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TITAN Manual Board Edger

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The TITAN Manual Board Edger is designed to offer a twofold solution to small and medium-sized sawmills. This robust machine edges material up to 1.575 in (40mm) thick at high speeds, making it the ideal companion to the TITAN Resaws. It can also be run at slower feed speeds to rip material up to 4-1/4 in (107mm) thick, making it an affordable alternative to a Gangsaw. Consequently, this TITAN product is a truly versatile machine.

This machine’s primary function is to edge boards received from a resaw or a QVS (quad vertical saw). The wide arbor can be packed with multiple blades. By aligning the incoming board accordingly, it is possible to achieve a multitude of product sizes, simply and affordably.

Whichever its intended use, this versatile machine is incredibly robust and easy to maintain. An affordable, hardworking solution for any mill!



  • Quick and easy maintenance due to bolt in sub-assemblies

  • Variable feed speed, up to 425 ft/min (130 m/min)

  • Can rip boards up to 4-1/4" (107mm) thick

  • Can be used as gang edger

  • Heavy duty modular rollers


Model T-ELE640
Throat width  25-3/16" (640mm) (max material width) 
Min material thickness .472" (12mm)
Max material thickness 4-1/4" (107mm)
Blade diameter 14-3/4" (375mm)
Blade kerf  0.118" - 0.197" (3-5mm) (Material dependent)
Main saw motors 40.2HP (30kW)
Feed motor & gearbox 4HP (3kW)
Feed speed 425 ft/min (0 - 130m/min) Electronic variable feed speed control
Hold downs  Driven, large diameter and high traction
Optional extras Laser lines for board alignment
In and outfeed roller tables
TITAN Manual Board Edger Line Drawing
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