The Cinch carbide insert chamfering tool from Fitz-Rite Products uses a square ANSI standard insert and is available in 60-, 82-, 90- and 120- degree included angles. The compact, rigid design enables the user to chamfer holes with diameters as small as 1/4" while using the high rpms and feed rates.
Also available in the double-angle configuration, the tool can be used to chamfer both the top and the bottom of holes with diameters as small as 21/32". All of the tools use the same insert, which eliminates the need for multiple insert inventories.
Standard tool shanks are 5/8" in diameter, made of hardened and ground alloy.
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