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Boa-M – Case Clamp

The BOA-M is a manually operated Case Clamp designed to clamp cabinet boxes, drawer boxes and case goods that have been doweled together.

The dowel construction process is proven to produce more boxes per hour per employee than any other process. The case clamp is an integral part of this process. The Pillar Machine BOA-M98 is designed to meet medium to large production needs while maintaining the flexibility for a large variety of sizes. While parts are setting up in the clamp, additional hardware, drawer slides and doors can be installed.

The interwoven pressure beam design is faster than pod style clamping systems. Constant and even force is applied through both beams evenly to force the box into a square location while the glue on the dowels is cured.

Ultimately the case clamps speeds up production, eliminates the need to post laminate finished ends and ensures all your boxes are clamped square.

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Product Description

The Boa-M performs the following functions:


  • Case Clamping

Standard Features:


  • Opening Height Capacity: 11″ x 60″
  • Opening Depth Capacity: 28″
  • Opening Width Capacity: 9″ x 98″
  • High Precision Bearings and Rails
  • Power Requirement: 120 Volts, Single Phase, 10 amps

Advantages of The Boa:


  • Easy-to-use Manual Operation
  • Heavy Frame Construction

Boa-M in Action


Options:


  • Rear Cage Guarding
  • Automatic Oiler System
Note: Standard features, options and information may change with or without prior notice.

MADE IN THE USA


All Pillar Machine Machines are built 100% at our Salt Lake City Factory.

The benefits of purchasing an American made machine extend far beyond simply supporting the “local” economy.

Additional benefits include.

  • Parts are all sourced from Vendors in North America.
  • This increases parts availability & and assures honest pricing.
  • Real Factory Support
  • When technical assistance is required you can often talk directly to the people that built, wired and tested your machine.

Made in the USA

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