11. While firmly holding the workpiece against
the fence and down against the router table,
feed the workpiece toward the bit in the direction
shown by the ARROW in Figure 46.
12. For deep cuts, do not try to cut the total
height aU in one pass. Repeat the cut, taking
ROUTING USING THE MITER GAUGE
Your miter gauge will serve as a handy aid when
extra support is needed for routing the ends of
The miter gauges from most stationary table saws
can be used with this router table.
ALWAYS CHECK THE FIT OF THESE MITER
GAUGES IN THE ROUTER TABLE MITER SLOT,
TO ENSURE THAT THE MITER GAUGE MOVES
EASILY IN THE SLOT FOR THE FULL LENGTH
OF THE ROUTER TABLE. IF IT DOES NOT, USE
THE MITER GAUGE THAT COMES WITH THE
NOTE: For ALL routing operations requiring the use
of the miter gauge with the fence, BE SURE to align
the fence with the miter gauge slot in the router table
before making any cuts. Refer to the section
"INSTALLING AND ALIGNING THE FENCE".
Miters can be cut by loosening the knob on the
protractor head, turning the protractor head up to
60 ° in either direction and retightening the protractor
• The GUARD MUST BE DOWN in the
OPERATING POSITION when using
the miter gauge.
• Always HOLD the workpiece FIRMLY and
SECURELY AGAINST the miter gauge, router
table and fence when making a cut.
• Make sure that NEITHER YOUR FINGERS,
HANDS, NOR ANY OTHER PART OF YOUR
BODY is in line with the router bit when
using the miter gauge, or else serious
bodily can occur.