Milwaukee Panel Saw
Revision as of 10:59, 5 June 2013 by Djscholl (Added discussion of correct rest position and updated owner)
|Milwaukee Panel Saw|
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|Name||Milwaukee Panel Saw|
|Make Model||Milwaukee Panel Saw Md. 6480 (Motor is Md. 6411)|
|Part Number||S/N 797A495300081 (Motor is S/N 795A495300079)|
|Storage Location||This item is located at the south end of the wood shop.|
|Documentation||* Owners Manual|
|Other References||* Milwaukee panel saw consumables are on this list: Wood Shop Consumables|
For sawing wooden sheet goods.
- Use with wooden sheet goods only, please!
- Severely warped sheets are not safe to cut.
- Return the saw to the top of its travel when you are finished. This insures that the saw blade will not be misaligned or bent when the next workpiece is loaded. It also helps extend the life of the return spring.
- Return the saw to the cross-cut position when you are finished. Only users over average height can reach the saw rotation pins at the top of the vertical saw travel. Users who are going to cross-cut will find the saw ready to use. Users who are going to rip-cut will need to lower the saw before loading the workpiece in order to set the rip height, and they can easily reach the rotation pins in this lowered position.