Philips Power Craft PRT-150 User guide

ROUTER TABLE
PRT-150
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Contents
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Introduction
04
Machine specifications
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Safety instructions
- General safety instructions
- Additional safety instructions
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Assembly
- Assembling the router table
- Mounting the router
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Warranty
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We Ferm B.V.
Lingenstraat 6, 8028 PM Zwolle, The Netherlands
declare that the design and construction of the following machine, in the form supplied by us, comply with
the requirements of the appropriate EC directives.
Product Description: ROUTER TABLE
Model: PRT-150
Appropriate EC directives: 98/37/EC, 73/23/EC
Applicable harmonised norms: EN 61029-1
J.A. Bakker - van Ingen
CEO Ferm B.V.
J. Lodewijk
Quality Manager Ferm Global
10/2007
Operation
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
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Maintenance
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Warranty
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PRT-150
Congratulations! You have made an excellent choice with the purchase of this Quality
product. Our commitment to quality also includes our service. Should you, contrary to
expectations, experience defects due to material or manufacturing faults during private use
within 36 months of the date of purchase we shall be liable for warranty in accordance with
statutory warranty regulations, provided that: - The device was not put to any use other than the intended.Was not overloaded. - Was not used with the wrong accessories. - Repairs where not carried out by any
other than the authorised workshop. The warranty certificate is only valid in connection with the receipt.
Please keep both in a safe place. The warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
The product is guaranteed for a period of three years beginning on the day of purchase. Keep your purchase
receipt safe as proof of the date of purchase. The guarantee period can only be extended for the duration of
any repair required.
During the warranty period, defective devices can be sent FREIGHT PREPAID to the service address stated at
the end of this booklet. We will, at our discretion either repair or exchange the device in accordance with
warranty legislation.
Please include the following when sending in your product for repair:
1. The receipt (proof of purchase)
2. This warranty certificate with your name, address, contact details and a fault description
completed overleaf.
If the original receipt is not enclosed the repair will be charged for in all cases. After the warranty has
expired you can still send defective devices for repairs FREIGHT PREPAID to the address at the end of this
booklet. Quotes as well as repairs after warranty period are to be paid for in all cases. Ensure the product is
sent well packed as no responsibility can be accepted for items lost or damaged in transit. This warranty
does not affect your statutory rights.
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Introduction
Congratulations on choosing to buy a
PowerCraft product.
By doing so you now have the assurance and peace of mind that comes with
purchasing a product made by one of Europe’s leading manufacturers.
All products brought to you by PowerCraft are manufactured to the highest
standards of performances and safety, and, as part of our philosophy for
customer service and satisfaction, are backed by our comprehensive
3 Year Warranty.
We hope you will enjoy using your purchase for many years to come.
ROUTER TABLE
Always read the instructions for electrical products carefully before
use. It will help you understand your product better and avoid
unnecessary risks. Keep this instructions manual in a safe place for
future use.
This Router Table will suit woodworking enthusiasts and those new to the
craft of routing. It is packed with features to maximise the versatility of your
router. It allows the router to be inverted and used as a shaper for making
moldings, and working on small pieces.
Parts list
No.
400750
400751
400758
400752
400753
400754
400755
400756
400757
Description
Leg complete
Switch
Table extension
Guide set
Holder for guide
Knob small
Flat washer
Knob big
Inlay (5 pcs.)
Position
1 till 7
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15
16, 25
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Machine specifications
Maintenance
Technical specifications
Disconnect the machine from the mains before carrying out
cleaning and maintenance work.
Voltage
Frequency
Main table size
Extension table size (with extension wings)
Extension wing size
Max router base plate diameter
Weight
230 V~
50 Hz
455 x 330 mm
855 x 330 mm
200 x 330 mm
155 mm
6 kg
This machine has been designed to operate over a long period of time with a
minimum of maintenance. Continuous satisfactory operation depends upon
proper machine care and regular cleaning.
