When fabricating, few things a more satisfying than a clean edge or a consistent chamfer. Even more so when that perfect chamfer takes less than 30 seconds to achieve. Introducing the SWAG Chamfer table. The Chamfer Table may not look like much, but it has become an indispensable tool in our shop. The table allows you to mount a pneumatic chamfering tool flush with the top of the large flat table. This gives you ample support and control as you break the edges on even the most complex parts.
Made in the USA out of domestic steel, the chamfer table is formed out of 3/16" plate so it won't sag, ever when you're working with a heavy piece.
NOTE: We do not sell the Pneumatic Chamfering Tool or replacement carbide inserts!
Both the tool and the carbide inserts are readily available on Amazon. We buy ours from this supplier:
If you want to add a ball valve like we did, all you need is a this one from Harbor Freight:
Very well built table. Generous material thickness makes for a stable platform. Adding ability to uniformly chamfer smaller parts appreciably improves appearance of fabrication projects. Just like the Swag portable tables have become ubiquitous in all levels of fabrication shops, I expect these chamfer tables to become equally indispensable.
Works as good as you could imagine. I modified my tool to get a deeper bevel, up to .130. I only wish they would run the plate they make it from on one of their own chamfer tables as the edges were sharper than I’d like. I sanded them some, no biggie.
quick and easy to use. does an excellent job
Ok so I have used chamfering tools before by hand. This little table is a game changer for control. While even by hand I can get pretty good results, with the table I not only have cleaner results with fewer needs for touch ups or second passes, and it's much faster. I only have it clamped to my table, but plan on making a cart that I can move around the shop and use both the chamfering tool and my Swag Offroad bandsaw table.
Awesome tool. Puts a nice chamfer on parts giving them a "machined / routed" high end look. Takes off the sharp corners. I cut parts on a plasma table, knock off the dross, then run them thru the chamfer table. It takes the parts to another level aesthetically, and its quick. Get one!