ALWAYS thoroughly read the owners manual and manufacturer instructions before

Always thoroughly read the owners manual and

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ALWAYS thoroughly read the owners manual and manufacturer instructions before using. ALWAYS check that at least 75% of the shank is securely inserted into the collet of the router. ALWAYS use template guide collars when possible to absorb lateral bit deflection. ALWAYS use a fence when working on the router table. ALWAYS reduce the router speed when working with larger diameter bits. ALWAYS keep your fence adjusted so there is some clearance between the bearing guide and the workpiece. ALWAYS take care to remove large quantities of stock (cross section > 10mm) in more than one run. ALWAYS keep your tools sharpened, clean and stored in a safe place to avoid breakage and accidents and to extend the life of your bits and blades. NEVER use dull or defective tools, even suspiciously defective. NEVER force the shank entirely into the collet (bottoming out). Leave about a 3,2mm (1/8”) space from the bottom. NEVER force the bit into your router or overload the router. 12.000 10.000 1 8.000 1 6.000 1 4.000 1 2.000 150 180 200 230 250 300 350 400 450 500 SAW BLADE DIAMETER MM MAX RPM SUGGESTED SAW BLADES ROTATION 24.000 20.000 18.000 16.000 12.000 25 38 50 68 89 ROUTER BIT DIAMETER MM MAX RPM SUGGESTED ROUTER BITS ROTATION Cutter head safety ALWAYS thoroughly check all cutters for damage and flaws before using. ALWAYS wear safety glasses and ear protection when using power tools. ALWAYS thoroughly read the owners manual and manufacturer’s instructions before working with tools. ALWAYS use guards that were supplied with your shaper. ALWAYS use a fence with your shaper. Do not make freehand cuts. ALWAYS use pusher blocks, especially when working with small or narrow pieces. ALWAYS unplug your shaper before cleaning or adjusting the tool, or before making cutter or knife changes. ALWAYS be sure the spindle nut is tight before plugging in the shaper. ALWAYS check that knives are properly and securely installed in the cutterhead when using interchangeable-knife systems. ALWAYS keep your tools sharpened, clean and stored in a safe place to avoid breakage and accidents and to extend the life of your bits and blades. ALWAYS feed the workpiece against the rotation of the knives. ALWAYS be sure your workpiece is completely supported, before and after the cut. NEVER remove guards or any other safety devices from your shaper. NEVER use dull or damaged knives. NEVER force the cut or overload the shaper. NEVER change cutters or knives or make adjustments with the shaper plugged in. NEVER make adjustments to the shaper while the cutter is rotating. 9.000 78 7.900 100 120-140 7.000 5.800 5.100 CUTTER HEAD DIAMETER MM MAX RPM MIN. RPM SUGGESTED CUTTER HEADS ROTATION
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392 Inch Fractions (x) 1/16 Inch Decimals 4” + (x) 1” + (x) Millimeters 1/64 1/32 1/8 1/4 1/2 25.400 50.800 76.200 101.600 127.000 0.015625 1/64 0.397 25.797 51.197 76.597 101.997 127.397 0.031250 1/32 0.794 26.194 51.595 76.994 102.394 127.794 0.046875 3/64 1.191 26.591 51.991 77.391 102.791 128.191 0.062500 1/16 1.588 26.988 52.388 77.788 103.188 128.588 0.078125 5/64 1.984 27.384 52.784 78.184 103.584 128.984 0.093750 3/32 2.381 27.781 53.181 78.581 103.981 129.381 0.109375 7/64 2.778 28.178 53.578 78.978 104.378 129.778 0.125000 1/8 3.175 28.575 53.975 79.375 104.775 130.175 0.140625 9/64 3.572 28.972 54.372 79.772 105.172 130.572 0.156250 5/32 3.969 29.369 54.769 80.169 105.569 130.969 0.171875 11/64 4.366 29.766 55.166 80.568 105.966 131.366 0.187500 3/16 4.762 30.162 55.562 80.962 106.362 131.762 0.203125 13/64 5.159 30.559 55.959 81.359 106.759 132.159 0.218750 7/32 5.556 30.956 56.356 81.756 107.156 132.556 0.234375 15/64 5.953 31.353 56.753 82.153 107.553 132.953 0.250000 1/4 6.350 31.750 57.150 82.550 107.950 133.350 0.265625 17/64 6.747 32.147 57.547 82.947 108.347 133.747 0.281250 9/32 7.144 32.544 57.944 83.344 108.744 134.144 0.296875 19/64 7.541 32.941 58.341 83.741 109.141 134.541 0.312500
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