The 580 is identical to the 580-02 except for the motor shaft sizes and nameplate colors so the manual covers both.
There are SEAMLESS belts available now, available from zimbyoproducts.com. These have gotten good feedback to me from quite a few people. Personally, I haven't used them because I converted my saw to use O-rings for drive years ago when there weren't any belts available. The owner's name is Pete Wells. Please provide feedback about your experience with them. I understand he sells blades, too. A link to him is on my site at www.theaerosmith.com
For more about the saw, where to buy blades, belts, etc, look under The Mighty Dremel Table Saw at www.theaerosmith.com
Carbides blades are a HUGE improvement to the saw; be certain to get them if you don't get anything else for yours. MicroMark has them, expensive, but very fine. Harbor Freight just discontinued selling ones I've recommended for years and years at far less and every bit as good.
Since Harbor Freight just discontinued theirs, very disappointing, I searched and searched, and found a source here in the US that has just excellent blades. You have to buy them in large quantity, so I decided I'd buy them and make them available one at at time to people who contact me about the manual I give away.. They're imported as are MM and HF (I WISH I could find US made...) but these are EXCELLENT, better than either the MicroMark or Harbor Freight blades at half the cost of the MM blades. Drop me a note for details or go to www.theaerosmith.com
February 2012: I just added a new page, DREMEL ACCESSORIES. On it there are several items being made by Bill Wilson, a retired machinist in Florida. The stuff is really nice and quite reasonably priced. The miter gage and rip fence are HUGE improvements over the stock stuff. The vacuum dust shield is a big improvement to the machine, too. Be sure to check that page...get these things before he stops making them...it's just a hobby for him, and lucky for us that he's making the stuff available.