New Rotabroach Fusion Annular Cutters

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Fusion™ Cutters: Image credit Hougen

Hougen Manufacturing (Flint, MI), inventor of the Rotabroach Annular Cutter adds a line of additional Rotabroach Cutters – Rotabroach Fusion Cutters.

The new cutters have patented Fusion groove innovation shanks for use in magnetic drills having one-touch tool-less arbors. This reduces setup times and further boosts the Rotabroach already superior productivity. The cutters also have two, 90 degree set screw flats to fit magnetic drills with standard arbors providing up to two times the tool life of tool-less systems.  Rotabroach annular cutters are also available with only flatted shanks for use in standard magnetic drills, drill presses, lathes and machining centers by using a spindle adapter.

The Rotabroach Fusion cutters are available in diameters from 12mm to 52mm, and 1” and 2” depth of cut. The cutters retain all the features of standard “12,000-series” Rotabroach Cutters that offer superior productivty in holemaking applications. They are made in the U.S.

In addition to the new Rotabroach Fusion Cutters, Hougen Manufacturing provides machine shops, fabricators, erection and installation crews, and maintenance personnel with a wide range of holemaking equipment, from lightweight ultra-low profile mag drills to large heavy duty production style magnetic drills. Other products offered include a wide assortment of magnetic drill accessories that broaden their application potential, plus a wide range of Rotabroach annular cutters, heavy-duty industrial annular cutters for machining applications, cutters for holemaking in sheet metal and plate, and Punch-Pro Electro-hydraulic Hole Punchers.

www.hougen.com
 
 

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