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BM16 Morticer
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Product Code: BM16

BM16 Morticer

A cast iron bench mounted morticer with sliding table. The BM16 table is finely ground cast iron and moves smoothly and effortlessly front to back and side to side on machined dovetail slides. To ensure accuracy, the slides are fully adjustable using the easily accessible gib strips.

An important feature of the table is the heavy and solid clamp, the likes of which are usually only seen on more industrial machines, which holds workpieces extremely securely ensuring no movement during operation. The clamp is also repositionable, allowing a wide range of timber sizes to be accommodated.
Movement of the chisel is similarly
smooth and accurate, with a gas strut and dovetail slides, which also feature adjustable gib strips, allowing cuts  to be made with ease and precision.

To further increase accuracy and speed of use, the BM16 also features sideways movement stops as well as vertical movement stops. These stops allow the depth and width of mortices to be set in order to achieve consistent results over and over.
 
BM16 Specifications:
Table size: 180 x 157mm
Table height: 125mm
Maximum drill depth: 70mm
Maximum workpiece height:
120mm
Maximum workpiece depth: 125mm
Chisel capacity: 6 -16mm
Maximum Chisel Stroke: 130mm
Chuck Capacity: 13mm
Motor:
1/2 hp.
 
TitleEx. VATInc. VATQtyBuy
BM16 Morticer£232.50£279.00
Accessories
1" Chisel & Bit£79.90
1/2" Chisel & Bit£19.90
1/4" Chisel & Bit£19.90
3/4" Chisel & Bit£36.90
3/8" Chisel & Bit£19.90
5/16" Chisel & Bit£19.90



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