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Wooden Jogging Block [2-7/8" x 12"]

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Wooden jogging blocks are used with cutting machines to align paper properly before being cut. The solid wood design is heavy duty and firm, providing a perfect jog up against your cutter guides so you can get a clean 90° angle cut on your entire stack of paper. Much more accurate than using your hands, adding a jogging aid to your plant will also help keep your operators safe by keeping their hands and fingers further from the blade and cutting mechanisms. Wooden jog aid blocks have a rounded, horizontal handle that spans the entire width of the block, so you can grab it at any angle that is most comfortable and gives you the optimum results. Choose from several sizes to find the perfect option for your specific needs. When you buy a wooden jogging block online you can rest assured there will be no damage to your cutter, as they are made of solid wood and feature no screws or metal parts that could potentially scratch or damage your blade.

Qty/Pack : 1 Piece

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Jogging Aids keep your hands away from the blade of cutters, while jogging paper against the back gauge. The heavy duty straight edge provides a better squaring that using your hands. A Cutter Safety Jogging Aid is an easy way to ensure complete operator safety when using a cutter. They replace the need to jog and align paper and products with your hands, which would put fingers dangerously close to the blade. The all Wooden Safety Jogging Aid has no metal screws, so there is no need to worry about damaging the blade of your cutter when using a block aid.


Item # 05CHG278JA
Manufacturer Challenge Machinery
Manufacturer Part Number A-12608-2
Quantity 1 Piece
Size 2 ⅞" x 12"
Shipping Weight (lbs) 6

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