Ryobi RE180PL1 Manuel de l'utilisateur

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Your new router has been engineered and manufactured to Ryobi's high standard for dependability, ease of operation,
and operator safety. Properly cared for, it will give you years of rugged, trouble-free performance.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, the user must read and understand the operator’s manual.
Thank you again for buying Ryobi tools.
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
ELECTRONIC PLUNGE ROUTER
RE180PL1
VARIABLE SPEED – DOUBLE INSULATED
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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Page 1 - OPERATOR'S MANUAL

Your new router has been engineered and manufactured to Ryobi's high standard for dependability, ease of operation,and operator safety. Properly

Page 2 - TABLE OF CONTENTS

10ADJUSTMENTSWARNING:Your router should never be connected to powersupply when you are assembling parts, making ad-justments, installing or removing c

Page 3 - GENERAL SAFETY RULES

11ADJUSTMENTSFig. 5Fig. 6TIP OF CUTTER TOUCHINGWORKPIECE = ZERO DEPTH OF CUTSTOP BARLOCK KNOBSCALEZERO RESETINDICATORWITH RED LINECUTTER INSIDE SUBBAS

Page 4 - SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES

12ADJUSTMENTS Lock plunge lock lever to position cutter at "zero"depth of cut. Adjust hex nuts until they come in contact with stopflange.

Page 5 - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

13EACH 90° ROTATION OF DEPTHSTOP KNOB EQUALS 1/64 in.(0.4 mm) CHANGE IN DEPTH OF CUTTO ADJUST DEPTH OF CUT USING OPTIONALDEPTH CONTROL KNOBSee Figure

Page 6 - APPLICATIONS

14ADJUSTMENTSWARNING:Always wear safetey goggles or safety glasses withside shields when using your router. Failure to do socould result in dust, shav

Page 7 - FEATURES

15SWITCHSee Figure 13.To turn the router ON, toggle the switch to the I position.To turn the router OFF, toggle the switch to the Oposition.CAUTION:We

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16OPERATIONFig. 16ROUTING BY FREEHANDSee Figure 16.When used freehand, your plunge router becomes aflexible and versatile tool. This flexibility makes

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17OPERATIONPILOTWORKWORKPILOT65181/4 in. to 1 in.(6.35 mm to 25.4 mm)743TOP EDGE SHAPINGWHOLE EDGE SHAPINGFig. 17Fig. 18GUIDE2PROPER CUTTING SEQUENCER

Page 10 - ADJUSTMENTS

18PROPER FEEDINGThe right feed is neither too fast nor too slow. It is the rateat which the bit is being advanced firmly and surely toproduce a contin

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19OPERATIONRATE OF FEEDIMPORTANT: The “secret” of professional routing andedge shaping lies in making a careful set-up for the cutand in selecting the

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2INTRODUCTION Introduction ...

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20OPERATIONDEPTH OF CUTAs previously mentioned, the depth of cut is importantbecause it affects the rate of feed that, in turn, affects thequality of

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21MAINTENANCEFig. 24BRUSHCAPBRUSHASSEMBLYBRUSHASSEMBLYBRUSHCAPLUBRICATIONAll of the bearings in this tool are lubricated with asufficient amount of hi

Page 15 - OPERATION

22MAINTENANCEPLUNGE LOCK LEVERSee Figures 25, 26, and 27.After extended use, the plunge lock may wear. If thishappens, you can easily adjust the lever

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23ACCESSORIESWARNING:When using a UL listed router table, large router bitsshould be used for edging only. Do not use routerbits that are larger in di

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OPERATOR'S MANUALELECTRONIC PLUNGE ROUTERRE180PL1VARIABLE SPEED – DOUBLE INSULATEDRYOBI TECHNOLOGIES INC.1428 Pearman Dairy Road Anderson, SC 296

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3GENERAL SAFETY RULESSAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSWARNING:Read and understand all instructions. Failure to fol-low all instructions listed below, may result

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4SPECIFIC SAFETY RULESHold tool by insulated gripping surfaces when performing an operation where the cutting tool may contacthidden wiring or its cor

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5Important: Some of the following symbols may be used on your tool. Please study them and learn their meaning.Proper interpretation of these symbols w

Page 21 - MAINTENANCE

6SPECIFICATIONSUNPACKINGAPPLICATIONSUse your router only for the purposes listed below: Routing grooves, shaping edges, freehand designs, etc. in woo

Page 22 - HELPFUL HINTS

7HEAVY DUTY MOTORYour router has a powerful 10 amp motor with sufficientpower to handle tough routing jobs. It delivers 2horsepower for heavy duty per

Page 23 - ACCESSORIES

8FEATURESOPERATIONFRONT VIEW OF ROUTERFig. 1CHIP SHIELDSPINDLE LOCKACCU-STOPTMMICRO-ADJUSTABLE DEPTH STOPSTOP BARLOCK KNOBZERO RESETINDICATORSCALEHAND

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9FEATURESREAR VIEW OF ROUTERFig. 2PLUNGE LOCKLEVERCOLLET NUTHEX NUT(S)ROUTER BASE151615/16 in. (23.8 mm) WRENCHSUBBASEWARNING:Do not attempt to modify

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