DW717XPS | DeWalt DW717XPS MITRE SAW Type 5 instruction manual

DW717XPS
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MITRE SAW DW717XPS
Congratulations!
You have chosen a DeWALT tool. Years of experience, thorough
product development and innovation make DeWALT one of the
most reliable partners for professional power tool users.
Technical Data
Voltage
(U.K. & Ireland only)
VDC
Type
Power input
Blade diameter
Blade bore
Blade body thickness
Max. blade speed
Max. cross-cut capacity 90°/90°
Max. mitre capacity 45°
Max. depth of cut 90°
Max. depth of bevel cross-cut 45°
Mitre (max. positions)
W
mm
mm
mm
min-1
mm
mm
mm
mm
left
230/115
5
1675
250
30
2.2
4000
98 x 320
226
89
56
60°
Bevel (max. positions)
right
left
51°
48°
right
48°
mm
302
mm
76
mm
213
mm
76
mm
302
mm
50
mm
302
mm
22
mm
s
kg
44
< 10.0
24
LPA
(emission sound pressure level)
dB(A)
91
LWA (sound power level)
dB(A)
99
K(uncertainty for the given sound level)
dB(A)
3.0
Vibration emission value ah =
Uncertainty K =
m/s2
m/s2
2.1
1.5
0° mitre
Resulting width at max. height 89 mm
Resulting height at max. width 320 mm
45° mitre left
Resulting width at max. height 89 mm
Resulting height at max. width 226 mm
45° bevel left
Resulting width at max. height 58 mm
Resulting height at max. width 320 mm
45° bevel right
Resulting width at max. height 30 mm
Resulting height at max. width 320 mm
31.62° mitre, 33.85° bevel
Resulting height at max. width 272 mm
Blade run-down time
Weight
V
DW717XPS
230
Noise values and vibration values (triax vector sum)
according to EN61029:
The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has
been measured in accordance with a standardised test given in
EN61029 and may be used to compare one tool with another. It
may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure.
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WARNING: The declared vibration emission level
represents the main applications of the tool. However
if the tool is used for different applications, with
different accessories or poorly maintained, the vibration
emission may differ. This may significantly increase the
exposure level over the total working period.
An estimation of the level of exposure to vibration
should also take into account the times when the tool
is switched off or when it is running but not actually
doing the job. This may significantly reduce the
exposure level over the total working period.
Identify additional safety measures to protect the
operator from the effects of vibration such as: maintain
the tool and the accessories, keep the hands warm,
organisation of work patterns.
Fuses:
Europe
230 V tools 10 Amperes,
mains
U.K. & Ireland
230 V tools 13 Amperes, in
plugs
NOTE: This device is intended for the connection to a power
supply system with maximum permissible system impedance
Zmax of 0.27 Ω Ohm at the interface point (power service box) of
user’s supply.
The user has to ensure that this device is connected only to a
power system which fulfils the requirement above. If necessary,
the user can ask the public power supply company for the
system impedance at the interface point.
Definitions: Safety Guidelines
The definitions below describe the level of severity for each
signal word. Please read the manual and pay attention to these
symbols.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE: Indicates a practice not related to
personal injury which, if not avoided, may result in
property damage.
Denotes risk of electric shock.
Denotes risk of fire.
EC-Declaration of Conformity
MITRE SAW
DW717XPS
DeWALT declares that these products described under
Technical Data are in compliance with:
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2006/42/EC, EN61029-1:2009 +A11:2010, EN61029-2-9:2012
+A11:2013
These products also comply with Directive 2014/30/EU and
2011/65/EU. For more information, please contact DeWALT at
the following address or refer to the back of the manual.
The undersigned is responsible for compilation of the technical
file and makes this declaration on behalf of DeWALT.
9.Use protective equipment.
Always use safety glasses. Use a face or dust mask if
working operations create dust or flying particles. If these
particles might be considerably hot, also wear a heatresistant apron. Wear ear protection at all times. Wear a
safety helmet at all times.
10. Connect dust extraction equipment.
If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction
and collecting equipment, ensure these are connected and
properly used.
Markus Rompel
Director Engineering
DeWALT, Richard-Klinger-Straße 11,
D-65510, Idstein, Germany
20.04.2016
Safety Instructions
W
ARNING! When using electric tools basic safety
precautions should always be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury
including the following.
Read all these instructions before attempting to operate this
product and save these instructions.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
General Safety Rules
1.Keep work area clear.
Cluttered areas and benches invite injuries.
2.Consider work area environment.
Do not expose the tool to rain. Do not use the tool in damp
or wet conditions. Keep the work area well lit (250–300 Lux).
Do not use the tool where there is a risk of causing fire or
explosion, e.g., in the presence of flammable liquids and
gases.
3.Guard against electric shock.
Avoid body contact with earthed surfaces (e.g., pipes,
radiators, cookers and refrigerators). When using the tool
under extreme conditions (e.g., high humidity, when metal
swarf is being produced, etc.), electric safety can be
improved by inserting an isolating transformer or a (FI) earthleakage circuit-breaker.
4.Keep other persons away.
Do not let persons, especially children, not involved in the
work, touch the tool or the extension cord and keep them
away from the work area.
5.Store idle tools.
When not in use, tools must be stored in a dry place and
locked up securely, out of reach of children.
6.Do not force the tool.
It will do the job better and safer at the rate to which it was
intended.
7.Use the right tool.
Do not force small tools to do the job of a heavy duty tool.
Do not use tools for purposes not intended; for example do
not use circular saws to cut tree limbs or logs.
