MITRE/TABLE SAW
MITRE/TABLE SAW
92502
Instruction Manual
Warning: Please make certain that the person intended to use this
equipment carefully reads and understands these instructions before
starting opertions.
FIG A
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23
19
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
5
4
6
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Fig. 35
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59
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Fig. 36
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Fig. 39
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B
Fig. 40
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9
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37
41-A
41-B
41-C
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41-F
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41-E
41-D
Fig. 41
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16
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Fig. 43
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61
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Fig. 45
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10
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Fig. 47
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9
37
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48-A
48-B
48-C
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37
48-E
Fig. 48
48-D
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64
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63
Fig. 50
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Fig. 49
66
Fig. 51
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67
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71
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Fig. 55
Fig. 56
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85
Fig. 64
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APPLICATION .................................................................................. 4
2
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................. 4
3
PACKAGE CONTENT LIST ............................................................. 5
4
SYMBOLS ........................................................................................ 5
5
GENERAL POWER TOOL SAFETY WARNINGS .......................... 6
5.1
Work area ................................................................................................................ 6
5.2
Electrical safety ....................................................................................................... 6
5.3
Personal safety ....................................................................................................... 6
5.4
Power tool use and care ......................................................................................... 7
5.5
Service ..................................................................................................................... 7
5.6
Additional general safety instructions for power tools ........................................ 7
6
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR TABLE SAWS ....... 8
6.1
For both Mitre saw mode and table saw (bench saw) mode: ............................... 8
6.2
When using in Mitre saw mode: ............................................................................. 9
6.3
When using in the table saw (bench saw) mode:.................................................. 9
7
INSTALLATION .............................................................................. 10
7.1
Bench mounting (Fig. 1 & 3) ................................................................................. 10
7.1.1
For the fully-extended feet set up as the high table. ................................................ 10
7.1.2
For the folded feet set up as the low table ............................................................... 10
8
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ....................................................... 10
8.1
Blade guard (Fig. 4, 5 & 6) .................................................................................... 10
8.2
Maintaining maximum cutting capacity (Fig. 7) .................................................. 11
8.3
Adjusting the Mitre angle (Fig. 9 & 10)................................................................. 11
8.4
Adjusting the bevel angle (Fig. 11 & 12) .............................................................. 12
8.4.1
In the Mitre saw mode ............................................................................................. 12
8.4.2
In the table saw mode (Fig. 13) ............................................................................... 12
8.5
Switch action (Fig. 14) .......................................................................................... 12
8.5.1
Switch from table saw mode to mitre saw mode (Fig. 45) (machine is wrapped in
packaging as table saw) .......................................................................................... 12
8.6
Switch for table saw mode (B) ............................................................................. 12
8.7
Adjusting the depth of cut (Fig. 15 - 20) .............................................................. 12
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ASSEMBLY .................................................................................... 13
9.1
Table height two way set up ................................................................................. 13
9.1.1
High table set up (Fig. 17) ....................................................................................... 13
9.1.2
Low table set up ...................................................................................................... 13
9.2
Installing or removing saw blade ......................................................................... 13
9.3
Adjusting riving knife (fig 23,24 & 25) .................................................................. 14
9.4
Installing and adjusting rip fence (43)(Fig. 26) .................................................... 14
9.5
Installing and adjusting Mitre gauge (Fig. 33) ..................................................... 15
9.6
Dust bag (Fig 34, 35 & 36) ..................................................................................... 15
9.7
Securing workpiece .............................................................................................. 15
9.8
Setting up the tool in table saw mode ................................................................. 16
9.8.1
Securing the turn table (Fig. 38) .............................................................................. 16
9.8.2
Securing the tool head (Fig. 39) .............................................................................. 16
9.8.3
Releasing the lower limit stopper (Fig. 40)............................................................... 16
9.8.4
Repositioning the riving knife (Fig. 41) .................................................................... 16
9.8.5
Removing the lower blade guard (Fig. 42) ............................................................... 16
9.8.6
Locking the tool head at fully lowered position (Fig. 43)........................................... 16
9.8.7
Turning over the tool (Fig. 45) ................................................................................. 17
9.8.8
Installing the top blade guard (Fig. 46) .................................................................... 17
9.9
Setting up the tool in Mitre saw mode (Fig. 47) ................................................... 17
9.9.1
Removing the top blade guard ................................................................................ 17
9.9.2
Turning over the tool ............................................................................................... 17
9.9.3
Releasing the tool head from fully lowered position ................................................. 17
9.9.4
Repositioning riving knife (Fig. 48) .......................................................................... 17
9.9.5
Locking the tool head in the lowest position ............................................................ 17
9.9.6
Tilting the saw table ................................................................................................ 17
9.9.7
Installing the lower blade guard C ........................................................................... 17
9.9.8
Tilting the saw table ................................................................................................ 18
9.9.9
Unlocking the tool head in the lowest position ......................................................... 18
9.9.10
Installing or removing the sub fences R and L (Fig. 49) ...................................... 18
9.9.11
Cable holders (electric cable) ............................................................................. 18
10
OPERATION ................................................................................... 18
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10.1
Cutting as mitre saw ............................................................................................. 18
10.1.1
Press cutting ...................................................................................................... 18
10.1.2
Mitre cutting ....................................................................................................... 18
10.1.3
Bevel cut ............................................................................................................ 19
10.1.4
Compound cutting .............................................................................................. 19
10.1.5
Cutting aluminum extrusion (Fig. 53) .................................................................. 19
10.2
Cutting as table saw (bench mode) ..................................................................... 19
10.2.1
Work helpers ...................................................................................................... 20
10.2.2
Push block (Fig. 54) ........................................................................................... 20
10.2.3
Auxiliary fence (Fig. 55) ...................................................................................... 20
10.2.4
Ripping............................................................................................................... 20
10.2.5
Cross cutting (Fig. 58) ........................................................................................ 20
10.2.6
Mitre gauge ........................................................................................................ 20
10.2.7
Use of Mitre gauge (Fig. 59) ............................................................................... 20
10.2.8
Auxiliary wood facing (Mitre gauge) (Fig. 60) ...................................................... 21
10.2.9
Carrying tool (Fig. 61)......................................................................................... 21
11
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................. 21
11.1
Replacing carbon brushes (Fig. 64 & 65) ............................................................ 21
11.2
After use ................................................................................................................ 21
11.3
Service ................................................................................................................... 21
12
TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................ 21
13
NOISE ............................................................................................. 22
14
STORAGE ...................................................................................... 22
15
ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................. 23
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1 APPLICATION
The tool is intended for accurate straight and Mitre cutting in wood. The tool can be used both
in Mitre saw mode and in table saw mode by turning over the table around its axis.
