A board edger is a device with saws used to straighten and smooth rough lumber or bowed stock by making a cut along the sides of the boards. The result of this process is dimensional lumber. In a saw mill the edger is next in line from the head saw. The feed and press rollers on the edger are usually powered, passing the lumber through the machine. The length of feed and tables depends upon the lumber produced by the head saw.
- Powered by a 75-hp TEFC electric motor
- Accepts flitches as large as 36 inches wide by 4 inches thick
- Board Length: 4 ft. minimum; 24 ft. maximum
- Edging Cut Width: Fixed width(s). Minimum of ½ inch; maximum of 36 inches