DeWalt D27105 Technical data

DeWalt D27105 Technical data
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D27105
D27105V
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Copyright DEWALT
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A6
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C1
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C2
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C3
C4
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F1
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G4
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M1
M2
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69
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M3
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M4
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68
2mm
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3-8mm
N1
M5
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105
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108
N2
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P1
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P2
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Q3
Q4
9
122
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R2
R1
11
10
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124
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126
7
80
127
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125
81
R3
S1
91
79
80
S3
S2
10
T1
T2
T3
90°
A
U1
T4
45°
U2
U3
23
0°-45°
V1
V2
11
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W1
W2
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Y1
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Y2
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Y3
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FLIP-OVER SAW D27105, D27105V
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.
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Technical data
Type
Voltage
Power input
Power output
Max. blade speed
Blade diameter
Blade bore
Blade body thickness
Riving knife thickness
Automatic blade brake time
Weight
U.K. & Ireland
V
W
W
min-1
mm
mm
mm
mm
s
kg
D27105/D27105V
3
115
1730
860
3500
305
30
3.2
2.5
< 10
42
left
right
left
right
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
48°
48°
48°
2°
205
160
90
60
60
Cutting capacities
Mitre saw mode
Mitre (max. positions)
Bevel (max. positions)
Max. crosscut capacity at 90°
Max. mitre cut capacity at 45°
Max. depth of cut 90°
Max. depth of bevel cut 45°
Max. depth of cut at 45° bevel, 45° mitre
16 Amperes
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
D27105/ D27105V
Saw bench mode
Max. ripping capacity left/right
Depth of cut at 90°
Depth of cut at 45°
mm
mm
mm
120/320
80
56
LPA
KPA
LWA
KWA
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
95.0
3.0
106.0
3.0
(sound pressure)
(sound pressure uncertainty)
(sound power)
(sound power uncertainty)
115 V tools
NOTE: This device is intended for the connection to a power supply system
with maximum permissible system impedance Zmax of 0.25 Ω at the
interface point (power service box) of user’s supply.
DEWALT declares that these products described under “technical data” are
in compliance with:
2006/42/EC, EN 61029-1, EN 61029-2-11.
These products also comply with Directive 2004/108/EC. 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.
Vibration total values (triax vector sum) determined according to EN 61029:
Vibration emission value ah
ah =
Uncertainty K =
m/s²
m/s²
2.1
1.5
The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has been
measured in accordance with a standardised test given in EN 61029 and
may be used to compare one tool with another. It may be used for a
preliminary assessment of exposure.
Horst Grossmann
Vice President Engineering and Product Development
DEWALT, Richard-Klinger-Straße 11,
D-65510, Idstein, Germany
29.12.2009
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.
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Safety Instructions
WARNING! 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) earth-leakage 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.
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 than those
recommended in this instruction manual may present a risk of
personal injury.
21. Have your tool repaired by a qualified person.
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.
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.
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 heat-resistant 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.
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.
Additional safety rules for mitre saws
• Make sure all locking knobs and clamp handles are tight before starting
any operation.
• Do not operate the machine without the guard in position, or if the
guard does not function or is not maintained properly.
• 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.
• Select the correct blade for the material to be cut.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work when the machine is
still running and the head is not in the rest position.
• The front section of the guard is louvred for visibility while cutting.
Although the louvres dramatically reduce flying debris, there are
openings in the guard and safety glasses should be worn at all times
when viewing through the louvres.
• Never cut workpiece shorter than 20 mm.
• Without additional support the machine is designed to accept the
maximum workpiece size of:
– Height 63 mm by width 205 mm by length 500 mm
– Longer workpieces need to be supported by suitable additional
table, e.g. DE3474. Always clamp the workpiece safely.
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.
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Additional safety rules for saw benches
• Make sure that the blade rotates in the correct direction and the teeth
are pointing to the front of the saw bench.
• Make sure all locking knobs and clamp handles are tight before starting
any operation.
• Be sure all blade and flanges are clean and the recessed sides of the
collar are against the blade. Tighten the arbor nut securely.
• Use correctly sharpened saw blades. Observe the maximum speed
mark on the saw blade
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• Never operate the saw without the upper and lower guards in place.
• Never place either hand in the blade area when the saw is connected to
the electrical power source.
• Disconnect the saw from the mains before changing blades or carrying
out maintenance.
• Use a push stick at all times, and ensure that you do not place hands
closer than 150 mm from the saw blade while cutting.
• Do not attempt to operate on anything but the designated voltage.
• Do not apply lubricants to the blade when it is running.
• Do not reach around behind the saw blade.
• Always keep the push stick in its place when not in use.
• Do not stand on top of the unit.
• During transportation make sure that the upper part of the saw blade is
covered, e.g. by the guard.
• Do not use the guard for handling or transportation.
• Rebating, slotting or grooving is not allowed.
• Ensure riving knife is adjusted correctly. Never cut without riving knife
assembled.
Never cut work-piece smaller than 30 mm.
• Without additional support the machine is designed to accept the
maximum workpiece size of:
– Height 81 mm by width 400 mm by length 600 mm
– Longer workpieces need to be supported by suitable additional
table, e.g. D271055 or D271058.
Additional safety rules for flip-over saws
• Ensure that the arm is securely fixed in the working position in the
bench sawing mode.