8.Dress properly.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery, as these can be
caught in moving parts. Non-skid footwear is recommended
when working outdoors. Wear protective hair covering to
contain long hair.
11. Do not abuse the cord.
Never yank the cord to disconnect it from the socket.
Keep the cord away from heat, oil and sharp edges. Never
carry the tool by its cord.
12. Secure work.
Where possible use clamps or a vice to hold the work. It
is safer than using your hand and it frees both hands to
operate the tool.
13. Do not overreach.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Maintain tools with care.
Keep cutting tools sharp and clean for better and safer
performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories. Inspect tools periodically and if damaged have
them repaired by an authorized service facility. Keep handles
and switches dry, clean and free from oil and grease.
15. Disconnect tools.
When not in use, before servicing and when changing
accessories such as blades, bits and cutters, disconnect
tools from the power supply.
16.Remove adjusting keys and wrenches.
Form the habit of checking to see that adjusting keys and
wrenches are removed from the tool before operating the
tool.
17. Avoid unintentional starting.
Do not carry the tool with a finger on the switch. Be sure that
the tool is in the “off” position before plugging in.
18. Use outdoor extension leads.
Before use, inspect the extension cable and replace if
damaged. When the tool is used outdoors, use only
extension cords intended for outdoor use and marked
accordingly.
19. Stay alert.
Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. Do not
operate the tool when you are tired or under the influence of
drugs or alcohol.
20. Check for damaged parts.
Before use, carefully check the tool and mains cable to
determine that it will operate properly and perform its
intended function. Check for alignment of moving parts,
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting and
any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard
or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or
replaced by an authorized service centre unless otherwise
indicated in this instruction manual. Have defective switches
replaced by an authorized service centre.
Do not use the tool if the switch does not turn it on and off.
Never attempt any repairs yourself.
WARNING! The use of any accessory or attachment
or performance of any operation with this tool other
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than those recommended in this instruction manual
may present a risk of personal injury.
• Check periodically that the motor air slots are clean and free
of chips.
21. Have your tool repaired by a qualified person.
• Replace the kerf plate when worn.
This electric tool complies relevant safety rules. Repairs
should only be carried out by qualified persons using original
spare parts; otherwise this may result in considerable danger
to the user.
• Disconnect the machine from the mains before carrying out
any maintenance work or when changing the blade.
Additional Safety Rules for Mitre Saws
• The machine is provided with a special configured power
supply cord which can only be replaced by the manufacturer
or its authorised service agent.
• Before starting any cutting operation, ensure that the
machine is located on an flat and stable surface.
• Do not use the saw to cut other materials than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Do not operate the machine without guards in position, or if
guards do not function or are not maintained properly.
• Ensure that the arm is securely fixed when performing bevel
cuts.
• Keep the floor area around the machine level, wellmaintained and free of loose materials, e.g., chips and cutoffs.
• Use correctly sharpened saw blades. Observe the maximum
speed mark on the saw blade. The marked maximum speed
shall always be greater than or at least equal to the speed
marked on the rating plate.
• Make sure all locking knobs and clamp handles are tight
before starting any operation.
• Never place either hand in the blade area when the saw is
connected to the electrical power source.
• Never attempt to stop a machine in motion rapidly by
jamming a tool or other means against the blade; serious
accidents can occur.
• Before using any accessory consult the instruction manual.
The improper use of an accessory can cause damage.
• Use a holder or wear gloves when handling a saw blade or
rough material.
• Ensure that the saw blade is mounted correctly before use.
• Make sure that the blade rotates in the correct direction.
• Do not use blades of larger or smaller diameter than
recommended. For the proper blade rating refer to the
Technical Data. Use only the blades specified in this
manual, complying with EN 847-1.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work when
the machine is still running and the head is not in the rest
position.
• When possible, always mount the machine to a bench.
• If you use an LED to indicate the cutting line, make sure that
the LED is of class 2 according to EN 62471. Do not replace
an LED diode with a different type. If damaged, have the LED
repaired by an authorised repair agent.
•The front section of the guard is louvered for visibility while
cutting. Although the louvers dramatically reduce flying
debris, they are openings in the guard and safety glasses
should be worn at all times when viewing through the
louvers.
• Connect the saw to a dust collection device when sawing
wood. Always consider factors which influence exposure of
dust such as:
-–type of material to be machined (chip board produces
more dust than wood);
-–sharpness of the saw blade;
-–correct adjustment of the saw blade.
-–dust extractor with air velocity not less than 20 m/s.
Ensure that the local extraction as well as hoods, baffles and
chutes are properly adjusted.
• Please be aware of the following factors influencing exposure
to noise:
-–use saw blades designed to reduce the emitted noise;
-–use only well sharpened saw blades;
• Machine maintenance shall be conducted periodically;
• Provide adequate general or localized lighting;
• Ensure the operator is adequately trained in the use,
adjustment and operation of the machine;
•Ensure that any spacers and spindle rings are suitable for the
purpose as stated in this manual.
•Refrain from removing any cut-offs or other parts of the
workpiece from the cutting area while the machine is running
and the saw head is not in the rest position.
• Never cut workpieces shorter than 200 mm.
• Consider applying specially designed noise-reduction blades.
•Without additional support the machine is designed to
accept the maximum workpiece size of:
• Do not use HIGH SPEED STEEL blades.
– Height 89 mm by width 302 mm by length 600 mm
• Do not use cracked or damaged saw blades.
–Longer workpieces need to be supported by suitable
additional table, e.g. DE7023. Always clamp the
workpiece safely.
