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Important!
When using equipment, a few safety precautions
must be observed to avoid injuries and damage.
Please read the complete operating manual with due
care. Keep this manual in a safe place, so that the
information is available at all times. If you give the
equipment to any other person, give them these
operating instructions as well.
We accept no liability for damage or accidents which
arise due to non-observance of these instructions
and the safety information.
1. Safety information
Please refer to the booklet included in delivery for the
safety instructions.
CAUTION!
Read all safety regulations and instructions.
Any errors made in following the safety regulations
and instructions may result in an electric shock, fire
and/or serious injury.
Keep all safety regulations and instructions in a
safe place for future use.
2. Layout (Fig. 1a/1b/1c)
1. Extractor adapter
2. Routing shoe
3. Wing screw
4. ON/OFF switch
5. Safety lock-off
6. Power cable
7. Handle
8. Motor casing
9. Fixing handle
10. Clamp nut
11. Speed control
12. Spindle lock
13. Compass point
14. Revolver end stop
15. End stop
16. Wing screw
17. Pointer
18. Scale
19. Depth stop
20. Guide sleeve
21. Parallel stop
22. Open-ended wrench
23. Clamp
3. Proper use
The router is ideal for machining wood and plastic
and also for cutting out knots, cutting grooves,
removing recesses, copying curves and logos, etc.
The router must not be used for machining metal,
stone, etc.
The machine is to be used only for its prescribed
purpose. Any other use is deemed to be a case of
misuse. The user / operator and not the
manufacturer will be liable for any damage or injuries
of any kind caused as a result of this.
Please note that our equipment has not been
designed for use in commercial, trade or industrial
applications. Our warranty will be voided if the
machine is used in commercial, trade or industrial
businesses or for equivalent purposes.
4. Technical data
Mains voltage:
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Power input:
1200 W
Idling speed:
11,000 – 30,000 rpm
Stroke height:
55 mm (cutting depth)
Clamp
Ø 8 and Ø 6 mm
Max. for shaping router:
32 mm
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Protection class:
Weight:
3.4 kg
Sound and vibration
Sound and vibration values were measured in
accordance with EN 60745.
LpA sound pressure level
KpA uncertainty
87.3 dB(A)
3 dB
LWA sound power level
KWA uncertainty
98.3 dB(A)
3 dB
Wear ear-muffs.
The impact of noise can cause damage to hearing.
Total vibration values (vector sum of three directions)
determined in accordance with EN 60745.
Handles
Vibration emission value ah = 4.74 m/s2
K uncertainty = 1,5 m/s2
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Important!
The vibration value changes according to the area of
application of the electric tool and may exceed the
specified value in exceptional circumstances.
5. Before starting the equipment
Before you connect the equipment to the mains
supply make sure that the data on the rating plate
are identical to the mains data.
Always pull the power plug before making
adjustments to the equipment.
All covers and safety devices have to be properly
fitted before the machine is switched on.
5.1 Extraction port assembly (Fig. 2-3/Item 1)
Important. For health and safety reasons it is
imperative that you use a dust extractor.
Connect your router to the extraction port (1) of a
vacuum cleaner or a dust extraction device. This
will provide excellent dust extraction on the
workpiece. The benefits are that you will protect
both the equipment and your own health. Your
work area will also be cleaner and safer.
Dust created when working may be dangerous.
Refer to the section entitled “Safety instructions”.
The vacuum cleaner you use for the extraction
work must be suitable for the workpiece material.
Use a special vacuum cleaner if you are handling
harmful materials.
Press the two plastic trays (1A and 1B) together
as shown in the figure.
Secure the extraction port (1) to the routing shoe
(2) using the two countersunk screws (f).
The extraction port can be connected to extractor
units (vacuum cleaners) with a suction hose.
The internal diameter of the suction port is 36
mm. Now fit a suction hose of the appropriate
size to the suction port.
5.2 Parallel stop assembly (Fig. 4/Item 21)
Push the guide shafts (a) of the parallel stop (21)
into the holes (b) on the routing shoe (2).
Set the parallel stop (21) to the required
dimension and secure it in place with the wing
screws (3).
5.3 Fitting the compass point (Fig. 5)
You can route circular areas using the compass
point (13) and the mounting to go with it.