• Ensure that the arm is securely fixed when bevelling in the bench saw
mode.
• Do not use saw blades with a body thickness greater or a width of
tooth smaller than the thickness of the riving knife.
• Make sure the machine is placed on an even surface with sufficient
stability.
• Do not use abrasive or diamond disc.
• In case of an accident or machine failure immediately switch the
machine off and disconnect from power source.
Report the failure and mark the machine in suitable form to prevents
other persons from use the defective machine.
• When the saw blade is blocked due to abnormal feed force during
cutting, turn the machine off and disconnect it from power supply.
Remove the workpiece and ensure that the saw blade runs free. Turn
the machine on and start new cutting operation with reduced feed
force.
• 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
• Do not use the machine without the legs mounted.
• Make sure your position is always left or right of the cutting line.
• Provide adequate general or localized lighting.
• Ensure the operator is adequately trained in the use, adjustment and
operation of the machine.
• Switch the machine off when unattended.
• A laser to indicate the cutting line is supplied with the D27107V, the
laser is of class 2 according to EN 60825-1. Do not replace a laser
diode with a different type. If damaged, have the laser repaired by an
authorised repair agent.
• 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;
• Ensure the table is correctly locked when changing the saw mode.
-– correct adjustment of the saw blade,
• Never saw ferrous or non-ferrous materials when ripping in the bench
saw mode.
-– dust extractor with air velocity not less than 20 m/s.
• Before using any accessory consult the instruction manual. The
improper use of an accessory can cause damage.
Ensure that the local extraction as well as hoods, baffles and chutes are
properly adjusted.
• Never cut light alloy, especially magnesium.
• Observe the maximum speed marked on the saw blade.
• Use a holder or wear gloves when handling a saw blade.
• Ensure that the blade rotates in the correct direction. Keep the blade
sharp.
• The max. allowable speed of the saw blade must always be equal to or
greater than the no-load speed of the tool specified on the nameplate.
• Do not use saw blades that do not conform to the dimensions stated in
the technical data. Do not use any spacers to make a blade fit onto the
spindle. Use only the blades specified in this manual, complying with
EN 847-1.
• Consider applying specially designed noise-reduction blades.
• Do not use HSS blades.
• Do not use cracked or damaged saw blades.
• After completing the cut, release the switch and wait for the saw blade
to come to a complete stillstand before returning the head to its upper
rest position.
• Ensure that the arm is securely fixed when performing bevel cuts.
• 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 the arm is raised.
The guard can be raised by hand when installing or removing saw
blades or for inspection of the saw. Never raise the blade guard
manually unless the saw is switched off.
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 are of influence to noise production:
• The material to be cut
• The type of saw blade
• The feed force
The following factors increase the risk of breathing problems:
• No dust extractor connected when sawing wood
• Insufficient dust extraction caused by uncleaned exhaust filters
• Worn saw blade
• Workpiece not exactly guided
• Keep the surrounding area of the machine well maintained and free of
loose materials, e.g. chips and cut-offs.
• Check periodically that the motor air slots are clean and free of chips.
• Disconnect the machine from the mains before carrying out any
maintenance work or when changing the blade.
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Description (fig. A1 - A11)
Markings on Tool
The following pictograms are shown on the tool:
Read instruction manual before use.
Wear ear protection.
Wear eye protection.
Carrying Point
Hands Away
O/I
When using the machine in the mitre saw mode, make
sure to operate the trigger switch in the handle when
switching ON and OFF. Do not operate the switchbox
in this mode. The ON/OFF switch located to machine
frame is foreseen for table saw mode only.
When using the machine in the mitre saw mode, make
sure the riving knife is secured in its rest position.
Never use as mitre saw when the guard is not in place.
DATE CODE POSITION (FIG. A1)
The Date Code (143), which also includes the year of manufacture, is printed
into the housing.
Example:
2010 XX XX
Year of Manufacture
Package contents
The package contains:
1 Partly assembled machine
1 Box containing:
1 Top guard for bench saw position
1 Under-table guard for mitre saw position
4 Legs
2 Wheels
4 Feet
1 Parallel fence
1 Instruction manual
1 Exploded drawing
• 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.
A1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
142
143
On/off switch (saw bench mode)
Table release lever
Rotating table clamp
Mitre saw table
Rotating table
Fence right-hand side
Fence left-hand side
Moveable lower blade guard
Guard release lever
Operating handle
Circuit breaker reset button
Date code
A2
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Operating handle
Trigger switch (mitre saw mode)
Fixed upper blade guard
Dust extraction adapter
Wheel
Leg
Foot
Bevel clamp handle
A3
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Bevel clamp handle
Height adjuster
Saw bench table
Riving knife
Upper blade guard
Parallel fence
Push stick
Optional accessories
A4
For use in mitre saw mode:
30 Fence insert (DE7120)
A5
31
32
33
34
35
36
Adjustable stand 760 mm (max. height) (DE3474)
Support guide rails 1,000 mm (DE3494)
Support guide rails 500 mm (DE3491)
Inclinable support (DE3495)
Swivelling stop (DE3462)
Length stop for short workpieces (to be used with guide rails [33])
(DE3460)
37 Support with removable stop (DE3495)
38 Support with stop removed (DE3495)
39 Material clamp (D271051)
A6
40 Roller support table (DE3497)
For use in saw bench mode:
A7
41 Mitre fence (D271052)
A8
42 Extension table (D271058)
A9
43 Sliding table (D271055)
Push sticks (DE3454) (not shown)
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For use in all modes:
A10
44 Three way dust extraction kit (D271054)
A11
144 Laser
INTENDED USE
Your DEWALT D27105 flip-over saw has been designed to operate as a
mitre saw or a saw bench to perform the four main sawing operations of
ripping, cross-cutting, bevelling and mitring easily, accurately and safely.
