7/20/2018

Tool Speeds Cross-Bore Deburring

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IMTS 2018: Heule Tool’s COFA deburring tool is designed to provide front and back deburring on even and uneven surfaces.

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Heule Precision Tool’s COFA deburring tool is designed to provide front and back deburring on even and uneven surfaces. It is intended to speed production and reduce costs on jobs that previously required manual deburring of hard-to-reach cross bores.

The tool is suitable for a range of machine materials and surfaces, including sloped bores, and a variety of applications, including forks, yokes, common rails, castings, tubes with cross bores and other workpieces with cross bores in main bores.

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