10" table saw - DART Tool Group

10" table saw - DART Tool Group
10" TABLE SAW
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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FOX Model F36-527
10" Table Saw
FOX MODEL F36-527
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Safety instructions……………………………………………………………………………………………Page 3
Specific safety instructions for saws………………………………………………………………………. Page 5
Specifications…………………………………………………………………………………………………Page 8
Noise information……………………………………………………………………………………………. Page 8
Electrical connections………………………………………………………………………………………. Page 9
Earthing instructions………………………………………………………………………………………… Page 9
Environmental protection…………………………………………………………………………………… Page 10
Symbols………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Page 10
Unpacking and cleaning……………………………………………………………………………………. Page 11
Before using the machine..………………………….………………………………………………………Page 12
Assembling, adjusting and using the machine..…………………………………………………………..Page 13
Parts diagram………………………………………………………………………………………….…….. Page 19
Parts list……………………………………………………………………………………………….……… Page 20
DART Tool Group Guarantee……………………………………………………………………………… Page 23
Declaration of Conformity…………………………………………………………………………………... Page 24
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ATTENTION :
- Read the instructions for use carefully before using the machine
- This device meets current safety standards for electrical machines.
- Incorrect use may result in injury. Anyone not familiar with the instructions for use should not use the
machine. Keep these instructions for use safe.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE MACHINE FROM THE POWER SOCKET BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
MAINTENANCE.
Keep a safe working zone for both staff and equipment. NO CHILDREN must be allowed in the
working zone under any circumstance.
The machine must be always disconnected when not in use. Use the on/off switches on the machine. Always
disconnect the machine by pulling the plug, do not pull the power cord.
Before using the machine, remove all tools used for setup and keep them away from your working zone. Reconnect
the machine. Check that the working zone is clear and that there is plenty room to work with the wood.
Ensure you are in good working position. If the work will produce dust or small pieces, wear safety gear, protective
glasses, gloves, a mask and ear defenders. If you have long hair, tie it up. Do not wear watches or bracelets. Wear
shoes with good grip and remember to never place your fingers too near the blade.
Do not use the machine if you are tired or distracted because you risk injury.
Do not use this machine anywhere containing flammable liquids and/or volatile gases.
1. Keep your working area clean. Untidy working zones and busy workbenches invite injuries.
2. Avoid a dangerous environment. Do not expose machines to rain and not use them in wet places. Ensure your
working zone is well lit. Do not use the machine where there is gas or flammable liquids.
3. Protect yourself from electric shocks. Avoid touching earthed surfaces.
4. Keep children and visitors well away from the working area.
5. Tidy up any tools not in use. When tools are not used, they should be kept in a dry, locked place, out of reach of
children.
6. Do not force the machine. It will work better when used with the pressure it was designed for.
7. Use the correct tools. Do not force a small tool to do the work of a bigger tool. For example, do not use a circular
saw to cut branches or logs.
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8. Wear appropriate clothing. Avoid loose clothing, and remove jewellery which could become caught in moving parts.
Non-slip shoes are particularly recommended when working outside. Keep long hair tied up.
9. Always wear safety glasses. Also wear a mask if operating the machine creates dust.
10. Do not mistreat the power cord. Never use the power cord to pull out the plug. Keep the power cord away from
heat, oil and sharp edges.
11. Do not bend over the machine. Keep your balance at all times.
12. Keep tools in good condition. Clean tools to obtain the best results with them. Follow instructions to grease and
change accessories. Regularly check the power cord and replace it if damaged. Keep handles dry, clean and free
from oil and grease.
13. Disconnect the tool when not in use, before the maintenance and while changing accessories such as blades,
drills, etc.
14. Remove all maintenance tools. Get used to checking that all maintenance tools are removed before using the
machine.
15. Avoid accidentally starting the machine. Make sure that the switch is in the "OFF" position before connecting the
power.