• Lift the machine out of the box.
• Remove the parts box from the interior of the machine.
• Remove any remaining packing material from the machine.
Mounting the feet (fig. B, B1)
With the feet and legs mounted, alternatively the machine is suitable for
placement on a workbench. To ensure a safe operation, the machine must
be fastened to the workbench.
WARNING! Do never operate this machine when it is not
fastened to the workbench. The feed force will make the saw
unstable if not fastened to the workbench.
This unit is designed for use with a nominal blade diameter 305 mm carbide
tip blade for professional cutting wood, wood products and plastics.
• Turn the machine upside down
DO NOT use under wet conditions or in presence of flammable liquids or
gases.
• Slide a nut (52) into the slots (53) located above the mounting locations
These flip over 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.
Mitre saw mode
In mitre saw mode, the sawing machine is used in vertical, mitre or bevel
position.
Saw bench mode
Turned over on its central axis, the sawing machine is used to perform
the standard ripping operation and for sawing wide pieces by manually
feeding the workpiece into the blade.
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 EN 61029;
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.
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. When using a cable reel, always
unwind the cable completely.
ASSEMBLY
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.
Unpacking the machine and its parts.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, always seek assistance
when moving the machine.
• Place a foot (16) on each of the mounting locations (51) on the base
• Insert a bolt (54) fitted with a washer (55) into the feet
• Tighten the bolts
• Mount the legs as described below.
• Fold the legs as described below
• Turn the machine straight up
• Insert a bolt of 8 mm and 120 mm minimum length (49) into the feet on
each mounting location (fig. B1).
• Tighten the bolts
Mounting the legs (fig. C1 & C2)
With the legs mounted, the machine is suitable for stand-alone placement.
• Turn the machine upside down.
• Mount the legs as described below. Beware that the front legs and the
rear legs have different lengths. The rear legs are slightly longer than
the front legs. Make sure to mount the legs in the correct place.
• Turn the machine straight up. Make sure it is level; adjust the leg
clamping height if required.
Rear legs
• Present a leg (15) to each of the mounting points (56) located at the
lower edges on the inside of the base (fig. C1).
• Pass a coach bolt (57) from the outside through the holes into the
frame and the legs.
• Place a bracket (58) and a lock knob (59) onto the bolts.
• Tighten the lock knobs.
Front legs
• Present a leg (15) to each of the mounting points (56) located at the
upper edges on the inside of the base (fig. C2).
• Place a bracket (58) over the legs.
• Pass a coach bolt (57) from the inside through the holes into the
brackets, the legs and frame.
• Place a lock knob (59) onto the bolts.
• Tighten the lock knobs.
Folding the legs (fig. C3)
The legs can be folded into the base to make the machine suitable for use
on a workbench.
• Turn the machine upside down.
• Loosen the lock knob (59) of the first leg (15).
• Fold the leg inwards.
• Tighten the lock knob.
• Repeat as for the other legs.
• Turn the machine straight up.
Mounting the wheels (fig. D)
• Place a wheel (14) onto the axles (60) on each side of the machine.
• Place a flat washer (61) and a nut (62) onto the threaded end of the axles.
• Tighten the nuts using the spanner supplied.
• Remove the loose packaging material from the box.
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Assembly for mitre saw mode
Mounting the under-table guard (fig. E)
The under-table guard (63) is fitted to the top of the saw bench table.
• Place the two fasteners on the left of the guard into the slots (64) on
the left of the blade slot (65). Turn the plastic screws counterclockwise.
• Place the guard flat on the table and press the fastener in the slot (66)
on the right of the blade slot. Turn the plastic screw counterclockwise.
• To remove, turn the screws clockwise and remove the guard.
Turning the sawhead and table over (fig. F1 - F4)
• Withhold the saw table (19) with one hand and push the table release
lever (2) to the right (fig. F1).
• Push the table downwards at the front (fig. F2) and swing it over
completely until the motor assembly is uppermost and the plate (67)
engages in the table locking device (68) (fig. F3).
• Push the release lever (69) to the rear whilst holding down the head
until the spring-loaded bearing unit (70) can be lifted out of its seating
(fig. F4).
• Flip the bearing unit up.
• Holding the head firmly, allow the spring pressure to take the head
upwards into its rest position.
Mounting the saw blade (fig. G1 - G4)
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.
• Always change blades with the machine in mitre saw mode.
• Never depress the spindle lock button while the blade is under
power or coasting.
• Do not cut ferrous metal (containing iron or steel) or masonry or
fibre cement product with this mitre saw.
• The teeth of a new blade are very sharp and can be dangerous.
Checking and adjusting the blade to the fence (fig. H1 - H3)
• Loosen the mitre knob (79) and depress the mitre latch (80) to release
the rotating table (5) (fig. H1).
• Swing the rotating table until the latch locates it at the 0° mitre position.
Do not tighten the knob.