Clamp the compass point (13) to the end of one of
the guide rods (a). Push the guide rod (a) into a
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hole (c) on the routing shoe (2). Secure the guide
rod (a) on the routing shoe (2) using the securing
screws (8).
Set the required radius between the compass point
(13) and cutter.
Position the compass point (13) in the center of the
circle you wish to route. If necessary undo the wing
screw (b) on the compass point (13) and
extend/shorten the part of the compass point (13)
that points downwards.
5.4 Guide sleeve assembly (Fig. 6-7/Item 20)
Secure the guide sleeve (20) to the routing shoe
(2) using the two countersunk screws (f).
The guide sleeve (20) is guided along the
template (c) using the guide ring (b).
The workpiece (d) must be larger by the
difference of “external edge of guide ring” and
“external edge of router” (e) to obtain a precise
copy.
5.5 Fitting / Removing the cutting tool (Fig. 8-11)
Important. Pull out the power plug first.
Important. After working with the router, the
cutting tool will remain very hot for a relatively
long time.
Important. Cutters are very sharp. Wear
protective gloves at all times when handling
cutting tools.
Cutters with a shaft diameter of 6 mm and 8 mm
may be fitted to this router. Most cutters are
available in both sizes.
You can used cutters made of the following
materials:
- HSS – Suitable for machining softwood
- TCT – Suitable for machining hardwood,
particle board, plastic and aluminum.
Select the appropriate cutting tool for the job in
hand.
When using the cutters for the first time:
Remove the plastic packaging from the cutter
heads.
Clean the nut, clamp and shaft of the cutter
before fitting it.
Press the spindle lock (12) and allow the spindle
to engage by turning it at the same time.
Undo the clamp nut (10) using the open-ended
spanner (22).
If necessary take the cutter you wish to remove
out of the clamp (23).
Select the appropriate cutting tool for the job in
hand.
Select the appropriate clamp for the cutter (23).
Now fit the clamp (23) and nut (10) into the
cutting spindle.
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Guide the cutter shaft into the clamp.
Press and hold the spindle lock (12).
Tighten the clamp nut (10) using the open-ended
spanner (22).
The cutter must be inserted at least 20 mm into
the clamp (23).
Before you start the electric router, check to
ensure that the cutting tool is secure and runs
smoothly.
5.6 Adjusting the end stops (Fig. 13/Item 15)
The height of the end stops (15) can be adjusted as
required. To do this, undo the lock nut on the end
stop (15) and turn it to the required stop height using
a screwdriver.
Important. Remove the setting and assembly
tools before starting the machine
6. Operation
Never use a low quality or damaged cutter. Use
only cutting tools with a shaft diameter of 6 mm
or 8 mm. The cutters must also be designed for
the appropriate idling speed.
Secure the workpiece so that it cannot be thrown
through the air as you work on it. Use clamps or
a vise.
Always guide the power cable away from the
back of the tool.
Never cut over metal parts, screws, nails etc.
6.1 ON/OFF switch (Fig. 16/Item 4)
Press the safety lock-off (5) and then press the
ON/OFF switch (4) to switch on the machine.
Release the ON/OFF switch (4) to switch off the
machine.
6.2 Speed control (Fig. 17 – Item 11)
The best speed depends on the material and the
diameter of the cutter. Select a speed between
11,000 and 30,000 rpm using the speed control
switch (11). You can choose from 7 different switch
positions. The speeds in the various switch positions
are as follows:
Switch position 1: approx. 11,000 rpm (minimum
speed)
Switch position 2: approx. 12,000 rpm
Switch position 3: approx. 15,000 rpm
Switch position 4: approx. 18,000 rpm
Switch position 5: approx. 22,000 rpm
Switch position 6: approx. 26,000 rpm
Switch position 7: approx. 30,000 rpm (maximum
speed)
To increase the speed:
Move the speed control switch (11) in the plus
direction.
To reduce the speed:
Move the speed control switch (11) in the minus
direction.
6.3 Adjusting the routing depth (Fig. 12 – 15)
Place the machine on the workpiece.
Undo the wing screw (16) and fixing handle (9).
Slowly move the machine downwards until the
cutter makes contact with the workpiece.