Het apparaat is niet voor industrieel gebruik bestemd.
WARNING! Read this manual and general safety instructions carefully
before using the appliance, for your own safety. Your power tool should
only be passed on together with these instructions.
2 DESCRIPTION
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2.
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26.
Adjusting bolt
Foot
Hex. bolt
U-shaped grooves
Lower blade guard
A
Lower blade guard
B
Lower blade guard
C (used in the Mitre
saw mode only)
Push button
Riving knife
Top blade guard
(used in the table
saw mode)
Top surface of turn
table
Periphery of blade
Guide fence
Lower limit stopper
Nut
Clamping screw
Handle
Turn table
Lever
Cutting depth
adjusting knob
Switch in the Mitre
saw mode
Switch in the table
saw mode
Lock-off button
Switch lever
On button
Off button
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56.
57.
58.
59.
Stopper pin
Shaft lock
Lifting lever
Saw blade
Blade case
Arrow
Outer flange
Inner flange
Spindle
Ring
Clamping nut
Blade width
Rip fence holder
Guide rail
Clamping screw (A)
Clamping screw (B)
Rip fence
Line to be aligned
with: Line (A)
Top table
Workpiece
Clamping nut
Winkel
Adjusting screw
Top blade guard
Mitre gauge fence
Mitre gauge
Groove
Dust nozzle
Dust bag
Fastener
Vise arm
Vise rod
Vise knob
4
60. Saw head locked in
the fully lowered
position
61. Area of lever for
hand/finger to be
placed on
62. Locking
mechanism for saw
table
63. Sub fence L
64. Sub fence R
65. Pin
66. Vise (accessory)
67. Spacer block
68. Aluminum extrusion
69. Face/edge parallel
70. Wood screw
71. Guide together
72. Push stick
73. Cross cutting
74. Mitreing
75. Bevel cutting
76. Compound Mitreing
(angles)
77. Knob
78. Tool part to be held
carrying
79. Triangular rule
80. 0° adjusting bolt
81. 45° adjusting bolt
82. Lever
83. Bevel scale
84. Pointer
85. Limit mark
86. Brush holder cap
87. Screwdriver
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3 PACKAGE CONTENT LIST
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Remove all packing materials
Remove remaining packaging and transit supports (if existing)
Check the completeness of the packing content
Check the appliance, the power cord, the power plug and all accessories for transportation
damages.
Keep the packaging materials as far as possible till the end of the warranty period.
Dispose it into your local waste disposal system afterwards.
WARNING Packing materials are no toys! Children must not play with
plastic bags! Danger of suffocation!
1 x Flip over saw 1800W
1 x Manual
Accessories:
Steel & carbide-tipped saw blades
Vertical vise
Hex key 6mm
Push stick
Ruler assembly (rip fence)
Miter gauge
Fix plate
Hex bolt
Elbow
Top cover assembly (top blade guard)
When parts are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer.
4 SYMBOLS
In this manual and/or on the machine the following symbols are used:
For your safety, remove
chips, small pieces, etc.
Read manual before usage
from the table top before
operation.
Unplug the tool before
Warning / Danger
turning it over around the
axis
Double insulated
Position hands properly
when carrying
To avoid injury from flying
debris, keep holding the saw
head down, after making
cuts, until the blade has come
to a complete stop
Do not lift up the top end of
the rip fence when installing
or removing it.
Do not place hand or fingers
close to the blade.
Wear gloves
In accordance with essential
requirements of the European
directive(s)
Wear eye protection
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5 GENERAL POWER TOOL SAFETY WARNINGS
Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow all warnings and instructions
may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. Save all warnings and instructions for
future reference. The term "power tool" in the warnings refers to your mains operated (corded)
power tool or battery operated (cordless) power tool.
5.1
Work area
 Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered and dark areas invite accidents.
 Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or
fumes.
 Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions can cause
you to lose control.
5.2
Electrical safety
 Always check that the power supply corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate.
 Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs and matching
outlets will reduce risk of electric shock.
 Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges
and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is earthed or
grounded.
 Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will
increase the risk of electric shock.
 Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging the power
tool. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or entangled
cords increase the risk of electric shock.
 When operating a power tool outdoors, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use.
Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock.
 If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a residual current device
(RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock.
5.3
Personal safety
 Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power
tool. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or
medication. A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result in serious
personal injury.
 Use safety equipment. Always wear eye protection. Safety equipment such as dust mask,
non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection used whenever conditions require
will reduce personal injuries.
 Avoid accidental starting. Ensure the switch is in the off position before plugging in.
Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or plugging in power tools that have
the switch on invites accidents.
 Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key
left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in personal injury.
 Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables better
control of the power tool in unexpected situations.
 Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and
gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair can be caught in
moving parts.
 If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction and collection facilities, ensure
these are connected and properly used. Use of these devices can reduce dust related
hazards.
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5.4
Power tool use and care
 Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct
power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
 Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power tool that
cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
 Disconnect the plug from the power source before making any adjustments, changing
accessories, or storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of
starting the power tool accidentally.
 Store idle power tools out of the reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with
the power tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. Power tools are dangerous
in the hands of untrained users.
 Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or sticking of moving parts, breakage of
parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool’s operation. If damaged, have
the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained
power tools.
 Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting
edges are less likely to stick and are easier to control.
 Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc., in accordance with these instructions
and in the manner intended for the particular type of power tool, taking into account the
working conditions and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool for operations
different from intended could lead to a hazardous situation.
5.5
Service
 Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical
replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained.
5.6
Additional general safety instructions for power tools
 Do not let other persons, especially children, touch the power tool or cable.
 Unused power tools should be stored in a dry, elevated or locked place, out of the reach of
children.
 Do not use the power tool for purposes for which it is not intended. For example, do not
use a hand-held circular saw to cut tree branches or logs.
 When working outdoors, it is recommended to wear non-slip shoes.
 If you have long hair, wear a hair net.
 Follow the instructions on lubrication and tool replacement.
 Check the power tool‘s connection cable regularly and, in case of damage, have it
replaced by a recognised expert.
 Check the extension cables regularly and replace them when they are damaged.
 Keep the handles dry, clean and free of oil and grease.
 Remove the plug from the socket when the power tool is not in use, before maintenance
and when changing tools such as saw blades, drill bits, cutters.
 Check the power tool for possible damage.
 Before further use of the power tool, check carefully that guards or slightly damaged parts
are functioning correctly and properly.
 Check that the movable parts are functioning properly and that they do not jam and are
not damaged. All parts must be mounted correctly and comply with all conditions in order
to ensure correct operation of the power tool.
