both fences
must be to the back of the upper fence.
For jointing, the grooves on the left lower fence
must be to the front of the upper fence.
For additional information, refer to the section
"Routing Using the Fence" on page 37.
Assemble lower fences to the upper fence so
that both weld nuts line up and fit into the slot on
the lower fence as shown in Figure 17 and Detail
17A.The weld nuts should be fully engaged in
In Figure 17, the left lower fence is shown
already assembled to the upper fence.
Position the lower fences so that they are evenly
spaced from the ends of the upper fence.
Be sure to note the proper orientation of the
identifying grooves on the lower fences depending
on the planned routing operation.
Tighten clamping knobs to secure the lower fences
Loosen the clamping knobs and move the lower
fences to adjust them closer to the cutter when
routing for accurate work piece guidance.
NEVER position fences so that
they can come in contact with the bit. Fence
contact with the bit could result in serious
bodily injury and damage to the fences!
Left lower fence