• Pull down the head until the blade just enters the saw kerf (81).
• Place a square (82) against the left side (7) of the fence and blade (76)
(fig. H2).
WARNING: Do not touch the tips of the blade teeth with the
square.
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the screws (83) (fig. H3) and move the scale/rotating table
assembly left or right until the blade is at 90° to the fence as measured
with the square (fig. H2).
• Retighten the screws (83) (fig. H3). Pay no attention to the reading of
the mitre pointer at this point.
Adjusting the mitre pointer (fig. H1 & H4)
• Loosen the mitre knob (79) and depress the mitre latch (80) to release
the rotating table (5) (fig. H1).
• With the mitre knob loose, allow the mitre latch to snap into place as
you rotate the mitre arm past zero.
• Observe the pointer (84) and mitre scale (85) (fig. H4). If the pointer
does not indicate exactly zero, loosen the screw (86), move the pointer
to read 0° and tighten the screw.
Checking and adjusting the blade to the table (fig. I1 - I3)
• Loosen the bevel clamp knob (17) (fig. I1).
• Press the saw head to the right to ensure it is fully vertical and tighten
the bevel clamp handle.
• Pull down the head until the blade just enters the saw kerf (81).
• Place a set square (82) on the table and up against the blade (76) (fig. I2).
WARNING: Do not touch the tips of the blade teeth with the
square.
• Always change blades with the machine in mitre mode.
• Depress the head lock up release lever (9) to release the lower
guard (8),then raise the lower guard as far as possible (Fig. G1).
• With the lower guard held in the raised position, depress the spindle
lock button (74) with one hand, then use the supplied blade spanner
in the other hand to loosen the left-hand threaded blade locking screw
(73) 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 (74,
fig. G1).
• Remove the blade locking screw (73) and the outside arbor collar (75).
• Install the saw blade (76) onto the shoulder (77) provided on the
inside arbor collar (78), 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 (75).
• Tighten the blade locking screw (73) carefully by turning counterclockwise while holding the spindle lock engaged with your other hand.
• Raise the lower guard.
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.: DT4260 is suggested.
Adjustments for mitre saw mode
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.
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• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the bevel clamp knob (17) (fig. I1) and turn the vertical position
adjustment stop screw (87) (fig. I3) in or out until the blade is at 90° to
the table as measured with the square (fig. I2).
• If the bevel pointer (88) does not indicate zero on the bevel scale (89),
loosen the screw (90) that secures the pointer and move the pointer as
necessary (fig. I3).
Adjusting the fence (fig. J)
The upper part of the left side of the fence can be adjusted to the left to
provide clearance, allowing the saw to bevel to a full 48° left. To adjust the
fence (7):
• Loosen the fence clamping knob (91) and slide the upper part of the
side 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.
WARNING: The guide groove (92) can become clogged with
sawdust. Use a stick or some low pressure air to clear the guide
groove.
Checking and adjusting the bevel angle (fig. I1, J K & L)
• Loosen the fence clamping knob (91) and slide the upper part of the
side fence to the left as far as it will go (fig. J).
• Loosen the bevel clamp knob (17) (fig. I1) and with the intermediate
bevel position stop (93) turned aside move the saw arm to the left until
the angle position stop (94) rests against the bevel position adjustment
stop (95) (fig. K). This is the 45° bevel position.
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• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Turn the bevel position adjustment stop screw (95) in or out as
necessary until the pointer (88) indicates 45° with the angle position
stop resting against the bevel position adjustment stop.
Checking and adjusting the intermediate bevel angle (fig. I1, J & L)
The intermediate bevel angle is preset at 30°, enabling a quick setting for
the cutting of crown moulding.
• Loosen the fence clamping knob (91) and slide the upper part of the
side fence to the left as far as it will go (fig. J).
• Loosen the bevel clamp knob (17) (fig. I1) and with the intermediate
bevel position stop (93) turned into place move the saw arm to the left
until the angle position adjustment stop (96) rests on the intermediate
bevel position stop (93) (fig. L). This is the 30° bevel position.
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Turn the bevel position adjustment stop screw (96) in or out as
necessary until the pointer (88) indicates 30° with the bevel position
adjustment stop resting on the intermediate bevel position stop.
Assembly for saw bench mode
Changing from mitre saw to saw bench mode (fig. A1, M1 - M5)
• Put the blade into 0° cross-cut position with the rotating table clamp (3)
secured (fig. A1).
• Slacken the riving knife clamp knob (97) just enough to allow the riving
knife to enter the mounting slot (fig. M1).
• Remove the riving knife (20) from its storage position in the inside of the
base.
• Depress the guard release lever (9) to release the blade guard (8),
then raise the blade guard as far as possible (fig. A1).
• Slide the riving knife bracket (98) into the mounting slot (99) (fig. M1).
Tighten the clamp knob.
• Push the lever (100) to allow the spring loaded upper part of the fence (7)
to rest against the rotating table (fig. M2)
• Pull down the sawhead.
• Push the release lever (69) to the rear (fig. M3).
• Push the bearing unit (70) down until notches (101) engage in the
locations (102) (fig. M3).
WARNING: The blade should not foul the lower blade guard.
• Pull the table release lever (2) to the right, lift the front edge of the table
(4) fig. M4) and flip it back through 180° until the plate of the tablelocking device (68) automatically engages the latch of the table locking
device to secure it in the saw bench mode (fig. M5).
