Bosch RA1181 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Operating/Safety Instructions Consignes de fonctionnement/sécurité Instrucciones de funcionamiento[...]

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    2 Power T ool Safety Rules T able of Contents Work Area Keep your work area clean and well lit. Clut[...]

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    3 Do not force tool. Use the correct tool for your application. The correct tool will do the job be[...]

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    4 Piloted bits along with the starter pin are used when routing internal and external contours on th[...]

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    5 IMPORT ANT : Some of the following symbols may be used on your tool. Please study them and learn t[...]

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    6 Parts List Refer to Parts List below and on pages 7–9. • If ANY of the parts are missing, D[...]

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    7 Parts List 1 2 6 8 7 20 22 Starter Pin Assembly 21 Featherboard 19 16 17 Fence Assembly 13 14 14 [...]

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    8 Parts List Key No. Description Quantity F ASTENERS (FOR T ABLE ASSEMBL Y) 24 #10-32 KEPS Nut 8[...]

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    9 Parts List (32) 1/8 ″ Hex Key (Allen Wrench) (34) 1/4-20 x 1 ″ Carriage Bolt (31) 1/4-20 x 1[...]

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    10 Router T able Assembly TOOLS REQUIRED (not included) • Phillips screwdriver • Small sized [...]

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    Router T able Assembly A TT ACH THE SWITCH/F ASCIA ASSEMBL Y TO THE ROUTER T ABLE (FIG. 4) NOTE: [...]

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    12 Router T able Assembly ASSEMBLING THE FENCE ASSEMBLING THE FENCE (Figs. 5 and 6) 1. Insert the[...]

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    13 TOOLS REQUIRED • 1/8 ″ Allen wrench (32) (included) • Phillips screwdriver (not included)[...]

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    14 Router T able Assembly DETERMINE THE MOUNTING METHOD TO BE USED (see chart on page 15) If your r[...]

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    15 Router T able Assembly Router Router Hole Fasteners Mount Brand Model Pattern Required T y[...]

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    16 Router T able Assembly FINAL INST ALLA TION OF THE ROUTER MOUNTING PLA TE (Fig. 1 1) 1. Place th[...]

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    Router T able Assembly A TT ACHING THE FENCE TO THE T ABLE (Fig. 12) 1. From underneath the tabl[...]

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    18 Router T able Assembly METHOD 1 (Fig. 13) 1. Set the router table on a workbench or other stable[...]

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    19 Router T able Assembly AL TERNA TE METHOD (Fig. 15) 1. Cut a board 18 1 ⁄ 4 ″ wide by 29 ?[...]

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    20 Router T able Assembly AL W A YS MAKE SURE THA T THE ROUTER IS TURNED OFF AND THE POWER CORD IS[...]

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    21 Router T able Operation SWITCH INSTRUCTIONS ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS A 14 gauge (or heavier) thre[...]

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    Router T able Operation CONNECTING THE ROUTER POWER CORD TO THE SWITCH • MAKE SURE THA T THE SWI[...]

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    23 Router T able Operation BEFORE PROCEEDING ANY FURTHER, MAKE SURE THE SWITCH ON THE ROUTER IS IN [...]

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    Router T able Operation INST ALLING THE ROUTER BIT (CUTTER) AL W A YS MAKE SURE THA T THE ROUTER IS[...]

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    25 Router T able Operation ROUTING USING FEA THERBOARDS (Fig. 21) Featherboards are helpful in cont[...]

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    26 Router T able Operation ADJUSTING DEPTH AND HEIGHT OF CUT (Fig. 23) 1. Select a board that is s[...]

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    27 Router T able Operation FULL EDGE CUTTING OR JOINTING (Figs. 24 and 25) For maximum strength an[...]

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    28 Router T able Operation E DGE CUTTING WITH NONPILOTED ROUTER BITS (Figs. 26 and 27) AL W A YS[...]

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    Router T able Operation 29 EDGE CUTTING WITH PILOTED ROUTER BITS (Figs. 28 and 29) AL W A YS MAKE S[...]

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    30 Router T able Operation GROOVING, FLUTING, AND VEINING (Figs. 30 and 31) AL W A YS MAKE SURE T[...]

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    31 Router T able Operation The starter pin (20) is used instead of the fence for operations that in[...]

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    32 T able des Matiéres CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORT ANTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3[...]

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    33 Débranchez la fiche de l’outil avant d’effectuer un réglage, de changer d’accessoire ou d[...]