16. When the tool is used outside, use only extension leads designed for outdoor use.
17. Be observant. Use common sense when operating machinery. Do not use the tool when tired.
18. Inspect parts before use. Before continuing to use the tool, inspect any protective parts) which could be damaged
to make sure that they work well. Verify that the moving parts are properly aligned, and are not jammed or broken.
Check the assembly and any other conditions which may affect the correct functioning of the machine. Any
damaged part or guard must be repaired or replaced by an approved after-sales service centre. Do not use the
tool if the switch does not work correctly.
19. Warning: the use of any non-recommended accessory can present a health risk.
20. Have the machine repaired by a qualified person. This machine is built according to relevant safety requirements.
Repairs must only be made by a qualified person using original spare parts, otherwise it may be very dangerous
for the user.
21. Keep these instructions.
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SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAWS
Do not use the bandsaw until it is completely assembled and installed according to the instructions in this manual.
If you are not completely familiar with operating saws, obtain help from a qualified person.
Replace table insert when worn.
Use only saw blades recommended by the manufacturer, which conform to EN 847-1.
When changing the saw blade ensure that the width of the groove cut of the saw blades shall not be less than, and
the thickness of the body of the saw blade shall not me more than the thickness of the riving knife.
Take care that the selection of the saw blade is suitable for the material to be cut.
Wear suitable personal protective equipment when necessary. This could include hearing protection to reduce the
risk of induced hearing loss and respiratory protection to reduce the risk of inhalation of harmful dust.
Wear gloves when handling saw blades and rough material. Saw blades should be carried in a holder whenever
practical.
Do not use High Speed Steel (HSS) blades.
The push stick or push block should always be stored with the machine when not in use.
Only use saw blades for which the maximum possible speed is not less than the maximum spindle speed of the tool
and the material to be cut.
When transporting the machine lift only by handles or solid parts, never use gaurds to move or transport the
machine.
During transportation, the upper part of the saw blade should be covered by the guard.
If you need to use an extension cable, make sure its conductor cross-section is large enough for the saw’s power
consumption. Minimum cross section : 1.0mm2.
After you have switched off the motor, never slow down the blade by applying pressure to its side.
Fit only blades which are well sharpened and have no cracks or deformations.
Faulty saw blades must be replaced immediately.
If you are interrupted while operation the saw, finish what you are doing and switch off the machine before looking
up.
Periodically check that all nuts, bolts and other fixings are properly tightened.
Always ensure that your work is on the table. Never use the tool to cut pieces that are not on the table.
Do not place your hands in awkward positions where one or both may slip suddenly and touch the saw blade.
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When working with a long workpiece, use an additional support such as a saw blade to prevent the blade from
grabbing the work.
When cutting round wood, use clamps that prevent the workpiece from turning on the table.
There must be no nails or other foreign bodies in the part of the workpiece you want to cut.
Never load the machine so much that it slows down and overheats.
Never saw several workpieces simultaneously.
Never remove loose splinters, chips or jammed pieces of wood while the saw blade is running.
To rectify faults or remove jammed pieces of wood, always switch off the machine first and remove the mains plug.
Adjustments, measurements and cleaning jobs are to be performed only when the motor is switched off and the
mains plug removed.
All guards and safety devices have to be refitted immediately after completion of any repairs or maintenance.
The machine may only be used in a closed room when in conjunction with a suitable vacuum extraction system.
The saw must be connected to a 240V socket with a minimum 10A circuit.
Unless otherwise stated in these instructions, damaged safety devices and parts must be repaired or replaced by an
authorised service facility.
This tool complies with relevant safety regulations. Repairs are to be carried out only by qualified electricians at
authorised service centres, using original replacement parts. There is a risk of injury if this not observed.
Rebating or grooving should not be carried out unless suitable guarding, such as a tunnel guard, is fitted above the
table saw.
Saws shall not be used for slotting (stopped groove).