Cleaning
Regularly clean the machine housing with a soft cloth, preferably after each
use. Keep the ventilation slots free from dust and dirt. If the dirt does not
come off use a soft cloth moistened with soapy water. Never use solvents
such as petrol, alcohol, ammonia water, etc. These solvents may damage the
plastic parts.
Product information
Lubrication
This machine needs no additional lubrication.
Faults
Should a fault occur, please contact the address on the warranty card. On the
back page of this manual you find an exploded view showing the parts that
can be ordered.
Environment
To prevent damage during transport, the appliance is delivered in a solid
packaging which consists largely of reusable material. Therefore please make
use of options for recycling the packaging.
Philips head
screw
Nut
Hex head bolt
Flat washer
Allen hex head
bolt
Big flat washer
Elastic
washes
Coach bolt
Locking knob
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Operation
Machine specifications
As with all power tools, especially those with cutters/blades, keep
hands and fingers safety away from blades by using push sticks etc
when working on small workpieces.
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Dust extraction
Table top
Table leg
Table pressure pad including fittings
Table insert
Switch box
Guide for fence pressure pad
Fence pressure pad
Guide for table pressure pad
Fence profile
Plastic bag containing screws and fittings
The plastic bag is not a toy! Avoid danger of suffocation, keep this
bag away from babies and children. Do not use in cribs, beds,
carriages or play pens. Knot bag before throwing away
Package contents
1 Table top
4 Table legs
1 Table pressure pad, including fittings (set)
1 Table insert (set)
1 Switch box
1 Guide for fence pressure pad (set)
1 Fence pressure pad
1 Guide for table pressure pad (set)
1 Fence profile
4 Knobs
1 Plastic bag containing screws and fittings, details please refer to the
followings:
4 Philips head screws, M6X20
4 Hex head bolts, M6X16
1 Hex head bolts, M6X25
1 Hex head bolts, M6X40
16 Allen hex head bolts, M6X12
4 Coach bolts, M5X50
6 Nuts, M6
4 Nuts, M5
18 Flat washers, Ø 6
2 Big flat washers, Ø 6
16 Elastic washers, Ø 6
2 Locking knobs
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The router table is provided with a dust extraction facility, where a vacuum
extractor may be connected to the outlet at the rear of the table. Note
however, that this does not preclude the user from wearing a face mask to
prevent the inhalation of dust particles.
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Machine specifications
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Operation
Users manual
Quick set-up guide
After Sales-card
When making adjustments etc, always ensure the router is isolated
from the main electrical supply by switching off and removing the
plug from the socket.
Note: Always refer to the specific router operating instruction manual when
making height and speed adjustments etc.
Installing bits
To install bits whilst the router is situated in the table will require the router
to be lowered fully. Select desired bit and install. Fit the table insert closest to
the size of the bit, ensure the bit does not touch the insert.
Height adjustment
Raise the router until the bit protrudes through the table the required
amount. Make test cuts on scrap pieces of wood to set accurately.
Fence adjustment
Loosen the two fence clamping knobs and position the fence as desired, use
the graduation marks to set the fence parallel. Make test cuts on scrap pieces
of wood to set accurately.
Pressure pad
Set the fence pressure pad to hold the piece of wood flat on the table and
against the fence whilst machining. To do this, place the piece of wood
against the fence and below the relevant pad to be adjusted, loose the two
locking knobs and lower the pad until it rests on the wood, push the pad
down a little further to apply sufficient pressure to hold the wood flat on the
table. Adjust the table feather board in the same manner to hold the wood
firmly against the fence.
Jointing fence
Set the jointing fence to support the wood when cutting the full thickness.
Adjust the cutting depth etc as previously described, proceed to machine the
piece of wood until the lead edge passed over the jointing fence by approx
25mm. Switch off and isolate from the main electrical supply. Hold the wood
firmly against the Fence, loosen the jointing fence clamping knob, slide the
jointing fence out until it touches the wood and then tighten the clamping
knob. Back the workpiece away from the cutter before switching on again.