• Do not use any abrasive or diamond discs.
• Never use your saw without the kerf plate.
• Raise the blade from the kerf in the workpiece prior to releasing
the switch.
• Do not wedge anything against the fan to hold the motor
shaft.
• The blade guard on your saw will automatically raise when
the arm is brought down; it will lower over the blade when
head lock up release lever (12) is pushed.
• Never raise the blade guard manually unless the saw is
switched off. The guard can be raised by hand when
installing or removing saw blades or for inspection of the saw.
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•In case of an accident or machine failure immediately turn the
machine off and pull the plug.
•Report the failure and mark the machine in suitable form to
prevent other people from using the defective machine.
• When the saw blade is blocked caused by abnormal feed
force during cutting, switch the machine off and disconnect
from power supply. Remove the workpiece and ensure that
the saw blade runs free. Switch the machine on and start
new cutting operation with reduced feed force.
• Never cut light alloy (i.e., aluminium, magnesium). It is not
allowed for this saw.
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• Check for damage to the tool, parts or accessories which
may have occurred during transport.
• Take the time to thoroughly read and understand this manual
prior to operation.
•Whenever the situation allows, mount the machine to a
bench using
bolts with a diameter of 8 mm bolts and 80 mm in length.
WARNING: We recommend the use of a residual
current device with a residual current rating of 30mA
or less.
Description (fig. A1–A6)
Residual Risks
The following risks are inherent to the use of saws:
– injuries caused by touching the rotating parts
In spite of the application of the relevant safety regulations and
the implementation of safety devices, certain residual risks cannot
be avoided. These are:
– Impairment of hearing.
– Risk of accidents caused by the uncovered parts of the
rotating saw blade.
– Risk of injury when changing the blade.
– Risk of squeezing fingers when opening the guards.
– Health hazards caused by breathing dust developed when
sawing wood, especially oak, beech and MDF.
The following factors increase the risk of breathing problems:
– No dust extractor connected when sawing wood
– Insufficient dust extraction caused by uncleaned exhaust
filters
Markings on Tool
The following pictograms are shown on the tool:
Read instruction manual before use.
Wear ear protection.
Wear eye protection.
Carrying point
WARNING: Never modify the power tool or any part
of it. Damage or personal injury could result.
A1
1On/off switch
2Moveable lower blade guard
3Fence left-hand side
4Mitre lever
5Mitre latch
6 XPSTM on/off switch
7Mitre scale
8Fence right-hand side
9Kerf plate
10 Carrying handle
11 Operating handle
12Head lock up release lever
13Date code
14 Spindle lock
15 Bevel scale
16Rail lock knob
17 Grooving stop
A2
18Slide stop
19Fixed upper blade guard
20 Bevel latch/lever
21Bevel clamp handle
22Head lock down pin
23 Wrench
24 Hand indentation
25Bench mounting holes
26 Dust spout
Keep hands away from blade.
A3
27Dustbag
Do not stare directly into the light source.
A4
28LED Worklight System
DATE CODE POSITION (FIG. A1)
The Date Code (13), which also includes the year of manufacture,
is printed into the housing.
Example:
2016 XX XX
Year of Manufacture
Package Contents
The package contains:
1Assembled mitre saw
1Blade spanner
1Saw blade
1Dustbag
1Material clamp
1Instruction manual
Optional accessories
A5
29Work support extension
A6
30Work piece clamp
INTENDED USE
Your DeWALT DW717XPS Mitre Saw has been designed for
professional cutting wood, wood products and plastics. It
performs the sawing operations of cross-cutting, bevelling and
mitring easily, accurately and safely.
This unit is designed for use with a nominal blade diameter 250
mm carbide tip blade.
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DO NOT use under wet conditions or in presence of flammable
liquids or gases.
These miter saws are professional power tools.
DO NOT let children come into contact with the tool. Supervision
is required when inexperienced operators use this tool.
WARNING! Do not use the machine for purposes
other than intended.
•Young children and the infirm. This appliance is not
intended for use by young children or infirm persons without
supervision.
• This product is not intended for use by persons (including
children) suffering from diminished physical, sensory or
mental abilities; lack of experience, knowledge or skills
unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their
safety. Children should never be left alone with this product.
Electrical Safety
The electric motor has been designed for one voltage only.
Always check that the power supply corresponds to the voltage
on the rating plate.
Your tool is double insulated in accordance with
EN61029;
therefore no earth wire is required.
WARNING: 115 V units have to be operated via a
fail-safe isolating transformer with an earth screen
between the primary and secondary winding.
In case of cord replacement the tool must only be repaired by an
authorized service agent or by qualified electrician.
Mains Plug Replacement
(U.K. & Ireland only)
If a new mains plug needs to be fitted:
• Safely dispose of the old plug.
• Connect the brown lead to the live terminal in the plug.
making repairs. Be sure the trigger switch is in the
OFF position. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Unpacking (fig. A1, B)
• Remove the saw from the packing material carefully using
the carrying handle (10).
• Release the rail lock knob (16), and push the saw head back
to lock it in the rear position.
• Press down the operating handle (11) and pull out the lock
down pin (22), as shown.
• Gently release the downward pressure and allow the arm to
rise to its full height.
Bench mounting (fig. C)
• Holes (25) are provided in all four feet to facilitate bench
mounting.
Two different sized holes are provided to accommodate
different sizes of bolts. Use either hole; it is not necessary
to use both. Bolts with a diameter of 8 mm and 80 mm
in length is suggested. Always mount your saw firmly to
prevent movement. To enhance the portability, the tool can be
mounted to a piece of 12.5 mm or thicker plywood which can
then be clamped to your work support or moved to other job
sites and reclamped.
