The spring angles are fixed at forty-five degrees, these specific back cuts set the installed height at 6-13/32" tall with a projection of 6-5/16" wide. Read our commentary about axial constant positioning for crown bevels, the article will help you dial this profile in axially on the first try when milling this detail provided the machine is axially calibrated. Five high points in the design were intentionally positioned on the same level plane, this specific design feature will assure excellent hold down conditions while milling the detail on an industrial moulder, providing the pressure shoe is parallel to the machine's bed plates.
For knife quoting purposes use the calculator below, we have added only the important measurements, just determine the cutters you need. A brief detailed explanation on how to use the calculator is located here. Need some assistance with the dimensions? Print a copy of our fraction - decimal - millimeter chart, place it on the moulder to help operators save time and increase accuracy during machine setup.
Width = 9.000" / Depth of Cut = .937" (top knives).
Thickness = 1.500" / Depth of Cut = 1.136" (right blades) & 1.203" (left cutters).
Note: If you’re experiencing trouble printing to Full Scale, Go to File, Print Preview. Change the “Shrink to Fit” option to 100%