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Catalog Number: 43PB123335

  • For Use On CNC Machines
  • Position 1 (Profile B)
  • Alternative to Using 90 Degree Mitre

  • Larger Surface Area for Adhesive and a Sharper Edge so Less Need to Chamfer

  • These CRL ADI Tilt Wheels allow a CNC machine to create the 45 degree mitre needed for built up edges that would normally have to be done on a bridge saw.

    CRL 90 Degree Built Up Edge Tool 20 mm Position 2


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    Catalog Number:43PB123335
    Also Available in These Catalogs:
    ES12 Stone Tools and Accessories, PAGE 121E
    EUR This item is currently only available in Europe and surrounding areas, PAGE EUR
    Dimensions:120 (D) x 35 Bore
    RPM Min-Max:800-1200
    Feeding Speed U/min
    Stock Removal:
    To Shape
    Ship Via:Can Ship UPS

    The main benefits of using these tools instead of the bridge saw are as follows:

    Accuracy - The CNC will cut straight and accurately, unlike a bridge saw which can sometimes run off course due to the blades' natural flex.

    Less Chipping - Bridge saw blades tend to chip the material, especially some granites. These tools will give a much better finish with very little chipping which means only a very small chamfer is required when the pieces have been assembled. Bigger chamfers that are often needed following a bridge saw cut will expose the joint line, therefore creating a less professional finish.

    NOTE: RPM and feeding Speeds are for guidance purposes only.

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