Use the push stick when required. Always use a push stick for ripping narrow stock. Refer to rippling applications in
this instruction manual where use of the push stick is covered in detail.
Always use the saw blade guard and riving knife for every operation, including through sawing. Through sawing
operations are those in which the blade cuts completely through the workpiece when ripping or crosscutting.
Always hold the work firmly against the mitre fence or rip fence.
Never perform any operations "free hand". Always use either the mitre fence or the rip fence to position and guide
the work.
Never stand or have any parts of your body in line with the path of the saw blade.
Keep your hands out of the line of the saw blade.
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Move the rip fence out of the way when crosscutting.
Feed the work into the blade AGAINST the direction of rotation only.
Never use the fence as a cut-off gauge when crosscutting.
Keep these instructions safe.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Motor :
Blade diameter :
Bore diameter :
Speed :
Max. cutting capacity at 90° :
Max. cutting capacity at 45° :
Dimensions (h x l x d) :
Dimensions inc extensions (h x l x d) :
Weight :
1500W – 240V (2hp)
250mm
30mm
4500rpm
80mm
55mm
1100x725x520mm
1100x1170x705mm
33.5kg
NOISE INFORMATION
The noise level of the machine is measured according to the standard DIN IN ISO 3744; 11/95, E DIN IN 31201;
6/93, Annex A ISO 7960; 2/95 because the levels of sound pressure exceed 85 dbA during use. Protective measures
against the noise are necessary.
The quoted emission values are calculated according to standards and not related to use in the workplace. Although
there is a correlation between these various levels of emission, it is impossible to draw any conclusion on additional
necessary precautions. Factors having a potential influence on the level of sound transmission in the workplace
include the working time, the size of the room as well as the other sources of noise (e.g. the number of machines
being used, other noisy operations at the same time). The thresholds of sound level vary between countries. For
these reasons, we recommend users to wear ear defenders when using this machine.
Sound pressure level
Sound power level
LpA = 99.3dB(A)
LWA = 112.3dB(A)
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
EXTENSION CORDS
Before using an extension cord, ensure the insulation is not cut or worn. Immediately repair or replace a damaged
or frayed cord.
Length of the extension cord: up to 15m
Dimension of the wire: 3 x 2.5mm2
ATTENTION :
Extension cords must be removed from the work area or located so that they will not get caught in parts, tools or other
objects while using the tool.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Your table saw contains a precision electric engine. It must be connected on an electrical supply of 240V, 50 Hz. If
your machine does not work when it is connected please check your electrical supply.
EARTHING INSTRUCTIONS
In case of malfunction or short circuit, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the
risk of electric shock. This tool is equipped with a power cord with an earthing conductor and a grounding plug. The
plug must be plugged into a matching outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and regulations.
Do not modify the plug provided. If it does not fit into the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Improper connection of the grounded equipment can result in a risk of electric shock. The green wire with or without
yellow stripes is the earth wire. If repair or replacement of the power cord is necessary, do not connect the grounding
conductor to a live terminal.
If the earthing instructions are not completely understood, check with a qualified electrician or a person responsible
for maintenance, or if there is any doubt that the tool is properly grounded.
If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, after sales service or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard. Do not operate the tool with a damaged power cable.
This tool is intended for use on an electrical circuit with a wall outlet and earthing pin.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
The crossed-out wheeled bin means that within the European Union the product must be taken to separate collection at
the produc tend-of life. This applies to your device but also to any enhancements marked with this symbol. Do not
dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste.
The European directive DEEE concerning the environment, states that iIt is forbidden to dispose of used
electric or electronic devices in household waste.
They must be taken to a compatible recycling facility.
ATTENTION:
The manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
Images are supplied for information purposes only. Actual machine and accessories may differ in appearance.
SYMBOLS
Always wear protective goggles when
using this machine.
Always wear ear defenders when using
the machine.
