With nearly 30-Inch of sanding surface this jig is capable of doing bass necks/fretboards as well. the 28-1/2-Inch x 1-1/2-Inch aluminum base plate has a lot of room to mount a vacuum or clamping system which can hold either your fretboard or a complete neck for radiusing. For those who shape your own guitar necks or fretboards this radius sanding machine will ensure precision results. almost all guitar fretboards have a radius on them. as an example steel string guitars usually have a 12-Inch 14-Inch or 16-Inch radius across the fretboard. electric guitars range from 10-Inch to a compound radius that starts with a 10-Inch on the nut and ends with a 14-Inch radius on the pickup end. designed in america by our friends at merlin 5 this radius attachment was once specifically made to mount to a grizzly g1140 edge sander making it the first commercially to be had heavy-duty radius sander that may be capable of doing compound radii from 8-Inch to 16-Inch and the whole lot in between.
With nearly 30-Inch of sanding surface this jig is capable of doing bass necks/fret boards as well the 28-1/2-Inch x 1-1/2-Inch aluminum base plate ha
Powder coated paint; 16/8 amps; mechanical on/off switch; shielded and lubricated bearings; 4-Inch dust port; graphite coated platen measures 6-3/4-In
For those who shape your own guitar necks or fret boards this radius sanding machine will ensure precision results