 Damaged guards and parts must be repaired or replaced in accordance with their
intended use by a recognised workshop, unless otherwise specified in the operating
instructions.
 Damaged switches must be replaced at a customer service shop.
WARNING! The use of other insertion tools and other accessories may
involve a risk of personal injury.
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This power tool complies with the relevant safety regulations. Repairs may only be carried
out by a qualified electrician using original spare parts; otherwise there is a risk of
accidents for the user.
6 ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR TABLE SAWS
6.1
For both Mitre saw mode and table saw (bench saw) mode:
 Wear eye and hearing protection. Other suitable personal protective equipment should be
worn.
 NEVER wear gloves during operation except for replacing saw blades or handling rough
material before operation.
 Keep the floor area around the tool level, well maintained and free of loose materials e.g.
chips and cut-offs.
 Do not operate saw without guards and riving knife in place. Check blade guards for
proper closing before each use. Do not operate saw if blade guards do not move freely
and close instantly. Never clamp or tie the blade guards into the open position. Any
irregular operation of the blade guards should be corrected immediately.
 Clean and be careful not to damage the spindle, flanges (especially the installing surface)
and hex bolt before or when installing the blade. Damage to these parts could result in
blade breakage. Poor installation may cause vibration/ wobbling or slippage of the blade.
Use only flanges specified for this tool.
 Check the blade carefully for cracks or damage before operation. Do not use saw blade
which are damaged or deformed.
 Use only saw blades recommended by the manufacturer and which conform to EN847-1,
and observe that the riving knife must not be thicker than the width of the cut by the saw
blade and not thinner than the body of the blade.
 Always use accessories recommended in this manual. Use of improper accessories such
as abrasive cut-off wheels may cause an injury.
 Select the correct saw blade for the material to be cut.
 Do not use saw blades manufactured from high speed steel.
 To reduce the emitted noise, always be sure that the blade is sharp and clean.
 Use correctly sharpened saw blades. Observe the maximum speed marked on the saw
blade.
 Do not cut metals such as nails and screws. Inspect for and remove all nails, screws and
other foreign matter from the workpiece before operation.
 Knock out any loose knots from workpiece BEFORE beginning to cut.
 Don’t use the tool in the presence of flammable liquids or gases.
 For your safety, remove the chips, small pieces, etc. from the work area and table top
before plugging the tool and starting operation.
 The operator is adequately trained in the use, adjustment and operation of the tool.
 Keep hands and make your bystander and yourself position out of path of and not in line
with saw blade. Avoid contact with any coasting blade. It can still cause severe injury and
never reach around saw blade.
 Be alert at all times, especially during repetitive, monotonous operations. Don't be lulled
into false sense of security. Blades are extremely unforgiving.
 Make sure the shaft lock is released before the switch is turned on.
 Before using the tool on an actual workpiece, let it run for while. Watch for vibration or
wobbling that could indicate poor installation or poorly balanced blade.
 Wait until the blade attains full speed before cutting.
 The tool should not be used for slotting, rabbetting or grooving.
 Retain from removing any cut-offs or other parts of the workpiece from the cutting area
whilst the tool is running and the saw head is not in the rest position.
 Stop operation immediately if you notice anything abnormal.
 Turn off tool and wait for saw blade to stop before moving workpiece or changing settings.
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Unplug tool before changing blade, servicing or not in use.
Some dust created from operation contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
 lead from lead-based-painted material and,
 arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To
reduce your exposure to these chemicals: work in well ventilated area and work with approved
safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out
microscopic particles.
 Connect the tool to a dust-collecting device when sawing.
 Make sure that the table is correctly fixed with the lever after turning it over.
 Warning! Use the saw only when the guards are in the designated position, particularly
after changing the sawing mode. Keep the guards in good working order.
 Replace a worn table insert.
 Saw blades designed for working wood must comply with EN 847-1.
 Wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as:
 ear protection to reduce the risk of becoming hard of hearing
 safety goggles
 respiratory protection to reduce the risk of inhaling harmful dust
 gloves, when handling saw blades and rough materials (it is recommended to carry saw
blades in a container, whenever practicable)
 Put the push stick in its holder when not in use.
 Warning! Never use guards for lifting and transportation.
 Turn off the saw before leaving the work area.
 Make sure that the speed indicated on the saw blade is not less than the speed indicated
on the saw.
 Make sure that you only use spacers and spindle rings that are suitable for the purpose
specified by the manufacturer.
 Make sure that the upper part of the saw blade is completely enclosed when in mitre saw
mode.
 When in table saw mode, use the riving knife and set it up correctly.
 Warning! The machine must not be used for slotting (insert grooves).
 During transportation, the upper part of the saw blade must be covered, for example, by
the top blade guard, or the saw blade must be placed in its lowest position.
 Make sure that the machine is secured before each sawing operation.
 If necessary, secure the machine to a work bench or the like.
 If necessary, support long workpieces with appropriate additional supporting devices.
6.2
When using in Mitre saw mode:
 Do not use the saw to cut other than wood, aluminum or similar materials.
 Do not perform operation freehand when cutting workpiece in an area close to saw blade.
The workpiece must be secured firmly against the turn table and guide fence during all
operations.
 Make sure that the turn table is properly secured so it will not move during operation.
 Make sure that the arm is securely fixed when beveling. Tighten the lever clockwise to fix
the arm.
 Make sure the blade does not contact the turn table in the lowest position and is not
contacting the workpiece before the switch is turned on.
 Hold the handle firmly. Be aware that the saw moves up or down slightly during start-up
and stopping.
6.3
When using in the table saw (bench saw) mode:
 Do not perform any operation freehand. Freehand means using your hands to support or
guide the workpiece, in lieu of rip fence.
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Make sure that the turn table is fixed securely.
Make sure that the arm is securely fixed in the working position. Tighten the lever
clockwise to fix the arm.
Use push stick or push block to avoid working with the hands and fingers close to the saw
blade.
Make sure the blade is not contacting the riving knife or workpiece before the switch is
turned on.
Always store the push-stick when it is not in use.
Pay particular attention to instructions for reducing risk of KICKBACK. KICKBACK is
sudden reaction to pinched, bound or misaligned saw blade. KICKBACK causes the
ejection of the workpiece from the tool back towards the operator. KICKBACKS CAN
LEAD TO SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY. Avoid KICKBACKS by keeping the blade
sharp, by keeping the rip fence parallel to the blade, by keeping the riving knife and blade
guard in place and operating properly, by not releasing the workpiece until you have
pushed it all the way past the blade, and by not ripping workpiece that is twisted or warped
or does not have straight edge to guide along the fence.
