Swenson Shear’s SnapTable PRO Is Equipped to Notch, Slit and Hem up to 60-inch Offsets for Hip-valley Roofing Cuts

The new SnapTable PRO from Swenson Shear, Ceres, Calif., adjusts to accommodate panels between 12 and 24 inches.

The new SnapTable PRO from Swenson Shear, Ceres, Calif., adjusts to accommodate panels between 12 and 24 inches.

The new SnapTable PRO from Swenson Shear, Ceres, Calif., adjusts to accommodate panels between 12 and 24 inches. It is equipped to notch, slit and hem up to 60-inch offsets for hip-valley roofing cuts. The SnapTable PRO is the newest addition to Swenson Shear’s collection and was added to increase the capability to slit and hem up to 60 inches for any commercial, industrial or residential job site.

The SnapTable PRO is an all-in-one panel preparation system for standing-seam metal roofing. It was designed and is manufactured in the U.S. The product saves an average of 35 percent in labor costs.

SnapTable PRO was designed for light to 20-gauge metal, including Corten 1 inch; 1 1/2-inch nail strip; 1-, 1 1/2-, 1 3/4-inch SnapLock; 1-, 1 1/2-, 2-inch mechanical seam; Zip-Rib; and many more options.

It is available with a hydraulic notching system, optional cover and optional trailer.

SnapTable PRO comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty.

“We wanted to remove limitations from panel preparations,” explains Jonathan Dravecky with Swenson Shear. “With the SnapTable PRO, our metal roof contractors can achieve any angle for any standing-seam panel up to 24 inches. And our trailer option eases transportation to and from the job site.”

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