Tighten the fixing handle (9).
Set the depth stop (19) to the required routing
depth using the scale and secure it with the wing
screw (16).
Test the setting by completing a test cut on a
waste piece.
6.4 Routing
To avoid damage to the router, make sure there
are no foreign objects attached to the workpiece.
Connect the mains plug to a suitable socket.
Hold the tool using both of its handles (7).
Place the router on the workpiece.
Set the cutting depth as described in point 6.3.
Select the speed as described in point 6.2 and
switch the machine on (see point 6.1).
Test the machine settings using a piece of
waste.
Operate the tool at full speed. Only then should
you lower the router to its working height and
lock the machine with the locking grip (9).
Cutting direction: The cutting tool turns clockwise.
To avoid accidents you must always cut against the
direction in which the tool turns (Fig. 18).
Feed speed: It is very important to machine the
workpiece at the correct feed speed. We recommend
that before you machine the actual workpiece, you
carry out several trial cuts on a waste piece of the
same type. This will enable you to find the best
working speed for the workpiece very easily.
Feed speed too low:
The cutter could heat up excessively. If you are
cutting inflammable material such as wood, the
workpiece could ignite.
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Feed speed too high:
The cutter could be damaged. Cutting quality: Rough
and uneven.
Allow the cutter to come to a complete standstill
before removing the workpiece or putting down
the router.
6.5 Routing in stages
Depending on the hardness of the material you wish
to cut and the cutting depth, it may be a good idea to
proceed in stages.
Adjust the end stops as described in point 5.6.
If you wish to route in several stages, turn the
end stop revolver (14) after you have set the
cutting depth as described in point 6.3 so that the
depth stop (19) is over the highest end stop (15).
Now route in this setting. After completing the
first routing operation, adjust the end stop
revolver (14) so that the depth stop (19) is above
middle end stop (15). Now complete a routing
operation in this setting as well.
Now set the lowest end stop (15) and finish the
routing.
6.6 Routing circles with the compass point (13)
Proceed as follows to route circles around a centre
point:
Fit and adjust the compass point (13) as
described in point 5.3.
Place the compass point (13) on the centre point
of the circle you wish to route and apply pressure
to it.
Complete the routing operation as described in
point 6.4.
6.7 Routing with the parallel stop (21)
Proceed as follows to route along a straight outer
edge of a workpiece:
Fit the parallel stop (21) as described in point
5.2.
Guide the parallel stop (21) along the outer edge
of the workpiece.
Complete the routing operation as described in
point 6.4.
6.8 Free-hand routing
The router can also be operated without any guide
rods. You can use it for freehand routing for creative
work such as the production of logos.
Use a very flat cutter setting for this purpose.
Check the direction in which the cutter is turning
as you machine the workpiece (Fig. 18).
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6.9 Shape and edge cutting (Fig. 19)
Special cutters with a guide ring may be used for
cutting shapes (a) and edges (b).
Fit the cutter.
Carefully guide the machine on to the workpiece.
Guide the guide journal or ball bearing (c) along
the workpiece with gentle pressure.
Important:
For deep cuts, carry out the work in several steps
according to the material in question.
Hold the router in two hands when carrying out
all cutting work.
7. Replacing the power cable
If the power cable for this equipment is damaged, it
must be replaced by the manufacturer or its aftersales service or similarly trained personnel to avoid
danger.
8. Cleaning, maintenance and ordering
of spare parts
Always pull out the mains power plug before starting
any cleaning work.
8.1 Cleaning
Keep all safety devices, air vents and the motor
housing free of dirt and dust as far as possible.
Wipe the equipment with a clean cloth or blow it
with compressed air at low pressure.
We recommend that you clean the device
immediately each time you have finished using it.
Clean the equipment regularly with a moist cloth
and some soft soap. Do not use cleaning agents
or solvents; these could attack the plastic parts
of the equipment. Ensure that no water can seep
into the device.
8.2 Carbon brushes
In case of excessive sparking, have the carbon
brushes checked only by a qualified electrician.
Important! The carbon brushes should not be rep
laced by anyone but a qualified electrician.
8.3 Maintenance
There are no parts inside the equipment which
require additional maintenance.
