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Your best Mate when dealing with thick turrets

17-05-2010
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Sheetmetal machinery specialist Maxitec has released the Mate Rollerball Deburr tool, ideal for thick turrets and Trumpf style applications.

The equipment effectively eliminates one existing, time-consuming process in punching routines.

As the punching process frequently causes burrs on sheet metal parts, removing them requires secondary deburring operations that are either performed manually or use specialised equipment.

With Mate’s new Rollerball Deburr tool, operators can eliminate these costly secondary operations right at the punch press. Rollerball Deburr is available in both thick turret (B-Station) and Trumpf Style versions.

Mate’s Rollerball Deburr tool takes advantage of the manufacturer’s Rollerball technology, which uses the extended programming capabilities of presses that can operate in the x and y axis with the ram down.

Rollerball Deburr pushes the burr away and creates a radius on the side of the part.

Using a special ball in both the upper and lower part of the tool, every possible part contour can be processed — even small corners.

Mate Rollerball Deburr can be used with materials mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum materials.

Maxitec Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 8536 5800
www.maxitec.com.au

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