Heavy lift. Transporting the machine
requires two people.
Read and understand the instruction
manual before using the machine
Always wear a protective mask if the
operation is dusty.
Product meets relevant CE standards.
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UNPACKING AND CLEANING
Unpack your saw carefully, taking care with the loose parts.
Note : if any parts are damaged or missing, do not connect the machine to the power and do not switch it on until the
missing/damaged parts are replaced.
Do not throw away the cardboard box until you are sure the machine is working correctly.
The table saw is supplied partially assembled, with the following parts :
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Table top and body fitted with carbide-tipped saw blade
Rip fence
Rip fence slide and lock
Mitre fence
Blade guard
Riving knife
Push stick
Rear extension
Side extension x 2
Stand legs with fitted rubber feet x 4
Short upper braces x 2
Long upper braces x 2
Middle braces x 4
Rear extension supports x 2
Wheel axle
Wheels x 2
Wheel brackets x 2
Wheel handles each with star washer and dome nut x 2
Blade change spanners x 2
Hex key
Carriage bolts with plain washer, spring washer and nut (stand assembly) x 32
M6 x 12mm screw with 2 plain washers, spring washer and nut x 4
Circlip (wheels to axle) x 2
Side extension lock (side extensions) x 4
M6 x 12mm screw with plain washer and spring washer (rear extension to table top) x 3
M6 x 16mm screw with 2 plain washers, spring washer and nut (wheel bracket to leg) x 4
Black cross head screw with 2 plain washers, spring washer and nut (rear extension supports to rear extenstion)
x2
Black cross head screw with plain washer and spring washer (rear extension supports to table body) x 2
Push stick clamps and 4 x 3.2mm x 10mm screws (packed separately) x 2
Set screw and 3mm hex key (side extensions) x 4
Instructions manual
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BEFORE USING THE MACHINE
The table saw is designed for the cutting of timber and plastic suitable for the size of the machine. The machine is not
to be used for cutting firewood. The machine is only to be used for the purpose for which it was designed. Any use
other than those mentioned will be considered misuse. The operator and not the manufacturer shall be liable for any
damage or injury resulting from such cases of misuse. The machine is to be operated only with suitable saw blades,
which includes TCT blades. It is prohibited to use any High-Speed Steel (HSS) blades in this machine.
WARNING
Before connecting the machine to a power source, ensure that the voltage supply is the same as that specified on the
nameplate of the machine. A power source with a voltage greater than that specified for the machine can result in
serious injury to the user, as well as damage to the tool. If in doubt, do not plug in the machine. If in doubt, do not plug
in the machine. Using a power source with a voltage less than the nameplate rating is harmful to the motor.
The machine has to be adjusted so that the height of the uppermost tip of the blade is just higher than the workpiece.
All the guards and safety devices must be fitted correctly before the machine is switched on.
The blade must be able to run freely.
When working with wood that has been used before, watch out for foreign bodies such as nails, screws, etc. Remove
any such foreign bodies.
Before turning the machine on, ensure the saw blade is correctly fitted and that the machine’s parts run smoothly.
WARNING
If you have any doubts or queries about setting up the saw correctly, seek advice from an authorised service centre.
Initial Preparation
1. Turn the table top and body upside down on a piece of card to protect the table surface.
2. Remove the 4 screws securing the base plate and take off the base plate.
3. Take out the cardboard and polystyrene foam used above and below the motor and blade to protect them during
transport.
4. Replace the base plate and screws.
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ASSEMBLING, ADJUSTING AND USING THE MACHINE
CAUTION
Always remove the plug from the power source before carrying out any maintenance, cleaning or assembly work on
the table saw.
When assembling the stand we advise you only loosely tighten the screws until the stand is fully assembled.
NOTE : the stand legs are not identical. Two of the legs have additional holes towards the bottom. These holes are
used when fitting the wheel brackets. Ensure that you use the two legs with the extra holes on the appropriate side of
the stand.