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Safety instructions
sized blocks of wood or similar supportable items. (Fig. 14)
Place the router in position on the underside of the table as central as
possible. Insert two coach bolts into holes marked “C” (Fig. 4) from the
table top, now underneath (Fig. 15).
Loosely secure router in position with the 4 bolts (Fig. 16). It may be
necessary to rotate the router in order to locate all 4 bolts correctly. If
router is fitted with a speed control, try if possible to position the speed
control where it can easily be accessed from the front of the table. Once
the router is in the desired position, tighten the 4 bolts sufficiently to
prevent the router moving whilst in operation.
Plug the router plug into the receptacle of the switch box.
The following symbols are used in these instructions:
Read instructions carefully.
Conformity with the relevant EU safety.
Danger of life and risk of injury as well as risk of damage to the
machine in case of non-adherence to the safety instructions in
these instructions of use.
This router table only can fit routers with up to 155mm diameter base
plate.
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Danger of electric shock.
Your router table is now fully assembled and ready for use.
Remove the plug from the mains socket.
Danger! Keep hands away from moving parts.
Wear ear protection.
Wear safety goggles.
Wear a protection mask.
General safety instructions
Caution! Read all instructions. The non-observation of the instructions
mentioned below may cause an electric shock, fire and/or severe injuries. The
term “electric tool” mentioned below refers to mains-operated electric tools
(with power cord) and to rechargeable electric tools (without power cord).
Keep these instructions for use in a safe place.
1) Workplace
(a) Keep your workplace clean and tidy. Untidy and badly illuminated work
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areas may lead to accidents.
(b) Do not operate this machine in potentially explosive environments
containing combustible liquids, gases or dusts. Electric tools send out
sparks which may ignite dust or vapours.
(c) Keep children and other persons away from the electric tool during use.
When distracted, you may lose control over the apparatus.
This router table is supplied with extra extensions to improve the control on
the work piece.
2) Electric safety
(a) The plug of the machine has to be suitable for the socket. The connector
may not be modified in any way. Do not use an adapter plug together
with earthed devices. Unchanged connectors and fitting sockets reduce
the risk of an electric shock.
(b) Avoid body contact to earthed surfaces, such as pipes, radiator, stoves and
refrigerators. There is a higher risk of an electric shock, if your body is
earthed.
(c) Keep the machine clear of rain or humidity. The penetration of water
into an electrical device increases the risk of an electric shock.
(d) Do not use the cable for unintended purposes, to carry or suspend the
machine or to pull the connector out of the socket. Keep the cable clear
of heat, oil, sharp edges or any moving parts. Damaged or entangled
cables increase the risk of an electric shock.
(e) When using an electric tool in the open, use an extension cable only
which has been approved for outdoor use. The use of an extension cable
suitable for use in the open will reduce the risk of an electric shock.
Always use an RCD (redicual circuit device or circuit breaker).
(f) Hold the machine at the insulated gripping surfaces as the belt grinder
may hit its own power cord. Damaging a live cable may make metal
machine parts live, which may lead to an electric shock.
Mounting the router
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3) Personal safety
(a) Please pay attention and watch what you are doing, and carry out the
work with the electric tool sensibly. Do not use the machine, when you
are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medicine. A moment
of carelessness in the use of the machine could lead to serious injuries.
(b) Wear your safety equipment and always put on safety goggles. Wearing
personal protective gear, such as dust mask, anti-skid safety shoes, hard
hat and ear protection, depending on the type of use of the electric tool,
will reduce the risk of injury.
(c) Avoid unintentional operation. Make sure that the switch is in the “OFF”
position before you remove the plug from the socket. If you have your
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Place the extensions on both sides as indicated in the figure.
Use the enclosed screws (4 pieces per extension) to connect the extension
correctly to the router table.
Fig.15
Fig.16
Attach the router to the router table by doing the following:
• Loosen the fence securing knobs and slide fence forwards as far as
possible, this prevents the router coach bolts (M5X50) from falling
through the table when it is turned over.
