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Bora 100'' NGX Clamping Straight Edge Guide

Arrow straight guidance for full 8' rip cuts—all clamping adjustments are on one end; no need to walk or reach to the other.

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65950
$99.99 Kit
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When you need straight cuts fast and fuss-free, choose the Bora NGX Straight Edge System. It's the perfect tool for breaking down large sheet goods like plywood, MDF and particleboard. With all clamping adjustments on one end of the guide, there's no need to walk around to the other side to close the clamp. Simply lay the Clamp Edge across your board, line it up with your cut, and clamp it down. Easy-to-use tools are tools you'll reach for again and again. Set it, clamp it and cut it.

Features:

  • No more fumbling with clamp adjustments on opposite ends of the straight edge—all clamp adjustments are connected to the handle
  • Robust clamping for a secure grip that won't slip
  • Extrusion slots are sized for standard 1/4''-20 bolt, perfect for creating your own shop built fixtures
  • Made of heavy-gauge, rigid aluminum for extreme durability
  • 100'' capacity can rip a full 4' x 8' sheet of plywood
  • Use with circular saws, jigsaws and routers—works with the Rockler Perfect Fit Dado Jig (#59385, sold separately)
  • Purchase the NGX Saw Plate (#62201, sold separately) to transform your circular saw into a precision track saw
  • For an easy way to square the guide to the edge of your material, see the optional T-Square Attachment (#63584)

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More Information
Brand Bora Portamate
Manufacturer Part Number 67463, 65476
Weight 4.500000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Rigid extruded aluminum
  • Maximum Cutting Length: 50''

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