• Remove the under-table guard.
Adjusting the riving knife (fig. N1 & N2)
WARNING: When adjustments to the riving knife (20) are to be
made, it is best to rotate the unit in mitre saw mode (fig. N2).
Proceed as described in the section “Changing from saw bench
to mitre saw mode”.
The correct position is for the top of the riving knife to be no more than 2 mm
below the highest tooth of the blade and the body of the radius to be a
maximum of 3 - 8 mm from the tips of the saw blade teeth (fig. N1).
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Slacken the bolts (104) to adjust the horizontal position of the riving knife.
• Slacken the bolts (103) to adjust the vertical position of the riving knife.
• Securely tighten the bolts.
Fitting the upper blade guard (fig. O)
The upper blade guard (21) is designed to be quickly and easily attached
to the riving knife (20) once the machine has been set up for saw bench mode.
• Loosen the wingnut (105).
• Holding the guard vertically, align the slot in the rear of the guard with
the riving knife.
• Lower the guard over the riving knife (20), making sure that the shaft of
the bolt enters the recess.
• Turn the guard into horizontal position, which will lock the guard to the
riving knife by the locating screw (106).
• Tighten the wingnut.
WARNING: Never use your saw in saw bench mode without
the upper guard correctly fitted.
Mounting and adjusting the parallel fence (fig. P1 - P5)
The parallel fence (22) can be mounted on either side of the blade.
• Slide the bracket (107) on from the left or the right (fig. P1).
The clamping plate engages behind the front edge of the table.
• Slide the fence up against the blade.
• Push the lever (108) down to secure the fence in place.
• Check that the fence is parallel to the blade.
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the lock knobs (109) and slide the fence backwards in order to
obtain access to the adjustment bolts (110) in the top of the fence (fig. P2).
• Using the spanner, loosen the adjustment bolts fastening the fence
bracket to the fence support.
• Adjust the fence so that it is parallel to the blade by checking the
distance between the blade and the fence at the front and rear of the
blade.
• When the adjustment has been carried out, re-tighten the adjustment
bolts and check again that the fence is parallel to the blade.
• Check that the pointer (111) indicates zero on the scale (fig. P3). If the
pointer does not indicate exactly zero, loosen the screw (112),
move the pointer to read 0° and tighten the screw.
The default set-up of the fence is to the right-hand side of the blade.
To prepare the fence for use to the left-hand side of the blade, proceed as
follows (fig. P4):
• Remove the lock knobs (109).
• Slide the fence profile (113) out of the clamping support.
• Turn the clamping support (114) round and re-fit the lock knobs.
• Slide the fence onto the clamping support.
• Tighten the knobs.
The fence is reversible: the workpiece can be guided along the 75 mm or
along the 11 mm face to allow the use of a push stick when ripping thin
workpieces (fig P5).
• To set for 11 mm, loosen the fence clamping knobs (109) and slide the
fence (113) out of the clamping support (114).
• Turn the fence and re-engage the clamping support in the slot as
shown (fig. P5).
• To use with the full height of 75 mm, slide the fence into the clamping
support with the wide face in the vertical position (fig. P4).
WARNING: Use the 11 mm profile for ripping low workpieces
to allow access between the blade and the fence for the push
stick. The rear end of the fence should be level with the front of
the riving knife.
Mounting and adjusting the mitre fence (fig. Q1 - Q4)
The mitre fence (D271052) is available as an option. The mitre fence (41) can
be used for mitre cutting when the machine is in saw bench mode (fig. Q1).
• Loosen the clamp knob (115) and swing the guide bar (116) out (fig. Q2).
Tighten the clamp knob.
• Slide the fence on the left side on the table (fig. Q3).
• Loosen the lock knob (117).
• Place a square (82) against the fence (41) and the blade (76).
• If adjustment is required, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the nut (118) a few turns and turn the right angle adjustment
stop screw (119) (fig. Q4) in or out until the fence is at 90° to the blade
as measured with the square (fig. Q3).
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• Tighten the knob (117).
• Check that the pointer (120) indicates zero on the scale (121).
Adjust if necessary.
Changing from saw bench to mitre saw mode (fig. A3, E & M1)
• Remove the parallel fence (22), or the mitre fence, if fitted (fig. A3).
• Remove the upper blade guard (21).
• Replace the under-table guard (63) (fig. E).
• Proceed as described in the section “Turning the sawhead and table
over”.
• Slacken the riving knife clamp knob (97) and remove the riving knife (20),
while holding the blade guard (8) (fig. M1).
• Lower the blade guard.
• Place the riving knife in its storage position in the inside of the base.
OPERATION
Instructions for Use
WARNING: Always observe the safety instructions and
applicable regulations.
• Ensure the material to be sawn is firmly secured in place.
• Apply only a gentle pressure to the tool and do not exert side
pressure on the saw blade.
• Avoid overloading.
The attention of UK users is drawn to the “woodworking machines
regulations 1974” and any subsequent amendments.
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.
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.
Switching on and off (fig. A1, R1 - R3)
This machine has two independent switching systems. In mitre saw mode,
the trigger switch (11) is used (fig. R1). In saw bench mode, the on/off
switch (1) is used (fig. R2). Integrated in the switch box is a motor overload
protector with manual reset. In case of a power shut-off, proceed as
follows:
- Make sure the machine has been switched off.
