Friday, December 9, 2022
Woodpeckers’ SteadyCurve is a revolutionary new band sawing instrument that physically directs you to leave precisely the proper amount of material for your router to tidy up while cutting curved objects. Following a pattern with a flush-trim router bit is typically a technique that woodworkers use as their go-to approach for any contoured project after they have mastered it. The procedure is streamlined by employing the same idea for the rough cut of the workpiece in Woodpecker’s new SteadyCurve Band Saw Template Guide. The band saw blade is held up to 1/4 inch away from the pattern by the template follower on SteadyCurve, which straddles your blade.
Exclusive SteadyCurve features:
All forms of commercially produced, plastic, MDF, or plywood templates are compatible with SteadyCurve. It will function with whatever attachment mechanism that you are currently using for your router. With the aid of this machine, contour tasks may be completed more quickly and smoothly, and the final products will be more accurate.
The SteadyCurve Band Saw Template Guide is precisely made and meticulously examined as are all Woodpeckers products, in the brand’s Strongsville, Ohio factory located south of Cleveland. SteadyCurve is being launched with discounted pre-production pricing. To save money and be among the first to use this ingenious new technology, place your order before December 12, 2022. March 2023 is the scheduled delivery date.
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