1/3/2018

X-Bore Series is Used for Automated Deburring of Cross Bores

Originally titled 'Series is Used for Automated Deburring of Cross Bores'
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Heule’s X-Bore series has four chip making tool versions for the automated precision deburring of cross bores: the COFA, COFA-X, the SNAP-X main bore tool and the cross bore deburring tool.   

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Heule Tool Corporation’s X-Bore series has four chip making tool versions for the automated precision deburring of cross bores: the COFA, COFA-X, main bore tool and cross bore deburring tool.   

The COFA allows for deburring of cross bores by removing burrs on the front and back of a drilled through-hole on even and uneven surfaces in a single cycle and radially removes the burrs without requiring the workpiece to be turned or the spindle to be stopped, the company says. According to the company, the COFA-X system handles three types of bores: those with an identical or nearly identical diameter crossing each other; bores which merge into one another; and crossing bores with offset centers. 

The SNAP-X main bore tool deburrs cross bores that allows several cross bores to be machined right at the burr base and is effective on shafts and drive train components with intersecting cross holes, the company says. The cross bore deburring tool (CBD) deburrs oil bores by penetrating the cross bore and deburring the bore intersection. 

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