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Morso F foot-operated guillotine cuts double mitres at 45° in wood and polymer mouldings up to app 100mm wide and 160mm tall.
• Very sharp blades leave the mitre cut faces of the wood or polymer perfectly smooth and accurate, requiring no further preparation before joining. Twin return springs automatically return the blades to starting position.
• The blades are moved in and out with the black knob. This allows users to bite through the moulding in small steps. Making multiple cuts with the very last taking off just a shaving ensures perfect joins.
• Tip - when new, remove the little pin with a yellow tag on it. Nothing much happens until you do that.
• The carefully designed sliding longitudinal stop and measuring scales system makes it easy to set the rebate length while allowing for the different widths of moulding. This speeds accurate repeat working.
• Morso F needs no compressed air nor electric supply, and creates no noise or dust. Offcuts slide down chute at rear for collection.
• Moulding waste is minimized as the Morso F cuts double mitres very close, with app 1mm waste between moulding pieces.
• Micro-adjustable rebate supports prevent the rebate lip from cracking when the blades slice through the moulding. Maximum rebate height is 38mm. Extenders are available.
• Supplied with acrylic finger guards and a box guard to give good safety protection.
• Design is the result of continuous refinement over 50 years of production by Dan-List a/s in Denmark.
• Lion offer a high quality, high precision blade sharpening service. We also stock many spare parts.
Width: max 100mm
Height: max 160mm
Rebate height: max 38mm
Morso F De-Luxe has a 1525mm angled printed scale.
When planning your workshop, be aware that the Morso F is app 2150mm / 84” wide overall. Allowing for the length of mouldings, you’ll need a space app 4m/13’ long.
A new Morso F is packed in a big, wooden case weighing 100kg. Often, it will arrive on a truck at tailgate height. We have known of delivery drivers who simply push it off when no-one is looking so that it drops onto the pavement. Carriers terms are ‘kerbside delivery only’. To minimise delivery problems:
• Be on site to personally supervise unloading. If possible, get a forklift to unload it. If not make sure that there are at least two big strong people to help unload it. Have some kind of cushion, such as an old tyre to lower it onto.
• Never sign for it until you have carefully checked the condition. If in any doubt at all, sign it as ‘Damaged’, with brief details. If you sign for it as ‘OK’ and it is not, then you are liable if it turns out to be damaged; you will have no claim on the carrier or on Lion.
When you open the crate, you will find the machine coated in protective grease. This can be removed with white spirit and cloths, but do take great care when working around the very sharp blades. An old fashioned dish mop on a wooden stick can be very handy.
Lion Framing Equipment Service
Lion carry a huge stock of spares for most makes of framing equipment in their Birmingham warehouse. And if we don’t have a part, we can usually get it.
Our Technical Sales Manager is Jack Siwinski. Contact him on 0121 773 1230, ext 230 or email@example.com and he will always do his best to help you with your enquiries or problems.
In the field we work closely with several framing equipment technicians. In the North of England, contact Mark Thornton, who is based near Huddersfield. His mob is 07980 303 715 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Scotland, try Brian Clark, 07923 628505 or email@example.com.
For contact details of other technicians who may be nearer you, please talk to Jack.
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