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Use 4 carriage bolts, plain washers, spring washers and nuts to fit a middle brace between two stand legs.
Connect a second middle brace to the second pair of stand legs.
Use 8 carriage bolts, plain washers, spring washers and nuts to fit the remaining two middle braces.
Use 4 carriage bolts, plain washers, spring washers and nuts to attach each long upper brace to the top of the
stand.
5. Use 4 carriage bolts, plain washers, spring washers and nuts to attach each short upper brace to the top of the
stand.
6. Partially tighten all screws and place the stand on its feet.
Fitting the wheels to the stand
1. Attach the wheel brackets to the stand legs using the M6 x 16mm screws with washers and nuts.
2. Add the wheels to the axle and mount the axle between the wheel brackets.
3. Add a circlip to each end of the axle to secure the wheels.
Fitting the table saw to the stand
1. Make sure the blade is completely retracted into the table top.
2. Place the table saw upside down on a protected surface (eg the inside of the shipping carton) so as not to
damage the table top.
3. Turn the stand upside down and place if over the aligning holes in the stand with the matching holes in the
base of the table saw.
4. Secure the table saw to the stand using four hex bolts, plain washers, spring washers and nuts.
5. Fully tighten all screws.
6. Now turn your table saw upright into the normal operating position.
Fitting the rear table extension
1. Use the 3 x M6 x 12mm screws each with a plain washer and a spring washer to attach the rear extension to
the table top.
2. Use 2 x black cross head screws with matching washers to attach the rear extension supports to the rear
extension. Use 2 x black cross head screws with matching washers and nuts to attach the rear extension
supports to the table top.
3. Tighten the screws to secure the extension table.
Fitting the side extensions
1. Slide the bars of a side extension into the table top.
NOTE : the side extension with the handle grips on the underside of the extension fits on the opposite side
of the table saw to the wheels.
2. Secure the side extensions in place with the set screws, tightening with the hex key provided.
3. Add the 4 side extension locks.
Fitting the adjustment wheels
Secure the blade height wheel and blade angle wheel in place with a star washer and dome nut.
Fitting the riving knife assembly
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Remove the 4 screws securing the table insert and take off the table insert.
Loosen the blade lock and turn the blade height wheel to raise the blade to its highest position.
Tighten the blade lock.
Using the hex key provided, loosen the two hex bolts on the riving knife clamp and insert the riving knife between
the two metal plates that form this clamp.
5. Adjust the position of the riving knife so that the gap between the knife and the teeth of the blade is even along
the curve of the blade and is not less than 5mm wide.
6. Tighten the 2 hex screws to secure the riving knife in place.
7. Replace the table insert.
Fitting and removing the saw blade guard
1. To remove the guard, take off the nut and screw, then lift off the guard.
2. To replace the guard, fit it over the riving knife so that the hole in the guard and the hole in the riving knife are
aligned.
3. Insert the screw and fit the nut.
4. Tighten the nut sufficiently so that the guard rests on the table top but will lift when the workpiece is pushed into
the blade.
NOTE : the blade guard should return to its rest position after the workpiece has been sawn.
5. A suitable vacuum extraction system or household vacuum cleaner can be connected to the dust extraction
nozzle.
CAUTION : The saw blade guard must be in position at all times to prevent contact with the blade. It should
lift up and onto the workpiece when the workpiece is passed through the saw.
Fitting the push stick clamps
1. Use the 4 3.2mm x 10mm long screws provided to attach the push stick clamps to the left hand side of the table
saw.
2. Insert the push stick into the clamps.
NOTE : Always return the push stick to its storage place after use.
Adjusting the laser line
1. To adjust the laser beam, first take a piece of accurately square cut wood approximately 100mm wide and
300mm long. Draw a line parallel to a long edge approximately 10mm from the edge.
2. Set the mitre fence at 0° (at right angles to the blade) and hold the short edge of the wood against the mitre
fence.