Avoid abrupt, fast feeding. Feed as slowly as possible when cutting hard workpieces. Do
not bend or twist workpiece while feeding. If you stall or jam the blade in the workpiece,
turn the tool off immediately. Unplug the tool. Then clear the jam.
Before turning over the tool, always make sure that the stopper pin has securely locked
the tool head in the lowest position.
7 INSTALLATION
CAUTION: Keep the floor area around the tool level, well maintained and
free of loose materials e.g. chips and cut-offs.
7.1
7.1.1
Bench mounting (Fig. 1 & 3)
For the fully-extended feet set up as the high table.
When the tool cannot be set up stable, turn the adjusting nut at the foot of the tool for proper
stability. Turn counterclockwise in top viewing to make the foot shorter and clockwise in top
viewing to make it longer. After adjustment, make sure that the tool keep stable.
7.1.2
For the folded feet set up as the low table
When the tool is ready in the foot-folded position, secure the tool by using U-shaped grooves
shown in the figure. (fig 3 (4))
8 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
CAUTION: Always be sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged
before adjusting or checking function on the tool.
8.1
Blade guard (Fig. 4, 5 & 6)
Caution:
 Make sure that the handle cannot be lowered without pushing the lever nearby the handle
to the left. (fig 2 – (19)
 Make sure that the lower blade guards A dose not open unless the lever near the handle
is pushed at the topmost position of the handle.
 Make sure that the lower blade guard C is installed before using in Mitre saw mode.
When lowering the handle while pushing the lever to the left, the lower blade guard A rises
automatically. The lower blade guard B rises as it contacts a workpiece. The lower blade
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guards are spring loaded so it returns to its original position when the cut is completed and the
handle is raised. The top blade guard falls flat on the table surface after workpiece has passed
under it. NEVER DEFEAT OR REMOVE THE LOWER BLADE GUARDS, THE SPRING
WHICH ATTACHES TO THE LOWER BLADE GUARD, OR THE TOP BLADE GUARD except
for the note below.
In the interest of your personal safety, always maintain each blade guard in good condition.
Any irregular operation of the guards should be corrected immediately. Check to assure spring
loaded return action of the lower blade guards. NEVER USE THE TOOL IF THE LOWER
BLADE GUARD, SPRING OR THE TOP BLADE GUARD ARE DAMAGED, FAULTY OR
REMOVED except for the note below. DOING SO IS HIGHLY DANGEROUS AND CAN
CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
NOTE:
There are the following exceptions for removal of guards. Only when using in the table saw
mode, the lower blade guard (7) is removed. Only when using in the Mitre saw mode, the top
blade guard (10) is removed.
 If any of these see-through blade guards becomes dirty, or sawdust adheres to it in such a
way that the blade is no longer easily visible, unplug the saw and clean the guards
carefully with a damp cloth. Do not use solvents or any petroleum-based cleaners on the
plastic guard.
 If the lower blade guard is especially dirty and vision through the guard is impaired,
proceed as follows. Raise the handle fully. Remove the saw blade (Refer to the section
“Installing or removing saw blade”). Raise the lower blade guard while pushing the lever to
the left. With the lower blade guard so positioned, cleaning can be more completely and
efficiently accomplished. When cleaning is complete, reverse procedure above and secure
bolt. In the same case for the top blade guard as above stated, push in the button at its
front to the surface top and remove the top blade guard. After cleaning, always reinstall it
securely.
 If any of these blade guards becomes discolored through age or UV light exposure,
contact our service center for a new guard.
DO NOT DEFEAT OR REMOVE GUARDS.
8.2
Maintaining maximum cutting capacity (Fig. 7)
This tool is factory adjusted to provide the maximum cutting capacity for a 255 mm saw blade.
When installing a new blade, always check the lower limit position of the blade and if
necessary, adjust it as follows:
CAUTION:
When making this adjustment, unplug the tool.
Lower the handle completely. Use the wrench to turn the adjusting bolt until the periphery of
the blade extends slightly below the top surface of the turn table at the point where the front
face of the guide fence meets the top surface of the turn table. With the tool unplugged, rotate
the blade by hand while holding the handle all the way down to be sure that the blade does not
contact any part of the lower base. Readjust slightly, if necessary.
CAUTION:
After installing a new blade, always be sure that the blade does not contact any part of the
lower base when the handle is lowered completely. Always do this with the tool unplugged.
This tool can be used with or without the lower limit by shifting the lower limit stopper as
shown in the figure. (Fig. 8 - 14)
To use the tool without the lower limit, turn the stopper end counterclockwise. Use in this
position is proper to cut a wide and thin workpiece.
To use the tool with the lower limit, move the stopper end clockwise. Use in this position is
proper to cut a thick workpiece.
8.3
Adjusting the Mitre angle (Fig. 9 & 10)
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Loosen the clamping screw (16) on the guide fence (13) by turning counterclockwise. Turn the
turn table by handle. When you have moved the handle to the position where the pointer
points to the desired angle on the Mitre scale, securely tighten the clamping screw clockwise.
CAUTION:
 When turning the turn table, be sure to raise the handle fully.
 After changing the Mitre angle, always secure the turn table by tightening the clamping
screw firmly.
8.4
8.4.1
Adjusting the bevel angle (Fig. 11 & 12)
In the Mitre saw mode
To adjust the bevel angle, loosen the lever (19) at the rear of the tool counterclockwise. Push
the handle to the left to tilt the saw blade until the pointer points to the desired angle on the
bevel scale. Then tighten the lever clockwise firmly to secure the arm.
CAUTION:
 When tilting the saw blade, be sure to raise the handle fully.
 After changing the bevel angle, always secure the arm by tightening the lever clockwise.
8.4.2
In the table saw mode (Fig. 13)
To adjust the bevel angle, loosen the lever (19) under the table at the front of the tool
counterclockwise. Move the depth adjusting knob (20) to the left to tilt the saw blade until the
pointer points to the desired angle on the bevel scale. Then tighten the lever clockwise firmly
to secure the arm.
8.5
8.5.1
Switch action (Fig. 14)
Switch from table saw mode to mitre saw mode (Fig. 45) (machine is wrapped in
packaging as table saw)
Push the locking mechanism (62) (Fig. 45) backwards and at the same time lift the rear side of
the saw table upwards, to tilt the complete saw table (180°) in order to use the tool in mitre
saw mode, and then secure the locking mechanism (62). To use the saw again as a table saw,
push the locking mechanism (62) backwards and at the same time lift the front side of the saw
table upwards, to tilt the complete saw table (180°) in order to use the tool in table saw mode,
and then secure the locking mechanism (62).
