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Regent Stone Now Offers Rye Corp Prism Miter Saw

Posted on 19 June 2017 by cradmin

Regent RYECORPMITERSAWRegent Stone announced that it is now offering the Prism Miter Saw from Rye Corp. The Prism was recently added to its lineup of durable, dependable and easy to use machines for the stone industry. The Prism is made in America and is designed to make 45 degree miter cuts for granite, marble, engineered stone, quartz and quartzite stone countertops up to 4cm thick with head adjustment from 42 to 48 degrees.

The Prism Miter Saw features: a workable cutting length of 12 ft. (3658 mm) using liner recirculating ball bearing; variable speed drive and 10hp saw motor with amp gauge; 11 adjustable pneumatic hold down cylinders to secure workpiece during cutting; an innovative “Air Float” system that floats the workpiece during positioning; automatic water on/off when the saw motor runs; a table made from ¼ in. thick steel plate with sides broke for insured uniformed straight surface; and an optional variable speed blade.

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Omni Cubed Offers Miter-It Lamination Clamp

Posted on 13 July 2015 by cradmin

Miter It up lamination clamp from Omni CubedOmni Cubed offers the Miter-It™ clamp, a jig that allows fabricators to keep their eyes on the seam for finished-side-up miter laminations. Mitering without flipping the stone reduces risk of worker injury and damage to the material. The jig securely holds pieces in place at 90 degrees, eliminating the need for extra workers to position the material. The combination of the clamp’s weight and non-marking, non-skid contact surface hold the clamp and miter piece in place during lamination. This simple, yet innovative design minimizes maintenance and reduces the number of awkward adjustments, reports the company. The clamp also features a baked-on powder coat finish with durable steel construction, and can accommodate laminated edges of 1.5 to 6 in.

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