- Press the reset button (142).
Mitre saw mode (fig. R1)
A hole (122) is provided in the trigger for insertion of a padlock to lock the
switch.
• To run the tool, press the trigger switch (11).
• To stop the tool, release the switch.
Saw bench mode (fig. R2 & R3)
The on/off switch offers multiple advantages:
- no-volt release function: should the power be shut off for some reason,
the switch has to be deliberately reactivated.
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- extra safety: the hinged safety enclosure plate (123) can be locked by
passing a padlock through the holes (124 & 125). The plate also serves
as an “easy to locate” emergency stop button as pressure on the front
of the plate will depress the stop button.
• To switch the machine on, press the green start button (126).
• To switch the machine off, press the red stop button (127).
Locking the switches
• In order to avoid unauthorised use of the machine, lock both switches
using padlocks.
Basic saw cuts
Sawing in mitre saw mode
It is dangerous to operate without guarding. Guards must be in position
when sawing.
• Make sure that the under-table guard does not become clogged with
sawdust.
• Always clamp the workpiece when cutting non-ferrous metals.
General handling
- In the mitre saw mode, the sawhead is automatically locked in the
upper “park”-position.
- Squeezing the guard release lever will unlock the sawhead. Moving the
sawhead down retracts the movable lower guard.
- Never seek to prevent the lower guard returning to its park position
when the cut is completed.
- The minimum length of offcut material is 10 mm.
- When cutting short material (min. 190 mm to the left or the right of the
blade), the use of the optional material clamp is recommended.
- When cutting UPVC sections, a supporting piece made out of timber
with a complementary profile should be placed beneath the material
being cut to provide the correct level of support.
Vertical straight cross cut (fig. S1)
• Loosen the mitre knob (79) and depress the mitre latch (80).
• Engage the mitre latch at the 0° position and tighten the mitre knob.
• Place the wood to be cut against the fence (7).
• Take hold of the operation handle (10) and press in the guard release
lever (9).
• Press the trigger switch (11) to start the motor.
• Depress the head to allow the blade to cut through timber and enter
the saw kerf (81).
• After completing the cut, release the switch and wait for the saw blade
to come to a complete stillstand before returning the head to its upper
rest position.
Vertical mitre cross-cut (fig. S2)
• Loosen the mitre knob (79) and depress the mitre latch (80). Move the
rotating table left or right to the required angle.
• The mitre latch will automatically locate at 15°, 22.5°, 35.3° and 45°
both left and right. If any intermediate angle is required hold the head
firmly and lock by tightening the mitre knob.
• Always ensure that the mitre knob is locked tightly before cutting.
• Proceed as for a vertical straight cross-cut.
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:
left mitre,
off-cut to the right
right mitre,
off-cut to the left.
Bevel cross-cut (fig. A2, S3)
Bevel angles can be set from 48° left to 2° right and can be cut with the
rotating table set between zero and a maximum of 45° mitre position left
or right.
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• Loosen the fence clamping knob (91) and slide the upper part of the
side fence to the left as far as it will go.
• Loosen the bevel clamp knob (17) and set the bevel as desired.
• Tighten the bevel clamp knob firmly.
• Proceed as for a vertical straight cross-cut.
Outside corner
- Left side
• Position the moulding with the bottom of the moulding against the
fence.
• Save the right side of the cut.
Compound mitre (fig T1 - T4)
A compound mitre is a cut made using a mitre angle (fig. T1) and a bevel
angle (fig. T2) 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. T3.
- Right side
• Position the moulding with top of the moulding against the fence.
• Save the right side of the cut.
WARNING: If the cutting angle varies from cut to 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.
• 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. T4) 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. T4), 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.
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 35.3° mitre and 30° bevel. These settings are for standard crown
mouldings with 45° angles at the top and 45° 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.
6 SIDED BOX
8 SIDED BOX
ANGLE OF SIDE OF BOX (ANGLE"A")
SET THIS MITER ANGLE ON SAW
SQUARE BOX
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.
Sawing in the bench mode
• Always use the riving knife.
• Always ensure that the riving knife and blade guard are correctly
aligned.
• Always ensure that the mitre saw is set and locked in 0° mitre.
WARNING: Do not cut metal in this mode.
SET THIS BEVEL ANGLE ON SAW
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.
Ripping (fig. U1 & U3)
• Set the bevel angle to 0°.
• Adjust the saw blade height.
• Set the parallel fence to the required distance.
• Hold the workpiece flat on the table and against the fence. Keep the
workpiece approx. 25 mm away from the saw blade.
• Keep both hands away from the path of the saw blade.
• Switch the machine on and allow the saw blade to reach full speed.
• Slowly feed the workpiece underneath the upper blade guard, keeping
it firmly pressed against the fence. Allow the teeth to cut, and do not
force the workpiece through the saw blade. The saw blade speed
should be kept constant.
• Remember to use the push stick (23) when close to the blade.
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• After completing the cut, switch the machine off, allow the saw blade
to stop and remove the workpiece.
WARNING: Never push or hold the free or cut-off side of the
workpiece.
WARNING: Always use a push stick when ripping small
workpieces.
Bevel cuts (fig. U2)
• Set the required bevel angle.
• Proceed as for ripping.
Cross-cutting (fig. V1)
• Set the bevel angle to 0°.