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8.4 Ordering replacement parts
Please quote the following data when ordering
replacement parts:
Type of machine
Article number of the machine
Identification number of the machine
Replacement part number of the part required
For our latest prices and information please go to
www.isc-gmbh.info
9. Disposal and recycling
The unit is supplied in packaging to prevent its being
damaged in transit. This packaging is raw material
and can therefore be reused or can be returned to
the raw material system.
The unit and its accessories are made of various
types of material, such as metal and plastic.
Defective components must be disposed of as
special waste. Ask your dealer or your local council.
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Werfen Sie Elektrowerkzeuge nicht in den Hausmüll!
Gemäß europäischer Richtlinie 2002/96/EG über Elektro- und Elektronik-Altgeräte und Umsetzung in
nationales Recht müssen verbrauchte Elektrowerkzeuge getrennt gesammelt werden und einer
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Recycling-Alternative zur Rücksendeaufforderung:
Der Eigentümer des Elektrogerätes ist alternativ anstelle Rücksendung zur Mitwirkung bei der sachgerechten Verwertung im Falle der Eigentumsaufgabe verpflichtet. Das Altgerät kann hierfür auch einer
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Never place any electric tools in your household refuse.
To comply with European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning old electric and electronic equipment and its
implementation in national laws, old electric tools have to be separated from other waste and disposed of
in an environment-friendly fashion, e.g. by taking to a recycling depot.
Recycling alternative to the demand to return electrical devices:
As an alternative to returning the electrical device, the owner is obliged to cooperate in ensuring that the
device is properly recycled if ownership is relinquished. This can also be done by handing over the used
device to a returns center, which will dispose of it in accordance with national commercial and industrial
waste management legislation. This does not apply to the accessories and auxiliary equipment without
any electrical components which are included with the used device.
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Dear Customer,
All of our products undergo strict quality checks to ensure that they reach you in perfect condition. In the unlikely
event that your device develops a fault, please contact our service department at the address shown on this
guarantee card. Of course, if you would prefer to call us then we are also happy to offer our assistance under
the service number printed below. Please note the following terms under which guarantee claims can be made:
1. These guarantee terms cover additional guarantee rights and do not affect your statutory warranty rights.
We do not charge you for this guarantee.
2. Our guarantee only covers problems caused by material or manufacturing defects, and it is restricted to the
rectification of these defects or replacement of the device. Please note that our devices have not been
designed for use in commercial, trade or industrial applications. Consequently, the guarantee is invalidated
if the equipment is used in commercial, trade or industrial applications or for other equivalent activities. The
following are also excluded from our guarantee: compensation for transport damage, damage caused by
failure to comply with the installation/assembly instructions or damage caused by unprofessional
installation, failure to comply with the operating instructions (e.g. connection to the wrong mains voltage or
current type), misuse or inappropriate use (such as overloading of the device or use of non-approved tools
or accessories), failure to comply with the maintenance and safety regulations, ingress of foreign bodies
into the device (e.g. sand, stones or dust), effects of force or external influences (e.g. damage caused by
the device being dropped) and normal wear resulting from proper operation of the device.
The guarantee is rendered null and void if any attempt is made to tamper with the device.
3. The guarantee is valid for a period of 2 years starting from the purchase date of the device. Guarantee
claims should be submitted before the end of the guarantee period within two weeks of the defect being
noticed. No guarantee claims will be accepted after the end of the guarantee period. The original guarantee
period remains applicable to the device even if repairs are carried out or parts are replaced. In such cases,
the work performed or parts fitted will not result in an extension of the guarantee period, and no new
guarantee will become active for the work performed or parts fitted. This also applies when an on-site
service is used.
4. In order to assert your guarantee claim, please send your defective device postage-free to the address
shown below. Please enclose either the original or a copy of your sales receipt or another dated proof of
purchase. Please keep your sales receipt in a safe place, as it is your proof of purchase. It would help us if
you could describe the nature of the problem in as much detail as possible. If the defect is covered by our
guarantee then your device will either be repaired immediately and returned to you, or we will send you a
new device.
Of course, we are also happy offer a chargeable repair service for any defects which are not covered by the
scope of this guarantee or for units which are no longer covered. To take advantage of this service, please send
the device to our service address.
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