ROUTING USING THE
Your miter gauge will serve as a handy
aid when extra support is needed for
cross-grain routing small workpieces,
See Figure 24.
NOTE: For ALL routing operations requiting
use of the miter gauge along with the fence
assembly, be sure to align fence assembly
with the miter bar slot before making
Miters can be cut by loosening the
protractor head knob, turning the pro_'actor
head up to 60° in either direction and
tightening the protractor head knob.
• Always hold the workpiece FIRMLY and
SECURELY against the miter gauge,
the router table and, if using non-
piloted router bits, the fence assembly
when making this 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. Serious bodily injury can occur.