8.6
Switch for table saw mode (B)
CAUTION
Before operation, make sure that the tool can be easily turned on and off.
To switch the tool on, press the ON button (I). To switch off, press the OFF button (O).
Inrush currents may cause short-time voltage drops; under unfavourable power supply
conditions, other equipment may be affected (if the system impedance of the power supply is
lower than 0.127 +j0.079 Ohm, disturbances are unlikely); if you need further clarifications,
please contact your local electricity supplier.
8.7
Adjusting the depth of cut (Fig. 15 - 20)
( In the table saw mode)
The depth of cut can be adjusted by turning the cutting depth adjusting knob (20). Turn the
cutting depth adjusting knob clockwise to raise the blade or counterclockwise to lower it.
WARNING: Use a shallow depth setting when cutting thin materials in order
to obtain a cleaner cut.
CAUTION:
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
The stopper pin cannot be turned with the tool head at fully lowered position. At this time,
turn the knob counterclockwise slightly and the stopper pin can be released. (Fig. 16)
9 ASSEMBLY
CAUTION:
 Always be sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged before carrying out any work on
the tool.
9.1
Table height two way set up
The table height can be set up in two ways, high or low table.
WARNING: Before falling down the tool backwards, always set the tool in
the Mitre saw mode and lock the tool head in the lowest position.
9.1.1
High table set up (Fig. 17)
To set up the tool with high table, proceed as follows.
 Fall down the tool carefully BACKWARDS without fail while holding it with both hands.
 Loosen the wingnut of the leg as much as necessary and fold the leg down, then retighten
the wingnut.
9.1.2
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
Low table set up
Fold in the 4 legs. To do so:
Fall down the tool carefully BACKWARDS without fail while holding it with both hands.
untighten the wing nut of each leg seperatly until you can turn the leg 90° , aligned with
tabel. Then tigthen the wing nut again
Return the tool to the upright position.
9.2
Installing or removing saw blade
CAUTION:
 Always be sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged before installing or removing
the blade.
 Lower the tool head to the lowest position and lock it with the stopper pin (27) (Fig. 16).
 Use only the socket wrench 6mm hex key provided to install or remove the blade. Failure
to do so may result in overtightening or insufficient tightening of the hex bolt. This could
cause an injury. Move up the handle in the fully raised position. Press the shaft lock to lock
the spindle, use the socket wrench 6mm hex key to loosen the hex bolt clockwise. (Fig.
18) Heben Sie die Schutzhaube A mit dem Hubhebel an, während Sie den Hebel am
Handgriff nach links drücken. Remove the hex bolt, outer flange and blade. (Fig. 19) To
install the blade, mount it carefully onto the spindle, making sure that the direction of the
arrow on the surface of the blade matches the direction of the arrow on the blade case.
Install the outer flange and hex bolt, and then use the socket wrench 6mm hex key to
tighten the hex bolt (lefthanded) securely counterclockwise while pressing the shaft lock.
 Lift the tool head again up to the highest position. In order to do so, the stopper pin (27)
must be pulled to the right side, turned around 180 degrees and then released (status:
unlocked).
NOTE: When installing a saw blade, be sure to insert it between the blade
guard (6) at first and then raise it so that the blade is finally placed in the
blade guard. (Fig. 20 & 21)
CAUTION:
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
The ring 30 mm in outer diameter is factory-installed between the inner and outer flanges.
Return the lower blade guard (7) to its original position. Lower the handle to make sure
that the lower blade guards move properly. Make sure shaft lock has released spindle
before making cut.
9.3
Adjusting riving knife (fig 23,24 & 25)
There must be a clearance of about 5 – 6 mm between the riving knife and the blade teeth
when pushing riving knife toward the blade fully. Adjust the riving knife accordingly by first
loosening clamping nut (37) by hand counterclockwise and then loosening hex bolt (3)
counterclockwise with the hex socket wrench, and measuring the distance. After adjustment,
securely tighten the hex bolt and then the clamping nut clockwise. Always check to see that
the riving knife is secured and that the top blade guard works smoothly before cutting.
The riving knife has been installed before shipment from the factory so that the blade and
riving knife are in a straight line after your simple set-up. Refer to the section titled
“Repositioning riving knife” for the set-up.
CAUTION:
 If the blade and riving knife are not aligned properly, a dangerous pinching condition may
result during operation. Make sure the riving knife is positioned between both outer ends
of the blade teeth when viewing from the top. You could suffer serious personal injury
while using the tool without a properly aligned riving knife. If they are not aligned for any
reasons, always have an authorized service center repair it.
 When adjusting the riving knife clearance from the blade teeth, always loosen the hex bolt
only after loosening the clamping nut.
9.4
Installing and adjusting rip fence (43)(Fig. 26)
 Install the rip fence on the table so that the rip fence holder engages with the guide rail.
Tighten the clamping screw (42) of the rip fence firmly clockwise.
 Loosen the clamping screw (41)
 Slide the rip fence and secure it so that the far end from you of the rip fence is aligned with
the point at which the front edge of saw blade just appears from top surface of the
workpiece. The purpose of this adjustment is to reduce risk of kick-back toward operator
that cut piece from the workpiece is pinched between the saw blade and rip fence and
finally pushed out toward operator. The line A varies by thickness of workpiece or the table
level. Adjust the position of the rip fence according to the thickness of the workpiece. After
adjusting the rip fence, tighten the clamping screw (41) firmly. (Fig. 27)
NOTE:
 There are four patterns to position the rip fence as shown in the figure. Rip fence has two
slits on its sides, one slit with an elevated fringe nearby on the same side and the other
without it. Use the surface of rip fence with this fringe facing the workpiece only when
cutting off into a piece of a thin workpiece.
 To change the rip fence pattern, remove the rip fence from the rip fence holder by
loosening the clamping screw (41) and change the facing of the rip fence to the rip fence
holder so that the rip fence faces the rip fence holder according to your work as shown in
the figure. (Fig. 28)
 Insert the square nut on the rip fence holder into the back end of either slit of the rip fence
so that they fit as shown in the figure.
 To change from the pattern A or B to the pattern C or D, or in adverse case, remove the
square nut and clamping screw (41) from the rip fence holder, then position the clamping
screw (41) and square nut on the opposite position of the rip fence holder compared to the
original position. Tighten the clamping screw (41) securely after inserting the square nut of
the rip fence holder into the rip fence slit.
