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N n c ":> < f you study the owner' manual of your joimer, as you should, . " T h at "bUl" is someth in g to h eed because a lot can happen between the tatement and eLting up the LOO\ in your shop. "\ hal cau es your too l to become misaligned during shipmelll isn't important; being sure the mach ine wi ll work with you, is. CHECKING The horizontal plane of the ouueed table must be tange ll tial to th cuttillg circl e of the knives (diagram 1). :"1ble so it extend over the CUlterh ead . Rotate th e cUllerhead by hand (too l un plugged), and determine if each kn ife just bard touches the traighLedge.
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R\ext CUl the lants on the des and form the Uhape required for the bar on both pieces. ' gauge will'! an extensiOll that will provide ad equaLe support for the work. ize the to provide a LighL fit for Lhe bar. ow eparate the piece and fonn the rabbet cut along the base of each of them. Attach the parts to the platform with glue and ;X" brads that are driven up through the pla tform. Be sure the venical piece are centered on the platform. CUL Lh bar Lo size and drill a )4" hole in it cen ter. 'm.