• Carefully turn the table over and support by it laying it onto suitable
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Insert two coach bolt (M6X25) into the holes on the top of guide for
fence pressure pad (Fig. 6).
• Put the guide for fence pressure pad on the top of fence, and align
two holes with the two holes on the fence, then insert two bolts
(M6X25) into the holes, and secure in position with nuts (Fig. 7).
• Slide the two front fence, in order to have enough space for fence
pressure pad, then put fence pressure pad on the two bolts, and secure
it in position with washer and locking knob (Fig. 8 and Fig. 9).
Fit table pressure pad (3, Fig. 1) by doing the following:
• Loosen all the fittings on table pressure pad.
• Loosen two screws on guide for table pressure pad (8, Fig. 1 - page
4), and align two hole on guide for table pressure into the two holes
on the front side wall on the table, then insert two screws into the
holes, secure it in position with nut (Fig. 10).
• Insert two coach bolts (M6X25) into the hole on guide for table pressure
pad, and put table pressure pad on the two bolts, and secure it in
position with washer and locking knob (Fig. 11 and Fig. 12)
Fit the switch box (5, Fig. 1) by doing the following:
• Align two holes on switch box into the two holes on the front side
wall of table.
• Fit in position with two Phillips head screws inserted from the front
of table secured with two nuts (Fig. 13).
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
finger on the switch when carrying the machine or if you connect the
running machine to the socket, this may lead to accidents.
Remove the adjusting tools or the spanners before switching on the
machine. A tool or a key which is located in a revolving part of the
machine may lead to injuries.
Concentrate at all times. Ensure a safe stand and keep your balance at all
times. In this case you will be able to control the machine better in
unexpected situations.
Wear suitable clothing. Do not wear any loose clothing or jewellery. Keep
your hair, clothing and gloves clear of any moving parts.
If dust extraction or collection devices can be mounted, make sure that
they are connected properly and are used in the proper way. The use of
these pieces of equipment reduce hazards caused by dust.
4) Careful handling and use of electric tools
(a) Use the correct tool for the job at hand.
(b) Do not use an electric tool, if the switch is defective. An electric tool,
which cannot be switched on or off, is dangerous and has to be repaired.
(c) Remove the plug from the socket before setting down the machine,
changing accessories or putting the machine aside. This precautionary
measure prevents the unintentional start of the machine.
(d) Keep unused electric tools out of reach of children. Do not permit
persons to use the machine who are not familiar with it or who have not
read these instructions. Electric tools are dangerous, if they are used by
inexperienced persons.
(e) Maintain the machine with care. Please check whether the movable parts
are perfectly operational and do not jam, whether parts have broken or
have been damaged in such a way that the function of the machine is
impaired. Have damaged parts repaired prior to using the machine. Many
accidents are caused by electric tools which are poorly maintained.
(f) Keep all cutting tools sharp and clean.
(g) Use the electric tool, the accessories, the insert tools, etc according to
these instructions, and in the way described for this special type of
apparatus. In the process, take the working conditions and the work to
be carried out into consideration. Only use this belt sander for the
purpose for which it is intended.
(h) Use clamps or vice to hold work. It is safer then using your hands and
frees both hands to operate the tool.
Mounting extensions
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5) Servicing
(a) Have your machine repaired by qualified expert staff using original spare
parts only.
(b) Caution! The use of accessories or add-on devices other than those
recommended in these instructions may mean a risk of injury. Use original
spare parts only.
Additional safety instructions
Safety is a combination of common sense, staying alert and knowing how
your router table works. Read this manual to understand this router table.
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Always wear eye protection.
Noise levels vary widely with location. To avoid possible hearing damage,
wear ear plugs or ear muffs when using your router table for long
periods of time.
For dusty operations, wear a dust mask along with safety goggles.
Follow the instructions in your router owner’s manual.
Warning! Vibrations, caused by the router during use, can cause fasteners
to become loose. Before use and periodically during use,check all
fasteners to make sure that all are tight and secure.