Insert the square nut on the rip fence holder into the back end of either slit of the rip fence so
that they fit as shown in the figures. (Fig. 28 & 29)
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The rip fence is factory adjusted so that it is parallel to the blade surface. Make sure that it is
parallel. To check to be sure that the rip fence is parallel with the blade, adjust the blade
height with the cutting depth adjusting knob so that the blade appears at the topmost position
from the table. Mark one of the blade teeth with a crayon. Measure the distance (A) and (B)
between the rip fence and blade. Take both measurements using the tooth marked with the
crayon. These two measurements should be identical. If the rip fence is not parallel with the
blade, proceed as follows: (Fig. 30 & 31)
(1) Turn the adjusting screw (49) counterclockwise.
(2) Shift the front edge of the rip fence slightly to right or left until it becomes parallel with the
blade.
(3) Tighten the adjusting screw on the rip fence firmly.
CAUTION:
 Be sure to adjust the rip fence so that it is parallel with the blade, or a dangerous kickback
condition may occur.
 Be sure to adjust the rip fence so that it does not contact the top blade guard or saw
blade. (Fig. 32)
 Do not relocate or carry the tool by rip fence.
 Raising the installed rip fence or exerting a force on it to the right and left with your hand
grabbing its top end may damage it and impair its function.
9.5
Installing and adjusting Mitre gauge (Fig. 33)
Install the Mitre gauge by inserting its shaft (51) into one of two grooves in the table from the
front. Mitre gauge fence that is also used as rip fence can be installed on the Mitre gauge
according to your work.
9.6
Dust bag (Fig 34, 35 & 36)
The use of the dust bag makes cutting operations clean and dust collection easy. To attach
the dust bag (55), fit it onto the dust nozzle.
When the dust bag is about half full, remove the dust bag from the tool and pull the fastener
out. Empty the dust bag of its contents, tapping it lightly so as to remove particles adhering to
the insides which might hamper further collection.
If you connect a vacuum cleaner to your saw, more efficient and cleaner operations can be
performed.
9.7
Securing workpiece
WARNING It is extremely important to always secure the workpiece
properly and tightly with the vise. Failure to do so can cause the tool to be
damaged and/or the workpiece to be destroyed. PERSONAL INJURY MAY
ALSO RESULT. Also, after a cutting operation, DO NOT raise the blade until
the blade has come to a complete stop.
Vertical vise (Fig. 37)
The vertical vise can be installed in two positions on either the left or right side of the guide
fence. Insert the vise rod into the hole in the guide fence and tighten the clamping screw to
secure the vise rod. Position the vise arm (57) according to the thickness and shape of the
workpiece and secure the vise arm by tightening the clamping screw (16). If the screw to
secure the vise arm contacts the guide fence, install the clamping screw on the opposite side
of vise arm. Make sure that no part of the tool contacts the vise when lowering the handle all
the way. If some part contacts the vise, re-position the vise. Press the workpiece flat against
the guide fence and the turn table. Position the workpiece at the desired cutting position and
secure it firmly by tightening the vise knob.
CAUTION:
 The workpiece must be secured firmly against the turn table and guide fence.
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9.8
Setting up the tool in table saw mode
CAUTION:
 Before use in the table saw mode, make sure that the turn table has been secured at 0°
Mitre angle with the clamping screw on the guide fence. Remove vise rod (58)
 Before use in the table saw mode, make sure that the riving knife has been secured in
place properly. (downwards)
 Before use in the table saw mode, make sure that the tool head has been secured with the
lever. (secured in lowest position)
 Before use in the table saw mode, remove the lower blade guard (7)
 In table saw mode, release the lower limit stopper.
The tool is shipped from the factory with the set-up in Mitre saw mode.
Before use in table saw mode, change the set up and follow the procedure
below.
9.8.1
Securing the turn table (Fig. 38)
To secure the turn table, tighten the screw firmly on the guide fence at 0° Mitre angle.
9.8.2
Securing the tool head (Fig. 39)
Secure the tool head by tightening the lever in the direction of arrow shown in the figure.
9.8.3
Releasing the lower limit stopper (Fig. 40)
Make sure that the end of the lower limit stopper is at the A position in the figure. Turn the end
of the lower limit stopper counterclockwise to the A position when it is positioned at the B
position.
9.8.4
Repositioning the riving knife (Fig. 41)
The position (Fig. 41-A) should be changed as follows.
(1) Loosen the clamping nut. (Fig. 41-B)
(2) Pull and pivot the riving knife to the position at the angle of 90° in the direction of arrow.
(Fig. 41-C) And push in it slightly so that it become still in this position.
(3) Raise the lower blade guard fully using its lug by hand while pushing the lever nearby the
handle to the left, and release the lever nearby the handle. (Fig. 41-D)
(4) Push the riving knife in the direction of arrow (see Fig. 41-E) so that it is aligned with the
saw blade.
(5) After pushing the riving knife in the direction of arrow shown in the figure, release the lower
blade guard
(6) After aligning the riving knife, tighten the clamping nut securely (see Fig. 41-F).
9.8.5
Removing the lower blade guard (Fig. 42)
Remove the lower blade guardfrom the table by loosening the clamping screw (16).
9.8.6
Locking the tool head at fully lowered position (Fig. 43)
After setting up the riving knife in position for table saw mode, pull the stopper (27) in the
direction of arrow A and turn it to the angle of 90° in the direction of arrow B with the stopper
pulled. Then lower the handle to lock the tool head.
CAUTION:
 When the tool head (60) cannot be locked in the fully lowered position, turn the depth
adjusting knob (20) by several turns clockwise. (Fig. 44)
 Before turning over the tool, always make sure that the stopper pin has securely locked
the tool head in the lowest position.
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9.8.7
Turning over the tool (Fig. 45)
WARNING:
 Make sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged before turning over.
 When pushing down the lever (62), be sure to place your hand/finger away from the levertable fitting area. Hold the middle edge of table with one hand, push the lever (62) down
with the other hand while holding the table edge firmly and pivot the table carefully to turn
it over. Keep holding it until it locks.
9.8.8
Installing the top blade guard (Fig. 46)
Push the push button (8) of the top blade guard to its side surface, place it on the notch of the
riving knife (9) with the button depressed and release the button. After releasing the push
button, make sure that the top blade guard is secured by trying to pull it out.
CAUTION:
 After installing the top blade guard, make sure that it works smoothly.
9.9
Setting up the tool in Mitre saw mode (Fig. 47)
WARNING: Be sure to install the lower blade guard C before using the tool
in Mitre saw mode.
To change the set up from table saw mode to Mitre saw mode, reverse the procedure of the
section titled “Setting up the tool in table saw mode”.
9.9.1
Removing the top blade guard
Push the push button (8) of the top blade guard to its side surface and then just take away the
top blade guard upward with the button depressed.
