EG100

Twin Blade Edger

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The EG100 twin-blade edger is designed to be an affordable solution for sawmillers to boost their productivity.

Two circular blades are provided standard, one is fixed, and the other adjustable. A removable board fence makes it easy to trim boards that already have one straight side.

The EG100 breaks down into a compact configuration for shipment.

EG100 EQUIPMENT

EG100 Engine

Main Electric Motor
7.5 kW electric motor is standard.

EG100 Manual blade adjustment

Manual blade adjustment
Easily and precisely adjust the distance between the blades to produce accurately-sized timber.

EG100 Hold-down rollers

Hold-down rollers
Infeed and outfeed rollers keep the boards straight during edging.

EG100 Two circular blades

Two circular blades

EG100 Metric scale

Metric scale

EG100 Video

SPECIFICATION

Power
Standard 7.5 kW Electric Motor
Optional 14 HP Gas Engine
Cutting Dimensions
Max. Feed Width 520 mm
Max. Cutting Width 300 mm
Min. Cutting Width 40 mm
Max. Cutting Thickness 50 mm
Feed Speed
Electric version Variable 0-14 m/min
Gas version 9 m/min
Blade
Circular Blade 250 mm
No. blades 2

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