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6/4/2015

Deburring/Chamfering Tool Offers Adjustable Cutter Depths

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Heck Industries offers its Turbo-Burr handheld deburring/chamfering tool featuring a light construction.

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Heck Industries offers its Turbo-Burr handheld deburring/chamfering tool featuring a light construction. Weighing only 3 lbs, it offers the same features and benefits of the company’s heavier deburring tools. This tool’s carbide material removes burrs from sheared, plasma-cut or laser-cut edges. The tool can be used on a range of workpieces, from very thin materials to large blocks. Cutter depth is adjustable, ranging from light burr removal to 1/16-inch chamfers at speeds ranging to 10 fpm.

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