Practical advice

The width of cut varies depending on the saw blade used.

Protect saw blades against shock and impact.

Guide the power tool evenly, pushing it gently in the cutting direction in order to achieve a high cut quality. Applying too much pressure will significantly reduce the service life of application tools and can damage the power tool.

The sawing performance and the quality of the cut essentially depend on the condition and the tooth shape of the saw blade. This is why you should only use sharp saw blades that are suitable for the material being machined.

Choosing the right saw blade depends on the wood type, wood quality and whether cuts with or against the grain are required.

Making cuts in spruce with the grain produces long, spiral-shaped chips.

Beech and oak dust is especially detrimental to health. Therefore, work only with dust extraction.

The parallel guide (33) allows you to make precise cuts along the edge of a workpiece and cut strips with the same dimensions.

Fit the parallel guide (33) to the power tool using the fastening screw (8).

Adjust the parallel guide (33) to the desired cutting width.

For working on large workpieces or for cutting straight edges, you can securely fasten a board or rail to the workpiece as an auxiliary guide. The circular saw can be guided along the path of this auxiliary guide with the base plate.

First mount the dust extraction adapter (30) with extraction hose (31) and then the parallel guide (33).

Note: Use only the intended screws to fix the parallel guide (33) and the dust extraction adapter (30).