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Give up the hot iron! Hot air produces a better adhered banding by heating the glue, not the banding.

Now you can apply pre-glued wood veneer, melamine and polyester edge banding and it stays perfectly glued the first time! You know how the edges of ironed-on banding will lift. That's because it can't cool fast enough. Not with this machine! Now you only heat the glue, not the banding or the board!

When the hot glue contacts the board material, it begins cooling on contact producing perfectly glued banding. Electronic variable heat control from 100 degrees to 600 degrees C. Built-in cut-off knife and long table make this tool easy to use. Apply banding to straight or shaped edge board by removing the outfeed fence and letting the roller do all the work. Application pressure on the roller is controlled by the operator.

Guides are completely adjustable and will handle materials as wide as 2-1/4".

The industrial heat gun is removable for hand held use.

For use with pre-glued wood veneer, melamine and polyester edge banding.

Banding not included. Click here for banding.

I'm sure you've purchased new woodworking machines before so you know that the factory never has them ready to run out of the box. We always need to assemble them and adjust them to work just  the way we work. The edge bander is no different. Although it requires very little assembly, the banding guides may need slight adjusting so the banding runs true to the edge of your material. The instructions included with the machine are good to read but somehow they never tell us the secrets that we wish they would tell so I''ve made a simple sheet that describes how I made my bander run perfectly in my shop. Click here.

Shipping Note:
Due to the heavier weight of this product, the regula
r shipping rates do not apply.

If you live in Canada, the shipping will likely be in the neighbourhood of $25 to $40.

If you live in the United States, we will need to get a quote for shipping (anywhere between $30 - $70) so we ask you please call us 1-800-387-5716. Also, Custom charges (approx $30 - $60) will apply and we will require your IRS# (Social Security Number) for Customs. When we asked why your IRS# is required for orders $200+, we were told "US Import Requirements - The US Customs Service does not require an importer to have license or permit. Customs entry forms do ask for your importer number, or if your business is not registered with the IRS or you do not have a business, your social security number."

Shipping charges will be added to your invoice when your order is processed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call 1-800-387-5716 or click here to use our Contact Us form.