Grizzly C1394 Carbide Tipped Quarter Bead Stile & Rail Set Owner Manual

Grizzly C1394 Carbide Tipped Quarter Bead Stile & Rail Set Owner Manual
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
C1393-96, C1651
STILE AND RAIL SETS
Introduction
Deluxe carbide-tipped Stile and Rail bits in a number of classic and contemporary styles, offer excellent performance for the serious woodworker or
cabinetmaker working with stile and rail materials,
ranging from 3⁄4" to 7⁄8" widths. Two-piece router bit
sets enable you to increase productivity by keeping
two routers pre-adjusted.
• Failure to follow these guidelines will result in
serious personal injury.
• ALWAYS WEAR ANSI APPROVED EYE AND EAR
PROTECTION when using this bit.
• Always use a router table when using these bits,
Never attempt to use a hand-held router.
• Never feed lumber with the rotation of the cutter.
• Follow the safety guidelines set forth by the
manufacturer of the router and router table.
Although these bits can be used hand-held with
proper jigs and fixtures, we recommend using them
in a router table, such as the Rebel® Router Table by
Woodstock International.
To get the most from these carbide-tipped stile
and rail bits:
Stile and Rail Set
These router bits have sharp edges. Use care
while removing the waxy protective coating. Never
turn on the router with the protective coating still
on the bit.
• Unplug router before installing or adjusting
cutter.
• Keep all guards and anti-kickback devices in
place.
• Double check bit to insure it is tight and
secure in router.
• Always inspect lumber and other wood materials
for cracks, knots, or other imperfections that
could cause lumber to kick or shatter while milling.
For maximum efficiency, secure each bit in a
router and plan all of your cuts to minimize bit
changes (or keep each bit in a separate router).
2.
Adjust the router and
3.
bit in your router
table, so the
bit offers a
full profile in
addition to
about 1⁄8" of
indentation
on the front
edge of the
material. You will be milling your
material back side up, so the indentation
will be at table level. (See the illustration to the
-1right.) FENCE
1.
Once the bit is properly adjusted and tightened
in place, use a length of surplus material that is
the same thickness as your workpiece for a
test cut. If you are satisfied with your results,
continue with your project material.engagement
to ensure an equal depth of cut.
A ball bearing is supplied with these router bits
which allow the use of templates for curved work
as seen to the right.
Always disconnect power to
the machine when setting up
or making adjustments.
Failure to do this may result
in serious personal injury.
Using a template:
1.
The template
should
be the
same
size as
the
expected
finished
panel.
2.
The curved portion of the workpiece should
be rough cut so that no more than 1⁄8" protrudes beyond the template.
3.
The fence and miter must be removed when
using a template. A starting pin or block must
be installed as shown in Figure 2.
The process for completing your rail end cuts is
roughly the same as those for your stile and rail
cuts. The main concern is ensuring that the amount
of reveal at the front edge of your rail matches the
cuts made in your stiles.
To complete your end rail cuts:
Adjust your router and
bit, as described
earlier,
and
make
a test
cut
with
the surplus material.
FENCE
1.
2.
Join the test cut with your previous cuts and
check the joint to determine flushness.
3.
Re-adjust and re-test until you are satisfied with
your results.
4.
When satisfied with the results tighten the router
and cut your project material.
Figure 2. Start block for template cutting.
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