• When mounting your saw to a piece of plywood, make sure
that the mounting screws do not protrude from the bottom
of the wood.
The plywood must sit flush on the work support. When
clamping the saw to any work surface, clamp only on the
clamping bosses where the mounting screw holes are
located. Clamping at any other point will interfere with the
proper operation of the saw.
• To prevent binding and inaccuracy, be sure the mounting
surface is not warped or otherwise uneven. If the saw rocks
on the surface, place a thin piece of material under one saw
foot until the saw is firm on the mounting surface.
Mounting the saw blade (fig. D1–D4)
• Connect the blue lead to the neutral terminal.
WARNING: No connection is to be made to the earth
terminal.Follow the fitting instructions supplied with
good quality plugs. Recommended fuse: 13 A.
Fitting a Mains Plug to 115 V Units
(U.K. and Ireland Only)
• The plug fitted should be comply with BS EN 60309
(BS4343),
16 Amps, earthing contact position 4h.
WARNING: Always ensure that the cable clamp is
correctly and securely fitted to the sheath of the cable.
Using an Extension Cable
If an extension cable is required, use an approved 3–core
extension cable suitable for the power input of this tool (see
Technical Data).The minimum conductor size is 1.5 mm2; the
maximum length is 30 m.
When using a cable reel, always unwind the cable completely.
ASSEMBLY
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, turn unit
off and disconnect machine from power source
before installing and removing accessories,
before adjusting or changing set-ups or when
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, turn unit
off and disconnect machine from power source
before installing and removing accessories,
before adjusting or changing set-ups or when
making repairs. Be sure the trigger switch is in the
OFF position. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
•N
ever depress the spindle lock button while the
blade is under power or coasting.
• Do not cut light alloy and ferrous metal (containing
iron or steel) or masonry or fibre cement product
with this mitre saw.
• Depress the head lock up release lever (12) to
release the lower guard (2),then raise the lower guard
as far as possible.
• With the lower guard held in the raised position, depress
the spindle lock button (14) with one hand, then use the
supplied
blade spanner (23) in the other hand to loosen the left-hand
threaded blade locking screw (37) by turning clockwise.
WARNING! To use the spindle lock, press the button
as shown and rotate the spindle by hand until you feel
the lock engage.
Continue to hold the lock button in to keep the spindle from
turning.
• Remove the blade locking screw (37) and the outside arbor
collar (38).
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• Install the saw blade (39) onto the blade adaptor (40) seated
directly against the inside arbor collar (41), making sure
that the teeth at the bottom edge of the blade are pointing
toward the back of the saw (away from the operator).
• Replace the outer arbor collar (38).
• Tighten the blade locking screw (37) carefully by turning
counter-clockwise while holding the spindle lock engaged
with your other hand.
WARNING! Be aware the saw blade shall be replaced
in the described way only. Only use saw blades as
specified under Technical Data; Cat.no.: DT4323 is
suggested.
Adjustment
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, turn unit
off and disconnect machine from power source
before installing and removing accessories,
before adjusting or changing set-ups or when
making repairs. Be sure the trigger switch is in the
OFF position. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Your mitre saw was accurately adjusted at the factory. If
readjustment due to shipping and handling or any other reason
is required, follow the steps below to adjust your saw. Once
made, these adjustments should remain accurate.
Checking and adjusting the blade to the fence (fig. E1–E4)
• Release the mitre lever (4) and depress the mitre latch (5) to
release the mitre arm (42).
• Swing the mitre arm until the latch locates it at the 0° mitre
position.
Do not tighten the lever.
• Pull down the head until the blade just enters the saw kerf
(43).
• Place a square (44) against the left side of the fence (3) and
blade (39) (fig. E3).
WARNING: Do not touch the tips of the blade teeth
with the square.
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the screws (45) and move the scale/mitre arm
assembly left or right until the blade is at 90° to the fence as
measured with the square.
• Retighten the screws (45). Pay no attention to the reading of
the mitre pointer at this point.
Adjusting the mitre pointer (fig. E1, E2 & F)
• Release the mitre lever (4) and depress the mitre latch (5) to
release the mitre arm (42).
• Move the mitre arm to set the mitre pointer (46) to the zero
position,
as shown in fig. F.
• With the mitre lever loose, allow the mitre latch to snap into
place as you rotate the mitre arm past zero.
• Observe the pointer (46) and mitre scale (7). If the pointer
does not indicate exactly zero, loosen the screw (47), move
the pointer to read 0° and tighten the screw.
Mitre lock/detent rod adjustment (fig. A1, G)
If the base of the saw can be moved while the mitre lever (4) is
locked,
the mitre lock/detent rod (48) must be adjusted.
• Unlock the mitre lever (4).
• Loosen the lock nut (61) on the miter lock rod.
• Fully tighten the mitre lock/detent rod (48) using a
screwdriver.
Then loosen the rod one turn.
• Check that the table does not move when the lever (4) is
locked at
a random (not preset) angle.
• Tighten lock nut (61).
Checking and adjusting the blade to the table (fig. A2, H1–
H4)
• Loosen the bevel clamp handle (21) and lift the bevel latch
(20) to release the saw arm.
• Move the saw arm until the latch locates it at the 0° bevel
position.
Do not tighten the handle.
• Pull down the head until the blade just enters the saw kerf
(43).
• Block the head saw down with the pin (22).
