Carbide Indexable-Insert Chamfering Tool

 The Cinch carbide insert chamfering tool uses a square ANSI standard insert and is available in 60-, 82-, 90- and 120-degree included angles. The compact, rigid design enables users to chamfer holes as small as 7/32″ diameter while utilizing the higher rpm and feed rates available on today’s machines. The tool is also available in a double angle configuration which enables chamfering both the top and bottom of holes as small as 21/32″ diameter.

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The Cinch carbide insert chamfering tool uses a square ANSI standard insert and is available in 60-, 82-, 90- and 120-degree included angles. The compact, rigid design enables users to chamfer holes as small as 7/32″ diameter while utilizing the higher rpm and feed rates available on today’s machines.

The tool is also available in a double angle configuration which enables chamfering both the top and bottom of holes as small as 21/32″ diameter. All the tools utilize the same insert, eliminating the need for multiple insert inventories. Each tool includes an extra insert screw and comes on 5/8″ diameter, hardened and ground alloy shank.

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