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Assemble your New Dust Boot

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Step 1: Inventory

To help me keep production high and provide boots to all... your package may come with one or more unassembled parts.

  • PwnCNC Dust Boot
    • Yellow Plastic Boot part
    • Long 1" Boot Brush
    • (3) M3x10mm Button Head Screws
    • Boot Acrylic part (circular piece)
    • Window Acrylic part (rectangular piece)
    • (2) Black Plastic Wings with embedded magnets
    • (4) M3x10mm Socket Head Screws
  • Detachable Face
    • Black Plastic Face part
    • Short 1" Face Brush
    • (2) M3x10mm Button Head Screws
    • Face Acrylic part (partial circle piece)

Proceed to the next step, or skip steps that have 

already been completed on the boot you received.

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Step 2: Install Boot Brush

  1. Firmly grasp the boot with one hand and the longer 1" brush with the other.  
  2. Slide the brush into the track and slide it all the way until it pokes out the other side.
  3. Trim the excess brush flush using a box-cutter.

Note:  The brush may be difficult to push once it starts rounding the rear corner, but keep at it as it will insert fully.

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Step 3: Attach Boot Acrylic

Locate your boot acrylic part, (3) M3x10 button head screws 

and the 2mm hex key.  

  1. Remove the protective paper from both sides of the acrylic.
  2. Position on the boot and screw in the three screws.

Note: The screws may be difficult to screw into place due to a bit of plastic within the threads of each heated insert.  This is on purpose... the plastic will help to secure the screw, 

similar to how locktite would. 

Tip: Using small impact driver on the lowest setting really helps to drive these specific screws into place without stripping them. 

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Step 4: Attach Window Acrylic

Locate the acrylic window and a small hammer.

  1. Remove the protective paper from both sides of the acrylic.
  2. Place the curved part against the curved opening on top of the yellow plastic boot.
  3. Very lightly tap the other end so it fully seats into position then push the acrylic into place.  
  4. Once it is in place, using a small screw driver, gently move the acrylic up so it fully seats.

Note: Be sure to gently tap the acrylic with a hammer as to much force could cause the acrylic to break.

Another Note:  Same goes for the screw driver and fully seating the acrylic,  gently do this as you don't want to break it.

Warning:  I'm told that some of the acrylic windows parts may have escaped my facility without the proper cleanup to allow them to fit easily.  Lightly take a small metal file where needed around perimeter and the window should fit as pictured.

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Step 5: Install Face Brush

Locate the black plastic face part and the shorter 1" brush.

  1. Slide the brush into the face's track until it is flush on one side.
  2. Using a box cutter, trim the excess material until it is flush.

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Step 6: Attach Face Acrylic

Locate the face acrylic, (2) M3x10 button screws, and 2mm hex key.

  1. Remove the protective paper from both sides of the acrylic.
  2. Position the acrylic into place, nestled next to the brush.
  3. Using the hex key, screw in both screws.

Note: The screws may be difficult to screw into place due to a bit of plastic within the threads of each heated insert.  This is on purpose... the plastic will help to secure the screw, 

similar to how locktite would.
Tip: Using small impact driver on the lowest setting really helps to drive these specific screws into place without stripping them. 

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Step 7: Attach Wings

Locate the two wing parts with embedded magnets, (4) M3x10 Socket head screws, and the 2.5mm hex key.

  1. Position one wing and screw in one of the screws. Do not over tighten as this may cause the brass inserts to loosen and fall out.
  2. Then screw in the other.  Both are required to properly secure the wing.
  3. Repeat for second wing on other side of boot.

Note:  Both wings should be secure and not move.  These wings can be adjusted forward/backward as needed to ensure the router and collet are perfectly centered with the acrylic opening in the center of the boot.

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CONGRATULATIONS

You have successfully assembled your new boot and ready to proceed to installing the bracketing system.