- One button leveling: just load the saw, close the door and
press one button (not available in metric).
- Three stages of factory set engagements for each plate
thickness apply the correct pressure for small, medium and severe bumps. The head filer
can quickly override these digital settings at any time: there are no mechanical stops to
get out of adjustment.
- Saws "float" on the centering hub. The eye does not
distort the flatness of the saw plate as can happen when the saw eye is clamped.
- Levels closer to the eye than any other machine. The leveling
rolls reach inside the large diameter of #3 and larger splined arbor saws.
- Works imperfections as small as .0006" (six tenths
of a thousandth of an inch).
- Inspects and levels 100% of the saw plate in two passes. Other
machines often skip over half the saw surface, working a few concentric rings across the
saw, trying to achieve the same speed as Armstrong.
- Operator can select a one button "map and attack"
option to work the biggest bumps first before automatically continuing to regular leveling
- Built in memory recalls exactly how the head filer wants the
saw to be leveled and stores those settings for up to six different saws to minimize
set-up when switching from one saw type to another. Because just the right amount of
pressure is applied to each saw type, every saw is leveled perfectly.
- Color graph stores the results of up to three passes so the
operator can see the improvements made to the saw.
- Vertical orientation eliminates the effects of gravity for a
more perfectly leveled saw.