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    34 N’utilisez jamais votre table comme établi ou surface de travail. Si vous l’utilisez pour f[...]

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    Important : Certains des symboles suivants peuvent être utilisés sur votre outil. V euillez les é[...]

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    36 Liste de pi è ces Référez-vous à la liste de pièces ci-dessous et aux pages 37 à 39. • Si[...]

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    37 Liste de pi è ces 1 2 6 8 7 20 22 21 Guide biseaut é 19 16 17 13 14 14 12 18 11 15 17 16 5 4[...]

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    38 Liste de pi è ces N o Rep. Description Quantit é B A TT ACHES FOURNIS (Pour l ’ assemblage[...]

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    39 Liste de pi è ces (32) Clé Hex 1/8 po (Clé Allen) (34) Boulon de carrosserie 1/4-20 x 1 po [...]

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    40 Assemblage de la table à toupie OUTILS REQUIS (NON COMPRIS) • T ournevis Phillips • Petite[...]

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    Assemblage de la table à toupie FIXEZ L ’ INTERRUPTEUR AU T ABLEAU DE BORD (FIG. 3) 1. Align[...]

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    42 Assemblage de la table à toupie ASSEMBLER LE GUIDE ASSEMBLAGE DU GUIDE (Figs. 5 et 6) 1. Insé[...]

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    43 Assemblage de la table à toupie FIG. 7A INST ALLER LA PLAQUE DE MONT AGE DE LA TOUPIE R è gle[...]

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    44 Assemblage de la table à toupie D É TERMINEZ LA M É THODE DE MONT AGE À UTILISER (VOIR LE T[...]

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    Assemblage de la table à toupie Marque de Mod è le de Sch é ma Fixations T ype de toupie t[...]

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    46 Assemblage de la table à toupie FIXA TION DE LA PLAQUE DE MONT AGE DE LA T OUPIE (Fig. 1 1) 1.[...]

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    47 Assemblage de la table à toupie FIXEZ LE GUIDE À LA T ABLE (Fig. 12) 1. Par-dessous, inserez d[...]

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    48 Assemblage de la table à toupie M É THODE 1 (FIG. 13) 1. Placez la table à toupie sur un ét[...]

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    49 Assemblage de la table à toupie AUTRE M É THODE (FIG. 15) 1. Découpez un panneau de 18 1 ⁄[...]

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    50 Assemblage de la table à toupie TROU DE 1 PO (3) TROU DE 2 PO (4) TROU DE 2 3 ⁄ 4 PO (5) TRO[...]

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    51 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie MODE D ’ EMPLOI DE L ’ INTERRUPTEUR S É CURIT É ?[...]

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    52 RENSEIGNEMENTS G É N É RAUX L ’interrupteur est conçu pour être utilisé avec la plupart de[...]

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    53 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie ARRÊT MARCHE (remise en marche) ARRÊT MARCHE (remise en ma[...]

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    54 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie A V ANT DE POURSUIVRE, ASSUREZ-VOUS QUE LES DEUX INTERRUPTEU[...]

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    55 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie INST ALLA TION DE LA FRAISE ASSUREZ-VOUS TOUJOURS QUE LA T[...]

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    56 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie ASSEMBLAGE DES GUIDES BISEAUT É S (Figs. 18 – 20) REMAR[...]

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    57 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie TOUPILLAGE À L ’ AIDE DES GUIDES BISEAUT É S (Fig. 2[...]

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    58 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie R É GLAGE DE LA PROFONDEUR ET DE LA HAUTEUR DE LA COUPE [...]

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    59 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie COUPE EN BORD OU ASSEMBLAGE (Figs. 24 et 25) Pour un maxim[...]

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    60 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie COUPE EN BORD A VEC DES FRAISES DE TOUPIE NON-PILOT É E (F[...]

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    Fonctionnement de la table à toupie 61 COUPE EN BORD A VEC DES FRAISES DE TOUPIE À A V ANT -TRO[...]

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    Fonctionnement de la table à toupie 62 RAINURAGE, GOUGEAGE ET NERVURAGE (Figs. 30 et 31) ASSUREZ-[...]

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    63 Fonctionnement de la table à toupie FIG. 32 UTILISA TION D ’ UN GUIDE D ’ ONGLET (non fourn[...]

  • Page 64

    64 Contenido Area de trabajo Mantenga el área de trabajo limpia y bien iluminada. Las mesas desord[...]

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    65 No intente alcanzar demasiado lejos. Mantenga un apoyo de los pies y un equilibrio adecuados en t[...]

