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hi,

I just purchased the edge guide for the dewalt 621 router. Unfortuntely, it does not contain any directions in the box on how to adjust the fence etc. It only has a picture of how it is attached to the router.

Where can I get info on how exactly to use the edge guide and make the adjustments needed? Has anyone used this edge guide? Do you like it?

thanks,
Dimitri
 

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Dimitri Guest said:
hi,

I just purchased the edge guide for the dewalt 621 router. Unfortuntely, it does not contain any directions in the box on how to adjust the fence etc. It only has a picture of how it is attached to the router.

Where can I get info on how exactly to use the edge guide and make the adjustments needed? Has anyone used this edge guide? Do you like it?

thanks,
Dimitri

I just received mine a couple of days ago for the DW618, but I have not had a chance to play with it yet so I cannot be of any help at this time. I will watch this tread for other replies you may receive. Mine did not come with instructions either and I was hoping it would be a no brainer, but now you have me concerned.. :eek:
 

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Dimitri, not having seen the edge guide I will try this on general principles. Most edge guides have an adjusting wheel for making fine adjustments. If yours doesn't have this feature then the adjustment is made by the mounting screws like an edge guide for a circular or jig saw.
 

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aniceone2hold said:
Dimitri, not having seen the edge guide I will try this on general principles. Most edge guides have an adjusting wheel for making fine adjustments. If yours doesn't have this feature then the adjustment is made by the mounting screws like an edge guide for a circular or jig saw.
Wish mine had a fine adjustment. I usually end up using a small hammer and doing a lot of testing. :mad:
 
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