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Edgebanders with no Buffers3/25
I'm looking for a little advice. We've recently purchased a small Cehisa Pro-7 Edgebander to supplement the capacity on our Larger Brandt edgebander. It's small footprint allows it to sit right at the outfeed of our Nested router, which helps alot with flow.
Overall the Cehisa is a great little machine for thin PVC edging; but it doesn't have Buffers. To date, I've been hand scraping everything after it comes off to get a good finish.
We have a LARGE project in house, that I could really use the little bander on, if I can find a way to quickly clean up the edges after the bander. Is there any such thing as a stand alone buffing station? If not, I'm half tempted to make one. Something with a power feed, and two air drills powering the buffing wheels.
I'm hoping some of you have dealt with this situation before; any advice is appreciated!
I should have mentioned, the project I'm speaking of is 0.5mm PVC on melamine
Can you play with the tilt of the top and bottom trimmer and keep glue line to a minimum? That should do the trick.