• Adjust the saw blade height.
• Set the mitre fence to 0°.
• Proceed as for ripping, only use the mitre fence to push the workpiece
through the blade.
Bevel cross-cutting
• Set the required bevel angle.
• Proceed as for cross-cutting.
Mitre cuts (fig. V2)
• Set the mitre fence to the required angle.
• Proceed as for cross-cutting.
Optional attachments
WARNING: Prior to assembling any accessories always unplug
the machine.
Dust extraction kit (fig. W1 & W2)
WARNING! This machine is provided with two dust extraction
points for use in each mode.
WARNING! Whenever possible, connect a dust extraction
device designed in accordance with the relevant regulations
regarding dust emission.
WARNING! When sawing wood, connect a dust extraction
device designed in accordance with the relevant regulations
regarding dust emission.
Connect a dust collection device designed in accordance with the relevant
regulations. The air velocity of externally connected systems shall be 20
m/s ±2 m/s. Velocity to be measured in the connection tube at the point of
connection, with the tool connected but not running.tion tube at the point of
connection, with the tool connected but not running.
Connecting - mitre saw position (fig. W1)
• Connect the one end of the first hose to the dust extraction adaptor (13).
• Insert the other end of the hose into the middle inlet port of the
manifold (128).
• Connect the one end of the other hose to the under-table guard (63).
• Insert the other end of the hose into the outer inlet port of the manifold.
Connecting - saw bench position (fig. W2)
• Proceed as for mitre saw position, only connect the hose from the
under-table guard to the saw blade guard (21).
Mitre saw extra support/length stop (fig. A5)
The extra support and length stop can be mounted on the left-hand side
or on the right-hand side, or with two sets on either side.
• Fit the items 31 - 39 onto the two guide rails (32 & 33).
• Use the inclinable support (34) for cross-cutting 210 mm wide boards
(15 mm thick).
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Roller support table (fig. A6)
The roller support table (40) is used to support long workpieces. In mitre
saw mode, the roller support table can be mounted on the left-hand side
or on the right-hand side, or with two sets on either side. In saw bench
mode, it can also be mounted in front or at the rear of the saw table.
Side extension table (fig. A8)
The side extension table increases the distance from the rip fence to
the blade to 600 mm or more, depending on the rod length fitted to the
machine and the clamped position of the table. The side extension table
must be used in conjunction with guide rails (32) (option). The adjustable
table is equipped with an engraved scale along its front edge and
mounted on a sturdy base which clamps to the guide rods.
• Fit the extension table to the right-hand side of the machine for
continuity of the distance scale on both tables.
Sliding table (fig. A9)
This sliding table (43) allows for board sizes to the left of the blade up to
1200 x 900 mm.
The guide rods are mounted on a sturdy alloy extrusion which is quickly
detachable from the machine and yet fully adjustable is all planes.
The fence incorporates a full length measuring tape for quick positioning
of an adjustable stop and an adjustable support for narrow workpieces.
Transporting (fig. X)
WARNING: Always transport the machine in saw bench mode
with the upper blade guard fitted.
The castor wheels provide an easier transport of the machine.
• Put the machine on the right base side.
• Fold the rear legs into the base
• Fold the front legs out of the base
• Turn the machine straight up.
• Lift the machine by the front legs up to the wheels are in contact with
the floor.
WARNING: When carrying the machine, always seek
assistance.
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
The bearings of the motor are pre-lubricated and watertight.
• Slightly oil the rotating table bearing surface where it slides on the lip of
the fixed table at regular intervals.
• Periodically lubricate the depth of cut screwthread.
• Clean the parts subject to accumulation of sawdust and chips
periodically with a dry brush.
Cam adjustment (fig. Y1 - Y3)
To take out the clearance between the two tables, proceed as follows:
• Rotate the machine into saw bench mode.
• Remove the screws (138) and the retainer plate (139).
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Loosen the screw (140) of the adjustment cam (141).
Rotate the adjustment cam using a pair of needle nose pliers.
Hold the adjustment cam with the pliers and tighten the screw.
Replace the retainer plate and tighten the screws.
Rotate the machine into mitre saw mode. Check the force that is
needed to mitre the saw. Repeat the above steps if the force needed is
too high.
DEWALT provides a facility for the collection and recycling of DEWALT
products once they have reached the end of their working life. To take
advantage of this service please return your product to any authorised repair
agent who will collect them on our behalf.
You can check the location of your nearest authorised repair agent by
contacting your local DEWALT office at the address indicated in this manual.
Alternatively, a list of authorised DEWALT repair agents and full details
of our after-sales service and contacts are available on the Internet at:
www.2helpU.com.
GUARANTEE
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.
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.
Optional Accessories
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.
LASER WARNING:
LASER RADIATION: DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 PRODUCT
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER
P = < 1 mW;
peak
= 630 nm –680 nm
IEC 60825-1: 2007
Consult your dealer for further information on the appropriate accessories.
DEWALT is confident of the quality of its products and offers an
outstanding guarantee for professional users of the product.
This guarantee statement is in addition to and in no way
prejudices your contractual rights as a professional user or
your statutory rights as a private non-professional user. The
guarantee is valid within the territories of the Member States of
the European Union and the European Free Trade Area.