9.9.2
Turning over the tool
Refer to the same titled section in the “Setting up the tool in table saw mode”.
9.9.3
Releasing the tool head from fully lowered position
While holding the handle, pull the stopper pin in the direction of arrow A, turn it to the angle of
90° in the direction of arrow B with the stopper pin pulled and then raise the handle slowly.
9.9.4
Repositioning riving knife (Fig. 48)
The position of riving knife (Fig. 48-A) should be changed as follows.
(1) Loosen the clamping nut and hold the lower blade guard A using its lug by hand. (Fig. 48-B)
(2) While holding the lower blade guard A, pull the riving knife so that it turns and pivot it to the
position in the direction of arrow. (Fig. 48-C)
(3) With the riving knife held in that position, return the lower blade guard A to the original
position and tighten the clamping nut securely. (Fig. 48-D & E)
9.9.5
Locking the tool head in the lowest position
9.9.6
Tilting the saw table
9.9.7
Installing the lower blade guard C
Place the lower blade guard C on the table so that it fits in the slot of the table and tightening
the clamping screw firmly.
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9.9.8
Tilting the saw table
9.9.9
Unlocking the tool head in the lowest position
9.9.10
Installing or removing the sub fences R and L (Fig. 49)
CAUTION:
When cutting a workpiece over 20 mm thick, make sure that the sub fences R and L are
securely installed with a screw.
Removal of the sub fences R and L are convenient for cutting wide and thin workpiece.
When cutting a workpiece up to 20 mm thick and more than 180 mm wide, remove the sub
fences R and L by removing the screw shown in the figure.
When cutting a workpiece over 20 mm thick, install the sub fences R and L securely with a
screw.
Refer to the table below for the relation between the size of workpiece and use/unuse of sub
fences R and L. (Fig. 51)
Workpiece size (H x W)
Use/Unuse of subfence
1
65mm x 155mm
With sub fences
2
20mm x 200mm
Without sub fences
9.9.11
Cable holders (electric cable)
Install the two included cable holders in the provided openings at the left side of the table,
resp. left and right from the dust bag.
10 OPERATION
CAUTION:
 Before use, be sure to release the handle from the lowered position by pulling the stopper
pin and turning it to the angle of 90°.
 Make sure the blade is not contacting the workpiece, etc. before the switch is turned on.
10.1
Cutting as mitre saw
WARNING: Make sure that the lower blade guard C is installed before using
in Mitre saw mode.
CAUTION:
 Do not apply excessive pressure on the handle when cutting. Too much force may result
in overload of the motor and/or decreased cutting efficiency. Push down handle with only
as much force as is necessary for smooth cutting and without significant decrease in blade
speed.
 Gently press down the handle to perform the cut. If the handle is pressed down with force
or if lateral force is applied, the blade will vibrate and leave a mark (saw mark) in the
workpiece and the precision of the cut will be impaired.
10.1.1
Press cutting
Secure the workpiece against guide fence and turn table. Switch on the tool without the blade
making any contact and wait until the blade attains full speed before lowering. Then gently
lower the handle to the fully lowered position to cut the workpiece. When the cut is completed,
switch off the tool and WAIT UNTIL THE BLADE HAS COME TO A COMPLETE STOP before
returning the blade to its fully elevated position.
10.1.2
Mitre cutting
Refer to the previously covered “Adjusting the Mitre angle”.
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10.1.3
Bevel cut
Loosen the lever (19) and tilt the saw blade to set the bevel angle (Refer to the previously
covered “Adjusting the bevel angle” 8.4). Be sure to retighten the lever (19) firmly to secure
the selected bevel angle safely. Secure the workpiece against guide fence and turn table.
Switch on the tool without the blade making any contact and wait until the blade attains full
speed. Then gently lower the handle to the fully lowered position while applying pressure in
parallel with the blade. When the cut is completed, switch off the tool and WAIT UNTIL THE
BLADE HAS COME TO A COMPLETE STOP before returning the blade to its fully elevated
position.
CAUTION:
 Always be sure that the blade will move down to bevel direction during a bevel cut. Keep
hands out of path of saw blade.
 During a bevel cut, it may create a condition whereby the piece cut off will come to rest
against the side of the blade. If the blade is raised while the blade is still rotating, this
piece may be caught by the blade, causing fragments to be scattered which is dangerous.
The blade should be raised ONLY after the blade has come to a complete stop.
 When pressing the handle down, apply pressure parallel to the blade. If the pressure is not
parallel to the blade during a cut, the angle of the blade might be shifted and the precision
of the cut will be impaired.
10.1.4
Compound cutting
Compound cutting is the process in which a bevel angle is made at the same time in which a
Mitre angle is being cut on a workpiece. Compound cutting can be performed at angle shown
in the table.
Bevel angle
Miter angle
45°
Left and Right 0 – 45°
When performing compound cutting, refer to “Press cutting”, “Mitre cutting” and “Bevel cut”
explanations.
10.1.5
Cutting aluminum extrusion (Fig. 53)
When securing aluminum extrusions, use spacer blocks or pieces of scrap as shown in the
figure to prevent deformation of the aluminum. Use a cutting lubricant when cutting the
aluminum extrusion to prevent buildup of the aluminum material on the blade.
CAUTION:
 Never attempt to cut thick or round aluminum extrusions. Thick aluminum extrusions may
come loose during operation and round aluminum extrusions cannot be secured firmly
with this tool.
 Never cut aluminum in the table saw mode (bench mode).
10.2
Cutting as table saw (bench mode)
CAUTION:
 Always use “work helpers” such as push sticks and push blocks when there is a danger
that your hands or fingers will come close to the blade.
 Always hold the workpiece firmly with the table and the rip fence. Do not bend or twist it
while feeding. If the workpiece is bent or twisted, dangerous kickbacks may occur.
 NEVER withdraw the workpiece while the blade is running. If you must withdraw the
workpiece before completing a cut, first switch the tool off while holding the workpiece
firmly. Wait until the blade has come to a complete stop before withdrawing the workpiece.
Failure to do so may cause dangerous kickbacks.
 NEVER remove cut-off material while the blade is running.
 NEVER place your hands or fingers in the path of the saw blade.
 Always secure the rip fence firmly, or dangerous kickbacks may occur.
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
Always use “work helpers” such as push sticks and push blocks when cutting small or
narrow workpieces, or when the ado head is hidden from view while cutting.
10.2.1
Work helpers
Push sticks, push blocks or auxiliary fence are types of “work helpers”. Use them to make safe,
sure cuts without the need for the operator to contact the blade with any part of the body.