3. Keeping the wood parallel to the blade with the use of the mitre fence, move the wood so that the teeth of the
blade touch the marked line.
4. Check the adjustment and re-adjust if necessary.
Switching on and off
1. To turn the table saw on, press the green On button.
2. To turn the saw off, press the red Off button.
Overload switch
1. If the motor is overloaded due to an incorrect procedure such as an attempt to make too large a cut in one pass,
the overload switch located to the right of the On/Off buttons partially pops out.
2. Correct the cause of the overload and ensure the blade is clear of any material that was being cut.
3. Wait several minutes then push in the central part of the overload switch to reset the machine.
4. To restart the machine, press the green On button.
Adjusting the cutting depth
WARNING : The blade lock must be loosened before the blade height is adjusted, and re-tightened once the
desired setting is reached.
1. Set the saw blade to the required cutting depth by turning the blade height wheel.
2. Turning the wheel anticlockwise increases the cutting depth.
3. Turning the wheel clockwise decreases the cutting depth.
Using the rip fence
Cutting Width
1. Use the rip fence when making longitudinal cuts.
2. The rip fence can be fitted to either side of the table top. When changing the use of the fence from one side of
the blade to the other, it is necessary to remove the fence from its slide and reposition it on the other side of the
slide. The fence can also be turned through 90° so that the short side of the fence is vertical. This makes it
easier to control the feed of a thin workpiece such as plywood.
3. Lift the fence locking lever and slide the fence to the required position.
4. Re-tighten the fence locking lever.
Using the mitre fence
Slide the mitre fence into the table top slot.
Slacken the knob on the mitre fence.
Turn the mitre fence to select the required angle.
Re-tighten the knob.
Loosen the two knobs that secure the fence and adjust the lentgth of the
Adjusting the blade angle
Loosen the blade lock and turn the blade angle wheel until the pointer points to the required angle on the scale.
The blade angle pointer can be adjusted when checking the accuracy of the blade angle. With the power
disconnected, place a set square against the saw blade. Adjust the blade angle wheel until the blade is parallel to the
set square then move the pointer to 0° on the blade angle scale.
Making longitudinal cuts
IMPORTANT : after each new adjustment it is advisable to carry out a trial cut in order to check the set
dimensions.
After switching on the saw, wait for the blade to reach its maximum speed of rotation before commencing with the
cut.
Take extra care when starting the cut.
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Longitudinal cuts involve cutting through a workpiece along its full length.
One edge of the workpiece is pressed against the rip fence while its flat side rests on the table top.
The saw blade guard must always be operational and cover the workpiece.
When making longitudinal cuts, yio must always stand to one side of the cutting line.
Set the fence to suit the required width using the laser line as a guide.
Switch on the saw.
With your fingers together, place your hands flat on the workpiece and push the workpiece along the fence into
the saw blade.
Only guide the workpiece by its side with your left hand as far as the front edge of the guard hood.
Always push the workpiece through to the end of the riving knife.
Leave the off-cuts on the saw table until the saw blade has completely stopped.
Avoid letting a long workpiece sag while cutting by using a roller table or similar device.
Use the push stick to guide the workpiece if your hand gets to within 125mm (5") of the saw blade.
After using the push stick, place it back in its holder.
Cutting a narrow workpiece
Longitudinal cuts in a workpiece small than 125mm (5") in width must always be made using a push stick.
Warning : worn or damaged push sticks must be replaced immediately.
Cutting an extremely narrow workpiece
Longitudinal cuts in an extremely narrow workpiece with a width of 30mm or less must always be made with the help
of a push block.
A push block is not supplied. You can purchase one from your nearest specialist dealer or make one yourself.
Warning : worn push blocks must be replaced immediately.
Making bevel cuts
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Always use the fence when cutting bevels.
Set the saw blade to the required angle.
