ATTACHING AND USING A
Make sure that the
switch is OFF and UNPLUGGED
plugging in a wet/dry vacuum or reaching
in the area under the table or near the
The fence has a port for connecting a wet/dry
vac hose with a 2V2"nozzle. To attach, simply
push the nozzle into the port while holding
the fence assembly in place. The vacuum
can be plugged into the router table switch.
Be sure the cord does not interfere
with router operation.
Operating the router
table without a wet/dry vec can result in an
excessive buildup of sawdust and wood
chips under the fence assembly and guard,
reducing the performance of the router table
and fence assembly.
regardless of whether a
wet/dry vec is being used, remove the
sawdust and wood chips from under the
fence assembly and guard as needed.
It is always a good
practice to keep the work area clean. As
necessary, remove any accumulated
sawdust and wood chips from the top of the
router table, as well as from the surrounding
work area and floor.
USING THE ROUTER TABLE
sure that the router is turned OFF
INSTALLING THE ROUTER BIT
Because of the large variation of router bits,
certain router bits may not always operate in
the desired manner with this router table.
To simplify installation of the router bit,
release the clamp that secures the router
motor assembly in the base and slide the
motor out of the base.
To ensure that the most popular bits will
perform satisfactorily, install the bit so that
the router collet engages 3/4" of the router
bit shank. If the shank of the router bit
bottoms out in the collet, back out the router
1/16" to allow for proper
NEVER install router bits with less than
3/4" of shank engagement
in the collet.