The company also offers straight and angled variable-speed, hand-held deburring tools. The angular design of models BEW 309 and BEW 605 is ideal for deburring bore holes in difficult-to-reach areas, such as slanted bore holes that must be deburred from the inside. The BEW 309 has a variable speed of 0-900 rpm; the BEW 605 has a variable speed of 0-500 rpm. Both models have a lever valve and a backward air exhaust direction. The Biax BE 309 straight drilling/deburring machine deburrs bore holes up to 5.5 mm and has a variable speed of 0-900 rpm. The tool has a push-start valve for easier handling.
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Although they’re more eager than ever to embrace robotic arms, manufacturers that don’t look beyond the machine tool risk missing out on opportunities to automate processes like deburring, cleaning and inspection.