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3 Antifriction rollers in the bed and fence. If angled cutting is required the fence can be canted and locked at the desired angle. It is not very common, however, to have a calibrated scale for canting. Usual practice is to set a sliding bevel to the angle required and then place this on to the bed and adjust the fence until it matches the bevel (Fig. 4). Fig. 4 Angling the fence. 28 Machine Woodworking the rollers from jumping in when the cut is complete and the timber has gone. LUJlf'l rollers, spaced apa11 to support and hold material Fig.
Fold the old blade and store safely away. 4. Move the thrust wheels and guides back, well clear of the blade. 5. Set the tension gauge to suit the blade width selected. Fig. 25 Selecting blades for curved work. 36 Machine Woodvxrrking --·--··------~-----" 12. Position guards to suit material being cut. 13. Turn on the power and pump start the machine, listening for any telltale noises. 5 folding blades In order to keep the blades sharp and in good condition they must be neatly and safely stored.
Also, the finish would be poor as the teeth smash through large portions of the timber. When cutting curves, use a blade no bigger than a line drawn inside the curve (Fig. 25). The important factor is that the back of the blade must not rub on the material as it is being fed. 4 fitting a new blade Fig. 20 Circular bevel. 2 Guards Before any work is started, guards must be set in compliance with current regula- The following procedure should be observed. 1. Isolate the machine. 2. Remove the tension from the blade by turning the hand wheel.