-- Edgemate Euro-Miter jig will create a 45 degree seam on an inside corner curving to the left or right and continues in a straight line to the back of the countertop
-- The Euro-Miter System has adjustable fences to change the length of the 45 degree line for larger profiled edges
-- The temeplates can also be adjusted for an inside corner that is greater or less than 90 degrees
-- Use the long straight edge of the templates and create an invisible seam on a straight countertop
The turn of the leadscrew on Bandit's pivoting arm with the rotating collar changes the distance between the drum and the template.
Each full turn of this leadscew will move the drum less than 1/32". This fine adjustment will allow you to run finer grit abrasives guided by the template.
The operator cleaning up a sink hole has a clear view of the dots on the rotating collar. The rotating collar will not start turning until it makes contact to the template. So when the collar starts to rotate, the operator has removed enough stone
Adjust this set screw and you can slightly pitch the drum so it cuts a slight bevel on the stone edges. This bevel will allow the very top of the two stone pieces to make contact first and creates a slight gap below for the glue when the pieces are pulled together.