Bar Chamfer Tool Offers Flexibility
Winit Tool’s bar chamfer tool is said to reduce the labor and costs associated with traditional bar chamfer machines, including setup and tear down.
Winit Tool’s bar chamfer tool is said to reduce the labor and costs associated with traditional bar chamfer machines, including setup and tear down. The tool can be powered by a hand drill to effectively cut 45-degree chamfers on light metals and plastics. Models capable of chamfering up to 1.25" are available. The tool is designed as a flexible, low-cost alternative to fixed chamfer machines. According to the company, it is well-suited for use with Swiss-type CNC and other bar-feed lathes that require chamfered ends.
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