Combination Spline and Flat Roller Tool

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CRL K7NFR40 Combination Spline and Flat Roller Tool

Item #: K7NFR40 by CR Laurence

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  • Smooth Out Glazing Vinyl or Shade Screen
  • Finished Contoured Wood Handle
  • 2" (50.8 mm) Wide Roller for Smoothing Flat Spline and 2" x 1/8" Spline Roller

Concave Edge Roller (Thickness x Diameter)

1/8" x 2" (3.2 x 50.8 mm)

Flat Roller (Width x Diameter)

1-3/4" x 2" (44.5 x 50.8 mm)

Roller Profile

Concave, Flat

Material - Handle

Wood

Wheel Diameter

2, 2

Wheel Thickness

1/8, 1-3/4

Nylon Wheel

Yes

CRL Combination Spline and Flat Roller Tool is used to smooth out flat spline or to insert glazing vinyl prior to insertion in the frame. It comes with riveted to a steel yoke, and mounted to a contour-grip, finished wood handle. Helpful Tip for Rolling Fiberglass Screens: Before rolling your spline (with screen wire), into the bottom of the spline groove on the first pass, use this Steel Flat Edge Roller Tool to first seat the spline into the top of the spline groove. Once you have the completed the entire frame, go back and use your Concave Edge Roller to finish inserting the spline with screen wire. This method helps to eliminate some of the hourglass bow-in of the frame caused by rolling the screen too tightly into the frame. DS 07/08/2016

From Manufacturer

The rollers on this combination CRL Nylon Flat Edge Roller and Spline Tool are riveted to a steel yoke, and mounted to a contour-grip, finished wood handle. Use it to smooth out flat spline or to insert glazing vinyl prior to insertion in the frame.
Helpful Tip for Rolling Fiberglass Screens: Before rolling your spline (with screen wire), into the bottom of the spline groove on the first pass, use this Steel Flat Edge Roller Tool to first seat the spline into the top of the spline groove. Once you have the completed the entire frame, go back and use your Concave Edge Roller to finish inserting the spline with screen wire. This method helps to eliminate some of the hourglass bow-in of the frame caused by rolling the screen too tightly into the frame.