  • Page 66

    66 Las fresadoras están diseñadas para trabajar con madera, productos similares a la madera y plá[...]

  • Page 67

    67 Este símbolo indica que esta herramienta está catalogada por Underwriters Laboratories. Este [...]

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    68 Si es necesario un cable de extensión, se debe usar uno con conductores de tamaño adecuado que [...]

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    69 Lista de piezas 1 2 6 8 7 20 22 21 T abla de biselado 19 16 17 13 14 14 12 18 11 15 17 16 5 4 3[...]

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    70 Lista de piezas Clave No. Descripci ó n Cantidad SUJET ADORES (Para el ensamblado de la mesa d[...]

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    71 Lista de piezas (32) Llave hexagonal de 1/8 ″ (Llave Allen) (34) Perno de carruaje 1/4-20 x 1[...]

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    72 Montaje de la mesa de fresado HERRAMIENT AS NECESARIAS (no incluidas) • Destornillador de est[...]

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    Montaje de la mesa de fresado 73 UNA EL MONT AJE DEL INTERRUPT OR / F AJA A LA MESA DE FRESADO [...]

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    74 Montaje de la mesa de fresado C Ó MO ARMAR LA GU Í A C Ó MO ARMAR LA GU Í A (FIGS. 5 y 6) [...]

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    75 Montaje de la mesa de fresado HERRAMIENT AS NECESARIAS (no incluidas) • Llave Allen (32) (incl[...]

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    76 Montaje de la mesa de fresado DETERMINE EL M É T ODO DE MONT AJE A USAR (vea la tabla en la p [...]

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    77 Montaje de la mesa de fresado Marca de Modelo de Patr ó n de T ornillos Tipo de fresadora [...]

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    78 Montaje de la mesa de fresado INST ALACI Ó N FINAL DE LA PLACA DE MONT AJE DE LA FRESADORA [...]

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    79 Montaje de la mesa de fresado C Ó MO SUJET AR LA GU Í A A LA MESA (FIG. 12) 1. Desde la par[...]

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    80 Montaje de la mesa de fresado M É TODO 1 (FIG. 13) 1. Fije la mesa de fresado en una banca de [...]

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    81 Montaje de la mesa de fresado M É TODO AL TERNO (FIG. 15) 1. Corte una tabla de 18 1 ⁄ 4 ?[...]

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    82 Montaje de la mesa de fresado ORIFICIO 1 ″ (3) ORIFICIO 2 ″ (4) ORIFICIO 2 3 ⁄ 4 ?[...]

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    83 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado INSTRUCCIONES P ARA EL INTERRUPTOR REQUISITOS EL É CTRICOS U[...]

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    84 INFORMACI Ó N GENERAL El interruptor eléctrico está diseñado para uso con la mayoría de la[...]

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    85 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado OFF ON (RESET) OFF OFF A B C Con la llave de seguridad en s[...]

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    86 ANTES DE SEGUIR ADELANTE, CERCI Ó RESE DE QUE EL INTERRUPTOR EN LA FRESADORA EST É EN LA POS[...]

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    87 C Ó MO INST ALAR LA BROCA DE LA FRESADORA (CORT ADOR) Siempre cerci ó rese de que la fresado[...]

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    88 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado C Ó MO ARMAR LA LAS T ABLAS DE BISELADO (FIGS. 18 – 20)[...]

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    89 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado C Ó MO FRESAR UTILIZANDO T ABLAS DE BISELADO (FIG. 21) Las [...]

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    90 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado C Ó MO AJUST AR LA PROFUNDIDAD Y LA AL TURA DEL CORTE [...]

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    91 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado PIEZA DE TRABAJO CU Ñ AD E UNI Ó N FIG. 24 FIG. 25 CORTE [...]

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    92 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado CORTE DE LOS BORDES CON BROCAS DE FRESADO NO PILOTEADAS (FIGS[...]

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    Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado 93 CORTE DE LOS BORDES CON BROCAS DE FRESADO PILOTEADAS (FIGS. 2[...]

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    94 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado RANURAS, ACANALADURAS Y VET AS (FIGS. 30 y 31) SIEMPRE CER[...]

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    95 Operaci ó n de la mesa de fresado FIG. 32 C Ó MO UTILIZAR UN CALIBRADOR DE INGLETE (NO INCLUI[...]

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