Edger attachment released

Braxton-Bragg LLC has announced the arrival of the Eagle Edger Jr. attachment for the Blue Ripper Jr. rail saw. This tool gives any owner of a Blue Ripper Jr. manufactured after January 2009 the opportunity to have a mini-linear edge machine. Indicator marks are scribed at both 45 degrees and 0 degrees, but the unit is capable of being positioned at any angle between 46 degrees forward and 46 degrees back. The operator will be able to cut a perfect beveled edge or even a bevel-miter lamination edge. With the included 90 degrees extension and snail lock adapter, fabricators can grind and polish a virtually flawless edge at 90 degrees for an amazing flat profile. The extension is also capable of going up to 91 degrees for those who prefer to polish their seams. A snaillock adapter is included, which can be used with the spindle to polish a 45-degree or 30-degree bevel. Standard 7/8-inch bore router bits can be mounted to the spindle to grind perfect straight profiles without the need for a bearing. You can also tilt the router bit to get edge profiles that no router can even approximate. ? (800) 575-4401 ? www.braxton-bragg.com

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