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Istruzioni per l'uso Woodstock, Modello SHOP FOX W2007

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This clearance must be uniform along the table surface. It is also very important that the fence does not contact the table surface when sliding from side to side. The support pads, two on the T shaped rail and one on the end of the fence, support the fence above the front and rear rails. As long as those rails are flush with the table surface, the table clearance should be okay. Over time these pads will wear and may eventually need replacement. Replacement pads are available from your dealer. If ripping thin laminates or veneers, clamp an auxiliary fence to the SHOP FOX® Classic Fence so it rests right on the table. This will ensure that thin material will not slip under the fence. Lock Handle The lock handle is cam actuated and locks against the machined edge of the front rail rectangular tube. Generally it will require no adjustment. However it is sometimes possible that the process of aligning the fence as described the Fence Parallelism on Page 11 will cause the clamp to be too tight or too loose. This can result when the setscrews are both adjusted too far in or too far out. To check the locking adjustment, lock the handle in the down position, then try to move the fence by pushing on its side. If the fence slips when pushing with a moderate amount of force (approximately 50 lbs. of lateral force), it should be adjusted. Turn both setscrews in an equal amount, then perform the parallelism adjustment described on Page 11 again. This will bring the locking cam closer to the front rail tube and increase the locking pressure. Figure 11. Lock Handle close up. -12-Shop Fox® Classic Fence Scale and Cursor The self adhesive scale and magnified cursor provide fast and accurate fence positioning. 1. Loosen the adjusting screws on the magnified cursor until the cursor can be adjusted. 2. Raise the table saw blade guard out of the way. With the fence mounted on the right side of the blade, slide it over until its left edge touches the side of the blade. See Figure 12. Figure 12. Fence contacting the blade. 3. Centralize the magnified cursor within its range of adjustment and tighten the screws. Mark the position of the hairline on the front rail tube with a pencil. This is the zero mark for applying the scale. 4. Remove the fence and apply a strip of masking tape along the rail a 1.2'' in from the front edge. 5. Using the zero mark as the starting point and the masking tape as a guide, apply the adhesive scale to the rail. See Figure 13. Push the scale into place with heavy thumb pressure. Be careful when laying the scale into position because the scale can be stretched if too much pressure is applied. Shop Fox® Classic Fence Figure 13. Scale location for right-side blade use. Approx 57.8'' Zero Point for right of blade use Scale 1.2'' From Front Edge 6. To fine tune the position of the magnified cursor, make a test cut and adjust the cursor to correspond with the actual width of the test board. This method accounts for any vibration or wobble that may be present in the spinning blade. Different blades may have different widths of cutting teeth, so readjustment is required whenever changing type or style of blade. This procedure must be repeated every time the saw blade is changed to maintain accuracy. When cutting on the left side of the blade, this scale will not be accurate. It is possible to attach another scale (not included) which can be set for left side cutting. See Figure 14. The magnified cursor assembly can be moved to the left side of the fence to allow for orienting a separate scale. Scale 1.2'' From Front Edge Figure 14. Scale location for right-side blade use. Approx 57.8'' Zero Point for left of blade use -13 Correcting Mounting Hole Misalignment If the front and back mounting holes do not line up with the existing holes in the table top, it will be necessary to drill additional holes using one of the three following methods. Drilling and tapping holes into the edge of the table, drilling through the edge of the table and securing the rail with long bolts, washers, and nuts, or drilling holes in the rail that align with the holes in the table top. Drilling and Tapping Mounting Holes 1. Position the rails flush with the top of the table saw table, and with the left end of the rails even with the left edge of the table extension. 2. Clamp the rails to the table saw using C- clamps or bar clamps. 3. Mark the mounting holes on the edge of the table. 4. Remove the rail and center punch the middle of the outlined holes on the table edge. 5. At each center punch location, drill a 1.8" diameter starter hole, then drill a 5.16" hole using the bit supplied with the SHOP FOX® Classic Fence. 6. Insert the included 3.8"-16 tap in a tap wrench if one is available. If a tap wrench is not available use a socket and ratchet wrench. 7. Carefully align the tap with the hole. Advance the tap half a turn, back it out half a turn, advance another half turn, etc., until the tap turns freely or can be visually seen at t...

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