Set the fence to suit the width and height of the workpiece using the laser line as a guide.
Carry out the cut in accordance with the workpiece width.
Making cross cuts
WARNING : when cross cutting, do not use the rip fence as a length stop as the cut off piece could bind
between the fence and the blade and cause kickback.
1. Push the mitre fence into one of the two slots of the saw table and set it to the required angle. If you also want to
se the saw blade at an angle, use the slot, which prevents your hand and the mitre fence coming into contact
with the saw blade.
2. Set the fence rail to the most suitable length.
3. Press the workpiece firmly against the mitre fence.
4. Switch on the saw.
5. Push the mitre fence and the workpiece towards the saw blade in order to make the cut.
IMPORTANT : never hold the part of the workpiece which is being cut. Always push the mitre fence far
enough forward for the workpiece to be cut through completely.
6. Switch off the saw.
7. Wait for the saw blade to stop before removing the off-cuts.
Replacing the saw blade
WARNING : switch off the machine and remove the mains power plug before carrying out any adjustments,
maintenance work or blade changes. Wear work gloves when handling or fitting the blade.
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Loosen the blade lock and turn the blade height wheen until the saw blade is at its maximum height.
Take off the saw blade guard.
Take out the table insert.
Remove the riving knife.
Use one of the blade change spanners to hold the spindle tightly.
Use the second blade change spanner to undo the blade bolt by turning it in an anticlockwise direction (righthand thread).
7. Remove the saw blade from the inner flange and lift it out.
8. Arefully clean the saw blade flange before you fit the new blade.
9. Insert and secure the saw blade in reverse order.
CAUTION : take note of the direction of blade rotation. The cutting edge of the teeth has to point in the
running direction, ie forward (see arrow on the saw blade).
10. Re-fit and re-set the riving knife and the saw blade guard.
11. Before using the saw again, check that all safety devices are in good working order.
IMPORTANT : after replacing the saw blade, make sure the saw blade runs freely by turning the blade by
hand.
12. Plug the machine into a mains socket and run the saw at no load before using it to cut any materials.
Changing the batteries in the laser generator
WARNING : switch off the machine and remove the mains power plug before carrying out any adjustments,
maintenance work or blade changes.
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Set the height of the blade to its maximum.
Remove the blade guard.
Remove the laser assembly cover screw and take out the two button type batteries.
Replace both batteries with the same type (or equivalent), taking care to insert them the same way round as the
old batteries.
5. Replace the battery cover and re-attach the laser assembly to the riving knife.
6. Check and, if necessary, adjust the laser line.
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DART TOOL GROUP GUARANTEE
DART TOOL GROUP takes pride in the quality of the power tools it supplies. The component
parts of our tools are inspected at various stages of production and each finished tool is subjected
to a final check before being packaged for shipment. Because of our confidence in our
engineering quality, DART TOOL GROUP agrees to repair or replace any part or parts of FOX
Power Tools and accessories which, upon examination, prove to be defective in workmanship or
material. The warranty period for the FOX branded products is one year for parts and labour and
three years for parts only. The guarantee does not include repair, labour or parts requiring
replacement because of misuse, abuse, or normal wear and tear. Repairs made by other than
the factory, DART TOOL GROUP service centre or authorised FOX service dealers relieves
DART TOOL GROUP of further liability under this guarantee. THIS GUARANTEE IS MADE
EXPRESSLY IN PLACE OF ALL OTHER GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY OF THE MANUFACTURER
SERRACON
WHEATFIELD ROAD
DUNNIKIER BUSINESS PARK
KIRKCALDY, UK, KY1 3PD
Tel. +44 (0) 1592 652946 Fax: +44 (0) 1592 654854
Declares that the: 10” TABLE SAW (F36-527)
is in compliance with the regulations included in the Directives: CEE 2006/42-2004/108-2006/95
Person authorized to create the technical file: Robert Paterson
06.05.2011
The Director
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