10.2.2
Push block (Fig. 54)
Use a 19 mm piece of plywood. Handle should be in center of plywood piece. Fasten with glue
and wood screws as shown. Small piece 9.5 mm x 8 mm x 50 mm of wood must always be
glued to plywood to keep the blade from dulling if the operator cuts into push block by mistake.
(Never use nails in push block.)
10.2.3
Auxiliary fence (Fig. 55)
Make auxiliary fence from 9.5 mm and 19 mm plywood pieces.
10.2.4
Ripping
CAUTION:
 When ripping, remove the Mitre gauge from the table.
 When cutting long or large workpieces, always provide adequate support behind the table.
DO NOT allow a long board to move or shift on the table. This will cause the blade to bind
and increase the possibility of kickback and personal injury. The support should be at the
same height as the table.
1. Adjust the depth of cut a bit higher than the thickness of the workpiece. To make this
adjustment, refer to the section titled “Adjusting the depth of cut”.
2. Position the rip fence to the desired width of rip and secure in place by tightening the
clamping screw (A). Before ripping, make sure the two screws of the rip fence holder are
secured. If it is not secured enough, retighten it.
3. Turn the tool on and gently feed the workpiece into the blade along with the rip fence.
(1) When the width of rip is 150 mm and wider, carefully use one hand to feed the workpiece.
Use another hand to hold the workpiece in position against the rip fence. (Fig. 56)
(2) When the width of rip is 65 mm – 150 mm wide, use the push stick to feed the workpiece.
(Fig. 57)
10.2.5
Cross cutting (Fig. 58)
CAUTION:
 When making a crosscut, remove the rip fence from the table.
 When cutting long or large workpieces, always provide adequate support to the sides of
the table. The support should be at the same height as the table.
 Always keep hands away from the path of blade.
10.2.6
Mitre gauge
Use the Mitre gauge for the 4 types of cutting shown in the figure.
CAUTION:
 Secure the knob on the Mitre gauge carefully.
 Avoid creep of workpiece and gauge by firm work-holding arrangement, especially when
cutting at an angle.
 NEVER hold or grasp the intended “cut-off” portion of the workpiece.
10.2.7
Use of Mitre gauge (Fig. 59)
Slide the Mitre gauge into the thick grooves in the table. Loosen the knob on the gauge and
align to desired angle (0° to 60°). Bring stock flush up against fence and feed gently forward
into the blade.
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10.2.8
Auxiliary wood facing (Mitre gauge) (Fig. 60)
To prevent a long board from wobbling, fit the Mitre gauge with an auxiliary fence board.
Fasten with bolts/ nuts after drilling holes, but fasteners must not protrude from the face board.
10.2.9
Carrying tool (Fig. 61)
Make sure that the tool is unplugged. For the tool just used in the Mitre saw mode, secure the
blade at 0° bevel angle and the turn table at 0° Mitre angle. Lower the handle fully and lock it
in the lowered position by fully pushing in the stopper pin.
Carry the tool by holding the tool part shown in the figure. (Fig. 62)
CAUTION:
 Always secure all moving portions before carrying the tool.
 Before carrying the tool, always set up the tool in the Mitre saw mode.
 Make sure that the lower blade guard C is installed on the tool.
11 MAINTENANCE
CAUTION:
 Always be sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged before attempting to perform
inspection or maintenance.
WARNING: Always be sure that the blade is sharp and clean for the best
and safest performance.
11.1
Replacing carbon brushes (Fig. 64 & 65)
Remove and check the carbon brushes regularly. Replace when they wear down to the limit
mark. Keep the carbon brushes clean and free to slip in the holders. Both carbon brushes
should be replaced at the same time. Use only identical carbon brushes. Use a screwdriver to
remove the brush holder caps. Take out the worn carbon brushes, insert the new ones and
secure the brush holder caps.
11.2
After use
 After use, wipe off chips and dust adhering to the tool with a cloth or the like to assure
maximum service life. Keep the blade guards clean according to the directions in the
previously covered section titled “Blade guard”. Lubricate the sliding portions with machine
oil to prevent rust.
 To maintain product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs, any other maintenance or
adjustment should be performed by an Authorized Service Centers, always using original
replacement parts.
11.3
Service
Only qualified specialist personnel and original replacement parts should be used for repairs.
This will ensure that your device remains safe.
Damaged switches must be replaced by our after-sales service department.
If the connecting cable (or mains plug) is damaged, it must be replaced by a particular
connecting cable which is available from our service department. Replacement of the
connecting cable must only be carried out by our service department (see last page) or by a
qualified person (qualified electrician).
12 TECHNICAL DATA
Type
voltage - Frequency
Power
No load speed
92502W
230V - 50Hz
1800W
4200 min-1
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TCT - 255 x 30 x 2.8 mm – 60T
800mm
30kg
II / double insulated
Blade
tabel height
Net weight
Safety class
Mitre Saw :
Max. Cutting capacity
0° - 90°
45° - 90°
0° - 45°
45° - 45°
Table saw
Table size (W x L)
Max. Cutting capacity
90°
45°
Riving knife thickness
70 x 155mm
70 x 105mm
50 x 155mm
50 x 105mm
500 x 540mm
70mm
50mm
2,5mm
13 NOISE
Noise emission values measured according to relevant standard. (K=3)
Acoustic pressure level LpA
92 dB(A)
Acoustic power level LwA
105 dB(A)
ATTENTION! Wear
over 85 dB(A).
hearing
protection
when
sound
pressure
is
aw (Vibration)
1.73 m/s²
K = 1.5 m/s²
The declared vibration emission value has been measured in accordance with the
standard test method and may be used for comparing one power tool with another.
 The declared vibration emission value may also be used in a preliminary assessment of
exposure.
 The vibration emission during actual use of the power tool may differ from the declared
value, depending on the ways in which the power tool is used;
 Try to keep the vibration loads as low as possible. Examples of measures to reduce the
vibration load are wearing gloves when using the tool and limiting the working time. For
this purpose, all parts of the operating cycle are to be considered (such as times when the
power tool is switched off and times when the power tool is switched on, but running
without load).
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14 STORAGE
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Thoroughly clean the whole machine and its accessories.
Store it out of the reach of children, in a stable and secure position, in a cool and dry
place, avoid too high and too low temperatures.
Protect it from exposure to direct sunlight. Keep it in the dark, if possible.
Don’t keep it in plastic bags to avoid humidity build-up.
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15 ENVIRONMENT
Should your appliance need replacement after extended use, do not discard it
with the household rubbish but dispose of it in an environmentally safe way.
Waste produced by electrical machine items should not be handled like normal
household rubbish. Please recycle where recycle facilities exist. Check with your
Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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