Lamello and Colonial Saw Introduce New Biscuit Joiner and Clamex Connectors for 2011
posted on December 1, 2011 by Woodworker's Journal
Lamello Zeta Dual Purpose Biscuit Joiner and Clamex P Connector Colonial Saw's Lamello Zeta Biscuit Jointer combines traditional biscuit jointing with a tool for creating profile grooves.

The Zeta dual-purpose biscuit joiner from Lamello, distributed in the U.S. by Colonial Saw, functions as both a traditional biscuit joiner and a tool for creating profile grooves for Lamello’s Clamex P connector system. Using a compact vertical mechanical drive — it’s the first handheld tool to have one — the Zeta cutter plunges to the maximum depth during the cutting process, then quickly moves up and down to create the profile groove, and finally moves back to the center position to complete the machining of the slot — where the Clamex P connector, made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic with a metal cam lever, is inserted by hand. Price for the Zeta was $1,400 and, for the Clamex connectors, starts at $52 for 18 pairs as of 2011.

posted on December 1, 2011 by Woodworker's Journal
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