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12/20/2017

Tooling Removes Burrs from Cross Holes

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Heule Tool introduces its COFA-X tooling, said to be the first tooling system for removing burrs consistently from interior uneven bore edges with large intersections

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Heule Tool introduces its COFA-X tooling, said to be the first tooling system for removing burrs consistently from interior uneven bore edges with large intersections, such as valves, fittings and hydraulic manifolds. The product is designed for completely eliminating secondary burrs from cross holes with an identical or nearly identical diameter crossing each other; bores which merge into one another; and crossing bores with offset centers. This design reduces costs and improves cycles times for operations that were previously only possible with manual deburring, according to the company.

The COFA-X system is effective on fittings, hydraulic manifolds and other components with a 1:1 ratio of holes and bore diameters of 4.0 mm or larger.

This tooling product is pre-assembled with spring-loaded blade geometry to allow either front or back cutting. COFA-X tools are fully customized and built for application-specific projects.

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