Mitre-cutting of profile strips with a trimming saw
Set the saw as follows:
For wooden strips, the speed level should be set to position 6.
Secure both preset profile setting rails to the saw and set these to the 45° position. Use the precision angle to check whether the two stops form a 90° angle. If they do not, release the two fastening screws on the preset profile setting rails and set the 90° angle. Then retighten the two fastening screws. Now you can make perfect angled cuts.
Proceed as follows to mitre-cut a profile strip:
Place the profile strip on the first preset profile setting rail, switch the saw on and move the undertable trimming saw forwards.
Now mark the required length on the profile strip and place this against the preset profile setting rail on the other side in order to cut exactly along the line with the saw.
Repeat this process with all the required strips.
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