• Place a set square (44) on the table and up against the blade
(39) (fig. H2).
WARNING: Do not touch the tips of the blade teeth
with the square.
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the nuts (55) and move the saw arm assembly left or
right until the blade is at 90° to the table as measured with
the square.
Retighten the nuts (55).
• If the bevel pointer (50) does not indicate zero on the bevel
scale (15), loosen the screw (51) that secures the pointer and
move the pointer as necessary.
Adjusting the fence (fig. I1 & I2)
The upper part of the fence can be adjusted to provide
clearance, allowing the saw to bevel to a full 48° both left and
right.
To adjust the left fence (3):
• Loosen the plastic knob (52) and slide the fence to the left.
• Make a dry run with the saw switched off and check for
clearance. Adjust the fence to be as close to the blade as
practical to provide maximum workpiece support, without
interfering with the up and down movement of the arm.
• Tighten the knob securely.
To adjust the right fence (8):
• Loosen the plastic knob (53) and slide the fence to the right.
• Proceed as for adjusting the left fence.
WARNING: The guide grooves (54) can become
clogged with sawdust. Use a stick or some low
pressure air to clear the guide grooves.
Adjusting the bevel clamping system (fig. J)
If the saw arm can be moved when the bevel clamp handle (21)
is locked, the clamping sytem must be adjusted.
• Remove the screw (56) holding the handle.
• Lift off the handle and turn it 1/8 turn counterclockwise. Refit
the screw.
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• Check that the saw arm does not move when the bevel
clamp handle (21) is locked at a random (not preset) angle.
Rail guide adjustment (fig. J)
• Regularly check the rails for clearance.
• To reduce clearance, gradually rotate the set screw (57)
clockwise while sliding the saw head back and forth. Adjust
the clearance to be as small as possible without causing any
slide resistance.
OPERATION
Instructions for Use
WARNING: Always observe the safety instructions
and applicable regulations.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious
personal injury, turn tool off and disconnect
tool from power source before making any
adjustments or removing/installing attachments
or accessories. Be sure the trigger switch is in the
OFF position. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Ensure the machine is placed to satisfy your ergonomic
conditions in terms of table height and stability. The machine site
shall be chosen so that the operator has a good overview and
enough free surrounding space around the machine that allows
handling of the workpiece without any restrictions.
To reduce effects of vibration make sure the environment
temperature is not too cold, machine and accessory is well
maintained and the workpiece size is suitable for this machine.
The attention of UK users is drawn to the “woodworking
machines regulations 1974” and any subsequent amendments.
Prior to operation:
• Install the appropriate saw blade. Do not use excessively
worn blades. The maximum rotation speed of the tool must
not exceed that of the saw blade.
• Do not attempt to cut excessively small pieces.
• Allow the blade to cut freely. Do not force.
• Allow the motor to reach full speed before cutting.
• Make sure all locking knobs and clamp handles are tight.
• Secure the workpiece.
• Although this saw will cut wood and many nonferrous
materials,
these operating instructions refer to the cutting of wood only.
The same guide-lines apply to the other materials.
Do not cut ferrous (iron and steel) materials, fibre cement or
masonry with this saw!
• Make sure to use the kerf plate. Do not operate the machine
if the kerf slot is wider than 10 mm.
Switching on and off (fig. K)
A hole (58) is provided in the on/ off switch (1) for insertion of a
padlock to lock the tool.
• To run the tool, press the on/off switch (1).
• To stop the tool, release the switch.
Body and hand position
Proper positioning of your body and hands when operating the
mitre saw will make cutting easier, more accurate and safer.
• Never place your hands near the cutting area.
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• Place your hands no closer than 150 mm from the blade.
• Hold the workpiece tightly to the table and the fence when
cutting. Keep your hands in position until the switch has
been released and the blade has completely stopped.
• Always make dry runs (without power) before finish cuts so
that you can check the path of the blade.
• Do not cross your hands.
• Keep both feet firmly on the floor and maintain proper
balance.
• As you move the saw arm left and right, follow it and stand
slightly to the side of the saw blade.
• Sight through the guard louvres when following a pencil line.
MIter Control (fig. E1)
The mitre lever (4) and mitre latch (5) allows the saw to mitre 60
left and
50 right.
To miter the saw:
• Release the mitre lever (4) and depress the mitre latch (5)
and set the mitre angle desired on the miter scale.
• Push down on the mitre lever (4) to lock the saw table in
place.
Bevel Control (fig. H1, H4)
The bevel latch levers (20) and bevel clamp handle (21) allows
the saw to bevel 48º left and right. Your saw has two bevel latch
levers (20), one on either side of the rear support housing. Only
one needs to be used to move the bevel to either direction. The
bevel clamp handle (21) is on top of the rear support housing.
To bevel the saw:
• Loosen the bevel clamp handle (21). Lift one of the levers
to approximately 45º and set the bevel angle desired on
the bevel scale (15). Two bevel scales are provided for
convenience.
• Lock the bevel clamp handle (21) to lock the bevel in place.
The bevel latch levers (20) can be lifted vertically to override
the common stop angles.
Slide Stop (fig. T)
The slide stop (18) control positions your saws rails so that
the largest possible verticle moldings can be cut. ALWAYS
TIGHTEN THE RAIL LOCK KNOB WHEN USING THE SLIDE
STOP TO PREVENT THE SLIDE SYSTEM FROM MOVING
UNINTENTIONALLY
Rail Lock Knob (fig. A1, T)
The rail lock knob (16) allows you to lock the saw head firmly to
keep it from sliding on the rails. This is necessary when making
certain cuts or when transporting the saw.