Do not use this product until all assembly and installation steps have
been completed. Make sure you have read and understand all safety and
operational instructions in this manual and the router owner’s manual.
Make sure that the router bit is properly positioned and clamped in the
router before making any cuts.
Do not use the router table as a workbench or work surface. Doing so
may damage it, causing it to be unsafe to use. A workbench should be
used for this purpose.
This product is designed for cutting flat workpieces. Do not cut or
attempt to cut workpieces that are not flat.
This product is designed for cutting wood workpieces only. Do not use to
cut metal or other non-wood materials.
The use of auxiliary in-feed and out-feed supports is strongly
recommended when routing long workpieces. Otherwise those
workpieces can cause the route table to tip over.
Keep hands clear of the router bits and working area.
Make and use a push stick to move small workpieces across the cutting
area.
Clean the router after use. The use of a wet/dry vac or vacuum
equipment is recommended.
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Before assembling the table, ensure all components are present.
In case of shortages please contact the service address on the
warranty card.
To assemble your router table, do the following:
• Lay the table top (1, Fig.1) upside down on a flat surface (Fig.2).
• Place a table leg (2, Fig.1) using four allen hex head bolts (M6X12),
do not fully tighten yet (Fig.3).
• Repeat the above for the other three legs, and make sure the four legs
are on the same flat surface, then tighten all the bolts.
• Once all four legs are securely tightened, turn assembly over, check the
table does not rock. If any rocking is detected, this must be rectified
before continuing by loosening the bolts on the offending leg/legs and
adjusting accordingly.
• Insert two coach bolts (M5X50) into holes marked “B” from the top of
the table (Fig.4).
• Attach the fence (9, Fig.1), using hex head bolts, washers and knobs
supplied. Insert the bolts from the underside of the table through the
holes marked “A” (Fig. 5). Place the fence on the bolts and secure in
position with washers and knobs.
Note: Use the graduated scales to line up the fence accurately.
Fit the fence pressure pad (7, Fig. 1) by doing the following:
• Loosen all the fittings on the guide for fence pressure pad (6, Fig. 1).
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Always make sure that work surface of the router table is clean and free
from dust, chips, and foreign particles that can interfere with the cut you
are going to make. The use of a wet/dry vac or vacuum equipment is
recommended.
The fence that comes with the router table has a dust collector to which
a wet/dry vac can be attached.
Check the function of the guard before each use. Remove all dust, chips,
and any other foreign particles that can affect its function.
Warning! Never put your fingers under the overhead guard when the
router is plugged into and electrical outlet or when the router bit is
rotating.
Always feed the workpiece against the rotation of the cutter or router bit.
Router bits are extremely sharp, be extra careful when handling and
using them.
Make sure that the router bits being used are sharp or have been
properly re-sharpened. This will permit fast, efficient, and safe routing.
Some routers, when positioned in an upside down position (such as on an
router table), will drop or fall out of the router base when the base
clamp is loosened to adjust height or depth of cut. Therefore, it is
extremely important to support the router from below when making
these adjustments or whenever the base clamp is loosened.
Always look under the router table at the router switch box when
turning the router ON or OFF. Do not touch anything but the switch box
when doing this. Never reach under the router table for any reason when
the router table is running, except to turn it OFF.
Warning! Before making any cut, make sure the router is turned OFF, the
router bit is not rotating, and the power cord is unplugged from the
electrical outlet. Then, make absolutely sure that the overhead guard
clears the router bit and the workpiece. A trial pass, with the router
turned OFF and the router bit not turning, is strongly recommended.
Warning! Never leave the router table unattended while the router is
running. Turn the router OFF before leaving the router table for any
reason.
Immediately throw away old cables or plugs when they have been
replaced by new ones. It is dangerous to insert the plug of a loose cable
in the wall outlet.
Only use an approved extension cable suitable for the power input of the
machine. The minimum conductor size is 1.5 mm2. When using a cable
reel always unwind the reel completely.
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Safety instructions
Assembly
Always check that the power supply corresponds to the voltage on
the rating plate.
Assembling the router table
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