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To view a brief (few-seconds long) video clip of each step being performed click on this icon play video wherever you see it.

Step 1

Start by attaching the Saw Arbor to the Saw Blade play video

Insert Arbor Through Saw Blade

Attach Blade to Arbor

Tighten Arbor

Tighten Arbor Nut

Step 2

Next, slide the Saw Blade with Arbor into the Lower Saw Guard and close the gap on the two guard halves until the adjustable half is about 1" to 1-1/2" from the Saw Blade. play video

Slide Saw Blade Into Lower Saw Guard

Place Blade in Saw Guard

Step 3

Use the 5/32" Allen Wrench to attach the Saw Guard to the Quill Housing. Then attach the Blade with Arbor onto the Quill Spindle. Be certain that the Arbor Setscrew and flat on the Spindle are aligned, then tighten the Setscrew with the Allen Wrench. play video

Attach Saw Guard To Quill Housing

Attach Guard to Quill Housing

Attach Arbor To Quill Spindle

Attach Blade Arbor to Quill Spindle

Step 4

Install the twin Tubes of the Worktable into the tube holes of the Table Carriage. play video

Next, slide the Carriage against the Rubber Headstock/Carriage Stop Ring and then lower the Table over the Saw Blade.

Insert Table

Insert Table

Slide Carriage

Position Carriage

Adjust Table Height

Lower Table over Blade

Step 5

Install the Upper Saw Guard play video

Insert Upper Saw Guard

Attach Upper Saw Guard

Step 6

Install the Fixed Extension Table (if necessary for large workpiece support) play video

Insert Fixed Extension Table

Fixed Ext Table

Step 7

Again, if necessary for large workpiece support , (and if they were included with your machine model), install the Floating Extension Table Tubes into their receptacles on the Main and Fixed Extension Tables -- and the Floating Extension Tables onto the Table Tubes. play video

Install Floating Extension Table

Floating Ext Table

Step 8

If the Floating Extension Table(s) are to be used outboard of the Fixed Extension Table, support the outboard ends of the Tubes with the Telescoping Table Legs. play video

Add Telescoping Legs For Support

Telescoping Table Legs

Step 9

When making Rip Cuts (cutting to width WITH the grain of your wood), attach the Rip Fence to the Main Worktable. Caution: For safety reasons, NEVER use the Rip Fence and Miter Gauge in unison! play video

Rip Fence For Rip Cuts

Attach Rip Fence

Step 10

When Crosscutting (cutting to length ACROSS the grain of the wood), slide the steel bar of the Miter Gauge into the Worktable Miter Guage Slot(s). play video

Miter Gauge For Crosscuts

Insert with washer end of bar past table edge

Now that you've located and assembled the components you'll need for Table Sawing, CLICK HERE to get started by making the most common Table Sawing cut -- the Crosscut (cutting workpieces to length).

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