Grooving Stop (fig. A1, R)
The grooving stop (17) allows for groove cutting. Flipping the
lever toward the front of the saw and adjusting the thumbscrew
changes the depth of the groove cut. Flipping the lever toward
the rear of the saw bypasses the grooving stop.
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Head Lock Down Pin (fig. A2)
To lock the saw head in the down position, push the head
down, push the pin (22) in and release the saw head. This will
hold the saw head safely down for moving the saw from place
to place. To release, press the saw head down and pull the pin
out.
45° both left and right. If any intermediate angle is required
hold the head firmly and lock by tightening the mitre lever.
• Always ensure that the mitre lever is locked tightly before
cutting.
• Proceed as for a vertical straight cross-cut.
Use of XPSTM LED Worklight System (fig. A1, A2)
NOTE: The mitre saw must be connected to a power source.
The XPSTM LED Worklight System is equipped with an on/off
switch (6). The XPSTM LED Worklight System is independent of
the mitre saw’s trigger switch. The light does not need to be on
in order to operate the saw.
To cut through an existing pencil line on a piece of wood:
1.Turn on the XPSTM system, then pull down on the operating
handle (11) to bring the saw blade close to the wood. The
shadow of the blade will appear on the wood.
2.Align the pencil line with the edge of the blade’s shadow.
You may have to adjust the mitre or bevel angles in order to
match the pencil line exactly.
BASIC SAW CUTS
Vertical straight cross cut (fig. A1 & L)
• Release the mitre lever (4) and depress the mitre latch (5) to
release the mitre arm.
• Engage the mitre latch at the 0° position and tighten the
mitre lever.
• Place the wood to be cut against the fence (3 & 8).
• Take hold of the operating handle (11) and depress the head
lock up release lever (12) to release the head.
• Press the trigger switch (1) to start the motor.
• Depress the head to allow the blade to cut through the
timber and enter the plastic kerf plate (9).
• After completing the cut, release the switch and wait for the
saw blade to come to a complete standstill before returning
the head to its upper rest position.
Performing a sliding cut (fig. A1, M)
The guide rail allows cutting larger workpieces from 76.2 mm
up to
111.8 mm using an out-down-back sliding motion.
• Release the rail lock knob (16).
• Pull the saw head towards you and switch the tool on.
• Lower the saw blade into the workpiece and push the head
back to complete the cut.
• Proceed as described above.
WARNING:
• Do not perform sliding cuts on workpieces smaller
than
76.2 mm.
• Remember to lock the saw head in the rear position
when the sliding cuts are finished.
Mitre cross-cut (fig. A1 & N)
• Release the mitre lever (4) and depress the mitre latch (5).
• Move the arm left or right to the required angle. The mitre
latch will automatically locate at 10°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.62° and
WARNING: When mitring the end of a piece of wood
with a small off-cut, position the wood to ensure that
the off-cut is to the side of the blade with the greater
angle to the fence; i.e. left mitre, off-cut to the right right mitre, off-cut to the left.
Bevel cuts (fig. A1, A2 & O)
Bevel angles can be set from 48° left to 48° right and can be
cut with the mitre arm set between zero and a maximum of 45°
mitre position right or left.
Left bevel
• Slide the upper part of the left side fence (3) to the left as far
as it will go.
• Loosen the bevel clamp handle (21), lift the bevel latch (20)
and set the bevel as desired.
• The bevel latch automatically locates at 22.5°, 33.85° and
45°. If any intermediate angle is required, hold the head
firmly and lock by tightening the bevel clamp handle (21).
• Proceed as for a vertical straight cross-cut.
Right bevel
• Slide the upper part of the right side fence (8) to the right as
far as it will go.
• Proceed as for a left bevel cut.
Quality of cut
The smoothness of any cut depends on a number of variables,
e.g. the material being cut. When smoothest cuts are desired
for moulding and other precision work, a sharp (60 tooth
carbide) blade and a slower,
even cutting rate will produce the desired results.
WARNING: Ensure that the material does not creep
while cutting; clamp itsecurely in place. Always let the
blade come to a full stopbefore raising the arm. If small
fibres of wood still split out atthe rear of the workpiece,
stick a piece of masking tape on thewood where the
cut will be made. Saw through the tape andcarefully
remove tape when finished.
Clamping the workpiece (fig. A6, U)
WARNING: A workpiece that is clamped, balanced
and secure before a cut may become unbalanced
after a cut is completed. An unbalanced load may tip
the saw or anything the saw is attached to, such as
a table or workbench. When making a cut that may
become unbalanced, properly support the workpiece
and ensure the saw is firmly bolted to a stable surface.
Personal injury may occur.
WARNING: The clamp foot must remain clamped
above the base of the saw whenever the clamp is
used. Always clamp the workpiece to the base of the
saw – not to any other part of the work area. Ensure
the clamp foot is not clamped on the edge of the base
of the saw.
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CAUTION: Always use a work clamp to maintain
control and reduce the risk of personal injury and
workpiece damage.
Use the material clamp (30) provided with your saw. The left or
right fence will slide from side to side to aid in clamping. Other
aids such as spring clamps, bar clamps or C-clamps may be
appropriate for certain sizes and shapes of material.
TO INSTALL CLAMP
1.Insert it into the hole behind the fence. The clamp should be
facing toward the back of the mitre saw. The groove on the
clamp rod should be fully inserted into the base. Ensure this
groove is fully inserted into the base of the mitre saw. If the
groove is visible, the clamp will not be secure.
