1/25/2019

Heule Tools Automates Process

Originally titled 'Deburring Tool Automates Process'
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PMTS 2019: Heule’s deburring tool is designed to provide both front and back deburring on even and uneven surfaces.

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Heule’s Cofa deburring tool is designed to provide both front and back deburring on even and uneven surfaces. The tool is especially useful for speeding up production and reducing costs on jobs that required manual deburring of hard-to-reach cross bores. 

As part of the company’s X-Bores line of specialized cross bore deburring solutions, this is a standard tool that is said to solve production problems for manufacturers interested in automating their cross bore deburring process. Because it is said to be especially useful for ranges of machine materials and surfaces (including sloped bores), the tool is a solution for applications including forks, yokes, common rails, castings, tubes with cross bores and other work pieces with cross bores in main bores. 

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