Bosch ra1171 router table 用户手册

页码 96
Do not force tool. Use the correct tool for your 
The correct tool will do the job better and 
safer at the rate for which it is designed. 
Do not use tool if switch does not turn it “ON” or 
Any tool that cannot be controlled with the switch 
is dangerous and must be repaired.
Disconnect the plug from the power source before 
making any adjustments, changing accessories, or 
storing the tool. 
Such preventive safety measures reduce
the risk of starting the tool accidentally.
Keep guards in place. Maintain the guards in working order
and in proper adjustment and alignment.
Store idle tools out of reach of children and other
untrained persons. 
Tools are dangerous in the hands of
untrained users.
Never leave tools running unattended. Turn the power
OFF. DO NOT leave tool until it comes to a complete stop. 
Maintain tools with care. Keep cutting tools sharp and
Properly maintained tools, with sharp cutting edges
are less likely to bind and are easier to control. Any 
alteration or modification is a misuse and may result in 
a dangerous condition.
Check for damaged guards or parts, misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, and any
other condition that may affect the tool’s operation. 
If damaged, have the tool properly repaired or replaced
before using. 
Many accidents are caused by poorly 
maintained tools. Develop a periodic maintenance 
schedule for your tool.
Use only accessories that are recommended by the
manufacturer for your model. 
Accessories that may be
suitable for one tool may become hazardous when used 
on another tool.
Tool service must be performed only by qualified 
repair personnel. 
Service or maintenance performed by
unqualified personnel could result in a risk of injury. For
example: internal wires may be misplaced or pinched; 
safety guard return springs may be improperly mounted. 
When servicing a tool, use only identical replacement
Use of unauthorized parts or failure to follow 
maintenance instructions may create a risk of electric shock
or injury. Certain cleaning agents such as gasoline, carbon
tetrachloride, and ammonia may damage plastic parts.
Additional Safety Warnings for Router Tables
Read and understand table and router manual and
accessory warnings. Failure to follow all instructions
and warnings may result in serious personal injury.
Fully assemble and tighten all fasteners required for
this table and for mounting the router to the plate. 
Do not use the router table until all assembly and 
installation steps have been completed. Check the 
table and the router to make sure fasteners are still 
tight before each use. 
A loose table is unstable and 
may shift in use.
Make certain the router is not plugged into a power out-
let when installing into the table, removing from table,
making adjustments or changing accessories. 
could accidentally start. 
Do not plug router motor power cord into standard wall
outlet. It must be plugged into the router table switch.
Power tool switches and controls need to be within your
reach in emergency situations.
Before operating, make sure the entire unit (table with
router installed) is placed on and secured to a solid, flat,
level surface and will not tip. Use of auxiliary in-feed
and out-feed supports is necessary for long or wide
Long workpieces without adequate support 
can flip off the table or cause the table to tip over.
Be certain router motor is fully and securely clamped in
the router base. Periodically check the base fastener
clamping tightness. 
Router motor can vibrate loose from
the base during use and fall from table.
Do not use the router table without the overhead guard
or auxiliary bit guard. Remove all dust, chips, and any
other foreign particles that can affect its function.
Adjust the guard height so that it clears the router bit
and the workpiece. 
The guard will aid in keeping hands
from unintended contact with rotating bit.
Never place your fingers near a spinning bit or under
the guard when router is plugged in. Never hold the
workpiece on the out-feed side of bit. 
Pressing the 
workpiece against the out-feed side of the fence may 
cause material binding and possible kickback pulling 
hand back into bit.
Guide workpiece by the fence to maintain control of
workpiece. Do not place material between router bit and
fence while routing the edge. 
This placement will cause
the material to become wedged, making kickback possible.
Routers are intended for working with wood, woodlike
products and plastic or laminates, not for cutting or
shaping metals. Be sure workpiece does not contain
nails, etc
. Cutting nails may cause loss of control.
Do not use bits that have a cutting diameter that
exceeds the clearance hole in the tabletop insert. 
Bit could contact insert ring, throwing fragments.
Install bit in accordance with instructions in router 
manual and securely clamp the router bit in the collet
chuck before making any cuts 
to avoid bit becoming loose
during operation.
Never use dull or damaged bits. Sharp bits must be 
handled with care. 
Damaged bits can snap during use. 
Dull bits require more force to push the workpiece, possibly
causing the bit to break or the material to kick back.
The router table is designed to cut flat, straight and
squared materials. Do not cut material that is warped,
wobbly, or otherwise unstable. If the material is slightly
curved but otherwise stable, cut the material with the
concave side against the table or fence. 
Cutting the
material with the concave side up or away from table may
cause the warped or wobbly material to roll and kick backm
causing user to lose control.
Never start the tool when the bit is engaged in the 
The bit cutting edge may grab the material, 
causing loss of control of the workpiece.
Feed the workpiece against the rotation of the bit. The
bit rotates counterclockwise as viewed from the top of
Feeding the work in the wrong direction will cause the
workpiece to “climb” up on the bit, pulling the workpiece and
possibly your hands into the rotating bit.
Use push sticks, vertical and horizontally mounted
featherboards (spring sticks), and other jigs to hold
down the workpiece
. Push sticks, featherboards, and 
jigs eliminate the need to hold the workpiece near the 
spinning bit.