2.Rotate the clamp 180° toward the front of the mitre saw.
3.Loosen the knob to adjust the clamp up or down, then use
the fine adjust knob to firmly clamp the workpiece.
NOTE: Place the clamp on the opposite side of the base when
beveling. ALWAYS MAKE DRY RUNS (UNPOWERED) BEFORE
FINISH CUTS TO CHECK THE PATH OF THE BLADE. ENSURE
THE CLAMP DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH THE ACTION OF
THE SAW OR GUARDS.
Support for long pieces (fig. A5)
• Always support long pieces.
• For best results, use the extension work support (29) to
extend the table width of your saw (available from your
dealer as an option). Support long workpieces using any
convenient means such as
saw-horses or similar devices to keep the ends from
dropping.
Cutting picture frames, shadow boxes & other four sided
projects (fig. P1 & P2)
Trim moulding and other frames
Try a few simple projects using scrap wood until you develop
a “feel” for your saw. Your saw is the perfect tool for mitring
corners like the one shown in fig. P1. The joint shown has been
made using either bevel adjustment.
-Using mitre adjustment
The same cut can be made by mitring right and left with the
broad surface against the fence.
The two sketches (fig. P1 & P2) are for four side objects only. As
the number of sides changes, so do the mitre and bevel angles.
The chart below gives the proper angles for a variety of shapes,
assuming that all sides are of equal length. For a shape that is
not shown in the chart,
divide 180° by the number of sides to determine the mitre or
bevel angle.
Angle mitre or bevel
45°
36°
30°
25.7°
22.5°
20°
18°
Compound mitre (fig. Q1 & Q2)
A compound mitre is a cut made using a mitre angle (fig. P2)
and a bevel angle (fig. P1) at the same time. This is the type of
cut used to make frames or boxes with slanting sides like the
one shown in fig. Q1.
ARNING: If the cutting angle varies from cut to
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cut, check that the bevel clamp knob and the mitre
lock knob are securely tightened. These knobs must
be tightened after making any changes in bevel or
mitre (fig. Q1 & Q2).
• The chart shown below will assist you in selecting the proper
bevel and mitre settings for common compound mitre cuts.
To use the chart, select the desired angle “A” (fig. Q2) of your
project and locate that angle on the appropriate arc in the
chart. From that point follow the chart straight down to find
the correct bevel angle and straight across to find the correct
mitre angle.
• Set your saw to the prescribed angles and make a few trial
cuts.
• Practice fitting the cut pieces together.
• Example: To make a 4 sided box with 25° exterior angles
(angle “A”) (fig. Q2), use the upper right arc. Find 25° on the
arc scale. Follow the horizontal intersecting line to either
side to get the mitre angle setting on the saw (23°). Likewise
follow the vertical intersecting line to the top or bottom to get
the bevel angle setting on the saw (40°). Always try cuts on a
few scrap pieces of wood to verify the settings on the saw.
SQUARE BOX
6 SIDED BOX
8 SIDED BOX
SET THIS BEVEL ANGLE ON SAW
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ANGLE OF SIDE OF BOX (ANGLE"A")
-Using bevel adjustment
The bevel for the two boards is adjusted to 45° each, producing
a 90° corner. The mitre arm is locked in the zero position. The
wood is positioned with the broad flat side against the table and
the narrow edge against the fence.
No. of sides
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SET THIS MITER ANGLE ON SAW
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Cutting base mouldings
The cutting of base moulding is performed at a 45° bevel angle.
• Always make a dry run without power before making any
cuts.
• All cuts are made with the back of the moulding laying flat on
the saw.
Inside corner
-Left side
• Position the moulding with top of the moulding against the
fence.
• Save the left side of the cut.
-Right side
• Position the moulding with the bottom of the moulding
against the fence.
• Save the left side of the cut.
Outside corner
-Left side
• Position the moulding with the bottom of the moulding
against the fence.
• Save the right side of the cut.
-Right side
• Position the moulding with top of the moulding against the
fence.
• Save the right side of the cut.
Cutting crown mouldings
The cutting of crown moulding is performed in a compound
mitre. In order to achieve extreme accuracy, your saw has
pre-set angle positions at 31.62° mitre and 33.85° bevel. These
settings are for standard crown mouldings with 52° angles at
the top and 38° angles at the bottom.
• Make test cuts using scrap material before doing the final
cuts.
• All cuts are made in a left bevel and with the back of the
moulding against the base.
Inside corner
-Left side
• Top of the moulding against the fence.
• Mitre right.
• Save the left side of the cut.
-Right side
• Bottom of the moulding against the fence.
• Mitre left.
• Save the left side of the cut.
Outside corner
-Left side
• Bottom of the moulding against the fence.
• Mitre left.
• Save the right side of the cut.
-Right side
• Top of the moulding against the fence.
• Mitre right.
• Save the right side of the cut.
Grooving (fig. R)
Your saw is equipped with a grooving stop (17) and thumbscrew
(59) to allow for groove cutting.
• Flip the grooving stop (17) towards the front of the saw.
• Adjust the thumbscrew (59) to set the depth of the groove
cut. It might be necessary to release the lock nut (60) first.
• Place a piece of scrap material of approx. 5 cm between
fence and workpiece in order to perform a straight groove
cut.
Special Set-up for Wide Crosscuts (fig. A1, S1, S2)
Your saw can cut very wide (up to 391 mm) workpieces when a
special set up is used. To set the saw up for these workpieces,
follow these steps:
• Remove both left and right sliding fences from the saw and
set aside. To remove them, unscrew the fence knobs several
turns and slide each fence outward. Adjust and lock the
miter control so that it is at
0 degrees miter.
