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Chop saw
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A spacer block slightly narrower than the work piece can
be used to increase wheel utilization (Fig. 2).
Long work pieces must be supported by a block so it will
be level with top of base (Fig. 3). The cut off end should
be free to fall downward to avoid wheel binding.
Vise Operation (fig. 4)
The vise (F) has a quick-travel feature. To release the vise
when it is clamped tightly, turn the crank (H)
counterclockwise one or two times to remove clamping
pressure. Lift vise lever (I) up. Pull crank assembly out as
far asdesired. Vise may be pushed forward into work without
cranking. Lower vise lever (I) then tighten vise (F) onwork by
using crank (H).
Fence Operation (fig. 5, 6)
Caution: Turn off and unplug the tool before
making any adjustments or removing or
installing attachments or accessories. Be
sure the trigger switch is in the OFF position.The fence
(E) can be adjusted two ways: to change desired cutting
angle and to change spacing between the fence and vise.
To Change the Desired Cutting Angle
Use the wrench provided to loosen (do not remove) the two
fence bolts (P). Align the desired angle indicator line with
theslot line (A) in the base (D). Securely tighten both fence
bolts before use. For more accurate square cuts, disconnect
the power supply, loosen the two fence bolts, push arm
down until wheel extends into base. Place a square against
thewheel and adjust fence against the square. Securely
tighten both fence bolts before use. When making a miter
cut, thevise (F) may not clamp securely, depending on the
thickness of the workpiece and the miter angle. Other aids
(such as spring, bar or C-clamps) will be necessary to
secure the work piece to the fence when making these cuts.
To Change Spacing between The Fence and Vise
Using the wrench provided, loosen and remove the two
fence bolts (P). Adjust the fence (E) to desired
locations.Insert both fence bolts in provided locations.
Securely tighten both fence bolts before use.
Removal and Installation of Wheels (fig. 7, 8)
Caution: Turn off and unplug the tool before
making any adjustments or removing or
installin gattachments or accessories. Be
sure the trigger switch is in the OFF position. Do not
make any adjustment while the wheel is in motion. Do not
make any adjustment while chop saw is plugged into power
supply.
1. Push in spindle lock (L) and rotate wheel (J) by hand
until wheel lock lever engages slot in inside flange(R) to
lock wheel. Loosen the bolt (S) counterclockwise in the
center of the abrasive wheel with the 8mm hex wrench
(G). Bolt has right-hand thread.
2. Remove the bolt (S), washer (T), outside flange (U) and
old wheel (J).
3. Make sure flange surfaces are clean and flat. Install the
new abrasive wheel by reversing the above steps.
4. Do not overtighten bolt.
Warning: Check the work surface that the chop
saw rests on when replacing with a new abrasive
wheel. Itis possible that the wheel may contact
ANY ITEMS OR STRUCTURE THAT EXTENDS ABOVE
work surface (under the base) when the arm is fully lowered.
Operation tips for more accurate cuts
Allow the wheel to do the cutting. Excessive force will
cause the wheel to glaze reducing cutting efficiency
and/or to deflect causing inaccurate cuts.
Properly adjust fence angle.
Make sure material is laying flat across base.
Properly clamp material to avoid movement and
vibration.
Motor brush inspection and replacement (fig.9)
Warning:Turn off and unplug the tool. Be sure
the trigger switch is in the OFF position.
Brushes should be regularly inspected for wear.
To inspect brushes, unscrew the two end cap screws (V) and
remove end cap (W). Remove brush cap (Y). Brushes (X)
should slide freely in brush box. If brushes are worndown to
.3"
ENGLISH
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