• 30 DAY NO RISK
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE •
If you are not completely satisfied with the performance of your
DEWALT tool, simply return it within 30 days, complete with all
original components, as purchased, to the point of purchase,
for a full refund or exchange. The product must have been
subject to fair wear and tear and proof of purchase must be
produced.
• ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE CONTRACT •
If you need maintenance or service for your DEWALT tool,
in the 12 months following purchase, it will be undertaken
free of charge at an authorised DEWALT repair agent. Proof
of purchase must be produced. Includes labour. Excludes
accessories and spare parts unless failed under warranty.
• ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY •
If your DEWALT product becomes defective due to faulty
materials or workmanship within 12 months from the date of
purchase, DEWALT guarantees to replace all defective parts
free of charge or – at our discretion – replace the unit free of
charge provided that:
• The product has not been misused;
• The product has been subject to fair wear and tear;
• Repairs have not been attempted by unauthorised
persons;
• Proof of purchase is produced;
• The product is returned complete with all original
components.
If you wish to make a claim, contact your seller or check the
location of your nearest authorised DEWALT repair agent in
the DEWALT catalogue or contact your DEWALT office at the
address indicated in this manual. A list of authorised DEWALT
repair agents and full details of our after-sales service is
available on the Internet at: www.2helpU.com.
Protecting the Environment
Separate collection. This product must not be disposed of with
normal household waste.
Should you find one day that your DEWALT product needs replacement, or
if it is of no further use to you, do not dispose of it with household waste.
Make this product available for separate collection.
Separate collection of used products and packaging allows
materials to be recycled and used again. Re-use of recycled
materials helps prevent environmental pollution and reduces the
demand for raw materials.
Local regulations may provide for separate collection of electrical products
from the household, at municipal waste sites or by the retailer when you
purchase a new product.
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Belgique et Luxembourg
België en Luxemburg
Black & Decker - DEWALT
Nieuwlandlaan 7, IZ Aarschot B156
B-3200 Aarschot
Tel:
+32 (0)015 - 15 47 9211
Fax:
+32 (0)015 - 15 47 9210
www.dewalt.be
Danmark
DEWALT
Sluseholmen 2-4
2450 København SV
Tlf:
70201511
Fax:
70224910
www.dewalt.dk
Deutschland
DEWALT
Richard-Klinger-Straße
65510 Idstein
Tel:
06126-21-1
Fax:
06126-21-2770
www.dewalt.de
Ελλάς
Black & Decker (Hellas) S.A.
Στράβωνος 7 & Βουλιαγμένης 159
Γλυφάδα 16674, Αθήνα
Τηλ: (01) 8981-616
Φαξ: (01) 8983-570
Service:
(01) 8982-630
España
DEWALT
Parque de Negocios “Mas Blau”
Edificio Muntadas, c/Bergadá, 1, Of. A6
08820 El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona)
Tel:
934 797 400
Fax:
934 797 439
www.dewalt.es
France
DEWALT
5, allée des hêtres
BP 30084, 69579 Limonest Cedex
Tel:
04 72 20 39 20
Fax:
04 72 20 39 00
www.dewalt.fr
Schweiz
Suisse
Svizzera
DEWALT
In der Luberzen 40
8902 Urdorf
Tel:
01 - 730 67 47
Fax:
01 - 730 70 67
www.dewalt.ch
Ireland
DEWALT
Calpe House Rock Hill
Black Rock, Co. Dublin
Tel:
00353-2781800
Fax:
00353-2781811
www.dewalt.ie
Italia
DEWALT
Viale Elvezia 2
20052 Monza (Mi)
Tel:
800-014353
Fax:
039-2387592
www.dewalt.it
Nederlands
Black & Decker - DEWALT
Joulehof 12
4600 AB Bergen Op Zoom
Tel:
0164 283000
Fax:
0164 283100
www.dewalt.nl
Norge
DEWALT
Postboks 4814, Nydalen
0422 Oslo
Tel:
22 90 99 00
Fax:
22 90 99 01
www.dewalt.no
Österreich
DEWALT
Werkzeugevertriebs GmbH
Erlaaerstraße 165, Postfach 320,1231 Wien
Tel:
01 - 66116 - 0
Fax:
01 - 66116 - 14
www.dewalt.at
Portugal
DEWALT
Rua Egas Moniz 173
João do Estoril, 2766-651 Estoril
Tel:
214 66 75 00
Fax:
214 66 75 75
www.dewalt.pt
Suomi
DEWALT Oy
Tekniikantie 12
02150 Espoo, Finland
Puh: 010 400 430
Faksi: 0800 411 340
www.dewalt.fi
DEWALT Oy
Teknikvägen 12
02150 Esbo, Finland
Tel:
010 400 430
Fax:
0800 411 340
www.dewalt.fi
Sverige
DEWALT
Box 94
431 22 Mölndal
Tel:
031 68 61 00
Fax:
031 68 60 08
www.dewalt.se
Türkiye
KALE Hırdavat ve Makina A.Ş.
Tel:
0212 533 52 55
Defterdar Mah. Savaklar Cad. No:15
Faks: 0212 533 10 05
Edirnekapı / Eyüp / İSTANBUL 34050 TÜRKİYE www.dewalt.com.tr
United Kingdom
DEWALT
210 Bath Road
Slough, Berks SL1 3YD
N047925
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Tel:
01753-56 70 55
Fax:
01753-57 21 12
www.dewalt.co.uk
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