• Remove backfence screws (64) from right rear foot and
install them into the right hand fence (62) screw holes.
WARNING: Do not cut material using the special
setup without properly installing the backfence screws
(64), otherwise the material will not be supported
properly and may cause loss of control and possible
injury.
• Make a platform using a piece of 38 mm thick particleboard
or similar flat strong 38 mm thick wood to the dimensions:
368 x 660 mm. The platform must be flat otherwise the
material could move during cutting and cause injury.
• Mount the 368 x 660 mm platform to the saw using
four 76.2 mm long wood screws (64) through the holes
in the base fence. Four screws must be used to properly
secure the material. When the special set up is used, the
platform will be cut into two pieces. Ensure the screws are
tightened properly otherwise material could loosen and
cause injury. Ensure the platform is firmly flat on the table,
against the fence, and centered evenly from left to right.
WARNING: Ensure the saw is mounted firmly to a
stable flat surface. Failure to do so could cause the
saw to be unstable and fall causing personal injury.
• Place the workpiece to be cut on top of the platform
mounted to the table. Ensure the workpiece is firmly against
the backfence.
• Secure the material before cutting. Cut slowly through the
material using a out-down-and-back motion. Failure to
clamp securely or cut slowly could result in the material
coming loose and causing injury.
After several cuts are made at various miter angles other than
0º, the platform may weaken and not properly support the work.
Install a new, unused platform to the saw after presetting the
desired miter angle.
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WARNING: Continued use of a platform with several
kerfs may cause loss of material control and possible
injury.
Dust extraction (fig. A2 & A3)
• Fit the dustbag (27) onto the dust spout (26).
WARNING: Blow dirt and dust out of the main
housing with dry air as often as dirt is seen collecting
in and around the air vents. Wear approved eye
protection and approved dust mask when performing
this procedure.
WARNING: Never use solvents or other harsh
chemicals for cleaning the non-metallic parts of the
tool. These chemicals may weaken the materials used
in these parts. Use a cloth dampened only with water
and mild soap. Never let any liquid get inside the tool;
never immerse any part of the tool into a liquid.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, regularly
clean the table top.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, regularly
clean the dust collection system.
WARNING! Whenever possible, connect a dust
extraction device designed in accordance with the
relevant regulations regarding dust emission.
Saw blades
To obtain the stated cutting capacities, always use 250 mm saw
blades with 30 mm arbor holes.
Transporting (fig. A1, A2 & B)
In order to conveniently carry the mitre saw, a carrying handle
(10) has been included on the top of the saw arm.
• To transport the saw, lower the head and depress the lock
down pin (22).
• Lock the rail lock knob with the saw head in the front
position, lock the mitre arm in the full left mitre angle, slide
the fence (3 & 8) completely inward and lock the bevel lever
(20) with the saw head in the vertical position to make the
tool as compact as possible.
• Always use the carrying handle (10) or the hand indentations
(24) shown in fig. B to transport the saw.
MAINTENANCE
Your DeWALT power tool has been designed to operate over a
long period of time with a minimum of maintenance. Continuous
satisfactory operation depends upon proper tool care and
regular cleaning.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, turn unit
off and disconnect machine from power source
before installing and removing accessories,
before adjusting or changing set-ups or when
making repairs. Be sure the trigger switch is in the
OFF position. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Lubrication
Your power tool requires no additional lubrication.
WORKLIGHT CLEANING
• Carefully clean sawdust and debris from worklight lens with
a cotton swab. Dust build-up can block the worklight and
prevent it from accurately indicating the line of cut.
• DO NOT use solvents of any kind; they may damage the
lens.
• With blade removed from saw, clean pitch and build-up from
blade.
Optional Accessories (fig. A5, A6)
WARNING: Since accessories, other than those
offered by DeWALT, have not been tested with
this product, use of such accessories with this tool
could be hazardous. To reduce the risk of injury, only
DeWALT, recommended accessories should be used
with this product.
SAW BLADES: ALWAYS USE 250 mm SAW BLADES WITH
30 mm ARBOUR HOLES. SPEED RATING MUST BE AT
LEAST 4000 RPM. Never use a smaller diameter blade. It will
not be guarded properly. Use crosscut blades only! Do not use
blades designed for ripping, combination blades or blades with
hook angles in excess of 5°.
BLADE DESCRIPTIONS
APPLICATION
DIAMETER
TEETH
Construction Saw Blades (thin kerf with anti-stick rim)
General Purpose
250 mm
40
Fine Crosscuts
250 mm
60
Woodworking Saw Blades (provide smooth, clean cuts)
Fine crosscuts
250 mm
80
Consult your dealer for further information on the appropriate
accessories.
Cleaning
Before use, carefully check the upper blade guard, movable
lower blade guard as well as the dust extraction tube to
determine that it will operate properly. Ensure that chips, dust
or workpiece particle cannot lead to blockage of one of the
functions.
In case of workpiece fragments jammed between saw blade and
guards disconnect the machine from the power supply and follow
the instructions given in section Mounting the Saw Blade.
Remove the jammed parts and reassembling the saw blade.
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Protecting the Environment
Separate collection. Products and batteries marked
with this symbol must not be disposed of with normal
household waste.
Products and batteries contain materials that can be recovered or
recycled reducing the demand for raw materials. Please recycle
electrical products and batteries according to local provisions.
Further information is available at www.2helpU.com.
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