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Framer's Edge Elite 40" Professional Mat Cutter from Logan Graphics - 650-1
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Framer's Edge Elite 40" Professional Mat Cutter from Logan Graphics - 650-1

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Framer's Edge Elite 40" Professional Mat Cutter from Logan Graphics - 650-1

Part #: 650-1
Brand: Logan
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The Logan 650-1 40" Framers Edge Elite Mat Cutter is designed for serious volume artists and framers, the Logan Framers Edge series mat cutter is a heavy duty, high production mat cutter with dual purpose straight and bevel cutting head on a sturdy 3/4" MDF base. The movable production stop system allows for much faster repeat cuts than lower end machines which is crucial for saving time and overall accuracy. Includes two quick change squaring arms 9"(23cm) and 32" (81cm), super smooth ball bearing guided cutting head with 4 and 8 ply cutting ability plus start and stop indicator, adjustable production stops. All models include parallel mat guide with aluminum channels plus 10 extra blades. Plus FREE 96 page Home Picture Framing book. Replacement blade #269. Also accepts blade #268 for 8 ply mat board cutting. The Framers Edge series is for the serious volume artist or framer that has production repeat cuts to make and is ideal for an education environment with multiple users.

Product Details

  • 40" (101cm) Capacity
  • Heavy duty model for serious artists and framers
  • Includes 32" (81cm) scaled and 9" (23cm) non-scaled squaring arms
  • Improved cutting head with smooth ball bearing action
  • With parallel mat guide in aluminum channels
  • Hinged guide rail
  • Dual purpose bevel and straight cutting head with movable production stop
  • 84 page fully illustrated Home Picture Framing Book
  • Production level mat cutter for higher volume artists and framers
  • Includes 10 extra #269 blades and 5 #268 blades used for 8 ply cutting

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DemonstrationVideo

650-1 Framers Edge Elite Demo

Transcript: Included with the Framer’s Edge Elite mat cutter is a base board, a hinging guide rail, a dual purpose cutting head with bevel cutting on one side and straight on the other, a 32” squaring arm, a flush cut squaring arm, parallel mat guide with aluminum channels and machine screws, production stops, extra blades, and a Logan screwdriver. To install the aluminum channels, find the rounded end of each channel and insert that end first. Now flip the mat cover over and install the machine screws from the underside of the base board. To install the squaring arm, lift the guide rail and insert... Read More
Included with the Framer’s Edge Elite mat cutter is a base board, a hinging guide rail, a dual purpose cutting head with bevel cutting on one side and straight on the other, a 32” squaring arm, a flush cut squaring arm, parallel mat guide with aluminum channels and machine screws, production stops, extra blades, and a Logan screwdriver. To install the aluminum channels, find the rounded end of each channel and insert that end first. Now flip the mat cover over and install the machine screws from the underside of the base board. To install the squaring arm, lift the guide rail and insert the squaring arm from the right side of the base board. See that the straight cutter slot is aligned in the board and the squaring arm at the same time. Then use the screwdriver to tighten the clip. To install the parallel mat guide, see that bolt knobs are loosened and drop both sides into the aluminum channels at the same time. To install a blade into the straight cut blade holder, first loosen the blade knob then pull the pin to rotate the cutting head up. Insert one Logan 269 blade sharp side down into the blade holder and retighten the knob. To adjust the blade depth, reference the blade depth chart that coincides with the number on the blade depth knob. First loosen the blade knob and click the blade depth knob into position 1, 2, or 3. To install a blade on the bevel side, loosen the blade knob and insert one Logan 269 blade sharp side down and then retighten the knob. To adjust the bevel blade depth, first loosen the blade knob then use the blade depth screw on the back of the cutting head to increase or decrease the blade depth. Be sure to have the blade depth set so it barely passes through the mat board and only scores the slip sheet. To downsize a piece of mat board, first install the production stop onto the squaring arm. Lift the guide rail and remove the parallel mat guide. Insert the mat blank color side down, down against the squaring arm, and up against the production stop. Slide the cutting head past the end of the mat board, engage the straight cut blade, and pull straight back to make your cut. To bevel cut an opening, first set the mat guide to the boarder size needed, in this example, 3”. Always use a slip sheet when bevel cutting. Now insert a mat blank color side down up against the mat guide, and down against the squaring arm. Set the guide rail down and using a pencil, mark all four boarders on the back of the mat. To begin the cut, position the cutting head so the green arrow aligns with the top pencil line and insert the blade. Pull back until the red arrow stops at the bottom pencil line and retract the blade. Repeat this process for all remaining boarders. After the fourth cut, you will have a perfectly beveled mat. To bevel cut a mat using production stops, first set the parallel mat guide to the boarder size needed, in this example, 3”. Always use a slip sheet when bevel cutting. Insert the mat blank color side down up against the mat guide and down against the squaring arm. Then set down the guide rail. Set the bottom production stop to 3” and tighten in place. Now install the top production stop and set it at 3” and tighten in place. To begin the cut, position the cutting head so the tab of the production stop is on the edge of the mat board. rotate the blade in, release the tab, and cut back until you stop at the bottom production stop. Repeat this process for all remaining sides. After the fourth cut, you’ll have a perfectly beveled mat. Over time, the ride with the bevel cutting head may need adjustment. To adjust up and down movement, find the screw on the top of the cutting head. To adjust side to side movement, find the screw on the side of the cutting head.
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