I grabbed a piece if wood. It happened to be plywood and punctured a couple of holes. Pretty cool.
The fence has two lockdowns and a knob to move the fence. The lockdowns are spring loaded so you have to tighten, lift then up and tighten them again. the knob allows some pretty fine movement.
Here’s one of the two the fence lockdowns:
Here’s the knob to move the fence:
There is a #4 allen screw used to lock the box around the bit and another one to lock down something else. You need one of these tools to work with this tool. Fortunately there are extra holes in the bit holder.
I did a very rough tenon on the table saw:
I cut a through mortise.
It fits pretty well, but I need to play with the positioning.
I don’t know how to square the box to the fence. It’s not clear to me.
I also don’t know how to get the box to cut at just the right position on the board (centered).
-- Doug - When all you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.