Using the Logan L300 Studio Picture Frame Joiner

 

Using the Logan L300 Studio Picture Frame Joiner

A quick description on how to use the Logan Studio Joiner. For those that can't turn up your speakers, here is a transcription:

Use the levelers to hold up the end of the molding. Simply spin them to the proper height. Adjust the beam height by lining up the depth gauge with the vice posts. Loosen the lever assembly knobs and adjust the beam so the depth gauge lightly touches the vice post. Tighten the knobs, being sure not to over tighten. Slide the corner of the vice under the magnetic tip. Now load the v-nail by aligning it around the magnetic tip. Be sure the beveled sharp edge of the nail is facing down. Space the v-nail one quarter inch from the inside or outside corner. Using the lever, press the v-nail down flush into the corner.

To load the v-nails insert them with the sharp edge up onto the retractable pins as shown. Decide wether to drive one or two v-nails. With some hardwoods, only one v-nail can be pressed at a time. Slide the v-nail blocks back under the vice until it stops. Finally, to insert the nails lower the lever placing the pressure foot onto the moldings. Then press the lever down completely until the vice clamp bottoms onto the v-nail block. Making a quick, firm pull on the lever will drive the v-nails faster and more accurately. To remove the joined molding, raise the lever. Press the vice down and hold in place by tightening the thumb screw. Press the quick release button and remove.

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